The University of Washington’s College of Engineering houses ten engineering disciplines, from aeronautics to mechanical. UWTV partners with the college to capture, air and archive select engineering lecture series.
Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
The UW’s Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia features talks from leading computer scientists and computer engineers from the University of Washington and around the world.
- 2016 Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
- 2015 Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
- 2014 Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
- 2013 Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
- 2012 Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
- 2011 Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
- 2010 Computer Science & Engineering Colloquia
UW College of Engineering Lectures
Each year the UW Engineering department hosts an engineering lecture series around a central theme from across its disciplines.
- 2016 City Smarts: Engineering Resilient Communities Engineering Lecture Series
- 2015 Robots to Web Trackers: Privacy in the Age of Smart Technology Engineering Lecture Series
- 2014 Engineering the Heart Lecture Series
- 2013 Engineering Infrastructure Lecture Series
- 2012 Engineering Molecules: Tiny Solutions for Big Problems Lecture Series
- 2011 Re-Engineering Aerospace Lecture Series
- 2010 Engineering in the Headlines Lecture Series
- 2009 Engineering Xtreme Challenges Lecture Series
- 2008 Engineering Inspired by Nature Lecture Series
- 2007 Engineering the Best: Boomers, a Bridge and the 787 Lecture Series
Daniel L. and Irma Evans Lectures
The Evans Lectureship provides opportunities for practitioners and students of civil and environmental engineering to “deepen their understanding of engineering” and further expose themselves to current concepts and methods that are being used in the field.
Wenk Lectures in Technology and Public Policy
The Wenk Lectures provides a forum for discussion on the interaction between engineering and public policy.
Burges Endowed Lectureship in Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Burges lectures invites leading civil and environmental engineers to speak about the field beyond technical considerations.
Microsoft Research hosts influential speakers in the fields of science, technology, literature and academia in this series of lectures.