Department Colloquium Series

Dedicated to hosting presentations at the intersection of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the EECS Colloquium offers a mix of short talks by faculty describing their latest research results as well as internationally distinguished speakers.  It provides an opportunity for an exchange of ideas between our department's community and the outside world.

Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 PM, HP Auditorium, 306 Soda Hall (unless otherwise noted)
Light refreshments served at 3:30 pm

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2019-2020 Colloquium Videos

Fall 2019

Joe Paradiso, MIT

How We Will Connect To Our Networked Future in a Post-IoT World

  September 4, 2019

Sayeef Salahuddin, Berkeley EECS

Negative Capacitance and Its Potential Use for Next Generation Computing Technology

September 11, 2019

Jim Keller, Intel

Moore’s Law is Not Dead

 September 18, 2019

Rod Brooks, MIT

Steps Toward Super Intelligence and the Search for a New Path

September 25, 2019

Eli Yablonovitch

How We Got Cellphone Antennas Wrong For 20 Years;  and How We Fixed It

October 2, 2019

Canceled - To be rescheduled in Spring

  Yaser Sheikh, Facebook Reality Labs

Metric Telepresence

  October 9, 2019

Alessandro Chiesa could not attend.

Stuart Russell, Berkeley EECS

Provably Beneficial Artificial Intelligence

October 16, 2019

Wallace Marshall, UCSF

Controlling structure in living cells: from cellular size control systems to CellCAD

October 23, 2019

Petros Koumoutsakos, ETH Zürich

Machine Learning for Fluid Mechanics

  October 30, 2019

Daphne Koller, Stanford, insitro

Machine Learning: a New Approach to Drug Discovery

November 6, 2019

Nika Haghtalab, Cornell

Learning for Decision-Making: Dynamics and Economics

November 13, 2019

Sham Kakade, University of Washington

Representation, Modeling, and Optimization in Reinforcement Learning

November 20, 2019


November 27, 2019

Gregory Abowd, Georgia Tech

The Internet of Materials: The next logical step or a paradigm shift?

December 4, 2019