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Hayley Leavitt - AARVIN Week 7

This week with AARVIN we got the robot rolling! The GPS is fully implemented and GPS-Compass navigation is working! Testing outside in real-world conditions got delayed due to real-world weather,…

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Tech Talk Tuesday: Chip Wars: Make 'em and Break 'em

September 28, 2021 Vincent Immler, Assistant ProfessorElectrical and Computer EngineeringOregon State University Abstract Manufacturing integrated circuits (ICs) is a complex task and highly…

From  Gale Sumida 49 plays

Tech Talk Tuesday: Neuroprostheses for amputees and patients with spinal cord injuries

V John MathewsProfessorElectrical and Computer EngineeringOregon State University May 18, 2021 AbstractRecent technological innovations such as functional neuro-muscular stimulation (FNS) offer…

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Tech Talk Tuesday: Power System Modeling for Cyber and Physical Security of Electrical Infrastructure

Eduardo Cotilla-Sanchez, Associate ProfessorElectrical and Computer EngineeringOregon State University March 9, 2021 Abstract Due to the variety of mechanisms involved, it is challenging to protect…

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Tech Talk Tuesday: Power System Resilience: Earthquakes and the Grid

Ted Brekken, ProfessorElectrical and Computer EngineeringOregon State University February 23, 2021 AbstractA Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake will cause widespread devastation across the U.S.…

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Tech Talk Tuesday: Interferer-tolerant RF/Millimeter-Wave Receivers in the Age of Ubiquitous Wireless

Arun Natarajan, Associate ProfessorSchool of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceOregon State University November 23, 2020 AbstractWireless systems continue to drive and be driven by…

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Tech Talk Tuesday: Internal Photoemission Spectroscopy Measurement of Energy Barrier Heights at Interfaces of ALD Materials in Metal/Insulator/Metal (MIM) Device Structures

J.F. Conley, Jr., ProfessorSchool of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceOregon State University November 10, 2020 AbstractMetal-insulator-metal (MIM) devices find application as high-speed…

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Tech Talk Tuesday - Rigid, Flexible, and Stretchable Circuits and Sensor Systems

Rigid, Flexible, and Stretchable Circuits and Sensor Systems October 27, 2020 Abstract Stretchable electronic circuits and systems will be critical for future wearable devices and smart textiles,…

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