Announcements

Prof. Alexandru Nicolau & Alexander Veidenbaum at the Biennale

Prof. Alexandru Nicolau & Alexander Veidenbaum at the Biennale

Proclaimed as “Art Come Alive”,  At the Venice, Biennale, UCI professors Nicolau(left) and Veidenbaum(right) stand next to a composite of Nicolae Ceausescu.When asked “Who are you?”, Nothing happens. Not at first. “I was Ceausescu,” the painting suddenly responds, “secretary of the party and president of our country. You should have known that.” Now Ceausescu, or at least a digital composite of him, is “alive” again and answers questions from visitors who pass through the Romanian Institute of Culture and Humanistic Research in Venice, Italy. To read more about this event, click here.

 

UCI Researchers creates chip for 100GHz data transmission

UCI Researchers creates chip for 100GHz data transmission

Fifth-generation cellular networks and devices are still in the earliest stages of launching across the world, but research on the next generation — 6G — is already underway. Today, researchers at the University of California, Irvine’s Nanoscale Communication Integrated Circuits Labs announced that they’ve created a tiny radio chip that can send and receive data in the 100GHz frequency range, which is expected to be the basis for future 6G communications standards. To read more about this project, click here.

 

CECS Seminar

CECS Seminar

Title:”Scalable Set-based Analysis for Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems”

Speaker: Stanley Bak, Security Consultant of Safe Sky Analytics working with the FAA and Air Force.

Date and Time: Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.

Location: Engineering Hall 2430

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ETH Zurich Postdoc Position

The research group in Computer Engineering (https://www.tec.ee.ethz.ch) at ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, https://www.ethz.ch) has an opening for a post-doctoral fellow.

This position is devoted to scientific research in the area of embedded information processing, in particular for applications in mobile systems, internet of things, cyberphysical systems or sensor networks. The research is driven by our installations at several field sites in high alpine regions (permafrost research and early warning) as well as air pollution monitoring.

For more information and qualifications regarding this position, please click link below. (more…)

 

CECS Seminar

CECS Seminar

Title: “Safety Verification and Training for Learning-enabled Cyber-Physical Systems”

Speaker: Jyotirmoy Vinay Deshmukh, Assistant Professor in the Viterbi School of Engineering at University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Date and Time: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.

Location: Donald Bren Hall 4011

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Rainer Doemer Selected as Deans’ Honoree

Rainer Doemer Selected as Deans’ Honoree

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CECS Professor Rainer Doemer has been selected as a Deans’ Honoree for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. This award is selected based on campus wide nominations from peers, colleagues, and students.

Professor Rainer Doemer is loved by both students and faculty alike, and this award portrays that to this award’s nominees. Over 300 lecturers and TAs have received this award.

Congratulations, Professor Rainer Doemer!

 

CECS Seminar

CECS Seminar

Title: “Poly-Logarithmic Side Channel Rank Estimation via Exponential Sampling”

Speaker: Liron David, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Tel-Aviv University

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 12 at 10:00 a.m.

Location: Engineering Hall 5204

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Al Faruque: Eavesdrops on DNA Synthesizer to Steal Genetic Blueprint

Al Faruque: Eavesdrops on DNA Synthesizer to Steal Genetic Blueprint

CECS Professor Mohammad al Faruque, along with a group of graduate students (Arnav Malawade, John Chaput, and Sina Faezi), discovered that it is possible to record subtle sounds of a DNA synthesis machine, then reverse-engineering whatever genetic materials the machine is making. In other words, it is possible to hack such a machine by listening to it. Faruque’s accomplishments are featured in the New York Times and Wired. To read more, please see here (Wired), here (NY Times) or here (IEEE).

 

UCI/Tel Aviv International Workshop Focuses on AI/Smart Systems

UCI/Tel Aviv International Workshop Focuses on AI/Smart Systems

UCI attendees at the sixth annual workshop included: from left, professors R. Jayakrishnan, Pramod Khargonekar, Faryar Jabbari, Aparna Chandramowlishwaran, Marco Levorato and Mohammad al Faruque, pictured with Lily Wu, Samueli School director of academic

Last month, Intelligence 2025, the sixth annual UC Irvine/Tel Aviv University workshop, took place in Tel Aviv, Israel. This year’s event was dedicated to artificial intelligence and smart systems. Since these two fields will have a large impact on people around the world within the next several years, workshop organizers believe that these will help being a higher quality of life to those in developed and under-developed nations. To read more about this event, click here.

 

CECS Seminar

CECS Seminar

Title: “Partial logic synthesis and its application to automatic generation of parallel/distributed algorithms”

Speaker: Masahiro Fujita, Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of Tokyo, Japan

Date and Time: Thursday, January 14 at 3:00 p.m.

Location: Engineering Hall 3206

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Job Opening at ETH Zurich

Professor or Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) of Software Hardware Interfaces

The Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (www.ee.ethz.ch) at ETH Zurich invites applications for the above-mentioned position.

The successful candidate is expected to have a strong background in any area where software meets hardware, such as co-design, security, embedded systems, edge computing, internet of things, cyber-physical systems, operating systems, real-time systems, biomedical systems, autonomous mobility as well as corresponding theoretical concepts. (more…)

 

CECS Seminar

CECS Seminar

Title: “Accelerated Computing for Edge-Centric IoT”

Speaker: Dr. Tulika Mitra, Professor of Computer Science at School of Computing, National University of Singapore (NUS).

Date and Time: Monday, November 5, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.

Location: Donald Bren Hall 3011

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CECS Seminar

CECS Seminar

Title: “Plasmonic Wave Computing: Concepts and Potential”

Speaker: Dr. Francky Catthoor, IMEC Fellow, Professor of Electrical Engineering, KU Leuven, Belgium

Date and Time: Wednesday, October 31 at 11:00 a.m.

Location: Engineering Hall 2430

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Multidisciplinary Collaborators Awarded $2.1M to Improve Maternal Care in Underserved Communities

Multidisciplinary Collaborators Awarded $2.1M to Improve Maternal Care in Underserved Communities

Computer Science Professors Nikil Dutt, Marco Levorato, and Amir Rahmani together with Yuqing Guo, a professor in the Sue and Bill Gross School of Nursing, have just embarked on a four-year, multidisciplinary journey. The trio will explore the intersection of technology and healthcare in a community-focused setting with their $2.1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, “UNITE: Smart, Connected, and Coordinated Maternal Care for Underserved Communities.” To learn more about the project, click here.

 

CECS Seminar

CECS Seminar

Title: “Security of Additive Manufacturing: New Frontiers”

Speaker: Mark Yampolskiy, Assistant Professor, University of South Alabama

Date and Time: Friday, October 19, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.

Location: Engineering Hall 2430

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