Events

High-speed imaging meets single-cell analysis [SCIEN]  
Seminar

Professor Keisuke Goda (University of Tokyo)

High-speed imaging is an indispensable tool for blur-free observation and monitoring of fast transient dynamics in today's scientific research, industry, defense, and energy.

High-speed imaging meets single-cell analysis
Fri Jan 27th, 2017
 (
4:30 pm
)
Packard 101

5G and Beyond: From Fundamental Research to Startup Innovation [SystemX]  
Seminar

Professor Gerhard Fettweiss (TU Dresden)

With the arrival of 5G we are entering a new phase of communications infrastructure. Today the network is mainly used for moving content, e.g. videos, web data, emails, and audio.

5G and Beyond: From Fundamental Research to Startup Innovation
Thu Jan 26th, 2017
 (
4:30 pm
)
AllenX Auditorium

Breaker to Control Center Integration & Automation: PCO&O [SmartGrid]  
Seminar

Prof. Sakis Meliopoulos (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Recent technological advances in protection, control and optimization are enabling a more automated power system.

Breaker to Control Center Integration & Automation: PCO&O
Thu Jan 26th, 2017
 (
1:30 pm
)
Y2E2 300

Introduction to SMT Assembly [lab64 workshop]  
Student

Interested in learning more about electronics? Join us in lab64 for weekly workshops.

Introduction to SMT Assembly
Wed Jan 25th, 2017
 (
7:00 pm
)
lab64 (Packard 064)

Fuse: study night  
Student

Winter quarter '17 study nights are every Tuesday at 8:30pm in the Fuse room (Packard 318).

Snacks will be provided to fuel good work. We hope to see you there!

 

-Fuse

Undergrad Study Night
Tue Jan 24th, 2017
 (
8:30 pm
)
Packard 318

Adversarial perceptual representation learning across diverse modalities and domains [SCIEN]  
Seminar

Trevor Darrell (University of California at Berkeley)

Learning of layered or "deep" representations has provided significant advances in computer vision in recent years, but has traditionally been limited to fully supervised settings with very large amounts of training d

Adversarial perceptual representation learning across diverse modalities and domains
Tue Jan 24th, 2017
 (
4:30 pm
)
Packard 101

The Direct Detection of Gravitational Waves: Observation of the Mergers of Black Hole Binaries [AP/Physics Colloquium]  
Seminar

Rainer Weiss (MIT)

I will cover some of the history of gravitational waves and include a description of the instrument and the data analysis techniques. Measurement results and the prospects for the future will also be discussed.

The Direct Detection of Gravitational Waves: Observation of the Mergers of Black Hole Binaries
Tue Jan 24th, 2017
 (
4:30 pm
)
Hewlett 200

Data-driven, Interactive Scientific Articles in a Collaborative Environment with Authorea [OSA; WEE]  
Seminar

Alberto Pepe, PhD (Authorea, Inc.)

Most tools that scientists use for the preparation of scholarly manuscripts, such as Microsoft Word and LaTeX, function offline and don't account for the digital-born nature of research objects.

Data-driven, Interactive Scientific Articles in a Collaborative Environment with Authorea
Tue Jan 24th, 2017
 (
12:30 pm
)
Spilker 143

Bayesian Optimization and other Bad Ideas for Hyperparameter Optimization [IT Forum]  
Seminar

Kevin Jamieson (UC Berkeley)
Bayesian Optimization and other Bad Ideas for Hyperparameter Optimization
Fri Jan 20th, 2017
 (
1:15 pm
)
Packard 202

The Arduino Story [SystemX]  
Seminar

Bob Martin (Wizard of Make / Senior Staff Engineer, Microchip)
  • In the beginning, how the Atmel mega328P won the race
  • Moving to more integrated designs, the Leonardo (32u4)
  • Entering the 32 bit ARM Cortex world with the Arduino Due and its problems
The Arduino Story
Thu Jan 19th, 2017
 (
4:30 pm
)
Allen 101X

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