Events

Applied Physics/Physics Colloquium: Critical Metals: Lessons from quantum Monte Carlo studies  
Seminar

Prof. Erez Berg (University of Chicago)

TBA

Critical Metals: Lessons from quantum Monte Carlo studies
Tue Jan 30th, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Hewlett 201

SystemX Seminar: Using the Stanford Driving Simulator for Human Machine Interaction Studies  
Seminar

Larry Cathey (Vail Lab, Stanford University)

The driving simulator at Stanford is used for human-in-the-loop, human-machine interaction (HMI) driving studies. Many of the studies focus on shared control between humans and autonomous systems.

Using the Stanford Driving Simulator for Human Machine Interaction Studies
Thu Jan 25th, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Y2E2 111

SCIEN Talk: Learning where to look in 360 environments  
Seminar

Professor Kristen Grauman (University of Texas at Austin)

Many vision tasks require not just categorizing a well-composed human-taken photo, but also intelligently deciding "where to look" in order to get a meaningful observation in the first place.

Learning where to look in 360 environments
Wed Jan 24th, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Packard 101

Applied Physics/Physics Colloquium: Searches for new Physics with Nuclear Spin Precession  
Seminar

Prof. Mike Romalis (Princeton University)

Prof. Mike Romalis of Princeton University will give the Applied Physics/Physics colloquium on Jan. 23, 2018, entitled "Searches for new Physics with Nuclear Spin Precession."

Searches for new Physics with Nuclear Spin Precession
Tue Jan 23rd, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Hewlett 201

OSA/SPIE Seminar: Imaging at the Nanoscale Within Live Brain Tissues  
Seminar

Dr. Laurent Cognet (University of Bordeaux, LP2N - Institut d’Optique & CNRS, Talence, France)

Single molecule microscopy allows nanometer localization of the detected emitters and subtle probing of their spatio-temporal nano-environment including in living neuronal cells [1].

Imaging at the Nanoscale Within Live Brain Tissues
Tue Jan 23rd, 2018
 (
4:15 pm
)
Spilker 232

The ATLAS Reverse-GPS System: High-Throughput Wildlife Tracking  
General

Sivan Toledo (Tel-Aviv University)

ATLAS is a reverse-GPS system that localizes radio transmitters (tags) attached to wild animals. The tags are lightweight (down to less than 1g), inexpensive, and energy-efficient.

The ATLAS Reverse-GPS System: High-Throughput Wildlife Tracking
Mon Jan 22nd, 2018
 (
10:00 am
)
Gates 219

Intro to Unity Workshop  
Student

lead by Rabbit Hole member Khoi Le

From Rabbit Hole VR Club: Come build your own game from the ground up using Unity, the main game engine used for VR development in the industry.

Intro to Unity Workshop
Sat Jan 20th, 2018
 (
6:00 pm
)
lab64 (Packard 064)

SystemX Seminar: Programmable and Smart Silicon Interposers for 3D Chip Stacks  
Seminar

Jawad Nasrullah (President and Chief Technology Officer, zGlue)

With increased demands for computation and the slowdown of CMOS scaling, alternative methods for further miniaturization of electronics are gaining momentum.

Programmable and Smart Silicon Interposers for 3D Chip Stacks
Thu Jan 18th, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Y2E2 111

SmartGrid Seminar: Adam Wierman  
Seminar

Adam Wierman (Caltech)

The speakers are renowned scholars or industry experts in power and energy systems. We believe they will bring novel insights and fruitful discussions to Stanford.

TBA
Thu Jan 18th, 2018
 (
1:30 pm
)
Y2E2 111

SCIEN Talk: Driverless Anything and the Role of LiDAR  
Seminar

Dr. Alex Lidow (Efficient Power Conversion)

LiDAR, or light detection and ranging, is a versatile light-based remote sensing technology that has been the subject of a great deal of attention in recent times.

Driverless Anything and the Role of LiDAR
Wed Jan 17th, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Packard 101

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