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CPCC Research Showcase

Title: CPCC Research Showcase
Event Date: 3/9/2011 - 3/9/2011
Event Time: 3 pm

Calit2 Building, UC Irvine

Free parking available in the nearby Anteater Parking Structure. Follow the event signage.


The Center for Pervasive Communications and Computing (CPCC) was established in 2000 to facilitate research in emerging communications technologies that will dramatically change the way people access and use information. The need for ubiquitous communications to anywhere at any time results in many challenges in different areas of communications, information theory, signal processing, systems, circuits and networking. CPCC conducts fundamental research in these areas with the goal of pushing the technological limits as far as possible. Join us Wed., March 9 for activities showcasing the center’s novel research. Explore some of the technologies in development and discover emerging opportunities for collaboration.


2:30 pm - Registration check-in opens - Calit2 Building Atrium

3 pm - Presentations begin - Calit2 Building Auditorium

5 pm - Reception, poster session and research demonstrations - Calit2 Building Atrium and Calit2/Engineering building labs



Welcome: Dimitri Papamoschou, interim dean, The Henry Samueli School of Engineering, UCI

Research Center's Role in University: John Hemminger, vice chancellor office of reserach, UCI

Calit2 Introduction: G.P. Li, director

CPCC Introduction: Hamid Jafarkhani, director

Research Showcase Presentations:

Circuit and Hardware Design - Payam Heydari, professor, electrical engineering and computer science

Communications Systems - Lee Swindlehurst, professor, electrical engineering and computer science

Networking - Homayoun Yousefi'zadeh, associate adjunct professor, electrical engineering and computer science


The CPCC Research Showcase is co-sponsored and supported by the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2).


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