Microchips, fiber optics, video displays, and other gadgets EEs make

Updated July 9, 2002


Professor Jeffrey Bokor E-mail: jbokor@eecs.berkeley.edu

Class meets: Wed. 10:00AM - 11:00AM, 299 Cory Hall

This seminar is intended to offer a taste of how the hardware that is powering the information age really works.  Electrical engineers must invest considerable effort to learn their science and math fundamentals.  Eventually, though, the fun comes in building innovative and practical gadgets.  We will side-step the science and math and get right into the hardware.  We'll take a look at what's inside some of today's most exciting products and technology as well as look ahead at the future products that are just around the corner.  Our focus will be on hardware and we will see how much fun engineers can have using their hands other than by typing on a keyboard.

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