Recent and Upcoming Seminars

2015

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Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/29
4:30 PM
Dr. Somayeh Sojoudi
New York University
Computational Methods for the Analysis and Modeling of Brain Networks
February
2/5
4:30 PM
David Z. Pan
University of Texas at Austin
Design for Manufacturability and Reliability in Extreme Scaling and Beyond
2/11
3:00 PM
William Stanchina
University of Pittsburgh
Wanted: Research Collaboration, Bio-Signal Processing, Novel Memories, Power Electronics and ….
2/12
4:30 PM
Dr. Eylem Ekici
Ohio State University
Multi-Channel Scheduling and Resource Allocation in Cognitive Radio and Vehicular Networks
2/19
4:30 PM
Dr. Morgado Dias
University of Madeira
Multi-Camera Synchronisation for the NanEye CMOS Image Sensor
2/26
4:30 PM
Namrata Vaswani
Iowa State
Online Robust PCA or Online Sparse + Low-Rank Matrix Recovery
March
3/5
4:30 PM
Dr. Nicolas Christin
Carnegie Mellon University
Measuring and Defending Against Search-Result Poisoning
3/12
4:30 PM
Dr. Abhishek Bhattacharjee
Rutgers University
Virtual Memory in Next-Generation Heterogeneous Manycore Systems
3/19
4:30 PM
Dr. Lee Potter
Ohio State University
Accelerating Phase-Contrast Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Case Study in Computational Imaging
3/23
12:00 AM
No graduate seminar week of March 26th
No graduate seminar week of March 26th
    April
    4/2
    4:30 PM
    Dr. Jose Carmena
    University of California - Berkeley
    Closed-Loop Design Strategies for Neuroprosthetic Control
    4/9
    4:30 PM
    Dr. Frank Lewis
    University of Texas Arlington Research Institute
    Cooperative Synchronization In Renewable Energy Microgrid Generation
    4/16
    4:30 PM
    Dr. Mario Gerla
    University of California Los Angeles
    VANET Services and Mobile Vehicle Clouds
    4/23
    4:30 PM
    Dr. Christopher Rozell
    Georgie Institute of Technology
    Dynamical Systems and Low-Dimensional Signal Models
    4/30
    4:30 PM
    Dr. Guillermo Villanueva
    Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausane
    NEMS Oscillators – Main challenges and workarounds. Does it really make sense?

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