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8 meetings

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section TEMS Workshop Series- Value Engineering
Date:
May 18th
8:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
Bldg 38
Beaverton
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Value Engineering

Title:
IEEE Tech Talk: Upside of DARPA
Date:
May 17th
1:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Portland
Abstract:
Many applications generate massive amounts of sensor data.  Not only has the volume of sensor data increased exponentially, there has also been a dramatic increase in the complexity of the required analyses. Moore’s Law is slowing down and will be ending soon, and power scaling (via Dennard Scaling) has already stopped. In this presentation I will discuss two programs that I started and ran at DARPA, which address this problem, both of which have different degrees of neural inspiration.  The first, UPSIDE (Unconventional Processing of Signals for Intelligent Data Exploitation) seeks orders of magnitude improvements in power efficiency by breaking the status quo of digital processing using analog computation based on the physics of nanoscale devices. UPSIDE uses computational abstractions based on probabilistic inference and is promising five orders of magnitude combined improvement in speed and power efficiency. The second program is the Cortical Processor, whose goal is to take machine learning to the next level for rapid, real time learning, the capture of temporal information and complex structure in the data, and the mapping of the resulting algorithms to power efficient architectures.  The approach is to combine neuroscience inspired techniques with more traditional machine learning to create new hybrid models.
Title:
CANCELLED! IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter May Meeting and Seminar
Date:
May 14th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Hawthorne Farms Building 3
Hillsboro
Abstract:

CANCELLED: Travel issues for the speaker. We will need to reschedule Prof. Hua Wang's DL talk.

IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter May Meeting and Seminar

Join us for a talk from SSCS Distinguished Lecturer from Prof. Hua Wang of the Georgia Institute of Technology on Tuesday, May 14.  Food and drinks will be provided during the networking event from 6:30 to 7:00pm.  The seminar will be from 7:00pm to 8:00pm and we will continue with networking until 8:30pm.

 

Abstract:

With 5G communication just around the corner, there is a rapidly growing need for high-performance mm-Wave power amplifiers. However, these next-generation mm-Wave PAs are often expected to deliver nearly “perfect” performance. They should offer large output power to ensure sufficient link budget, broad bandwidth to support multi-standard communication or frequency reconfigurability/agility, high peak and back-off efficiency for energy saving, and also inherent linearity for Gbit/s complex modulations with minimum or even no digital pre-distortions (DPD). Interestingly, this somehow unreasonable quest for “perfect” mm-Wave PAs has recently stimulated a new wave of mm-Wave PA innovations at both circuit levels and architecture levels, which have substantially advanced the state of the art.
In this talk, we will first review the state of the art of power amplifier designs using both silicon and compound semiconductor technologies. Next, we will introduce several recent mm-Wave PA designs that feature various design techniques and innovations at both circuit-level (nonlinearity compensation, continuous-mode operations, broadband harmonic tuning) and architecture-level (such as Doherty and outphasing PAs). We will also showcase several mm-Wave PA/antenna co-design examples that exploit new antenna structures as a new design paradigm to further enhance mm-Wave PA output power and efficiency.

 

Speaker Biography:

Hua Wang (M’05‒SM’15) is an associate professor at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Georgia Institute of Technology and the director of Georgia Tech Electronics and Micro-System (GEMS) lab. Prior to that, he worked at Intel Corporation and Skyworks Solutions on mm-Wave integrated circuits and RF front-end modules. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, in 2007 and 2009, respectively.
Dr. Wang is interested in innovating mixed-signal, RF, and mm-Wave integrated circuits and hybrid systems for wireless communication, radar, imaging, and bioelectronics applications.
Dr. Wang received the DARPA Young Faculty Award in 2018, the National Science Foundation CAREER Award in 2015, the IEEE MTT-S Outstanding Young Engineer Award in 2017, the Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Young Faculty Award in 2016, the Georgia Tech ECE Outstanding Junior Faculty Member Award in 2015, and the Lockheed Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015. He held the Demetrius T. Paris Professorship from 2014 to 2018. His GEMS research group has won multiple academic awards and best paper awards at IEEE conferences, including the 2019 Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar, the IEEE RFIC Best Student Paper Awards (1st Place in 2014, 2nd Place in 2016, and 2nd Place in 2018), the IEEE CICC Outstanding Student Paper Awards (2015, 2018, and 2019), the IEEE CICC Best Conference Paper Award (2017), the 2016 IEEE Microwave Magazine Best Paper Award, the IEEE SENSORS Best Live Demo Award (2nd Place in 2016), as well as many best paper award finalists.
Dr. Wang is an Associate Editor of the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters (MWCL) and a Guest Editor of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC). He is a Technical Program Committee (TPC) Member for IEEE ISSCC, RFIC, CICC, and BCICTS conferences. He is a Steering Committee Member for IEEE RFIC and CICC. He is a Distinguished Lecturer (DL) for the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS) for the term of 2018-2019. He serves as the Chair of the Atlanta’s IEEE CAS/SSCS joint chapter that won the IEEE SSCS Outstanding Chapter Award in 2014.

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section ExCom
Date:
May 14th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science
Portland
Abstract:
WebEx Meeting number: 599 106 288WebEx Meeting password: OregonWebEx Audio connection: +1 210-606-9466 US Toll                                     +1 866-282-7366 US Toll-Free WebEx Meeting Link: https://ieeemeetings.webex.com/ieeemeetings/j.php?MTID=m648963e573625d56d4f91967e47e0cc9
Title:
IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter Executive Committee Meeting - May 2019
Date:
May 14th
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Intel Jones Farm 3 Building (JF3)
Hillsboro
Abstract:

Closed monthly meeting of the IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter Executive Committee: May 2019

Title:
Oregon IEEE Consultants' Monthly Meeting
Date:
May 7th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
IHOP
Beaverton
Abstract:
No presentation this month. I would like to discuss NEDME booth coming up. If we are going to participate, we need to pay for a booth. 

 

Title:
ROS LAB: OPEN MANIPULATOR BUILD 2
Date:
May 6th
5:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Beaverton
Abstract:

This lab is a continuation of the three of us that are building the Robotis Open Manipulator. We focused on the controller and ROS interface.

Title:
Leadership in Engineering
Date:
April 26th
10:00 AM (2 hours)
Location:
RA1
Hillsboro
Abstract:

Come and learn about opportunities to enhance your skills in engineering and technology management. This workshop will introduce Research and Education in Engineering and Technology Management offered by Portland State University

8 meetings. Generated Sunday, May 19 2019, at 9:30:40 AM. All times America/Los_Angeles