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Oct 21

ECE Seminar (EE290)

Prof. Brian T. Cunningham
Willett Professor, Director

Title Digital Resolution Proteomic and Genomic Liquid Biopsy using Plasmonic-Photonic Hybrid Resonators   Abstract The strong electromagnetic coupling between plasmonic nanoparticles and photonic crystal surfaces is used as the basis for an ultrasensitive detection platform technology... Read More

Oct 7

ECE Seminar Series

Anna Scaglione
Professor of Electrical Computer and Energy Engineering

Title On Modeling Dis-patchable Electric Loads in Grid Operations Abstract The past ten years of research had produced a variety of models for managing flexible electric loads, by enabling a more efficient dynamic pricing of electricity that would alleviate congestion in the electric grid. Many... Read More

Oct 4

From new MEMS devices to new user experiences

Dr. Tobias Dahl
Adjoint Associate Professor

Abstract: In developing better and cheaper MEMS components, such as microphones, accelerometers and gyros, the industry tends to focus on key performance indexes like price, size, noise and stability. However, if some or all of those parameters are sufficiently far outside of the industry ballpark... Read More

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