DLP chair
Pui-In (Elvis) Mak
pimak@umac.mo

Distinguished Lecturer Program (DLP) Current Lecturers

Below are the contact information and terms of the current IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) DLP speakers.

The abstract(s) of the Distinguished Lectures and speaker biographies are available for the 2018-2019 term.

If you are interested in inviting a DLP speaker to your region, please get in touch with your local IEEE-CASS chapter chair. Your chapter chair will submit the CASS DLP Request Form to formalize the request to sponsor a DLP lecture. Please remember to check the Education page for the latest updates.

PhotoSpeakerTermTitle of Lecture(s)
David J. Allstot  allstotd@oregonstate.edu2018-2019

Lecture #1: Switched-Capacitor Circuits: From Maxwell to the Internet of Things 

Alyssa Apsel  aba25@cornell.edu2018-2019

Tutorial #1: Making Sense of Low Power and Ultra Low Power Radio                          Lecture #1: Flexible Radios and Flexible Networks

Chip Hong Chang   
echchang@ntu.edu.sg
2018-2019

Lecture #1: Hardware Intrinsic Security: Challenges, Solutions and Opportunities
Lecture #2: Physical Unclonable Functions – Past, Present and Future

Yo-Sung Ho
hoyo@gist.ac.kr

2018-2019

Lecture #1: 3D Video Processing for Immersive AR/VR Contents Generation

Hai “Helen” Li    Hai.li@duke.edu

2018-2019

Lecture #1: Brain Inspired Computing: The Extraordinary Voyages in Known and Unknown Worlds
Lecture #2: Deep Learning and Neuromorphic Computing - Technology, Hardware and Implementation

Chia-Wen Lin  cwlin@ee.nthu.edu.tw2018-2019

Lecture #1: Bridging CNNs and Unsupervised Image Clustering: A Hybrid Data-Driven and Model-Based Approach (1 hour)
Lecture #2: Stereo Video Retargeting: Bringing the Theater Experience into Our Home (1 hour)
Tutorial #1: Visual Content Retargeting: Algorithms, Applications, and Quality Assessment (3 hours)

Shanthi Pavan
shanthi@ee.iitm.ac.in

2018-2019

Lecture #1: Dissecting Design Choices in Continuous-time Delta-Sigma Converters
Tutorial #1: Linear Periodically Time Varying Circuits and Systems Demystified

Gabriel A. Rincón-Mora
rincon-mora@gatech.edu

2018-2019

Lecture #1: Energizing and Powering Microsystems
Lecture #2: Tiny Energy-Harvesting Piezoelectric Chargers
Lecture #3: Light-Harvesting Photovoltaic Charger–Supplies
Lecture #4: Tiny Inductively Powered Battery Chargers

Leonel Sousa
las@inesc-id.pt

2018-2019

Lecture #1: Modular Arithmetic based Circuits and Systems for Emerging Technologies and Applications: Deep Neural Networks and Cryptography
Tutorial #1: Modeling Performance and Energy-Efficiency of Multi-Cores: The Cache-Aware Roofline Approach and The Intel Advisor


Michael Tse
michael.tse@polyu.edu.hk

2018-2019

Lecture #1: Modeling Cascading Failure in Power Systems from a Network Perspective
Lecture #2: How did Facebook grow? Did Twitter, LinkedIn, WeChat and others grow in the same way? — A Network-Based Universal Growth Law

Past DLP Lectures