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Loose Bits: Weekly Highlights Within EE

October 31, 2003


Now that your acting chair has returned from his exploits in South America, this and the next Loose Bits installments are catch-ups on the past two weeks.

1. Our EE Department Halloween Party on 10/31 was a great success with many small children running about in various disguises. Thanks to all of the advising staff - Helene, Frankye, Amy, and Robyn - for helping to put this together!

2. Professor John Sahr was in the news again, this time making the front page of the Seattle Times on 10/27 for his work on passive radar and its applications to space weather. John also gave the EE Department Colloquium this week on 10/30 describing his research.

3. The EE Department Colloquiums are now available as an on-demand video playback from the EE Department website. Thanks to Prof. Jenq-Neng Hwang for setting up this new presentation format for our colloquia! Below are links to the video for the two most recent talks:

Professor John Sahr's talk
Talk by Gary Starkweather of Microsoft Research



Robert Bruce Darling, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor and Acting Chair
University of Washington
Department of Electrical Engineering, Box 352500
Seattle, WA 98195-2500
office phone: 206-616-0959
dept. fax: 206-543-3842