
ECE 595ML Lecture 14.1: Logistic Regression  From Linear to Logistic
17 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan

ECE 595ML Lecture 13.1: Connecting Bayesian with Linear Regression  Linear Regression Review
17 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan

ECE 595ML Lecture 4.2: Introduction to Optimization  Convexity
17 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan
Outline:Convexity What is convexity? Convex optimization

ECE 595ML Lecture 4.3: Introduction to Optimization  Constrained Optimization
17 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan
Outline:Constrained Optimization Lagrangian Examples

ECE 595ML Lecture 3.2: Linear Regression with Kernels  Examples
14 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan
Outline:Examples Radial Basis Function (RBF) Regression using RBF Kernel Methods in Classification

ECE 595ML Lecture 12: Bayesian Parameter Estimation  Basic Principles
14 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan

Mechanics Training App for PhysiCell
14 Feb 2020  Tools  Contributor(s): Aneequa Sundus, Furkan Kurtoglu, Mishler, Daniel S, Randy Heiland, Paul Macklin
Training application for "Mechanics" concept in PhysiCell.

Introduction to Back Propagation
13 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Mauricio Segovia

Thermoelectric Energy Conversion: Science and Engineering Challenges and Opportunities
13 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Arunava Majumdar
This talk will provide a viewpoint of these new scientific opportunities and challenges in the context of practical performance and cost metrics. It will also offer new approaches to manipulate entropy change in liquid media for the purpose of energy conversion.

Understanding Waveguides: Light at the Nanoscale
13 Feb 2020  Teaching Materials  Contributor(s): Marilyn Garza, NNCI Nano
There are three lessons for this activity that help students understand how light can travel through a waveguide for communication purposes. Students will first explore the angle of refraction. Next they will create a gelatin waveguide to explore issues associated with light and waveguides....

Water Filtration and Purity of Water  Getting Down to the Nanoscale
13 Feb 2020  Teaching Materials  Contributor(s): David Mann, NNCI Nano
This is a three part lesson which begins with familiarizing students with SI prefixes and the nanoscale. In Lesson 2 students test a local water supply. It is designed to be used as an extension to classroom activities related to treating foul water for consumption. This activity should...

Ultraflexible Organic Electronics
13 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Tomoyuki Yokota
I will present the application of our ultraflexible organic electronics.

3 min. Research Talk: Identifying the Dimensionality of Crystal Structures
12 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Franco Vera
Today, researchers worldwide have identified over 100,000 distinct bulk materials. The underlying dimensionality of these materials is not always clear however, and as such researchers have sought to identify stable, lower dimensional materials derived from the bulk parent structures. A team of...

ECE 595ML Lecture 11: MaximumLikelihood Estimation  Basic Principles
11 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan

NNCI Reference Sheets
11 Feb 2020  Teaching Materials  Contributor(s): Joyce Allen, Nancy Healy, NNCI Nano
This is a series of 5 reference sheets for high school students that have a summarized version of important concepts for courses in: Physics, Physical Science, Chemistry, Biology, and Genetics. These are two sided, with one side introducing nanotechnology and the other containing facts,...

What's the Smallest Thing You Know? A Size and Scale Activity
10 Feb 2020  Teaching Materials  Contributor(s): Joyce Allen, NNCI Nano
This lesson is designed to have elementary level students develop an understanding of size and scale. It uses the book What’s Smaller Than A Pygmy Shrew? by Robert E. Wells to help students see that a pygmy shrew is among the tiniest of mammals and that a ladybug is even...

Understanding Wave Motion and Power Loss
10 Feb 2020  Teaching Materials  Contributor(s): Richard Moore, Angela Berenstein, NNCI Nano
This lab is designed to help students understand how light waves interact with matter. This activity is analogous to light traveling through optical media having different indices of refraction (densities). This is a two part lesson. In part 1 students use slinky and snaky toys to explore wave...

NNCI Outreach Demonstration Guide
10 Feb 2020  Teaching Materials  Contributor(s): Nancy Healy, NNCI Nano
This compendium of demonstrations includes 17 activities that can be used to demonstrate topics to students and the general public. They are useful for science festivals, family science nights, and science cafes. ...

PhysiCell model with SBML intracellular model
10 Feb 2020  Tools  Contributor(s): Randy Heiland
Each cell will have its own intracellular (metabolic) model that will affect the microenvironment.

ECE 595ML Lecture 10: Minimum Probability of Error Rule
10 Feb 2020  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Stanley H. Chan