ECE: Electrical & Computer Engineering

ECE Research Seminars

Participants in a seminar

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

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Friday, September 4, 2015

Graduate Seminar

— John Stankovic, BP America Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia “Technical Solutions Underlying Wireless Health Systems"
(Bradley Distinguished Lecture) Details.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Graduate Seminar

— Larry Thompson, Engineering Librarian, University Libraries, Virginia Tech, “Library Resources for ECE Graduate Students"

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

NIST Seminar: Peter Bajcsy

— Arrival at 11:30am, presentation at 1pm.

NIST seminar by Peter Bajcsy, Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) at the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), on "To Measure or Not To Measure Terabyte-Sized Images?" Details.