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Colloquium 2013-2014

Please join the Electrical Engineering Department for the 2013-14 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

Estimation of Rainfall Using Ku-band Satellite Link Attenuation

Kultegin Aydin, Penn State University
2014-06-03 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Reconfigurable Wireless Transceivers

Hossein Hashemi, University of Southern California
2014-05-27 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Challenges and Opportunities in Wireless Power

Matt Reynolds, University of Washington
2014-05-20 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Energy Scaling of Spintronics for Information Processing – From STT Memory, MeRAM to Neuromorphic Systems+

Kang Wang, UCLA
2014-05-13 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Imaging the Noise: Galaxies in the Hiss

Miguel Morales, University of Washington
2014-05-06 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Introduction to Verizon Innovation Centers

Jack Tang, Verizon Inc.
2014-04-29 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Home Networks: from bit to Gigabits

Stephen Palm, Broadcom Corporation
2014-04-22 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

CMOS RF & mm-Wave ICs enter the Era of “Big Data”
Chris Rudell

Chris Rudell, University of Washington
2014-04-08 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Winter

Data Mining the Human Sleep Wake Cycle

Jacqueline Fairley, Emory University
2014-03-11 00:00:00
EEB 125
Abstract

User-Selectable Impedance and Sensory Feedback for Improving Upper-Limb Prosthesis Control

Amy Blank, Rice University
2014-03-04 00:00:00
EEB 125
Abstract

Optimal RNA Assembly: From Information Theory to Software

Sreeram Kannan, University of California, Berkeley
2014-02-25 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Reduction and Identification for Models of Locomotion: an Emerging Systems Theory for Neuromechanics

Sam Burden, University of California, Berkeley
2014-02-18 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Intelligent Power Systems: From Physics of Power Flows to Data Analytics

Baosen Zhang, Stanford University
2014-02-11 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Holistic Circuits: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the End of Moore’s Law

Ali Hajimiri, California Institute of Technology
2014-01-14 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Nonlinear Time Series Modeling Using GARCH: Applications in Denoising and Target Tracking

Hamidreza Amindavar, Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, Iran
2014-01-07 10:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Autumn

The Unknown History of Silicon Valley

Prof. Thomas H. Lee, Stanford University
2013-12-04 00:00:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Enterprise Level High Assurance Computing

Dr. William R Simpson, Institute for Defense Analyses
2013-11-20 16:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Modeling Electricity Markets with Optimization: Why It’s Important (and Fun)

Ben Hobbs, Johns Hopkins University
2013-11-13 16:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

The Role of GPUs in Modern Computing

Dr. Craig M. Wittenbrink, NVIDIA Inc.
2013-10-23 16:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract

Bio-Inspired Cognition: Adaptation and Learning over Networks

Ali Sayed, UCLA
2013-10-16 16:30:00
EEB 125
Abstract | Video

Designing Energy-Efficient VLSI Systems
Visvesh Sathe

Visvesh Sathe, University of Washington
2013-10-02 16:30:00
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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