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2017

Speaker Affiliation Area/Title Host Date Time Location
P. Scott CarneyPhD,
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Synthetic Optical Holography R. Martin Arthur3/23/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Sung-Min Sohn PhD,
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology
University of Minnesota
RF/Mixed-Signal Circuits and Systems toward Next-Generation MRI R. Martin Arthur3/9/201711 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Yunlong ZiPhD,
Postdoctoral Fellow
School of Materials Science and
Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology




Capturing Energy through Triboelectric Nanogenerators: An Emerging Power Solution R. Martin Arthur3/6/20171 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Shen ZengPhD,
Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer
Institute for Systems Theory and
Automatic Control
University of Stuttgart
Concepts and Computational Methods for Populations of Dynamical Systems R. Martin Arthur3/2/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Song Hu, PhD Candidate,
Graduate Research Assistant
School of Electrical &
Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Energy-efficient, High-fidelity, and Broadband RF/millimeter-wave Signal Generation in Silicon R. Martin Arthur2/27/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Yuejie ChiPhD, Assistant Professor
Department of SBS- Biomedical Informatics and
Electrical & Computer Engineering
The Ohio State University
Exploiting Geometry for High-Resolution Source Localization R. Martin Arthur2/23/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Barmak Heshmat
PhD, Research Scientist
Department of Media Arts and Sciences
MIT
Imaging at Relativistic Speeds; The New Space Between Sensing and Imaging R. Martin Arthur2/9/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Bo ZhenPostdoctoral Associate
Physics Department and Research Laboratory of Electronics
MIT
Nanophotonics in Systems of Large Sizes R. Martin Arthur2/2/201711 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120



2016

Speaker Affiliation Area/Title Host Date Time Location
Eugene HwangStaff Design Engineer
MEMS/Sensors Advanced Development Group
Enabling High Performance Sensors for Healthcare and Biomedical Applications Through Active Packaging and Package-Sensor Co-DesignXuan 'Silvia' Zhang12/9/201610 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Anil AswaniIndustrial Engineering and Operations Research
UC Berkeley
Designing Personalized Weight Loss Treatments
Using Bilevel Programming
Humberto Gonzalez12/8/201610 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Wei KangDepartment of Applied Mathematics
Naval Postgraduate School

Some Numerical Methods for Optimal ControlJr-Shin Li12/2/20162 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Paul Scott Carney

Professor,
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Lens vs. Algorithm: Optical Imaging in the Age of ComputersJoseph O'Sullivan11/11/201610 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Anatoly ZlotnikStaff Scientist
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Optimal Control of Physical and Market Operations in Dynamic Energy SystemsJr-Shin Li10/20/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Shen ZengPostdoctoral Researcher,
Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control,
University of Stuttgart

Ensemble Observability of Dynamical Systems

Jr-Shin Li10/3/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Keith BennettConsultant,
Hamamatsu Photonics
Scientific Camera Capabilities and Limitations, including Considerations for Single Molecule Localization and Lightsheet MicroscopiesMatthew Lew5/3/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Hao ZhuAssistant Professor,
Electrical and Computer Engineering,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Decentralized Dynamic Optimization for Power Network Voltage ControlXuan Zhang4/22/20161:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Sunil BhaveAssociate Professor,
Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Purdue University
Monolithic MEMS + Photonic Systems Xuan Zhang4/18/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mikel HernaezPostdoctoral Researcher,
Electrical Engineering,
Stanford University
Genomic Information Representation: Present and Future Challenges Arye Nehorai4/14/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
John SommererPrincipal,
Talitha Ventures
Exploring Pluto; the Spaceflight was the Easy Part Arye Nehorai4/7/20164:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Frank RobeyAssociate Leader,
RF Technology Group,
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Electromagnetic Vector Antenna and Constrained Maximum Likelihood Imaging for Radio Astronomy Arye Nehorai4/7/20163 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Melik DemirelProfessor of Engineering,
Materials Research Institute and Huck Institutes of Life Sciences,
Pennsylvania State University
Next Generation Programmable Soft Materials: From Photonics to Self-Healing Devices Lan Yang4/1/20163 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Jordan M. BergENG/CMMI Program Officer,
National Science Foundation
The NSF Dynamics, Control, and System Diagnostics ProgramJr-Shin Li3/23/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Shuo HanPostdoctoral Researcher,
Electrical and Systems Engineering,
University of Pennsylvania
Data-Driven and Privacy-Aware Optimization for Smart Cities Arye Nehorai3/10/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Ramy El-GanainyAssistant Professor,
Physics Department,
Michigan Technological University (MTU)
Single Mode Supersymmetric Laser Arrays Lan Yang3/8/20163 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Xudong ChenPostdoctoral Fellow, Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Interplay between Information and Objectives in Formation Control Arye Nehorai3/7/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Idoia OchoaPhD Candidate, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University Genomic Data Compression, Processing, and Analysis Arye Nehorai3/3/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Saiprasad RavishankarResearch Fellow, University of Michigan Efficient Data-Driven Learning of Sparse Signal Models Arye Nehorai2/25/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Weidong ZhouDepartment of Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington Scaling of Semiconductor Membrane Photonics for Energy Efficiency Photonics and Flexible Optoelectronics Arye Nehorai2/18/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Zhizhen Jane ZhaoCourant institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University Class Averaging of Cryo-Electron Microscopy Images Arye Nehorai2/11/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Archana VenkataramanPostdoctoral Associate, Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging, Yale School of Medicine An Adaptable Framework to Extract Abnormal Brain Networks Arye Nehorai2/4/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Justin Hsia

Postdoc/Lecturer,
University of California, Berkeley

Design and Engineering of Pattern Formation in Gene Expression in Escherichia Coli Hiro Mukai1/29/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Kim WestonPhD candidate, Carnegie Mellon's Department of Mathematical Sciences Stability of the Optimal Investment Control Problem Zachary Feinstein 1/26/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Patricio S. La RosaResearch Data Scientist, Monsanto Company Gibbs Distribution for Statistical Analysis of Graphical Data with a Sample Application to fMRI Brain Images Arye Nehorai1/22/20161:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Dr. Amir ArbabiSenior Research Scientist, Department of Applied Physics at Caltech Planar Free-Space Optical Components and Systems Based on Dielectric Metasurfaces Arye Nehorai1/14/201610:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

2015

Zhi (Gerry) TianDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, George Mason University Compressive Covariance Sensing Arye Nehorai12/4/20153:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Chris BickUniversity of Exeter, College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences Localized Dynamics in Phase Oscillators with Generalized CouplingJr-Shin Li12/4/20151:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Jonathan I. KatzDepartment of Physics, Washington University in St. Louis Drought and Storminess - There is More to Climate Change than Temperature Arye Nehorai11/30/20151:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Elad GilboaPost-doctorate Fellow, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel Probabilistic Modeling for Asset Management of Power Grid Arye Nehorai11/13/201511:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
David Corman

Program Director,
Cyber Physical Systems Program, National Science Foundation

Cyber-Physical Systems: Past, Present, and Future PerspectivesArye Nehorai10/30/20151:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Kader S. GacemMaster Patent Agent Tolpin & Partners, PC Intellectual property primer for researchers and EngineersHiro Mukai10/23/20151:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Brandon WestoverHarvard Medical School/ Massachusetts General Hospital Burst Suppression EEG Patterns: Towards Robust Closed-Loop Control of Anesthesia for Refractory Status Epilepticus ShiNung Ching10/12/20151:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Isaac SkogDepartment of Signal Processing, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden Signal Processing in Motion Sensing Systems Arye Nehorai9/21/201510:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Semyon MeerkovDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan Resilient Plant Monitoring Systems: Techniques, Analysis, Design, and Performance Evaluation ShiNung Ching5/28/20151:00 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Zhenyu LiDepartment of Biomedical Engineering, George Washington University Wearable Biosensors and Handheld Microfluidics: Tools for Biology and Medicine Arye Nehorai5/26/201510:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Ralf ToenjesPostdoctoral Research and Teaching Assistant, Statistical Physics and Theory of Chaos group, University of Potsdam Synchronization in Sparse Networks of Oscillators Jr-Shin Li5/22/201511:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Kamil EkinciMechanical Engineering Department, Boston University Nanomechanical Probing of Physical and Biological Phenomena Lan Yang5/19/201510:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Guangyu XuMIT Media Lab Building Integrated Molecule Detection and Multiplexed Cell Imaging Tools for Personal HealthLan Yang5/11/201510:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mark W. SpongLars Magnus Ericsson Chair and Dean Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas Control and Applications of Networked Robots Joseph O'Sullivan5/7/20151:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Bijoy GhoshCenter for BioCybernetics and Intelligent Systems, Texas Tech University Eye and Head Rotation form a Donderian Perspective Joseph O'Sullivan5/8/201510:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Hardiv SitumeangChairman of the Indonesian National Committee, World Energy Council (KNI-WEC) Long-term decarbonization to achieve low carbon development path of energy sector Arye Nehorai4/23/201510:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Alper KirazDepartment of Physics, Koç University Optofluidic Lasers and waveguides for applications in bio and energy photonics Lan Yang3/27/20152:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Jhi-Young Joo Electrical and Computer Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology Distributed scheduling of demand resources in a congested network Arye Nehorai3/27/201511:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Erol GelenbeThe Dennis Gabor Professor and Head of Intelligent Systems and Networks Imperial College London Modeling Energy Flows with Energy Packets: from Nano- to Mega-WattsArye Nehorai3/26/201511:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Kerry BernsteinProgram Manager, DARPA MTO On the Matter of TrustArye Nehorai3/23/20152:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

2014

Feng Fu Research Fellow, Theoretical Biology, ETH Zurich Homophily and cooperation in social networks Jr-Shin Li12/5/20141:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Maria Greco Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa, Italy Advanced Techniques of Radar Detection in Non-Gaussian Background Arye Nehorai11/19/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mark A. Anastasio Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Advanced Image Reconstruction Methods for Photoacoustic Computed TomographyArye Nehorai11/14/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Supratim GhoshPostdoctoral research fellow, Singapore University of Technology and Design Structural Control of a Class of Bilinear SystemsJr-Shin Li9/29/20141:10 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Gianluca GagliardiStaff scientist, CNR-National Institute of Optics (INO), Naples, Italy Liquid Droplet Whispering-Gallery Mode Optical ResonatorsLan Yang9/12/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Xiaojian XuSchool of Electronics and Information Engineering Beihang University Accurate Representation of Radar Signatures Using Complex Exponential Model with ApplicationsArye Nehorai8/13/201410 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
John-Olof Nilsson and Isaac SkogDept. Signal Processing KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden Inertial Sensor Arrays - Information Fusion,Cramer-Rao Bound, and Range ExtensionArye Nehorai8/6/201410 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Arogyaswami PaulrajEmeritus Professor, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University Mobile Wireless EvolutionArye Nehorai7/3/20141:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Alfred HeroR. Jamison and Betty Williams Professor of Engineering, University of Michigan Correlation Mining in Large Networks with Limited SamplesArye Nehorai5/20/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Matthew LewPhD Candidate,
Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Engineering New Capabilities into Optical Microscopes: Towards Measuring the 3D Position and Orientation of Biomolecules within Living CellsMed School4/17/20149:30 a.m.McDonnell Medical Sciences Building, 426
Matthew LewPhD Candidate,
Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Beyond the Clear Pupil: Engineering New Capabilities Into Optical MicroscopesArye Nehorai3/31/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Xuan ZhangPhD, Postdoctoral Fellow Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Designing Micro-Robotic "Brain": a System-on-Chip (SoC) ApproachArye Nehorai3/17/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mário CostaDepartment of Signal Processing and Acoustics, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland Wavefield Modeling and Signal Processing for Sensor Arrays of Arbitrary GeometryArye Nehorai3/7/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Ramanarayan VasudevanPhD, Postdoctoral Associate Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology Computational Tools for Automating Preventive and Rehabilitative Physical TherapyArye Nehorai3/4/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Shuo PangPhD, Postdoctoral Fellow Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University Computational Imaging for Chip-scale Microscopy and X-ray Scattering ImagingArye Nehorai2/19/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Subhonmesh BoseDepartment of Electrical Engineering, California Institute of Technology An Integrated Design Approach to Power SystemArye Nehorai2/5/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Abhijit KallapurPhD, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of New South Wales in Canberra Flying Robots to Quantum Optics: Stretching the Boundaries of Control EngineeringArye Nehorai1/29/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Julius L. GoldsteinPhD, Hearing Emulations & Res. Professor, ESE Department, Washington University in St. Louis Acoustic Reflex Attenuation in Phon Loudness MeasurementsArye Nehorai1/31/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mehmet AkcakayaBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School Sparse Signal Recovery with Non-linear Measurements and Its Applications in MRIArye Nehorai2/17/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Kiryung LeePostdoctoral Researcher University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Compressed Sensing of Sparse Rank-one MatricesArye Nehorai2/3/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Zachary FeinsteinPhD candidate, Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Princeton University Applications of Set Optimization to FinanceArye Nehorai1/22/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Martina MinchevaPhD candidate, Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Princeton University Covariance Estimation - Big Data Challenges And Financial ApplicationsArye Nehorai1/13/201410:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

2013

Mehmet AkcakayaBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School Performance Bounds for Sparse Estimation & Utility of Structure and Sparsity in MRIArye Nehorai12/3/20139:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Jonghye WooResearch Associate, University of Maryland 4D Statistical Atlas from Multimodal Tongue MR ImagesArye Nehorai11/21/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Viktor GruevDepartment of Computer Science and Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Spectral Polarization Focal-Plane Sensing for Functional Neural ImagingArye Nehorai11/8/20132:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Georgios B. GiannakisDepartment of ECE, Endowed Chair Professor of Wireless Telecommunications, and Director of DTC University of Minnesota Sparsity and Low Rank for Robust Social Data Analytics and NetworkingArye Nehorai10/25/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Pei-Cheng KuAssociate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan Nitride Semiconductor Nanostructures and ApplicationsJung-Tsung Shen9/20/201310 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mark TameResearch Fellow, Imperial College, London Quantum PlasmonicsLan Yang5/24/201310:10 a.m. Green Hall, Room 0120
Durdu GuneyAssistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Michigan Tech Metamaterials: Making Optics from ScratchLan Yang5/22/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Bahman GharesifardPostdoctoral Research Associate Coordinated Science Laboratory (CSL),University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign Continuous-time Distributed Optimization on Directed GraphsArye Nehorai5/6/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Dorit S. HochbaumIndustrial Engineering and Operations Research, University of California, Berkeley Algorithms for multi-sensor threat detection, tagging and tracking and identifying pathologies in a scenarioArye Nehorai5/3/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Barani RamanAssistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Odor Processing in Biological and Artificial Olfactory SystemsArye Nehorai5/1/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Venkat SubramanianAssociate Professor Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Modeling and Simulation of Lithium-ion Batteries From a Systems Engineering PerspectiveArye Nehorai4/22/201310:10 amGreen Hall, Room 0120
Jung-Tsung ShenDas Family Distinguished Career Development Assistant Professor, Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering Artificial Photonic Materials: the Physics and ApplicationsArye Nehorai4/19/20131:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
W.E. MoernerHarry S. Mosher Professor and Chairman of the Department of Chemistry and Professor of Applied Physics at Stanford University Lighting Up Single MoleculesArye Nehorai4/18/201310 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Christoph StuderPhD Research Scientist Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Rice University Signal and Image Recovery: Theory, Algorithms, and VLSI CircuitsArye Nehorai4/16/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Magnus EgerstedtProfessor, Systems and Control Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Interacting with Multi-Robot Networks: Controllability and BeyondJr-Shin Li4/12/20131:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Alexander S. BelenkyProfessor of Applications of Mathematical Methods,Department of Mathematics for Economics & Decision Choice & Analysis Lab Solution Methods for Minimax, Minimaximin, and Game Problems on Polyhedral Sets in Economic and Social SystemsArye Nehorai4/10/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Ming LiuPostdoctoral Researcher, Nanoscale Science & Engineering Center (NSEC), Berkeley Emerging Graphene-based Devices for Optical Communication and Catalyst EngineeringArye Nehorai4/08/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Se Yong ParkPhD Candidate Electrical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley How Should Controllers Communicate With Each Other?Arye Nehorai4/04/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Piya PalPhD Candidate, Department of Electrical Engineering California Institute of Technology Pushing the Limits of Sparse Recovery: The Interplay of Structured Sampling and Correlation AwarenessArye Nehorai3/28/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mehmet SarikayaProfessor of Departments of Materials Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering, & Oral Health Sciences, University of Washington Molecular Biomimetics – Bridging Biology with Solid Materials by Engineered Peptides: Foundations for Nanotechnology & NanomedicineLan Yang3/27/20133 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Gui Lu LongProfessor of Tsinghua University Experimental Nonadiabatic Holonomic Quantum ComputingLan Yang3/25/20133 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Vivek GoyalAssociate Professor, Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Signal Processing for Novel Acquisition TechnologiesArye Nehorai3/20/20131:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Juan Andrés BazerquePhD Student, Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota Learning Sparse Models for Genetic and Wireless Cognitive NetworksArye Nehorai3/18/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Joseph O'SullivanProfessor and Dean of the UMSL/WUSTL Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program, Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering Computational Imaging Approach for Fanbeam X-Ray Scatter ImagingJoseph O'Sullivan3/1/20131:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Lan YangPreston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering On-chip Whispering-Gallery-Mode Microlasers and Their Applications for SensingLan Yang2/22/20131:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
ShiNung ChingPreston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering Emerging Opportunities at the Interface Between Systems, Control and Brain MedicineShiNung Ching2/13/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Humberto GonzalezPreston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering Simulation of Dynamic Interactions using Hybrid ModelsArye Nehorai1/18/20131:30 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Abbas Babajani-FeremiDepartment of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University School of Medicine Effective Connectivity Analysis of MEG/EEG and fMRI DataArye Nehorai1/14/201310:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

2012

Lawrence CarinWilliam H. Younger Professor of Engineering; Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University Video Compressive SensingJoseph O'Sullivan12/6/201210:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Qi GongDepartment of Applied Mathematics & Statistics University of California, Santa Cruz Pseudospectral Computational Optimal Control and Its ApplicationsJr-Shin Li11/16/201210:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Arye NehoraiChairman, Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Computable Performance Analysis of Sparse Recovery with ApplicationsArye Nehorai11/12/201210:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Yoram BreslerScience Laboratory and the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Data-Driven Learning of Sparse Signal Models for Compressed Sensing and for Signal and Image RepresentationArye Nehorai11/02/201210:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Nasir MemonDepartment of Computer Science & Engineering, New York University-Poly Photo Forensics: There is More to a Picture Than Meets the EyeArye Nehorai10/29/201211:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Lang TongSchool of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University Energy management for large scale charging of electric vehiclesArye Nehorai9/28/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Hisa-Aki TanakaUniversity of Electro-Communications (UEC), Tokyo, Japan Some New Aspects of Injection Locking TechniqueJr-Shin Li9/14/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Aziz KolkiranKatip Celebi University,
Izmir, Turkey
Quantum Optical Metrology with High-intensity NOON StatesLan Yang8/24/20122 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Amir LeshemFaculty of Engineering, Bar-Ilan University,
Ramat Gan, Israel
Cooperative Game Theory and Resource Allocation for Frequency Selective ChannelsArye Nehorai8/17/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Ketan SavlaLaboratory For Information and Decision Systems Massachusetts Institute of Technology Resilient Control for Critical Infrastructure NetworksArye Nehorai4/16/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
ShiNung ChingMassachusetts Institute of Technology Harvard Medical School – Massachusetts General Hospital Systems and Control Approaches to Neural Medicine: Insights From General AnesthesiaArye Nehorai4/2/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Kartik SrinivasanCenter for Nanoscale Science and Technology National Institute of Standards and Technology Nanophotonic Technologies for Quantum Optics and MetrologyJung-Tsung Shen3/30/20122 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Sharon AviranAssistant Researcher, Center for Computational Biology University of California, Berkeley Automated RNA Structure Characterization from High-Throughput Chemical Mapping ExperimentsArye Nehorai3/21/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Gregory TriplettAssociate Professor, James C. Dowell Professorship, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Missouri The Final Frontier: Improved Power Conversion Efficiencies in Mid-Infrared Photonic DevicesBarry Spielman3/20/20122 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
J. Nicholas LanemanDepartment of Electrical Engineering University of Notre Dame Trellis Processing Algorithms for Sensing-Based Dynamic Spectrum Access in Wireless NetworksJoseph O'Sullivan3/16/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Mehmet OzsozDepartment of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Ege University, 35100 Bornova-Izmir, Turkey NUCLEIC ACID BASED ELECTROCHEMICAL BIOSENSORArye Nehorai3/7/20122 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Nobuyuki ImotoGraduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan Optical Devices and Quantum Communications in the Presence of Loss and NoiseLan Yang3/2/20122 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Humberto GonzalezDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California, Berkeley Scalable Computational Control Tools for Cyber-Physical SystemsArye Nehorai2/27/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Ali KakhbodDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of Michigan Resource Allocation in Decentralized Systems: An Instance of a Market and Public Goods ProblemArye Nehorai2/21/201210 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

2011

Badrul ChowdhuryProfessor, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department Missouri University of Science and Technology Pricing of Renewable Distributed Generation and Storage in Competitive Distribution MarketsArye Nehorai10/28/20112 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Erik G. LarssonHead of the Division for Communication Systems Department of Electrical Engineering Linköping University), Linköping, Sweden Scaling up MIMO Communications: Opportunities and Challenges with Very Large ArraysArye Nehorai9/26/201111 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Yan-qing LuCollege of Engineering and Applied Sciences Nanjing University, China Optical Sensing with Microstructured FibersLan Yang9/2/20112 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Alessio BalleriResearch Associate in Radar Systems, Dept. of Electronic and Electrical Engineering University College London, London, UK Acoustic Micro-Doppler Signatures of Personnel Targets: Recognition and Motion ClassificationArye Nehorai5/23/201110:30 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Michelle L. PovinelliMing Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Physics and Astronomy,University of Southern California Applications of Nanophotonics: Absorption Engineering and Optomechanical CircuitsJung-Tsung Shen4/22/20111:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Mona JarrahiElectrical Engineering & Computer Science Dept., University of Michigan Plasmonic Photoconductive Terahertz Radiation SourcesJung-Tsung Shen4/8/20111:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Istvan Z. KissSaint Louis University Department of Chemistry Electrochemical Oscillator Networks on Macro- and Microscales: Phase Diffusion, Synchronization, and Pacemaker DesignJr-Shin Li3/25/20111:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Samuel A. WicklineProfessor of Medicine, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, and Cellular Biology Center For Translational Research in Advanced Imaging and Nanomedicine (C-TRAIN), Washington University in St. Louis NanoBees: Nanoparticle Delivery of Cytolytic Peptides to Tumors and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Based Quantification of EfficacyArye Nehorai3/11/201111 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Mazen AlamirCNRS Associate Professor, Control System Department University of Grenoble, France On Robust Control of Biological Model: Application to the Combined Therapy of CancerHiro Mukai3/9/201111 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Koray AydinPostdoctoral Research Scholar California Institute of Technology Thomas J. Watson Laboratory of Applied Physics Engineering Nanoscale Photonic Functionalities with Active Metamaterials and Plasmonic AbsorbersArye Nehorai2/28/201111 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Zheng WangResearch Laboratory of Electronics Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) One-way Electromagnetic Chiral Edge States in Magneto-optical Photonic CrystalsJung-Tsung Shen02/25/20111:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
S. Massoud AminDirector, Technological Leadership Institute (TLI) Honeywell/H.W. Sweatt Chair in Technological Leadership Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Minnesota THE SMART GRID: OVERVIEW, ISSUES, AND CHALLENGESArye Nehorai2/23/20111:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Wenshan CaiThe Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials Stanford University Extreme Manipulation of Light with Plasmonics and MetamaterialsArye Nehorai2/14/201111 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Itai SenedDepartment of Political Science, the Center for New Institutional Social Sciences The Math of ‘Alternative Energy Sources’ Is Not Being Taught in the Engineering School (And For a Reason)Arye Nehorai1/28/201111 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305

2010

Jiangang ZhuDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis On-Chip Ultra-High-Q Microtoroidal ResonatorLan Yang12/3/20101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 509C
David Van EssenDepartment of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Washington University School of Medicine The Human Connectome Project: Opportunities and Challenges in Mapping Human Brain CircuitryArye Nehorai12/03/20101 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Haisheng RongPhotonics Technology Lab Intel's Corporate Technology Group Silicon Based Nonlinear Optical Devices and ApplicationsJung-Tsung Shen11/19/20101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Ramesh K. AgarwalDepartment of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science Washington University in St. Louis Time-Domain Numerical Techniques for the Solution of Maxwell EquationsJung-Tsung Shen11/12/20101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Chee Wei WongCenter for Integrated Science and Engineering Solid-State Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University Controlling Light in Photonic NanostructuresJung-Tsung Shen11/05/20101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
John WrightResearcher, Visual Computing Group Microsoft Research Asia Robust Analysis of High-Dimensional DataArye Nehorai11/1/101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Zhiwen LiuDepartment of Electrical Engineering Department Pennsylvania State University, University Park Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy and Holography Lan Yang10/29/101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Eric PopDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene: Towards Energy-Efficient Computing?Lan Yang10/22/101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 509C
Jade MortonDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering Miami University A GPS Multipath Estimation and Mitigation Technique for High Accuracy ApplicationsArye Nehorai10/15/1011 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Jung-Tsung ShenPreston M. Green Department of Electrical
& Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
Manipulating Light at Deep Sub-wavelength Scales Open New Device and Material PossibilitiesJung-Tsung Shen10/8/20101:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Jeff MoehlisDept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara Controlling NeuronsJr-Shin Li10/1/201010 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Francis J. Doyle IIIDept. of Chemical Engineering University of California, Santa Barbara Systems Biology: Control at the Interface of Life Science and EngineeringHiro Mukai9/14/2010 - 9/16/20109:30 - 11:00 a.m. Brauer Hall, Room 12
Toshio FukudaNagoya University Small World Exploration by Micro and Nano Robotics – Micro and Nano Manipulation and ApplicationsHiro Mukai9/13/109 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Prakash NarayanDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Maryland THE POISSON FADING CHANNELJoseph O’Sullivan7/23/20102 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Robert BoydDepartment of Physics and Astronomy and The Institute of Optics, University of Rochester The Excitement of Nonlinear OpticsJung-Tsung Shen4/30/20101:30 p.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Raj Rao NadakuditiDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan Random Matrix Theory & Limits of Weak Signal Detection, Estimation and ClusteringArye Nehorai4/28/201011 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Younan XiaDepartment of Biomedical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Engineering the Plasmonic Properties of Nanostructures for Various ApplicationsJung-Tsung Shen4/23/20103 p.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Teemy RoosHelsinki Institute for Information Technology Looking for Trees in DataJoseph O'Sullivan4/22/20104 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Stuart SolinDepartment of Physics and Center for Materials Innovation, Washington University in St. Louis EXX Phenomena in Semiconductor-Metal Hybrid StructuresJung-Tsung Shen4/16/20103 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Naomi Ehrich LeonardMechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
Princeton University
Robustness of Decision Dynamics in Animal Groups and Human GroupsJr-Shin Li4/16/201011 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Zohar NussinovPhysics Department, Washington University in St. Louis Multi-resolution Methods in the Analysis of Large NetworksJung-Tsung Shen4/9/20103 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Garrett GilchristDepartment of Electrical and Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Characterization of Scannable Leaky Wave AntennasJung-Tsung Shen4/2/20103 p.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Guoqiang LiCollege of Optometry, University of Missouri - St. LouisElectro-optic Polymeric Holography for ImagingJung-Tsung Shen3/19/20103 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Lan YangDepartment of Electrical and Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Ultra-high-quality Micro-resonators on a Silicon Chip: From Optical Communication to Single Nanoparticle SensingJung-Tsung Shen3/5/20103 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Lihong WangDepartment of Biomedical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Photoacoustic Tomography: Breaking Through the Optical Diffusion LimitJung-Tsung Shen2/26/20103 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 509C
Benjamin SlocumbNumerica CorporationRecent Advances in Multiple Target Tracking 3/2/20103 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305

2009

Jay KeaslingDepartment of Chemical Engineering, University of California - Berkeley2009 Cox Distinguished Lecture: "Synthetic Biology for Synthetic Chemistry: From Bugs to Drugs and Fuels" 10/30/200911 a.m.Whitaker Auditorium
Andrew TeelDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California - Santa Barbara Zaborszky Distinguished Lecture Series: Andrew R. Teel Lecture 2: Hybrid Dynamical Systems: Modeling, Stability, and ControlHiro Mukai9/23/200910 a.m.Rebstock Hall, Room 322
Andrew TeelDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California - Santa Barbara Zaborszky Distinguished Lecture Series: Andrew R. Teel Lecture 2: Hybrid Dynamical Systems: Modeling, Stability, and ControlHiro Mukai9/22/200910 a.m.Rebstock Hall, Room 322
Andrew TeelDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California - Santa Barbara Zaborszky Distinguished Lecture Series: Andrew R. Teel Lecture 2: Hybrid Dynamical Systems: Modeling, Stability, and ControlHiro Mukai9/21/200910 a.m.Rebstock Hall, Room 322
Nan LinDepartment of Mathematics and Division of Biostatistics, Washington University in St. Louis Statistical Aggregation in Massive Data EnvironmentArye Nehorai9/18/20092 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Animashree AnandkumarDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University
Department of Electrical and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Scaling Laws for Distributed Inference in Random Fusion NetworksMartin Arthur5/12/2009

10 a.m.


Bryan Hall, Room 305
Philip FengKavli Nanoscience Institute, California Institute of Technology Multifunctional Nanoelectromechanical Devices and Systems: From Single-Biomolecule Sensing to Information Processing and Very Large Scale IntegrationMartin Arthur5/6/2009

10
a.m.

Bryan Hall, Room 305
Fred DaumRaytheon Company Nonlinear Filters with Particle FlowArye Nehorai5/4/200911 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Ronald EsmanMicrosystems Technology Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Photonics for Microwave Generation,Transmission, and ProcessingDaniel Rode4/30/20094 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Marco DuarteDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rice University Signal Recovery from Randomized Measurements Using Structured Sparsity ModelsMartin Arthur4/22/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Jung-Tsung ShenGinzton Lab, Stanford University Manipulating Light at Single Wavelength or Deep Sub-wavelength Scales Open New Device and Material PossibilitiesMartin Arthur4/17/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Steve CousinsWillow Garage2009 Cox Distinguished Lecture: "An Open Platform for Robotics Research" 4/15/200911 a.m.Whitaker Auditorium
Leslie ServiLincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tracking in a Maritime ContextArye Nehorai4/13/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Ketan SavlaLaboratory for Information and Decision Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cooperation Strategies for Cyber Physical SystemsMartin Arthur4/8/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Amit Kumar AgrawalCenter for Nanoscale Science and Technology, National Institute of Standards and Technology Terahertz Optoelectronics: New Devices, Techniques, and ApplicationsMartin Arthur4/1/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Zhi JiangUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Spectral Line-by-Line Pulse Shaping for Optical Arbitrary Waveform GenerationMartin Arthur3/25/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Zhenyu LiCalifornia Institute of Technology Optofluidics: Integration of Nanophotonics with MicrofluidicsMartin Arthur3/16/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Mark DehnertGoldman SachsLuncheon with Washington University AlumnusHiro Mukai3/25/2009NoonBryan Hall, Room 305
William ShannonWashington University in St. Louis School of Medicine and Biostatistical Consulting Center Functional Data Analysis Methods for Actigraphy in Sleep MedicineArye Nehorai3/2/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Nicholas LanemanDepartment of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame Information Theory and Secure Communications ArchitectureJoseph O’Sullivan2/27/20091:30 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
John SommererApplied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University The Impact of Technology Globalization:Challenges to and Opportunities for National SecurityArye Nehorai2/19/20093:15 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Marcus ChuSystems Engineer at BoeingRobotics Project at Boeing 2/16/2009NoonBryan Hall, Room 305
Christopher ByrnesDepartment of Electrical and Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Nonlinear Oscillations and the Steady-State Behavior of Nonlinear Feedback SystemsArye Nehorai2/13/200911 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Gaurav SharmaDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Rochester Joint Prediction of RNA Secondary StructureArye Nehorai2/4/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Imam Samil YetikDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Medical Imaging Research Center, Illinois Institute of Technology Automated Prostate Cancer Localization with Multispectral MRIArye Nehorai2/2/200910 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305

2008

Christopher RichmondLincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Detection, Estimation, and Beamforming for Adaptive Sensor Arrays:Algorithms and PerformanceArye Nehorai12/16/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Joseph AckermanDepartment of Chemistry, Washington University in St. Louis Magnetic Resonance Imaging and the Diffusion of Water: Physical Chemistry and Biophysics Meet RadiologyArye Nehorai12/12/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
William ShannonDivision of Biostatistics, Washington University in St. Louis Probe Selection from Array Data Based on Maximizing Mantel Correlation Coefficients Using Genetic Algorithm Search StrategiesArye Nehorai12/1/200810 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Dominic K.C. HoDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Missouri Signal Processing in Landmine Detection: Recent Advances and ChallengesArye Nehorai11/21/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
David MillerSchool of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Oklahoma University K-12 Robotics: The Need for Inspiration and EducationArye Nehorai11/14/20082 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
John CooperDepartment of Cell Biology and Physiology, Washington University in St. Louis Quantitative Analysis of Fluorescence Microscope Data: Examples from Cell MotilityArye Nehorai11/12/200810 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Zhi-Pei LiangDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Fast Imaging with Sparse SamplingArye Nehorai10/24/200811 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Alberto IsidoriDepartment of Information and Systems, University of Rome, Italy Zaborszky Lectures 3: Current Research and Open ProblemsHiro Mukai10/8/20089:30 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Alberto IsidoriDepartment of Information and Systems, University of Rome, Italy Zaborszky Lectures 2: Asymptotic Tracking and Disturbance Rejection.Hiro Mukai10/7/20088:30 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Alberto IsidoriDepartment of Information and Systems, University of Rome, Italy Zaborszky Lectures 1: Robust Stabilization via Measured State Feedback.Hiro Mukai10/6/20089:30 a.m. Rebstock Hall, Room 322
Sahin Kaya OzdemirGraduate School of Electronic Science, Osaka University, Japan Multipartite Entangled States for Quantum Information ProcessingLan Yang9/29/20082 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Erik LarssonDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Linkoping University ,Sweden Soft MIMO Detection at Fixed ComplexityArye Nehorai9/22/200811 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Nobuyuki ImotoGraduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan Photonic Implementation of Quantum Information ProcessingLan Yang9/16/200810 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Javier Gonzalo GarciaNational University of La Plata, Argentina A Robust Filtering Scheme for Attitude/Rate Estimation with GNSS SignalsArye Nehorai9/15/200810 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
John SommererApplied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University The Desperate Need for Systems Engineering Throughout GovernmentErvin Rodin9/10/200810 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Viktor GruevDepartment of Computer Science and Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Camera-on-Chip: Low Power Sensors for Visual Information ExtractionArye Nehorai9/5/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Marina Diaz MichelenaDepartment of Space Programs and Space Sciences, National Institute for Aerospace Technology , Spain Magnetic and Optoelectronic Strategies of INTA for Space COTS & OWLS*Ron Indeck7/15/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Nathan GoodmanDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson Foundations of Cognitive RadarArye Nehorai6/11/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Stark DraperDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin Securing Biometric Data Using Error-correcting CodesJoseph O'Sullivan5/9/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Herschel RabitzDepartment of Chemistry, Princeton University Controlling Quantum Dynamics Phenomena with Shaped Laser Pulses Acting as Photonic ReagentsJr-Shin Li5/6/200811 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Negar KiyavashDepartment of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Time is of the Essence: Exploiting an Unused Degree of Freedom in Packet NetworksJoseph O'Sullivan4/30/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Aleksandar DogandzicDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University Decentralized Random-field Estimation for Sensor Networks Using Quantized Spatially Correlated Data and Fusion-center FeedbackArye Nehorai4/23/200810 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
José MouraDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University Distributed Processing in Sensor NetworksArye Nehorai4/11/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Mark MillerDepartment of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University School of Medicine Modeling Immune System Dynamics from in vivo Imaging DataArye Nehorai3/28/200811 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Toshio FukudaDepartment of Micro-Nano Systems Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan Bio-medical Devices and Robotic SystemsTzyh Jong Tarn3/20/2008NoonBryan Hall, Room 305
Sahin Kaya OzdemirGraduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan Protecting Quantum Information Against Decoherence Lan Yang3/19/20082 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Nikolaos TsekosDepartment of Biomedical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Magnetic Resonance Imaging Guided Interventions: A Multidisciplinary ChallengeArye Nehorai3/19/200811 p.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Jelena KovacevicDepartments of Biomedical, Electrical, and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University Problems in Biological Imaging: Opportunities for Signal ProcessingArye Nehorai, Pinaki Sarder3/7/20081 p.m.Whitaker Hall, Room 218
Negar KiyavashDepartment of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Time is of the Essence: Exploiting an Unused Degree of Freedom in Packet NetworksJoseph O'Sullivan3/5/200810 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Ying ShangDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Systems over a Semiring: A New FrontierJoseph O’Sullivan2/13/200810 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
John SchotlandDepartment of Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania Image Reconstruction in Optical TomographyArye Nehorai1/28/200811 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305

2007

Anders LindquistDepartment of Mathematics, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Generalized Moment Problems with Complexity Constraints: A New Paradigm in Signal Processing and Control 12/10/200710 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
John Rohrbaugh and Joseph O'sullivanDepartment of Electrical and Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis and Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine Physiology and Biometrics From a Distance Using Laser Doppler Vibrometry 12/7/20072 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Graham GoodwinDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Newcastle, Australia Sampling and Quantization in System Modeling, Control and Signal ProcessingHiro Mukai12/03/07 - 12/05/07M: 10 a.m.Eliot Hall, Room 102
T: 9 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
W: 10 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Robert PlessDepartment Computer Science and Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis Image Manifolds in Medical Imagery mage 10/31/200710 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Gang ShiDivision of Biostatistics, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine Quantitative Trait Linkage Analysis in the Presence of Temporal Trends in Genetic EffectsArye Nehorai10/17/20074 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Gary FriedmanDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Drexel University Application of Non-thermal Plasma in Medicine 10/12/20072 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Pedro RoncaglioloNational University of La Plata , Argentina Digital Design of GPS Carrier Tracking LoopsArye Nehorai 9/21/200710 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Pedro RoncaglioloNational University of La Plata , Argentina Attitude Estimation with GPS Signals Arye Nehorai 9/19/200710 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Hans-Juergen EngelbertFriedrich-Schiller University, Germany On One-Dimensional Stochastic Differential EquationsHiro Mukai8/13/200711 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Dibyen Majumdar University of Illinois, Chicago Optimal Designs for Linear and Nonlinear ModelsArye Nehorai 7/19/200711 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Gang ShiWashington University in St. Louis School of Medicine Quantitative Trait Linkage Analysis in the Presence of Temporal Trends in Genetic EffectsArye Nehorai6/8/20074 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Mike McCoyThe Boeing Company Introduction of Systems of SystemsHiro Mukai4/27/200711:30 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Nader EnghetaUniversity of PennsylvaniaMetamaterialsBarry Spielman4/20/200711 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Sandeep PradhanUniversity of MichiganA Graph-Base Framework for Transmission of Correlated Sources over Multi-User ChannelsJoseph O'Sullivan3/2/200710 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305
Marcos ChuThe Boeing CompanySystems Engineering and INCOSESociety for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Washington University in St. Louis Chapter1/25/2007NoonBryan Hall, Room 305
Nikolai ZhitenevBell Labs Electronic Conducting States in Nano- and Mesoscale Molecular DevicesStuart Solin1/17/200710 a.m. Bryan Hall, Room 305

2006

Alberto IsidoriWashington University in St. LouisAdaptive Tracking and Disturbance Rejection: Recent Advances and Current ResearchAlberto Isidori12/15/200611 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Tony LeeInf. Eng. Chinese University of Hong Kong Mathematical Parallels Between Packet Switching and Information TransmissionJonathan Turner12/4/200611 a.m.Cupples II Hall, Room 217
Anton BurykinWashington University in St. Louis Cardio-Respiratory Dynamics in Critically Ill Patients: Synchronization by Mechanical VentilationSubham Ghosh11/3/200611 a.m.Cupples II Hall, Room 217
Paul FriemelCooper Bussmann Fuse Co. Overload ProtectionTom Collins11/1/20065:30 P.m.Cupples II Hall, Room 217
Youngin OhNext Dimension Technology Co., Ltd., Korea DSP as High Speed Multimedia PlatformDaniel Fuhrmann 10/13/068:30 a.m.Cupples II Hall, Room 220
Yurly ShkvarkoCINZESTAV High Resolution Multi-sensor Environmental ImagingDaniel Fuhrmann10/6/200611 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Erik LarssonDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Cooperative transmit Diversity Based on Superposition CodingArye Nehorai9/29/200610 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Wei LinDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Case Western Reserve University New Results on Semi-Global Output Feedback Stabilization of Nonlinear SystemsSubham Ghosh9/29/20063 p.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Rob GrotheCedars-Sinai Medical Center Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Proteomic Mixtures: The Quest for Personalized Medicine 9/25/20069 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Stephen BoydDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University Convex Optimization: Recent Advances and ApplicationsHiro Mukai9/18/2006 11 a.m.Lopata Hall, Room 101
Stephen BoydDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University Disciplined Convex ProgrammingHiro Mukai9/19/2006 11 a.m.Cupples II Hall, Room 217
Stephen BoydDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University Convex Optimization of Graph Laplacian EigenvaluesHiro Mukai9/20/2006 11 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305
Antonia TulinoPrinceton University Eigenvalues and singular Values of Random Matrices: Theory and Applications 8/17/200611 a.m.Bryan Hall, Room 305

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