Colloquium and Televised Talk Viewing Options
UW CSE Colloquia feature accessible talks by leading computer scientists and computer engineers from the University of Washington, the region, the nation, and the world.
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CSE Colloquiuia normally take place Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. in EE-105 on the University of Washington campus. The public is invited. (The annual Distinguished Lecturer Series meets at different times and/or places.)
Most of our colloquia, and our Distinguished Lecturer Series are streamed live, and may be accessed using the links below. Colloquia are typically Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. Pacific time.
- Standard Stream (1.5 Mbps) Windows Media, Silverlight 2.0, Silverlight 1.0
- Lower Bandwidth Stream (768 Kbps) Windows Media, Silverlight 2.0, Silverlight 1.0
MPEG-4 stream: The stream may be viewed using the VideoLAN player (vlc) available from http://www.videolan.org.
To view the MPEG-4 stream, select 'Open Network Stream' and enter the following: http://videosrv6.cs.washington.edu:8088.
Our colloquia archives are hosted in partnership with:
We also have a selection of courses available for on-demand viewing.
Most CSE Colloquia are videotaped. Those that are most suitable for a broad audience are cablecast on UWTV (Cable Channel 27 in the greater Seattle area, Channel 18 in the Wenatchee Valley, and Channel 16 in Spokane (weekends only)) at 10:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, with repeats throughout the week.Cablecast on UWTV typically follows the live talk by several months.