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Author Archives: Colin O'Flynn

High Frequency Applications of Wide band Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis

[ August 6, 2015; 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. ] The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Dalhousie University, along with the Signal Processing / Microwave Theory and Techniques Joint Chapter and Circuits and Systems / Solid State Circuits Society Joint Chapter of the IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section wish to invite you to the following presentation.

Title of Talk:

High Frequency Applications of Wide band Adjoint Sensitivity […]

Demystifying Signal Integrity in High-Speed Designs

[ August 7, 2015; 9:30 am to 11:00 am. ] The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Dalhousie University, along with the Signal Processing / Microwave Theory and Techniques Joint Chapter and Circuits and Systems / Solid State Circuits Society Joint Chapter of the IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section wish to invite you to the following presentation.

Title of Talk:

Demystifying Signal Integrity in High-Speed Designs

Speaker:

Ramachandra Achar, Carleton […]

Energy-aware Wireless Transmitters for Broadband Communication Systems

[ May 5, 2015; 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. ] The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Dalhousie University, along with the The Signal Processing / Microwave Theory and Techniques Joint Chapter and Circuits and Systems / Solid State Circuits Society Joint Chapter of the IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section wish to invite you to the following presentation.

Title of Talk:

Energy-aware Wireless Transmitters […]

Biosensors – Enjoying Research at the Crossroads of Engineering and the Science

[ November 25, 2014; 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm. ] The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Dalhousie University, along with the The Signal Processing / Microwave Theory and Techniques Joint Chapter and Circuits and Systems / Solid State Circuits Society Joint Chapter of the IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section wish to invite you to the following presentation.

Title of Talk:

Biosensors […]

Smart Home Technologies Towards Better Healthcare

[ September 26, 2014; 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. ] The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Dalhousie University, along with the The Signal Processing / Microwave Theory and Techniques Joint Chapter and Circuits and Systems / Solid State Circuits Society Joint Chapter of the IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section wish to invite you to the following presentation.

Title of Talk:

Smart Home Technologies Towards Better […]

 
 
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