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Engineering Lecture Series Includes Lectures on Circuit Simulators and Radio Applications
September 1, 2017
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The Sonoma State University Engineering Lecture Series features talks circuit simulators, smart energy, how to make a radio application in seven minutes, and more. Lectures are the first and third Thursdays in Salazar Hall, room 2009A, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.

Sept. 7

Practical Aspects of Modeling Complex Analog Behavior in Modern Circuit Simulators

Dr. Marek Mierzwinski, Software Engineer, Device Model Development, EEsof Division, Keysight Technologies


Sept. 21

Latching Relays, Smart Energy, and the Internet of Things

Mr. Mike Gallico, Director of Business Development, KG Technologies


Oct. 5

Lidar Solutions Using Vernier-Tuned Distributed Bragg Reflector Lasers

Dr. Dennis Derickson, Chair, EE Dept., Cal Poly San Luis Obispo


Oct 19

IoT Testing Challenges

Mr. Rob Rowland, Senior Account Manager, Gap Wireless


Nov. 2

Gold Foams as Advanced Biomedical Device Coatings

Dr. Erkin Şeker, Assoc. Prof., EE Dept., UC Davis, CA


Nov. 16

Building a Software Defined Radio Application in Seven Minutes

Mr. Mohammad Salah, R&D RF Engineer, National Instruments

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