Events

Campus Reopening Notice

Starting June 16th, vaccinated EECS faculty, staff, and students can voluntarily return to their offices, labs and other research spaces in Cory and Soda Halls if they follow the procedures outlined in the EECS Safety Manual.  Building restrictions for non-affiliated collaborators, event attendees, and visitors will continue but be loosened over time. Cory and Soda Halls will open during the first week in August.  We are not hosting events or activities until we receive more clarity about regulatory requirements and are able to resume full operations. Most employees will return to campus on July 12th, and in-person instruction will resume for the Fall semester on August 25th, unless otherwise specified by campus. Please continue to check the University Coronavirus Updates and Resources for latest information.

Sep23

SambaNova Tech Talk + Fireside Chat

TBA
Ajit Punj will share how SambaNova Systems is advancing AI for everyone, everywhere with a flexible, full stack solution that can unlock new capabilities of deep learning applications orders of magnitude faster than on traditional hardware. This will be followed up with breakout room sessions of casual Q&A with a few of our engineers where you can learn more about SambaNova Systems, get career...
Sep24

K3 Direct Detector: How is it useful for electron spectroscopy?: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall
  • Dr. Sandhya Susarla, LBNL Molecular Foundry, NCEM
Direct electron detectors (DEDs) have given the ability to detect subtle structural and electronic changes both for X-rays and for electron microscopy. Correlated electron microscopy and spectroscopy techniques such as scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) and Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS) fit in a unique space in the suite of materials characterization due to their...
Sep28

Visa Info-session

TBA
TBA
Sep29

a16z Tech Talk: Featuring Freenome, Anyscale, and Applied Intuition

Via Zoom
Brought to you by the16z College Talent Program Andreessen Horowitz (known as "a16z") is a venture capital firm that backs bold entrepreneurs building the future through technology. We invest in seed to late-stage technology companies, across the consumer, enterprise, bio/healthcare, crypto, and fintech spaces. a16z has $19.2B in assets under management across multiple funds. We aim to...
Sep29

Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Will Fithian, UC Berkeley
TBA
Oct01

Optical Interconnects for Superconducting Quantum Processors: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall
  • Prof. Alp Sipahigil, UC Berkeley, EECS / BSAC
The ability to store, transfer, and process quantum information promises to transform how we calculate, communicate, and measure. In the past two decades, superconducting microwave circuits based on Josephson junctions emerged as a powerful platform for quantum computation. However, these systems operate at low temperatures and microwave frequencies, and require coherent optical interconnects...
Oct05
The inaugural ACM conference on Equity and Access in Algorithms, Mechanisms, and Optimization (EAAMO ’21) aims to highlight work where techniques from algorithms, optimization, and mechanism design, along with insights from other disciplines, can help improve equity and access to opportunity for historically disadvantaged and underserved communities. The conference is organized by the...
Oct05

CCB Seminar: The effects of cross-trait assortative mating on genetic correlation estimators

125 Li Ka Shing Center
  • Dr. Noah Zaitlen, Assistant Professor, UCLA
Abstract: Positive genetic correlation estimates are commonly interpreted as evidencethat two traits share overlapping biological features. With the increasing avail-ability of large consortium and biobank datasets, considerable research activityhas focused on cataloging the genetic correlation structure of complex humantraits in order to better understand shared etiology and transdiagnostic...
Oct06

Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Yiqiao Zhong, Stanford University
TBA
Oct07

Fostering Foresight: 2021 Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity Research Exchange

Virtual Event
The UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) invites you to join us for our fifth-annual Research Exchange, a showcase of the work of CLTC-affiliated researchers who are working to positively influence how individuals, organizations, and governments act on foresight and help expand who gets to participate in — and has access to — cybersecurity.