Events

Workshop in Biostatistics  
Seminar

Prof Chunhua Weng (Columbia)

TBA

TBA
Thu May 6th, 2021
 (
2:30 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

Peer Advising Hours:

dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Thu May 6th, 2021
 (
2:00 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

Peer Advising Hours:

dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Thu May 6th, 2021
 (
10:00 am PDT
)

SCIEN colloquium and EE292E seminar: Pushing the Boundaries of Novel View Synthesis  
Seminar

Prof Angjoo Kanazawa (UC Berkeley)

2020 was a turbulent year, but for 3D learning it was a fruitful one with lots of exciting new tools and ideas.

Pushing the Boundaries of Novel View Synthesis
Wed May 5th, 2021
 (
4:30 pm PDT
)

Industrial AI presents "Robotics, AI and Risk"  
Seminar

Michael Harries (The Robotics Hub)

Michael will be discussing the robotics industry, why it matters today, and what's coming next.

Robotics, AI and Risk
Wed May 5th, 2021
 (
4:00 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

Peer Advising Hours:

dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Wed May 5th, 2021
 (
1:00 pm PDT
)

Q-FARM presents "Quantum probes of two-dimensional materials"  
Seminar

Javier Sanchez-Yamagishi (UC Irvine)

Spin qubits based on diamond NV centers can detect tiny magnetic fields; thin two-dimensional materials produce tiny magnetic fields. Do they make a good match?

Quantum probes of two-dimensional materials
Wed May 5th, 2021
 (
12:00 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

Peer Advising Hours:

dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Wed May 5th, 2021
 (
10:00 am PDT
)

Statistics Seminar welcomes Shankar Bhamidi  
Seminar

Shankar Bhamidi (UNC, Chapel Hill)

TBA

TBA
Tue May 4th, 2021
 (
4:30 pm PDT
)

Applied Physics/Physics Colloquium: Imaging the dark matter with millions of stars  
Seminar

David Hogg (NYU)

The ESA Gaia mission has delivered amazingly accurate spatial and kinematic measurements for millions of stars, and rapidly improving information on a billion more.

Imaging the dark matter with millions of stars
Tue May 4th, 2021
 (
4:30 pm PDT
)

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