Events

SystemX presents Quantum Computing with Spins in Silicon  
Seminar

Dr. Thomas Watson (Intel)

The realization of quantum computers will provide a new and unprecedented computing resource that could significantly impact many industries ranging from medicine to artificial intelligence.

Quantum computing with spins in silicon
Thu Feb 28th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Bldg. 380 Rm. 380X

Special Seminar: Molecular imaging at a cellular in vivo using Optical Coherence Tomography  
Seminar

Adam de la Zerda (Stanford)

Molecular imaging offers a unique real time view of biochemical processes taking place inside a living subject, typically at a compromise of either spatial resolution or tissue depth of penetration.

Molecular imaging at a cellular in vivo using Optical Coherence Tomography
Thu Feb 28th, 2019
 (
4:00 pm
)
Alway Building, Room M114

SmartGrid Seminar presents "Renewable Integration"  
Seminar

Miguel Ortega-Vazquez (University of Washington)

See Bits & Watts webpage, linked below.

Renewable Integration
Thu Feb 28th, 2019
 (
1:30 pm
)
Y2E2 111

EE380 Computer Systems Colloquium presents Judith Estrin  
Seminar

Judith Estrin (JLabsLLC)

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TBA
Wed Feb 27th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Shriram 104

Applied Physics/Physics Colloquium presents New Perspectives on the Riemann Hypothesis  
Seminar

Andre Leclair (Cornell University)

The Riemann Hypothesis is widely considered as the greatest unsolved problem in pure mathematics, conjectured nearly over 160 years ago.

New Perspectives on the Riemann Hypothesis
Tue Feb 26th, 2019
 (
4:15 pm
)
Hewlett 201

EE Colloquium presents Biomedical data sharing and analysis with privacy  
Department

Researchers around the globe are gathering biomedical information at a massive scale.

Biomedical data sharing and analysis with privacy
Tue Feb 26th, 2019
 (
9:00 am
)
Allen 101X

ICME presents Introduction to Active Learning  
Seminar

Jennifer Prendki (Startup Advisor and Entrepreneur; Founder and CEO of Alectio)

The greatest challenge when building a high-performance model isn't about choosing the right algorithm or doing hyperparameter tuning: it is about getting high quality labeled training data.

Introduction to Active Learning
Mon Feb 25th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Building 200, Room 305

AP483 Optics & Electronics Seminar presents Seeing is Believing: The Role of Materials in Painting Life  
Seminar

Barbara Berrie (Scientific Research Department, National Gallery of Art)

AP 483 & AMO Seminar Series
Time:
4:15 pm, every Monday (Refreshments begin at 4 pm)

Seeing is Believing: The Role of Materials in Painting Life
Mon Feb 25th, 2019
 (
4:15 pm
)
Spilker 232

EEPROM 2019: The Roaring TwentEEs  
Student

EEProm is coming and sure to be the Bee's Knees! We'll have drinks, EANABs, catering, a photo booth, and tons of tunes for all you hoofers.
The Roaring TwentEEs!
Fri Feb 22nd, 2019
 (
8:30 pm
)
Rains Hacienda Commons

IT Forum presents "Adapting Maximum Likelihood Theory in Modern Applications"  
Seminar

Feng Ruan (Stanford)

Maximum likelihood estimation (MLE) is influential because it can be easily applied to generate optimal, statistically efficient procedures for broad classes of estimation problems.

Adapting Maximum Likelihood Theory in Modern Applications
Fri Feb 22nd, 2019
 (
1:15 pm
)
Packard 202

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