Seminars

2011

Jump to:  January · February · March · April

Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/20
4:30 PM
Bruno Sinopoli
CMU
Secure Control of Cyber-Physical Systems
1/27
4:30 PM
Joseph Giampapa
Software Engineering Institute
Overview and Challenges of Human-Collaborative Autonomous Systems
February
2/3
4:30 PM
Daniel Opila
Converteam Naval Systems
Stochastic Optimal Control of Hybrid Electrical Vehicles
2/10
4:30 PM
Luis Miguel Silveira
IST - Technical University of Lisbon
Exploiting Parallelism for Improved Automation in Model Order Reduction
2/17
4:30 PM
Marios Savvides
CMU
Advancements in Unconstrained Biometric Identification
2/24
4:30 PM
Tariq Samad
Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions
Technology Developments and R&D Challenges for Smart Grid Applications in Homes, Buildings and Industry
March
3/3
4:30 PM
Gregory Durgin
Georgia Tech
Wireless Without Batteries: Purely Passive Microwave Tags and Sensors
3/17
4:30 PM
Nicholas Hatsopoulos
University of Chicago
Exploiting multiple sensory modalites for brain machine control
3/24
4:30 PM
Doug Carmean
Intel Labs
Improving Permeability in System Architecture
3/31
4:30 PM
Sani Nassif
IBM
The Light at the End of the CMOS Tunnel
April
4/7
4:30 PM
Nikil Dutt
UC Irvine
Towards Reverse Engineering the Brain: Modeling Abstractions and Simulation Frameworks
4/21
4:30 PM
Jo´┐Żo Hespanha
UC Santa Barbara
Modeling and Analysis using Stochastic Hybrid Systems
4/28
4:30 PM
Xinyan Tracy Cui
University of Pittsburgh
Improving Neural Implant Biocompatibility via Biomimetic Design
4/29
12:30 PM
Michael Kishinevsky
Intel
Synchronous elastic systems and their extension for modeling and validation of communication fabrics
Jump to:  June

Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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June
6/20
12:00 PM
Vladimir Stojanovic
MIT
Building Modern Integrated Systems: A Cross-cut Approach (The Electrical, The Optical and The Mechanical)
Jump to:  September · October · November · December

Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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September
9/1
4:30 PM
Ian Dobson
University of Wisconsin
Voltages Across an Area of a Network and Synchrophasor Monitoring of Power Systems
9/8
4:30 PM
Frank Liu
IBM Research, Austin
Efficient Dynamic Simulation for Large Scale River Networks
9/15
4:30 PM
Anthony Rowe
CMU
Wireless Sensor Networks for Building Energy Management
9/22
4:30 PM
Jennifer Michaels
Georgia Tech
Signal Processing and Imaging with Ultrasonic Guided Waves: Application to Structural Health Monitoring
9/29
4:30 PM
Mark Allen
Georgia Tech
Micromachined Endovascularly-Implantable Wireless Medical Microsystems
9/30
12:00 PM
Hitoshi Kubota
Spintronics Research Center
Experimental Study on Spin-Torque Oscillators and Diodes
October
10/6
4:30 PM
Ed Schlesinger
CMU
A View of ECE
10/13
4:30 PM
Alejandro Dominguez-Garcia
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Reliability Engineering for Electrical Energy Systems 2020: Smart Grid Applications and Beyond
10/20
4:30 PM
Samu Taulu
Elekta Oy
The Signal Space Separation Method for Magnetoencephalography: Theory and Applications
10/27
4:30 PM
Richard Vuduc
Georgia Tech
Balance principles for algorithm-architecture co-design
November
11/3
4:30 PM
Paris Smaragdis
UIUC
"Exemplary" Machine Listening
11/10
4:30 PM
Michael Flynn
University of Michigan
New design techniques for analog-digital interfaces
11/17
4:30 PM
Kathleen Carley
CMU
Human-Cyber Networks: Performance, social Media, and the Arab Spring
December
12/1
4:30 PM
Linda Milor
Georgia Tech
Digital IC Wearout Modeling, Detection, and Compensation

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