Carnegie Mellon University

Electrical and Computer Engineering

College of Engineering

Spring 2018 seminars

Date Lecturer & affiliation Topic & resources
January

1/25

Carlee Joe-Wong

Carnegie Mellon University

Learning to Compete in Networked Systems

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February

2/1

Paul Bogdan

University of Southern California

Decoding the Laws of Emergence and Self-Organization in Complex Collectives: Lessons Learned from Biological Systems

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2/8

Zac Manchester

Stanford University

Engineering Tiny Space Systems: From ChipSats to Starships

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2/15

Ioannis Gkioulekas

Carnegie Mellon University

TBD
March
3/1

Yuejie Chi

Carnegie Mellon University

Implicit Regularization in Nonconvex Statistical Estimation

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3/8

Bin He

Carnegie Mellon University

Dynamic mapping & interfacing with the brain

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3/22

Mark Churchland

Columbia University

Why motor cortex responses don’t obey expectations

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3/29

Omer Reingold

Stanford University

Calibration for the (computationally-identifiable) masses

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April

 

 

4/5

Michael Rotkwitz

University of Maryland

Computation of Decentralized Controllability for Large-Scale Systems

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4/12

Rahul Panat

Carnegie Mellon University

3D Micro-Devices Using Nanoparticle Printing

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4/26

Mukund Sunararajan

Google LLC

Analyzing Deep Learning Models

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May

 

 

5/10

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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