UW CSE Videos

Advanced Internet Systems, CSE454, Fall 2015 YouTube
CSE454 group discussion UW CSE 454 – Advanced Internet Systems is a capstone project course in which students build a next-generation search engine. The class incorporates a fair amount of machine learning and natural language processing algorithms, with a particular focus on information extraction. Student projects sought to answer the following question: How do we read natural language text and extract structured information like you might find in a relational database that would support high level advanced search capabilities?
UW CSE Hour of Code 2015, December 2015 YouTube
screen shot from Hour of Code tutorial UW CSE organized a series of activities on campus during Computer Science Education Week 2015 to promote participation in the Hour of Code, an annual event organized by Code.org to inspire people of all ages to try computer programming. More than 400 people from the extended UW family -- including students, their friends and relatives, and even UW President Ana Mari Cauce -- participated in CSE's Hour of Code festivities throughout the week.
Animation Capstone Overview, CSE460, Spring 2015 HTML5 MP4 YouTube
Fish Out of Water In this year long series of capstone courses, students design and create a short animated film using a diverse set of interdisciplinary skills. From the skills learned in each course, students learn about story development and technical testing. After the foundation and pre-production phases are completed, students move on to production, followed by polish and post. We try to accomplish in one academic year what would take two to three years in industry.
UW CSE Graduation Ceremony 2015, June 2015 HTML5 MP4
CSE logo UW CSE's graduation ceremony, June 2015.
Advanced Internet Systems, CSE 454, Winter 2015 MP4 YouTube
Advanced Internet Systems capston

Just as the Internet evolves quickly, each Advanced Internet Systems capstone is a bit different. This year the course covers crowdsourcing and social computing in addition to Internet search, focused on information extraction. The majority of the time is spent on small group projects that each team chooses.

Sound Capstone, CSE481, Winter 2015 MP4 YouTube
Sound Capston Sound capstone students build projects by utilizing computer audio techniques for human interfacing, sound recording and playback, encoding and decoding, synchronization, sound synthesis, recognition, and analysis and resynthesis. Here are some of the projects students created.
I Am CSE: Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman, Winter 2015 MP4 Captioned MP4 YouTube
Ira Kemelmacher-Shilzerman describes illumination-aware age progression software I Am CSE is a series of short videos, featuring a UW CSE graduate student, postdoc, or faculty member discussing his or her cutting-edge research. In this video, UW CSE professor Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman talks about illumination-aware age progression software, which automatically renders images of a child's face at multiple ages throughout his/her lifetime.
I Am CSE: Kyle Rector, Winter 2015 MP4 Captioned MP4 YouTube
Kyle Rector demonstrates eye-free yoga I Am CSE is a series of short videos, featuring a UW CSE graduate student, postdoc, or faculty member discussing his or her cutting-edge research. In this video, UW CSE graduate student Kyle Rector discusses eyes-free yoga, a system that uses Microsoft Kinect software to track body movements and offer auditory feedback in real time to people who are blind or low vision.
I Am CSE: Irene Zhang, Winter 2015 MP4 Captioned MP4 YouTube
I Am CSE is a series of short videos, featuring a UW CSE graduate student, postdoc, or faculty member discussing his or her cutting-edge research. In this video, UW CSE graduate student Irene Zhang talks about Agate, a new trusted distributed runtime system that gives users control over how mobile/cloud applications share sensitive user data collected on mobile devices.
I Am CSE: Simon Peter, Winter 2015 MP4 Captioned MP4 YouTube
screen shot of Arrakis I Am CSE is a series of short videos, featuring a UW CSE graduate student, postdoc, or faculty member discussing his or her cutting-edge research. In this video, UW CSE postdoc Simon Peter talks about Arrakis, the award-winning operating system that is designed to make the most of the latest trends in applications and devices by removing barriers between increasingly sophisticated apps and the hardware on which they run.

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