Events

REU Presentation Day  
Student

Please join us for the Electrical Engineering REU Final Presentation Day.

REU Final Presentations
Thu Aug 31st, 2017
 (
12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
)
AllenX 101 Auditorium; Packard Atrium

Call for Applications: Stanford Neurosciences Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship (due August 28)  
Student

We are pleased to announce the call for applications for the 2018 Stanford Neurosciences Institute Interdisciplinary Scholar Awards.

Interdisciplinary Scholar Awards, Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity
Mon Aug 28th, 2017
 (
5:00 pm
)

REU Seminar: How to Make a Good Poster Workshop  
Student

Learn how to design an effective research poster.

How to Make a Good Poster Workshop
Tue Aug 22nd, 2017
 (
3:30 pm
)
Packard 101

REU Seminar: Research-to-Technology-to-Startup and the Internet of Things  
Student

Andrew Scheuermann, Ph.D (Arch Systems)

Andrew Scheuermann earned a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford working on silicon electronics and renewable energy technologies under Professor Paul McIntyre and Chris Chidsey.

Research-to-Technology-to-Startup and the Internet of Things
Tue Aug 15th, 2017
 (
10:00 am
)
AllenX 101 Auditorium

Special Seminar: Silicon Photonics for near- and mid-IR sensing applications  
Seminar

Roel Baets (Ghent University)

Building on the technology and infrastructure of the CMOS world, silicon photonics has become a mature and mainstream platform for high datarate transceivers in telecommunication, data communication and interconnects.

Silicon Photonics for near- and mid-IR sensing applications
Mon Aug 14th, 2017
 (
10:30 am
)
Spilker 232

REU Seminar: Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Enjoy Asking Hard Research Questions  
Student

Prof. Eric Pop (Stanford)

In this seminar we will discuss what it's like to do science & engineering research, how to be a productive researcher, and how to ask (hard) research questions.

Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Enjoy Asking Hard Research Questions
Tue Aug 8th, 2017
 (
10:00 am
)
AllenX 101 Auditorium

Special Seminar: Understanding and Improving the Latency of DRAM-Based Memory Systems  
Seminar

Dr. Kevin Chang (Carnegie Mellon University)

Over the past two decades, the storage capacity and access bandwidth of main memory have improved tremendously, by 128x and 20x, respectively.

Understanding and Improving the Latency of DRAM-Based Memory Systems
Mon Aug 7th, 2017
 (
4:00 pm
)
Gates 104
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