Sensor Networks Seminar
This is the official website for EE 392S, Winter Quarter 2003-2004. Here you can find information on speakers, topics of discussion, and a schedule of talks.
Following the final seminar/panel discussion on Tuesday, March 9, class members and visitors are invited to meet the speakers at a brief reception at 5:30 on the second floor of the Packard EE building. Refreshments will be served.
Topics to be addressed in the seminar series include:
This series is open to the public.
Funding for this seminar series has been generously contributed by the Center for Integrated Systems, the Stanford Photonics Research Center, and Agilent Technologies.
Table of Contents:
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|Time:||Tuesdays, 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM. Open to the public.|
|Location:||420, room 041. This is located in the lower
level of Jordan Hall in the front of the main quad at Stanford. Here is a
printable map, and a searchable
map for web use. Parking is unrestricted in most lots after 4 pm.
|Mailing Lists:||To receive weekly seminar announcements, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with "subscribe ee392s-announcements" in the body of the message.|
||Stanford students may elect EE 392S via Axess for 1 credit. Grading (credit/no credit) for this course is based on attendance and participation. You must attend 9 of 10 sessions for credit and sign the class list circulated at each lecture.|
|Faculty Coordinator:||Prof. Jack Wenstrand|
|Administrator:|| Kelly Yilmaz
Clicking on the date will open a new window that includes a speaker biography and talk abstract. Names are linked to the speaker's home page. Titles are linked to the presentation materials.
|6 January||Prof. Deborah Estrin (UCLA)|
|13 January||Prof. Kensal Wise (University of Michigan)|| Wireless Integrated MicroSystems (WIMS):
Coming Revolution in the Gathering of Information
|20 January||Prof. Andreas Andreou (Johns Hopkins)||Towards "Eyes" for Sensor
Network Systems: Biologically Inspired Local Computation for Data
|27 January||Prof. Jan Rabaey (UC-Berkeley)||Reliable operation despite ultra low power - the ultimate quest in wireless sensor networks.|
|3 February||Prof. Feng Zhao (Stanford/PARC)||Information Processing in Sensor Networks|
|10 February||Mr. Dan Steingart (presenting) and Prof. Paul Wright (UC-Berkeley)||Power Sources for Wireless Networks|
|17 February||Mr. Boris De Ruyter (Philips Research/Eindhoven)||Ambient Intelligence|
|24 February||Ms. Lakshmi Venkatraman (Bosch)||Design trade-offs, cost constraints, and market factors in development of a sensor network product|
|2 March|| Prof.
Shankar Sastry, Bruno Sinopoli,Cory Sharp
|Closing the Loop Around Wireless Ad-hoc Sensor Networks: Experiments and Truths of today and Promises for the future.|
|Ubiquitous sensor networks. When? Why or Why not?|
02/27/2004 01:13:01 PM -0800
Information on events at Stanford can be found on the "Stanford Visitors" web page.
Professor Levoy has compiled a list of local hotels.
The class runs for 75 minutes. Please plan your presentation for 55 minutes, to allow time for questions.