Events

During the academic year, SystemX holds a weekly seminar every Thursday from 4:30-5:30pm. The seminar series draws upon distinguished invited speakers from both industry and academia who are involved at all levels of the technology stack and with the emerging applications that they enable.

Occasionally, we host Bonus Seminars that are not part of EE310 and occur at other locations at different dates and times. They will be also be listed here.

To be notified of upcoming seminars, SUBSCRIBE to our weekly mailing list.

For Member Companies:

Members are invited to attend the seminars in person or view a live stream. Recordings of the seminars are available on our website for viewing at any time. For access to the live stream, please contact Kiyah Agtarap (kagtarap@stanford.edu) Note: Occasionally, the speaker requests to not be live streamed/recorded or to share slides, we will do our best to notify you of this in advance.

For Students:

EE310 is a 1 unit, credit/no credit class. It is repeatable for credit. It is offered Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters.

E.g., 2021-06
Patrick Chiang

E3-Lab: Energy-Efficiency at the Extremes  
Seminar

Associate Professor Patrick Yin Chiang, Oregon State University
Thu Feb 12th, 2015  (4:00pm to 5:00pm)
David Packard Building Room 202
Rick Bahr, SystemX Strategic Advisor

Wi-Fi Everywhere: Reflections on Wi-Fi’s (R)Evolution  
Seminar

Rick Bahr (Qualcomm)
Thu Feb 5th, 2015  (4:00pm to 5:00pm)
Packard 202
SystemX inaugural event speaker Greg Yaric

At the Core of System Scaling  
Seminar

Greg Yeric (ARM Holdings)
Thu Jan 22nd, 2015  (4:00pm to 5:00pm)
Packard 202

Texas Instruments internship deadline  
Student Event

Tue Jan 20th, 2015  (7:00am to 5:00pm)

Stanford SystemX Alliance Seminar and Lunch  
Student Event

Guido Groeseneken
Thu Dec 18th, 2014  (10:30am to 11:30am)
Paul Allen Building, Room 101

2014 CIS Fall Conference & Stanford SystemX Alliance Introduction  
Annual Conference

various
Tue Nov 11th, 2014 to Wed Nov 12th, 2014  (8:45am to 5:00pm)
Li Ka Shing Center and Paul G. Allen Annex

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