Seminars

Upcoming Seminars

January 21, 2022

Developing sensors and systems for functional interventional ultrasound imaging

Brooks Lindsey
Assistant Professor, Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering & Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Tech

January 28, 2022

Developing Reliable Power Electronics

F. Patrick McCluskey
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park
University of Maryland, College Park

February 4, 2022

TBA (Radar Applications)

Mahta Moghaddam
University of Southern California

February 11, 2022

TBA (Optoelectronics)

Jonathan Wierer
North Carolina State University

The ECE Distinguished Speaker Colloquium is our flagship seminar series, featuring presentations from distinguished speakers drawn from both academia and industry who will address a wide variety of topics of interest to our community. Everyone is invited to attend, from undergraduates on up to faculty and industry friends — the level of the presentations will be for non-specialists and accessible to students.

ECE hosts a regularly scheduled seminar series, the Interdisciplinary Distinguished Seminar Series, with preeminent and leading researchers in the US and the world, to help promote North Carolina as a center of innovation and knowledge and to ensure safeguarding its place of leading research.

ABB and ECE are proud to host the ABB Distinguished Lecture Series in Power Engineering. Each semester, a nationally prominent expert will lecture on a topic related to recent developments in power technology and the smart grid. Distinguished speakers drawn from ABB, academia and the power industry will address the most timely and challenging topics of the power engineering and smart grid industries. Everyone is invited to attend, from undergraduates on up to faculty and friends of the department.

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