Seminars

2018

Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/25
4:30PM
Dr. Carlee Joe-Wong
Carnegie Mellon University
Learning to Compete in Networked Systems
February
2/01
4:30PM
Dr. Paul Bogdan
University of Southern California
Decoding the Laws of Emergence and Self-Organization in Complex Collectives: Lessons Learned from Biological Systems
2/08
4:30PM
Dr. Zac Manchester
Stanford University
Engineering Tiny Space Systems: From ChipSats to Starships
2/15
4:30PM
Dr. Ioannis Gkioulekas
Carnegie Mellon University
TBD
March
3/01
4:30PM
Dr. Yuejie Chi
Carnegie Mellon University
Implicit Regularization in Nonconvex Statistical Estimation
3/08
4:30PM
Dr. Bin He
Carnegie Mellon University
TBDDynamic mapping & interfacing with the brain
3/22
4:30PM
Dr. Mark Churchland
Columbia University
Why motor cortex responses don’t obey expectations
3/29
4:30PM
Dr. Omer Reingold
Stanford University
Calibration for the (computationally-identifiable) masses
April
4/05
4:30PM
Dr. Michael Rotkowitz
University of Maryland
Computation of Decentralized Controllability for Large-Scale Systems
4/12
4:30PM
Dr. Rahul Panat
Carnegie Mellon University
3D Micro-Devices Using Nanoparticle Printing
4/26
4:30PM
Dr. Mukund Sunararajan
Google LLC
Analyzing Deep Learning Models
May
5/10
12:0PM
Dr. Gabriel Rebeiz
University of California, San Diego
Advanced 5G and SATCOM Phased-Arrays and Transceivers Using Silicon Technologies: THE END OF THE MARCONI ERA IS NEAR
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