EE Brown Bag Research Series: Kai-mei FU

Prof. Kai-Mei Fu: Quantum technologies Tuesday, November 21th, 12 noon, EEB 303 Abstract: In this informal seminar, I will discuss how the quantum properties of particles can be exploited for applications such as secure communication, quantum computation, and sensing.  I will next present a little of my group’s own effort in developing hardware based on […]

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EE NEW Brown Bag Research Series

All EE students, faculty and staff are invited to EE’s NEW Brown Bag Research Series, a new talk series presented by our EE faculty, showcasing their research. This series “evolved” from the EE 592 seminar – come see what all our different labs are working on and perhaps find an opportunity for collaboration! Undergrad students: […]

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EE Brown Bag Research Talk 10/27

Talk this Friday 10/27 at Noon, EEB 303: Energy Positioning: Control and Economics Abstract: While chemists, material scientists and chemical engineers have made great progress in developing better batteries, the cost of these devices remains very high. Using batteries for arbitrage and ancillary services does not yet justify their large-scale deployment in the grid. In […]

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IEEE Halloween Social

When: Tuesday, October 31st 4-6 pm Where: EEB 303 Come socialize with your fellow peers as we play board games, eat Halloween themed snacks and desserts, and not to mention… the candy of course! Also, there’ll be an open costume contest with a prize to be announced, so come through if you have a great […]

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2017 Dean W. Lytle Lecture, Monday, October 2, 2017, 3:30 p.m.

The Dean W. Lytle Electrical Engineering Endowed Lecture Series is the Department of Electrical Engineering’s premiere annual event, featuring internationally-renowned researchers in the field of communications and signal processing. Lectures are free and open to the public. When & Where Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. The HUB North Ballroom RSVP Please RSVP […]

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National Society of Black Engineers Fund-Raising Car Washes

On September 9th and 23rd from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., NSBE will be hosting its own Car Wash Event for anyone who wishes to come. Attached to this email is the flyer for the event with further details and we hope to see you come out and support. This event is a great way […]

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Updated BSEE Statistics Requirement

The BSEE Statistics requirement has been updated to allow two additional options. These additional courses are intended primarily as an option for students who are double-degree or have otherwise taken these courses. This does not guarantee EE major access to the courses. Statistics (3 credits) Choose one of the following classes: STAT/MATH 390 Probability and […]

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May UWIN seminar: Sam Burden & Andre Berndt, 5/17, 3:30pm

The UW Institute for Neuroengineering presents: May’s UWIN seminar: Short talks by UWIN faculty Andre Berndt and Sam Burden! “Engineering tools for optical monitoring and control of neuronal activity” Andre Berndt, Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington  “Predictive dynamical models for human sensorimotor control of teleoperated robots” Sam Burden, Assistant Professor, Department of […]

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Adam Savage, Mythbusters Co-host at UW 5/1!

ASUW A&E and HUB CaPP are excited to announce Adam Savage, former co-host of Mythbusters, designer, actor, and educator will be in a moderated conversation with John Roderick on May 1st in the HUB Ballroom! As a former employee of George Lucas’ special effects shop, Industrial Light and Magic, Adam worked on special effects for Star Wars: […]

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Student Loan Repayment & Options

Student Loan Repayment & Options DATE Saturday, April 22, 2017 TIME 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm PDT WHERE Central Library ROOM LOCATION Level 4 – Room 1 – Washington Mutual Foundation Meeting Room AUDIENCE Adults LANGUAGE English SUMMARY Are you affected by student loan debt? Join us for a free presentation and talk to an attorney about your student loan debt. DESCRIPTION […]

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