ECE Speaker Series 2022

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Ashok Cutkosky, Assistant Professor, Boston University, “Learning in Dynamic Environments” February 1st, 2022.



George Tzimpragos, PhD Candidate, University of California Santa Barbara, “Computing Using Time” February 8th, 2022.



Aishwarya Ganesan, Post-Doctoral Researcher, VMware Research, “Consistency and Performance in Distributed Storage Systems” February 10th, 2022.



Udit Gupta, PhD Candidate, Harvard University, “Faster, smarter, and greener systems for data-center scale AI” February 17th, 2022.



Archana Venkataraman, John C. Malone Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University, “Biologically Inspired Deep Learning as a New Window into Brain Dysfunction” February 22nd, 2022.


Kostis Kaffes, PhD Candidate, Stanford University, “Solving the Cloud Efficiency Crisis with Fast and Accessible Scheduling” February 24th, 2022.



Shuwen Deng, PhD Candidate, Yale University, “Processor Microarchitecture Security” March 1st, 2022.



Soumyadip Sengupta, Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of Washington, Seattle, “Inverse Graphics for Next-Gen Video Communication” March 3rd, 2022.



Vivek Boominathan, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Rice University, “Optics, Sensors & AI: Next-Generation Computational Imaging” March 15th, 2022.



Huaicheng Li, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Carnegie Mellon University, “Towards Predictable and Efficient Datacenter Storage” March 17th, 2022.



Liyue Shen, PhD Candidate, Stanford University, “AI-Powered Computational Imaging and Processing for Advancing Visualization and Perception in Biomedical Applications” March 22th, 2022.


Ulugbek Kamilov, Assistant Professor, Washington University, St. Louis, “Computational Imaging: Reconciling Physical and Learned Models” March 24th, 2022.


Shu Kong, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Carnegie Mellon University, “Open-World Visual Perception” March 29th, 2022.



Jeffrey Moses, Assistant Professor, Cornell University, “Tackling Longstanding Challenges in Ultrafast Nonlinear Optics via Foreign but Familiar Physics” April 4th, 2022.


Gianluca Stringhini, Assistant Professor, Boston University, “Computational Methods to Measure and Mitigate Malicious Online Activity” April 26th, 2022.