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Apr 20 - Apr 27

MatSE Soft Materials Seminar - “Wetting and adhesion of soft, wet, or swollen surfaces”

MatSE Soft Materials Seminar - “Wetting and adhesion of soft, wet, or swollen surfaces”

Jonathan Pham, Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky

Reach Out Science Slam Semifinalist Presentation: Kathryn Sullivan, Bioengineering PhD Student

Reach Out Science Slam Semifinalist Presentation: Kathryn Sullivan, Bioengineering PhD Student

Who can tell the best science story in just 3-minutes? Follow along and cast your votes to find out!

Kathryn Sullivan, Bioengineering PhD Student

Zoom

NPRE 199 Undergraduate Seminar Series - Exelon Nuclear Fuels

NPRE 199 Undergraduate Seminar Series - Exelon Nuclear Fuels

Lectures and discussions on current work in research and development in nuclear engineering and related fields by staff, advanced students, and visiting speakers.

Exelon Nuclear Fuels

NPRE 596 Graduate Seminar Series - Yevgeny Raitses

NPRE 596 Graduate Seminar Series - Yevgeny Raitses

Lectures and discussions on current work in research and development in nuclear engineering and related fields by staff, advanced students, and visiting speakers.

Yevgeny Raitses, Principal Research Physicist, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Interviewing to Impress! with Engineering Career Services

Interviewing to Impress! with Engineering Career Services

Got an interview tomorrow? Wanna know how to ace an interview? Wondering what resources you can use for preparation? Get your questions answered at the WCS x ECS Interview Event, hosted by the WCS Explorations Committee! We'll start with a presentation from Engineering Career Services and also host a panel to answer your questions about interview resources!

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/85417908579?pwd=TjNDMVF5a0NRVG1MSUs0SXlBQVlmUT09

SPECIAL SEMINAR (Teaching): Jonatan Schroeder, Adaptive Multimedia Streaming

SPECIAL SEMINAR (Teaching): Jonatan Schroeder, "Adaptive Multimedia Streaming"

Talk and Q&A link will be disseminated via email to limited participants

Get to Know your Brain: What We Know About Alzheimer's Disease

Get to Know your Brain: What We Know About Alzheimer's Disease

Join IHSI and University of Illinois Extension for the Springtime Science Health Living webinar series. Pick and choose programs based on interest. All sessions are offered on Wednesdays at noon (CST) from March 3 - April 28, 2021.

2021 Axel Memorial Lecture - Amor caloris: Why does nature love heat (so much)?

2021 Axel Memorial Lecture - "Amor caloris: Why does nature love heat (so much)?"

Berndt Mueller, Duke University

Via ZOOM - see description for information

ECE Explorations (200): Research Symposium

ECE Explorations (200): Research Symposium

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/88535383652?pwd=b3M5YmNxcjNrU2c1b3dwcmVmeFcrUT09

Illinois CS Equity & Justice in Computing Conversation: Dr. Ayanna Howard, The Ohio State University, Tackling the Human Bias in Robotics
GIANT Spring 2021 Conference
lDEA Institute: GIANT Spring 2021 Conference

lDEA Institute: GIANT Spring 2021 Conference

The seven current teams, including bioengineering professor Holly Golecki, will discuss the key takeaways from their 2020-21 Grassroots Initiatives to Address Needs Together (GIANT) projects.

Zoom

Using GPUs with Python

Using GPUs with Python

This workshop introduces Python GPU tools for porting and writing code that runs on GPUs. The primary tools used for this, Numba and CuPy, are presented with examples. The instructor will present lecture slides, and students will use Jupyter notebooks for hands-on exercises.

Kristopher Keipert, NVIDIA

Zoom

Engineering Inclusivity into University Programs

Engineering Inclusivity into University Programs

Sylvie Delahunt and Dr. Kerri Phillips, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

Zoom

SPECIAL SEMINAR: Akshitha Sriraman, Enabling Hyperscale Web Services

SPECIAL SEMINAR: Akshitha Sriraman, "Enabling Hyperscale Web Services"

Talk and Q&A link will be disseminated via email to limited participants

Kent Seminar Distinguished Speaker

Kent Seminar Distinguished Speaker

Illinois Center for Transportation is proud to announce that the Kent Seminar Spring 2021 Distinguished speaker will be Chris Hendrickson. Hendrickson is the Hamerschlag University Professor of Engineering Emeritus and the director of the Traffic 21 Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. 

IQUIST Qoffee Time
Hard Materials Seminar - Understanding nanoscale correlations in complex oxide heterostructures

Hard Materials Seminar - "Understanding nanoscale correlations in complex oxide heterostructures"

Roopali Kukreja, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California - Davis

Admitted Student Series: Your Future at ECE Illinois Awaits!

Admitted Student Series: Your Future at ECE Illinois Awaits!

Admitted Student Series: Your Future at ECE Illinois awaits! Join us for any of these webinars where you will be able to connect with current ECE students, advisors, and faculty!

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/88418470539?pwd=SVlkdFNodUJKWG9RZDQyN0hZRE9Sdz09

Frontiers in Nanophotonics:  Enabling Technology for Next-Generation Biosensors

Frontiers in Nanophotonics: Enabling Technology for Next-Generation Biosensors

Hatice Altug, Ph.D., Professor, Institute of Bioengineering at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/84524572826?pwd=UFZMNEh1bVJFVG41NDYxcjdXUTBWZz09, Meeting ID: 845 2457 2826, Password: 602218

SE 290 - Carrie Zalewski

SE 290 - Carrie Zalewski

Zoom - Contact SE 290 Instructor, Julie Murphy for link

C3.AI Digital Transformation Institute April 22 Colloquium

C3.AI Digital Transformation Institute April 22 Colloquium

Professor Christian Borgs, Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley

https://berkeley.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iEXcldw1QPOuUofhS0WT4g

CS Undergraduate Evening Drop-In Hours

CS Undergraduate Evening Drop-In Hours

CS advising will be offering evening CS drop-in hours from 7 to 9 pm CST on Thursday, April 15th and April 22th (the week before and the first week of Fall 2021 registration).

Zoom

Final Examination: Matthew Grawe

Final Examination: Matthew Grawe

Final Examination: Matthew Grawe, April 23, 2021 @ 9:00 AM, Online, Exam Topic: Data-driven Prediction of Geomagnetically-Induced Currents in Power Lines

Online

ISE Graduate Seminar Series: Anton Braverman
SPECIAL SEMINAR (Teaching): Rachel Krohn, Clustering: Concepts and K-Means

SPECIAL SEMINAR (Teaching): Rachel Krohn, "Clustering: Concepts and K-Means"

Talk and Q&A link will be disseminated via email to limited participants

Prediction and control of the nonlinearly most dangerous route to turbulence in high-speed boundary layers

Prediction and control of the nonlinearly most dangerous route to turbulence in high-speed boundary layers

Professor Reza Jahanbakhshi, Aerospace, Physics, and Space Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/89406033837?pwd=SFV4V1hVNEVhVklRdGR1dzAyZFZXUT09 Meeting ID: 894 0603 3837 Password: 806044

Condensed Matter Seminar - Quantum control of electrons in silicon

Condensed Matter Seminar - "Quantum control of electrons in silicon"

Mark Eriksson, University of Wisconsin, Madison

via Zoom

Collins Scholars Session
Electric Aircraft: An Innovation on the Horizon

Electric Aircraft: An Innovation on the Horizon

Assistant Professor Philip Ansell, Department of Aerospace Engineering

Zoom

Review Upcoming Awards Deadlines on the CS Student Awards Wiki

Review Upcoming Awards Deadlines on the CS Student Awards Wiki

https://wiki.illinois.edu/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=696653324

What does Earth look like from 1,000,000 miles away?

What does Earth look like from 1,000,000 miles away?

Saturday Engineering for Everyone is an open and free lecture series aimed at non-engineers of all backgrounds who are interested in learning about engineering. In order to protect the health and safety of the community during the pandemic, all sessions will be conducted virtually on Zoom. 

Professor Lara Waldrop

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/86895697412?pwd=WjAwY08xZTgrMzRWMTBuSG9seHZudz09

Medium and High Energy Seminar: Dan Baxter (KICP)
Overview of Micro Nuclear Reactor Technologies

Overview of Micro Nuclear Reactor Technologies

Dr. Nicolas Stauff, Principal Nuclear Engineer, Reactor & Fuel Cycle Analysis Argonne National Laboratory

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/87955804251?pwd=VU9KL2owV1J1bkxyRDJ1TE0wbG5mUT09 Meeting ID: 879 5580 4251 Pass code: 928269

COLLOQUIUM: Svetlana Vranic-Sowers, Commercializing Software: Technology Transfer at Illinois

COLLOQUIUM: Svetlana Vranic-Sowers, "Commercializing Software: Technology Transfer at Illinois"

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/82663028048?pwd=SkNxL3hvNFpMa0YzZ2dHSkFQZDFnZz09

IQUIST Qoffee Time
MatSE Colloquium - Birnbaum Lecture - The many facets of light activated matter:  From energy sustainability to quantum information

MatSE Colloquium - Birnbaum Lecture - "The many facets of light activated matter: From energy sustainability to quantum information"

Giulia Galli, Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, The University of Chicago/Argonne National Laboratory

AE 590 Seminar: Thin Fiber Reinforced Polymer Shells for Lightweight Adaptable Structures

AE 590 Seminar: Thin Fiber Reinforced Polymer Shells for Lightweight Adaptable Structures

Dr. Paolo Ermanni | Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering, Composite Materials and Adaptive Structures Lab, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich

Zoom

SPECIAL SEMINAR (Teacahing): Satyaki Sikdar, Cluster Analysis: An Introduction to Partitioning Methods

SPECIAL SEMINAR (Teacahing): Satyaki Sikdar, "Cluster Analysis: An Introduction to Partitioning Methods"

Talk and Q&A link will be disseminated via email to limited participants

IQUIST seminar: Amir Safavi-Naeini, Ph.D., Dept. of Applied Physics, Stanford University

IQUIST seminar: Amir Safavi-Naeini, Ph.D., Dept. of Applied Physics, Stanford University

Amir Safavi-Naeini, Stanford University

Speaker: Amir Safavi-Naeini, Stanford University

MatSE Soft Materials Seminar - Engineering polymer networks to control biomolecular transport

MatSE Soft Materials Seminar - "Engineering polymer networks to control biomolecular transport"

Danielle J. Mai, Chemical Engineering Department, Stanford University

CS Undergrad Early Morning Drop-In Hours

CS Undergrad Early Morning Drop-In Hours

CS advising will be offering early morning CS drop-in hours from 7 to 9 am CST on Tuesday, April 20th and April 27th (the first two weeks of Fall 2021 registration).

Zoom

NPRE 596 Graduate Seminar Series - Mercouri G. Kanatzidis

NPRE 596 Graduate Seminar Series - Mercouri G. Kanatzidis

Lectures and discussions on current work in research and development in nuclear engineering and related fields by staff, advanced students, and visiting speakers.

Mercouri G. Kanatzidis, Charles E. and Emma. H Morrison Professor, Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University

*NEW DATE* Illinois ECE Walk to Celebrate Earth Week