Recipients of the William Gould Dow Distinguished Lectureship

4/4/11 Pravin Varaiya, Nortel Networks Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley

3/23/10 Prof. James D. Meindl, Joseph M. Pettit Chair in Microelectronics, Georgia Institute of Technology
Nanoelectronics in Retrospect, Prospect and Principle
3/10/09 Dr. Irwin Mark Jacobs, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board Qualcomm Incorporated
Cellular Communications: A Dynamic Past and More Exciting Future - Even Now
12/8/08 Manuel Blum, Bruce Nelson Professor of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University
Hierarchical Understanding of Proofs
4/5/07 Susan L. Graham, Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of California, Berkeley
"Programming - Past and Future"
2/6/07 Sir John Pendry, Chair in Theoretical Solid State Physics, Imperial College, London
The Perfect Lens: Resolution Beyond the Limits of Wavelength
3/28/05 Richard M. Karp, University Professor Research Scientist at the International Computer Science Institute University of California-Berkeley
Computational Discovery of Genetic Regulatory Networks

James L. Flanagan, Vice President for Research Director of the Center for Advanced Information Processing Board of Governors Professor of Electrical Engineering at Rutgers University
Natural Communication with Networked Information Systems: Research and Prospectives

3/11/04 Charles Elachi, PhD, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Director California Institute of Technology, Vice President
Space Exploration in the Next Decade: Challenges and Opportunities
4/3/03 Karl J. Aström, Dept. of Automatic Control, Lund University, Sweden Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, UC Santa Barbara
Control - The Hidden Technology
10/17/02 Lester F. Eastman, John L. Given Foundation Professor, Cornell University
High Technology Electronics Research and Education
4/4/02 William A. Wulf, President, NAE
Some Musings on the Technical Commmunity´┐Żs Response to Terrorism
11/8/01 Robert W. Lucky, Corporate VP, Applied Research, Telcordia Technologies
Disruptive Technologies Amidst the Storm in Telecommunications