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Fall 2012 Schedule

Tuesdays 12:00-12:50 ENGR 302

Weekly seminars or colloquia. Students are normally required to enroll for their first two semesters in the ECE Graduate Program.


Presenters Topic/Abstract/Bio Presentations


Mary Lee Anderson
ECE Graduate Student Advisor

ECE Graduate Program Guidelines and Policies Presentation

Dr. Todd Moon
ECE Department Head

Mary Lee Anderson
ECE Graduate Student Advisor


ECE Graduate Program Guidelines and Policies


Dr. Chris Winstead
ECE Associate Professor ECE Graduate Coordinator

Optimizing In-Body Communication Links Through Micro-Power Error Correction Circuits Presentation
9/18/12 Dr. Koushik Chakraborty
ECE Assistant Professor
Aging-Aware Routing Algorithms for Network-on-Chips (NoCs) Presentation
9/25/12 Dr. Charles Swenson
ECE Professor
Choosing To Do Hard Things



10/02/12 Richard Hamming Research Paper (Discussion) Chris Winstead Richard Hamming Paper

Pamela Martin

Kurt Meyer

USU Library Resources


Spencer Jackson
ECE MS Student
Dr. Chris Winstead

Safety Aware Platooning of Automated Electric Transport Vehicles Presentation
10/23/12 Dr. Gene Ware
Professor - Brigham Young University
Multispectral Imaging and Ancient Khipus: A National Geographic X-Files Documentary Presentation
10/30/12 Dr. Regan Zane
USTAR Professor
Building a Power Electronics Program at USU Presentation
11/06/12 Dr. Reyhan Baktur
ECE Associate Professor
Transparent Antennas - Our Experience of Starting Research Projects Presentation
11/13/12 Yiran Xu
PhD Student
Dr. Rose Hu                 
Optimal Intra-cell Cooperation of the Heterogeneous Relay Networks Presentation
11/20/12 Victor M. Lopez Martin
Visiting Scholar - Dr. Regan Zane
Digital Power Factor Correction Controller: Avoiding the Current Sensor Presentation
11/27/12 Hema Swaroop Mopidevi
PhD Student
Dr. Bedri Cetiner
Parasitic Layer-Based Beam-Steering Multi-Functional Reconfigurable Antenna at 4.9 GHz
12/04/12 Swadesh Patra
PhD Student
Dr. Edmund Spencer
Space Weather for Electrical Engineers Presentation