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Colloquium 2015-2016

Please join the Electrical Engineering Department for the 2015-16 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

Graduate Research Showcase

EE Graduate Student Association, University of Washington
2016-05-31 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

A Privileged Sensing Framework for Human in the Loop Control

William Nothwang, US Army Research Laboratory
2016-05-24 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Large-scale high-performance power system dynamic simulation

Ruisheng Diao, Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL)
2016-05-17 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Building Better Computers by Borrowing from Nature: Approximate Computing and DNA Storage

Luis Ceze, UW Computer Science and Engineering
2016-05-10 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Aerial autonomy at insect scale: What flying insects can tell us about robotics and vice versa

Sawyer Fuller, UW Mechanical Engineering
2016-04-26 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Integrated sensing and actuation in biological and engineered systems

Kristi Morgansen, UW Aeronautics and Astronautics
2016-04-19 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Bending the cost curve: Towards a $1000 diagnostic X-ray imager for scalable and sustainable healthcare

Karim S. Karim, University of Waterloo
2016-04-12 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Building better tools for neuroscience: Custom microchips for electrophysiology instrumentation

Reid Harrison, Intan Technologies
2016-04-05 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Winter

The Ultimate Machine: Using engineering and design to improve human movement

Kat Steele, University of Washington
2016-03-01 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Bioelectronic devices to improve quality of life after spinal cord injury

Chet Moritz, University of Washington
2016-02-23 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Segmentation and stream decoding for simultaneous speech translation

Anoop Sarkar, Simon Fraser University
2016-02-16 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Tailored radiative processes of quantum dots and 2D materials

Maiken Mikkelsen, Duke University
2016-02-02 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Hybrid Material and Device Platforms for Reconfigurable Integrated Nanophotonics

Ali Adibi, Georgia Tech
2016-01-26 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Probing the nonlinear dynamics of a battery to gain new diagnostic insights

Dan Schwartz, University of Washington
2016-01-19 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Computing with Fluids

Manu Prakash, Stanford University
2016-01-05 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Autumn

Applications of Machine Learning in the Design of Trusted and Reliable Analog/RF ICs

Yiorgos Makris, University of Texas - Dallas
2015-12-01 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Predictive dynamical models for sensorimotor control

Sam Burden, University of Washington
2015-11-17 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Classification, Inference and Modeling of Neural Circuits from Data

Eli Shlizerman, University of Washington
2015-11-10 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Sparse, dynamic models of big neural data

Bing Brunton, University of Washington and eScience Institute
2015-10-13 10:30:00
EEB 105
Abstract | Video

Monitoring Vital Signs with Flexible Electronics

Ana Arias, University of California, Berkeley and University of Washington
2015-10-06 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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