ECE591
Graduate Research Colloquium
Spring Semester, 2012
Thursdays, 3:30-4:20 in EP 214


Instructor: Aicha Elshabini, Ph.D.
Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering

Office: Gauss-Johnson 209
Phone: (208) 885-6504
email: elshabini@uidaho.edu


Course Syllabus

Graduate Requirements

Graduate Requirement Presentation, 12 January 2012


Schedule

Th January 12 : "Introduction to ECE Graduate Program"
Speaker: Professor Brian Johnson, Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Idaho
Presentation

Th January 26 : "High Voltage Tolerant Power Converters for Digital Systems"
Speaker: Stacey Page (Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering) and Andrew Wajda (M.S. E.E. in Electrical Engineering)
Presentation
Bio

Th February 2 : "Electric Propulsion Subsystem for a Parallel-Drive, Formula Hybrid Vehicle"
Speaker: Brett Bashford
Presentation
Bio

Th February 9 : "Pipeline Binary Search ADC for High Speed and Low Power Data Conversion"
Speaker: Ali Mesgarani, Ph.D. Candidate. UI ECE
Presentation
Bio

Th February 16 : "Applications for the Usage of Mechanical Numerical Simulations in Electronic Devices"
Speaker: Ahmed H. Abdelnaby, Ph. D. Graduate Research Assistant, Mechanical Engineering, University of Idaho
Presentation
Bio

Th February 23 : "Electromagnetic Shielding Potential of Conductive Polymers Nano Composites"
Speaker: Hesham Tantawy, Ph. D. Candidate, Chemical & Material Engineering Department, University of Idaho
Presentation
Bio

Th March 1 : "Fixed Point Data Path Synthesis"
Speaker: Ilya Zhbannikov, Ph. D. Candidate, Computer Science Department, University of Idaho
Presentation
Bio

Th March 22 : "An Embedded Linux Computing System for Autonomous Submarines"
Speaker: Dave Billin, Graduate Research Assistant, MS Computer Engineering, College of Engineering,University of Idaho
Presentation
Bio


Th April 5 : "System Architecture for Modern Traffic Control"
Speaker: Cody Browne, Graduate Student in Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of Idaho
Presentation
Bio


Th April 12 : "Low-Power Micro Power Management IC Design"
Speaker: Anthony J Kanago, Valerie Barry, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of Idaho
Presentation
Bio


Th April 19 : "University of Idaho Competition Snowmobile"
Speaker: Jeremy Nichols, Neil Miller, and Drew Hooper, University of Idaho
Presentation
Bio
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