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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "Closing Remarks" (9 min 34 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: Closing Remarks Length: 9 min 34 sec Presenters: Dr. Erika Tatiana Camacho, Program Director, National Science Foundation; Dr. Diana Elder,…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "Building the QIS Workforce" (1 hr 8 min 35 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: Building the QIS Workforce Length: 1 hr 8 min 35 sec Moderator: Dr. Isaac Kim, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science,…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "Discussion with Early Career Professionals" (1 hr 2 min 30 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: Discussion with Early Career Professionals Length: 1 hr 2 min 30 sec Moderator: Victoria Norman, PhD Candidate, Department of Physics,…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "Establishing QIS Programs: Overcoming Administrative Barriers" (1 hr 10 min 15 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: Establishing QIS Programs - Overcoming Administrative Barriers Length: 1 hr 10 min 15 sec Moderator: Dr. Mark Pederson, Professor, Department…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "QIS Faculty Development Panel" (1 hr 3 min 11 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: QIS Faculty Development Panel Length: 1 hr 3 min 11 sec Moderator: Dr. Timothy A. Akers, Vice Present for Research Innovation and Advocacy,…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "Plenary Keynote" (1 hr 1 min 32 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: QIS Pedagogy Plenary Panel Length: 1 hr 1 min 32 sec Plenary Speaker Introduction: Dr. Mark Pederson, Professor, Department of Physics,…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "QIS Pedagogy Plenary Panel" (1 hr 17 min 45 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: QIS Pedagogy Plenary Panel Length: 1 hr 17 min 45 sec Moderator: Dr. Marina Radulaski, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 2 - "Welcome and Meeting Overview" (38 min 17 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences Session: Welcome and Meeting OverviewLength: 38 min 17 sec Presenters: Dr. Damon Tull, Director, Industry Alliances, UC Davis Graduate School of…

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HSI Summit Pt. 2 - Quantum Information Sciences

This is the video recording of part two of the HSI Strategic Innovation Summit Series for Advanced Research and Instruction in Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Information Sciences. The series…

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EE-Emerge Helping Hand

EE-Emerge team: Brandon Potter, Christine Mitroff, Sejal Karanjkar, Willie Feng-Liu, Brian Nguyen and Paulo Batilay Abstract: As the supply chain gets deeper in complexity and the need to meet…

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Neuromorphic Computing with Optoelectronic Neurons - Luis El Srouji

As transistor scaling trends in VLSI and von Neumann computing begin to slow down, many look to distributed computing techniques as an avenue for further improvements in computing capacity.…

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Prof. Hasler: Physical Neuromorphic Computing

Discussion of analog CMOS computation and parallels to biological neurons. Prof. Hasler points out that the exponential voltage controls found in MOS devices can be used to more accurately model…

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Meeting 5-4-21: Backpropagation and the Brain

Mehmet Berkay leads a discussion on the potential biological basis for backpropagation and a justification for its uses in spiking neural networks.

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First Meeting: Intro to Neuromorphic computing

First club meeting; a brief overview of neuromorphic computing in comparison to both biological brains and Von Neumann computers. A short discussion of ABR's Nengo library and Intel's Loihi…

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ECS 220 7c:7.5-2 existence of universal machines and the Church-Turing thesis

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ECS 235B, Winter 2021; Lecture #1; January 4, 2021

Foundations of Computer and Information Security. This covers class administration, the basic components, reference monitors, and part of access control matrices. The class begins 16:06 minutes into…

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