How can sensing, computing, and communication technologies be applied to address research challenges across a range of emerging applications? Each week, distinguished lecturers from industry and academia explore this basic question, addressing the latest research, insights, and vision for innovation in the twenty-first century.
Examples of Previous Talks:
- Life in Space: Microfluidic Systems Enable the Study of Terrestrial Microbes in Space and the Search for Life on the Solar System’s Icy Moons, Antonio Ricco, NASA-Ames
- A VC's View of the Quantum Computing Landscape, Shaun Maguire, Google Ventures
- Material Challenges and Opportunities in Next-Generation Electronics: From Non-silicon Electronics to Artificial Neural Networks, Jeehwan Kim, MIT
- 5G Communication Challenges and Directions, Mike McCloud, Qualcomm
- AR/VR Technology Challenges and Future Opportunities, Giuseppe Calafiore, Facebook-Oculus
- Health research on a Massive Scale Using Smartphones: MyHeart Counts and Beyond, Steve Hersham, Stanford Medical School
- AI and Machine Learning
- Quantum Computing
- Autonomous Vehicles
- 5/6G Communications
- Biomedical Applications and Personal Health
- Cloud Computing
- Internet of Things
- Environmental Sustainability
- Extraterrestrial Exploration
- New Materials and Advanced Devices
- Novel Circuit Design and Computing Systems Architecture
Note on Course Availability
This course is typically offered Autumn quarter.
The course schedule is displayed for planning purposes – courses can be modified, changed, or cancelled. Course availability will be considered finalized on the first day of open enrollment. For quarterly enrollment dates, please refer to our graduate certificate homepage.