Events

SystemX hosts a Fall Conference and Spring Workshops. The Fall Conference includes Focus Area breakout sessions, plenary presentations, and student poster sessions which highlight the SystemX faculty and students’ projects.

The Spring Workshops are a more intensive look into the various Focus Areas within SystemX.

Presentations and videos from the conferences are available on each event page for Member Companies and Stanford Faculty/Staff/Students (login required).

E.g., Feb 2024

AI & Blockchain: First & Second Line of defense for IoT Applications and Devices  
Seminar

Ahmed Banafa - San Jose State University
Thu Jan 27th, 2022  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Hewlett 103

BONUS LECTURE: Lithium-ion batteries for electrified vehicles and beyond  
Seminar

Simona Onori - Stanford University
Tue Jan 25th, 2022  (2:00 pm to 3:00 pm)
Packard 202

Towards Understanding and Building Embodied Intelligence  
Seminar

Agrim Gupta - Stanford University
Thu Jan 20th, 2022  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Hewlett 103

Devices & ASICs for Machine Intelligence and Post-Quantum Cryptography  
Seminar

Volker Sorger - George Washington University
Thu Jan 13th, 2022  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Zoom (Webinar)

Let the Data Flow!  
Seminar

Kunle Olukotun - Stanford University
Thu Jan 6th, 2022  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Zoom (Webinar)

Autonomous Miniaturized Distributed Space Systems  
Seminar

Simone D'Amico - Stanford University
Thu Dec 2nd, 2021  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Huang 018

Choreorobotics: An Emerging Discipline  
Seminar

Catie Cuan - Stanford University
Thu Nov 18th, 2021  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Huang 018

SystemX November Conference - Nov. 8-11, 2021 (Virtual)  
Annual Conference

Mon Nov 8th, 2021 to Thu Nov 11th, 2021  (8:00 am to 9:00 pm)

Blockchain technologies: the good, the bad, and the future  
Seminar

Dan Boneh - Stanford University
Thu Nov 4th, 2021  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Huang 18

Robots that Work Together, Robots that Play Together  
Seminar

Mac Schwager - Stanford University
Thu Oct 28th, 2021  (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm)
Huang 18

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