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ESE Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Integrating graphene Hall sensors with co-designed silicon circuits for high-throughput magnetic biosensing”

The limitations of silicon electronic devices increasingly constrain the performance of silicon integrated circuits (ICs) and their use in new applications. Next-generation devices with exceptional performance and new functionalities have […]

ESE Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Fair and Generalizable Machine Learning for Neuroimaging”

Machine learning has been widely adopted to medical imaging research, yet it suffers from domain shift for real world applications. Due to the heterogeneity of medical data, machine learning-based diagnostic […]

ESE Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Graph Machine Learning under Requirements”

Graphs are powerful mathematical tools that enable modeling of complex systems. Graph machine learning exploits possibly unknown data structures, which provides a unified approach to tackle a wide variety of […]

ESE Seminar: “Designing emerging computing systems with ferroelectric devices”

This talk will present a brief overview of advances in ferroelectric devices and their integration into computing systems to provide novel functionality and energy efficiency in various data intensive applications. […]

ESE Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Mobile Mission Planning in Uncertain Environments”

Robotic mission planning in uncertain environments remains a formidable challenge due to environmental complexity and sensor noise. This dissertation introduces new methodologies to tackle these issues. We develop a method […]

Grace Hopper Distinguished Lecture: Melody Swartz, University of Chicago

ESE Seminar: “Fluorite and Wurtzite Structure Ferroelectrics. From Fundamentals to Semiconductor Applications”

Ferroelectric properties were initially discovered in perovskite-structured materials over a century ago. However, it was only in the last two decades that these properties were confirmed in fluorite-structured doped HfO2 […]

ESE PhD Thesis Defense: “Engineering copper-vacancy color centers in zinc sulfide for quantum defect discovery”

Photoluminescent point defects, or color centers, in wide-bandgap semiconductors are important platforms for quantum information science because they can be operated as solid-state quantum spin-light interfaces. Implementing so-called defect qubits […]

infoLeNS Seminar: “Emerging computational imaging inverse problems: from theory to algorithms”

In this talk, I will focus on two challenging imaging systems: snapshot compressive imaging and coherent imaging under speckle noise interference. I will begin by reviewing the core mathematical modeling […]

IDEAS Seminar: “An optimization framework for designing robust state estimators”

Cyber-physical systems often include communication networks that ensure data transmission between different components of the system (sensors, actuators, processing units, etc). The presence of such networks renders the whole system […]

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