Seminars

2005

Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/13
4:0PM
Mark Hill
University of Wisconsin
Designing Commercial Servers and a Multiprocessor Flight Data Recorder
1/20
4:0PM
Steven K. Reinhardt
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Integrating High-Bandwidth Networking into Modern Architectures
1/27
4:0PM
John Wilkes
Hewlett-Packard Labs and CMU
Tuscany: Economy-based Service Oriented Computing
February
2/10
4:0PM
Philip Koopman
CMU
Challenges in Embedded System Security
2/17
4:0PM
TM Mak
Intel Corporation
Adaptive Computing: How to Test?
March
3/03
4:0PM
Michael Flynn
University of Michigan
Research in Wireless Devices at Michigan's Wireless Integrated Microsystems Center
3/17
4:0PM
Darrin Young
Case Western Reserve University
Wireless Strain Sensing Microsystems
3/24
4:0PM
Bevan Baas
University of California, Davis
Algorithms, Architecture, and Circuits for the Efficient Computation of Complex DSP Workloads
April
4/07
4:0PM
Minh Do
UIUC
Beyond Wavelets: Directional Multiresolution Image Representation
4/21
4:0PM
Victor Zue
MIT
Advanced Multimodal Interfaces: Lessons Learned from Project Oxygen
May
5/05
4:0PM
John Howard
Sun Microsystems
Sun's High Productivity Computing Systems (HPCS) Research Program
No seminars scheduled.
Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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September
9/08
4:0PM
Tom Edsall
Cisco
Storage Area Networks
9/15
4:0PM
Yi Luo
CMU/ECE
Building Nano-scale Electronic Systems with Molecules
9/22
4:0PM
Claire Tomlin
Stanford
Using Mathematical Modeling to Help Decode Biological Circuits
9/29
4:0PM
Timothy Sands
Purdue Nanotechnology Center
Designing Nitride Nanocomposites for Solid-State Energy Conversion
October
10/06
4:0PM
Richard Baraniuk
Rice University
Compressed Sensing: A New Framework for Computational Signal Processing
10/13
4:0PM
Bir Bhanu
UC Riverside
Predicting Performance for Object Recognition
10/20
4:0PM
Kevin Clements
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Monitoring the Power Grid: A Large-Scale Nonlinear Problem
10/27
4:0PM
Sanjoy Mitter
MIT
The Convergence of Communication, Control, and Computation
November
11/03
4:0PM
John Shen
Intel
Iron Laws For Multi-Core Scalability
11/10
4:0PM
Morley Stone
Air Force Research Lab
Frontiers at the Biology/Materials Science Interface
11/17
4:0PM
Pierre Moulin
UIUC
Steganography: Art or Science?
December
12/01
4:0PM
T.E. (Ed) Schlesinger
CMU/ECE
State of ECE

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