Seminar Series

In academic year 2021-2022, EECS seminars will be held five Fridays per quarter 9:00 -10:20 a.m. via TBD. The specific dates, speakers, and hosts are listed below. The list below includes the seminar title, an abstract of the seminar, and the biography of the speaker for seminars whose future dates are close. The list will be populated to completion as the school year progresses.

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Fall Quarter 2021
 

Date Speaker Title Details Host

October 1,

2021

Michael Reiter

Duke University

Tackling Credential Abuse Together

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Abstract/Bio

Zhou Li

October 15,

2021

Tarek Abdelzaher

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Towards Intelligence at the Point of Need: Advancing Real-Time Intelligent IoT Services

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Abstract/Bio

Yasser Shoukry

October 29,

2021

Fadel Adib

Massachusetts Information of Technology

Decoding Hidden Worlds: Wireless & Sensor
Technologies for Oceans, Health, and Robotics

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Abstract/Bio

Salma Elmalaki

November 12,

2021

Anjan Chakravorty

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Towards the Development of Thermal Models for Multifinger Bipolar Transistors

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Abstract/Bio

G.P. Li

December 3,

2021

Gaurav Sukhatme

USC- Viterbi

Decentralized Control of Quadrotor Swarms with End-to-end Deep Reinforcement Learning

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Abstract/Bio

Magnus Egerstedt
Yasser Shoukry


Winter Quarter 2022
 

Date Speaker Title Details Host

January 14,

2022

Claire Tomlin

University of California Berkeley
 

Safe Learning in Robotics

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Abstract/Bio

Pramod Khargonekar
Yasser Shoukry

January 28,

2022

Payam Heydari

University of California Irvine

Integrated Circuits and Systems Revolutionizing 21st Century

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Abstract/Bio

Hamid Aghasi

February 11,

2022

Pei Zhang

University of Michigan

From Sensors to ‘Structures as Sensors’: Combining Sensing and Learning in Dirty Cyber-Physical Systems

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Abstract/Bio

 

Salma Elmalaki

February 25,

2022

Bhaskar Rao

University of California San Diego

Insights into Sparse Signal Recovery algorithms using an Array Processing perspective

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Abstract/Bio

Lee Swindlehurst

March 4,

2022

Masood Parvania

University of Utah

Control, Optimization, and Learning for Interdependent Critical Infrastructures

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Abstract/Bio

Pramod Khargonekar

March 11,

2022

Xiaoming Li

University of Delaware

Digging Performance From Patterns In Data: Case Studies On FFT and Convolution

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Abstract/Bio

Jean Luc Gaudiot


Spring Quarter 2022
 

Date Speaker Title Details Host

April 8,

2022

Mingyan Liu

University of Michigan

Machine Learning in Sequential Decision Making: What is Fair and How to be Fair?

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Abstract/Bio

Athina Markopoulou

April 22,

2022

Sriram Vishwanath

University of Texas- Austin

New Architectures for Scalability and Security of Blockchain Systems

 

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Abstract/Bio

Athina Markopoulou
Syed Jafar

May 6,

2022

Willie Padilla
Duke University

Deep learning the properties of electromagnetic metamaterials

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Abstract/Bio

Maxim Shcherbakov

Filippo Capolino

May 20,

2022

Magnus Egerstedt

University of California, Irvine

Constraint-Based Control Design for Long Duration Autonomy

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Abstract/Bio

Yasser Shoukry

Salma Elmalaki

June 3,

2022

Santosh Kumar
University of Memphis

Can Sharing Anonymous Wrist-worn Accelerometry Data Re-identify You? 

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Abstract/Bio

Salma Elmalaki