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20 meetings

Title:
How to Start a Local IEEE Consultants Network
Date:
September 26th
8:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Washington, DC
Abstract:

Have you ever considered branching out and becoming an independent consultant? With the onset of COVID-19 and the ensuing job loss we believe more people are considering consulting. In addition to those IEEE members affected by COVID, there are over 3000 members in Regions 1-6 subscribed to our IEEE Consultants Network service. This shows that there is strong interest from members across IEEE in learning about becoming an independent consultant.

The Alliance of IEEE Consultants' Networks Coordinating Committee's (AICNCC) main way of educating IEEE members on consulting is through the establishment of local consultant networks/affinity groups. So the AICNCC is inviting all members interested in consulting to attend our webinar “How to Start an IEEE local Consultants Network” on 26 September 2020 at 11:00 AM EDT. The presenter is past IEEE-USA President Gary Blank. Over the years, Gary has participated in the start of several consultants networks. The webinar will focus on:

  • Getting Started/Gathering Support
  • Meeting Topics
  • Becoming an Affinity Group
Title:
IEEE Phoenix Section Annual Banquet 2020
Date:
September 26th
5:00 PM (5 hours)
Location:
Phoenix Airport Marriott
Phoenix, AZ
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

The IEEE Phoenix Section is holding an Annual Banquet on Saturday, September 26th, 2020, from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM at Phoenix Airport Marriott Arizona Ballroom located at 1101 N. 44th Street, Phoenix, Arizona – 85008 (Tel: 602-273-7373).

The focus of annual banquet is to:

1. Showcase IEEE and Phoenix Section Activities

2. Provide a forum for member networking

3. Timely Keynote presentation

4. Recognize contributions of members, non-members, faculty, students, and corporations

5. Present student scholarship awards

6. Acknowledge the work of section officers and volunteers.

PLEASE NOTE:

1. Banquet registration opened on Monday, February 17th, 2020 and ends on Sunday, September 20th, 2020, to meet hotel requirements. No Exceptions will be made.

2. Very important note: all attendees must register individually. Do not use "add another guest" link.

3. IEEE under-graduate student members must register as IEEE under-graduate student members. Their guests should register as IEEE student member guests.

4. IEEE graduate student members must register as IEEE graduate student members. Their guests should register as IEEE student member guests.

5. Guest of an attendee should mention the name of attendee in the special request box of the guest registration category chosen.

6. All IEEE Member attendees should provide their section, society chapter, affinity group or student branch affiliation in the special request box if applicable.

7. IEEE Member attendees not affiliaited with any section, society chapter, affinity group or student branch should mention as individual attendees in the special request box.

8. Corporations providing the "corporate sponsorship" in one installment of 00 using the credit card in support of the banquet should pay the sponsorship using the "corporate sponsorship includes dinner table for ten 00" registration category. The corporation name should be mentioned in the special request box. Name and other information for the first attendee can be given here. All other attendees information related to a corporate sponsorship should be provided individually using the "corporate sponsorship dinner table for ten attendees" registration category and the corporation name should be mentioned in the special request box.

9. Corporations providing the "corporate sponsorship" in two installments of 00 each using credit card in support of the banquet should pay the sponsorship using the "corporate sponsorship includes dinner table for ten 00" registration category. The corporation name should be mentioned in the special request box. Name and other information for the first and second attendees can be given here for each 00 payment. All other attendees information related to a corporate sponsorship should be provided individually using the "corporate sponsorship dinner table for ten attendees {jumi [vtools-xml.php] url[asc/6]}.00" registration category and the corporation name should be mentioned in the special request box.

10. Future city competition attendees should register as "future city competition dinner table for ten attendees". Attendee should mention if they are attending as student team member, teacher, engineer mentor, and guest in the special request box. Guest should also mention the future city team member or teacher or engineer mentor name for whom they are accompanying as a guest.

11. IEEE society chapters registering for a dinner table for ten should register using "IEEE society chapter dinner table for ten" category and pay 750 USD by Paypal as well as mention the society chapter name in the special request box. Name and other information for the first attendee can be listed here. Other attendees information should be submitted individually using the registration category "IEEE society chapter dinner table for ten attendee" and should mention in the special request box the society chapter name.

12. IEEE affinity groups registering for a dinner table for ten should register using "IEEE affinity group dinner table for ten" category and pay 750 USD by paypal as well as mention the affinity group name in the special request box. Name and other information for the first attendee can be listed here. Other attendees information should be submitted individually using the registration category "IEEE affinity group dinner table for ten attendee" and should mention in the special request box the affinity group name.

13. IEEE student branches and student branch chapters registering for a dinner table for ten should register using "IEEE student branch table for ten" category and pay 650 USD by paypal as well as mention the student branch name in the special request box. Name and other information for the first attendee can be listed here. Other attendees information should be submitted individually using the registration category "IEEE student branch dinner table for ten attendee" and should mention in the special request box the student branch name. This table for ten accommodates only the IEEE student members and not their guests. Each guest attending with a student pays .00.

14. Non-IEEE member attendees should register by selecting "non-IEEE member attendee" registration category. The guests of the "non-IEEE member attendee" should register by selecting "non-IEEE member attendee guest" registration category and should mention the non-IEEE member attendee name in the special request box.

15. IEEE phoenix section student scholarship award recipients should register using "IEEE phoenix section student scholarship award recipient" category. A guest of the scholarship award recipient should register using "IEEE Phoenix Section Student Scholarship Award Recipient Guest" category and mention the award recipient name in the special request box.

16. "IEEE phoenix section guest registration" category is limited only to the invited guests of the IEEE phoenix section. No one else should use this registration category - registration will be cancelled by site administrator.

17. Contributors to the "Student Scholarship Endowment Fund" should choose the category "Student Scholarship Endowment Fund - 1000.00 USD" and select "No Dinner Required" for menu. All other required fields should be completed. In the special request box the contributor's name should be mentioned. 

Title:
September 2020 IEEE Luncheon - Septic Treatment control system
Date:
September 29th
11:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Metals sports Bar
Butte, MT
Abstract:

Steve Anderson from SepticNET will be discussing septic treatment technology and how it relies on electrical controls to work efficiently.

Title:
IEEE SPS Chapter Technical Meeting (Speaker: Prof. Houssam Abbas, Oregon State Univ)
Date:
October 2nd
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE SPS Chapter hosts a research talk by Prof. Houssam Abbas (School of EECS, Oregon State University). Please join the talk using the Zoom meeting information attached below (note that the Zoom meeting has a password).

Title: Logical Signal Processing: a Fourier Analysis of Temporal Logic

Abstract: Temporal logic is a mathematical language for describing the properties of computer and dynamical systems, and has found wide use in the verification and control of cyber-physical systems. It is obtained by adding temporal modalities to classical boolean logic. In this work we seek to re-cast temporal logic and its various uses as "just another signal processing operation", which is essential for the study of Cyber-Physical Systems. Specifically, we ask: What is the frequency content of temporal logic formulas? That is, when we monitor a signal against a formula, which frequency bands of the signal are relevant to the logic, and which can be safely discarded? To answer this question, we focus on monitors that measure the robustness of a signal relative to a specification in Signal Temporal Logic. We prove that robustness monitors can be modeled using Volterra series. We then study the Fourier transforms of these Volterra representations, and provide a method to derive the Fourier transforms of entire formulas. Experiments illustrate these results. Beyond compression, this work enables a common formalism to study both logical and non-logical operations in the frequency domain, which we refer to as Logical Signal Processing. 

Speaker Bio: Houssam Abbas received the Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Arizona State University. From 2006 to 2014, he worked as a CAD engineer in the SoC Verification Group in Intel. In that role, he developed software tools and methods for SoC verification and testing, including formal verification and coverage-based testing, and for the verification of low-power digital designs. In 2015 he joined the ESE department at the University of Pennsylvania as a research postdoc. While at Penn, he co-lead the F1/10 autonomous racing effort which has grown into an international competition. He also developed a semester-long hands-on class to build, program, and race self-driving cars, with all material at f1tenth.org. In January 2019, Houssam joined the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University as an assistant professor. 

 

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Topic: IEEE SPS Chapter Meeting (Speaker: Prof. Houssam Abbas)
Time: Oct 2, 2020 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Title:
Region 6 Fall Central Area Meeting Fall Virtual/Zoom Meeting Oct 3rd
Date:
October 3rd
12:00 PM (4.5 hours)
Location:
San Jose, CA
Abstract:

Central Area Fall 2020 Section & Student Training to be with student poster/powerpoint presentation competition.  Due to COVID-19 this will be Virtual/Zoom.

Title:
IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Utah Chapter Fall 2020 Conference
Date:
October 5th
1:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Provo
Abstract:

This is a virtual meeting for the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Utah Chapter Fall 2020 Conference. The dial-in instructions are below.

Communication Technologies for Emerging Low-Power Internet-of-Things Applications

Abstract: Emerging Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices for use in smart homes, wearable systems, industrial monitoring, smart cities, and beyond all require robust yet low-power wireless communications. Unfortunately, most current wireless standards do not intrinsically support low-power operation due to strict requirements on modulation formats, data rates, linearity, packet overheads, and so on. These restrictions impose minimum power consumption requirements for cellular standards (e.g., GSM, LTE, and 5G) and WiFi, but also surprisingly limit the ability of supposedly low-power standards (e.g., Bluetooth Low Energy and Narrowband-IoT) from reaching new application-enabling power levels. This presentation will outline the major challenges facing power reduction in modern wireless systems, and will describe several possible solutions to these challenges. Specifically, we will explore the use of wake-up receivers as a means to reduce the power overhead of between-node synchronization, including a look at a recent design operating at 9GHz. Then, we will discuss a variety of alternative communication schemes that can help to reduce the power of communication in WiFi and body-area-network systems by >1,000x through use of WiFi-compliant backscatter communication and magnetic human body communication systems, respectively. We will then introduce new circuit design techniques based on a topologically-derived “digitally-replaced analog” paradigm towards the implementation of efficient Li-ion-battery-connected RF power amplifiers for high-performance wireless systems.

 

Bio: Patrick Mercier is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and co-founder/co-director of the Center for Wearable Sensors at UC San Diego. He received his B.Sc. degree from the University of Alberta, Canada, in 2006, and the S.M. and Ph.D. degrees from MIT in 2008 and 2012, respectively. Prof. Mercier has received numerous awards, including the San Diego Engineering Council Outstanding Engineer Award in 2020, a National Academy of Engineering Frontiers of Engineering Speaker in 2019, the NSF CAREER Award in 2018, the Biocom Catalyst Award in 2017, the UCSD Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award in 2016, the DARPA Young Faculty Award in 2015, the Beckman Young Investigator Award in 2015, The Hellman Fellowship Award in 2014, the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) Jack Kilby Award in 2010, amongst others. He has published over 130 peer-reviewed papers in venues such as Nature Biotechnology, Nature Communications, ISSCC (17 papers), Advanced Science, and others. He is an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems and the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Letters, is a member of the ISSCC, CICC, and VLSI Technical Program Committees, and has co-edited three books: High-Density Integrated Electrocortical Neural Interfaces (Elsevier Academic Press, 2019), Power Management Integrated Circuits (CRC Press, 2016), and Ultra-Low-Power Short-Range Radios (Springer, 2015). His research interests include the design of energy-efficient mixed-signal systems, RF circuits, power converters, and sensor interfaces for wearable, medical, and mobile applications.

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Topic: IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Utah Chapter Fall 2020 Conference
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Title:
A MICROGRID WEBINAR SERIES- Session 2: DC Microgrids
Date:
October 8th
10:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Pullman, WA
Abstract:

DC MICROGRIDS

 

A microgrid is an electrical distribution network consisted of distributed generators, local loads, and energy storage systems that can operate in grid-connected or islanded modes. Different technologies are combined together, such us power converters, control, communications, optimization, and so on.

This way the energy can be generated and stored near to the consumption points, improving the stability and reducing the losses produced by the large power lines. In distributed energy systems like microgrids, multi-agent systems technologies will be presented distributed control is a powerful tool for distributed. Previous experiences in the Danish electrical system like the Cell Controller project used these technologies to balance dispersed energy generation and consumption. Other examples of real sites including conventional islanded systems installed in islands and rural remote areas will be shown. Finally, low-voltage distribution systems and DC microgrids for residential applications and homes will be introduced. New worldwide projects to develop technologies for low voltage DC distribution systems will be shown.



Title:
IEEE OC Section ExCom Meeting - October 8, 2020 MOVED ON-LINE
Date:
October 8th
6:42 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 Consultant Network Power and Energy Seattle - Microgrids
Date:
October 9th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

How energy is being produced and consumed in this new energy landscape.  We will discuss how Microgrids effect economic gains, improved resiliency and sustainability. Our session will briefly describe what Microgrids are, the types of microgrids and solutions for taking your facility off the grid. What would it take for your facility to be completely independent of Utility Power? Sign up today for our lunch session as we discuss valuable key concepts on keeping your facility up and running 24/7. 

Title:
Low Phase Noise Signal Generation Utilising Oscillators, Resonators & Filters and Atomic Clocks
Date:
October 13th
9:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
North Hollywood, CA
Abstract:

Oscillators are used in almost all consumer and professional electronic systems and the phase noise and jitter set the ultimate performance limit in navigation, communications and RADAR systems. It is therefore essential to develop simple accurate theories and design procedures to produce oscillators offering state of the art performance.

This talk will initially discuss the theory and design of a wide variety of oscillators offering the very best performance. Typically, this is achieved by splitting the oscillator design into its component parts and developing new amplifiers, resonators and phase shifters which offer high Q, high power handling and low thermal and transposed flicker noise.

Key features of oscillators offering the lowest phase noise available will be shown, for example: a 1.25GHz DRO produces -173dBc/Hz at 10kHz offset and a noise floor of -186dB and a 10 MHz crystal oscillator shows -123dBc/Hz at 1Hz and -149 at 10Hz.

New compact atomic clocks with ultra-low phase noise microwave synthesiser chains (with micro Hz resolution) will also be briefly described to demonstrate how the long-term stability can be improved.

New printed resonators (and thereby filters) demonstrate Qs exceeding 540 at 5GHz on PCBs and > 80 at 21GHz on GaAs MMICs. These resonators produce near zero radiation loss and therefore require no screening. L band 3D printed resonators demonstrate high Q (> 200) by selecting the standing wave pattern to ensure zero current through the via hole and new ultra-compact versions (4mm x 4mm) have been developed for use inside or underneath the package. Alumina based resonators demonstrating Qs >200,000 at X band have also been produced. Tunable versions (1%) have recently been developed.

As an academic, the aim is to produce the state of the art through insight and understanding, as well as to explain this to others. The author ran the first course on oscillators including a lab class at IMS 09. This was repeated in 2010, 2011. A battery powered lab kit offering 5 experiments with full theoretical and simulation support was provided. The kit also produced the state of the art performance with flicker noise corners around 200Hz. The methodology behind this course will be described. Theory and 5 experiments on the same day was part of the reason for success.

The next generation of oscillators will offer orders of magnitude improvement in performance. Our current attempts to do this will be described.

Title:
Section ExCom - October (VIRTUAL)
Date:
October 13th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Meet Online
Abstract:
Following the advice of authorities, all local IEEE gatherings and meetings are being held as online meetings only.You Must Register To Receive the Webex Link to Join Us On The Bridge For The June ExCom MeetingAs you are aware, the World Health Organization officially declared the novel coronavirus COVID-19 a pandemic. This global health crisis is a unique challenge that has impacted many members of the IEEE family. We would like to express our concern and support for all the members of the IEEE community, our families and all others affected by this outbreak.

We request that all members maximize the use of our online and virtual alternatives. IEEE provides many tools to support our membership with virtual engagement, including our online collaboration space IEEE Collabratec (https://ieee-collabratec.ieee.org/).
 

Title:
Los Angeles EMC Chapter Webinar Meeting: Protecting Power, Signal, and Data Lines from Adverse EMI/EMP Effects
Date:
October 14th
8:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

This LIVE webinar features two presentations followed by Q&A with the speakers moderated by Farhad Rachidi with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), joining us from Lausanne, Switzerland.  Dr. Rachidi is currently a member of the Advisory Board of the IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility and the President of the Swiss National Committee of the International Union of Radio Science. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and of the SUMMA Foundation, and a member of the Swiss Academy of Natural Sciences.

The webinar is sponsored by the Los Angeles, Germany, and Switzerland EMC Chapters of the IEEE.  See presentation titles, abstracts, and speaker bios below.

Title:
mHealth4Afrika – Strengthening Healthcare Delivery in Resource Constrained Environments, SSIT Chapter Meeting
Date:
October 14th
12:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
San Jose, CA
Abstract:

This DL will share insight into social, ethical and implementation related challenges associated with the systematic introduction of technology to strengthen access to universal healthcare delivery in resource constrained environments. Paul is an internationally recognised expert in the fields of Sustainable Development and ICT4D. This DL will also provide an opportunity for discussion about potential opportunities for IEEE and non-IEEE members to get more involved in Sustainable Development and ICT4D activities at home and abroad.

Title:
AI Psychology
Date:
October 14th
7:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

Please note the meeting is at 7PM Arizona Time.  Arizona does not observe daylight savings time.

 

A link to the event WebEx will be provided to registered attendees via e-mail the day of the event.

There has been much talk over the last few years about the perils of the use of artificial intelligence in virtually everything we touch. From our phones to our cars, and everything in between, artificial intelligence is an integral part of our existence. Many prominent people, like Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, have warned about the potential for machines to take over and cause havoc in the lives and very existence of humans. Hollywood has made untold billions of dollars painting doom- and- gloom scenarios about artificial intelligence and robots within our society today and in the future. But what is the true reality? We continually push to create increasingly intelligent systems/machines that attempt to learn, think, and reason like humans. Therefore, our first question becomes, when presented with this challenge is:

Which types of people do we want robots to learn, think, and reason like?

Do you want a Stephen Hawking? Do you want a Charles Manson? Do you want any of a host of past or current world dictators? All these people learn and think and reason, but all of them do it very differently from one another. To say you want a system that learns, thinks, and reasons like people is to say you want to give the computer/robot the ability to self-adapt, to create (through experience and learning) an adult intelligence and capabilities that is people-like in nature. No matter which “version” of human thinking and reasoning is desirable, the main question to be asked is:

“How do we test it to know if the AI system is working correctly?”

The fundamental problem with testing learning, thinking, reasoning, artificial intelligent systems is:

“What does it mean for it to work correctly?”

Upon reviewing the limitations of classical system test theory and implementations, we begin to understand the conundrums of applying these well-known processes for testing AI systems. This presentation will explore the new world of “AI Psychology” to understand where we may or may not be headed as we continually improve upon artificial intelligence technologies.

Title:
Design & Materials Challenges For Cost-Effective High-Performance LEDs
Date:
October 15th
11:40 AM (1.3 hours)
Location:
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

The rapid development of solid state lighting applications is driving the need for innovative approaches in LED packaging. While the majority of high-power emitters are still using conventional packaging methods, there are next-generation LED technologies and applications that requires integration of existing approaches with IC packaging knowhow. The LED industry is also driving low-cost solutions to the design, materials and processes in order to be market-competitive due to the emergence of LED suppliers in Asia, particularly in China. This talk will discuss the challenges in the LED integration structure from die to package, package to board and system, focusing in identifying challenges that need to be overcome in optical design, materials, and manufacturing processes. Comparison of similarities and opportunities in both LED and IC packaging will be discussed.

Title:
Cyber Security as it Relates to NIST Compliance
Date:
October 20th
6:00 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Virtual Only
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Abstract:

Cyber Security has become a buzzword that many people associate with protecting computers from hackers and nefarious activities that happen in the shadows. There have been many cyber attacks against large companies that have hit the headlines.  They have learned the hard way that not properly protecting their company’s data and information can lead to damage on many levels.  This is a global problem and needs to be addressed.  The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published various guidance and standards requirements documents to help businesses and government entities at every level improve the protection of their digital assets.  This technical talk (“TechTalk”) will cover the top NIST approved documents – NIST 800.53 and NIST 800-171.  There will be a discussion on what is Control Unclassified Information (CUI).

Title:
Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM
Date:
October 21st
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:
CLASTECH 2020, MTT and APS Meeting
Date:
October 23rd
10:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:

online
Abstract:

CLASTECH Will be online this year.  We have 4 great speakers.

Registration is free for the On-Line event.  If you want to help sponsor a Face-to-Face Mixer next year, go to this link: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clastech-sponsorship-tickets-120635043663

10 AM Simone Bastioli, "Nonresonating Modes Do It Better"
11 AM James M. Schellenberg, "MM-wave GaN Power Amplifiers: Technology to Power the Future"
12 AM Bill Milroy, Thinkom, "Commercial and Military Trends in Ground, Aeronautical, and Space-Based SATCOM Antennas"
1 PM   John Dunn, "Microwave Office: An Integrated Design Environment for Antenna Arrays in Packages"

We will follow the times so that you can log on for all of them, or just the talks you want to see.

Title:
CLASTECH 2020
Date:
October 23rd
10:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
Van Nuys, CA
Abstract:

CLASTECH Will be online this year.  We have 4 great speakers.

Registration is free for the On-Line event. https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/239513 We need you to register so we can send you the meeting links.

If you want to help sponsor a Face-to-Face Mixer next year, go to this link: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clastech-sponsorship-tickets-120635043663

We will follow the times so that you can log on for all of them, or just the talks you want to see.

20 meetings. Generated Saturday, September 26 2020, at 2:04:16 AM. All times America/Los_Angeles