Brain Food! The Wonders of EECS!
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Curious about the research being done in one of MIT's most exciting and prestigious departments? Unsure if you want to pursue a degree in EECS? Looking for a research project? At each session a different professor will present his or her research projects. Learn about the newest technologies and cutting-edge research. Perfect for freshmen! Anyone intrigued by EECS is welcome. Come get inspired.
Check on website in early January for specific presentations.
Contact: Concetta Maratta, email@example.com
Sponsor: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
MEMS -- Microelectromechanical Systems -- Careers & Research
Professor Martin Schmidt
Prof. Martin Schmidt is Director of the Microsystems
Technology Lab, and does research in MEMS.
Thu Jan 22, 03-05:00pm, 34-401
Numerical Simulation Techniques for RF Circuits, MEMS and Power Electronics
Professor Luca Daniel
Prof. Luca Daniel is a new professor in EECS (from Italy) who will talk
about his research.
Mon Jan 26, 03-05:00pm, 34-401
Make Your Life Easier by Making Your Computer Smarter
Professor Leslie Kaelbling
Prof. Kaelbling will discuss her research in Artificial
Tue Jan 27, 03-05:00pm, 34-401
Talking to Computers: An Introduction to Conversational Interfaces
Dr. T.J. Hazen
Presentation of on-going research on conversational
interaction and the development of natural spoken
language interfaces. Speech recognition, natural language
processing, dialogue modeling, speech synthesis, speaker
indentification and biometrics, and multi-modal interfaces.
Wed Jan 28, 03-05:00pm, 34-401
Latest update: 22-Jan-2004