Lectures

Insights from Academia

Qualcomm regularly hosts professors to present technical lectures to project teams at our research facilities.

San Diego Seminar Series
Silicon Valley Seminar Series
Date Title University Professor
6/26/2017 New Signal to Total Distortion Ratio FOM for PAs, and supply modulator bandwidth reduction for ET GaN Pas NTNU Morten Olavsbråten
6/23/2017 Fast and Provably Good Seedings for k-Means UPenn Hamed Hassani
6/22/2017 Deep Stochastic Radar Models Stanford Tim Wheeler
6/13/2017 Identifying Best Interventions through Online Importance Sampling UT Austin Sanjay Shakkottai
5/17/2017 Software-Defined Error-Correcting Codes UCLA Mark Gottscho, 
Clayton Schoeny, 
Irina Alam
5/11/2017 Fueling the Beast: Addressing the Computational Challenges of Ubiquitous Analytics and Learning Purdue Anand Raghunathan
5/11/2017 Real-time Safety Monitoring and Early Warnings for Driving Assistance Systems and Connected Autonomous Vehicles Texas A&M Ivan Damnjanovic, 
Alireza Talebpour
3/28/2017 Content-Aware Network Management and Data Filtering for Edge-Assisted IoT Systems UCI Marco Levorato
3/3/2017 Nanotechnology for Massively-Parallel, Multi-Physical Interrogation of Brain Activity Caltech Laurent Moreau, Michael Roukes
2/16/2017 'DC to Daylight': Harnessing the Spectrum and its Opportunities for Future Integrated Micro-systems Princeton Kaushik Sengupta
2/15/2017 Fundamental Limits and Approximate Message Passing for Massive Device Connectivity University of Toronto Wei Yu
2/10/2017 A Unified View of Self-Timed or Asynchronous Systems Portland State Ivan Sutherland
2/10/2017 The First Natural-Resolution Neural Interface: Retinal Prostheses of the Future Stanford E.J. Chichilnisky
2/8/2017 Discovering the Brain's Internal Algorithms: The Future of Articifical Intelligence is Natural Intelligence UCSD Gabriel A. Silva
12/16/2016 Brain-Machine Interfaces: From Basic Science and Engineering to Clinical Trials Stanford Krishna Shenoy
11/17/2016 Human Ethomics: Reverse Engineering the Perception-Action Loop Imperial College London Aldo Faisal
11/16/2016 Squeezing Deep Learning onto Wearables, Phones and Things University College London (UCL) Nic Lane
10/6/2016 Practical Secure Function Evaluation by Logic Synthesis and Novel Optimizations UCSD Farinaz Koushanfar
8/15/2016 Analyzing the Fault Injection Sensitivity of Secure Embedded Software Virginia Tech Patrick Schaumont
8/5/2016 Security Weaknesses Analysis of the Android Ecosystem UCR Zhiyun Qian
8/5/2016 Are the apps the source of all evil? - A security and privacy perspective UCR Michalis Faloutsos
7/18/2016 Understanding the Human Brain, a Research Journey Oxford Newton Howard
7/15/2016 High Data Rate Electronic Wireless Interface to Brain Circuits - DARPA NESD Program Aspirations Brown Arto Nurmikko
6/27/2016 Deep Learning 2.0 University of Amsterdam Max Welling
6/23/2016 Novel Electronics Technology based on Low-Symmetry Two-Dimensional Materials USC Han Wang
6/6/2016 Wearable Electrochemical Biosensors / Skin-Worn Hybrid Sensors UCSD Joseph Wang, Patrick Mercier
5/27/2016 Towards Ultra Low Power Pulse Based Signal Processing University of Florida Kan Li
5/12/2016 Coded MapReduce: A Scalable Framework for Wireless Distributed Computing USC Salman Avestimehr
5/9/2016 Information theory in RNA Sequencing: Assembly and Analytics Washington Sreeram Kannan
4/25/2016 Autonomous Cars for City Driving Freie Universität Berlin Raúl Rojas
4/21/2016 Passive Wi-Fi - Bringing Low Power to Wi-Fi Transmissions Washington Vamsi Talla
4/7/2016 Scalable Design of Heterogeneous System-on-Chip Platforms Columbia Luca Carloni
Date Title University Professor
10/27/2016 XChange: Dynamic Multi-Resource Allocation for the Manycore Era Cornell Jose Martinez
10/24/2016 Lift: a Functional Approach to Generating High Performance GPU Code using Rewrite Rules University of Edinburgh Christophe Dubach
10/13/2016 Opaque: A Data Analytics Platform with Strong Security UC Berkeley Raluca Popa
9/22/2016 node2vec: Scalable Feature Learning for Networks Stanford Aditya Grover
9/1/2016 Concepts and questions as programs NYU Brenden Lake
8/18/2016 The argument for Deception as a Means to Understand and Stymie the Adversary NYU Damon McCoy
8/8/2016 Cyber Physical Security (CPS) for the Smart Grid – A system-level security beyond traditional cyber security Iowa State Manimaran Govindarasu
7/7/16 The ICSI Haystack: A Tool to Illuminate the Dark Side of the Mobile Ecosystem ICSI Narseo Vallina Rodriguez
6/23/2016 Defending against Advanced Return-Oriented Programming Attacks Stony Brook Michalis Polychronakis
6/8/2016 Opportunities and Challenges of machine learning in security ICSI Sadia Afroz
5/27/16 Shreds: Fine-grained Execution Units with Private Memory Stony Brook Long Lu
5/26/16 Server-side verification of client behavior in cryptographic protocols UNC Michael Reiter
5/2/16 Scaling up Superoptimization UC Berkeley Phitchaya Mangpo Phothilimthana
3/30/16 Static Analysis to Detect Vulnerabilities and Malice in Android Applications UCSB Christopher Kruegel
3/24/16 Active Authentication DARPA Angelos Keromytis
3/4/16 Scalable Cloud-Sensor Architecture for Smart City Deployments University of Florida Sumi Helal
3/3/16 Machine Learning Techniques for Preventing the Global Malware Dissemination University of Maryland Tudor Dumitraș
2/17/16 HPC, The Computational Foundation of Deep Learning Baidu Bryan Catanzaro
12/18/15 CENATE: A Computing Proving Ground PNNL Adolfy Hoisie
11/2/15 TABLA, A Unified Template-Based Framework for Accelerating Machine Learning Georgia Tech Hadi Esmaeilzadeh
8/20/2015 The Coming Revolution in Neuromorphic Computing: Hardware and Software IBM Research Brent Hailpern
7/30/2015 Jalangi: A Dynamic Analyses Framework for JavaScript UC Berkeley Koushik Sen
6/9/2015 Random Sampling, Model Counting, and Improvisation UC Berkeley Sanjit Seshia