Seminars

2006

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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/26
4:00 PM
Arthur Davidson
CMU
Patents: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – A Critical Look at Intellectual Property in the United States
February
2/2
4:00 PM
Michael Schulte
University of Wisconsin
A Low-Power Multithreaded Processor For Wireless Communication Systems
2/9
4:00 PM
Pramod Varshney
Syracuse University
Signal Detection in Sensor Networks
2/16
4:00 PM
Dawn Song
CMU
Sting: An Automatic Defense System Against Zero-day Worm Attacks
2/23
4:00 PM
Mark Lunstrom
Purdue University
Nanoscale Transistors: The Ultimate MOSFET and Beyond
March
3/2
4:00 PM
P.R. Kumar
UIUC
Towards a Third Generation of Control Systems
3/9
4:00 PM
Alan V. Oppenheim
MIT
One Plus One Can Equal Three (Or Whatever Else You Want It To Be)
3/23
4:00 PM
Asit Dan
IBM
Building Scalable Distributed Systems Using Service Level Agreements
3/30
4:00 PM
Karl F. Bohringer
University of Wasington
Programmable Self-Assembly at the Micro and Nano-scale
April
4/6
4:00 PM
David Perreault
MIT
In Search of Powerful Circuits: Developments in Very High Frequency Power Conversion
4/13
4:00 PM
Hamid Gharavi
NIST
Ad-Hoc Network Systems and Applications
4/20
12:00 PM
Roger T. Howe
Stanford University
MEMS 2025
May
5/4
4:00 PM
Trevor Mudge
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Software Defined Radio: A High Performance Embedded Challenge
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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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September
9/7
4:30 PM
T.E. (Ed) Schlesinger
CMU/ECE
State of ECE
9/14
4:30 PM
David Ricketts
CMU/ECE
New Directions in High-Speed Electronics: Electrical Soliton Modelocking & Nanowire Flexible Circuits
9/21
4:30 PM
Dave Parlour
Xilinx
An Actor/dataflow Programming Model for Platform FPGAs
9/28
4:30 PM
M. Kaveh
University of Minnesota
Exploiting Space-Time Channels and Cooperative Transceivers for Wirelss Localization and Communication
October
10/5
4:30 PM
David Brooks
Harvard
Architectural Approaches to Technology-Driven Computer Design
10/12
4:30 PM
Kaushik Roy
Purdue University
Process-Tolerant Low-Power Design for the Nano-meter Regime
10/13
10:00 AM
Frederick Dill
Hitachi
Patterning at Nanoscale
10/19
4:30 PM
Nalini K. Ratha
IBM
Large Scale Biometrics Identification: Issues and Challenges
10/26
4:30 PM
William "Red" Whittaker
CMU
Racing for the Future
November
11/2
4:30 PM
Dave Rutledge
Caltech
Stability of Switching Power Amplifiers
11/9
4:30 PM
Rama Chellappa
University of Maryland
Pattern Recognition in Video
11/16
4:30 PM
Klara Narhstedt
UIUC
Cross-Layer Adaptation for Quality-Aware and Energy-Efficient Next Generation Mobile Multimedia Devices
December
12/7
4:30 PM
Joerg Henkel
Karlsruhe University
The RISPP Approach for Designing Extensible Embedded Processors
12/14
4:30 PM
Antonis Kalis
University of Patras
Extending the Capacity Limits of Wireless Communications Using a Single Transceiver

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