Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Calendar
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Fox Family Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lecture "A Novel Series of Efflux Pump Inhibitors to Combat Multidrug Resistant Enterobacteriaceae" Tim Opperman, PhD Senior Proposal Scientist, Microbiotix, Inc.
The ECESAC Graduate Student Committee invites all ECE graduate students and faculty to the last graduate social of the semester. Join us for free food and socialize with both new and familiar faces as we celebrate the end of the semester!
Autodesk is an industry-leader in design software, and Fusion 360 is their premiere Computer-Aided Design product. It is cloud-based, and free for all educational purposes! Get hands-on experience designing in Fusion 360 and learn how it can help you collaborate on design projects of all kinds. (If possible, please bring a laptop!)
Engaging with US Department of Defense for Medical Research,Brian Pfister, PhD, MBA, The Conafay Group. The Conafay Group specializes in representing biomedical organizations before the federal government and associated stakeholders, consulting with a wide array of life sciences organizations to advance their research and policy goals.
Microbiome Metabolic Engineering and Genomic Ecology of Global Change Seminar "The Microbial Genome Atlas (MiGA) Project" Kostas T. Konstantinidis, PhD Georgia Institute of Technology Civil and Environmental Engineering
This event will feature a panel composed of members from both the National Center of Supercomputing Applications and Volition to discuss how interactive systems and narrative work in games and interactive data visualizations. Sometimes conceived of as being in tension, panelists will highlight both practical and theoretical connections between systems and story.
Need to get away from the stress of finals? We've got you covered! Join us for an opportunity to escape for a little while in virtual reality and other fun activities. Did we mention you can 3D print a mini-bust of yourself or create a personalized ornament? Everyone is invited and it's all free! Counseling Center representatives will be here with resources.
In this hands-on workshop participants will practice building and organizing content within the Illinois Compass 2g environment, including teaching tools and the Grade Center. The workshop facilitator will also provide examples of best practices drawn from research on teaching and learning in both online and face-to-face settings.
Sai-Kit Yeung, Assistant Professor at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), will give a talk on "Data-driven Computer Graphics Modeling" on Friday, December 15, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. in Room 141 CSL.