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Colloquium 2010-2011

Please join the Electrical Engineering Department for the 2010-11 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

Adaptive and Resilient Circuits for Improving Energy Efficiency in Digital Systems

Arijit Raychowdhury, Intel
2011-05-31 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

SynchroPhasor Technology & Applications

Manu Parashar, Alstom Inc.
2011-05-24 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Interconnects and Antennas for Millimeter-wave CMOS Applications

Rashaunda Henderson, University of Texas, Dallas
2011-05-17 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Energy Efficient mm-Wave Communication and Medical Imaging

Ali Niknejad, University of California, Berkeley
2011-05-10 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Toward DNA-based bottom-up assembly of electro-optical devices

Bernard Yurke, Boise State University
2011-05-03 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Bluetooth 4.0 ­ Low Energy

Joe Decuir, Cambridge Silicon Radio, Seattle
2011-04-26 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

A Glimpse at the Future of Computing

Dr. Henrique Malvar, Microsoft Research
2011-04-19 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

A State-Space Approach to Stochastic Decentralized Control

Sanjay Lall, Stanford University
2011-04-12 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Physical Manipulation and Characterization of Biological Cells: A MEMS and Micro-Nanorobotics Approach

Yu Sun, University of Toronto
2011-03-29 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Winter

Back to the ’90’s: A Fresh Look at Positive Time-Frequency Distributions

Jim Pitton, Applied Physics Lab (University of Washington)
2011-03-08 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

The Value of Network State Awareness in A Changing World: Tackling Dynamics in Wireless Networks and Smart Grids

Junshan Zhang, Arizona State University
2011-03-01 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Emerging Memory Technology Challenges

Gurtej Sandhu, Micron
2011-02-22 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Thermal Infrared Imaging Based on Atomic-layer-deposited Self-supported Metal

Matthieu Liger, Bosch Palo Alto Research
2011-02-08 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Photonics and nanotechnology for telecommunication and sensors

Antao Chen, Applied Physics Lab (University of Washington)
2011-02-01 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Rapid Sequencing of Individual DNA Molecules in Graphene Nanogaps

Henk Postma, Cal State Northridge
2011-01-18 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

New Architectures for Implantable and Wearable Medical Transceivers

Prof. Joel Dawson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2011-01-11 00:00:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Autumn

Compressive Sensing

Prof. Emmanuel Candes, Stanford University
2010-12-07 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Key Technologies for Robotic Space Exploration

Dr. Tom Cwik, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab
2010-11-30 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Solar Photovoltaics: Current Status and Prospects for Wide Scale Adoption

Bill Mulligan, Sunpower
2010-11-16 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Self-organizing plasticity in neuronal circuits

Prof. Guoqiang Bi, University of Science and Technology, China
2010-11-09 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Transistor Scaling: Past, Present, Future

Dr. Mark Stettler, Intel
2010-11-02 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Micro and Nano structured Semiconductor Devices on Amorphous Substrates for Low-cost Energy Conversion, Sensing and Displays

Saif Islam, UC Davis
2010-10-26 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Design challenges in multi-standard radios on scaled CMOS processes

Ashoke Ravi, Intel Research
2010-10-19 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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