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Electrical Engineering 2017-18 Colloquia

Students: As a requirement for the EE 500 course you are asked to complete a questionnaire after each presentation. You have one week after each seminar to complete and submit the questionaire, which can be filled out here.

Colloquia will be at 4:35 in 062 Willard Building unless otherwise indicated.

Please contact Dr. Vishal Monga with any questions.

Speaker: Birsen Yazici, professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
EE faculty host: Dr. Vishal Monga

Speaker: Fauzi Ahmad, associate professor, Temple University
EE faculty host: Dr. Ram Narayanan

Raj Mittra Distinguished Lecture Series info:

Distinguished Speakers are selected by EE faculty/EE500 coordinator in consultation with EE Department Head. Generally, there are two selected per semester (based on funding and at the discretion of the DH). The speaker should be a well-established individual at a university or industry.

A list of the speakers should be sent to the EE Administrator Coordinator (Below is the most recent list provided by Dr. Monga):

Speaker: Andrei Shkel​, University of Cali Irvine
EE Faculty Host: Srinivas Tadigadapa

Speaker: Stephen Forrest, Professor, University of Michigan
EE Faculty Host: Dr. Chris Giebink

Speaker: Jian-Ping Wang, University of Minnesota
EE Faculty Host: Qiming Zhang

Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Lina Kram, professor, Arizona State University
EE Faculty Host: Vishal Monga

Joel Trussel, professor North Carolina State University
Faculty Host: Kenneth Jenkins

Charles Bouman, professor, Purdue University
Faculty Host: Vishal Monga

Paul Meaney, professor, Dartmouth University
Faculty Host: Ram Narayanan



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We offer B.S. degrees in electrical engineering, computer science and computer engineering and graduate degrees (master's degrees and Ph.D.'s) in electrical engineering and computer science and engineering. EECS focuses on the convergence of technologies and disciplines to meet today’s industrial demands.

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