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ECE DLS: Ryan Quint “Ensuring Reliability, Resilience, and Security under Rapid Grid Transformation”

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Ryan Quint, PhD, PE, North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Online through Zoom RSVP for Dr. Quint's Lecture. Title: Ensuring Reliability, Resilience, and Security under Rapid Grid Transformation Abstract: The electricity sector is experiencing a profound transformation toward clean energy solutions and new technologies. Yet the grid is also faced with increasing challenges such as extreme weather,... Read more »

ECE DLS: Donna Strickland “From Nonlinear Optics to High-Intensity Laser Physics”

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Professor Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo Title: From Nonlinear Optics to High-Intensity Laser Physics Abstract: The laser increased the intensity of light that can be generated by orders of magnitude and thus brought about nonlinear optical interactions with matter. Chirped pulse amplification, also known as CPA, changed the intensity level by a few more orders of magnitude... Read more »

ECE DLS: P.P. Vaidyanathan “Srinivasa Ramanujan and Signal Processing”

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Professor P.P. Vaidyanathan, California Institute of Technology Title: Srinivasa Ramanujan and Signal Processing Abstract: The great mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan introduced a summation in 1918, today called the Ramanujan-sum. For many years this summation was used by mathematicians to prove important results in number theory. In recent years, some researchers have found applications of this sum in digital... Read more »

ECE DLS: Susan Lord “Enhancing Learning and Inclusivity in Electrical Engineering

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Professor Susan Lord, University of San Diego Title: Enhancing Learning and Inclusivity in Electrical Engineering Abstract: How can we educate students to be the most effective engineers when they graduate? What does it take to attract a broader range of students to electrical and computer engineering? What curricular efforts could support both of these goals? These are... Read more »

ECE DLS: Joseph Bardin “Google Quantum AI and The University of Massachusetts Amherst”

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Professor Joseph Bardin, University of Massachusetts Amherst Title: Google Quantum AI and The University of Massachusetts Amherst Abstract: Over the past decade, the field of quantum computing has evolved from one primarily known for generating scientific papers to one which promises to enable computations that would not be possible using any other known technology. Following this potential,... Read more »

ECE DLS: James Rawlings “Economic Optimization of Large-Scale Systems with Model Predictive Control”

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Professor James Rawlings, University of California, Santa Barbara Title: Economic Optimization of Large-Scale Systems with Model Predictive Control Abstract: Maintaining high standards of living while decreasing our impact on the planet requires both new technologies as well as increasingly efficient operation of these technologies at large scale. This talk presents the central ideas of model predictive... Read more »

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