Department Colloquium Series

Spring 2021 Colloquium

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.

The Spring 2021 Colloquium lectures will be presented as Zoom webinars. They will be publicly accessible without a password, but you will need to have a Zoom account to attend.  Videos of the presentations are available to everyone.

Starting March 31, 2021, all colloquium Zoom webinars can be accessed from:

Subscribe to the eecs-announce mailing list through the web interface or via email so you can be apprised of upcoming talks.

 Mark Yim, University of Pennsylvania

 Kinematic Versatility in Robotics

 Zoom Webinar

 March 10, 2021

 Sawyer B. Fuller, University of Washington

 Autonomous insect-sized robots

 Zoom Webinar

 March 17, 2021

Spring Break

 March 24, 2021

Dan Spielman, Yale University

Algorithmic Discrepancy Theory for Randomized Controlled Trials

 Zoom Webinar

 March 31, 2021

Bryan Catanzaro, NVIDIA

Applications of Deep Learning in Graphics, Conversational AI, and Systems Design

 Zoom Webinar

 April 7, 2021

Quoc Le, Google Brain

Neural Architecture Search and Meta Pseudo Labels

 Zoom Webinar

 April 14, 2021

Laura Waller, Berkeley EECS

 End-to-end learning for computational microscopy

 Zoom Webinar

 April 21, 2021

 Chris Urmson, Aurora

 Delivering the benefits of self-driving technology: Aurora's approach to development

 Zoom Webinar

 April 28, 2021

Chris Urmson speaks on "Delivering the benefits of self-driving technology: Aurora's approach to development," 4/28/21