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Past Seminars

Tuesday  Sep. 19, 2017
IoT Sensing Device and Machine Learning
Mingoo Seok
Asst. Professor
Columbia University

Wednesday  Jun. 28, 2017
Continuous-time Pipeline ADC
Hajime Shibata
Design Engineer
Analog Devices

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  Feb. 28, 2017
Auto-adaptive digital circuits – Application to low-power Multicores and ultra-low-power Wireless Sensor Nodes
Edith Beigne
Senior Scientist
CEA-LETI, Grenoble, France
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Thursday  Oct. 27, 2016
Tales of Commercializing Engineering Research and Related Irrational Endeavors
Michael McCorquodale
Adjunct Lecturer, Entrepreneur and Angel Investor
University of Michigan

Monday  Oct. 03, 2016
New Ingredients in the Pot - Rethink Analog IC Design
Nan Sun
Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Austin

Thursday  Sep. 29, 2016
Microelectronics for Radiation Detectors
Gianluigi De Geronimo
Brookhaven National Laboratory

Thursday  Jun. 02, 2016
Ultra-Short-Reach Interconnects for Package-Level Integration
Tony Chan Carusone
University of Toronto

Wednesday  Apr. 20, 2016
Wireless Trends & Emerging Applications in IoT & Wearables
Jeff Foerster

Tuesday  Mar. 22, 2016
Energy-Efficient Hardware for Embedded Vision and Deep Learning
Vivienne Sze
Assistant Professor

Tuesday  Mar. 01, 2016
Rethinking Analog-Digital Interface Circuit Architectures
Mike Shuo-Wei Chen
Assistant Professor
University of Southern California

Monday  Feb. 08, 2016
How to transform a simple in LC-VCO into complete analog RF front-ends
Antonio Liscidini
University of Toronto

Wednesday  Jan. 27, 2016
Circuit Techniques for Next Generation Wireless Communication
Bram Nauta
Director, Integrated Circuit Design Group
University of Twente

Thursday  Jan. 21, 2016
A Survey of Deep Neural Nets for Machine Learning and Some Comments on Learning From Sparsity
John Flynn
UCLA Center for Applied Statistics

Thursday  Dec. 03, 2015
Towards Interference-Free, Self-Organizing, Battery-Less Wireless Body Area Networks
Samaneh Movassaghi
PhD candidate at the Australian National University
Australian National University


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