ECE 101: ECE in the Real World

Dr. Youngmoo Kim
Dr. Youngmoo Kim

This online seminar series highlights impactful and compelling real-world applications of Electrical & Computer Engineering, presented by premier guest speakers. Our topics focus on how engineering & computing technology impacts our daily lives. These presentations are open to all.

Lectures are delivered by prominent academics, researchers, entrepreneurs, Drexel alumni, and students sharing their stories about the diverse fields that make up electrical & computer engineering.

Fall 2020

November 4, 2020
Dagmawi Mulugeta
Dagmawi Mulugeta
October 28, 2020
Dr. Donald Williamson
Dr. Donald Williamson
“Speech, Sound, and Machine Listening”
October 21, 2020
Amplify Philly
Amplify Philly
“Creative Chat: Music, Media & Games, Oh My!”
October 14, 2020
Dr. David Han
Dr. David Han
“Where the Rubber Meets the Road”
October 7, 2020
Dr. Brandon Morton
Dr. Brandon Morton
“Engineering Degrees are Built for Start Ups”
September 30, 2020
Ophelia Wells
Ophelia Wells
“Engineering Vaccines at Pandemic Speed”
September 23, 2020
Dr. Youngmoo Kim
Dr. Youngmoo Kim
“ECE in the Real World”

2020 Schedule of Speakers

  • September 30: Ophelia Wells
    Device Development Engineer,
    Merck Research Laboratories
    Lecture Topic: Engineering Vaccines
  • October 7: Brandon Morton, Ph.D.
    VP of AI Technologies, Lithero
    Lecture Topic: AI and Start-Ups
  • October 14: David Han, Ph.D.
    Bruce Eisenstein Endowed Chair,
    Drexel University, ECE
    Lecture Topic: Robotics and Machine Learning
  • October 21: Amplify Philly
    Creative Chat: Music, Media & Games, Oh My!
  • October 28: Donald Williamson, Ph.D.
    Asst. Professor of Computer Science,
    Indiana University
    Lecture Topic: Speech, Sound, and Machine Listening
  • November 4: Dagmawi Mulugeta
    Security Engineer,
    4A Security & Compliance
    Lecture Topic: Cybersecurity
  • November 11: Chelsey Roebuck, Ph.D.
    Executive Director & Co-Founder, ELiTE; Co-Founder & Advisor, Vectorly
    Lecture Topic: Engineering STEM Equity in K-12
  • November 18: David Delaine, Ph.D.
    Asst. Professor of Engineering Education,The Ohio State University
    Lecture Topic: Inclusive Engineering Education
  • December 2: Chris Dancy, Ph.D.
    Asst. Professor of Computer Science,
    Bucknell University
    Lecture Topic: Human-Computer Interaction

View presentations from Winter 2020.