ECE Lectures Archive – 2009

ECE Colloquia

  • 1/28 Patrick Thiran, School of Computer and Comm. Sciences, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
    “Fairness, Spatial Reuse and Phase Transition in CSMA/CA Wireless Networks”
  • 3/18 Amy Reibman, Comm. Sciences and Artificial Intelligence, AT&T Labs Research
    “Monitoring Video Quality Inside a Network”

ECE Seminars

  • 1/16 Stephen Cronin, Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
    “One-Dimensional Physics in Individual Suspended Carbon Nanotubes”
  • 1/30 Warren J. Gross, Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University
    “Algorithms and Architectures for Signal Processing and Scientific Computing on FPGAs”
  • 2/18 Yehia Massoud, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rice University
    “Modeling and Design Solutions for Emerging and Nanoscale Computing Systems”
  • 3/3 Ajay Joshi, Integrated Systems Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    “Interconnect Design: From Emerging Devices to Energy-efficient Networks”
  • 3/16 Sharon Goldberg, Electrical Engineering, Princeton University
    “Securing Internet Routing”
  • 3/17 Christopher Batten, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    “Manycore Vector-Thread Architectures”
  • 3/19 Deniz Gunduz, Electrical Engineering, Princeton University
    “Cross-layer Design for Wireless Networks without Sacrificing Modularity”
  • 3/23 Sergey Rudin, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
    “Non-linear plasma waves in gated graphene and application for the detection of terahertz signals”
  • 3/25 Noel Giebink, Electrical Engineering and Physics, Princeton University
    “Advances in organic light emitting diodes and lasers”
  • 3/25 Diana Young, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    “From Music Performance to Rehabilitation: Measuring Human Motion Using Local Sensing Systems”
  • 3/26 Tammara Massey, Computer Science Department, University of California Los Angeles
    “Data Driven and Optimization Techniques for Mobile Health Systems”
  • 3/30 Dr. Joseph Rizzo, Center for Innovative Visual Rehabilitation, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
    “Engineering Technologies for Retinal Prosthetic Devices to Restore Vision to the Blind: What is the Visual Potential of these Devices?”
  • 3/31 Jing Li, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
    “Robust Heterogeneous Systems in Emerging Technologies: A TFT-CMOS 3D System for Testable/Reliable Operation”
  • 4/2 Suhas Diggavi, School of Computer and Comm. Sciences, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
    “Wireless Network Information Flow”
  • 4/6 Gerasimos Konstantatos, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto
    “Solution-processed quantum dot photodetectors”
  • 4/9 Ayse Coskun, Computer Science and Engineering, University of California San Diego
    “Efficient Dynamic Thermal Management for Multiprocessor Systems”
  • 4/13 Yunsi Fei, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Connecticut
    “Machine-Learning-based Adaptive Network Design for Lifetime Extension in Underwater Sensor Networks”
  • 4/30 Lara Dolecek, Lab. for Information and Decision Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    “High-Speed Complex Systems: Harnessing Core Structures and Randomness”
  • 5/1 Irena Knezevic, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin Madison
    “Thermoelectric properties of silicon nanowires”
  • 5/7 Vinod Prabhakaran, Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    “Wireless Interference Management: A Fundamental Approach”
  • 5/11 Christina Fragouli, School of Computer and Comm. Sciences, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
    “Properties and Applications of Network Coding”
  • 9/9 Prakash Ishwar, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Boston University
    “An Information Processing Tour of Sensor Networks”
  • 9/10 Anna Swan, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Boston University
    “Carbon: World’s oldest and newest material”
  • 9/15 Alberto Sangiovanni Vincentelli, Electrical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley
    “Collaboration for Innovation in Electronic System Design”
  • 9/16 Charles A. Bouman, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
    “Model Based Imaging: In Search of the Free Lunch”
  • 10/13 Andrei Khrennikov, Applied Mathematics, University of Vaxjo, Sweden
    “Can Fluctuations of Classical Random Field Produce Quantum Correlation?”
  • 10/14 Michael Goldstein, Senior Principal Physicist, Intel Corporation
    “Nanolithography: Optics and Adjacent Research Opportunities”
  • 10/21 Farzad Kamalabadi, Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    “Spatiotemporal Image Reconstruction: A Computationally Efficient State Space Approach”
  • 11/6 Gennady Shvets, Physics, University of Texas at Austin
    “Negative Index Metamaterials and Their Applications to Subdiffraction Imaging and Infrared Light Harvesting”
  • 11/30 Samarjit Chakraborty, Institute for Real-Time Computer Systems, TU Munich, Germany
    “Multimedia Power Management on a Platter: From Audio, to Video and Games”
  • 12/1 Stefan Maier, Centre for Plasmonics & Metamaterials, Imperial College London
    “New Concepts in Nanoplasmonics & Plasmonic Metamaterials”
  • 12/3 Stephen K. Doorn, Physical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Group, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    “Raman Studies of Exciton Behavior in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes”