Please join the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department for the 2018-19 Research Colloquium Series on Tuesday mornings, featuring experts who discuss current issues in the electrical & computer engineering field. Talks are open to both students and the public. Live streaming is available for most talks.
EE 500C/491 students
Please note that the Colloquium does not meet every week. Credit for EE 500C / EE 491 is attendance based. You must attend the majority of Colloquium talks to obtain credit (1 credit for the quarter) — the exact number will be announced when the speakers are announced.
All students must sign the sign-in sheet provided at the back of the lecture theater between 10:20am and 10:40am to verify your attendance. At 10:40am, the sign-up sheets are removed. If you are not signed in at the beginning of the lecture, you will be considered absent. There are no exceptions to this policy. Credit is attendance based. All students must sign the sign-up sheet provided in the lecture theater to verify attendance (no exceptions).
Sub-wavelength Field Control with Embedded Electronics: Towards a New Class of mm-scale mmWave-Terahertz Optical Systems
IEEE 802.11ay: technical capabilities of a millimeter wave technology designed to address the insatiable desire for wireless data capacity
Carlos Cordeiro, Intel Corporation
Claire Tomlin, University of California, Berkeley
Prem Kumar, Northwestern University
Jonathan Lynch, HRL Laboratories
Mo Li, University of Washington
Amy Orsborn, University of Washington ECE
Edwin Barnes, Virginia Tech
Yasaman Ghasempour, Rice University
Monroe D. Kennedy, University of Pennsylvania
Sajjad Moazeni, Columbia University
Mark O'Malley, Energy Systems Integration at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Ritesh Agarwal, University of Pennsylvania
Arka Majumdar, University of Washington ECE
Liang Feng, University of Pennsylvania
Brian Johnson, University of Washington ECE
The Photonic Dimers and Many-Photon Quantum Systems — A new resource for quantum optical science and technology
Jung-Tsung Shen, Washington University
Watching the Colloquium
Video is available for all colloquia unless noted. There are several ways to watch:
- Watch the live stream as it happens! You can find it right on our YouTube channel main page.
- Click on the "Watch the video" link beneath each talk listing. These videos will generally be posted a few days after the talk.
- Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Videos will show up on the channel a few days after the talk - usually at the same time they're posted to this page.
If you would like to receive email reminders for our colloquium talks, please send email to email@example.com to be added to the list.
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