Events

Oct03

a16z Demo Day

Freezeway Soda Hall
Join a16z for a Demo Day with Barefoot Networks, Branch, Ciitizen, DeepMap, Descript, Doxel, RapidAPI, Shield.Al, SmartCar, and UnifylD. This open format gathering will let you connect with portfolio representatives, experience product demos, and have deeper conversations about the companies and their technologies. Don't forget to bring a copy of your resume! Lunch will be provided....
Oct03

Berkeley ACM A.M. Turing Laureate Lecture: Proofs, Knowledge, and Computation

Banatao Auditorium Sutardja Dai Hall
  • Silvio Micali, Ford Professor of Engineering, M.I.T
As part of a special series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Computer Science at Berkeley, where eight awardees of the highest honor in computer science reflect on their time during a golden age of CS research at Berkeley and look toward the future of research and technological development in their fields.
Oct03

Roblox Info-Session

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
TBA
Oct04

A16Z Tech Talks

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
Join a16z for a series of Tech Talks by Branch, Ciitizen, Cresta.ai, Descript, and repl.it. Andreessen Horowitz wants to connect the best developers and designers to our startup portfolio. If you have a passion for technology, join the a16z talent network! Dinner will be provided.
Oct05

Solid State Technology and Devices Seminar: “Origin of strong Rashba spin orbit coupling and spin-Hall effect in Si”

521 Hogan Room Cory Hall
  • Sandeep Kumar, University of California, Riverside
Silicon can be a promising material for spintronics due to long spin diffusion length at room temperature. For realization of Si spintronics, efficient generation of spin current, detection and manipulation is essential. But insignificant intrinsic spin-orbit coupling leads to insignificant spin-Hall effect (spin current generation) and inverse spin-Hall effect (spin current detection), which is...
Oct05

Smart Additive Manufacturing: Bioinspired Algorithmic - Driven Design of Composites: Nano Seminar Series

390 Hearst Memorial Mining Building
  • Prof. Grace X. Gu, UC Berkeley, Mechanical Engineering
I will discuss ways we have mimicked nature’s designs using simulation, additive manufacturing, and testing to investigate how to create synthetic materials with superior mechanical properties (e.g. toughness, strength, impact resistance).
Oct08

Innovators@Cal

Banatao Auditorium & Blum Hall Sutardja Dai Hall
  • Sasha Orloff, CEO & Co-Founder, LendUp
Innovators@Cal is an exciting event which fosters collaboration across the UC Berkeley campus. If you have an idea or startup, are looking to form or join a team, or are interested in the entrepreneurship resources available - this event is for you! Hosted by Big Ideas, Global Social Venture Competition, LAUNCH Accelerator, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute Tech for Social Good Program, and the...
Oct08

Splunk Tech Talk

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
Splunk: From Machine Data to Operational Intelligence We take your machine data and make sense of it. IT sense. Security sense. Business sense. Common sense. Splunk products deliver visibility and insights for IT and the business. Are You Listening to Your Data? Come meet our Splunkers to learn more about all that Splunk has to offer! - Will there be food?: YES!! Recruiting for both...
Oct09

Letters of recommendation in Berkeley undergraduate admissions: Program evaluation and natural language processing: Berkeley Distinguished Lectures in Data Science

190 Doe Library
  • Jesse Rothstein, Professor, Public Policy and Economics, UC Berkeley
In Fall 2015 and 2016, UC Berkeley asked many freshman applicants to submit letters of recommendation as part of their applications. This was highly controversial. Proponents argued that letters would aid in the identification of disadvantaged students who had overcome obstacles that were not otherwise apparent from their applications, while opponents argued that disadvantaged students were...