Past Seminars

2016

ECE Seminar: The Search for Energy Efficiency: From Hardware to Software And Back

12:00 pm | North Building room 311

Presenter: Martha Kim, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Columbia University

Achieving Design Correctness (Finally!) with Runtime Checking

12:00 pm | North Building room 311

Presenter: Valeria Bertacco, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan

VLSI Design Seminar

12:00 pm | 1425 CIEMAS

Presenter: Michael Kelley, Ryan Clark, & John Ingalls of Qualcomm

2015

ECE Seminar: Separation of Nanoscale Biological Entities on Silicon

12:00 pm | Hudson Hall 208

Presenter: Joshua T. Smith, Ph.D., IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

ECE Seminar: Engineering material properties using block copolymer self assembly

12:00 pm | Hudson Hall 208

Presenter: Dr. Charles Black, Center for Functional Nanomaterials, Brookhaven National Laboratory

ECE Seminar: Accurate Modeling of Atomically Thin Layered Materials in Electromagnetic Wave Propagation and Scattering Problems

2:00 pm | Hudson Hall 216

Presenter: Ergun Simsek, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering,The George Washington University

ECE Seminar: Mining and Predicting a Complex Networked World: Theory, Models and Applications

12:00 pm | Gross Hall 330

Presenter: Dr. Bruno Ribeiro, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science

2014

ECE Seminar: Dealing with Complexity in Verification and Test of Integrated Circuits

3:00 pm | Hudson Hall 115A

Presenter: Jacob A. Abraham, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

ECE Seminar: Spectral Analysis, Modeling, and Control of Complex Dynamic Networks

12:00 pm | Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side B

Presenter: Victor Preciado PhD, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania

ECE Seminar: Spatial and Frequency Dynamical Metamaterials for Infrared Applications

11:30 am | Trent Semans Center for Health Education

Presenter: Willie Padilla, Professor in the Department of Physics, Boston College

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