Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Upcoming Events

Tuesday  Jun. 06, 2017
Storage in Power Systems: Frequency Control, Scheduling of Multiple Applications, and Computational Complexity
Olivier Mégel
ETH Zürich, Power Systems Laboratory
10:00am - 11:00am in 3427 EECS


Past Events

Monday  May. 22, 2017
The sympathy of pendulum clocks and network synchronization
Henk Nijmeijer
Eindhoven University of Technology

A Fresh Look at Array Receivers: Space-time Sigma-Delta Multiport Circuits
Soumyajit Mandal
Assistant Professor
Case Western Reserve University

Wednesday  May. 17, 2017
Tunnel FET Modeling and Exploratory Circuit Design/Compiling Analog-to-Digital Converters
Trond Ytterdal
Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Tuesday  May. 16, 2017
A (European) Perspective on Emerging Electric Machines
Annette Muetze
Graz University of Technology

Monday  May. 15, 2017
Solving Large-Scale AC Optimal Power Flow Problems Including Energy Storage, Renewable Generation, and Forecast Uncertainty
Jennifer Felder Marley

When the Correct Technical Solution Is Not Good Enough
Bruce Wollenberg
University of Minnesota, Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Friday  May. 12, 2017
Low-Power Energy Efficient Circuit Techniques for Small IoT Systems
Wanyeong Jung

Robust Learning From Multiple Information Sources
Tianpei Xie

Thursday  May. 11, 2017
Circuit Techniques for Low-Power and Secure Internet-of-Things Systems
Kaiyuan Yang

Low Power Autonomous Microsystems for Oil Well Logging Application
Yu Sui

A Closer Look at the Classical Fixed-Point Analysis of Wireless Local Area Networks
Rajesh Sundaresan
Indian Institute of Science

Monday  May. 08, 2017
Efficient Continuous-Time Sigma-Delta Converters for High Frequency Applications
Mehmet Dayanik

Friday  May. 05, 2017
Automatic Feature Engineering: Learning to Detect Malware by Mining the Scientific Literature
Tudor Dumitraș
University of Maryland, ECE Department

Thursday  May. 04, 2017
Novelties of Reflectarray Antennas: Legitimate Children of Reflector and Array Antennas
Yahya Rahmat-Samii
Northrop Grumman Chair Distinguished Professor

Private Learning and Exit Decisions in Collaboration
Anne-Katrin Roesler
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan, Department of Economics


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