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Student Club Activity

Stanford Amateur Radio Club, W6YX: Introduction to MIMO Communication and Simple Ways to Use it in GNU Radio

Topic: 
Introduction to MIMO Communication and Simple Ways to Use it in GNU Radio
Abstract / Description: 

Details pending at the time of publishing.

Please refer to the link below.

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, January 11, 2022 - 7:30pm

Next Generation Cybersecurity in the Enterprise

Topic: 
Next Generation Cybersecurity in the Enterprise
Abstract / Description: 

The whack-a-mole approach to security is not working; we needed to change the mindset from following the attacker to following the code: the root to solving the security problem is preventing unauthorized code from attackers or other third-parties from running on applications. Protecting the integrity of an application, in real-time, is becoming a minimum requirement to ensuring the security of every enterprise. But how? When implementing real-time application monitoring policies, there are typically two major pain points: policy creation and policy maintenance and flexibility. This session will detail different approaches about how to tackle these pain points to provide the next-generation of application security. Specifically, the talk will dive into the question of how to monitor an application at runtime protecting it against fileless attacks while doing so in a practical manner. The next- generation of application runtime security needs to be deterministic, yet flexible enough to adapt the real-time behavior of the application.


Sponsorship:
Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the IEEE Information Theory Society
Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the IEEE Computer Society

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 6:00pm

SoE Harvest Celebration for International Graduate Students

Topic: 
SoE Harvest Celebration for International Graduate Students
Abstract / Description: 

EE international graduate students,

The School of Engineering hosts a holiday celebration for international graduate students in engineering!

 

Food, drink, and games will be provided.

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, November 23, 2021 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Venue: 
Huang Amphitheater

Reframing the EE Graduate Student Experience

Topic: 
Promoting a sense of belonging during a particularly vulnerable time in graduate school and providing students with tools to help them succeed.
Abstract / Description: 

Students for UnderRepresented Groups in EE in collaboration with Computer Forum present

Reframing the EE Graduate Student Experience -  a one-day event to benefit graduate students in EE.

The event promotes a sense of belonging during a particularly vulnerable time in graduate school and will provide students with tools for success. Students will reflect on their definitions of a successful graduate school career, reframe their current challenges as being surmountable, and be empowered to use available resources for help. Lunch is provided during the event. Randomized lunch seating will allow students to meet others in their department outside of their previous friends or research group.
Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 4, 2021 - 9:00am
Venue: 
Allen and Packard Buildings

lab64's Winter Break PCB Assembly Party

Topic: 
Winter Break PCB Assembly Party
Abstract / Description: 

This is one of lab64's traditional build-a-board workshops. Custom boards are welcome but *not* required; we'll have some cute kits to build so everyone leaves with a super-excellent holiday gizmo!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (lab64)

Lab64's Winter Holiday PCB Design Workshop

Topic: 
Winter Holiday PCB Design Workshop
Abstract / Description: 

Winter Holiday PCB Design Workshop 

... snowflakes, snowpeople, reindeer, gingerbread house shapes... anything you can imagine!

 

This is a workshop where we provide the schematic and you provide the board SHAPE. Once we have your PCB shape in the layout software, we'll help you place the components, check for manufacturability, and send it out for fabrication! In a few days you'll have your very own custom PCB ready for assembly!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (lab64)

Lab64: Halloween PCB Assembly Party

Topic: 
Halloween PCB Assembly Party
Abstract / Description: 

Halloween Soldering / PCB Assembly Workshop

This is one of lab64's traditional build-a-board workshops. Custom boards are welcome but *not* required; we'll have some cute kits to build so everyone leaves with a super-excellent Halloween gizmo!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (Lab64)

Lab64: Halloween PCB Design Workshop

Topic: 
Halloween PCB Design Workshop
Abstract / Description: 

Halloween themed PCB DESIGN Workshop

This is a workshop where we provide the schematic and you provide the board SHAPE. We're talking pumpkins, ghosts, etc. Once we have your PCB shape in the layout software, we'll help you place the components, check for manufacturability, and send it out for fabrication! In a few days you'll have your very own custom PCB ready for assembly!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (Lab64)

OSA/SPIE and GSEE Welcome Mixer

Topic: 
OSA/SPIE and GSEE Welcome Mixer
Abstract / Description: 

Along with GSEE (Stanford's graduate student EE org), it is our pleasure to welcome you to our big welcome mixer (with free BBQ food!) between GSEE and Stanford's Optical Society (OSA)/SPIE chapter. Both GSEE and OSA have several fun events planned for the year so please join us and mingle with fellow classmates while enjoying some delicious BBQ.

 

To give us a headcount and an idea for dietary preference, please RSVP! Even if you are not planning to attend, please fill out the form especially if you want to join either the GSEE or OSA/SPIE mailing lists.

Date and Time: 
Friday, October 1, 2021 - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Packard Grove

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GSEE, WEE, FUSE, SU IEEE

Next Generation Cybersecurity in the Enterprise

Topic: 
Next Generation Cybersecurity in the Enterprise
Abstract / Description: 

The whack-a-mole approach to security is not working; we needed to change the mindset from following the attacker to following the code: the root to solving the security problem is preventing unauthorized code from attackers or other third-parties from running on applications. Protecting the integrity of an application, in real-time, is becoming a minimum requirement to ensuring the security of every enterprise. But how? When implementing real-time application monitoring policies, there are typically two major pain points: policy creation and policy maintenance and flexibility. This session will detail different approaches about how to tackle these pain points to provide the next-generation of application security. Specifically, the talk will dive into the question of how to monitor an application at runtime protecting it against fileless attacks while doing so in a practical manner. The next- generation of application runtime security needs to be deterministic, yet flexible enough to adapt the real-time behavior of the application.


Sponsorship:
Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the IEEE Information Theory Society
Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the IEEE Computer Society

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 6:00pm

SoE Harvest Celebration for International Graduate Students

Topic: 
SoE Harvest Celebration for International Graduate Students
Abstract / Description: 

EE international graduate students,

The School of Engineering hosts a holiday celebration for international graduate students in engineering!

 

Food, drink, and games will be provided.

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, November 23, 2021 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Venue: 
Huang Amphitheater

Reframing the EE Graduate Student Experience

Topic: 
Promoting a sense of belonging during a particularly vulnerable time in graduate school and providing students with tools to help them succeed.
Abstract / Description: 

Students for UnderRepresented Groups in EE in collaboration with Computer Forum present

Reframing the EE Graduate Student Experience -  a one-day event to benefit graduate students in EE.

The event promotes a sense of belonging during a particularly vulnerable time in graduate school and will provide students with tools for success. Students will reflect on their definitions of a successful graduate school career, reframe their current challenges as being surmountable, and be empowered to use available resources for help. Lunch is provided during the event. Randomized lunch seating will allow students to meet others in their department outside of their previous friends or research group.
Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 4, 2021 - 9:00am
Venue: 
Allen and Packard Buildings

lab64's Winter Break PCB Assembly Party

Topic: 
Winter Break PCB Assembly Party
Abstract / Description: 

This is one of lab64's traditional build-a-board workshops. Custom boards are welcome but *not* required; we'll have some cute kits to build so everyone leaves with a super-excellent holiday gizmo!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (lab64)

Lab64's Winter Holiday PCB Design Workshop

Topic: 
Winter Holiday PCB Design Workshop
Abstract / Description: 

Winter Holiday PCB Design Workshop 

... snowflakes, snowpeople, reindeer, gingerbread house shapes... anything you can imagine!

 

This is a workshop where we provide the schematic and you provide the board SHAPE. Once we have your PCB shape in the layout software, we'll help you place the components, check for manufacturability, and send it out for fabrication! In a few days you'll have your very own custom PCB ready for assembly!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (lab64)

Lab64: Halloween PCB Assembly Party

Topic: 
Halloween PCB Assembly Party
Abstract / Description: 

Halloween Soldering / PCB Assembly Workshop

This is one of lab64's traditional build-a-board workshops. Custom boards are welcome but *not* required; we'll have some cute kits to build so everyone leaves with a super-excellent Halloween gizmo!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (Lab64)

Lab64: Halloween PCB Design Workshop

Topic: 
Halloween PCB Design Workshop
Abstract / Description: 

Halloween themed PCB DESIGN Workshop

This is a workshop where we provide the schematic and you provide the board SHAPE. We're talking pumpkins, ghosts, etc. Once we have your PCB shape in the layout software, we'll help you place the components, check for manufacturability, and send it out for fabrication! In a few days you'll have your very own custom PCB ready for assembly!

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
Packard 064 (Lab64)

OSA/SPIE and GSEE Welcome Mixer

Topic: 
OSA/SPIE and GSEE Welcome Mixer
Abstract / Description: 

Along with GSEE (Stanford's graduate student EE org), it is our pleasure to welcome you to our big welcome mixer (with free BBQ food!) between GSEE and Stanford's Optical Society (OSA)/SPIE chapter. Both GSEE and OSA have several fun events planned for the year so please join us and mingle with fellow classmates while enjoying some delicious BBQ.

 

To give us a headcount and an idea for dietary preference, please RSVP! Even if you are not planning to attend, please fill out the form especially if you want to join either the GSEE or OSA/SPIE mailing lists.

Date and Time: 
Friday, October 1, 2021 - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Packard Grove

IEEE, Santa Clara Valley Chapter presents "Improving the stability of RNA therapeutics through biophysics, machine learning, and crowdsourcing"

Topic: 
Improving the stability of RNA therapeutics through biophysics, machine learning, and crowdsourcing
Abstract / Description: 

The COVID-19 pandemic is unlikely to end until a majority of the world's population is vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The first authorized vaccine candidates have been based on messenger RNA molecules that promote translation of SARS-CoV-2 antigen proteins. However, these vaccines currently need to be kept frozen during shipping and storage, and have been logistically problematic for delivery to developing countries and to rural populations in developed countries. The inherent chemical instability of RNA molecules sets a fundamental limit on the stability of mRNA vaccines, but a largely unexplored strategy to reduce mRNA hydrolysis is to redesign RNAs to form protected double-stranded regions while coding for the same proteins. We developed a series of principled biophysical models for RNA degradation, and used these models to launch crowdsourced design initiatives on the massive open online laboratory Eterna, as well as to develop fully-automated design algorithms. We anticipate this work will be formative for guiding future therapeutic and vaccine development in potency and stability.

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, March 24, 2021 - 6:00pm to Thursday, March 25, 2021 - 5:55pm
Venue: 
Registration required

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