"Integrated photonics in the future: Silicon, plasmonics or something else?"

Lars Thylen, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

March 15th (Tuesday), 10:30am
Engineering Science Building (ESB), Rm 1001

"CANCELED: New Parameterizations and Optimal Topologies for Distributed Control"

Nuno Martins, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland

March 11th (Friday), 3:00pm
This Event Has Been Canceled.

PhD Defense: "Complexity and Delay Constrained Compression and Transmission of Information"

Emrah Akyol

March 10th (Thursday), 12:00pm
ESB Room 2003

"Integrated Nanophotonics in Silicon"

Michael Hochberg, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of Washington

March 10th (Thursday), 11:00am
Harold Frank Hall (HFH), Rm 4164

"Nanotube Transistors and Oxide Memristors"

Julien Borghetti, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, CA USA

March 4th (Friday), 5:30pm
Harold Frank Hall (HFH), Rm 4164

"Photonic Circuits for Wavelength-, Phase-, Polarization-, and Space-Division Multiplexing"

Christopher R. Doerr, Bell Laboratories, Alcatel-Lucent

March 4th (Friday), 4:00pm
Engineering Science Building (ESB), Rm 2001

"High Performance Distributed Optical Fiber Sensors Based on Raman and Brillouin Scattering"

Fabrizio Di Pasquale, Associate Professor, Telecommunications, Scoula Superiore Sant' Anna in Pisa, Italy

March 4th (Friday), 3:00pm
Engineering Science Building, Rm 2001

"Biochemical Network Inference from Data"

Jorge Gonçalves, University Lecturer, University of Cambridge

March 4th (Friday), 3:00pm
Webb Hall 1100

"InGaN Solar Cells for High Efficiency Renewable Energy Production"

Umesh Mishra, Professor UC Santa Barbara, Electrical and Computer Engineering

March 2nd (Wednesday), 4:00pm
Engineering Science Building (ESB), Rm 1001

"Nanoscale optics and photonics: from the zero-point energy to photovoltaics"

Jeremy N. Munday, Thomas J Watson Laboratories of Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA

March 2nd (Wednesday), 11:00am
Harold Frank Hall (HFH), Rm 4164