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34 meetings

Title:
IEEE Central Coast Power & Energy Society Event - Friday @ 2PM
Date:
January 24th
2:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Building 20A Lobby
San Luis Obispo, CA
Abstract:

Dr. Ram Adapa Presents :The Role of HVDC and Power Electronics in the Future Smart Electric Grid  

Title:
IEEE AP/CAS/ED/MTT/SSC Seminar: Integrated Power Delivery and Management for High-Performance Digital Systems
Date:
January 24th
3:00 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Qualcomm AZ-Auditorium (10155 Pacific Heights Blvd, San Diego, CA 92121)
san diego, CA
Abstract:

The need for an efficient power management solution has never been more critical across virtually all electronic devices and systems from low power to high power, smartphones to data centers, battery-powered components to renewable-energy-powered grids, and from stationary systems to aircraft. The key, common challenge for power management in these systems is to satisfy increasingly demanding requirements in terms of efficiency, size, reliability, and cost, simultaneously. This talk will present a unique flow of integrated power converter architectures, topologies, and circuit techniques to address this challenge. Particularly, the speaker will discuss his group research work on a family of hybrid converters that achieve high efficiency for high output power density and current density.

Title:
MTT-S Winter Technical Meeting, AdCom, IMS2020 TPRC
Date:
January 24th
3:00 PM (3 days)
Location:
Grand Hyatt San Antonio
San Antonio, TX
Abstract:

MTT-S Winter Technical Meeting - Saturday, First presentations of newly appointed 2020-2022 Distinguished Microwave Lectures (Ruonan Han, James Hwang, Jon Martens, James M. Schellenberg)

Details:  https://www.mtt.org/distinguished-microwave-lecturers/

MTT-S MGA Re-Vamp Meeting - Friday, 4 to 6PM, followed by dinner, multiple other committee meetings and new MTT-S AdCom training for our chapter member Terry Cisco

MTT-S Committee and AdCom Meetings - Saturday (all day) and Sunday, includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Chapter Chair Jim Weiler will present the MTT-S IEEE Region 6 Chapter Activities Report in MGA Committee (Saturday 8AM to 11AM), Goutam, Peter, Imran and other chapter members lead or are members of multiple MTT-S Committees and have the right to vote at the AdCom meeting.

IMS2020 TPRC - Sunday, 275 recognized experts in various fields of MTT-S meet to select the papers that will be presented during IMS2020 in Los Angeles in June.  Several of our chapter members have been selected as members of the IMS Technical Program Review Committee (TPRC).

Title:
Metro LA Young Professionals (Joint Meeting): Websites Design Discussion Part 3
Date:
January 25th
10:00 AM (2 hours)
Location:
1978 East Colorado Blvd
Pasadena, CA
Abstract:

This is the 3rd free tutorial lunch meeting for all IEEE members regardless of section affiliation.
For those wishing to volunteer to design their, creating pages vs posts, media and images,
SEO, analytics and security.

Title:
Annual IEEE San Diego Section Awards Luncheon - Saturday, January 25th @11:00 am
Date:
January 25th
11:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
Hahn University Center-East Entance
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

This annual luncheon event celebrates IEEE San Diego Section and the contributions of its 2019 leaders with transitions to the 2020 officers.  The program begins on with a reception, followed by luncheon and awards.  Join us for this annual celebration and officer recognition.

Registration is complementary for invited honorees (2019 officers, including San Diego student branch chairs, and all of the past San Diego Section chairs) who pre-register. Each honoree may bring 1 guest if they pre-register.

For all other IEEE members and guests, for members and for student/life members.

Title:
Fort Huachuca Section EXCOM
Date:
January 27th
2:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
1140 N Colombo Ave
Sierra Vista, AZ
Abstract:

Monthly ExCom Meeting.

Title:
IEEE at UC Davis and Texas Instruments Career Information Session
Date:
January 28th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Kemper
Davis, CA
Abstract:

Texas Instrument representatives will be here again to give more information about TI and will be able to answer your questions! There will be FREE pizza!

Title:
Protection Relay Applications and The Digital Substation
Date:
January 28th
5:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
San Francisco Italian Athletic Club
San Francisco, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

The January Presentation will offer an Application Review of MV Protection Relays for  Transmission and Small Power Substations. The speaker will review the following topics:

  • An introduction to digitalization of the substation for reliable protection.
  • Process Bus implementation for substations, elimination of copper wiring
  • Cybersecurity, for proactive compliance
  • Substation Asset management, to optimize resources
  • Grid monitoring with dynamic simulation
  • Integrated engineering for planning testing and startup
  • Fault and outage management
  • Main Tie Main Schemes and Centralized Bus Bar Protection
  • Substation Digital Twin, for creating protection assets in the Cloud and virtual testing

Note that this presentation will have a stronger vendor focus than our typical presentations. The applications discussed will employ the Siemens Protection Relay Solution, but the basics of the applications are common to all Relay brands.  

 

IEEE IAS Power Engineering Seminar Friday Feb28, 2020

Register at:  https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/212942

 

Title:
Ground Fault Neutralizer - Earthing Concept & Single Phase to Ground Fault Protection System from Sweden
Date:
January 29th
11:30 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Courtyard Room
San Francisco, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

EARTH FAULTS constitute the absolute majority of all faults on power lines, with statistics saying 75-100% of all faults are earth faults. Earth faults are known to start fires, damage properties and equipment, traumatize and kill people and animals.

FAST INTERCEPTION REDUCES RISK:  The Ground Fault Neutralizer technology [GFN] mitigates a specific type of fault on power lines, with this type of fault called many things including: single phase to ground fault, earth fault, and ground fault.

HIGH SENSITIVITY ENABLES PROTECTION TO ACT:  Protection does not only need to be fast and bring down fault currents, but most importantly, it also needs to be sensitive.  Sensitivity is another major challenge for traditional protection systems. Many of the dangerous high impedance faults (Hi Z) are simply not detected at all by traditional protection. The GFN offers world leading sensitivity by using advanced algorithms and the testing in Australia confirmed GFN detection levels of 25 kOhm and higher with fault current of 50mA or less in less than three cycles (

Title:
Rising Stars Student Presentations
Date:
January 29th
5:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Luigi's Restaurant
Spokane, WA
Abstract:

Please join us for the Rising Stars Conference Student Presentations!  We are excited to hear from 2 students who IEEE Spokane and Region 6 sent to the Rising Stars Conference in Las Vegas, NV in early January. 

IEEE Spokane will be hosting this Italian cuisine dinner.  IEEE members, students, and school faculty are welcome and encouraged to come!  Do you know of someone interested in joining IEEE?  Bring them too!

All attendees must register for an accurate head count for the restaurant.  For those 21 and over drinks will be available for purchase by the attendee.  Registration ends on Monday, Jan 27th at noon.

 

*If you register but your plans change, please be sure to email us to ensure proper headcount.  

Title:
"Visual Data Analytics for Dietary Assessment and Video Compression" Dr. Fengqing Maggie Zhu
Date:
January 29th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Santa Clara University,
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

Visual Data Analytics for Dietary Assessment and Video Compression

Fengqing Maggie Zhu

Assistant Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University

 

January 29 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm PST

 

Event Sponsored and Organized By:

IEEE Signal Processing Society, Chapter of Santa Clara Valley

 

Co-Sponsors:

IEEE Information Theory Society, SCV Chapter

IEEE Circuit and Systems Society, SCV Chapter

 

 

Agenda:

 

6:30pm-7:00pm: Registration, Food, Networking

 

7:00pm-8:00pm: Talk

 

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

 

 

Location:

Santa Clara University, California Misson Room in Benson Memorial Center820 Alviso Street, Santa Clara, CA, 95050

 

Parking information will be posted shortly.

 

 

Abstract

One of the most important behavior both socially and culturally that impacts one’s health is diet. Assessing dietary intake of children and adults with high accuracy remains a major challenge in

the field of nutrition and health. In this talk, I will present the design and development of a novel food record using a mobile device to provide an accurate measure of daily food and nutrient intake. Different computer vision and machine learning methods have been developed to automatically identify foods and estimate energy from a meal image. These methods have been validated on both public datasets and our own datasets collected from dietary studies. Significant advances in video coding has been developed in the last two decades to satisfy the growing requirements of video applications. In this talk, we introduce the design and development of a switchable region-based coding scheme that leverages semantic segmentation to achieve a superior coding efficiency. We also present a novel perceptual quality assessment measure for the region-based coding scheme since point-by-point metrics are inadequate. The proposed method is evaluated on both standard test sets and the YouTube UGC datasets, which shows significant data rate reduction with satisfying visual quality verified by a subjective study.

 

 

 

Biography

Fengqing Maggie Zhu is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Dr. Zhu received the B.S.E.E. (with highest distinction), M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University in 2004, 2006 and 2011, respectively. Her research interests include image processing and analysis, video compression and computer vision. Prior to joining Purdue in 2015, she was a Staff Researcher at Futurewei Technologies (USA), where she received a Certification of Recognition for Core Technology Contribution in 2012. She is the recipient of an NSF CISE Research Initiation Initiative (CRII) award in 2017, and a Google Faculty Research Award in 2019.

Title:
Ham Radio and the Pony Express
Date:
January 30th
1:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Warnock Engineering Building
Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract:

IEEE Fellow Dr. Cynthia Furse and her colleagues Chuck Killian and Gerald Hasty will describe the engineering challenge of providing emergency communication during 1,966 miles of horse-riding relays in the annual Pony Express reenactment. They will describe the clever operation of mobile ham radio stations, such as the “Rover” - a 1978 Dodge Kary van, once-crime scene investigation sheriff’s vehicle, now-highly capable VHF mobile communication headquarters. We will have the exciting opportunity to tour the Rover and learn about the slew of equipment within!

Title:
Boise WIE (Women In Engineering) Kick-off meeting
Date:
January 30th
2:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Micron Engineering Center
Boise, ID
Abstract:

We are excited to start the IEEE WIE Section in Boise. Please join the kick off meeting on Jan 30th between 3pm-4pm at BSU MEC 202p to discuss our annual agenda.

Title:
Kick of meeting for IEEE Boise Section WIE
Date:
January 30th
2:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
MEC
Boise, ID
Abstract:

Dear All, 

We are excited to kick start the WIE boise section. We will discuss officers and future event coordinations

Title:
IEEE Young Professionals Bowling Night
Date:
January 31st
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Big Al's
Beaverton
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Section Young Professionals are having our Bowling Night! Please come and meet engineers and professionals & show off your bowling skills. Register ASAP so that we can have accurate headcounts for line reservation.

Ask for the IEEE event when you come in. 

Title:
Lecture and Chapter Meeting
Date:
February 3rd
3:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building
Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract:

Please join us for pizza and presentation on distributed learning and signal processing algorithms

Title:
3-D Printing Demonstration - 3 February 2020
Date:
February 3rd
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Goleta Valley Library
Goleta, CA
Abstract:

The library is happy to offer patrons the ability to submit projects to be printed on the library’s 3-D printer. The 3-D printer can create a physical object based on a design supplied as a digital file. These can be designs you’ve created yourself, or designs you’ve obtained from another source and have permission to use.

Title:
Oregon IEEE Consultants' Monthly Meeting
Date:
February 4th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
TEK
Beaverton
Abstract:

FEBRUARY ORCNET MEETING

Meeting date Tuesday, Feb 4th, 2020.

 

We will be providing PIZZA, salad and drinks for everyone.

Please RSVP so that we know how much food to bring and if you have any requests for the type of PIZZA.

 

PIZZA will be hot and ready for you to eat at 6PM.

 

We will also be able to tour the museum while you are there.


WHAT -

Speaker at 4 Feb OrcNet details:

Speaker: Peter E Perkins, PE

                              IEEE Life Fellow

                              IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society 2020 Distinguished Lecturer

Topic: Dalziel revisited 75 years later; analysis of mized bipolar and monopolar waveforms

Abstract: Based on his 1943 paper Professor Charles F Dalziel extended his Let-go effects analysis to mixed AC and DC waveforms plus various shaped non-sinusoidal waveforms to determine reasonable safe current limits feeling that it could be applied to any waveform.  This presentation revisits his analysis and extends it to modern non-sinusoidal waveforms to provide a substantiation for application of this analysis to non-sinusoidal touch currents found in modern electronic equipment.

Speaker Bio:  Peter E Perkins, BS Engr, MSEE, PE is an IEEE Life Fellow.  He has 60 years’ experience in the electronics industry. In more than half if his >30-year career at Tektronix, Inc. he was Corporate Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs Manager organizing and directing a corporate wide effort to provide assuredly safe products.  After leaving that company he started his own Product Safety and Regulatory consulting activity which he still operates.  He has received the IEC 1906 award which honors exceptional leadership and technical contributions to IEC standards; he is a recipient of the Michael J Demartini award of the IEEE EMC-PSTC, forerunner of the IEEE PSES today; he is an ongoing contributor to the IEEE/ISPCE symposiums from the beginning. He is a IEEE PSES 2020 Distinguished Lecturer.  He is involved in IEC technical standards work with IEC TC 66, IEC 61010 series ‘Safety of electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use’ as well as IEC TC 108, IEC 62368 series ‘Safety of audio/visual, information and communication technology equipment’ plus Convenor of IEC TC 108/WG5, IEC 60990, ‘Measurement of touch current and protective conductor current’. He is also involved in the US mirror committees for these standards.  He is an American electric shock expert and involved with IEC TC 64/WG4, IEC 60479 series standards plus ANSI/UL 101.   

 

Title:
IEEE Luncheon - Northwestern Energy Load Forecasting
Date:
February 5th
11:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Metals
Butte, MT
Abstract:

NorthWestern Energy Load Forecasting for Energy Supply: Methodology and Results

Title:
EARLY FAULT DETECTION – Prevention of Powerline Faults & Fires
Date:
February 5th
12:00 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Golden Gate Room
San Francisco, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

In mid-2019, a patented Australian designed and manufactured Early Fault Detection (EFD) system completed a large-scale trial on rural powerlines in Victoria in which it demonstrated clear fire-safety benefits.  The EFD Trial was a government/industry partnership covering 250 km of powerlines in NE and Western Victoria. Despite the limited Trial scope and duration (18 months), the EFD system identified three previously undetected failing assets with clear fire risk in high fire-consequence locations. EFD technology is now operating on networks in Australia, China and the USA. The EFD system uses IoT architecture, with geographically dispersed smart sensors performing on-site edge-computing and feeding cloud-based big-data analysis. It continuously monitors networks to detect and locate (to 10 m accuracy) a wide range of incipient faults in time for network owners to take remedial action before a network fault starts fires or interrupts supply to customers.  Incipient faults detected by EDF technology so far include vegetation touches, pole fires, conductor strand failures and clashing damage, broken tie-wires, dirty insulators and leaky insulator strings, and internal transformer faults.  Some of these faults were invisible to expert inspectors.  EFD technology has the potential to disruptively transform utilities’ traditional asset management and fire-risk management approaches.

Title:
F5 Field Trip
Date:
February 5th
5:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
F5 Networks
Liberty Lake Wa, WA
Abstract:

Come and join us for an informative and interesting field trip to a cutting-edge technology company in our own backyard! IEEE Spokane Section Members & Students and accompanying guests are invited to tour F5 Networks, the Liberty Lake company that has developed the BIG-IP application delivery controllers.

These popular devices are positioned in front of Web and application servers, balancing traffic and performing compute-intensive functions, such as encrypting and un-encrypting transmissions, screening traffic for security threats, maintaining open connections with servers, speeding the flow of traffic, and managing access to applications and data. The company is unique in the Spokane region for its cutting-edge research and development on x86, FPGA, and ASIC platforms, providing three levels of digital system development, as well as hardware product development utilizing electrical, computer and mechanical engineering. 

This event will start with a participant meeting at the west entrance to the F5 building at 5:30 pm -- then will offer an introduction to F5 and its products, followed by tours of the exciting development labs and equipment the company features. 

This is a FREE event. Pizza dinner will be provided.  If you would like gluten free or vegetarian option, please note that in your registration.

Title:
"Optical Random Features For Large-Scale Machine Learning" Dr. Laurent Daudet, CTO & Co-Founder at LightOn, Professor at Paris Diderot University
Date:
February 5th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Building B
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:
"Optical Random Features For Large-Scale Machine Learning"Dr. Laurent Daudet, CTO & Co-Founder at LightOn, Professor at Paris Diderot UniversityEvent Organized By:

IEEE Photonics Society of the IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section

Co-sponsors:PROGRAM:

6:00 - 6:30 PM Networking & Refreshments
6:30 - 7:45 PM Talk
7:45 - 8:00 PM Q&A/Adjourn

Abstract:

The propagation of coherent light through a scattering medium is an extremely complex physical process. However, under certain conditions, if the incoming beam is spatially modulated to encode some data, the output as measured on a sensor can be modeled as a random projection of the input, i.e. its multiplication by a random iid matrix. One can leverage this principle for compressive imaging, and more generally for any data processing pipeline involving large-scale random projections. This talk will discuss the theoretical foundations that led to the development of LightOn’s Optical Processing Unit (OPU), the world’s first optical AI chip already operational at scale – available through LightOn Cloud. I will finally present a series of OPU use cases for machine learning, such as transfer learning, change point detection, recommender systems, or reinforcement learning.

Bio:

As CTO at LightOn, Laurent’s task is to manage cross-disciplinary R&D projects, involving machine learning, optics, signal processing, electronics, and software engineering. Laurent is currently on leave from his position of Professor of Physics at Paris Diderot University, Paris. Prior to that or in parallel, he has held various academic positions: fellow of the Institut Universitaire de France, associate professor at Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Visiting Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, UK, Visiting Professor at the National Institute for Informatics in Tokyo, Japan. Laurent has authored or co-authored nearly 200 scientific publications, has been a consultant to various small and large companies, and is a co-inventor in several patents. He is a graduate in physics from Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, and holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Marseille University.

Venue:

Intel SC12 Auditorium, 3600 Juliette Ln, Santa Clara, CA 95054

Admission Fee:

All admissions free. Suggested donations to cover food and water:

Non-IEEE: , Students (non-IEEE): , IEEE Members (not members of CASS or SSCS):

Online registration is recommended to guarantee seating.

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section WIE Book Club Meeting
Date:
February 6th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
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:
Region 6 OPCOM Meeting
Date:
February 7th
1:00 PM (2 days)
Location:
Embassy Suites North/LAX
Los Angeles, CA
Abstract:

The Region OPCOM is the annual meeting of IEEE members in Region 6 to dissiminate information, train volunteers, hear from IEEE national and global leadership, and meet your peers!

Register Now!

Reservation for hotel group rate is available until 13 January (and extended to 17 January) at:  

https://secure3.hilton.com/en_US/es/reservation/book.htm?inputModule=HOTEL&ctyhocn=LAXABES&spec_plan=CESIEE&arrival=20200207&departure=20200209&cid=OM,WW,HILTONLINK,EN,DirectLink&fromId=HILTONLINKDIRECT

 

 

Complementary Hotel Shuttle to/from LAX

 

Title:
Analysis and Synthesis of Sustainable Systems
Date:
February 10th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Santa Ana – Orange County Airport
Santa Ana, CA
Abstract:

The newly introduced concept of “Sustainability Over Set” (SOS) is presented.
The field of sustainability has traditionally suffered from a lack of specificity, that leads to misinterpretations regarding a system's sustainability status. The SOS concept readily allows the incorporation of human input into system sustainability assessment, by requiring the sustainability practitioner to develop/employ a mathematical model of the studied system, such as for example a set of ordinary differential equations whose solution captures the system's dynamic behavior.mSOS also requires that the user defines in advance the region in the system's state-space, within which the system's behavior must remain for all time. In return, SOS provides definitive "yes" or "no" answers to the question “is the system sustainable?”. Following the SOS introduction, illustrative case studies are presented, on a high dimensional ecosystem, and on an economic growth cycle.

Title:
FIRST ANNUAL LOS ANGELES CYBER SECURITY SUMMIT 2020-SOUTH BAY
Date:
February 15th
8:30 AM (9 hours)
Location:
Locker Student Union Ballroom
Carson, CA
Abstract:

Cyber attacks on corporations, governmental agencies and individuals are becoming increasingly widespread and regular, as well as more complex. In conjunction with ToroHack 4 Conference (ToroHack Conference), California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) is  hosting The First Annual Los Angeles Cybersecurity Summit-South Bay that brings together government officials, private business executives and cybersecurity experts to discuss the current and emerging threats that exist in today’s sophisticated cyber environment, and the technological advancements being made to countermeasure and manage these risks.

             

Title:
Engineers Week 2020 - Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream with OSU Overclocking
Date:
February 18th
5:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Graf Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

Join OSU Overclocking in celebrating 2020 Engineering Week! Join us for a lab tour, liquid nitrogen overclocking demo, and free liquid nitrogen ice cream!

Title:
The Lightning Phenomenon
Date:
February 18th
5:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
775 Montague Expressway
Milpitas, CA
Abstract:

Lightning is one of the primary causes of damage and malfunction of telecommunication and power networks and one of the leading causes of weather-related deaths and injuries.
Lightning is composed of numerous physical processes, of which only a few are visible to the naked eye.
This lecture presents various aspects of the lightning phenomenon, its main processes and the
technologies that have been developed to assess the parameters that are important for engineering and scientific applications. These parameters include the channel-base current and its associated electromagnetic fields.
The measurement techniques for these parameters are intrinsically difficult due to the randomness
of the phenomenon and to the harsh electromagnetic environment created by the lightning itself.
Besides the measurement of the lightning parameters, warning and insurance applications require
the real-time detection and location of the lightning strike point. The main classical and emerging
lightning detection and location techniques, including those used in currently available commercial
lightning location systems will be described in the lecture. The newly proposed Electromagnetic
Time Reversal technique, which has the potential to revolutionize lightning location will also be
presented.

Title:
Human Motion Recognition Methods Using Radars
Date:
February 18th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Skyworks inc
THOUSAND OAKS, CA
Abstract:

Technical Talk

Title:
IEEE Central Coast Event – 19 Feb 2020 @ 6PM
Date:
February 19th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Rusty's Pizza
Goleta, CA
Abstract:

FREE EVENT

Location – Rusty’s Pizza

5934 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117

6:00 PM – Complimentary Pizza, Salad, Beverage

6:25 PM – Central Coast Status

6:30 PM – Dr. Gibson's Presentation

Title:
Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM
Date:
February 19th
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:
Advanced Frequency Synthesis For Digitally Intensive Transmitters For IoT And Mm-Wave Radios, CASS-SCV Multi-Speaker Event
Date:
February 20th
5:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Building B
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:
Advanced Frequency Synthesis For Digitally Intensive Transmitters For IoT And Mm-Wave Radios, CASS-SCV Multi-Speaker EventDr. Robert Bogdan Staszewski, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin andDr. Yizhe Hu, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, University College DublinEvent Organized By:

Circuits and Systems Society (CASS-SCV) of the IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section

Co-sponsors:

PROGRAM:

5:30 - 6:00 PM Networking & Refreshments

6:00 - 6:50 PM Lecture 1: "Deep-Subthreshold Operation of ADPLLs, Transmitters and ADCs," by Dr. Robert Bogdan Staszewski

6:50 - 7:00 PM Q&A

7:00 - 7:50 PM Lecture 2: "A New Type of Frequency Synthesis for RF and mm-Wave: Charge-Sharing Locking," by Dr. Yizhe Hu

7:50 - 8:00 PM Q&A/Adjourn

Lecture 1 (6:00 - 6:50 PM): "Deep-Subthreshold Operation of ADPLLs, Transmitters and ADCs," by Dr. Robert Bogdan Staszewski

Abstract:

Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices are meant to be powered by energy harvesters, which unfortunately tend to generate very little power at very low voltages, often well below the threshold voltage of CMOS transistors. Hence the need for an ultra-low power (ULP) and ultra-low voltage (ULV) operation of IoT electronic circuits. This talk presents recent breakthroughs in collaboration with TSMC in sub-threshold designs of an all-digital PLL (ADPLL), RF Bluetooth transmitter, and open-loop VCO-based ADC. The supply voltage in these circuits can go to as low as 0.2V.

Bio:
  1. Bogdan Staszewskireceived B.Sc. (summa cum laude), M.Sc. and PhD from University of Texas at Dallas, USA, in 1991, 1992 and 2002, respectively. From 1991 to 1995 he was with Alcatel in Richardson, Texas. He joined Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas in 1995. In 1999 he co-started a Digital RF Processor (DRP) group in TI with a mission to invent new digitally intensive approaches to traditional RF functions. Dr. Staszewski served as a CTO of the DRP group between 2007 and 2009. In July 2009 he joined Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands where he is currently a part-time Full Professor. Since Sept. 2014 he has been a Full Professor at University College Dublin (UCD) in Ireland. He has co-authored five books, seven book chapters, 300 journal and conference publications, and holds 180 issued US patents. His research interests include nanoscale CMOS architectures and circuits for frequency synthesizers, transmitters and receivers, as well as quantum computers. He is a co-founder of a startup company Equal1 Labs aiming at building the first practical CMOS quantum computer.

He is an IEEE Fellow and a recipient of IEEE Circuits and Systems Industrial Pioneer Award (http://ieee-cas.org/industrial-pioneer-award-recipients). He was a TPC Chair of IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC) in 2019 in Krakow, Poland.

Lecture 2 (7:00 - 7:50 PM): "A New Type of Frequency Synthesis for RF and mm-Wave: Charge-Sharing Locking," by Dr. Yizhe Hu

Abstract:

Ultra-low jitter (sub-100fs) frequency synthesis is highly desirable for 5G RF and mm-Wave (mmW) communications to support the complex modulation schemes (e.g. 1024QAM). Our group has recently invented a new charge-sharing locking (CSL) technique to meet these tough requirements. A quadrature CSL prototype was implemented in TSMC 28nm CMOS and achieves 75fs jitter in 21.7-to-26.5GHz while consuming only 16.5mW. This talk presents the details and gives further insights into designing oscillators with ultra-low phase noise in the flicker and thermal regions.

Bio:

Yizhe Hu received the B.Sc. degree (summa cum laude) in microelectronics from Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), Harbin, China, in 2013, and the PhD degree in microelectronics from University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin, Ireland, in 2019. He is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher with Prof. R. Bogdan Staszewski in UCD. From 2013 to 2014, he was with Fudan University, Shanghai, China, where he was involved in RFIC design as a postgraduate researcher. From May 2016 to Oct 2017, he was consulting for the PLL Group of HiSilicon, Huawei Technologies, China, designing 16 nm DCOs and ADPLLs. Since June 2018, he has been consulting for the Mixed-Signal Design Department, TSMC, for a new type of PLL design. His research interests include RF/mm-wave integrated circuits and systems for wireless communications. Dr. Hu has served as a frequent reviewer for the IEEE JSSCTCAS-I/II, and TMTT.

Zoom Broadcast:

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Venue:

QualComm Santa Clara, Building B, 3165 Kifer Road, Santa Clara, CA 95051

Admission Fee:

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Title:
IEEE at UC Davis 2020 Winter Mixer, Light up The World
Date:
February 21st
4:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Kemper
Davis, CA
Abstract:

There is a major upcoming event that IEEE will be hosting. Faculty, alumni, and industry representatives will be attending the event and students will get the chance to chat with them. This is a great opportunity to ask about first-hand experiences, overcoming obstacles in their field, and any other questions students may have in mind. Light refreshments will be provided.

Title:
Engineers Week 2020 - Overclock 'till You Drop
Date:
February 21st
6:00 PM (10 hours)
Location:
Graf Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

Celebrate the 2020 Engineers Week with OSU Overclocking! Ever dream of making your own computer? Learning about heat transfer and cooling? Machining and building custom computer parts? Join us in our traditional all night event  and learn how to overclock a professional rig or your personal computer.

Overclock ‘till you drop is a club tradition and where many of our best members started out, This is a great opportunity to jump in to the club and learn in a casual situation. Rigs will include two liquid nitrogen cooled and one closed loop.

All majors and abilities welcome! Pizza, drinks, snacks, and overclocking expertise will be provided.

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