Student in a classThese include at least one colloquium accessible to a wide audience, while the other lectures may be more specialized

Lectures in 2017

Wednesday, 29 March, 2017, 12:30, Meyer Bldg., Auditorium 1003
Prof. Jesús A. del Alamo, Director of the Microsystems Technology Laboratories and Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT
Title: Extending Moore’s Law through III-V Compound Semiconductors

View: Vincent Meyer Colloquiums until 2016

Lectures in 2016

Wednesday, 22 June, 2016, 12:30, Meyer Bldg., Auditorium 1003
Prof. Andrea Goldsmith, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Title: The future of wireless and what it will enable

Lectures in 2015

Wednesday, 3 June, 2015, 12:30, Meyer Bldg. Auditorium 1003
Prof. Lorenzo Alvisi, Department of Computer Sciences, UT Austin
Title: High performance ACID distributed databases via Modular Concurrency Control

Wednesday, 25 March, 2015, 12:30, Meyer Bldg., Auditorium 1003
Prof. Jean-Jacques SlotineMIT, Mechanical Engineering and Information Sciences
Title: Collective computation in nonlinear networks and the grammar of evolvability

Lectures in 2014

Wednesday, 18 June, 2014, 12:30, Meyer Bldg., Auditorium 1003
Prof. Prof. Yun C. Chung, College of Information Science & Technology at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science any (KAIST)
Title: Historical Perspectives and Future Directions of Fiber-Optic Communications

Lectures in 2013

Wednesday, 20 November, 2013, 12:30, Meyer Bldg., Auditorium 1003
Prof. Ronald R. Coifman, Yale Univ., Mathematics & Computer Science
Title: Learning Contextual/Conceptual Geometries of Databases or Matrices

Wednesday, 5 June, 2013, 12:30, Meyer Bldg., Auditorium 1003
Prof. Ursula Keller, ETH Zurich, Institute for Quantum Electronics
Title: Attoclock: Shining New Light on Old Questions in Quantum Mechanism

Lectures in 2012

Wednesday, 5 December, 2012, 12:30, Meyer Bldg., Auditorium 280
Prof. Michael I. Jordan, Univ. of California, Berkeley, EECS and Statistics
Title: Divide-and-Conquer and Statistical Inference for Massive Data

Wednesday, 16 May, 2012, 12:30, Meyer Bldg. Room 1003
Prof. Robert Ghrist, University of Pennsylvania, Mathematics
Title: Topological Methods for Systems and Signals

Wednesday, 28 March, 2012, 12:30, Meyer Bldg. Auditorium 280
Prof. Eli Yablonovitch, UC Berkeley, EECS
Title: Searching for the Milli-Volt Switch