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ECE Distinguished Colloquium Series

Jan 1, 2021 - May 31, 2021 Spring 2021

Phase Calibration and Imaging in Interferometric Arrays

Phase Calibration and Imaging in Interferometric Arrays

Athol Kemball, Ph.D., Department of Astronomy, UIUC

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/81035582083?pwd=Qzd5dHg5QU1lcXkwejQ4UWRZSkJMUT09 (Meeting ID: 810 3558 2083, Password: 918370)

Biological Structure and Function Emerge from Scaling Unsupervised Learning to 250 Million Protein Sequences

Biological Structure and Function Emerge from Scaling Unsupervised Learning to 250 Million Protein Sequences

Rob Fergus, Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University & Research Scientist, DeepMind, New York

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/89267877026?pwd=Q1V1QlJkdGQwa2tFMURlUGIreFlLZz09, Meeting ID: 892 6787 7026, Password: 037970

Empathetic Physical Interaction

Empathetic Physical Interaction

Join us for the ECE Distinguished Colloquium Seminar on Thursday, February 18 at 4:00 pm (CST) with Katsu Yamane, Ph.D., Senior Scientist and Robotics Researcher, Honda Research Institute.

Katsu Yamane, Ph.D., Honda Research Institute

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/84488949802?pwd=RW1VMHdyblNYSWUxby9VeXo4U0RiQT09, Mtg ID: 844 8894 9802, Password: 326319

Revisiting Exploration versus Exploitation: Multi-Armed Bandits and Adaptive Control

Revisiting Exploration versus Exploitation: Multi-Armed Bandits and Adaptive Control

Join us for the ECE Distinguished Colloquium Seminar on Thursday, March 4 at 4:00 pm (CST) with P. R. Kumar - University Distinguished Professor, Regents Professor, and College of Engineering Chair in Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University. Prof. Kumar is also a Professor Emeritus from ECE and CSL.

P. R. Kumar, ECE Professor & ISE Professor, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/82904937313?pwd=WUdzMmJVdEJ4NGFEckRuUTV0U0VPUT09, Meeting ID: 829 0493 7313, Password: 129049

Information Security for the 6G Connected Future

Information Security for the 6G Connected Future

Aylin Yener, Ph.D., Roy and Lois Chope Chair in Engineering, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Professor of Integrated Systems Engineering, and Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/87966463241?pwd=b2lFNkJxbkNMVXFLSHU0TzIrZjdwQT09, Meeting ID: 879 6646 3241, Password: 831221

Soft Electronic and Microfluidic Systems for the Skin

Soft Electronic and Microfluidic Systems for the Skin

John Rogers, Ph.D., Materials Science & Engineering, Biomedical Engineering & Neurological Surgery, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/85686654472?pwd=SThwYVAwcFRDNENYbzNsVDJyanVQdz09, Meeting ID: 856 8665 4472, Password: 683121

Frontiers in Nanophotonics:  Enabling Technology for Next-Generation Biosensors

Frontiers in Nanophotonics: Enabling Technology for Next-Generation Biosensors

Hatice Altug, Ph.D., Professor, Institute of Bioengineering at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/84524572826?pwd=UFZMNEh1bVJFVG41NDYxcjdXUTBWZz09, Meeting ID: 845 2457 2826, Password: 602218

First-Person Video for Understanding Interactions

First-Person Video for Understanding Interactions

Kristen Grauman, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/89689547266?pwd=ZnBOcHpNeG5kR0JiUVoxTkdleUpsdz09 Meeting ID: 896 8954 7266, Password: 413391

Related Videos

Colloquium: First-Person Video for Understanding Interactions
Colloquium: First-Person Video for Understanding Interactions

Kristen Grauman, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin

Colloquium: Frontiers in Nanophotonics: Enabling Technology for Next-Generation Biosensors
Colloquium: Frontiers in Nanophotonics: Enabling Technology for Next-Generation Biosensors

Presentation by Hatice Altug, Ph.D., Professor, Institute of Bioengineering at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland.

Colloquium: Soft Electronic and Microfluidic Systems for the Skin
Colloquium: Soft Electronic and Microfluidic Systems for the Skin

John Rogers, Ph.D., Materials Science & Engineering, Biomedical Engineering & Neurological Surgery, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL describes the key ideas from his research and presents some of the most recent device examples.

Colloquium: Information Security for the 6G Connected Future
Colloquium: Information Security for the 6G Connected Future

Aylin Yener, Ph.D., Roy and Lois Chope Chair in Engineering, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Professor of Integrated Systems Engineering, and Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Colloquium: Revisiting Exploration versus Exploitation
Colloquium: Revisiting Exploration versus Exploitation

P. R. Kumar, University Distinguished Professor, Regents Professor, and College of Engineering Chair in Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University. Prof. Kumar is also a Professor Emeritus from ECE and CSL. 

Colloquium: Empathetic Physical Interaction
Colloquium: Empathetic Physical Interaction

Katsu Yamane, Ph.D., Senior Scientist and Robotics Researcher, Honda Research Institute discusses two related projects: perception of pedestrian avoidance behavior of a mobile robot and modeling of intimate social interactions such as hugging.

Colloquium: Predictive and generative artificial intelligence for biology
Colloquium: Predictive and generative artificial intelligence for biology

In the field of artificial intelligence, a combination of scale in data and model capacity enabled by unsupervised learning has led to major advances in representation learning and statistical generation. In the life sciences, the anticipated growth of sequencing promises unprecedented data on natural sequence diversity. 

Colloquium: Phase Calibration and Imaging in Interferometric Arrays
Colloquium: Phase Calibration and Imaging in Interferometric Arrays

In this colloquium, Athol Kemball, Ph.D., Department of Astronomy, discusses recent work in phase calibration and image formation for radio interferometric arrays using new approaches made possible by supercomputing in the petascale era. 

Colloquium: Deepak Divan - Power Electronics and Energy Access
Colloquium: Deepak Divan - Power Electronics and Energy Access

Ensuring universal, affordable and sustainable energy access for everyone is one of the biggest societal changes of our time.

Colloquium: 2020 Illinois ECE Alumni Awards Panel
Colloquium: 2020 Illinois ECE Alumni Awards Panel

Celebrate the 2020 Illinois ECE alumni award recipients who participated on this panel discussion.  

Colloquium: Illuminating My Career - From Flash Gordon to Laser Surgery
Colloquium: Illuminating My Career - From Flash Gordon to Laser Surgery

"Illuminating My Career - From Flash Gordon to Laser Surgery" presented by James J. Wynne, Ph.D. , IBM Research Headquarters, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Hts., NY.

Colloquium: Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar
Colloquium: Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar

Colloquium: Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar | September 10, 2020

This informational seminar will focuses on graduate well-being, including relationships with advisors and peers, recommendations for health, and important resources that are available for students. The featured speaker are:

Thomas Miebach - Thomas is a Clinical Counselor/Crisis Triage Case Manager at the Counseling Center. He oversees the crisis/triage services at the Counseling center, and also serves on Suicide Intervention Team and Suicide Prevention Outreach Team. Thomas coordinates the trauma response services provided to the UIUC campus. Prior to working at the Counseling Center, he worked as a Crisis Clinician providing crisis mental health services to the Champaign-Urbana area.

 

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