This colloquium is dedicated to hosting presentations
at the intersection of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The
colloquium consists of a mix of short faculty presentations presenting their
latest research results, with presentations of internationally distinguished
speakers who are brought to campus to interact with our department's community.
|Fall Semester 1998|
|August 26||Special Community Seminar|
Prof. Randy H. Katz, Chair, EECS Department
"The State of the EECS Department"
|September 2||Research Horizons Series|
Prof. Richard Newton, UC Berkeley
"Software-on-Silicon: We Need a Revolution"
|September 9||Distinguished Lecture Series|
G. Pascal Zachary
"Endless Frontiers: Vannevar Bush, Engineer of the American Century"
|September 16||Research Horizons Series|
Prof. Carlo Sequin, EECS, Prof. Paul Wright, MechE
"CyberCut: A Networked Manufacturing Service"
|September 23||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Peter Wolken, AVI Capital
"Technologies for the 21st Century"
|September 30||Distinguished Lecture Series|
John L. Doyle, Execute VP Hewlett-Packard, Inc., (retired) and past chair, Open Software Foundation
"Be Useful, Stay Useful in a 40 Year Career"
|October 7||Special Community Seminar|
Randy H. Katz, EECS Department
"What is All This About Satellites?"
|October 14||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Eric Allman, CEO
"The Evolution of Open Source Software in the Commercial Arena"
|October 21||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Karen Bruntz, Cisco Systems
"Training a New Work Force for Information Technology Jobs:
The Cisco Networking Academy Program"
|October 28||Distingushed Lecture Series|
Professor Rod Boswell, Australian National University, Canberra
"New Display Technology for Virtual Reality"
|November 4||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Rauf Halim, Vice President for VLSI, Rockwell Microelectronics
"Internet Access and Network InfrastructureTrends; Implications for VLSI Solutions"
|November 11||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. Paul Jacobs, VP, Qualcomm, Inc.
"The Future of Wireless Communications"
|November 18||Special Community Seminar|
Mel Terry and Barbara Pottgen
"Protecting Yourself Against Repetitive Stress Injury"
|November 25||No Seminar (day before Thanksgivings)|
|December 2||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Professor Raul Rojas, University of Berlin and ICSI
"The Architecture of Konrad Zuse's Early Computing Machines"
|Spring Semester 1999|
|January 20||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. Bob C. Liang, Intel Corporation
"Graphics and Media Research Works at Intel"
|January 27||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. Michael Carey, IBM Almaden and UCBerkeley Stonebraker Fellow
"O-O, What Are They Doing to Relational Databases? (The Evolution of DB2 Universal Database)"
Special Departmental Event
Electrical Engineering Outstanding Teaching Award: Professor Edward Lee.
Professor Lee will speak on
Refreshments to follow the presentation.
|February 10||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. Arding Hsu, Siemens Technology-to-Business Center, Berkeley, CA
"From R&D to R&D&B"
|February 17||No Seminar (Industrial Advisory Board Meeting)|
|February 24||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Mr. Dennis Segers, Sr. Vice President, FPGA Product Development and General Manager of the High End Business Unit, Xilinx, Inc., Milpitas, CA
"Next Steps for the Configurable Logic Industry"
|March 3||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Michael Schlansker, HP Laboratories, Palo Alto, CA
"EPIC: A New Generation of Architectures Beyond RISC"
|March 17||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Professor Pam Samuelson, School of Law and School of Management Information Systems, University of California, Berkeley
"Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy"
|March 24||No Seminar (Spring Break)|
|March 31||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Luc Barthelet, Chief Technical Officer, Maxis/Electronic Arts, Orinda, CA
"The Research Challenges and Opportunities in Entertainment Software"
|April 7||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. Peter Karp, Pangea Systems, Oakland, CA
"The EcoCyc Project as a Case Study for Bioinformatics Research"
|April 21||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. David Chaiken, AT&T Research, Menlo Park, CA
"Information Appliances: News from the Front Lines"
|April 28||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. Udi Manber, Chief Technology Officer, Yahoo, Inc., Palo Alto, CA.
"Behind the Scenes at a Web Portal"
|May 5||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Philip Kuekes, Senior Researcher, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, CA.
"Defect Tolerant Molecular Electronics"
|May 12||Distinguished Lecture Series|
Dr. Ruzena Bajcsy, NSF Division Director, Communication and Information Systems Engineering
"IT**2: Information Technology Initiative for the Twenty First Century"