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Lytle Lecture Series

The Dean W. Lytle Electrical Engineering Endowed Lecture Series is the Department of Electrical Engineering’s premiere annual event, featuring internationally renowned researchers in the field of communications and signal processing. Lectures are free and open to the public.

2018-2019

Claire Tomlin Charles A. Desoer Chair in the College of Engineering, professor in electrical engineering and computer science, University of California Berkeley.
Monday, Nov. 5, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., HUB Lyceum
Tuesday, Nov. 6, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., EEB 105

 

 

Previous Lectures

2017-2018

Robert W. Heath Jr.Cullen Trust for Higher Education Endowed Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas, Austin

Millimeter Wave Communication: From Origins to Disruptive Applications

Millimeter Wave communication using out-of-band information

2016-2017

David DonohoAnne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Humanities and Sciences; Professor of Statistics, Stanford University

Compressed Sensing: From Theory to Practice

High-dimensional statistics in light of the spiked covariance model

2015-2016

David TseProfessor of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

The Science of Information: From Pushing Bits Over the Air to Assembling World’s Largest Jigsaw Puzzles

Haplotype Phasing, Convolutional Codes and Community Detection

2014-2015

Arogyaswami PaulrajEmeritus Professor, Stanford University

Evolution of Mobile Air Interface Technology

Road to 5G

2013-2014

Stephen P. BoydSamsung Professor of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

The Science of Better: Embedded Optimization in Smart Systems

Convex Optimization: From Embedded Real-time to Large-Scale Distributed

2012-2013

Alan S. WillskyEdwin Sibley Webster Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Director of the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Building a Career on the Kindness of Others

Learning & Inference for Graphical & Hierarchical Models: A Personal Journey

2011-2012

Ingrid DaubechiesJames B. Duke Professor of Mathematics, Duke University

Can Image Analysis Detect the Hand of the Master? Wavelets and Applications to the Analysis of Art Paintings

Quantifying the (dis)similarity Between Surfaces

2010-2011

Thomas KailathHitachi America Professor of Engineering, Emeritus, Stanford University

From Radiative Transfer Theory to Fast Algorithms for Cell Phones | Technical Colloquium

2009-2010

Irwin JacobsCo-founder, Qualcomm

From Cell Phones to Smart Phones to Smart Books — An Exciting Journey

Vince Poor

2008-2009

Vince PoorDean of the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences at Princeton University

Competition and Collaboration in Wireless Networks