Events

Special Seminar: Reliability and Availability Modeling in Practice  
Seminar

Prof. Kishor S. Trivedi (Duke University)

High reliability and availability is a requirement for most technical systems. Reliability and availability assurance methods based on probabilistic models is the topic addressed in this talk.

Reliability and Availability Modeling in Practice
Wed Jun 20th, 2018
 (
4:00 pm
)
Gates 358

2018 Commencement Ceremony  
Department

various

Please join us to celebrate the class of 2018 Electrical Engineers!

 

Commencement
Sun Jun 17th, 2018
 (
12:00 pm to 4:30 pm
)
Medical School Dean's Lawn

US-ATMC (EE402T) Seminar presents An Innovation Salon in the Japan - U.S. Innovation Awards Program  
Seminar

Masa Ishii (Managing Director of AZCA, Inc.)

Japanese companies have been coming to Silicon Valley for many decades, but in recent years that has turned into a flood.

An Innovation Salon in the Japan - U.S. Innovation Awards Program
Thu Jun 14th, 2018
 (
6:00 pm
)
Squire Patton Boggs, 1801 Page Mill Rd., #110, Palo Alto, CA

IT-Forum: Hardware-limited task-based quantization  
Seminar

Nir Shlezinger (Technion)

Quantization plays a critical role in digital signal processing systems.

Hardware-limited task-based quantization
Wed Jun 13th, 2018
 (
1:15 pm
)
Packard 202

Special Seminar: Automating Customizable Computing — From DSLs to FPGAs for Deep Learning and Beyond  
Seminar

Jason Cong (UCLA)

In the past decade, CDSC has been exploring customizable computing, which emphasizes extensive use of customized accelerators on programmable fabrics for much greater performance and energy efficiency.

Automating Customizable Computing — From DSLs to FPGAs for Deep Learning and Beyond
Mon Jun 11th, 2018
 (
2:30 pm
)
Gates 304

FUSE hosts Dead Day Dinner  
Student

Come celebrate the end of classes with other EE undergrads over a casual dinner in Packard!
(rumor is that there might be chocolate covered strawberries and macaroons).

Undergrads interested in EE
Thu Jun 7th, 2018
 (
6:00 pm
)
Packard Atrium

OSA/SPIE Seminar: Computational Optics for Multidimensional Nanoscale Imaging of Single Fluorescent Molecules  
Seminar

Matthew D. Lew (Washington University)

Visualizing the dynamic movements and interactions between biomolecules remains a challenge, motivating the development of new optical technology and computational algorithms for imaging at the nanoscale.

Computational Optics for Multidimensional Nanoscale Imaging of Single Fluorescent Molecules
Thu Jun 7th, 2018
 (
4:15 pm
)
Spilker 232

SCIEN & EE 292E: Mobile VR for vision testing and treatment  
Seminar

Dr. Ben Backus (CTO of Vivid Vision)

Consumer-level HMDs are adequate for many medical applications. Vivid Vision (VV) takes advantage of their low cost, light weight, and large VR gaming code base to make vision tests and treatments.

Mobile VR for vision testing and treatment
Wed Jun 6th, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Packard 101

EE380 Computer Systems Colloquium presents Optional Static Typing for Python  
Seminar

Guido van Rossum (Dropbox & Python Foundation)

Python is a dynamically typed language, and some of its appeal derives from this. Nevertheless, especially for large code bases, it would be nice if a compiler could find type errors before the code is even run.

Optional Static Typing for Python
Wed Jun 6th, 2018
 (
4:30 pm
)
Gates B03

Final EE267: VR project demos & posters  
Student

You are cordially invited to come see the demos and posters presented by the EE267 students!

VR project demos & posters
Wed Jun 6th, 2018
 (
3:00 pm
)
Packard 001

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