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• Interdisciplinary Research Symposium

• MICS Seminar: Low Cost Phased Array

• Graduate Seminar: Integrative Network Analysis of Genomic Data for Cancer Research

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• IEEE Halloween Costume Competition

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• Fun Friday

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• MICS Seminar: Toward Wideband Vibration Energy Harvesting

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• Bioinformatics Seminar: Dynamic Causal Modelling: A Mathematical Microscope for the Observation of Neural System Transmitters

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• Cyber Security Club Meeting

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• Center for Power & Energy Seminar: Beyond the Logic of Energy: A Proposed Theory for Understanding the Community Aspects of Smart-Grids and Energy Conservation

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• Micron Facilities Tour (Manassas)

• MICS Seminar: 3D Micromachined Passive Components and Active Circuit Integration for Millimeter-wave Radar Applications

• Graduate Seminar: Overview of Research in the Center for Power Electronics Systems (CPES) of Virginia Tech

Events for Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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AMP Lab Project Showcase
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Each semester, students from the Autonomous Mastery Prototyping Instructional Laboratory (AMP Lab) present their active projects as an assessment component. Meet motivated students who can enhance your research team. Details.
Location: 457A&B Whittemore Conference Room
Sponsor: Autonomous Mastery Prototyping Laboratory
Contact: lineb@vt.edu

Events for Thursday, April 23, 2015

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VMS IEEE Meeting: IEEE Robotics Competition - Design Presentations
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Students will discuss their design approaches to the robotics competition, and how their robots performed. Details.
Location: Holiday Inn, Roanoke
Sponsor: Virginia Mountain Section of the IEEE
Contact: gwilliamsfc@gmail.com

Events for Friday, April 24, 2015

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CESCA Seminar
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
CESCA seminar by Roberto Palmieri, Research Assistant Professor in ECE at VT, on "Transactional Replication: from Cluster to Geographic Scale" Details.
Location: Lavery Hall 320
Sponsor: CESCA
Contact: hbzeng@vt.edu