EE Student Information

EE Student Information, Spring Quarter 19-20: FAQs and Updated EE Course List.

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Events

SystemX presents "Quantum computers from Superconducting qubits"  
Seminar

Matt Reagor (Riegetti Quantum Computing)

Quantum computers powered by hundreds of gate based, superconducting qubits are just over the horizon. Several groups have already announced activities on quantum processors (QP) of 50 qubits or more.

Quantum computers from superconducting qubits
Thu Apr 9th, 2020
 (
4:30 pm
)
Zoom

Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics presents "Towards a 3d Ising model with a weakly-coupled string theory dual"  
Seminar

John McGreevy (UC San Diego)

I'll discuss old and new motivations for a string theory description of the critical behavior of the 3d Ising model.

Towards a 3d Ising model with a weakly-coupled string theory dual
Mon Apr 6th, 2020
 (
2:00 pm
)
Zoom id: 165-492-015

Spring Quarter  
General

Virtual courses begin in all schools except the Graduate School of Business, School of Law and School of Medicine. These three professional schools will follow their already planned spring schedules.

Spring quarter
Mon Apr 6th, 2020
 (
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
)

IT Forum presents "Fundamental barriers to estimation in high-dimensions"  
Seminar

Michael Celentano, PhD candidate (Stanford)

Modern large-scale statistical models require to estimate thousands to millions of parameters.

Fundamental barriers to estimation in high-dimensions
Fri Apr 3rd, 2020
 (
1:15 pm
)
Zoom: stanford.zoom.us/j/516499996

Q-FARM presents "Atom arrays of ultracold strontium: new tools for metrology and many-body physics"  
Seminar

Adam Kaufman (CU Boulder)

The development of microscopic detection of ensembles of neutral atoms has transformed our ability to study complex many-body systems.

Atom arrays of ultracold strontium: new tools for metrology and many-body physics
Wed Apr 1st, 2020
 (
12:00 pm
)
Zoom link: stanford.zoom.us/j/987676025
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