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.

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.
Oct13

Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Fang Han, University of Washington
TBA
Oct20

Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Francesca Chiaromonte, Pennsylvania State University
TBA
Oct22

Nanostructured Silicon as a Therapeutic and Diagnostic Tool: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall
  • Distinguished Prof. Michael J. Sailor, UC San Diego, MRSEC / Chem / MSE
This presentation describes the chemistry and properties of mesoporous silicon nanoparticles relevant to sensing and treating diseased tissues in vivo. Nanophase silicon is one of few semiconductor "quantum dot" materials that is non-toxic and that degrades to non-toxic byproducts. For in vivo applications, advantages include the tissue-penetrating near-infrared wavelength of emission, the...
Oct27

Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Luke Miratrix, Harvard University
TBA
Oct29

Exploring Spin and Topological Phenomena in Complex Oxide Thin Films: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall
  • Prof. Yuri Suzuki, Stanford University, Applied Physics
Spin functionality in materials has the potential to transform energy relevant technologies by providing a new approach to information propagation and manipulation. To date, microelectronics has been largely based on the manipulation of electrons via their charge and advances in devices have been enabled by the introduction of new materials and their subsequent improvements in performance. Spin...
Nov03

Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Alexander D'Amour, Google Brain
TBA
Nov05

The Migration of Engineered Nanomaterials Out of Nanotechnology-Enabled Polymers and into Foods and Other Environments: Nano Seminar Series

180 Tan Hall
  • Timothy V Duncan, PhD, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Food Processing Science and Technology
Polymer nanocomposites (PNCs) are an emerging class of materials in which nanoscale fillers are dispersed within a polymer. PNCs have attracted considerable interest as base materials for next generation food packaging, medical devices, and other consumer product applications. To better understand the potential for humans to be exposed to engineered nanomaterials from PNCs, there is a need to...
Nov12

Twist Degree of Freedom - From 2D Materials to Photonic Crystals: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall
  • Prof. Jie Yao, UC Berkeley, Materials Science & Engineering
The recent development of 2D materials and photonic systems enabled the exploration of the twist degree of freedom. By adjusting the relative orientations of two adjacent layered structures, new phenomena such as Moire pattern enabled properties emerge, leading to unprecedented opportunities in the exploration of both electronic materials and photonic systems. My group has been focused on the...