EE and CE Graduate Students Orientation

The EE & CE Graduate Students Orientation will take place on Thursday, August 31 2017 at Low Library. We will soon update this page with an updated agenda.

All new graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend this event.

Below is an example for the orientation's agenda. 

Graduate Student Orientation 

Download the agenda flyer here. The slides below are from the 2016 orientation. 

9:30 AM  Sign-in and breakfast
10:15 AM Welcome and introduction to the department (EE Dept. Chair: Prof. Keren Bergman) 
10:30 AM Introduction to the EE program (Prof. Zoran Kostic)
10:45 AM Introduction to the CE Program (Prof. Charles Zukowski, Chair of CE Program)
11:00 AM Overview of courses in Micro Devices and Physical Principles (Prof. Jamie Teharani)
11:15 AM Overview of courses in Signal and Information Processing (Prof. John Wright)
11:30 AM Break
11:45 AM Overview of courses in Integrated Circuits and Systems (Prof. Mingoo Seok)
12:00 PM Graduate Career Services Overview Slides 1 Slides 2 (Ms. Alice Kim and Ms. Raina Ranaghan)
12:15 PM Overview of courses in Networking and Communications (Prof. Javad Ghaderi)
12:30 PM Overview of courses in Systems Biology and Neuroengineering (Prof. Christine Hendon)
12:45 - 1:45 PM Student Panel / Lunch / Departmental Group Picture
2:00 - 2:45 PM Overview of courses in Computer Engineering (Prof. Charles Zukowski) for CE students only (415CEPSR)
2:15 - 3:30 PM Introduction to the Ph.D. program (Prof. Mingoo Seok) and discussion of GRA/TA administrative aspects (Prof. Charles Zukowski and Ms. Janice Savage) for Ph.D. students only (EE Conference Room, 1300 Mudd)
2:00 - 4:00 PM Open Labs for all students (NORTHWEST and CEPSR).
2:00 - 5:00 PM Advising for all MS students (Mudd, CEPSR, NORTHWEST, and CSB).

Open Labs

Lab PIs Location
Lightwave Research Lab (LRL) Bergman 8LW1/8LW2 CEPSR
Bioelectronics Systems Lab Shepard 701 Northwest
Bionet Lab
Lazar 8LE5 CEPSR
Wim.NET Lab
Structure Function Imaging Lab

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