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• Fundamental Limits on Antenna Size for Frequency and Time Domain Applications

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• Robust Feature Extraction and Temporal Analysis for Partial Fingerprint Identification

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• CESCA Seminar: FPGA Trust - Ensuring Design Integrity through Analysis of FPGA Bitstreams and IP Cores

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• IREU Seminar and Information Session

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• Resonance-based Techniques for Microwave Breast Cancer Applications

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• Optical Sensor Development for High-Temperature Pressure Measurement and Real-Time Particle Detection

• CESCA seminar (9/14) -- Power Fingerprinting for integrity assessment of critical embedded systems

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• ICCAE Speaker Series: SPYCRAFT

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• ICCAE Speaker Series: Everything Happens Somewhere: The Importance of Understanding Geography When Planning Military Operations

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• CESCA seminar -- Image Watermarking Techniques Using Histogram Tailored Chaotic Maps

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• Communication Infrastructure for the Smart Grid: A Co-Simulation Based Study on Techniques to Improve the Power Transmission System Functions with Efficient Data Networks

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• Design Assembly Techniques for FPGA Back-End Acceleration

• CESCA Seminar: An Ecosystem for the New HPC: Heterogeneous Parallel Computing

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Events for Thursday, January 29, 2015

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PHD Defense: Hamza Shakeel (VT MEMS Lab)
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Microfluidic Columns with Nanotechnology-Enabled Stationary Phases for Gas Chromatography
Location: 310 Kelly Hall (ICTAS)
Sponsor: VT MEMS Lab
Contact: agah@vt.edu

Events for Thursday, February 5, 2015

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Remote Sensing of Ionospheric Disturbances with Radio Telescopes
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
This talk will describe in detail the ionospheric impact on radio telescopes, and how this issue is being "flipped" to produce detailed specifications of fine-scale ionospheric disturbances. The talk focuses on two telescopes in particular, the Very Large Array (VLA) and the first station of the Long Wavelength Array (LWA1), both located in central, western New Mexico. Details.
Location: Space@VT Seminar Room (1901 Innovation Drive, Suite 1000)
Sponsor: Space@VT