Seminars

2012

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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/26
4:30 PM
Lorrie Cranor
CMU
Designing Secure Systems That People Can Use
February
2/2
4:30 PM
Danilo Erricolo
University of Illinois at Chicago
RF Tomography and its Application to Underground Imaging
2/9
4:30 PM
Konrad Kording
Northwestern University
Moore's Law in Neuroscience
2/16
4:30 PM
Georges Gielen
KU Leuven
Designing Low-Power Analog/Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits in An Uncertain World
2/23
4:30 PM
Marija Ilic
CMU
Engineering IT-Enabled Sustainable Electricity Services: The Case of Low-Cost-Green Azores Islands
March
3/1
4:30 PM
Puneet Gupta
UCLA
Looking "Up" for Technology Scaling
3/5
4:30 PM
Marilyn Wolf
Georgia Tech
Thoughts on Cyber-Physical Systems at Small and Large Scales
3/8
4:30 PM
Vincent Poor
Princeton
Physical Layer Security in Wireless Networks
3/22
4:30 PM
Shawn Kelly
CMU
Visual Prostheses for the Blind
3/29
4:30 PM
Jim Thorp
Virginia Tech
Synchrophasors and the Enlightened Grid
April
4/5
4:30 PM
Daniel van der Weide
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Analysis of Complex Modulation in Fiber
4/12
4:30 PM
John Lygeros
ETH, Zurich
Cyber-security of SCADA systems: A case study on Automatic Generation Control
4/26
4:30 PM
Xun Gong
University of Central Florida
Low-Cost Phased Array and Reflectarray Antennas
May
5/3
4:30 PM
Ali Sayed
UCLA
Information Flow Over Networks
October
10/4
4:30 PM
Duncan Callaway
Berkeley
Quantifying and lowering the cost of fast demand response resources for renewable integration
10/11
4:30 PM
Bryan Parno
Microsoft Research
TBD
10/16
4:30 PM
Gil Alterovitz
Center for Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
Biomolecular Reconfigurable Signal Processing via Intrinsically Disordered Proteins: From Biomedical to Engineering Systems Applications
10/16
4:30 PM
Peter Norvig
Director of Research, Google, Inc.
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data
    10/18
    4:30 PM
    Petros Boufounos
    Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
    TBD
      10/25
      4:30 PM
      Boris Defourny
      Princeton
      New computational techniques for the stochastic unit commitment problem
      November
      11/1
      4:30 PM
      (CANCELLED) Oskar Painter
      Caltech
      The light, and sound, fantastic: optics at the nanoscale
      11/8
      4:30 PM
      Amit Lal
      Cornell
      Microsystems Engineering for a Greener World
      11/15
      4:30 PM
      Eilyan Bitar
      Cornell
      Smart Grid Data Integrity Attacks: Characterizations & Countermeasures
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      Date
      Time
      Lecturer
      Affiliation
      Topic
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      July
      7/17
      2:00 PM
      Joao Barros
      University of Porto, Portugal
      End-User Centric Research for Smarter and Safer Cities
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      Time
      Lecturer
      Affiliation
      Topic
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      September
      9/6
      4:30 PM
      Matt Reynolds
      Duke University
      Ultra-light Wireless: Radically rethinking radios to peer into the minds of insects in flight
      9/13
      4:30 PM
      Peter Gilgunn
      CMU
      Engineering Biointerfaces
      9/20
      4:30 PM
      Gian Piazza
      CMU
      Piezoelectric MEMS Resonators for Programmable RF Front-Ends
      9/27
      4:30 PM
      Ed Schlesinger
      David Edward Schramm Professor and Head of ECE CMU
      State of ECE
      October
      10/4
      4:30 PM
      Duncan Callaway
      Berkeley
      Quantifying and lowering the cost of fast demand response resources for renewable integration
      10/11
      4:30 PM
      Bryan Parno
      Microsoft Research
      TBD
      10/16
      4:30 PM
      Gil Alterovitz
      Center for Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
      Biomolecular Reconfigurable Signal Processing via Intrinsically Disordered Proteins: From Biomedical to Engineering Systems Applications
      10/16
      4:30 PM
      Peter Norvig
      Director of Research, Google, Inc.
      The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data
        10/18
        4:30 PM
        Petros Boufounos
        Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
        TBD
          10/25
          4:30 PM
          Boris Defourny
          Princeton
          New computational techniques for the stochastic unit commitment problem
          November
          11/1
          4:30 PM
          (CANCELLED) Oskar Painter
          Caltech
          The light, and sound, fantastic: optics at the nanoscale
          11/8
          4:30 PM
          Amit Lal
          Cornell
          Microsystems Engineering for a Greener World
          11/15
          4:30 PM
          Eilyan Bitar
          Cornell
          Smart Grid Data Integrity Attacks: Characterizations & Countermeasures

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