ECE Lecture: Frequency Response of Ideal and Practical RC Filters

Nov 1

Thursday, November 1, 2012

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Hudson Hall 208


Seth H. Weinberg, Ph.D., Biomathematics Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Applied Science, The College of William and Mary

Seth Weinberg received the BSE degree from Duke University in May 2006 and the PhD degree from Johns Hopkins University in February 2012 in biomedical engineering. He is currently the Biomathematics Initiative postdoctoral research fellow in the Applied Science Department at the College of William and Mary. While at Duke University, he was a Center for Emerging Cardiac Technologies fellow, working on ultrasound imaging instrumentation design. As a doctoral student, he studied cardiac electrophysiology, in particular defibrillation and mechanisms of arrhythmia initiation, using optical imaging and computational modeling approaches. Currently he is studying stochastic models of calcium release channels in cardiac myocytes and mechanisms of spontaneous calcium release.


Currin, Ellen