Seminars

2008

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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/17
4:30 PM
Ken Crozier
Harvard
The Optical Antenna: A Versatile Structure for Nanophotonics
1/24
4:30 PM
Miron Abramovici
DAFCA
A Reconfigurable Infrastructure Platform for SoCs and Its Many Applications
1/31
4:30 PM
Steven Klepper
CMU
Nano-economics and the Growth of Regions
February
2/5
2:30 PM
Dwight L. Woolard
U.S. Army Research Office
Advanced Architectures for THz Detection of Biological Agents
2/7
4:30 PM
Virgil Gilgor
CMU
Handling New Adversaries in Wireless Ad-hoc Networks
2/14
4:30 PM
Massoud Pedram
USC
Coarse Grain Power Gating in ASIC Designs Applications
2/21
4:30 PM
Vivek Goyal
MIT
Source Coding for Permutation-Invariant Computation
2/28
4:30 PM
Jacob Abraham
UT-Austin
Enabling Systems on a Chip to Test Themselves
March
3/3
12:30 PM
Tamer Basar
UIUC
Sensing, Control and Decision Making with Limited Actions
3/6
4:30 PM
Krishnendu Chakrabarty
Duke
Automated Design of Digital Microfluidic Lab-on-Chip: Connecting Biochemistry to Electronics CAD Computation
3/20
4:30 PM
Metin Sitti
CMU
Miniature Mobile Robots Down to Micron Scale
3/27
4:30 PM
Mustafa Khammash
UC-Santa Barbara
Gene Regulation in a Noisy Environment
April
4/3
4:30 PM
Edward Lee
UC-Berkeley
Is Truly Real-Time Computing Becoming Unachievable?
4/10
4:30 PM
Balaji Prabhakar
Stanford
Counter Braids: A Novel Counter Architecture
4/15
2:00 PM
José Vieira
University of Aviero
Compressed Sensing and Digital Fountains
4/17
4:30 PM
Stephen Wicker
Cornell
Conflicting Agendas – Advanced Sensing Systems and the Right to Privacy
4/24
4:30 PM
Richard Murray
Caltech
Information Dynamics for Networked Feedback Systems
May
5/1
4:30 PM
Ritesh Agarawal
University of Pennsylvania
Nanowire Optoelectronics and Electronic Memory
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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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September
9/11
4:30 PM
Massimo Franceschetti
UC-San Diego
Information-Theoretic and Physical Limits On The Capacity Scaling Of Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks
9/18
4:30 PM
L. Jay Guo
University of Michigan
Nanoimprint Technology and its Applications in Organic Solar Cells and Photonic Resonator Sensors
9/19
3:00 PM
Amit K. Roy Chowdhury
UC-Riverside
From Single Images To Camera Networks: Modeling and Inference Strategies
9/25
4:30 PM
Farhan Rana
Cornell
Integrated Terahertz Oscillators: From Graphene Nanoelectronics To Vacuum Microelectronics
October
10/2
4:30 PM
David Greve
CMU
Staying Honest: An experimentalist looks at fraud and self-deception
10/9
4:30 PM
Brian Evans
UT-Austin
Mitigating Computer Platform Radio Frequency Interference in Embedded Wireless Receivers
10/16
4:30 PM
Marija Ilic
CMU
The Key Role of Network Systems Engineering in Meeting the Energy and Environment Dream
10/23
4:30 PM
Nick Rizzo
Everspin Technologies
New Spintronic Devices: Toggle MRAM, Spin Torque MRAM, Nano-oscillators, and beyond!
10/30
4:30 PM
Xiaoming Huo
Georgia Tech
Using Reweighting to Improve L1-Based Methods in Sparse Representation
November
11/6
4:30 PM
Miron Livny
University of Wisconsin
Condor - A Project and a System
11/13
4:30 PM
Bassam Bamieh
UC Santa Barbara
Fundamental Limitations in the Dynamics of Vehicular Formations: Local versus Global Feedback
11/20
4:30 PM
Zygmunt Haas
Cornell
On Networking in the "Final Frontier"
December
12/4
4:30 PM
Laurent El Ghaoui
UC Berkeley
Robustness and Regularization: An Optimization Perspective
12/18
4:30 PM
Joshua Griffin
Georgia Institute of Technology
Multipath Fading for Backscatter RFID: Theory and Mesaurements

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