Events Calendar

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Events

November 18 - December 18, 2018

Monday, November 19

PhD Final Exam – Pedram Payandehnia

Power Efficient Architectures for Low Noise Switched-Capacitor Filters and High Accuracy Analog-to-Digital Converters Filters and data converters are key...

MS Final Exam – Abhishek Ramamurthy

Characterizing On-Chip Traffic Patterns in Throughput Processors: A Deep Learning Approach The machine learning and deep learning models have been very...

Colloquium: Nonlinear Oscillators for Modular Power Electronics Architectures

Brian Johnson, Assistant Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Washington Abstract Power electronics systems are...

Tuesday, November 20

MS Final Exam – Lawrence Neal

Open Set Learning with Counterfactual Images In open set recognition, a classifier must label instances of known classes while detecting instances of...

PhD Oral Preliminary Exam – Abdullah Azzouni

End-User Programming: A Chore or Fun - A Look at EUP Motivation Factors Adoption of end-user programming is very low among information workers in the US...

MS Final Exam – Neale Ratzlaff

Methods for Detection and Recovery of Out-of-Distribution Examples Deep neural networks currently comprise the backbone of applications where safety is a...

Monday, November 26

MS Final Exam – Bohui Xiao

Ring Amplifiers for Power Efficient Low-Drop-Out Regulators This work uses ring amplifier as the error amplifier in a capless LDO. The inherent dynamic...

MS Final Exam – Kaibo Liu

Latency-controllable Machine Translation Integrated with Speech Transcription As civilization advances, the need for fluent communication and understanding...