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Title:
January 2020 SBC General & Election MEETING
Date:
January 21st
2:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Dearborn Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:
Complying with our constitution (please see attached for reference), the 2020 Election Meeting will take place in the following time and location:- Time: Tuesday, January 21st, 2pm-3pm- Location: WESRF lab, in the basement of Dearborn Hall Agenda of the General & Election Meeting:- Nomination and Election of new Officers- Report about last year's work and Chapter affairs- Discussing future events and plans A few details about the Election:We are electing all of our Officers, i.e. the Chair, the Vice-Chair(s) and the Treasurer for the next year. Officer positions are self-nominating. Nominees must present their platform in 5 minutes, including their experiences and future plans within the position.To be electable, an Officer shall stay as an enrolled student at OSU throughout the entire year. An Officer shall be a Formal Member, furthermore a Chair shall be a graduate student with good academic standing. Candidate shall make an oral statement to confirm the fulfillment of these criteria.
Title:
BPA's New Analytics Based Asset Management Program
Date:
January 21st
12:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Lloyd Center Tower
Portland
Abstract:

BPA is underway in building out an industry leading asset management program to inform decision making across all levels of the organization. How using advanced analytics BPA is able to make data informed risk decisions. How to quantify an asset's criticality, health and risk. How that information is used to understand when to replace, when to maintain, how much to maintain, how to prioritize replacements/maintenance and most importantly how much risk mitigation per dollar gives best value to the region.

Title:
NMNWSE Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conferences Workshop "How Computers Work"
Date:
January 18th
8:00 PM (3 days)
Location:
UNM Centennial Building
Albuquerque, NM
Abstract:

Class Description: Hands on exploration of computer technology from Binary Basics to Circuit Creation to a Raspberry Pi (inexpensive credit card sized computer) and applications. Materials that will be used include littleBits snap together circuits, Arduino programming, Raspberry Pi programming (all provided by workshop leader), driving Star Wars Droids (BB-8, R2-D2).

Two Sessions 9:00 AM - 10:20 AM and 10:30 - 11:50 AM with same content

Title:
IEEE Summit on Communications Futures Vision Meets Reality
Date:
January 18th
10:30 AM (9 hours)
Location:
Hilton Hawaiian Village
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:
IEEE Summit on Communications Futures
Vision Meets Reality
18 January 2020 // Honololu, Hawaii, USA
 Have you ever wondered what the future of communications looks like? Could you, your company or university benefit from better understanding the intersection of the most talked-about technologies, including optical networking, satellite communications, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and drones/UAVs, as well as standards for ethics in deploying autonomous and intelligent systems? If so, register now for the IEEE Summit on Communications Futures, taking place on 18 January 2020, just before PTC'20 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort. Don't miss this opportunity to join industry leaders and innovators from industry, government, and academia for this one-day, premier event as we explore the hottest technologies and visions of the future of communications. So register now: the future might be here sooner than you think!For more information, visit https://comfutures2020.ieee-comfutures.org/
Title:
NMNWSE Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conferences Workshop "How Computers Work"
Date:
January 18th
8:00 AM (2.8 hours)
Location:
UNM Centennial Building
Albuquerque, NM
Abstract:

Class Description: Hands on exploration of computer technology from Binary Basics to Circuit Creation to a Raspberry Pi (inexpensive credit card sized computer) and applications. Materials that will be used include littleBits snap together circuits, Arduino programming, Raspberry Pi programming (all provided by workshop leader), driving Star Wars Droids (BB-8, R2-D2).

Two Sessions 9:00 AM - 10:20 AM and 10:30 - 11:50 AM with same content

Title:
IEEE YP SEATTLE 2020 SNOW DAY
Date:
January 18th
7:00 AM (12 hours)
Location:
1001 WA-906
Snoqualmie, WA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

A day of skiing and snowboarding at Snoqualmie pass with fellow IEEE Young Professionals, their friends, and family.  For the cost of the event, attendees will receive full-day lift tickets at Snoqualmie Pass Ski Resort as well as transportation to and from the mountain.  Provided transportation will begin and end at a yet-to-be-determined centralized meeting location along the I-90 corridor. 

REGISTRATION: 

IEEE MEMBER (TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED):

NON-IEEE MEMBER: 0

MEMBER and NONMEMBER TRANSPORTATION ONLY: 

FULL COST OF THE EVENT

The registration fee for this event non-refundable and will only include lift ticket and transportation cost/arrangements. There are other costs associated for this event which must be paid for by the individual directly including: rentals, food, snacks, etc.

NOTE1: The transportation arrangement will be finalized ahead of Jan18th with details sent to all registrants.  

NOTE2:We are looking for drivers who would be willing to participate in a Caravan up to Snoqualmie Pass.  If you have a snow-capable car/SUV that can carry 3-6 people and gear and you feel comfortable driving in the snow, please contact Rich or Tony. 

SPONSORS: IEEE YP, PES, WIE.

Title:
Technology and Engineering Management Distinguished Speaker
Date:
January 17th
3:15 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
EB (Engineering Building)
Portland
Abstract:

An Ecosystem of Engaged Engineering

Title:
IEEE Distinguished Lecture Series
Date:
January 17th
1:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
VEC 424
Long Beach, CA
Abstract:

CSULB Systems Council Chapter presents
IEEE Distinguished Lecture Series on
Federated Learning for Medial and Mobile Platforms: Motivation, Challenges, and Potential Solutions

Title:
R6 RS20 test
Date:
January 17th
11:37 AM (1 day)
Location:
2430 e gregson ave
salt lake city, UT
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

registration test

Title:
X15 Rocket Plane, Flying the first wings into space
Date:
January 16th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
HUB101
Westlake Village, CA
Abstract:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-x-15-rocket-plane-flying-the-first-wings-into-space-tickets-87087720717

With the Soviet Union’s launch of the first Sputnik satellite in 1957, the Cold War soared to new heights as Americans feared losing the race into space. This presentation tells the enthralling yet little-known story of the hypersonic X-15, the winged rocket ship that met this challenge and opened the way into human- controlled spaceflight. 

This remarkable research aircraft held the world’s altitude record for 41 years, and still has no equal to match or better its speed of more than 4,500 mph. Beyond the X-15 are the stories of the 12 men who guided it into space, and all the people who kept the rocket plane flying for nearly a decade. This is the story that has never been told of the vehicle that was the true precursor to the Space Shuttle by being the first piloted and winged vehicle to exit Earth’s atmosphere, and make a controlled reentry to a landing on hard-packed dry desert lakebeds.

 

In her research, Ms. Evans interviewed nearly 70 people, including 9 of the 12 pilots, including Neil Armstrong, Scott Crossfield, and Robert White, with family representatives for the remaining pilots. Others she spoke with include managers, flight planners, and the technicians and engineers who made the X-15 ready to fly its next research mission at high altitude and high Mach.

 Michelle Evans is the founder and president of Mach 25 Media (www.Mach25Media.com) and is a writer, photographer, and communications specialist in aerospace. She has written the bestselling book “The X-15 Rocket Plane, Flying the First Wings into Space” which was published by the University of Nebraska Press as part of their “Outward Odyssey, People's History of Spaceflight” series.

 Michelle's background in aerospace engineering includes serving in the US Air Force working on missile systems, and later in private industry accomplishing environmental testing for systems used in airliners and spacecraft. Her current work with Mach 25 Media provides education and display services for astronaut appearances and other space-related events at government facilities, science centers, schools, and other venues across the country and overseas.

 Michelle is a Distinguished Lecturer with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and her book on the X-15 was a finalist for the Eugene M. Emme Award for Astronautical Literature. Michelle received the Diverse Community Leader Award from Orange County Human Relations, and was recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Orange County. She has appeared in numerous publications, including Air & Space Smithsonian, Ad Astra, Orange County Register, Los Angeles Times, and New York Times. Michelle was also a technical consultant on the Neil Armstrong biopic “First Man.”

Title:
Scalable Deep Neural Network Accelerator Design and Methodology
Date:
January 16th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Building "E"
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:
Description

Sponsored by:

IEEE Silicon Valley Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS)

IEEE Silicon Valley Circuits and Systems Society (CASS)

“Scalable Deep Neural Network Accelerator Design and Methodology”

Prof. Y. Sophia Shao

University of California, Berkeley


Abstract

Machine learning systems are being widely deployed across billions of edge devices and datacenter across the world. At the same time, in the absence of Moore’s Law and Dennard scaling, we rely on building vertically integrated systems with domain-specific accelerators to improve the system performance and efficiency. In this talk, I will describe our recent work on building scalable and efficient hardware that delivers real-time and robust performance across diverse deployment scenarios through joint hardware-software optimizations. I will conclude my talk by describing ongoing efforts toward building next-generation computing platforms for real-time machine learning.

Bio

Prof. Y. Sophia Shao is an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley. Previously, she was a Senior Research Scientist at NVIDIA. She received her Ph.D. degree in 2016 and S.M. degree in 2014 from Harvard University and a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Zhejiang University, China. Her research interests are in the area of computer architecture, with a special focus on domain-specific architecture, deep-learning accelerators, and high-productivity hardware design methodology. Her work has been selected as one of the TopPicks in Computer Architecture, a MICRO Best Paper award, and her Ph.D. dissertation was nominated by Harvard for ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award. She is a Siebel Scholar, an invited participant at the Rising Stars in EECS Workshop, and a recipient of the IBM Ph.D. Fellowship.

The seminar is FREE and donation is accepted for refreshments (FREE SSCS/CAS members/[vtools-xml.php] url[asc/6] IEEE members/ non-members)
Eventbrite registration is required for everyone to attend the talk.

Venue:

Texas Instruments Silicon Valley Auditorium 2900 Semiconductor Dr., Building E, Santa Clara, CA 95051 Directions and Map (to locate Building E).

Time: January 16 (Thursday) evening 6:00PM-8:00PM
Networking and Refreshments: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Technical Talk: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Title:
Dry Type Transformers: Applications and Uses
Date:
January 16th
5:30 PM (3.5 hours)
Location:
Zio Fraedo's
Pleasant Hill, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Please plan to attend this meeting of the Industry Applications Society. The speaker will be Kevin Eaton, Sales and Marketing Manager, SGB-USA.

 This presentation will provide the basis of the selection of when to use what type of transformer (liquid vs dry) and a selection guide for the different types of dry type transformers themselves (VPI, VPE, Cast, Resibloc, and other dry type technologies).  The presentation will also cover some of the new emerging technologies and types of dry transformers being offered in the market space. 

Title:
Connecting Eastern and Western Grids; Macrogrid Design – a Strategic US Infrastructure Investment
Date:
January 16th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

Recalling rationale motivating the US Interstate Highway System of the 1950’s, this presentation
describes a recently completed multi-organization effort to quantify benefits of bridging the US
Eastern and Western Interconnections with a macrogrid, under a high-renewables future. Given
the existing “seam” between the two interconnections, a co-optimized infrastructure planning
model was developed to assess tradeoffs between investments in cross-seam HVDC transmission,
AC & DC transmission needs within each interconnection, generation investment costs, and
operational costs, while satisfying different policy compliance constraints. This work was
performed using industry-vetted expansion planning and production cost models of the North
American power grid. Results from the analysis indicate that under high wind/solar growth
scenarios, the cost of cross-seam transmission is outweighed by the generation-related savings it
produces. The presence of other macrogrid benefits, including grid reliability, resilience, and
adaptability, suggest that cross-seam transmission is a highly attractive infrastructure development
strongly in the national interest. We conclude the talk identifying ways to move forward on
developing high capacity cross-seam HVDC transmission.

Title:
NWESS 2020 Planning Committee Meeting
Date:
January 16th
1:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

NWESS Planning Committee meeting

Title:
IEEE OC Comp Soc & OCACM Meeting "Parallel Agile and ICSM"
Date:
January 15th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Knobbe Martens
Irvine, CA
Abstract:
Event Details

The spiral model (full name Incremental Commitment Spiral Model or ICSM) has its roots in large, million+ lines of code development efforts. It emphasizes iterative, feedback-driven, risk minimized development through short cycles.

Parallel Agile (PA) applies a simplified version of the spiral model one use case at a time so that teams can more easily deliver software in parallel. Its goal is to reduce the cost of communication between teams so that projects can scale-out efficiently. PA simplifies the ICSM cycles as Proof of Concept, Minimum Viable Product, and Optimization and suggests timing of a month per phase. With a large team of developers working in parallel, you can achieve significant schedule compression and deliver a large-scale project in 3 months.

This talk by Professor Barry Boehm of USC and Parallel Agile CTO Doug Rosenberg explains the ICSM principles and how they are applied within Parallel Agile to shorten schedules, improve quality, and lower cost.

Speakers' Bio Dr. Barry Boehm is a USC Distinguished Professor and the TRW Professor in the USC Computer Sciences, Industrial and Systems Engineering, and Astronautics Departments. He is also the Research Council Director of the DoD-Stevens-USC Systems Engineering Research Center and the founding Director of the USC Center for Systems and Software Engineering. He was director of DARPA-ISTO 1989-92, at TRW 1973-89, at Rand Corporation 1959-73, and at General Dynamics 1955-59. His contributions include the COCOMO family of cost models, the Spiral family of process models, and the Theory W (win-win) approach for creating and evolving successful systems. He is a Fellow of the primary professional societies in computing (ACM), aerospace (AIAA), electronics (IEEE), systems engineering (INCOSE), and Lean methods (LSS), and a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering.

Doug Rosenberg (Doug@ParallelAgile.com) is the founder and CTO of Parallel Agile, Inc., www.ParallelAgile.com Doug has more than 30 years of experience in software engineering, including being CEO of ICONIX Software Engineering between 1986 and 2016. Since 2010 he has been consulting and/or volunteering with the USC's Center for Systems and Software Engineering. Doug is the author of three books on UML, three on Agile Development, one on Design Driven Testing, and two related to software processes. His latest book is Parallel Agile – Faster Delivery, Fewer Defects, Lower Cost. Venue & Parking

This meeting will be at the Knobbe Martens' Irvine offices. Parking validation will be provided to attendees:  parking tickets should be validated at building reception desk upon arrival.
Title:
Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM
Date:
January 15th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Building C training center
San diego, CA
Abstract:

 

SDIEEE EXCOM Meeting

Executive Committee meeting to discuss upcoming San Diego IEEE activities.  All IEEE members welcome to attend. 

 

Agenda:

 

6:00  light snacks and networking

6:30  Meeting begins

         Review minutes

         Student reports

         Upcoming programs

         New Business

8:30   Adjourn

 

 To add to the agenda, please email kathyh@ieee.org.   All invited, please RSVP. 

Title:
IEEE Central Coast Event – 15 January 2020
Date:
January 15th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Rusty's Pizza
Goleta, CA
Abstract:

Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Payam Heydari Ph.D. – UC Irvine Presents:

Shattering Fundamental Design Barriers of End-to-End Ultrahigh Data-Rate Transceivers: Direct Modulation in RF Domain

Title:
Is your acquisition tech frozen in time?
Date:
January 15th
12:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Coast International Inn
Anchorage, AK
Abstract:

There will be a short business meeting at the beginning.  Upcoming events such as IEEE 1547 Workshop Second Session,  National Electrical Code update 2020 and some other possibilities will be presented. 

We will introduce the IEEE Alaska Section Officers for 2020 as they assume their role of their offices.

 

Then Brian Shumake will present on Beaded Stream's capabilities

This will be a joint Section and PES Chapter meeting.

 

Charge for the meal is:
 for IEEE members
                       …and Student members Free,
                                                               … non members

Title:
Information meeting for senior member and fellow niminees
Date:
January 15th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Los Alamos, NM
Abstract:

Information on senior member nomination process, and on fellow nomination process

Title:
Introduction to RF Safety Testing (w/ 5G NR Update)
Date:
January 14th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Advanced Test Equipment Corp.
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

"Introduction to RF Safety Testing" will cover radio frequency (RF) health and safety concerns, as well as appropriate testing procedure.

  • Basics of Non-Ionized Radiation
  • Overview of Testing Standards
  • Typical Safety Programs & Hazard Signs
  • Different types of equipment & methods used for making measurements
  • Tour of Electromagnetic Field Calibration Lab
Title:
IEEE Seattle Section Excom meeting
Date:
January 14th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Redmond, WA
Abstract:

IEEE Seattle Section Excom meeting

Title:
Section ExCom - Jan
Date:
January 14th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Oregon Institute of Technology
Wilsonville
Abstract:
WebEx Meeting number: 599 106 288WebEx Meeting password: OregonWebEx Audio connection: +1 210-606-9466 US Toll                                     +1 866-282-7366 US Toll-Free WebEx Meeting Link: https://ieeemeetings.webex.com/join/mmga-oregon-section-chair    
Title:
IEEE EMC Chapter Meeting - January 2020
Date:
January 14th
4:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Compliance Testing LLC
Mesa, AZ
Abstract:

Presentation 1 – EMC Simulation for Cables in Aerospace and Automotive Applications, Tim McDonald

Technical development has turned automotive systems into complex electrical and RF devices. Fully electric powertrains and the development of vehicle autonomy increases the need for active electrical components, complex interconnected systems, and the use of RF systems. Power quality from both on-board (powertrain) and off-board (utility grid) requires deliberate EMC analysis. Aerospace systems interactions with cables has long been an important issue. Recent emphasis on electric propulsion and more electric aircraft increase the potential for cable-to-cable coupling of EMI. This presentation will discuss the state-of-the-art in modeling complex cable interactions. The developments in the preparations of simulations allows for greatly reduced time to prepare models and have results ready.

Presentation 2 – Utilization of simulation and modeling for risk and cost reduction across programs for lightning, Justin McKennon

In the aerospace and wind turbine fields, implementing a suitable lightning protection design is paramount. Lightning, and other electromagnetic effects (precipitation static, radiated fields, etc.), can seriously degrade performance, damage, or even destroy objects without an acceptable protection design. In the past, to determine the threat that lightning poses, several iterations of engineering testing were required to obtain data, which drives the protection features an object must have to survive. This is a high-risk path and can result in tremendous program costs and setbacks. Successfully employing simulation and modeling allows for the effects of lightning (and other electromagnetic effects) to be understood without excessive testing and the cost and risk associated with waiting until late in programs. This talk is centered on the effective use of simulation, and the benefits of using it early and often in programs.

Title:
Exec meeting
Date:
January 14th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Los Alamos, NM
Abstract:

Monthly exec meeting

Title:
IMS TPC Steering Committee Meeting
Date:
January 14th
7:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Virtual Meeting Only
Santa Clarita, CA
Abstract:

IMS2020 TPC Steering Committee Meeting - every 2 weeks (8/27/2019 to 2/25/2020)

WebEx and Call-in Virtual Meeting

46+ People attending.

Committee Chairs: James Buckwalter and Gabriel Rebeiz

 

Title:
IEEE HAWAII EXCOM MEETING from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM AT ZIPPY’s MAKIKI
Date:
January 13th
8:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
1222 S King St
HONOLULU, HI
Abstract:

Hawaii Chapter ExCom meeting at Zippy's Makiki for the January 2020 activities and events planning for IEEE.

Title:
Consultants Network - General Meeting 2020 Planning
Date:
January 13th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Emilano's Mexican Restaurant
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

Monday, January 13, 2020

IEEE Consultants’ Network of San Diego

General Meeting and 2020 Planning

 

The Consultants’ Network of San Diego is welcoming a new leadership team in 2020.  On Monday January 13th we will be having a dinner discussion that will allow members to meet some of the team and to share their ideas for the network for the coming year.

We will meet at the normal venue, Emiliano’s Mexican Restaurant - 6690 Mission Gorge Road at 6:00 pm.  

We request an RSVP by 10:00 am on January 13th, so that we can decide if we need the standard meeting room or can use a table in the restaurant.  We look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting.

We are planning a standard meeting on February 10th at Emiliano’s.

 

 

 

 

 

Title:
IEEE SPS Distinguished Lecture (Prof. Anna Scaglione)
Date:
January 13th
11:00 AM (0 minute)
Location:
Rogers Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Sectoin will host an IEEE Signal Processing Society Distinguished Lecture by Prof. Anna Scaglione (Arizona State University). 

Date/Time: 11am on Monday, January 13.

Location: Room 230, Rogers Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331 (If you would like join remotely, please check the Zoom meeting information below

Title: Modeling and learning social influence from opinion dynamics under attack

Abstract: Opinion dynamics models aim at capturing the phenomenon of social learning through public discourse. While a functioning society should converge towards common answers, the reality often is characterized by divisions and polarization. This talk reviews the key models that capture social learning and its vulnerabilities. In particular, wereview models that explain the effect of bounded confidence and social pressure from zealots (i.e. fake new sources) and show how very simple models can explain the trends observed when social learning is subject to these phenomena. We  their influence exposes  trust different agents place on each other and introduce new learning algorithms that can estimate how agents influence each other. 

Speaker Bio: Anna Scaglione (M.Sc.'95, Ph.D. '99) is currently a professor in electrical and computer engineering at Arizona State University. She was Professor of Electrical Engineering previously at the at UC Davis (2010-2014), and Associate and Assistant Professor at Cornell University (2001‐2008) and at the University of New Mexico (2000‐2001). Her expertise is in the broad area of statistical signal processing for communication, electric power systems and networks. Her current research focuses on studying and enabling decentralized learning and signal processing in networks of sensors. Dr. Scaglione was elected an IEEE fellow in 2011. She served as Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and on Signal Processing, as EiCof the IEEE Signal Processing letters. She was member of the Signal Processing Society Board of Governors from 2011 to 2014. She received the 2000 IEEE Signal Processing Transactions Best Paper Award and more recently was honored for the 2013, IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award for the best review paper in that year in the IEEE publications, her work with her student earned  2013 IEEE Signal Processing Society Young Author Best Paper Award (Lin Li).

Zoom meeting information: You are welcome to listen to the talk remotely using the following Zoom meeting information.

Time: Jan 13, 2020 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Title:
Duct Burner Retrofit Project
Date:
January 13th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
1221 W Idaho Street
Boise, ID
Abstract:

How is Retrofitting a Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) use to improve power plant production and reliability? Presents an approach applied to Langley Gulch Power Plant.

Title:
PELS Excom meeting 01/10/20
Date:
January 10th
11:30 AM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Mountain Vew, CA
Abstract:

Excom meeting: Plan for future events and review past events

Location: Beeb's Grill in Livermore

Those present: Ron Kane, Karl Yang, Larry Moon, Rick Vann, Ken Whitham

We discussed the roles of the several positions, how to access archived talk information, and future talk plans. The next talk should be in March or April. 

Assignments were made. 

The meeting ended 1:40 PM.

 

Title:
EXCom Planning Meeting
Date:
January 10th
11:29 AM (4 days)
Location:
Beeb's Sports Bar & Grill
Livermore, CA
Abstract:

Place holder.

Title:
IEEE OC Section ExCom Meeting - January 9, 2020
Date:
January 9th
6:29 PM (2 hours)
Location:
41 Tesla, Irvine
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

IEEE Orange County Section Executive Committee Monthly meeting - occurs every 2nd thursday of the month.

All IEEE OC Committee/Chapter/Affinity/SIG Chair/Key Volunteers (or their proxy) are requested to attend. Other IEEE members are also welcome to attend. Please RVSP here to ensure adequate food is ordered. Routine attendance is required to qualify for your chapter annual IEEE rebate.

 

Title:
IEEE at UC Davis Winter General Board Meeting
Date:
January 9th
5:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Kemper
Davis, CA
Abstract:

Come to our Winter General Board Meeting, where we will be discussing upcoming events for the quarter and answering any questions! Free pizza will be provided!

Title:
Optimal Energy Storage Design and Control Under Grid-Aware Incentive Programs
Date:
January 9th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:
A new wave of state-level energy storage incentive programs is premised on supporting storageprojects only when they benefit the grid, not when they are built. These “grid-aware” incentivesare more complicated than blunt instruments like the federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) andProduction Tax Credit (PTC) and the potential benefit is harder to quantify, since they reflectwhen and where the grid needs energy. They require deeper understanding and more up-frontanalytics and design work on the part of developers, utilities, and technology providers, andoptimization of storage sizing and control strategy must be tightly coupled. When a storageproject is located, designed and operated well under a grid-aware program, benefit to the gridis assured, but when an incentive program folds in so much of the real complexity of the gridthat widespread understanding and engagement is hampered, projects struggle to getfinancing.This talk will give an overview of the evolution of energy storage incentive programs, includingthe cautionary tale of CA’s Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP), and then focus on twospecific active state programs through project examples: NY’s Value of Distributed EnergyResources (VDER) and MA’s Clean Peak Energy Standard.State-level programs are one of the most powerful drivers of energy storage deployments nowand will continue to be into the coming decade. Striking the right balance of grid-awareelements and accessibility will be crucial to their success.
Title:
Core ExComm Work Dinner - Jan
Date:
January 8th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Taste of Sichuan
Beaverton
Abstract:

Core ExComm Check-in

- 2020 Final Budget

- 2020 Region 6 Events

- MGA requirements and get their rebates

- Intel donations roll over

Title:
IEEE EMBS Distinguished Lecturer Talk: Application of Virtual Reality Designs on Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease
Date:
January 8th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
J. Paul Leonard Library
San Francisco, CA
Abstract:

Alzheimer’s disease is multi-facet condition; thus, the key to its management is in multi-disciplinary approaches. The clinical diagnosis of neurodegenerative disorders, in general, is based on an extensive evaluation of cognition and behavioral performance along with functional status, which provides a variable grade of accuracy especially at early stages of the disease. In this talk, I will review objective diagnostic methods that can assist Alzheimer’s diagnosis. In particular, I will elaborate on the application and research outcomes of virtual reality egocentric spatial assessment for and its potentials for a differential diagnosis of Alzheimer’s versus other types of dementia and also briefly discuss (if time permitted) its application as a neuro-rehabilitation tool.

Schedule:

6:00pm-6:30pm: Registration, Food, Networking

6:30pm-7:30pm: Talk

7:30pm-8:00pm: Q&A and Networking

Title:
Tucson Section EXCOM Meeting
Date:
January 8th
4:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Panera Bread
Tucson, AZ
Abstract:

Tucson Section Officer Meeting

Title:
Tech*Talks – Engineering & Business – Sustainability & Creative Transformation
Date:
January 7th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
HUB101
Westlake Village, CA
Abstract:

Register here - https://www.eventbrite.com/edit?eid=87777217019

IEEE ushers in 2020, the new decade with cultural creative Johann Wolf.

Johann Wolf is an advertising creative director, a serial entrepreneur and commercial filmmaker, he's the founder of Radioaktivefilm, Spacemonkey, and The Department of Wow.

Let's locate the unique energy source we call inspiration. It’s the essential driver powering all creative endeavor. Inspiration is a uniquely self-generating fuel source: things born of inspiration always inspire others, thus, creating even more fuel.

How do we leverage our relationship with technology? Engage in contributing to shape culture that prioritizes the human experience while rejecting the fast-coming future built on de-humanizing tactics. We will discuss strategic & creative problem solving, unique ideation methods, insightful decision-making, and impeccable products/services delivery. Real-world applicable creativity!

As an Ad man Wolf is fascinated by human behavior, psychology and how we adapt to technology, storytelling and messaging. He is definitively anti-interruption and in favor of projects that compel and improve the human experience.

“His intuitive insight is unimpeachable. When paired with his extraordinary creative mind, that consistently generates simple, unexpected, outstanding, and always shining concepts; he defines his high value as an effective film director and unique intellectual talent as a creative director." – Morgan Boardman | CEO Morningstar

"Johann Wolf is my first choice for Commercial Direction and Creative Vision. His work is of the highest professional quality and integrity. Thanks Johann" – Jacqueline Beaudette, Producer at Nelson Mandela: Legacy of Hope Concert.

Title:
IEEE OC YP - January Boba Night 2020
Date:
January 7th
6:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
4237 Campus Drive
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

Meet new friends and grow your network with tasty boba tea and delicious appetizers! We meet at the tables under the white canopy at University Town Center by UC Irvine. Whether you're an EECS student looking to meet professionals, a young professional looking to grow their network or general IEEE member in the area, we'll have something for you, even if you don't like boba!

 

Free boba for IEEE members and self paid for non IEEE members.

 

Address is for Le Diplomate Cafe but we don't meet inside due to space restrictions, come look for us at the tables under the white canopy across the cafe!

Title:
Oregon IEEE Consultants' Monthly Meeting
Date:
January 7th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
IHOP
Beaverton
Abstract:
JANUARY ORCNET MEETING
Meeting date Tuesday, Jan 7th, 2020.
 Christopher Holmes will be giving a presentation on rechargeable batteries at the Tuesday meeting. Lithium-ion batteries are ubiquitous in consumer electronics, but they canbe quite dangerous in a poorly designed system. We'll learn what goes intoa robust battery pack design, the various regulations affecting it, and howto track state of charge. Christopher Holmes is the founder of Holmes Design Works LLC, an electronicproduct development firm. Chris worked for consulting firms in the Bostonarea before moving to Portland to design batteries for medical equipment.Chris has designed a wide variety of projects for his clients that can befound in airplanes, hospitals, factories, and research laboratories. Whenhe's not at work, Chris enjoys woodworking and hiking near his home inPortland, OR.

 

Christopher Holmes

Holmes Design Works LLC

508-692-8677

Chris@HolmesDW.com

https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisholmesee/

Title:
Phoenix Section OpCom January meeting
Date:
January 7th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Eagle Buffet
Scottsdale, AZ
Abstract:

Monthly OpCom meeting and annual officer's recognition dinner.

Title:
R6 RS20 test
Date:
January 7th
10:55 AM (1 day)
Location:
32300 Las vegas blvd
las vegas, NV
Abstract:

RS test 1- 445

Title:
6th annual IEEE Rising Stars Conference
Date:
January 3rd
8:00 AM (4 days)
Location:
Tropicana - Las Vegas, NV
Abstract:

This program focuses on technical and professional development, Rising Stars is the place to be for students, young professionals and industry leaders.

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section WIE Book Club Meeting
Date:
January 2nd
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Meet Online
Abstract:

Download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system

Monthly: https://oregontechonline.zoom.us/meeting/u5YucuGrpjIprj_Ubr_TFGcmIhFKkjKDdA/ics?icsToken=8151725cfd9b23b232af09cf87798a91a4b7c44b110c62a06c375b542abee5e9

Title:
Support of the Distinguished Public Talks Program
Date:
December 31st 2019
7:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Albuquerque, NM
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Please make a charitable contribution to the Albuquerque IEEE Section and the UNM Sigma Xi Chapter which helps fund the monthly support of the Distinguished Public Talks Program. If you would like to make a donation larger than 0, please contact Ray Byrne (ray@raybyrne.com).

Title:
Coastal Los Angeles LMAG "Give Event"
Date:
December 31st 2019
1:13 AM (23 hours)
Location:
One Space Park
Redondo Beach, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

This is a test of the system that will allow LMAG to collect funds

If you want to contirbute 5$, sign on and make a contribution

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section Computer Society Chapter Meeting + Invited Talk THREAT MINER SDL – AUTOMATING THREAT INTELLIGENCE FOR SDL
Date:
December 30th 2019
7:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Online Meeting
Computer Society
Abstract:

This open forum is for members of the Oregon Chapter of the Computer Society to express their interests, comments, and suggestions.

We will have an invited talk “THREAT MINER SDL – AUTOMATING THREAT INTELLIGENCE FOR SDL” by Dr. Raghudeep Kannavara, Security Researcher, Intel Corporation. 

This is an online meeting, please register on V-Tools to receive the meeting ID. All members are welcome.

 

Meeting Information
Meeting link: https://ieeemeetings.webex.com/ieeemeetings/j.php?MTID=mbb5532d4601180187d822267c74aea28
Meeting number: 592 215 982
Password: computer

Title:
End of 2019 Section Meeting
Date:
December 30th 2019
8:00 AM (0 minute)
Location:
Ephrata, WA
Abstract:

Minutes for Meeting December 30th, 2019    

  1. Call the Meeting or Order at 8:02am
    1. Roll:
      1. Louis Szablya
      2. Ken Moseley
      3. Kevin Nordt
      4. Robert Stoaks
      5. Rodney Noteboom
      6. Clayton Anderson
  1. Confirmation of officer availability for 2020
    1. Chair - Randy needs to be released. Sergue to be Nominated?
    2. Vice Chair - If Sergue to be nominated to Chair, Louis to be nominated to Vice Chair.
    3. Professional Activities - Louis fine keeping Professional Activities position. Unless someone would like to be take.
  2. Volunteer Opportunities for 2020
    1. Math Counts - Kevin reviewed historical support. 0 in support and volunteers
    2. Math is Cool - Kevin reviewed support over all. 4th, 5th, 6th grades have received volunteers and about 0 for NCW area. Kevin to follow-up on Dates
    3. Moses Lake Robos & Bridge Building - Kevin hasn't heard from organizations. Supported both is about 0 and volunteers historically but don't foresee support this year.
      1. Rod hasn't heard from Robotgirls for 3 years.
    4. Treasurer report - Receive about 00 each year for support of local.
    5. Funding Approved for Math Counts and Math is Cool. Ken Nominated, Louis Seconded. Unanimous approval.
  3. Plans for 2020
    1. Visits to Energy Northwest
      1. B Reactor is a national park now with a museum. Open March to Nov.
      2. Kevin to follow-up while on-site.
      3. Louis to assist with scheduling/legwork
  1. Potential Visit to Server Farms
    1. Rodney reviewed history of visiting Microsoft. Need security information.
  2. Columbia Generation Tour
    1. Louis attended last year and thought this might be good.
    2. Kevin to follow-up on tour potential.
  3. Priest Dam rebuild
    1. Chapter meeting tour of Priest Dam
    2. Potential for the weekend.
  4. Meetings for Early 2020
    1. First 4 Months
    2. Send Poll with Times and Dates for meetings.
  5. Ajorn at 8:30am

48 meetings. Generated Wednesday, January 22 2020, at 3:03:48 PM. All times America/Los_Angeles