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October 15, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
INSTRUCTION SET ARCHITECTURE AS A LEVER FOR BETTER SECURITY, PERFORMANCE AND EFFICIENCY IN GENERAL PURPOSE PROCESSORS In general purpose processors, the instruction set architecture changes little over time, to maximize software compatibility. In this talk, I make the case that abandoning that approach can provide big gains in…
October 08, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
NANO-PHOTONICS, PLASMONICS, AND MEMRISTOR We have enjoyed the great successes of “Moore’s law” for more than four decades. They have mainly been fueled by the semiconductor industry. Although the end of the roadmap may be getting closer, it is just the start of a new era when we will leverage the billions of dollars that have been…
October 01, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
MINIATURIZED SOURCES OF ULTRASHORT OPTICAL PULSES AND HIGH SPECTRAL PURITY MICROWAVE SIGNALS A train of ultrashort optical pulses is comprised of a large number of laser tones oscillating synchronously. This equally-spaced array of frequencies, called an optical frequency comb, has found applications in the generation of high…
June 04, 2018 @ 11:10 am
WCH 205/206
Nano-Optics for Highly Localized EM Fields and Some Applications This presentation describes studies of optical phenomena at the nanoscale for coupling electromagnetic waves into bright, sub-diffraction-limited spots. In particular, we investigate optical and infrared antennas designed to strongly resonate with radiation. The gain…
May 21, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
UAVs vs. Natural Autonomous Vehicles (NAVs) -- Are We Closing the Gap? There have been many significant advancements in UAV technology over the past 10-15 years.  In this presentation, we will step back and evaluate how well we are really doing in this area by comparing performance of UAVs with those of Natural Autonomous Vehicles…
May 07, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
Sparse Sampling for Active Learning of Multi-Source and Multi-Modal Environments Consider a field of interest from which you can only collect a few observations.  From these observations, we wish to find a target's location. Such a problem arises in military surveillance, environmental monitoring, cyber-security, medical diagnosis…
April 23, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
Exploring the Frontier of Cooperative Marine Robotics: Navigation and Control of Network Autonomous Vehicles The last decade has witnessed tremendous progress in the development of marine technologies that are steadily affording scientists advanced equipment and methods for ocean exploration and exploitation. Recent advances in…
April 16, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
Unstructured (Big) Image Data Challenges Multimodal, unstructured data is ubiquitous: from consumer devices such as smart phones to scientific imaging, we encounter this data constantly, everywhere. The data is voluminous, accounting for a significant part of the digital data (one could speculate this to be >90%) generated…
March 12, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
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March 05, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
Analysis and Design of Large Multi-Agent Swarms Through Continuum Approximations Self-organization is a pervasive phenomenon in nature, which has inspired the development of multi-robot systems that can mimick their biological counterparts. As we consider larger groups of robotic swarms, new theoretical challenges appear that are…
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