Engineers Week Event: National Society of Black Engineers welcomes Matt Holtonhttps://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/Engineers-Week-Thursday.aspx702Engineers Week Event: National Society of Black Engineers welcomes Matt Holton2017-02-23T06:00:00Z5 p.m.Danforth University Center, Room 276<p><img src="/Events/PublishingImages/Holton_200px.jpg" class="ms-rtePosition-1" alt="" style="margin: 5px;"/>Matt Holton is senior vice president at MasterCard. Holton earned bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and applied science and an MBA, all from WashU. If you have questions, email <a href="mailto:wunsbe@gmail.com" target="_blank">wunsbe@gmail.com</a>. </p><p>He will speak about his experience and how to become a successful professional after college. Refreshments are provided. <br/></p><p>Register via email: <a href="mailto:engineering.alumni@wustl.edu?subject=RSVP%20for%20NSBE%20Presentation">engineering.alumni@wustl.edu</a><br/></p><p>View all Engineers Week events at WashU: <a href="/current-students/Pages/Engineers-Week.aspx" style="background-color: #ffffff;">engineering.wustl.edu/engineersweek</a>.<br/></p>
ESE Seminar: "Exploiting Geometry for High-Resolution Source Localization"https://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/Seminar-Announcement-.aspx822ESE Seminar: "Exploiting Geometry for High-Resolution Source Localization"2017-02-23T06:00:00Z10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120<p>​Faculty candidate, <strong>Yuejie Chi</strong>, PhD Assistant Professor Department of SBS-Biomedical Informatics and Electrical & Computer Engineering at The Ohio State University, will present.</p><p>Abstract: Source localization is an important problem across engineering and applied science, where the goal is to invert an acquired image for the underlying source signal that produced it. In this talk, driven by novel applications in imaging and sensor technologies, we consider source localization when conventional approaches become highly suboptimal or no longer apply, due to the existence of missing data, outliers, interference or lack of calibration in data acquisition. We will illustrate geometric data representations that exploit sparsity and physically-meaningful constraints, show how they lead to provably efficient and robust algorithms for source localization using the highly versatile framework of convex optimization, and demonstrate applications of some of these results in super-resolution microscopy imaging.<br/></p>
ESE PhD Visit Dayhttps://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/ESE-PhD-Day.aspx812ESE PhD Visit Day2017-03-02T06:00:00ZShauna Dollison, 314-935-4830
Commencement: Engineering Student Recognition Ceremonyhttps://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/Engineering-Student-Recognition-Ceremony.aspx567Commencement: Engineering Student Recognition Ceremony2017-05-18T05:00:00Z1:30 p.m.Field House, Athletic Complex<p>Students (undergraduate, graduate and PhD) should arrive for lineup before 12:45 p.m. in the lower level hallway. Upon arrival, students should obtain a name card and complete the information requested on the back. <span style="line-height: 25.6px;">Students should carry (not wear) hoods.</span><br/></p><p><strong>Reception locations following the ceremony:</strong></p><ul><li><strong>Biomedical Engineering: </strong>Whitaker Hall</li><li><strong>Computer Science & Engineering:</strong> Sever Plaza</li><li><strong>Electrical & Systems Engineering:</strong> Green Hall </li><li><strong>Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering:</strong> Brauer Hall </li><li><strong>Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science:</strong> Lopata Hall</li></ul>Kim Shilling, (314) 935-6100
Commencementhttps://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/All-University-Commencement-2017.aspx568Commencement2017-05-19T05:00:00Z8:30 a.m.Brookings Quadrangle<p>Engineering students lineup along Louderman Hall. <span style="line-height: inherit;">PhD stude</span><span style="line-height: inherit;">nts assemble with the Graduate School next to Wilson Hall.</span>​</p>