Meet the Faculty Lecture: Brenna Argall
Learning Motion Control for Autonomous and Assistive Robots
October 19, 2011
Meet the Faculty Lecture: Thrasos Pappas
Visual Signal Analysis and Compression: Focus on Texture
October 27, 2010
Abstract: The fields of visual signal analysis and compression have made significant advances during the last two decades, incorporating sophisticated signal processing techniques and models of human perception.
EECS Seminar on Technical Writing, with Prof. Larry Henschen
Technical Writing: Organizing a Research Paper
Larry Henschen, Professor
April 4, 2012
Abstract: You’ve done the research, analyzed the data, and drawn your conclusions. Now how do you describe it to the rest of the world?
Distinguished Speaker Series: Andrew Chien, University of Chicago
Technology Scaling and the Future of Microprocessors: The 10x10 Approach
William Eckhardt Professor, Department of Computer Science
Senior Fellow, Computation Institute, University of Chicago
Senior Computer Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory
May 9, 2012
Abstract: In the waning days of Moore’s Law, Dennard scaling (density, speed, and energy) has given way density scaling with incremental improvements in transistor speed and energy
Meet the Faculty Lecture: Matthew Grayson
March 30, 2011
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Abstract A revolution in electronic materials is currently underway, sparked by the discovery 5 years ago of a new class of conductors called topological insulators.