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Colloquium on Computer Systems




Learn about cutting edge research in the design, implementation, analysis and use of computer systems from industry leaders. Topics range from integrated circuits to operating systems and programming language. Gain firsthand knowledge of important present and future opportunities as well as challenges in the computer systems field.

Topics Include

  • Cryptography
  • Device physics
  • Integrated circuits
  • Optimization
  • Computer security


Dennis Allison, Lecturer, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Andy Freeman, Lecturer, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Individuals who wish to view the seminar at no charge are asked to create a mystanfordconnection account. Once you have created an account, you will be able to access videos via mystanfordconnection. Make sure you have Silverlight 1.0 or Windows Media Player 9+ installed to view videos. Seminars are available two hours after the lecture occurs on campus and on-demand for the remainder of the quarter. All seminars can be found in the "Current Courses" section of mystanfordconnection.



Graduate seminars may be viewed online at no charge. Students seeking credit for a 1-unit seminar need to enroll in another course in order to meet the 3-credit unit enrollment requirement.

Certificates and Degrees

Course Preview

We highly recommend watching the course preview to ensure you have the requisite background and understand the scope of material covered.

Tuition & Fees

For course tuition, reduced tuition (SCPD member companies and United States Armed forces), and fees, please click Tuition & Fees.

Enrollment Options

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EE380 - 081 Summer 2013-14 Available

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Day Date Time Location
Mon   Jun 23 to Aug 18, 2014 12:00PM to 1:00PM PT Online

Non Degree Option
Note: Enrolling in this course for credit under the Non Degree Option requires an approved application. If you do not already have an approved application on record, the application will be presented to you as part of the checkout process. If your application is denied, tuition and fees for the course will be refunded.

Textbooks/Course Materials
Students enrolled in a graduate course for credit are required to complete homework assignments, projects, and take exams as required of all students during the 10-week quarter. Information regarding textbooks and materials is usually covered in the first lecture and may also be found on the course Web site.

Units: 1

Dennis Allison

Tuition Option(s):
For Credit (member) $1,120.00 ?
For Credit $1,320.00 ?
Audit (member) $995.00 ?
Audit $1,150.00 ?