Events

Special Seminar: Kanaka Rajan Biophysics Theory Fellow at Princeton University  
Seminar

Kanaka Rajan (Princeton University)

Behavior arises from neural circuits that are enormously complex dynamic systems.

How do neural circuits generate behavior?
Mon Mar 27th, 2017
 (
10:00 am
)
Durand 450

Special Seminar: Guosong Hong Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University  
Seminar

Guosong Hong (Harvard University)

Nanomanufacturing in the semiconductor industry is driven by our ability to rapidly process and manipulate materials into their required forms.

New Windows to Understanding the Brain: From Non-Invasive Optical Brain Imaging Through Intact Scalp to Stable Long- Term Brain Mapping at the Single-Neuron Level
Thu Mar 23rd, 2017
 (
10:00 am
)
Durand 450

ARRIScope - A new era in surgical microscopy [SCIEN]  
Seminar

Dr. Hans Kiening (Arnold & Richter Cine Technik)

The continuous increase in performance and the versatility of ARRI´s digital motion picture camera systems led to our development of the first fully digital stereoscopic operating microscope, the ARRISCOPE.

ARRIScope - A new era in surgical microscopy
Wed Mar 22nd, 2017
 (
4:30 pm
)
Packard 101

Insensitivity of Loss Systems under Randomized SQ(d) Algorithms [ISL Colloquium]  
Seminar

Ravi R. Mazumdar (University of Waterloo, Canada)

In many applications such as cloud computing, managing server farm resources etc.

Insensitivity of Loss Systems under Randomized SQ(d) Algorithms
Mon Mar 20th, 2017
 (
3:00 pm
)
Packard 202

Final Exam Week  
Student

Final Exam Week, Winter quarter 2017.

Final Exam Week
Mon Mar 20th, 2017
 (
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
)

Brain-machine interfaces as a platform technology for neurological disorders [SystemX Seminar]  
Seminar

Prof. Paul Nuyujukian (Stanford University)

To date, the scope of brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) has largely been to restore lost function to people with paralysis stemming from conditions such as neurodegenerative disease and spinal cord injury.

Brain-machine interfaces as a platform technology for neurological disorders
Thu Mar 16th, 2017
 (
4:30 pm
)
AllenX Auditorium

Anonymity in the Bitcoin Peer-to-Peer Network [ISL Colloquium]  
Seminar

Dr. Giulia Fanti (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Bitcoin enjoys a public perception of being a privacy-preserving financial system.

Anonymity in the Bitcoin Peer-to-Peer Network
Thu Mar 16th, 2017
 (
4:15 pm
)
Packard 101

Vincent Poor, Princeton University [SmartGrid]  
Seminar

Vincent Poor (Princeton University)

Smart grid involves the imposition of an advanced cyber layer atop the physical layer of the electricity grid, in order to improve the efficiency, security and cost of electricity use and distribution, and to allow fo

Theme: smart grids and energy systems
Thu Mar 16th, 2017
 (
1:30 pm
)
Y2E2 300

New Directions in Management Science & Engineering: A Brief History of the Virtual Lab  
Seminar

Duncan Watts (Microsoft Research NYC; Cornell University)

Lab experiments have long played an important role in behavioral science, in part because they allow for carefully designed tests of theory, and in part because randomized assignment facilitates identification of caus

New Directions in Management Science & Engineering: A Brief History of the Virtual Lab
Thu Mar 16th, 2017
 (
12:15 pm
)
Packard 101

The Future of Computer Architecture (Patterson and Hennessy) [EE380 Computer Systems Colloquium & EE180]  
Seminar

David Patterson (Google) and John Hennessy (Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program)

About the Panel/Q&A (11:30-12:00): The Future of Computer Architecture (Patterson and Hennessy)

 

The Future of Computer Architecture (Patterson and Hennessy)
Thu Mar 16th, 2017
 (
11:30 am to 12:00 pm
)
Cubberly Auditorium, School of Education

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