Events

SPRC Workshop, "Sensors for Mobility"  
General

The "Future of Mobility" is revolutionizing the way we live and conduct our business, both in mobile communicators (cell phones, tablets, etc.) and automotive (autonomous and connected driving).

Future of Mobility
Fri May 31st, 2019
 (
(All day)
)
Huang Building, Mackenzie Room

Smart Grid Seminar: Electric Vehicle Market  
Seminar

Dr. Jing Li (MIT)

TBA

Electric Vehicle Market
Thu May 30th, 2019
 (
1:30 pm
)
Y2E2 111

EE380 Computer Systems Colloquium topic TBA  
Seminar

Robert Iannuci (CMU Silicon Valley Campus)

details TBA

TBA
Wed May 29th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Shriram 104

SCIEN presents "Computational Imaging at Light"  
Seminar

Radek Grzeszczuk (Light)

Light develops computational imaging technologies that utilize heterogenous constellations of small cameras to create sophisticated imaging effects.

Computational Imaging at Light
Wed May 29th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Packard 101

EE Bachelor of Science Senior '18-'19 BBQ  
Student

~ EE Seniors ~

EE Bachelor of Science Senior '18-'19 BBQ
Wed May 29th, 2019
 (
12:00 pm
)
Packard Grove

Applied Physics/Physics Colloquium  
Seminar

Irfan Siddiqi (UC Berkeley)

details TBA

 

TBA
Tue May 28th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Hewlett 201

“Entrepreneurship in Asian High-Tech Industries” Final Spring Seminars  
Seminar

Peng T. Ong (Monk’s Hill Ventures)

Details unavailable.

 

Please RSVP.

The Expanding Ecosystem for Entrepreneurship in South East Asia
Tue May 28th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Skilling Auditorium

IT Forum & ISL Colloquium present "Extracting information from cells"  
Seminar

Professor Lior Pachter (Caltech)

Genomic approaches to studying the molecular biology of the cell have advanced considerably over the pas few years, and it is now possible to make high-throughput measurements of molecules in individual cells.

Extracting information from cells
Fri May 24th, 2019
 (
1:15 pm
)
Packard 202

Material challenges and opportunities in next generation electronics: from non-silicon electronics to artificial neural networks  
Seminar

Prof. Jeehwan Kim (MIT)

The current electronics industry has been completely dominated by Si-based devices due to its exceptionally low materials cost.

Material challenges and opportunities in next generation electronics: from non-silicon electronics to artificial neural networks
Thu May 23rd, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
Huang Building, Room 018

OSA/SPIE, SPRC and Ginzton Lab present "Recent Advances in Submarine Fiber Optical Systems"  
Seminar

Dr. Stephen Grubb (Global Optical Architect, Facebook)

Undersea fiber optical systems have shown tremendous advances over the past one or two decades. Capacities have increased by 20x while the cost per bit of submarine transmission has decreased by 250 times.

Recent Advances in Submarine Fiber Optical Systems
Thu May 23rd, 2019
 (
4:15 pm
)
Spilker 232

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