Joint Colloquium

This colloquium is dedicated to hosting presentations at the intersection of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The colloquium consists of a mix of short faculty presentations presenting their latest research results, with presentations of internationally distinguished speakers who are brought to campus to interact with our department's community.

The EECS Colloquium is sponsored by a generous donation from Hewlett-Packard.

Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 PM HP Auditorium, 306 Soda Hall (unless otherwise noted)
Refreshments 3:30 - 4:00 pm, Wozniak Lounge 430-480 Soda Hall

Spring 2005

January 19 Distinguished Lecture Series

Revenge of the Algebraists!
Matthew Ginsberg
University of Oregon

January 26
Distinguished Lecture Series

Estimation Theory and Information Theory: New Connetions
Sergio Verdu
EE Department, Princeton

February 2
Distinguished Lecture Series

Embracing Statistical Challenges in the Information Technology Age
Bin Yu
UC Berkeley, Dept. of Statistics

February 9
Distinguished Lecture Series

Seminar Cancelled

February 16
Distinguished Lecture Series

Seminar Cancelled

February 23
Distinguished Lecture Series

Cross-layer design of wireless ad-hoc networks: is it better to be robust, quick, or responsive?
Andrea Goldsmith
Stanford University

March 2
Distinguished Lecture Series

Carbon Nanotube Electronics
Ali Javey
Professor, EECS, UC Berkeley

March 9
Distinguished Lecture Series

Seminar Cancelled

March 30
Distinguished Lecture Series

Principles of Image Representation in the Visual Cortex
Bruno Olshausen

April 6
Distinguished Lecture Series

Reasoning about Reliability and Security Using Boolean Methods
Sanjit Seshia
Professor, EECS, UC Berkeley

April 13
Distinguished Lecture Series

High-Integration, Programmable Wireless Interfaces for Long-Range Communications
Chris Rudell

April 20
Distinguished Lecture Series

Title TBA
Guest:

April 27
Distinguished Lecture Series

Exploiting Granularity in Flash OFDM
Tom Richardson

May 4
Distinguished Lecture Series

Walking and Running in Bipedal Robots: Control Theory and Experiments
Jessy Grizzle
EECS Department, University of Michigan

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