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• Graduate School Information Session

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• IEEE Fun Friday

• CBIL Seminar: A Visualization Language

• CESCA Seminar: An FHE Implementation based on NTRU

• Graduate Seminar: Laser-Neurons: Neuronal Dynamics on a Much Faster Time-Scale

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• IEEE Day BBQ/picnic

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• MICS Seminar: RFICs: A Silent Enabler of Everyday Life

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• Seminar: Orchestrating Virtual Wireless Networks from Shared Resource Pools

• CESCA Seminar (10/11): “Building a Gigabit Community”

• Computer Vision and Machine Learning Reading Group Meeting

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• Cyber Security Club Meeting

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• CBIL Seminar: Functional Group Lasso Using Adaptive Weights Based on Extremum

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• VMS IEEE Meeting: Hardening Transmission Lines Against Catastrophic Events

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• Computer Vision and Machine Learning Reading Group Meeting

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• Deadline to apply to CyberCorps Scholarship for Service program

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• Amateur Radio Exam Session

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• Dining Etiquette Dinner

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• CESCA Seminar Talk (10/25): “Optimal Architecture Synthesis for Aircraft Electrical Power Systems”

• Computer Vision and Machine Learning Reading Group Meeting

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• Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam

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• Cyber Security Club Meeting

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Events for Thursday, September 18, 2014

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3rd Annual Microelectronics Day
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
The list of industrial participants includes large, medium, and small high-tech companies, working on all aspects of micro- and nanoelectronics from materials-to-devices-to-circuits-to-systems. Details.
Location: Atrium of Hancock Hall, Blacksburg Campus
Sponsor: ECE

Events for Friday, September 19, 2014

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CESCA Seminar
11:15 AM - 12:05 PM
CESCA Seminar by Prof. Hassan Salmani from Howard University Details.
Location: Lavery Hall 320
Sponsor: CESCA
Contact: hbzeng@vt.edu

Events for Monday, September 22, 2014

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IR Detectors, Photovoltaics, and Radiation Effects: Ongoing Research at the Naval Research Laboratory
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Dr. Robert J. Walters, Head of the Solid State Devices Branch at the Naval Research Laboratory, will give technical highlights of some of the programs in each of these areas. Details.
Location: Whittemore Hall 654
Sponsor: Mantu Hudait, Associate Professor, Electrical & Computer Enginee