Seminars

2010

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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/14
4:30 PM
David Brumley
CMU
Analysis and Defense of Vulnerabilities in Binary Code
1/28
4:30 PM
Sean McCoy
CMU
Carbon Capture and Sequestration: A Review of the Technology and Barriers to its Large Scale Deployment
February
2/4
4:30 PM
Peter Kinget
Columbia
Designing Analog and RF Circuits in Nanoscale CMOS Technologies: Scale the Supply, Reduce the Area and Use Digital Gates
2/11
4:30 PM
Karl Johansson
KTH
Wireless Control Systems
2/18
4:30 PM
Sakis Meliopoulos
Georgia Tech
The Smart Grid and Power Engineering Education
2/25
4:30 PM
Joel Emer
Intel
An Evolution of General Purpose Processing: Reconfigurable Logic Computing
March
3/4
3:00 PM
Rafaat Mansour
University of Waterloo
RF MEMS Applications in Communication Systems
3/4
4:30 PM
Eric Johnson
UNC-Charlotte
Applications and Engineering of Three-Dimensional Optics
3/18
4:30 PM
Joel Dawson
MIT
Digitally Assisted Architectures for the Next Generation of RF Transceivers
3/25
4:30 PM
Janak Patel
UIUC
CMOS Process Variations: A "Critical Operation Point" Hypothesis
April
4/1
4:30 PM
Yi Luo
CMU
High-Efficiency Nano-Structured Conducting Polymer Solar Cells
4/8
4:30 PM
Martin Wong
UIUC
Design for Manufacturing
4/22
4:30 PM
David Allstot
University of Washington
RF Power Amplification in CMOS
4/29
4:30 PM
Ulf Schlichtmann
Technical University of Munich
Aging of ICs: Considering it During Design in a Smarter Fashion
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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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August
8/26
4:30 PM
Massimo Alioto
UC Berkeley
Ultra-low power logic circuits: from voltage-mode to current-mode
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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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September
9/2
4:30 PM
Mario Bergés
CMU
Towards Energy-Aware Facilities: Inferring Appliance-Level Consumption
9/9
4:30 PM
Panganamala Kumar
UIUC
Cyberphysical Systems
9/16
4:30 PM
K.-T. Tim Cheng
UC Santa Barbara
Test's Changing Role in the Late-Silicon Era
9/23
4:30 PM
Joy Zhang
CMU
ProbIN: Probabilistic Inertial Navigation
9/30
4:30 PM
Bin He
University of Minnesota
Spatio-temporal Functional Neuroimaging of Brain Activity
October
10/7
4:30 PM
Chuck Thacker
Microsoft Research
RARE: Rethinking Architectural Research and Education
10/14
4:30 PM
David Brady
Duke University
Terapixel Imaging
10/21
4:30 PM
Bipin Rajendran
IBM
Phase Change Memory -- Panacea or Pipedream?
10/28
4:30 PM
Thomas Moscibroda
Microsoft Research
White Spaces and Other Frontiers in Wireless Networking
November
11/4
4:30 PM
Ramesh Harjani
University of Minnesota
Injection Locking Techniques for Wired & Wireless Communication
11/11
4:30 PM
Karl Johansson
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Wireless Networking and Control: Theoretical Challenges and Emerging Applications
11/18
4:30 PM
Massood Tabib-Azar
University of Utah
Nanofabrication of SERS and SET Devices Using Atomic Force Microscope and Field-Assisted CVD
December
12/2
4:30 PM
Kenneth O
University of Texas
Diodes in CMOS for Millimeter and Sub-millimeter Wave Circuits
12/3
12:00 PM
Ken Shepard
Columbia
CMOS++: Integrated Circuit Design for Life Science Applications

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