Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Upcoming Events

Wednesday  May. 04, 2016
Relaxing Fundamental Assumptions in Iterative Learning Control
Berk Atlin
2:00pm - 3:30pm in Phoenix Memorial Lab 2000A

Optical Properties and Optoelectronic Applications of Nano-size Metallic Films and Metamaterials
Cheng Zhange
PhD Candidate
2:30pm - 4:30pm in 1003 EECS


Friday  May. 06, 2016
Area- and Energy-Efficient Modular Circuit Architecture for Parallel Neural Recording Microsystems
Sung-Yun Park
PhD Candidate
09:00am - 11:00am in 1005 EECS


Thursday  Jun. 09, 2016
Deep Neural Networks for Visual Reasoning, Program Induction, and Text-to-Image Synthesis
Scott Reed
10:00am - 12:00pm in 3725 Beyster Bldg.

 
Past Events

Monday  May. 02, 2016
Designing Accurate and Low-Cost Stochastic Circuits
Te-Hsuan Chen

Unbounded Scalable Hardware Verification
Suho Lee


Friday  Apr. 29, 2016
Spotting Tip of the Iceberg in Social Media: Detecting Target Clusters from Indications of Individual Items
Zhe Zhao


Thursday  Apr. 28, 2016
Towards Scalable Design of Future Wireless Networks
Krishna C. Garikipati


Monday  Apr. 25, 2016
Network Analysis on Incomplete Structures
Matthew Burgess


Friday  Apr. 22, 2016
Control-Flow Security
William Patrick Arthur


Thursday  Mar. 31, 2016
Efficient Large-Scale Graph Processing
Xiaoen Ju


Tuesday  Mar. 29, 2016
Low-overhead Online Code Transformations
Michael Laurenzano


Thursday  Mar. 24, 2016
A Brave New World: Studies on the Deployment and Security of the Emerging IPv6 Internet
Jakub Czyz


Thursday  Mar. 10, 2016
Computational Models of Algorithmic Trading in Financial Markets
Elaine Wah


Monday  Jan. 18, 2016
Vertical Integration of Germanium Nanowires on Silicon Substrates for Nanoelectronics
Lin Chen


Friday  Jan. 15, 2016
Identification and Adaptive Control for High-performance AC Drive Systems
David Reed
PhD Candidate


Monday  Dec. 21, 2015
The Design and Effect of Power Electronics on Vibration-Based Energy Harvesting Methods
Aaron Llevret Farchaus Stein


Friday  Dec. 18, 2015
Maximizing Expected Value of Information in Decision Problems by Querying on a Wish-to-Know Basis
Robert W. Cohn

 

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