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Distinguished Seminar Series

University of Michigan’s Electrical and Computer Engineering division has established the Distinguished Seminar Series with the intent to host distinguished academics and industrial leaders who have had significant influence in the advancement of the ECE discipline, and whose visions are shaping the future and setting the research agenda of electrical and computer engineering. Our goal is to display the most recent advancements in all sub-fields of ECE to our research community and student populations, and to provide networking opportunities to our faculty and Ph.D. students. 

The ECE Distinguished Seminar Series is a monthly or bi-monthly series where prominent scientists from various backgrounds in ECE are invited to give a one hour seminar followed with questions and answers. The lecturers will also meet with faculty and graduate students during their one and a half day visit to our department and further engage with exchange of ideas and better learn about ongoing research in the ECE department at the University of Michigan. These seminars will be recorded and are made available to the public at large.

Faculty Organizer 

Kamal Sarabandi

Prof. Kamal Sarabandi
Director, Radiation Laboratory

Campus Contact

Ann Stals

Ann Stals
Alumni Engagement & Events Manager
[email protected]

Upcoming Seminars

There are no events currently scheduled.

Past Seminars

ECE Distinguished Seminar Series
Ioannis (John) Kymissis, Kenneth Brayer Professor of Electrical Engineering Chair, Department of Electrical Engineering , Columbia University SEAS
Distinguished Lecture | ECE Distinguished Seminar Series
Dr. Susan Hagness, Philip D. Reed Professor and Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering , University of Wisconsin-Madison