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Colloquium 2008-2009

Please join the Electrical Engineering Department for the 2008-09 Research Colloquium Series on Tuesday mornings, featuring experts who discuss current issues in the electrical engineering field. Talks are open to both students and the public and live streaming is available.

EE 500C/491 students: Credit is attendance based. All students must sign the sign-up sheet provided in the lecture theater to verify attendance (no exceptions). Students will obtain 1 credit provided they attend at least five colloquium talks during winter quarter.

Colloquia

Spring

Circuits and Technologies for Integrated Reconfigurable/Multi-standard Radios

Jeyanandh Paramesh, Carnegie Mellon University
2009-06-02 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Harvesting Renewable Energy: The Grid Integration Challenge

Mark O'Malley, University College Dublin, Ireland
2009-05-19 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Shine a light: Diffuse Optical Wireless Transmission and OFDM

Sarah Kate Wilson, Santa Clara University
2009-05-12 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Photonic Crystal Surfaces for Drug Discovery, Diagnostics, and Environmental Monitoring

Brian Cunningham, University of Illinois
2009-05-05 09:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

The Art and Science of Digital Color Video in Hollywood

Joshua Pines, Technicolor
2009-04-28 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

One Dimensional Nanomaterials and their Applications

Meya Meyyapan, NASA Ames
2009-04-21 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Opportunities and challenges for video display over 60GHz

Guoqing Li, Intel Research
2009-04-14 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Transparent Electronics: Materials, Devices, and Applications

John Wager, Oregon State University
2009-04-07 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Winter

GNSS Receiver Architectures for Tracking Attenuated Signals

Demoz Gebre-Egziabher, University of Minnesota
2009-03-17 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Circuits with Light at the Nanoscale

Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania
2009-03-10 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Dealing with Limited and Noisy Data in ASR: A Hybrid Knowledge-Based and Statistical Approach

Abeer Alwan, UCLA
2009-03-03 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Network Simulation and Emulation in a Testbed Era

Tom Henderson, Boeing & UWEE
2009-02-24 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Say what you want and get it: Challenges in Voice Search

Geoff Zweig, Microsoft
2009-02-17 09:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Evaluation and improvement of wireless optical communication in random scattering media

Sermsak Jaruwatanadilok, University of Washington
2009-02-10 09:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Deaf Technology: current solutions and future directions

Richard Ladner, University of Washington
2009-01-27 09:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Ultra-Low Cost Wireless Access: Lessons from the Field

Ed Knightly, Rice University
2009-01-20 09:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Collaborative Autonomous Mobile Robot Systems

John Vian, Boeing
2009-01-13 09:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract

Sensors in Environmental Health

Denise Wilson, University of Washington
2009-01-06 09:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Autumn

Parsimonious Models and Matrix Rank Minimization

Maryam Fazel, University of Washington
2008-12-02 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Cooling and Amplifying Micro-Mechanical Motion with Light

Kerry Vahala, CalTech University
2008-11-25 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Cochlear and Vestibular Prostheses

Pamela Bhatti, Georgia Tech
2008-11-18 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

The Secure Mobile Architecture

Steve Venema, Boeing
2008-11-04 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Networks

Ness Shroff, Ohio State University
2008-10-28 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Catching crooks with technology – an engineer turned sleuth

Gordon Mitchell, University of Washington
2008-10-21 10:30:00
EEB 124
Abstract | Video

Patterning and Novel Device Fabrication with the Atomic Force Microscope

Marco Rolandi, MSE, University of Washington
2008-10-14 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Competition and Collaboration in Wireless Networks

Vincent Poor, Princeton University
2008-09-30 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Watching the Colloquium

Video is available for all colloquia unless noted. There are several ways to watch:

  • Watch the live stream as it happens! You can find it right on our YouTube channel main page.
  • Click on the "Watch the video" link beneath each talk listing. These videos will generally be posted a few days after the talk.
  • Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Videos will show up on the channel a few days after the talk - usually at the same time they're posted to this page.

If you would like to receive email reminders for our colloquium talks, please send email to talk_request@ee.washington.edu to be added to the list.

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