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DIG’s 6th Annual Research Symposium: Friday February 28th, 2014

Drexel IEEE Graduate Forum (DIG) would like to invite you to participate in our 6th annual research symposium to be held on February 28th in the 3rd floor atrium of Bossone Enterprise Research Center from 9:30am to 5pm. Lunch will be provided! The following speakers from industry and academia will present: Dr. Yon Visell (Drexel) on “Engineering and

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Technical Seminar – November 15, Bossone 302, 1-2 pm

 WHAT CAN ENSEMBLE OF CLASSIFIERS DO FOR YOU? From the Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition Laboratory at Rowan University, comes a crash course on ensemble based adaptive intelligent systems like no other. What can ensemble systems do for you? How about the ability of analyzing large volumes of data with modest computing resources, partitioning large

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Drexel IEEE Graduate (DIG) Forum’s Fifth Annual Research Symposium

Our annual research symposium is around the corner and we have some exciting events for the students. The symposium will include three excellent talks from prestigious faculties on a three very interesting topics. Another highlight of the event will be student research poster session where graduate students will showcase their on going research. We are

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IEEE Distinguished Seminar – “Novel Optoelectronics Devices for Future Radar and Communication Systems”

Drexel IEEE Graduate Forum invites all interested student to attend our distinguished seminar speaker Dr. Daniel Dolfi. Details regarding his talk and his bio can be found below. Novel Optoelectronics Devices for Future Radar and Communication Systems By Dr. Daniel Dolfi Thales Research and Technology, Palaiseau, France Thursday September 27, 2012 10:30-11:30 AM, Bossone 302

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IEEE Distinguished Lecture – “Enabling Cognitive Radio Networks”

Are you interested in the radio technology? Want to learn about recent advancements and challenges in wireless communications? Come learn all about cognitive radio network design for the future of collaborative and cooperative wireless technology at the lecture “Enabling Cognitive Radio Networks” by IEEE fellow and Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Narayan Mandayam from Rutgers University.  

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IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecture – “Teaching Networking in 20 Questions”

Are you curious about how some of the services like Google search, Amazon ranking and Netflix recommendations work and provide information you need when you are on the move? How Internet functions everyday without breaking down or can it break down? Come and listen to an interesting lecture “Teaching Networking via 20 Questions” to answer

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Grads and Undergrads research mixer

Join fellow grads and undergrads in student research mixer on March 5th, 12.00 PM – 1.00 PM

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