EECS Department Colloquium Series

This colloquium is dedicated to hosting presentations at the intersection of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The colloquium consists of a mix of short faculty presentations presenting their latest research results, with presentations of internationally distinguished speakers who are brought to campus to interact with our department's community.

Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 PM HP Auditorium, 306 Soda Hall (unless otherwise noted)

Fall 2013

September 4

Interactive Data Analysis

Jeffrey Heer
Associate Professor of Computer Science
University of Washington

September 11

Neural Dust and Neural Interfaces

Michel Maharbiz

Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences
UC Berkeley

September 18

How to Encrypt Software

Amit Sahai
Professor of Computer Science

September 25

Precision Medicine at UC San Francisco

Keith Yamamoto
Vice Chancellor for Research,
Executive Vice Dean of the School of Medicine, and
Professor of Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology,

October 2

Building Better Online Courses

Peter Norvig
Director of Research
Google, Inc.

October 9

A Look at the Modern Landscape of Internet Threats: 4 Paradigm Shifts

Vern Paxson
Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences
UC Berkeley

October 16  
October 23

Innovation is "in" the Mind: The Converging Trajectories of IT, Neuro and Nano

Jan Rabaey
Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences,
UC Berkeley

October 30

A 61-Million-Person Experiment in Social Influence and Political Mobilization

James Fowler

Professor of Medical Genetics and Political Science
UC San Diego

November 6

A Distributed Camera

Noah Snavely

Professor, Graphics and Vision Group
Computer Science Department
Cornell University

November 13

3D Printing: From Virtual to Real

Wojciech Matusik

Professor, EECS
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

November 20

Humans, Devices, and How They Live Together

Yoky Matsuoka
VP of Technology
Nest Labs

November 27

Thanksgiving Holiday

December 4

Tiny Leaps for Robot Kind: Combining microfabrication and robotics

Sarah Bergbreiter

University of Maryland