Events

Upcoming Events

Tue
Oct 17
General Seminar

Join Dr. John Goodenough in a seminar on his pioneering work that led to the invention of the rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and more recently for his “glass batteries”.

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
EER 0.904 (Mulva Auditorium)
Wed
Oct 18
ECE Colloquia Seminar

We will briefly introduce a newly funded Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at UT Austin, the Center for Dynamics and Control of Materials, that will explore approaches for achieving dynamically controllable and reconfigurable material functionality for applications in photonics, energy storage, information processing, and related areas. 

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Mulva Auditorium, EER 0.904
Thu
Oct 19
General Seminar

The past three decades have seen the development of widespread consumer mobile communications and other wireless applications, which today impact the lives of billions of people – indeed most people alive today.  Information theory has provided fundamental guidance for the evolution of wireless networks, and in turn wireless communications has provided a wealth of new problems in information theory.

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
EER 3.646
Wed
Oct 25
Connect

Join the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering for coffee and refreshments with Sandia National Laboratories! Engineers from Sandia will meet with current Undergraduate and Graduate students in Engineering and Computer Science about internship and full time hire opportunities.

Learn about opportunities at Sandia

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
EER 2nd Floor Lobby
Wed
Oct 25
ECE Colloquia Seminar

The developments of ultra-low-power electronic devices brings opportunities for disruptive systems like the Internet of Things (IoT).  The security and privacy issues of the huge amount of personal, sensitive, or safety-related data being processed in these systems are the main concerns.  Ensuring security in these ULP systems face additional challenges than in computers because of power/cost constraints and physical accessibility by attackers. To solve these problems, innovations in both software and hardware are demanded.

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Mulva Auditorium, EER 0.904
Wed
Oct 25

The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to connect our physical world with billions of sensors and actuators, transforming the way we live and work, as well as creating enormous business markets. Security and privacy are seen as the most critical challenges to IoT growth in the future. Because of the severe energy and cost constraints as well as physical exposure of the IoT devices, software-only security cannot meet the performance demands and faces a variety of new threats targeting hardware, such as cache attacks, side-channel attacks, and semiconductor supply chain attacks.

4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
EER 3.646
Mon
Nov 20
Open House

The Texas ECE Capstone Design Showcase will feature demonstrations of senior capstone projects and provide an opportunity to mix and mingle with faculty and students of a top ten ranked department.

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
EER 0.806 (Mulva Conference Center)
Wed
Dec 06
ECE Colloquia Seminar

This talk will address the latest developments in key building blocks for state-of-the-art IMDs, particularly on the analog front-end, RF back-end, and power management. The talk will include information about the example of a smart cage, which can wirelessly power, communicate with, and track sensors implanted in or attached to small freely behaving animals. Novel minimally-invasive methods explored for individuals with severe paralysis, involving wearable brain-tongue-computer interface (BTCI), also known as the Tongue Drive System (TDS) will be covered.

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
EER 0.904 (Mulva Auditorium)

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