Understanding Complexity in Markovian Interaction Networks

John Goutsias depicts theoretical and computational approach for characterizing and analyzing complexity in nonlinear interaction networks with Markovian dynamics.

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Congratulations to the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Class of 2015!

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Compressive Ultrahigh-speed Continuous Imaging

Mark Foster demonstrates broadband laser pulses and fiber optic dispersion processing can be used to temporarily encode laser pulses with a random sequence.

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Visual Motion Sensing in Biology

Dr. Ralph Etienne-Cummings and Alum Garrick Orchard review visual motion sensing in biology.

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Touch and Go

Noah Cowan leads a team to determine how haptic feedback enhances rhythmic motor control by reducing variability, not improving convergence rate.

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The Eyes Have It

Jerry Prince teams up with Peter Calabresi on a simple eye scan that may revolutionize the assessment and understanding of multiple sclerosis.

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The Intact Brain

Dr. Arman Rahmim seeks to Image neurotransmitter modulation of brain network activity in real-time

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Piezoelectrets and their Applications

Gerhard M. Sessler and James E. West, co-inventors of the electret microphone, are reunited while delivering the Distinguished Lecture titled, "Piezoelectrets and their Applications".

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Monitoring Movement Through Sound

Dr. Andreas Andreou and PhD Graduate, Thomas Murray have devised a human action-recognition program technology that is less intrusive and expensive then the current method of tracking actions using newer technology that identifies actions using sound.

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