Central Coast Events and Seminars

  • VIRTUAL: Understanding Quantum Computing Through Negative Probabilities – 17 February @ 6:30PM - Dr. Kerem Camsari PhD UCSB ECE Presents “Understanding Quantum Computing Through Negative Probabilities” Dr. Kerem Camsari’s timely talk, Understanding Quantum Computing Through Negative Probabilities, is sure to answer a lot of our questions. When you Register for the IEEE Event please include ­­your email address so you can be contacted if you win the “Door Prize”. Only those... Read more
  • VIRTUAL: Perceptual Engineering seminar – 20 January @ 6:30PM - Professor Sra’s engaging talk about Perceptual Engineering, which entails building systems and devices to modify and manipulate a user’s sense of space, place, and body, has to be of great interest to us all. When you Register for the IEEE Event please include your email address so you can be contacted if you win the... Read more
  • VIRTUAL: Natural Language Processing – 16 December @ 6:30PM - IEEE CC Zoom Event- Natural Language Processing – 16 December @ 6:30PM Dr. Jessica Santana PhD UCSB Presents “Using Natural Language Processing to Measure Ethical Convergence in Scientific Discourse” Professor Santana’s timely talk is sure to be very enlightening. When you Register for the event please include your email address so you can be included... Read more
  • VIRTUAL: Experiences with IoT and The New Internet as a Platform of Things – 18 November 2020 @ 6:30PM - IEEE Central Coast Zoom Event – 18 November 2020 @ 6:30PM Professor Rich Wolski Ph.D. – UCSB CS Presents: “Experiences with IoT and The New Internet as a Platform of Things” Greetings, 1. Please REGISTER for EVENT NOW . 2. Use this link to access Zoom on November 18 @ 6:15PM – 6:30PM. A number... Read more
  • VIRTUAL: Microscale Thermal-Fluids Engineering for Next Generation Energy and Electronics Systems – 21 October 2020 @ 6:30PM - IEEE Central Coast Zoom Event – 21 October 2020 @ 6:30PM Professor Yangying Zhu Ph.D. – UCSB MC Presents: “Microscale Thermal-Fluids Engineering for Next Generation Energy and Electronics Systems” 1. Please REGISTER for EVENT NOW via following link. 2. Use link to access Zoom on October 21 @ 6:15PM – 6:30PM. Professor Zhu’s timely talk... Read more
  • VIRTUAL Event: “Electronics Meets Biology” on 16 September 2020 @ 6:30PM - IEEE Central Coast Zoom Event – 16 September 2020 @ 6:30PM Professor Luke Theogarajan Ph.D. – UCSB ECE Presents: “Electronics Meets Biology” Abstract: The vision of electronics closely integrated with biology while popularized in science fiction is now becoming a reality. In this talk I will outline the role of electronics in biology in two... Read more
  • Modeling the Pacific Ocean on the Computer – 19 August 2020 - IEEE Central Coast LIVE Event – 19 August 2020 @ 6:00PM Distinguished Professor Eckart Meiburg Ph.D. – UCSB ME Presents: Modeling the Pacific Ocean on the Computer Hello Central Coast, Finally, we have an outdoor venue for our August 19th Event, Arnoldi’s Italian Restaurant at 600 Olive St. on the Patio. Social Distancing and masks (except... Read more
  • Virtual Event-Recursive Synthesis of Digital Circuits – 15 July 2020 - IEEE Central Coast FREE VIRTUAL Event Professor Behrooz Parhami Ph.D. – UCSB ECE Presents:  Recursive Synthesis of Digital Circuits: Advantages and Examples Hello Central Coast, We are still relegated to the virtual world because of the reversal in “opening”. However, we are exploring possible outdoor venues for in-person events for August and September and beyond.... Read more
  • VIRTUAL Event – 17 June 2020 @ 6PM - IEEE Central Coast FREE VIRTUAL Event – 17 June 2020 @ 6PM Dr. Di Liang Ph.D. – Hewlett Packard Presents: Photonics in High Performance Computing   Hello Central Coast, We had hoped to hold our June 17th Event at Rusty’s, our usual venue; but, the meeting room has not yet reopened. Di Liang PhD has offered... Read more
  • IEEE MATLAB Event – 18 March 2020 @ 5:30 PM - The IEEE Central Coast and Dr. Aycan Hacioglu of Mathworks Presents: Data Analysis and Visualization with MATLAB for Beginners Location – UCSB – Engineering Science Bldg 1001 MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numerical computation. Using MATLAB, you can solve technical computing problems faster than with traditional programming languages,... Read more