Event Listing

08 MAR 2018
@ 2:00 pm
PRECISE Seminar: The Use of Mobile Health Technology in Clinical Research
The ability to efficiently develop new medicines for patients with unmet needs is limited by the current model for clinical development.  Fundamentally, the conduct of clinical trial has not changed significantly over the last few decades.  Emerging digital and mobile health… Read more
02 FEB 2018
@ 8:15 am
GRASP-PRECISE Industry Symposium 2018
The GRASP Lab and the PRECISE Center will host a 1-1/2 day symposium of leading executives and engineering involved in cutting-edge robotics, cyber-physical systems and Internet of Things. Prominent speakers from industry and academia will be featured, along with ample… Read more
01 FEB 2018
@ 8:30 pm
GRASP-PRECISE Special Seminar: The Future of Anomaly Detection
Anomaly detection is the process of identifying abnormal events. The proper identification of anomalies can be helpful for almost any domain and is critical in achieving level 4 and 5 autonomy for self-driving cars. However, classical anomaly detection is principally rooted… Read more
01 FEB 2018
@ 3:00 pm
PRECISE Seminar: Introduction and Vision around Connected Home, Connected Car and Intelligent B2B Solutions
This talk will highlight the purpose of LG’s Silicon Valley Lab, and introduce some of our projects around Robotics, Automotive space, and in some other areas. We will also introduce our new AI Lab, and talk about challenges and potential opportunities in this brave and… Read more
31 JAN 2018
@ 1:30 pm
PRECISE Seminar: Electricity System Planning with Distributed Energy Resources - New Methods for an Evolving Power System
Distributed energy resources (DERs), including distributed generation, storage, and demand response, are expanding and decentralizing options for the provision of electricity services. These novel resources compete with one another as well as… Read more
20 OCT 2017
@ 2:00 pm
PRECISE Seminar: Solving the DRAM Scaling Challenge
Technology scaling of DRAM cells has enabled higher capacity memory for the last few decades. Unfortunately, DRAM cells become vulnerable to failure as they scale down to a smaller size. Enabling high-performance, energy-efficient, scalable memory systems without sacrificing… Read more
18 OCT 2017
@ 2:00 pm
PRECISE Seminar: From Causes to Decisions
The collection of massive observational datasets has led to unprecedented opportunities for causal inference, such as using electronic health records to identify risk factors for disease. However, our ability to understand these complex data sets has not grown the same pace… Read more
08 AUG 2017
@ 8:00 am
Intel-NSF CPS Program Retreat 2017
Funded by Intel and NSF, our team studies security and privacy issues related to cyber-physical systems.  This is an annual, internal meeting for stakeholders from Penn, Stanford, Intel and NSF, and is not open to the general public. Read more
18 APR 2017
@ 9:00 am
Penn Autonomous Racing 2017
The F1tenth competition, established by PRECISE, is where top minds develop autonomous driving solutions for 1/10th scale race cars.  We provide online instruction and videos on how to build the base hardware platform, while teams design unique software algorithms for… Read more
14 APR 2017
@ 9:00 am
CyberCardia Project Meeting 2017
Funded by NSF and led by Stony Brook, collaborators from seven leading universities and centers working together to develop a CyberCardia framework for closed-loop verification of… Read more