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Colloquium 2009-2010

Please join the Electrical Engineering Department for the 2009-10 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

Akira Ishimaru Distinguished Lecture: Geostationary Microwave Imaging, Sounding, and Data Assimilation

Al Gasiewski, University of Colorado, Boulder
2010-06-01 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Video Content Delivery over Wireless Networks

Jeffrey Foerster, Intel
2010-05-25 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Chromophores and Resonance Energy Transfer for Nanoscale Computing Devices

Chris Dwyer, Duke University
2010-05-18 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

RF Power Amplification in CMOS

David J. Allstot, University of Washington
2010-05-11 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Automation of the Power Grid

Jay Giri, Areva T&D
2010-04-27 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Corn and Sugarcane: Biofuels in the United States and Brazil
Denise Wilson

Denise Wilson, University of Washington
2010-04-20 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Information Processing for Future Healthcare Systems

Dejan Markovic, UCLA
2010-04-13 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

An Electric Bioprocessor for Translational Applications

Pak Kin Wong, University of Arizona
2010-04-06 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Corporate Research Leadership: A Personal Perspective

Dr. Peter Hart, Ricoh Innovations
2010-03-30 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Winter

On The Capacity of Distributed Decisions

Ashutosh Sabharwal, Rice University
2010-03-09 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Networking Devices over the White Spaces

Ranveer Chandra, Microsoft Research
2010-02-16 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Energy Harvesting Backscatter Sensors at 5.8 GHz

Greg Durgin, Georgia Institute of Technology
2010-02-09 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

UHF RFID Technology: Past, Present, and Future

Pavel Nikitin, Intermec Corporation
2010-02-02 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Electron Spin for Classical Information Processing: Logic Devices, Gates and Circuits

Supriyo Bandyopadhyay, Virginia Commonwealth University
2010-01-12 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Autumn

Update on Magnetic Energy Fusion Research

Brian Nelson, University of Washington
2009-12-08 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Advanced Plasma Propulsion Systems for Solar System Exploration

Robert Winglee, University of Washington
2009-11-24 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Green Internet – State of Art and Future Directions

Suresh Singh, Portland State University
2009-11-17 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Earth Observing Laboratory – National Center for Atmospheric Research

J. Vivekanandan, National Center for Atmospheric Research
2009-11-10 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Chasing Interdisciplinarity while Chasing Tornadoes: an Overview of the CASA Engineering Research Center

David McLaughlin, University of Massachusetts
2009-11-03 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Autonomous and Miniature Implantable Systems

Ada Poon, Stanford University
2009-10-27 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Metrology to Enable Emerging Nanoelectronics

Dr. Curt Richter, NIST, Gaithersburg
2009-10-20 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

A Geometric Approach to Signal Processing Problems

Ananya Sengupta, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
2009-10-13 10:30:00
EEB 105
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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