Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Seminar Series

The EECS seminars are held at 9:00 -10:20 a.m. in the McDonnell Douglas Engineering Auditorium (MDEA, #311 on the UCI Campus Map).

For additional information, please contact Seminar Series Administrative Coordinator, Beril Seymen, at bseymen@uci.edu or (949) 824-6012

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Fall Quarter (instruction begins 9/26/19 and ends on 12/6/19)
 

Date Speaker Title Details Host

October 4,

2019

Robert Heath

University of Texas Austin

Vehicle-to-Everything Communications

Abstract/Bio

Website

Lee Swindlehurst

October 18,

2019

Adam Ierymenko

CEO, ZeroTier

ZeroTier

Abstract/Bio

Website

Peter Burke

November 1,

2019

Alexander Vardy

UC San Diego

Topics from the Past, Present, and Future of Polar Coding

Abstract/Bio

Website

Zhiying Wang

November 15,

2019

Nadir Dagli

UC Santa Barbara

Novel Optical Modulators

Abstract/Bio

Website

Peter Burke

December 6,

2019

Yahya Ezzeldin

UC Los Angeles

A Theoretical Model for Information Flow and Scheduling in mmWave Networks

Abstract/Bio

Website

Athina Markopoulou


Winter Quarter (instruction begins 1/6/20 and ends on 3/20/20)
 

Date Speaker Title Details Host

January 17,

2020

Mani Srivastava

UC Los Angeles

Quality of Time: Enabling Robust, Secure and Efficient IoT

Abstract/Bio

Website

Salma Elmalaki

February 7,

2020

Daniel Sievenpiper

UC San Diego

Chiral and Topological Metasurfaces

Abstract/Bio

Website

Filippo Capolino

February 21,

2020

Hironori Kasahara

Waseda University

Green Multicore Computing

Website

Jean-Luc Gaudiot

March 6,

2020

Moe Win

Massachusettes Institute of Technology

Localization of Things:
From Foundation to Operations

Abstract/Bio
Website

Hamid Jafarkhani

March 13,

2020

Aydin Buluc

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Berkeley

Sparse Matrices Beyond Solvers: Graphs, Biology, and Machine Learning

Abstract/Bio
Website

Aparna Chandramowlishwaran


Spring Quarter (instruction begins 3/30/20 and ends on 6/12/20)
 

Date Speaker Title Details Host

April 3,

2020

Steven Low

California Institute of Technology

Localization and Mitigation of Cascading Failures in Power Systems

Abstract/Bio
Website

Athina Markopoulou

April 17,

2020

Mark Rodwell

UC Santa Barbara

Wireless Above 100 GHz

Abstract/Bio
Website

Payam Heydari

May 1,

2020

Matthias W Pleil

University of New Mexico

How Does a Cantilever Work?

Abstract/Bio
Website

Hung Cao

May 15,

2020

Daniel Bliss

Arizona State University

Future of RF Spectral Use

Abstract/Bio
Website

Lee Swindlehurst

June 5,

2020

Boris Murmann

Stanford University

Mixed-Signal Interfaces for the Data-Driven World

Abstract/Bio
Website

Hamidreza Aghasi