Upcoming Research Seminars
Friday, August 28, 2015
— Masters thesis on "Examination of Power Systems Solutions Considering High Current Direct Voltage Transmission" will be defended by Daniel Keith Ridenour.
All are welcome to attend. Details.
— Wireless@VT Seminar by Prof. Allen B. MacKenzie. Title: Some Thoughts on Future Wireless Networks. Details.
— Leslie Pendleton, Director of Student Services, ECE, “Nuts and Bolts of Your ECE Graduate Program”
Friday, September 4, 2015
— John Stankovic, BP America Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia “Technical Solutions Underlying Wireless Health Systems"
(Bradley Distinguished Lecture) 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