ECE Research Seminars
ECE research seminars are open to all members of the community. In addition to periodic seminars and invited speakers, many of our research groups organize a regular seminar series each semester (see below). Each semester, ECE organizes a seminar series for all graduate students.
Regular Seminar Series
Bioinformatics: A regular seminar series in the Nation's Capital Region.
CESCA (Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications): A Friday afternoon series exploring the issues of embedded systems.
E&M/Space Science Seminars: A Tuesday afternoon series discussing research and issues.
Graduate Seminars: A Friday afternoon series, required for all students in ECE 5944. Topics include current research in ECE as well as issues and skills of use in graduate research.
Upcoming Research Seminars
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
— Gil Strang, linear algebraist extraordinaire from MIT, will be giving a CMDA Distinguished Lecture: Tridiagonal Matrices and Applied Linear Algebra.
All are welcome. Details.
Friday, April 24, 2015
— CESCA seminar by Roberto Palmieri, Research Assistant Professor in ECE at VT, on "Transactional Replication: from Cluster to Geographic Scale" Details.