The Electrical Engineering Research Colloquium (ECE 591) is a series of weekly colloquia on topics of general interest in electrical engineering and related fields.
Speakers will be from the University of Idaho Electrical Engineering Department, other departments on campus, Washington State University, the local community, industry and from outside agencies and universities.
In the past we have had engineers and scientists from the departments of Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, and Chemical Engineering, Physics, Psychology, and Education at U-Idaho, Physics and Electrical Engineering at Washington State University, NASA-Ames Research Center, the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona, and the Department of Applied Physics at Stanford University.
Talks have ranged from Catastrophic Flooding on Mars to hints on technical writing for publication.
Aicha Elshabini - firstname.lastname@example.org
Gauss-Johnson 209 (GJL 209)
ECE 591 is 0 credit and graded Pass/Fail.
There will be approximately 12-14 colloquia throughout the semester. At each meeting a signup list will be distributed. To pass the course the student must have no more than 1 unexcused absence. If you must miss a colloquium for any reason, please let me know by email.
Visit the ECE 591 Course Webpage
for the current colloquium schedule and presentation materials.