Upcoming Research Seminars
Thursday, January 29, 2015
— Microfluidic Columns with Nanotechnology-Enabled Stationary Phases for Gas Chromatography
Thursday, February 5, 2015
— 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.
Bradley Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
LOCATION: Room 300 Whittemore Hall
4 to 5pm**
** All Graduate Seminars will be held on Fridays in Room 300 Whittemore Hall from 4 to 5pm. Attendance by graduate students enrolled in ECE 5944 is required; no unexcused absences are permitted. ECE 5944 students are encouraged to arrive early in order to sign-in at the top of the lecture hall. Streamed videos of all seminars are available.
Please see Dr Brown in 461 Whittemore or e-mail him with questions.
18 Feb. 2011
Control of Power Electronics Converters in Nanogrids - Dr. Paolo Mattavelli, Bradley Dept. of ECE
18 Mar. 2011 - Bradley Lecture
Cell Phones: How Power Consumption Determines Functionality - Dr. Arvind, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT, Cambridge, Mass.
8 Apr. 2011
Applications of Autonomous Robotics - Mr. Michael Fleming, CEO, TORC Technologies, Inc., Blacksburg, Va.
22 Apr. 2011
Some Practical Aspects of Computer Security - Mr. Randy Marchany, Director, IT Security Laboratory, Virginia Tech
29 Apr. 2011
Photolithography Patterning Challenges for the Semiconductor
Industry – The New Frontier of Double Exposure
Photolithography - Dr. Marius Orlowski, Micron Chair, Bradley Dept. of ECE