Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Upcoming Events

Monday  Mar. 30, 2015
Building Mobile Technologies for Underserved Communities
Nicola Dell
PhD Candidate
University of Washington
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 1690 Beyster

On extremal auxiliaries in multiuser information theory
Chandra Nair
Professor
Chinese University of Hong Kong
4:00pm - 5:00pm in EECS 3316


Thursday  Apr. 02, 2015
Perception of People and Scenes for Robot Learning from Demonstration
Chad Jenkins
Associate Professor
Brown University
09:00am - 10:00am in 1690 Beyster

Convergence to pure-strategy Nash equilibria under simple learning rules and selection of resilient pure-strategy Nash equilibria
Richard La
Professor
University of Maryland, ECE Department
4:00pm - 5:00pm in Dow 1010


Friday  Apr. 03, 2015
On the equivalence between simulated annealing and Interior Point Methods
Jacob Abernethy
University of Michigan
10:30am - 11:30am in 4901 BBB

Infinite Dimensional Optimization for Safety Critical Human-in-the-Loop Systems
Ram Vasudevan
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan, Mechanical Engineering
3:30pm - 4:30pm in 1500 EECS


Monday  Apr. 06, 2015
Making Data Analysis Really About Analysis
Jiannan Wang
Post Doc
University of California Berkeley
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 1690 Beyster


Wednesday  Apr. 08, 2015
Architecting Components for a 10 Billion Transistor Processor
Reetuparna Das
Asst Research Scientist
U of M
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 1690 Beyster

Advances in III-V Heterostructure Devices and Integration for Millimeter-Wave and THz Sensing and Imaging
Patrick Fay
Professor
University of Notre Dame
5:30pm - 7:00pm in 1303 EECS


Monday  Apr. 13, 2015
CSE Seminar
Scott Aaronson
Associate Professor
MIT
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 1690 Beyster


Tuesday  Apr. 14, 2015
CSE Seminar
Dana Moshkovitz Aaronson
Assistant Professor
MIT
09:00am - 10:00am in 1690 Beyster


Thursday  Apr. 16, 2015
Energy Efficient Architectures Using Three Dimensional Integration and Near-Threshold Computing
Ron Dreslinski
Asst Research Scientist
U of M
09:00am - 10:00am in 1690 Beyster


Friday  Apr. 17, 2015
Modeling, Sensing and Control of Unstable Physical Human-Machine Interactions: A Rider-Bicycle Example
Jingang Yi
Professor
Rutgers University
3:30pm - 4:30pm in 1500 EECS


Monday  Apr. 20, 2015
Power Struggles: Designing Processors In the Energy-Constrained Future
Emily Blem
Software Engineer
Google
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 1690 Beyster


Monday  Jun. 22, 2015
MiBytes - Tinkering with Mobile Apps Day 1
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Tuesday  Jun. 23, 2015
MiBytes - Tinkering with Mobile Apps Day 2
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Wednesday  Jun. 24, 2015
MiBytes - Tinkering with Mobile Apps Day 3
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Thursday  Jun. 25, 2015
MiBytes - Tinkering with Mobile Apps Day 4
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Friday  Jun. 26, 2015
MiBytes - Tinkering with Mobile Apps Day 5
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Monday  Jul. 06, 2015
MiBytes - Game Design & Development Day 1
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Tuesday  Jul. 07, 2015
MiBytes - Game Design & Development Day 2
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Wednesday  Jul. 08, 2015
MiBytes - Game Design & Development Day 3
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Thursday  Jul. 09, 2015
MiBytes - Game Design & Development Day 4
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Friday  Jul. 10, 2015
MiBytes - Game Design & Development Day 5
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Monday  Jul. 13, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 1
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Tuesday  Jul. 14, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 2
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Wednesday  Jul. 15, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 3
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Thursday  Jul. 16, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 4
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Friday  Jul. 17, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 5
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Monday  Jul. 20, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 6
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Tuesday  Jul. 21, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 7
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Wednesday  Jul. 22, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 8
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Thursday  Jul. 23, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 9
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building


Friday  Jul. 24, 2015
MiBytes - Hacking in a Digital World Day 10
08:00am - 5:00pm in Beyster Building

 
Past Events

Friday  Mar. 27, 2015
Approximation Algorithms for Stochastic Orienteering
Viswanath Nagarajan
University of Michigan

Robust and Efficient Real-time Mapping for Autonomous Robots
Michael Kaess
Assistant Research Professor
Carnegie Mellon University


Thursday  Mar. 26, 2015
Performance and Reliability in Modern Storage Systems
Vijay Chidambaram
PhD Candidate
UW Madison


Wednesday  Mar. 25, 2015
Quantum Research Group

Structuring Peer Interactions for Learning at Scale
Chinmay Kulkarni
PhD Candidate
Stanford


Tuesday  Mar. 24, 2015
What’s in My Data? Fast, Principled Algorithms for Exploring Large Graphs
Danai Koutra
PhD Candidate
Carnegie Mellon


Monday  Mar. 23, 2015
What the $#@! Is Parallelism? (And Why Should Anyone Care?)
Charles E. Leiserson
Edwin Sibley Webster Professor of EECS
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Emotion Technology, Wearables, and Surprises
Rosalind Picard
Founder and Director of the Affective Computing Research Group
Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Friday  Mar. 20, 2015
Control of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for Power Tracking
Faryar Jabbari
Professor
University of California, Irvine

Wolverine Soft Shammy Jam


Thursday  Mar. 19, 2015
Mending the Application-Network Gap in Big Data Analytics
Mosharaf Chowdhury
PhD Candidate
University of California Berkeley


Wednesday  Mar. 18, 2015
Higher lower bounds from the 3SUM conjecture
Tsvi Kopelowitz
Postdoctoral Researcher
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Mar. 17, 2015
Towards One-Size-Fits-All Data Systems
Alekh Jindal
Post Doc
MIT


Monday  Mar. 16, 2015
Rethinking The Functional Boundaries of Integrated Radio-Frequency Systems Enables New Wireless Communication Paradigms
Harish Krishnaswamy
Associate Professor
Columbia University

 

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