Recent and Upcoming Seminars

2016

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Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/21
4:30 PM
Dr. Radu Marculescu
Carnegie Mellon University
Computer Engineering Sans Frontières: Molecular Tweeting, Bacteria Socializing, and Long Road to Precise Medicine (all at once…)
1/28
4:30 PM
Dr. Partha Pande
Washington State University
Bringing Cores Closer Together: The Wireless Revolution in On-Chip Communication
February
2/4
4:30 PM
Dr. Sairaji Dhople
University of Minnesota-Minneapolis
2/11
4:30 PM
Dr. Swarun Kumar
Carnegie Mellon University
New Opportunities from Modern Wireless Networks
2/18
4:30 PM
Dr. Jelena Kovacevic
Carnegie Mellon University
The State of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
2/25
4:30 PM
Harish Krishnaswamy
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Columbia University
Cancelled Rethinking The Functional Boundaries of Integrated Radio-Frequency Systems Enables New Wireless Communication Paradigms
3/3
4:30 PM
Edmund Yeh
Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering Northeastern University
Networking for Big Data: Theory and Optimization for NDN
    3/17
    4:30 PM

    Shuchin Aeron - Learning with Algebraically Structured Subspaces
      3/31
      4:30 PM
      Eric L. Miller
      Professor and Chair Electrical and Computer Engineering Tufts University
      Perspectives on Computational Sensing: Physics, Data, and Uncertainty
        April
        4/1
        12:00 AM
        Misha Ahrens
        Howard Hughes Medical Institute Janelia Research Campus Group Leader
        Whole-brain views of network activity underlying spontaneous and trained behavior in zebrafish
          4/5
          3:30 AM
          Armand Makowski
          University of Maryland
          Distinguished Lecture Series Armand Makowski
          4/7
          4:30 PM

          Rethinking Analog-Digital Interface Circuit Architectures
          4/21
          4:30 PM
          Lijun Chen
          Assistant Professor Computer Science and Telecommunications University of Colorado-Boulder
          Network dynamics as optimization algorithms: A new perspective to engineering networked dynamical systems
            4/28
            4:30 PM
            Maysam Chamanzar
            r Assistant Professor Electrical & Computer Engineering Carnegie Mellon University
            Next Generation neural interfaces: from physical implants to virtual implants

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