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Title:
Changes to the NFPA 70E 2021
Date:
September 25th
12:00 PM (0 minute)
Location:
10202 5th Avenue NE
Seattle
Abstract:

Join us for a presentation on Changes to the NFPA 70E 2021. We will discuss:
1. Revisions to Article 110 including changes to the electrical safety related work programs, practices, and procedures.
2. New arc resistant equipment in Table 130.5(C).
3. Safety related requirements for Capacitors.
4. Incident Energy and Arc Flash Boundary Calculation Methods including new updates to the IEEE-1584-2018.

Title:
Using Python as a Tool to Create Fine Art
Date:
September 25th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
Abstract:

Python is a very powerful software language that is used extensively in science and engineering applications. It has a wealth of powerful and flexible libraries.


In this presentation, Paul Anderson will describe how he has used Python to generate multi-layered photographic mosaics from a reference digital image. The generating algorithm is a stand-alone Python script which makes use of the numpy package for array processing, the Python Imaging Library (PIL) for image processing, and the scipy package for multi-dimensional array searches. The heart of the algorithm uses a resample-and-search technique.

A multi-layered mosaic produced by the algorithm is typically assembled in a 3D modeling application, and then combined with other graphic elements to create the final piece of art.

Title:
2020-09-24 OEB-SPS ExCom Mtg
Date:
September 24th
7:00 PM (0 minute)
Abstract:

The OEB-SPS Chapter ExCom met (virtually) to plan for future chapter events, discuss cultivation of new leadership and election planning, consider avenues for further member growth, review financial status, and conduct other similar business.

Title:
Pitch Perfect: How to Get What You Want in Negotiations (Free IEEE-USA Webinar)
Date:
September 24th
3:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Washington, DC
Abstract:

Negotiating can be stressful for anyone! But if you want to get what you deserve, you have to be willing to advocate for yourself in an effective way that showcases your value, and does not cause those with whom you want to strike a deal to walk away – or to walk away with all the marbles.

A master of this art form is Philadelphia employment attorney Robin Bond. As the author of the book, How To Negotiate a Killer Job Offer, Robin has helped over 3,000 employees get what they want and leverage their value for career success. Mark Cuban, of Shark Tank, wrote the foreword to her book and said, “Robin’s great – buy this book!”

Robin will discuss methods for negotiating important business matters that reflect your worth, and the value you are bringing to the table. How do I ask for more money (or other benefits) in this deal? Is there any chance the other guy will pull the offer if I try to negotiate? How do I ask for certain protections without making the other side think I don’t trust them? The program will include case studies from her own experience as an attorney, and how to handle them. The information she shares is valuable to employees as well as to entrepreneurs who want to succeed. Attendees will leave with actionable strategies for negotiating to enhance and reach their economic potential.

By attending this meeting, you will learn to:

  • Assess your value;
  • Advocate effectively, and set the tone for your career;
  • Determine what to seek when negotiating, and who and how to ask; and
  • Understand the process of negotiating to a successful “yes.”
Title:
Design and Manufacturing of an Additive Manufactured Flexible Arduino®-Compatible Microcontroller
Date:
September 23rd
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
San Jose, CO
Abstract:

Abstract

The emerging technology of additive, printed flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) promises to introduce a step change in how electronics are manufactured and used, creating products with innovative packaging and form factors. 

As part of an FHE design and manufacturing demonstration project, the NextFlex manufacturing innovation institute, in partnership with AirForce Research Laboratory (AFRL), undertook the translation of the electronic design of an Arduino Mini from standard PCB manufacturing processes into an FHE form factor with a depackaged bare die replacing the standard QFN microprocessor package.  The Arduino Mini board is a commonly used tool for prototyping of basic sensing systems, featuring an 8-bit microcontroller (Microchip ATMega328), onboard power regulators, and passive electronic components.  Achievements include:

  • Development of design rules for the creation of printed FHE circuits
  • Creation of high precision traces using a printing process for mounting of bare die ICs
  • Development of a process for attachment of a bare die IC to a flexible substrate

This demonstration project showed the suitability of additive printed circuit and FHE technology for the manufacturing of basic embedded systems using bare die attach methodology.  This presentation will discuss the design and build process for the bare die Arduino®-compatible microcontroller device as well as more recent advances in the manufacturing of advanced bare die attach processes, suitable for active and passive sensors, on flexible substrates.  Fabricating a robust electronic circuit as the basis for sensor and signal applications with unpackaged die, printed traces instead of wires, flexible substrates, and novel attach techniques presents unique challenges along the way to a unique solution.

Title:
IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter Exec Committee Meeting
Date:
September 23rd
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
2111 NE 25th Avenue
Hillsboro
Abstract:

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Oregon Chapter Exec Committee Meeting: Updates, Events Planning, Financials, Surveys, Opens

Title:
IEEE EMBS Webinar: Predictive Engineering from Deterministic to Stochastic Modeling to Develop Compelling New Products
Date:
September 23rd
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Phoenix, AZ
Abstract:

Webinar featuring Predictive Engineering.

Please join us using this Webinar Link

Title:
Aerospace Leadership with Astronaut Michael Barratt
Date:
September 22nd
4:00 PM (0 minute)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

Tech Talk: Our active NASA astronaut Michael Barratt will be speaking on Aerospace Leadership. To become an astronaut, you must be bold and fearless in stepping forward to promote our national interests. As consultants we also need to be bold and courageous as we step forward to develop new technologies, products and services for our customers and clients. Michael will share with us today these leadership skills that are needed to step forward and take the risk of space flight to develop new technologies for our country. He will give us leadership skills and tips on how to be bold and how to step forward in our pursuits to become better consultants and how to be proactive on developing new technologies and services. As a medical doctor Astronaut Barratt will be providing our astronauts vital information on their 2 1/2-year mission to Mars. Find out what it takes to prepare our astronauts for this mission to Mars! Are you ready for space flight?

Title:
Molded Case Circuit Breakers Technology Update Online Meeting
Date:
September 22nd
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Abstract:

Molded Case circuit breakers are packed with new capabilities and features.  The speaker will reviewThe state of the art for  molded case circuit breakers (MCCBs), with an overview of breaker types, trip device types, and the functionality that can now be exploited in MCCBs. Learn about new capabilities in instrumentation, communications, controls, and diagnostics.

  • Understanding the true definition of a surge versus its ‘catch all’ designation
  • Understanding  how SPDs operate
  • UL 1449 4th Ed. and NEC code requirements
  • Understanding how to surge protect an electrical system and how to size the SPDs
Title:
Terahertz Communications at 300 GHz: Devices, Packages and System
Date:
September 22nd
9:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Woodland Hills, CA
Abstract:

Dr. Ho-Jin Song

Recent progress in semiconductor devices on compound semiconductor or silicon substrates has made it possible to produce more power and receive a signal with less noise at THz frequencies. Various integrated circuits for the THz radio front-end functional blocks, including power and low-noise amplifiers, modulators and demodulators, and oscillators, have been demonstrated in the last decade. In the first experimental demonstration conducted in 2004, bulky instruments originally developed for THz spectroscopy were used to transmit pulsed THz signals carrying a 7-kHz bandwidth audio signal across a short free space. However, recently, there have been several successful demonstrations of multi-Gbps data transmissions at THz frequencies with state-of-the art devices and components. In this talk, the first prototype of a THz wireless communications system designed under the ‘touch-and-go’ scenario will be presented. I clarify the concept of the KIOSK data downloading system, cover some considerations in this work, and present a brief link-budget plan. We will then overview technologies for implementing THz components operating at 300 GHz and their performance, followed by preliminary investigation of the channel responses and the experimental demonstration results. At the end of the presentation, we will discuss several issues that need to be addressed for the future of the THz communications systems, in terms of system architectures, packaging and potential applications.

Title:
Future of 5G: Key Innovations and Challenges
Date:
September 20th
8:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
San Fernando, CA
Abstract:

MTT-S Young Professionals

Moderated by Dr. Tushar Sharma

Upkar Dhaliwal & Francesco Carobolante

Title:
IEEE Region 6 Fall Combined NE / NW Area Meeting - Virtual
Date:
September 19th
8:30 AM (6 hours)
Location:
Boise, ID
Abstract:

Fall Area meeting for NE / NW IEEE Region 6 Areas

Please register below so we have an accurate headcount for planning!  The Fall Area meeting this year will be virtual to promote social distancing and safety of all IEEE volunteers.

Google Drive Link to Agenda and other Documents: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1z-vj0YddUZRomQjoXNoOqb0bdHlcNO_n

Title:
Gig Economy - What is it? How does it affect our Consultant Business?
Date:
September 18th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
10202 5th Avenue NE
Seattle
Abstract:

The Gig Economy - What is it? How is it affecting your consultanting business? We will discuss the latest update to the AB5 ruling in California.

California Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) extends employee classification status to gig workers. Companies must use a three-pronged test to prove workers are independent contractors, not employees. AB5 is designed to regulate companies that hire gig workers in large numbers, such as Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash.

How does Borello and Dynamax decisions play into the final ruling? JP Tenore our speaker today will go in depth and highlight important issues we should all be aware of. You don't want to miss this exciting presentation. Sign up today at Vtools!

Title:
Electrical Hazards Classifications Area Assessments and Mass Notification Applications
Date:
September 18th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
10202 5th Avenue Northeast #300
Seattle
Abstract:

Area Assessments for Classified Electrical Hazards:
1. Why do we do it
2. What is a Hazardous Classified Area Assessment
3. What are the Objectives of HCA Assessment
4. Who Makes Up a HCA Assessment Team
5. Classification of Electrical
6. Mitigation Techniques
7. Case Example
8. Mass Notification Application
9. Fire Life Safety Notification devices
10. MEDC (Explosion proof) devices

Title:
IEEE Cal Poly Pomona Student Branch - Interview + Resume Workshop
Date:
September 18th
11:00 AM (2 hours)
Location:
Pomona, CA
Abstract:

Join IEEE | CPP for an Intervew + Resume workshop led by Career Respresentative, Alexis Tai. We will be going over what is asked during interview, as well as what you should put on your resume! We will also be going into breakout groups to peer-review and get some interviewing practice. 

Title:
IEEE-USA Washington Update
Date:
September 18th
10:00 AM (0 minute)
Location:
Washington, DC
Abstract:

Join us as IEEE-USA's director of government relations, Russ Harrison, discusses what Congress is doing for, and to our profession during the COVID-19 crisis.

TO ATTEND: Visit the IEEE-USA Facebook page or the IEEE-USA YouTube Channel at 1 PM ET on every other Friday for the live stream. No registration required.

Title:
IEEE Cal Poly Pomona: Student Branch Chapters
Date:
September 17th
7:00 PM (2 days)
Location:
Pomona, CA
Abstract:

Meeting to discuss the organization and management of the Cal Poly Pomona Student Branch Chapters:

*Eta Kappa Nu
*Computer Society
*Communications Society
*Power & Energy Society  

Title:
IEEE CS Webinar: IEEE Oregon Section Technical Seminar - Systems Architecture with the emphasis on Functional Safety and Security Interoperability
Date:
September 17th
7:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Online Meeting
Abstract:

 

Guest Speaker:Alan Tatourian, Principal Engineer, Security Architect, Autonomous Transportation & Infrastructure Division, Intel Corporation

Presenting:Systems Architecture with the emphasis on Functional Safety and Security Interoperability

Venue:Online

When:Sep. 17th7-8 pm

Abstract:

In this talk I will focus on the integration of Functional Safety and Security into the Systems Engineering domain, both into its technical area and into the engineering management which are inseparable. I will describe history of safety and how to build systems resilient to failure, whether the failure is unintentional or caused with a malicious intent. Systems can be as big and complex as Space Shuttle or as small as a CPU. The concepts that I will present apply to all.

Title:
A MICROGRID WEBINAR SERIES: Introduction to Microgrids
Date:
September 17th
5:30 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Pullman, WA
Abstract:

Introduction to Microgrids Including Interver Based Resources

 

Microgrids are moving from niche applications to utilities systems. A brief introduction to microgrids, including basic concepts for control and operation will be provided. Inverter-based resources are seeing increased application in distribution systems, and their controls have an impact on microgrid operation. An overview of common inverter-based resources and voltage source converter topologies will be presented, with discussion of configurations for higher power applications. This will be followed by a discussion on commonly applied control schemes that can be used for grid following and grid forming operation, including how they respond to faults and other disturbances.

Title:
IEEE Brew with the Crew - September 17, 2020
Date:
September 17th
3:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Stockmans Restaurant - Snake River Landing
Idaho Falls, ID
Abstract:

The Instrumentation, Control and Intelligent Systems (ICIS) distinctive signature, in collaboration with the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the International Society of Automation (ISA), would like to invite anyone interested to "Brew with the Crew," an after-work event that will take place every third Thursday of the month at Stockman’s Restaurant in Idaho Falls (1175 Pier View Drive – Snake River Landing). The purpose of the meetings is to allow opportunity for instrumentation, control and intelligent systems researchers and practitioners to interact with others in their community, both inside and outside of INL. In this informal forum, people are not required to provide a documented presentation, but instead to share the nature of their research and interests and to possibly include some interesting stories along the way.

 

Title:
Virtual Opening Event: University District Catalyst Building
Date:
September 17th
1:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Link provided to registrants
Spokane, WA
Abstract:

IEEE Spokane is pleased to participate in the continuation of an ongoing collaborative effort that is putting Spokane’s University District on the world map for sustainable building development.   IEEE’s Spokane Smart Cities Series is launching its 2020 year of activity by joining a major virtual opening event welcoming the engineering community, including regional engineering students, to the new Catalyst Building.

You are invited to register soon for virtual debut of this long awaited project in the Spokane University District.  Catalyst is opening Thursday, Sept 17 at 1 pm, as the home of the newly created (July 2020) Eastern Washington University Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, plus several other EWU programs and building tenants.

The five-story Catalyst building, which opens 9/17 as one of the world’s largest zero energy buildings, is already noted for its cutting edge sustainable construction, based on innovative cross laminated timber (CLT).  The Catalyst campus will also host the neighboring central energy plant, which will feature advanced energy management capabilities for nearby buildings, including carefully optimized industrial control systems of considerable engineering interest.

 

Title:
Alaskan EVs: Benefits and Challenges
Date:
September 17th
12:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Wherever, AK
Abstract:

Due to COVID-19 precautions, this section meeting will be conducted via Zoom.

If you have been paying attention lately (as you probably have been), you might have noticed that there are more and more Teslas and other electric vehicles (EVs) on the road up here. Some of you might even be owners of EVs. This said, within the next several years, EVs are expected to compete favorably against conventional vehicles, but there are some associated challenges. Some obvious challenges have to do with charging infrastructure, as the some of the fast chargers are able to charge vehicles at a rate of several hundred kilowatts per hour and require liquid-cooled cables to make this happen. As you can imagine, any intermittent load like that is going to present some utility planning challenges. Other challenges have to do with our climate and the effects that this has on battery life and so forth.

At any rate, our presenters Dimitri Shein helped start the Alaska Electric Vehicle Association (AKEVA), a 501c3 dedicated to furthering electric vehicle (EV) adoption in Alaska. He will be presenting about the challenges and benefits of electric vehicles in Alaska.

 

Title:
Power Formula for LinkedIn Success (Free IEEE-USA Webinar)
Date:
September 17th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Washington, DC
Abstract:

This webinar has something for everyone. Whether you’re a social media novice or savvy user, you’ll come away with action steps that can produce immediate results. You’ll learn how to:

  • Use your experience and relationships to meet your business and career goals
  • Create a compelling profile that will help the right people find you
  • Successfully search for potential customers, employers, suppliers, employees, etc.
  • Effectively engage with LinkedIn members who can help you
  • Use hidden LinkedIn features to generate significant business opportunities

Everyone is marketing something—whether it’s yourself or your business. Don’t let another day pass without acquiring the knowledge you need to open doors and get dramatic results.

Title:
Virtual IEEE OC Computer Soc. & OC ACM Meeting "Secure Data-Sharing Among Connected Vehicles"
Date:
September 16th
6:50 PM (1.7 hours)
Location:
, CA
Abstract:
Zoom Virtual Event Details

This virtual seminar, featuring Dr. Syed Hassan Ahmed, will be: Integrating Named Data Networking in Connected Communities. 
Dr. Ahmed will briefly look at some of the challenges of the current Internet architecture. While the current architecture was designed for static uses, using the same architecture for mobililty has shown its limitations in the forms of attacks on reliability and privacy. There has been a great amount of research trying to redesign the host-centric nature of the Internet architecture, intersecting with the concept of Content Delivery Networks. Dr. Ahmed will look at one of the future Internet architectures known as Named Data Network (NDN).

Dr. Ahmed will also discuss his contributions to the field of Vehicular NDN. Finally, Dr. Ahmed will look at NDN’s applicability and an application use-case in terms of automating traffic violation ticketing using vehicular communications.

Speakers' Bio  Syed Hassan Ahmed (IEEE SM'18) is currently working at JMA Wireless as a Product Specialist for Distributed Antenna System (DAS), CBRS, and virtualized RAN product line. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Georgia Southern University, USA, where, he also founded Wireless Internet and Networking Systems (WINS) lab. Prior to this, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer EngineeringUniversity of Central Florida, Orlando, USA. Before moving to the United States, he completed his BS with honors in CS from Kohat University of Science & Technology (KUST), Pakistan and Master combined Ph.D. Degree from School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE), Kyungpook National University (KNU), Republic of Korea (South Korea). In summer 2015, he was also a visiting researcher at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA. Overall, he has authored/co-authored over 200 international publications including Journal articles, Conference Proceedings, Book Chapters, and 03 books. In 2016, his work on robust content retrieval in future vehicular networks lead him to win the Qualcomm Innovation Award at KNU, Korea. Dr. Hassan's research interests include Sensor and Ad hoc Networks, Cyber-Physical Systems, Vehicular Communications, and Future Internet. He has been an appointee of the Board of Governors of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society as liaison to IEEE Young Professionals society for the year 2018-2019. Since 2018, he is also an ACM Distinguished Speaker. Furthermore, Dr. Hassan is a Senior IEEE and ACM Professional member, served as a TPC Member or Reviewer in 100+ International Conferences and Workshops including IEEE Globecom, IEEE ICC, IEEE CCNC, IEEE ICNC, IEEE VTC, IEEE INFOCOM, ACM CoNEXT, ACM MobiHoc, ACM SAC, and many more. Furthermore, he has been reviewing papers for 30+ International Journals including IEEE Magazines on Wireless Communications, Networks, Communications, IEEE Communications Letters, IEEE Sensors Letters, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, Vehicular Technologies, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Big Data, and Mobile Computing. Moreover, Dr. Hassan has been an editorial member of more than 30 Special Issues with top-ranked journals in Communication Society and serving as an editorial board member of KSII Transactions on Internet & Information Systems, Wiley's Internet Technology Letters, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, IEEE Newsletters on Internet Initiative, Future Directions, and Software Defined Networks. Zoom Webinar Instructions for first timers

This will be a ZOOM Webinar. Instructions:
1) Register usinng the External Event link below.
2) Upon completion, and on the same page as the registration, you will get a link to the meeting. [You can also add it to your calendar.]
3) Click on this link to open the webinar.
Title:
Building 5G/SATCOM Phased-Arrays and UaV-Detection Radars Using Low-Cost Silicon Technologies.
Date:
September 16th
6:30 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Online Webinar
Abstract:

Register using the link given in the Registration Section to receive Zoom conference details, via email, a few hours before the event.  You can also watch the talk live on Facebook Live on the MTT-S Facebook page.

Title:
IEEE Central Coast Event - 16 September 2020 @ 6:30PM
Date:
September 16th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Goleta
Abstract:

Greetings, Please register for Event now. Use link below to access Zoom on Sep 16 @ 6:15PM.

https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/97082355848?pwd=MllINC9rU3VRRjFIMWIrMGt2TnMvUT09  

Professor Theogarajan's talk is sure to be enlightening.

Best regards, Ruth Franklin IEEE Central Coast Chair

Title:
Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM
Date:
September 16th
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

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

Title:
IEEE Eastern Idaho ExCom September 16, 2020
Date:
September 16th
4:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Tommy Vaughn's Grill
Blackfoot, ID
Abstract:

This is the regular meeting to coordinate the section.

Title:
SCV SSIT Chapter Meeting--imaginary trolleys, real people and true safety design for autonomous vehicles
Date:
September 16th
12:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
San Jose, CA
Abstract:

Autonomous vehicles have the potential to transform not just the technology but the sociology of our roads. The public has been captivated by the question of how these vehicles will solve ethical dilemmas. One broad school of effort uses "trolley problems" -- thought experiments where an AV must choose who to hurt -- as a method for thinking about how AVs should behave. But in the real world, are trolley problems the right way to think about safety? Or are they simultaneously too pessimistic and too optimistic, vastly underestimating the risk of certain failure modes while focusing attention on overwhelmingly unlikely and avoidable failures? I argue the latter, and present a framework for thinking in a practical, deployment oriented way about how AVs should behave around humans.

Title:
The Early Development of Nuclear Forensics: A Personal View
Date:
September 16th
11:30 AM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Virtual meeting
Oakland /East Bay Section area, CA
Abstract:

Join us for a virtual luncheon meetilng  to hear Dr. Sid Niemeyer present highlights of the early history of nuclear forensics .

 

Title:
Magnetization Dynamics and Damping
Date:
September 15th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:
September 15 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm PDT

Tim Mewes (2020 IEEE Magnetics Distinguished Lecturer)

University of Alabama, USA

The dynamics and the damping of magnetization are of paramount importance to understand and predict the properties of magnetic materials used in a variety of applications. For example, spin-transfer torque magnetic random-access memory cells (STT-MRAM) are expected to switch fast, reliably, and with low power consumption, which requires low damping materials. New spintronic devices based on magnetic skyrmions, which also demand precise control of the magnetization dynamics, are another example. The Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation of motion [1, 2] and extensions thereof [3] have been extremely successful in enabling predictions of the magnetization dynamics of materials both analytically and using micromagnetic simulations. Experimentally the magnetization dynamics can be elegantly probed in the frequency domain using ferromagnetic resonance (FMR). Recent progress in broadband ferromagnetic resonance techniques have provided valuable new insights in the magnetization dynamics and the damping mechanisms of magnetic materials.

In this lecture, I will introduce the fundamentals of magnetization dynamics and damping. I will discuss their importance for many applications, including hard drive read heads, spin-transfer torque magnetic random-access memories and new skyrmions based devices. I will talk about various mechanisms that can contribute to the damping of the magnetization in thin films including spin-orbit relaxation, spin pumping, and two-magnon scattering. The presentation will show how recent developments in broadband ferromagnetic resonance enable precise measurements of the dynamics and damping in thin magnetic films and multilayers especially when combined with angle and temperature dependent measurements [4]. This will include a discussion of the recently discovered anisotropic damping in exchange biased films [5, 6].

https://www.ieeemagnetics.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=299:tim-mewes&catid=85:2020-distinguished-lectures&Itemid=191

Title:
COMSOC: Overview of CBRS Standards and Commercialization of OnGo 4G and 5G Services
Date:
September 15th
5:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Portland
Abstract:

OnGo has lighted up a new trail in spectrum policy opening tremendous new market opportunities along the way for traditional operators and new entrants alike. The novel approach to spectrum sharing opened doors to 150 MHz of favorable spectrum for mobile communications in CBRS 3.5 GHz band enabling both in-building wireless and outdoor mobile coverage and capacity expansion at a lower cost. A sizeable swath of prime spectrum, a new innovative flexible spectrum licensing regime, and a growing OnGo ecosystem supported by major operators and several new players bodes well for technology and business innovations in the 3.5 GHz band.

The Federal Communications Commission earlier this year authorized commercialization of OnGo services unlocking the 3.5GHz CBRS band setting in motion a novel approach to deliver faster, more reliable cellular data connectivity for compatible devices. The FCC has further issued a Public Notice to auction Priority Access Licenses in the 3.5 GHz band to begin July 23, 2020, for increased investment and deployment in the mid-band spectrum for 5G.  

This presentation will provide an update of the current status of the CBRS Standards, an overview of the coexistence mechanisms adopted for shared spectrum, commercialization and deployment of OnGo Services and the Market traction of pertinent use cases. The presentation will also cover the market adoption of different CBRS business models for enterprises in Private networks and Neutral hosts.

Biography

Rao Yallapragada is a Program Director of Advanced Technologies at Intel Corporation with a primary focus on new innovations in Wireless Communications. As a wireless industry professional, he has a distinguished career in product development and management. Rao’s current focus is with new initiatives in 5G based Distributed Computing and Connectivity technologies particularly targeted to major industry verticals. He also serves as a Vice-Chairman of the Board of the CBRS Alliance and as Board of Directors at 5G Americas.

Previously, as part of Qualcomm’s Research division, Dr. Yallapragada held several technical leadership positions in Qualcomm in the areas of Wireless system design and SoC product development. He made significant contributions to the development of HSPA, LTE and 1xEV technologies and products ranging from device modems to small cells.

Dr. Yallapragada published several academic papers and holds several patents in wireless communications. Dr. Yallapragada received his Ph.D. and Masters in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, and holds an MBA from the University of Southern California.

Title:
Title: Grid Control Centers – Past, Present and Future
Date:
September 15th
12:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Portland
Abstract:

Abstract: The first digital grid control centers were installed in the 1960s with supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) being accomplished with digital signals over communication lines connected to a central control center. The improvements in computer technology allowed more sophisticated applications at the control center resulting in the modern Energy Management Systems (EMS). With computing and communication becoming cheaper the same technologies could be applied to distribution level control centers resulting in the proliferation of DMS. Better measurement systems are now adding phasor measurements to the EMS and smart meter data from individual customers (AMI) to the DMS. As the information technologies continue improving the potential for more powerful applications to operate and control the rapidly changing grid also increases.

Title:
IEEE Cal Poly Pomona Student Branch - Second General Meeting + Internship Panel
Date:
September 15th
12:00 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Pomona, CA
Abstract:

Join IEEE | CPP for our Second General Meeting! We will be going over some of the events coming up, as well as CPP's annual Career Fair. We will also be joined by four interns who will answer some of the questions you ask ourself about internships!

Title:
Position Tracking using Computer Vision
Date:
September 15th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Washington State University researchers are working on a computer vision assisted tracking methodology to support tank integrity data collection. The proposed methods identify stationary (fixed) features in the air slot environment and utilize computer vision tools to predict a relative change of position of the prototype sample collection vehicle.

The existing position tracking technique for the RAVIS includes a cable encoder which may experience an accumulation of error and moments of interruption. A secondary tracking system can serve to both confirm the accuracy of the cable encoder and provide a backup system. The proposed backup system utilizes two sensor data streams a laser range finder and video cameras. This research is at an early stage exploring camera calibration, position triangulation methods, feature selection and tracking from the visual data streams.

Title:
IEEE HAWAII EXCOM MEETING from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM online
Date:
September 14th
9:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

 September 2020 ExCom for the Hawaii Section.

Title:
Consultants Network of San Diego: “What really matters in cyber Security nowadays?” - Mike Davis
Date:
September 14th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Please see the AGENDA item below "How To Attend this Meeting" for information
(Virtual Meeting) San Diego, CA
Abstract:

Monday, September 14, 2020

With all the news on cyber security attacks, ransomware, data breaches, etc, how do we simplify all that "FUD" (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt = scare tactics) into what really matters, and what's a reasonable security posture to aim for... and who says so?
At our meeting next Monday, our speaker will provide his perspectives on all that, references, etc. - plus offer helpful resources in a variety of cyber risk areas. In the meantime, you can get a head start on the topic reviewing the two articles below.

Cyber risk, what really matters?

Cyber Security Risk, what does a “reasonable” posture entail, and who says so?


Bio:

Mike Davis is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in alliantgroup’s Houston national office. As the CISO he operationalizes Data Security, Privacy Compliance, & Risk Management while advising leadership on protecting critical information resources and managing an enterprise cyber security portfolio. Mike and his security team’s mission includes executing a risk based security strategy that supports enabling the company’s success objectives by securing and protecting both sensitive company and client information and resources.

Before joining alliantgroup, Mike was the CISO of a large global maritime classification company. He is an experienced cyber security professional with 25+ years in several environments (commercial, military and government) and diverse leadership positions: CISO, Senior Cyber Technical Authority, Cyber Security / Risk management consultant, Cyber Program Manager, Chief Systems Engineer, among others (Nuclear power plant manager for example). Mike is also a retired U.S. Navy Engineering Duty Officer and Federal Government employee (GS-15).

Mike supports several professional associations: the FBI InfraGard, IEEE (Life Member), and ISSA/ISC2, among several others. His certifications are: CISSP, CISO, and Systems Engineering, along with senior qualifications in Program Management and Risk Management, and holds a MS in Electrical Engineering and a MA in Management.

 

 

Title:
Virtual Region 6 Southwest Area Meeting, Fall 2020
Date:
September 12th
8:30 AM (7.5 hours)
Abstract:

2020 Fall Area meeting for SWA IEEE Sections.

Due to the expanded Coronavirus issues,  the Southwest Area Fall Meeting is replaced by  virtual event. 
Region-wide Student Officer Training  will be held virtually later in Sept, but we are looking to provide some brief Student Officer Training at this meeting.

If you haven't already done so, please register below so we have an accurate headcount for planning!

Location: IEEE Google Hangouts & Google Drive: Join with Google Meet

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Title:
IEEE EMBS Phoenix Chapter Meeting
Date:
September 11th
12:00 PM (0 minute)
Location:
Phoenix, AZ
Abstract:

Monthly officer meeting to discuss status and plan future events.

Title:
IEEE OC Section ExCom Meeting - September 10, 2020 MOVED ON-LINE
Date:
September 10th
6:24 PM (2 hours)
Location:
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 receive the meeting login information. Routine attendance is required to qualify for your chapter annual IEEE rebate.

To AVOID unauthorized attendance you MUST REGISTER for this event so that you can be sent the meeting link.

 

  

Title:
IEEE Cal Poly Pomona Student Branch - Projects/Workshop Seminar
Date:
September 10th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Pomona, CA
Abstract:

Join IEEE | CPP, we will be going over the wrkshops and projects we have planned for the Fall Semester. 

Title:
Packaging of Electronics for Medical, Health and Wearables Applications [Chapter of the Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap]
Date:
September 10th
8:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

 REGISTER ONLY AT - ie NOT at this site/ vTools

www.cpmt.org/scv/?p=1219   until Sep 9 2020

eps.ieee.org/education/eps-webinars.html     day of webinar 

There is increasing interest in wireless medical and health monitoring. The adoption and continued innovation in flexible hybrid electronics is expected to drive this industry in the years to come — greater functionality in thinner and smaller spaces for both medical-grade and consumer-grade-based health monitors, as well as implantable and other medical devices. While traditional medical electronics may remain conservative in design, the adoption of flexible hybrid electronics for wearables that significantly advance packaging and assembly technologies are in the early stages. The integration of a variety of components and die (including thinned and unpackaged processors, memory, sensors, MEMS, RF, optical, power sources, etc.), together with printed circuits on thin flexible substrates, will create the next generation of wearable medical systems. Many new materials, assembly methods and applications are now demonstrated in the literature.
This presentation will describe these technologies including the target applications, the materials, deposition methods, components, device integration and reliability. It will discuss trends and challenges expected in the coming years.

Title:
CANCELLED! SEPT SESSION: How to be an effective IEEE Volunteer (vTools, CLE, VoLT, ILN & Collabratec Training)?
Date:
September 9th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

If you an Section/Chapter/Affinity/SIG/Council Officer or aspire to be one, this training is a MUST for you!!!

vTools & Collabratec Training (over WebEx)

  

Wednesday, Jun 19, 2019 5:00 pm | 2 hours | (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

WEBEX details will be emailed separately to all registrants.

 

 This IEEE volunteer tools (vtools) site [http://http://sites.ieee.org/vtools/] provides information on a wide range of tools developed by volunteers for IEEE members and IEEE volunteers.  The toolbox simplifies organizational efforts and administration by offering web-based software in order to reduce time spent on managing local activities and to assist in member development.

Title:
Foothill Section OpCom Meeting September 2020
Date:
September 8th
6:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
San Bernardino, CA
Abstract:

IEEE Foothill Section's monthly Executive and Operations Committee meeting.

Title:
IEEE Cal Poly Pomona Student Branch - Meet w/ the Industry
Date:
September 8th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Pomona, CA
Abstract:

Join IEEE | CPP for a talk with the Industry. We will be joined by David González, the current Chair of the IEEE Foothill Section.

Title:
Special executive meeting-discussion of recommendations for section meeting in Ottawa
Date:
September 8th
11:00 AM (5 days)
Location:
Los Alamos, NM
Abstract:

Discussion of recommendations for the meeting of the sections in Ottawa

Title:
Special executive meeting-discussion of recommendations for section meeting in Ottawa
Date:
September 8th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Los Alamos, NM
Abstract:

Discussion of recommendations for the meeting of the sections in Ottawa

Title:
Non-Resonating Modes Do It Better!
Date:
September 8th
9:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Woodland Hills, CA
Abstract:

Dr. Simone Bastioli

The innovative concept of nonresonating modes and how this has been recently exploited to extend the performance and capabilities of the state-of-art of microwave filter technology will be presented in this talk. Although the concept is presented by mostly focusing on filters, as these are the components where this new technique has found large application over the past few years, all general features are explained and illustrated in detail thus potentially paving the way for new applications involving other passive microwave components. After a brief discussion highlighting the importance of microwave filters from a system perspective, the main concept of the talk will be introduced by defining what is a nonresonating mode and by illustrating what are the benefits of this approach. The concept is then gradually explained by using some waveguide as well as planar SIW examples, as the rectangular waveguide technology is where these modes were first observed; most importantly, these examples have been proved to considerably ease the understanding of the concepts from both students and non-experts perspectives. The general multimode environment of these structures is described step-by-step and several animations are introduced during the explanation thus really allowing the audience to absorb the more general multimode concept that otherwise often remain an obscure myth for many microwave engineers. The presentation is then extended to the most various filter technologies, such as conventional coaxial structures, dielectric resonators based architectures, as well as more original mixed technologies. The presentation will also cover few examples regarding different applications such as three-port junctions for duplexing purposes, and showing how actually some well-established four-port components have indeed always “unconsciously” exploited some form of nonresonating modes. Several manufacturing examples of actual products developed at RS Microwave (Dr Bastioli‘s affiliation) are going to be presented along this talk, thus also satisfying the more practical taste of an industry audience.

Title:
New Opportunities for EE Careers in the Aerospace Industry
Date:
September 5th
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Sorenson's Molecular Biotechnology Building
Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract:

We hope you are all well and healthy. The year has been a challenge but with challenge comes opportunity to succeed. We have our first event in person and streamed coming up in a week or two here in September. We have a speaker from SpaceX, Dr Poliskie, coming to discuss opportunities for electrical engineers in the aerospace industry.

This talk will explore the historical trends and new opportunities for electronics engineers in the Aerospace Industry. The Industry has gone through boom and bust cycles connected to government funding and shifting national priorities. Most recently, the singing of Space Policy Directive 1 on December 11, 2017, and the successful emergence of US commercial space flights on May 30, 2020, has renewed interest in space exploration in the US.  Based on proceedings from the International Astronautical Congress, space exploration is of global interest for a number of government agencies and private companies. This increase in international interest is creating widespread opportunities for young professions with electronic engineering skills.

Title:
IEEE Foothill Section Officer Training
Date:
September 5th
2:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Ontario, CA
Abstract:

Training session for all IEEE Foothill Section Officers, Student Branch Officers, and Chapter & Affinity Group Chairs.

Title:
IEEE Foothill Consultant's Network Meeting
Date:
September 2nd
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Chino, CA
Abstract:

Monthly meeting of IEEE Foothill Consultant's Network

Title:
Oregon - Heterogeneous System Component Integration with Nanopackaging
Date:
September 2nd
4:50 PM (1.2 hours)
Abstract:

Joint Technical Seminar Program: IEEE Nano & Joint EPS/CAS Oregon Chapters

IEEE/Nanotechnology Council Distinguished Lecture

"Heterogeneous System Component Integration with Nanopackaging"

with

P M Raj, Associate Professor Florida International University

Date/Time: September 2nd, 2020 5-6 PM PT

Location: Virtual (WEBEX)

Title:
Every Team Can Innovate
Date:
September 1st
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88283821499
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

In this hands-on Session, Vibhu Srinivasan, an Agile thought leader and Director of Accenture's Seattle Innovation Hub will introduce concepts from Design Thinking, Lean product development and Agile Product management techniques to work together to build products.  

Learn the techniques to empower teams, so that they can be innovative as they do their work . Recently Gartner published this picture that shows in theory how Design Thinking , Lean Startup  

Join Vibhu,  in this session as he unravels how these techniques actually work together to facilitate Product Discovery and Product Development in unison. This session will be practical in nature with examples of actual work that is done today.

Key Takeaways:

  • Explore the definition of Innovation and types of Innovation 
  • Learn how innovation can happen by using techniques from Design thinking
  • Learn Key concepts from Design thinking and Lean Startup.
  • Using Design Sprints as a way to use the discovery process
  • Lean Agile mindset as a way of working and how it influences Innovation
  • Learn why Storytelling is a technique to influence innovation. 
  • Practice design thinking by working in small teams by doing an activity
  • Lean How dual track agile can help discovery and development in sync
  • In this time of virtual work, how can we do these techniques virtually. 
  • Learn what you can do to further deepen these concepts

You will leave with clear appreciation of the tools in the toolbox needed to have every team in the world innovate and delight customers.

This will be a workshop style 90-minute long immersive session.

Pre Reading: 
Please take the time to go through this Stanford D School webinar on Design Thinking. This will help you be more productive in this session.  

Stanford Webinar - Design Thinking = Method, Not Magic - https://youtu.be/vSuK2C89yjA

Title:
IEEE Cal Poly Pomona Student Branch -- General Meeting
Date:
September 1st
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Pomona, CA
Abstract:

First General Meeting for academic year 2020-2021. 

Title:
IEEE Officers meeting - Planning around COVID
Date:
September 1st
12:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Metals sports Bar
Butte, MT
Abstract:

IEEE Officers meeting to discuss the plan for Fall 2020 and navigating COVID

Title:
Albuquerque IEEE August 2020 Section Board Meeting
Date:
September 1st
10:30 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
WebEx
Albuquerque, NM
Abstract:

Monthly section meeting. Meeting Place: WebEX Discussed: (1) Public Lecture Series, (2) Life Members, (3) Sigma Xi, (4) WIE, (5) Educational Activities, and (6) New Mexico's Role on Global Warming. Minutes maintained by Lee Gill.
 

Title:
Buenaventura Section OpCom Meeting
Date:
August 31st
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
545 Green Mountain St
Simi Valley, CA
Abstract:

Buenaventura Section Operating Committee Meeting

Minutes will be posted on section web site: http://www.ieee-bv.org/section/opcom-minutes/

Title:
OC EMBS: Regulatory Framework for Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) and Medical Device Software (2020 and Covid-19 Pandemic Update)
Date:
August 31st
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

SPEAKER: Luis Jimenez

The rapidly changing technologies and access to software through connected platforms have blurred the lines between consumer and medical products. This has historically resulted in some challenges for healthcare regulators and industry to recognize software as medical devices (SaMDs) and applicable regulatory requirements. The COVID-19 pandemic has also affected these products in more than one way including: demand, regulatory deadlines and overall impact to healthcare.

 

During this presentation we will cover:

- Impact that Covid-19 is having to these types of devices and possible Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) pathways

- Specific regulatory challenges that the non-physical nature of software raises

- Review of the definition and distinction between a SaMD and medical device software

- International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF) recent developments

- EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) required changes

- Discussion of FDA’s pre-certification program for SaMD development

- Requirements for Quality Management System and key characteristics for SaMDs

- Review of IEC 62304- Software Lifecycle Process Standard and key considerations for Design History File

- Clinical Evaluation considerations of SaMDs

 

Throughout the presentation, we will highlight recent regulatory changes as they apply to Medical Device software and how businesses can best prepare for upcoming regulatory submissions.

Title:
IEEE Foothill Section Senior Management Meeting
Date:
August 31st
6:00 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Ontario, CA
Abstract:

Meeting called specifically for the IEEE Foothill Section's Executive Committee to discuss organization, bylaws, and meeting structure.

Title:
IEEE-USA Virtual Awards Ceremony (Live Stream)
Date:
August 31st
5:00 PM (0 minute)
Location:
Washington, DC
Abstract:
IEEE-USA’s prestigious awards ceremony will be streamed live online this year, featuring video appearances from the 2019 award recipients, nominators and board members. Catch the premiere on Facebook or YouTube on Monday, 31 August at 8:00 pm ET.

These annual awards celebrate professionalism, technical achievements and literary contributions to public awareness and understanding of the engineering profession in the United States.
Title:
"Hardware Security Primitives at a Glance," CASS-SCV Online Lecture Event Dr. Fatemeh Tehranipoor, Electrical and Computer Engineering , Santa Clara University
Date:
August 27th
7:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
San Jose, CA
Abstract:
"Hardware Security Primitives at a Glance," CASS-SCV Online Lecture EventDr. Fatemeh Tehranipoor, Electrical and Computer Engineering , Santa Clara UniversityEvent Organized By:

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

Co-sponsors:

Solid-State Circuits Society(SSCS)

Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT

Communication Society (ComSoc)

Signal Processing Society(SPS)

PROGRAM:

6:55 - 7:00 PM Intro7:00 - 7:50 PM Lecture 7:50 - 8:00 PM Q&A/Adjourn

Abstract:

In recent years, security has grown into a critical issue in modern information systems. Electronic hardware security, in particular, has emerged as one of the most serious challenges due to electronic devices penetrating every aspect of our society. Furthermore, due to the trend in globalization, system integrators have had to deal with integrated circuit (IC)/intellectual property (IP) counterfeiting more than ever. These counterfeit hardware devices have driven the need for more secure chip authentication, since traditional ID or key storage have been demonstrated to be vulnerable to various kinds of attacks. In addition, due to the need for highly secure electronic information systems, almost every important and valuable document or piece of data is stored/transferred in some type of encrypted form to prevent attackers from compromising privacy or stealing information for nefarious uses. High entropy random numbers from physical sources are a critical component in authentication and encryption processes within secure systems. Secure encryption is dependent on sources of truly random numbers for generating keys, and there is a need for an on chip random number generator to achieve adequate security. In this talk, I present several methodologies of hardware based unique and random functions (hardware security primitives) in order to address the vulnerability issues and enhance the security of ICs.

Bio:

Dr. Sara Tehranipoor is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Santa Clara University (SCU), joined Fall 2019. Previously, she was an Assistant Professor of Engineering at the San Francisco State University for two years from 2017 to 2019. She received her Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Connecticut, in July 2017. Her research interests include Hardware Security, Internet-of-Things (IoT) Security, and Embedded Systems. She received the “Best Technical Paper Award” in the 30th International Conference on VLSI Design (VLSID) & 16th International Conference on Embedded Systems. She is currently serving as an associate editor for IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine.

Zoom Broadcast:

Meeting starts at 7PM PST. Please mute your mics and shut off your cameras during the meeting.

Topic: CASS Lecture Event: Hardware Security Primitives at a Glance

Time: Aug 27, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8132538337

Meeting ID: 813 253 8337

Lecture will be broadcast live on Zoom and recorded. Please register to receive Zoom conference details one day before the event.

Admission Fee:

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Title:
High-Resolution 3D Microwave Imaging Using an Optically Tracked Linear Array
Date:
August 27th
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Active three-dimensional microwave or millimeter-wave imaging is typically performed using a linear array that is mechanically scanned over a uniform planar or cylindrical aperture. However, an image can also be formed with a linear array that is scanned over a non-uniform irregular aperture. This requires that the precise position of the array be known for each radar sample. This talk explores high-resolution 3D microwave imaging of stationary targets using an optically tracked manually scanned linear array. The image reconstruction techniques necessary to account for a non-uniform irregular aperture are also developed.

Title:
Center for Adv Signal and Imaging Sciences (CASIS) Workshop
Date:
August 27th
1:00 PM (3 hours)
Abstract:

CASIS workshop

Title:
Piezoelectric Films for Microelectromechanical Systems
Date:
August 26th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
San Jose, CA
Abstract:

Abstract

Piezoelectric thin films are of increasing interest in low voltage microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) for sensing, actuation, and energy harvesting. They also serve as model systems to study fundamental behavior in piezoelectrics. The seminar will discuss how materials are optimized for these applications, as well as examples of the use of piezoelectric films over a wide range of length scales. The key figures of merit for actuators and energy harvesting will be discussed, with emphasis on how to achieve these on practical substrates. For example, control of the domain structure of the ferroelectric material allows the energy harvesting figure of merit for the piezoelectric layer to be increased by factors of 4 – 10. Likewise, control of crystallographic orientation and substrate clamping enables large increases in the figure of merit for actuators. To illustrate the functionality of these films, examples of integration into MEMS structures will also be discussed, including adaptive optics for X-ray telescopes, low frequency and non-resonant piezoelectric energy harvesting devices, and piezoelectronic transistors as a potential replacement for CMOS electronics.

Title:
SCV SSIT Chapter Meeting--Urban Poverty Meets Complexity Science
Date:
August 26th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Online
San Jose, CA
Abstract:

August meeting of the SCV SSIT Chapter featureing Daniel Lottis as the speaker

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