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REU Seminar: Stretchable Electronics  
Student

Prof. Jon Fan (Stanford)

The human body is soft and curved, and the next generation of bodyworn devices will require form factors that match.

Stretchable Electronics for Biomedical Applications
Tue Jul 28th, 2015
 (
10:00 am to 11:00 am
)
AllenX Auditorium

IT-Forum  
Seminar

Yariv Ephraim (Professor, George Mason University)

A multivariate Markov process is a vector of random processes which are jointly, but not necessarily individually, Markov.

Recursive Estimation and Application of Multivariate Markov Processes
Fri Jul 24th, 2015
 (
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
)
Packard 202

REU Seminar: Next Generation Power Electronics  
Student

Prof. Juan Rivas (Stanford)

Power supplies are everywhere from consumer electronics, to medical imaging systems, to military systems.

Next Generation Power Electronics
Tue Jul 21st, 2015
 (
10:00 am to 11:00 pm
)
AllenX Auditorium

Information Session: Electrical Engineering Graduate Admissions, Washington D.C area  
Student

TBA

Find out more about Stanford Electrical Engineering multi-disciplinary opportunities for graduate study.

Multi-Disciplinary Opportunities for Graduate Study in EE
Mon Jul 20th, 2015
 (
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
)
Washington, DC. Please register for details

REU Discussion Workshop  
Student

Various

Join us for a discussion workshop presented by a panel of EE grad students who have taken different paths from college to grad school.

Panel of EE grad students
Tue Jul 14th, 2015
 (
10:00 am to 11:00 am
)
TBA

REU Seminar: Neuromorphic Chips  
Student

Prof. Kwabena Boahen (Stanford)

I'll argue that combining analog computation with digital communication can effectively combat increased heterogeneity (a.k.a., mismatch) and stochasticity (a.k.a., noise) as transistors scale down to a few nanometers

Neuromorphic Chips: Combining Analog Computation with Digital Communication
Tue Jul 7th, 2015
 (
10:00 am to 11:00 am
)
AllenX Auditorium
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