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Spring 2023 EE Colloquia


Jan. 20, 2023

Speaker: Prof. Christos Argyropoulos – [Electrical Engineering Department, Penn State]
Title: Nanophotonics: a new frontier technology to efficiently control light at the nanoscale

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Jan. 27, 2023

Speaker: Prof. Daniel Lopez - [Electrical Engineering Department, Penn State]
Title: Fundamentals and Applications of Nanoscale Resonators

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Feb. 3, 2023

Speaker: Jason C. Hunnel [Applied Research Laboratory, Penn State]
Title: Electro-Optics and Electronics at the Applied Research Lab at Penn State

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Feb. 10, 2023

Speaker: Prof. Julio Urbina - [Electrical Engineering Department, Penn State]
Title: Radar Remote Sensing: tracking free electrons, meteors, bees

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Feb. 17, 2023

Speaker: Dr. Lei Kang – [Electrical Engineering Department, Penn State]
Title: Achieving Functional Photonic Metadevices

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Feb. 24, 2023

Speaker: Prof. Tsung-Hsien Lin [National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan]
Title: Development of Liquid Crystal Smart Window

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Mar. 3, 2023

Speaker: Dr. Madhavan Swaminathan [Department Head of Electrical Engineering, Penn State]
Title: The Future of Semiconductor Packaging is Now!

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Mar. 17, 2023

Electrical Engineering Distinguished Colloquim

Speaker: Dr. Ravi V Mahajan [Intel Corporation, Arizona]
Title: Challenges and Opportunities in Heterogeneous Integration

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Mar. 24, 2023

SARI Colloquim

Speaker: Jacquelyn Huff [School of Engineering Design and Innovation, Penn State]
Title: Lessons on How to Blow It: Stories from Engineering Ethics

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Mar. 31, 2023

Speaker: Stephanie Law [Department of Material Science and Engineering, Penn State]
Title: Photons, plasmons, and polaritons: optical phenomena in complex materials

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April. 7, 2023

Raj and Jeannette Mittra Distinguished Lecture

Speaker: Prof. Daniel Fleetwood [Olin H. Landreth Professor of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Vanderbilt University]
Title: Moore’s Law and Radiation Effects on Microelectronics

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April. 14, 2023

Speaker: Sanghamitra Dutta [Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland]
Title: Foundations of Reliable and Lawful Machine Learning for High-Stakes Applications

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April. 21, 2023

Speaker: Prof. Hong Tang [Electrical Engineering and Physics, Yale University]
Title: Hybrid Quantum Photonic Circuits and Quantum Frequency Conversion

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