2018 Seminar Series

 

 



Speaker Affiliation Area/Title Host Date Time Location
​Sensen Liu
​Washington University in St. Louis PhD Dissertation Defense
Modeling and Analyzing Neural Dynamics and information processing over Multiple Time Scales
​Dr. ShiNung Ching
​8/20/2018​2 p.m.
​Green Hall, Room 0120
Mengxue Zhang
Washington University in St. Louis PhD Dissertation Defense
Forward Electrophysiological Modeling and Inverse Problem for Uterine Contractions During Pregnancy
Dr. Arye Nehorai
8/9/20181 p.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120
Shuo Linda Wang
Washington University in St. Louis PhD Dissertation Defense
Inference and Control of Dynamic Ensemble and Networked Systems
Dr. Jr-Shin LI
8/8/201810 a.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120
Walter Bomela
Washington University in St. Louis PhD Dissertation Defense
Robust Engineering of Dynamic Structures in Complex Networks
Dr. Jr-Shin Li
8/7/201810 a.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120
Mianzhi Wang
Washington University in St. Louis PhD Dissertation Defense
Statistical Performance Analysis of Sparse Linear Arrays
Dr. Arye Nehorai
8/6/20181 p.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120
Bo Peng
GLOBALFOUNDRIES
Advanced Light Control on Integrated Silicon Photonics PlatformLan Yang
6/29/201811 a.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120
Neal Patwari
Associate Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Utah
Improved Context Sensing for Future Cyber Physical Systems
R. Martin Arthur
6/8/201811 a.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120
Amos Danielli
Faculty of Engineering
Bar-Ilan University
Rapid and highly sensitive detection of fluorescently-labeled biosensorsLan Yang
4/13/201810 a.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120
Justin Ruths
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering and Systems Engineering
University of Texas at Dallas
Quantifying the Capabilities of Attackers in Cyber-Physical SystemsJr-Shin Li
3/1/201810 a.m.
Green Hall, Room 0120

Max Berniker

Assistant Professor,
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering,
University of Illinois, Chicago
A Normative Approach to Neuromotor ControlShiNung Ching2/22/20181 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Anastasia Yendiki

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School,
Assistant Physicist, Massachusetts General Hospital
Inference on Brain Circuitry from Diffusion-Weighted MRIR. Martin Arthur2/7/20183 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120