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fixing date 2023-12-07 13:00:00 US/Pacific

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4 meetings

IEEE PSES and EMC Society November Chapter Presentation and Meeting
November 30th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Washington County Chamber of Commerce


Overhaul of ANSI C63.9 Standard for Laboratory Immunity Test of Multimedia Equipment Exposed to RF Sources

Officer Elections

Round table - role of AI in engineering education - initial experiences and plans
December 6th
12:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Fourth Avenue Building (FAB)

AI (artificial intelligence) tools such as ChatGPT started to be widely used only a year ago and are already causing a major rethinking of how we do various aspects of higher education. They have caused alarm with respect to their potential to enable "cheating" but many faculty and institutions believe they can also provide many benefits to our students. So, where are we in this regard? AI as friend or foe? This round table is meant to start a conversation on this topic and could be expanded into more focused talks later on. 

All are invited to participate in this discussion but please let the organizer (Branimir Pejcinovic, know that you will participate. 

Office of Academic Innovation (OAI @ PSU) will provide a brief background on what is going on at PSU. The rest of the agenda is open at this time, but I would suggest that all participants prepare a couple of slides addressing, for example: 

-  your personal "key takeaways" on AI uses/impact - pros/cons -  if you have used AI tools in your courses, give the context and initial experiences; for example, using AI to detect essays written by AI, or asking students to summarize a (research?) topic using AI tool(s), etc. - favorite use-case example, illustrated with a prompt and AI reply The meeting will be in hybrid mode, i.e. both in person at PSU and online via Zoom. Therefore, it will be possible to share your slides via Zoom.  In the end, it would be nice if we can:  a) have a list of tools that have already been used and how well they workedb) identify what we as engineering educators think the potential future uses could be c) identify some ethical issues that have either come up or are likely to come up Hope to see you in person or online!p.s. if you want to find out more before the meeting, here is OAI's website: 


IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter December Meeting and Seminar (Hybrid)
December 7th
1:00 PM (1 hour)
Jones Farm 4

IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter December Meeting and Seminar

Join us for a talk from SSCS Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Fatih Hamzaoglu from Intel, on Thursday, December 7th. The seminar will be held from 1:00pm to 2:00pm (PST) via a Hybrid format. Please register for the meeting link and information.



Journey through the Memory Tunnel: SRAM, (e)DRAM, MRAM and RRAM Array Designs and Applications



Besides the classic PC and Server applications, the ever growing new AI and HPC applications are driving even more data processing, hence leads memory growth. SRAM and DRAM has been and will continue to be the main supplier of data processing memory. But there’re opportunities to invent new memories to close the performance-density gap in the memory hierarchies. This talk will go through the memory hierarchy and touch upon different memory types and their applications. It’ll also analyze emerging memories such as MRAM, RRAM and FeRAM and how it’d replace eFlash for embedded non-volatile memories.


Speaker Biography:

Fatih Hamzaoglu (SM’11) received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, in 2002, in Electrical Engineering. After finishing the Ph.D., he joined Technology Development group at Intel Corporation, and since then, he has been working on memory technology developments such as SRAM, eDRAM, MRAM and RRAM. Currently, he’s an Intel Fellow and Director of New In-Package Memory Technologies, IP Design and Product Integration.

He is the author or coauthor of more than 40 papers and inventor/co-inventor of more than 30 patents. Dr. Hamzaoglu served in both VLSI Symposium Circuits Committee and ISSCC Memory Subcommittee between 2013 and 2019.

IEEE SusTech Talk: Basic Sustainability Assessment Tool (BSAT)
December 14th
6:00 PM (1 hour)

SusTech is hosting talks on Sustainability topics leading up to the 2024 conference in April.

“Basic Sustainability Assessment Tool (BSAT)”

with Maike Luiken, Chair IEEE Planet Positive 2030 and IEEE P7800 Standards Working Group

Date: Thursday 14-December-23
Time: 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM (PDT) (online)


4 meetings. Generated Friday, December 1 2023, at 12:07:07 PM. All times America/Los_Angeles