Friday, June 4, 2010

LiP6

Friday, June 4

The last technical visit for EE 3940: Nano-Bio Circuits and Systems in London and Paris was at the University of Pierre and Marie Curie.
Friday, June 4

The last technical visit for EE 3940: Nano-Bio Circuits and Systems in London and Paris was at the University of Pierre and Marie Curie. Of all the research laboratories at the university, we were introduced to the Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6 (LiP6). According to Sébastien Tixeuil, the first lecturer, LiP6 is 1 of 120 laboratories at UPMC. They work closely with CNRS (the French National Center for Scientific Research). The departments at LiP6 included System on a Chip, Networks and Distributed Systems, Scientific Computing, Decision Making, Intelligent Systems, and Databases and Machine Learning.

Together with lectures from LiP6 researchers, we and the researchers were given lectures from Adam Pagel about international exchange and professor Sobelman about the EE3940.

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Adam Pagel lecturing about exchange agreements and study abroad programs in science and engineering

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Professor Sobelman giving an overview of what we've done

The LiP6 technical lecturers were Alain Greiner, Hanna Yousef, Dr. François Pecheux, and his PhD student.

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Alain Greiner lecture

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Dr. François Pecheux lecture

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Playing Doom on SoCLib

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PhD student giving lecture about PCR

Each of us was presented a wristwatch as a gift for being guests at the university. We had lunch in the student cafeteria.

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