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AP483 Seminar: A perspective on petahertz (nano)electronics  
Seminar

Prof Matthias Kling (Stanford)

Ultrafast electronic dynamics of solid-state materials, particularly under light excitation, are of great interests both fundamentally and practically due to the wide applications of optoelectronic devices, such as tr

A perspective on petahertz (nano)electronics
Mon Jan 31st, 2022
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4:15 pm PST
)
Spilker 232 + Zoom

Probability Seminar  
Seminar

Arka Adhikari (Stanford)

Abstract TBA

See site link below for details

TBA
Mon Jan 31st, 2022
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4:00 pm PST
)
Sequoia 200

SystemX Seminar: AI & Blockchain: First & Second Line of defense for IoT Applications and Devices  
Seminar

Prof. Ahmed Banafa (San Jose State Univ)

IoT Applications and Devices are growing by folds, estimated over 20 billion devices connected by the end of 2020, protecting such application and devices is not and easy task keeping in mind that IoT as an ecosystem

AI & Blockchain: First & Second Line of defense for IoT Applications and Devices
Thu Jan 27th, 2022
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5:30 pm PST
)
Hewlett 103

ISL Colloquium  
Seminar

Prof Julia Salzman (Stanford)

Abstract Pending

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TBA
Thu Jan 27th, 2022
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4:00 pm PST
)

US-ATMC Feature: Women in Japanese Business  
Seminar

Join us for an engaging discussion about the complexities and practicalities of being a businesswoman in Japan.

Women in Japanese Business Panel Discussion
Thu Jan 27th, 2022
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3:15 pm PST
)

SCIEN and EE292E: Highlights of the 2021 International Image Sensor Workshop  
Seminar

Dr. Boyd Fowler (Omnivision)

The International Image Sensor Workshop is held every two years. It alternates between USA, Europe and Asia. In 2021 it was held as a virtual workshop.

Highlights of the 2021 International Image Sensor Workshop
Wed Jan 26th, 2022
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4:30 pm PST
)

SystemX Bonus Lecture: Lithium-ion batteries for electrified vehicles and beyond  
Seminar

Prof. Simona Onori (Stanford)

In this lecture, I will give an overview of hybrid and electric vehicle systems, battery technologies, the charging infrastructure, and grid integration.

Lithium-ion batteries for electrified vehicles and beyond
Tue Jan 25th, 2022
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2:00 pm PST
)
Packard 202

AP 483 Seminar: An energy eco-systems perspective towards achieving 50% CO2 reduction in ten years  
Seminar

Prof Bert Hesselink (Stanford)

As many countries are committed to reducing CO2 by 50% in approximately ten years, the question we raise is: What is the optimal strategy to achieve this goal, while minimizing cost?

An energy eco-systems perspective towards achieving 50% CO2 reduction in ten years
Mon Jan 24th, 2022
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4:15 pm PST
)

Probability Seminar  
Seminar

Ben Morris (UC Davis)

Abstract TBA

See site link below for details

TBA
Mon Jan 24th, 2022
 (
11:30 am PST
)
Sequoia 200

IT-Forum: Algorithmic Obstructions in the Random Number Partitioning Problem  
Seminar

Eren Kizildag (MIT)

We consider the algorithmic problem of finding a near-optimal solution for the number partitioning problem (NPP).

Algorithmic Obstructions in the Random Number Partitioning Problem
Fri Jan 21st, 2022
 (
2:00 pm PST
)

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