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Fall 2007 Schedule


Wed, July 18
4:10 p.m.
Engr B101
Dr. Reza Zekavat
Associate Professor
Michigan Technological University
“A Wireless Local Positioning System for Mobile Monitoring and Tracking” Contact Prof. Rockey Luo, jie.luo@colostate.edu
Wed, Aug 29
4:10 p.m.
Engr B101
Kurt Fristrup, Ph.D.
Natural Sounds Program
National Park Service
“Acoustical monitoring of environmental status and trends”

Contact Prof. Tony Maciejewski,
anthony.maciejewski@colostate.edu
Wed, Sept 12
4:10 p.m.
Engr B101
Mahesh Varanasi, Professor
ECE Department
University of Colorado at Boulder
“Optimum Signaling Methods for Multiantenna Links at Low SNR”

Contact Prof. Rockey Luo
jie.luo@colostate.edu
Wed, Sept 19
4:10 p.m.
Engr B101
Youjian (Eugene) Liu, Assistant Professor
ECE Department
University of Colorado at Boulder
“Capacity and Performance Analysis for Communications with Finite Rate Feedback”

Contact Prof. Rockey Luo
jie.luo@colostate.edu
Mon, Oct 1
11:00 a.m.
LSC Grey Rock Room
Steve Leibson
Tensilica, Inc.
“Challenges for Consumer Electronics in the 21st Century” Contact Prof. H.J. Siegel
h.j.siegel@colostate.edu
Mon, Oct 8
11:00 a.m.
LSC 230
Dr. Ishfaq Ahmad
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department University of Texas at Arlington
“Power-Aware High-Performance Computing: The Dawn of a New Era” Contact Prof. H.J. Siegel
h.j.siegel@colostate.edu
Wed. Oct.17   11:00 a.m.
LSC LaPorte Room
John L. Volakis, Chope Chair Professor, ECE Department, Director, ElectroScience Laboratory, The Ohio State University Projects at ElectroScience Laboratory and Related Research at Ohio State University  
Wed,  Oct 17
4:10 p.m.
Engr B101
John L. Volakis, Chope Chair Professor, ECE Department, Director, ElectroScience Laboratory, The Ohio State University "Anisotropic Media and Metamaterials With Printed Circuits For Novel Radio Frequency Devices" Contact Prof. Branislav Notaros
branislav.notaros@colostate.edu
Mon, Oct 22
11:00 a.m.
LSC 228
Don Towsley, Professor, University of Massachusetts "The Internet is Flat: A Brief History of Networking in the Next Ten Years" Contact Prof. H.J. Siegel
h.j.siegel@colostate.edu
Wed, Oct 24
4:10 p.m.
Engr B101
Ali Pezeshki
Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics
Princeton University
“A Diversity/Multiplexing Tradeoff for Distributed Sensing”

Contact Prof. Louis Scharf, louis.scharf@colostate.edu
Mon, Oct 29
11:00 a.m.
LSC Grey Rock Room
José E. Moreira
Chief Architect, Commercial Scale Out
IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
“Scale-up and Scale-out: Evolution and Trends in Parallel Processing” Contact Prof. H.J. Siegel
h.j.siegel@colostate.edu
Wed,  Nov 7
4:10 p.m
Eng B101
John McInroy, Professor, ECE Department, University of Wyoming "Optimal Fault Tolerant Design of Linearly Mapped Systems" Contact Prof. Tony Maciejewski
anthony.maciejewski@colostate.edu
Mon, Nov 12
11:00 a.m.
Mike Flynn “Super SOC: Putting the Whole System on the Chip” Contact Prof. H.J. Siegel
h.j.siegel@colostate.edu
Wed, Nov 28
4:10 p.m.
Engr B101
Dr. Gary Wick from NOAA Earth Systems Research Laboratory, Boulder "Evaluation of Water Vapor Retrievals from COSMIC, SSM/I, and AMSU" Contact Prof. Steve Reising
steven.reising@colostate.edu

Connections Seminars

October 2007 Dr. Louis Scharf
CSU
What do Roots of Unity have to do with OP-AMPs? Contact Prof. Louis Scharf, louis.scharf@colostate.edu