Events

Upcoming Events

Mon
Jan 23
General Seminar

Maxwell’s equations have been around for over 150 years since its inception.   But due to their enduring legacy, their importance has not diminished over the years. In fact, electromagnetic theory finds applications in increasing number of areas and relationship to deeper physics and mathematics. For instance, electromagnetics is important for quantum information, quantum optics, and increasingly being used in photonic and bio technologies.

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
POB 2.302
Mon
Jan 23
Connect

Come speak with Mellanox company representatives for the opportunity to have one-on-one conversations and drop off your resume!

Mellanox Technologies is an incubator for talent. We are a strong believer in developing our people and giving them the tools to succeed. We have a very competitive compensation package as well as frequent internal product training to keep people updated on new technologies. We are a fast growing company with a positive energy that comes from our team members' internal drive to develop, market, sell and support cutting-edge products and services.

11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
POB Connector Lobby
Thu
Jan 26
General Seminar

Conventional top-down nanofabrication, over the last six decades, has enabled almost all the complex electronic and optical devices that form the foundation of our society. Parallely, self-assembly processes within naturally occurring materials have been extensively studied to enable bottom-up synthesis of nanostructures like quantum dots and carbon nanotubes with technologically relevant properties unattainable by any top-down method.

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
POB 2.302
Thu
Jan 26
Connect

Join us for networking over refreshments provided by Apple. Meet with Apple's engineers specializing in CE, EE, ME, IE, and CS. Learn about internships and full-time job opportunities in Austin's "Lonestar Design Center" & Cupertino headquarters. Please bring multiple copies of your resume.

Food and beverages will be served. 

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11:30 AM to 3:30 PM
AHG 136
Tue
Jan 31
Connect

Accelerating Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Systems with Efficient Networking

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
POB 2.402
Wed
Feb 01
Connect

The Sandia Z Machine
An overview of the world’s most powerful pulsed power facility

5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
RLM 5.124
Thu
Feb 02
Fair

Welcome to the 19th annual Spring Engineering Expo!  The Expo gives employers and students the opportunity to connect about summer intern, co-op, and full-time positions. 

The Spring Engineering Expo is open to UT Austin students and alumni. UT ID is required for admission to this event.

Download the “Cockrell Fair” app via iOS or Android. A list of participating employers is available via the app or on this website.

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Frank Erwin Center
Thu
Feb 02

This talk, based on a recent publication, discusses the design of a nano-power analog front-end including pre-amplification and analog-to-digital conversion. It starts with fundamentals on power-efficiency in analog and mixed-signal circuits. It also describes considerations in terms of low-voltage operation and PVT reliability. After that, the presentation discusses one complete system implementation in more detail, including the amplifier, ADC, biasing stages and clock generation.

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
POB 2.402
Thu
Feb 02

This presentation describes recent developments in the field of SAR ADCs. The focus is on techniques to improve power-efficiency, techniques to achieve higher resolution, and ideas to make SAR ADCs reconfigurable in terms of speed and resolution. The presentation discusses architectural, circuit-level and algorithmic solutions. Recent examples from literature are used for illustration.

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
POB 2.402
Thu
Feb 09
Connect

Join National Instruments and learn about the exciting array of products and applications that offer technical solutions to some of the world's most difficult engineering challenges. If you can turn it on, connect it, drive it, or launch it, chances are NI technology helped make it happen.

Come see demos of NI innovations all morning, followed by career information tables and company presentations in the afternoon. Check back soon for the full schedule! 

Food and beverages will be provided. 

8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
AHG 136
Thu
Feb 09
ICS Seminar

For many important and emerging applications, including the internet of things, smart sensors, health monitors, and wearable electronics, energy efficiency is of utmost importance. These applications rely on low-power microcontrollers and microprocessors that are already the most widely-used type of processor in production today and are projected to increase their market dominance in the near future.

2:00 PM POB 2.402
Tue to Wed
Feb 21 to Feb 22
Special Event

The Edison Lecture Series is an opportunity for middle and high school students to experience the exciting applications of electrical and computer engineering. Students experience a university-style lecture on campus. An interactive exhibit hall demonstrates how much fun electrical and computer engineering can be. Over 26,000 Central Texas students have enjoyed this event since 2005. Be part of the excitement.

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
UNB Ballroom
Tue
Feb 21

Computers used as datacenter servers have usage patterns that differ substantially from those of desktop or laptop computers. We discuss four key differences in usage and their first-order implications for designing computers that are particularly well-suited as servers: data movement, thousands of transactions per second, program isolation, and measurement underpinnings.

3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
POB 2.402
Tue
Feb 28

In the quest for more intelligent consumer devices, machine learning lets appliances understand what is happening around the computer and what is asked of it, while big data provides the history and context of the environment.  But devices must also react to be useful, and for many applications the reaction needs to happen on human timescale to be valuable.

3:30 PM POB 2.302 (Avaya)
Wed
Apr 05
ECE Colloquia Seminar
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
NHB 1.720
Wed
Apr 26
Open House

The Senior Design Showcase will feature demonstrations of undergraduate capstone projects. 

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
UNB Ballroom
Fri
Apr 28
General Seminar

Frequency synthesis and modulation by the DS fractional-N PLL are essential in modern wireless transceivers. In addition to loop parameter variability, leakage current, and matching problems, the DS fractional-N PLL needs to deal with quantization noise and nonlinearity in consideration of phase noise, spur, and settling time. In this talk, various fractional-N PLL architectures (analog/digital/hybrid) and recent circuit techniques for mitigating quantization and nonlinearity will be presented. Also, PLL-based modulation methods (1-point/2-point/2+-point) will be discussed. 

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
POB 2.402

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Ashwin Gopinath
 
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