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ECS 235B, Winter 2022; Lecture #22; February 25, 2022

Lecture February 25, 2022 of ECS 235B, Foundations of Computer and Information Security

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A Day in the Life of GGNB: Rochelle Werner

Rochelle Werner is a 5th year PhD candidate in the Stewart lab.

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ECS 235A Fall Quarter 2021, Lecture 24, November 17, 2021

This is the video of the twenty-fourth lecture. It's crude as I made it from my laptop, as the room has no video recording. Looks like it worked; I hope it did!

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SAS004 09 Climate Update 2021

This is a supplementary video for the climate change presentation that updates the topic with additional developments between 2013 (AR5 assessment) and 2021 (AR6 assessment). The facts form the main…

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Forum 53 | Dr. Brian Soucek | Academic Freedom: Dangers and Distractions

November 1, 2021 | UC Davis, Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center Brian Soucek, Professor of Law & Chancellor's Fellow, University of California, Davis A constitutional law scholar and outgoing…

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Career Resilience Webinar - Modernize Your Resume 3.1.2021

Having an up-to-date, modern resume is a key factor in feeling prepared to pursue new career opportunities when they present themselves, or when you want to find them. This workshop will help you…

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Career Resilience Webinar - Accomplishment Statements as Success Stories 3.3.2021

Developing accomplishment statements as success stories is an opportunity for you to share your achievements in a clear, concise, and compelling way. Whether on your resume, during an interview, or…

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CEE Graduate Student Workshop - Developing a Diversity Statement for Academic Job Applications

This Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) workshop took place on August 4, 2021: In recent years, diversity statements have become prerequisites for many positions on the academic job market.…

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CEE Graduate Student Workshop - Developing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications

This Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) workshop took place on July 23, 2021:Why do you teach? How do you teach? How do you measure your effectiveness? Most academic job applications require…

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ECS 220 6c:7.2-3 Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem (soundness)

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ECS 220 6c:7.2-2 From undecidable problems to unprovable truths

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ECS 220 5b:6.6-4 two lemmas and full proof of Ladner_s theorem

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ECS 220 2b:4.3-4 logical structure of NP and coNP

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ECS 235B, Winter 2021; Lecture #23; March 1, 2021

Foundations of Computer and Information Security. This covers compile-time (static) and execution-time (dynamic) information flow analysis. The class starts at 2:55 into the video.

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ECS 235B, Winter 2021; Lecture #22; February 26, 2021

Foundations of Computer and Information Security. This covers non-transitive and non-lattice policies, and part of compiler information flow certification. The class starts at 6:15 into the video.

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