Seminars

2014

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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/16
4:30 PM
Dr. Alexander G. Dean
North Carolina State University
ECE Seminar: Bringing Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling to Low-Cost Embedded Systems
1/23
4:00 PM
Vyas Sekar
Assistant Professor Electrical & Computer Engineering Carnegie Mellon University
ECE Seminar: Toward Practical Convergence of Middleboxes and Software- Defined Networking
1/30
4:30 PM
Dr. Kai Wang
SYSU-CMU Joint Institute of Engineering
ECE Seminar: An Overview of Pixel Technology in Digital Radiography
February
2/6
4:30 PM
Surya Ganguli
Stanford University
ECE Graduate Seminar - Surya Ganguli, Stanford University
2/20
4:30 PM
Magnus Egerstedt
Georgia Tech
From Global Properties to Local Rules for Multi-Agent Systems
2/27
4:30 PM
Jingxi Zhu
SYSU-CMU Joint Institute of Engineering
Engineering Application of Materials Science Paradigm
March
3/6
4:30 PM
Le Xie
Texas A&M University
Integrating data-driven and physics-based analytics for predictive operations in electric energy systems
3/20
4:00 PM
Wilfried Gansterer
University of Vienna
Reliable Distributed Aggregation: From Theory to Practice
3/27
4:30 PM
Dan Edelstein
IBM
TBA
April
4/3
4:30 PM
Kory W. Hedman, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Arizona State University
The Role of Operations Research to Address the Integration of Variable Renewable Resources in Electricity Markets
4/8
4:30 PM

Stress Free in ECE- CaPS Talks about Stress
    4/9
    10:00 AM
    Subramanian S. Iyer
    IBM Fellow at the Systems & Technology Group
    Orthogonal Scaling to extend Computing into the Cognitive Era
    4/17
    4:30 PM
    Jack Judy
    Director of the Nanoscience Instutute for Medical & Engineering Technology, University of Florida
    The Technology Moore’s Law Forgot
    4/24
    4:30 PM
    Bruno Olshausen
    University of California, Berkeley
    Do V1 neurons have receptive fields?
    May
    5/1
    4:30 PM
    Peter Delfyett
    University of Central Florida
    TBA
    October
    10/2
    4:00 PM
    Limin Jia
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Proving Systems Secure Against Adversaries
      10/9
      4:00 PM
      Ashutosh Sabharwal
      Rice University
      Foundations for Full-duplex Wireless Networks
        10/13
        12:30 PM
        Herman Schmit
        Managing Architect, Altera
        Subversive Innovation
          10/16
          4:30 PM
          Nicola Elia
          Iowa State University
          Computing Over Unreliable Communication Networks
            10/22
            12:30 PM
            Jelena Kovačević
            Schramm Professor and Department Head, ECE Dept. Carnegie Mellon University
            State of the Department
              10/30
              4:30 PM
              Cormac Herley
              Microsoft
              Passwords: a guide to the ruins and lessons for improvement
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                Date
                Time
                Lecturer
                Affiliation
                Topic
                Resources
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                August
                8/28
                4:30 PM
                Yaser Sheikh
                Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
                The Panoptic Studio: Social Signal Processing in a 500 Camera Facility
                  September
                  9/11
                  4:30 PM
                  Malavika Jayaram
                  Harvard University
                  Identity Theatre on the Welfare Stage: A Tale of Biometrics and Bias in India
                    9/18
                    4:30 PM
                    Phil Koopman
                    Electrical & Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
                    A Case Study of Toyota Unintended Acceleration and Software Safety
                      9/25
                      4:00 PM
                      Sebastian Seung
                      Professor of Computer Science and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute Princeton University
                      EyeWire, A Game to Map the Brain
                        October
                        10/2
                        4:00 PM
                        Limin Jia
                        Carnegie Mellon University
                        Proving Systems Secure Against Adversaries
                          10/9
                          4:00 PM
                          Ashutosh Sabharwal
                          Rice University
                          Foundations for Full-duplex Wireless Networks
                            10/13
                            12:30 PM
                            Herman Schmit
                            Managing Architect, Altera
                            Subversive Innovation
                              10/16
                              4:30 PM
                              Nicola Elia
                              Iowa State University
                              Computing Over Unreliable Communication Networks
                                10/22
                                12:30 PM
                                Jelena Kovačević
                                Schramm Professor and Department Head, ECE Dept. Carnegie Mellon University
                                State of the Department
                                  10/30
                                  4:30 PM
                                  Cormac Herley
                                  Microsoft
                                  Passwords: a guide to the ruins and lessons for improvement
                                    November
                                    11/6
                                    4:30 PM
                                    Ada Poon
                                    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Stanford University
                                    Engineering Near-Field Interactions with Body for Powering Bioelectronic Medicines
                                      11/13
                                      4:30 PM
                                      Lalitha Sankar
                                      Arizona State University
                                      Consequences of Cyber-attacks on the Electric Power System
                                        11/20
                                        4:30 PM
                                        Javad Lavaei
                                        Columbia University
                                        Graph-Theoretic Algorithm for Arbitrary Polynomial Optimization Problems with Applications to Distributed Control, Power Systems, and Matrix Completion

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