Seminars

2009

Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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January
1/15
4:30PM
John Tsitsiklis
MIT
Gossiping, Averaging, and Consensus
1/22
4:30PM
Donhee Ham
Harvard
CMOS RF Biosensor Utilizing NMR - A Circuit Designer's Approach to Early Disease Detection
1/23
12:0PM
Drew Perkins
Infinera Corporation
Optical Networking with Infinera's Photonic Integrated Circuits
1/29
4:30PM
Arnaud Jacquin
NYU School of Medicine
Brain Function Classification and the Construction of the Brain Abnormality Index
February
2/05
4:30PM
Onur Mutlu
CMU
Preventing Memory Performance Attacks in Multi-Core Systems
2/19
4:30PM
Scott Bortoff
United Technologies Research Center
Advances in Building Controls for Energy Efficiency
2/26
4:30PM
Charles Bouman
Purdue
Model Based Imaging: In Search of the Free Lunch
March
3/05
4:30PM
Nader Engheta
University of Pennylvania
Circuits with Light at the Nanoscale
3/19
4:30PM
George Pappas
University of Pennylvania
A Theory of Robustness for Cyber-Physical Systems
3/26
4:30PM
Khalil Najafi
University of Michigan
Biomedical Wireless Integrated Microsystems (BioWIMS)
April
4/02
4:30PM
Scott Acton
University of Virginia
Biomedical Image Analysis at the Cellular Level
4/09
4:30PM
Kameshwar Poolla
Berkeley
Modeling, Control, and Optimization: Critical Technologies in Semiconductor Manufacturing
4/23
4:30PM
Dennis Deppe
University of Central Florida
Quantum Dot Laser and Microcavity Technologies
4/30
4:30PM
Francesco Bullo
UC-Santa Barbara
Coordination of Robotic Networks
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Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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August
8/27
4:30PM
Ed Schlesinger
CMU
State of ECE
Date
Time
Lecturer
Affiliation
Topic
Resources
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September
9/03
4:30PM
Claudio Canizares
University of Waterloo
Storing Electricity as Hydrogen: Does it make sense?
9/10
4:30PM
Jose Martinez
Cornell
Coordinated Management of Multiple Interacting Resources in Chip Multiprocessors: A Machine Learning Approach
9/17
4:30PM
Twan Basten
TU Eindhoven
Reliable Run-time Adaptation in Resource-constrained Embedded Systems
October
10/01
4:30PM
Dagmar Niebur
Drexel University
Electric Power Management for Microgrids
10/08
4:30PM
Wen-mei Hwu
Urbana-Champaign
Many-core Parallel Computing Research at the Illinois UPCRC
10/15
4:30PM
Yale Patt
UT-Austin
Future Microprocessors: Multi-core, Multi-nonsense, and What We Must Do Differently Moving Forward
10/22
4:30PM
Subhasish Mitra
Stanford
Imperfection-Immune Digital VLSI using Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors
10/27
12:0PM
Burton Smith
Microsoft
The State of Parallel Programming
10/29
4:30PM
Doug Weber
University of Pittsburgh
Sensorimotor Neuroprosthetics
November
11/05
4:30PM
Bora Nikolic
UC-Berkeley
SRAM Variability in Space and Time
11/12
4:30PM
George Gross
UIUC
Design of a Conceptual Framework for the Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) Implementation
11/19
4:30PM
Ian Hiskens
University of Michigan
What's Smart about the "Smart Grid"?

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