ESE PhD Thesis Defense: “Multiferroic Micro Electromechanical Systems for Magnetic Sensing and Wireless Power Transfer in Biomedical Applications”

Fisher Bennett Hall, Room 401 3340 Walnut Street, Philadelphia

Multiferroic micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) enable small, room temperature, low power magnetic sensing and wireless power transfer (WPT) in biomedical applications. Current biomagnetic sensing relies on sensitive magnetometers like superconducting quantum […]

ESE Spring Seminar – “Scaling Deep Learning Up and Down”

Raisler Lounge (Room 225), Towne Building 220 South 33rd Street, Philadelphia

Deep learning with neural networks has emerged as a key approach for discovering patterns and modeling relationships in complex data. AI systems powered by deep learning are used widely in […]