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Title:
Industry Trends & Innovation: Past, Present, and Future
Date:
October 19th
6:00 PM (2.8 hours)
Location:
7 Hutton Centre Dr
Santa Ana, CA
Abstract:

Monthly Meeting of the Orange County Chapter of The Power & Energy Society (PES) and the Industry Application Society (IAS)

The presentation is free and dinner can be purchased upon arrival, with choices: Chicken, fish, or vegetarian.

If purchasing meal: $30 for All attendees

Note: sub-charge of 2.75% for all major credit cards

Please specify dinner entree: Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian

Agenda: 6:00 PM Dinner; 7:30 PM Presentation; 8:45 PM Wrap-Up

Meal: $30 (plus 2.75% for major credit cards); FREE for full-time college students with I.D.

PLEASE RESERVE BY CONTACTING HAMID SUKAR AT:

 asukar@carollo.com or 714-593-5160 (cell)

Please specify a dinner entree:  Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian

Drawing for FREE DINNER at end of meeting (valid at a future meeting, within one year of winning).

  • Chair: Roger Wilson; Independent Electrical Engineer, 949-285-5559, rogerwilson@cox.net
  • Vice Chair:Ian Varley; RBF/Michael Baker International, 949-855-7064, ivarley@trialphaenergy.com
  • Treasurer: Abdulhamid (Hamid) Sukar; Carollo Engineers, 714-593-5100, asukar@carollo.com
  • Secretary: Brian Chee; AECOM, 515-708-3773, Brian.Chee@aecom.com
  • Publicity: Robert Ryan; Rockwell Automation, 714-938-9037, rryan@ra.rockwell.com

 

Title:
Empowering Humanitarian Tech Startups and NGOs ($30 discount for YP Member)
Date:
October 19th
6:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
San Jose, CA
Abstract:

IEEE Santa Clara Section Women in Engineering and Young Professionals jointly invite you to this special event. This reception is open to all public and will coincide with the 2017 Global Humanitarian Technology Conference. Please RSVP to learn about more how to enable humanitarian technologies to shape a better world as well as the opportunity to meet GHTC attendees.

 

Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017

Time: 6:30PM - 9:30PM

Location: DoubleTree by Hilton San Jose

 

Agenda:

6:30PM: Registration and Networking

7:00PM: Keynote 1: Rebecca Masisak, CEO of TechSoup

7:30PM: Keynote 2: Jim Conner, Member of Sand Hill Angels, Executive Producer of Game Changers Silicon Valley, CEO of First Focus Learning Systems

8:00PM: Networking

9:30PM: Conclusion

hor d'oeuvres will be served during the event

 

Must RSVP at: https://ghtc.eventbrite.com

Please use code "IEEE_YP" for a $30 Discount for IEEE YP Members

 

Speaker Bio:

Rebecca Masisak is the CEO of TechSoup, a nonprofit organization that provides technical assistance to other nonprofits. She joined TechSoup (formerly CompuMentor) in 2001 and after various positions in management has served in the CEO role since 2012. Masisak established TechSoup's Europe office in Warsaw, Poland in 2009, and has overseen the organization's growth since then.

 

Jim Connor has been an active angel investor for the past 12 years with the Sand Hill Angels. Jim currently serves as a Board Director of the Angel Capital Assocition (ACA), Liftopia, First Focus Learning Systems, Tabtor, Startup Learning and KMVT Sillicon Valley Community Media.

Jim was the founder and CEO of SymPro, Inc., which as acquired by JP Morgan Chase in 2003. He served as the Division President of JPMorgan SymPro until 2007. Currently he is the CEO of First Focus Learning Systems and the Producer/Host of a boradcase show: Game Changers Silicon Valley. Jim maintains an investment interest in Finance, Education (impact investing) and Media.

Note: event agenda and speakers are tentative, and may be subject to change.

 

Sponsors

 

Title:
CLASTECH 2017
Date:
October 20th
8:30 AM (7 hours)
Location:
El Segundo, CA
Abstract:

October 20, 2017   -- Advanced Registration closes 10/13

Friday, October 20, 2017, from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM, for the 2017 CLASTECH Symposium and Exhibition. We will be back at the Proud Bird- the renovation has been great, so come by and check it out.  The format will be the same as the previous years, with engaging talks, table top exhibits, and good food, for $20 early registration, or $40 onsite (same as last year). Use this webpage to register.

Parking is Free!

Check out our web page- www.clastech.org

Contact  c.jackson@ieee.org for more information 

 

     Preliminary Antenna Talks

"Monolithic Optical Phased Arrays ", by Prof. Hossein Hashemi, USC

"Time-Varying Electromagnetic Systems", by Prof. Ethan Wang, UCLA

"Low cost phased-arrays for Ku- and Ka-band SATCOM and 5G ", by Prof. Gabriel Rebeiz, UCSD

"Liquid-crystal Based Reconfigurable Holographic Metamaterial Electronically Scanned Antennas ", by Dr. Nathan Kuntdz, Kymeta.

"HFSS Dynamic Range Reduces Trips to the Antenna Range", by Dr. Larry Williams, Ansys.

     Preliminary Microwave talks  

"Engineered and Full 3D RF Materials", by Dr. Vesna Radisic Northrop Grumman

"Plasmonic Terahertz Devices for High-Sensitivity Terahertz Imaging and Sensing Systems ", by Prof. Mona Jarrahi, UCLA

"Time Domain Measurements for Test Site Validation above 1 GHz: Implications of Site VSWR Measurement Uncertainties on Radiated Emissions Measurements", by Zhong Chen, ETS-Lindgren

"PolyStrata Technology: Enabling New Architectures for Phased Arrays", by David Sherrer , president of Nuvotronics.

Title:
2017 IEEE SSCS Fall Seminar
Date:
October 20th
9:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
BYU Conference Center
Provo, UT
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Please save the date for this year's IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Fall Seminar, which will be held on the BYU campus on Friday, October 20th. We will host Dr. Pieter Harpe from TU Eindhoven, who is one of this year's IEEE SSCS Distinguished Lecturers:SSCS DL Program Roster

Dr. Harpe is an expert in data converters and will present two lectures on successive approximation analog-to-digital conversion circuits.

Talk #1: Basics of low-power SAR ADCs
This lecture will cover the basics of SAR ADCs and will give a short introduction to the latest architectural innovations that have led to unprecedented performance metrics. Even though SAR ADCs have been known for a very long time, they receive a lot of attention recently thanks to their power-efficiency and beneficial scaling with technology. This lecture is intended to bring any less familiar audience up to speed on this topic at architectural, circuit and algorithm levels.

Talk #2: Advanced SAR ADCs – efficiency, accuracy, calibration and references
This lecture will discuss advanced techniques that enabled substantial performance improvement of SAR ADCs in recent years. After a brief overview, the presentation will show four design examples with different targets. The first topic deals with minimizing power consumption. The second and third design aim to increase accuracy by means of linearization, noise reduction techniques, and calibration. Finally, the last part describes an efficient method to co-integrate the reference buffer with the SAR ADC.

Speaker Biography:
Pieter Harpe received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. In 2008, he joined Holst Centre / imec where he worked on low-power ADCs. He joined Eindhoven University of Technology in April 2011, where he is currently an associate professor on low-power mixed-signal circuits. His main interests include power-efficient and reconfigurable data converters and low-power analog design. He is a TPC member for ISSCC, ESSCIRC and AACD, and serves as Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society. He is recipient of the IEEE ISSCC 2015 Distinguished Technical Paper Award.

Lunch is free for SSCS members and there is a small fee for non-members. Please be sure to register using the link below.

Title:
Region 6 Fall 2017 Joint Central & Northwest Area Meeting
Date:
October 21st
7:00 AM (9 hours)
Location:
DoubleTree By Hilton San Jose
San Jose, CA
Abstract:

IEEE Region 6 Fall 2017 Joint Central & Northwest Area Meeting

Held at same venue as IEEE GHTC 2017.

Who: Section Chairs, Student Branch Officers and Counselors

Booking a Room in our Hotel Block at DoubleTree San Jose Airport

For those not local, we will cover 1 night hotel in our block available. You can book your rooms at https://resweb.passkey.com/go/IEEEGHTC2017

Deadline for hotel reservations is September 26, 2017. 

Travel Details

You should fly into San Jose International Airport (SJC) and take the complimentary airport shuttle from the airport to DoubleTree. When you arrive at SJC, please give them a call at 408-453-4000. 

For people who all local in the Bay Area, you can drive directly to the venue. 

 

Registration

Please register your attendance as soon as possible, and no later than October 12.

Title:
Motion Picture Technology – 1930 to the Present
Date:
October 21st
10:00 AM (2 hours)
Location:
Terraces ClubHouse
Rolling Hills Estate, CA
Abstract:

While almost everyone has been to the movies, most people have never realized the underlying technology that allows this ubiquitous entertainment media to function. We’ll take a look at some of the more interesting sciences and answer questions such as “What is Film and How does it Work?”, “How is Sound Recorded and Played Back?, “How Are the Sound and Picture Synchronized?”. We’ll start in the 1930s and work our way forward in time to the present where movies have migrated away from film and gone electronic. The electronic creation and distribution of motion pictures includes some very advanced technology including cryptography. We’ll go over the current electronic standard and explain how they work. There will also be some short film clips demonstrating some of the salient processes and technologies.

Title:
Happy Hour with IEEE Young Professionals
Date:
October 21st
8:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Sunnyvale, CA
Abstract:

Join us for a Happy Hour with IEEE Young Professionals. This will be the last Happy Hour for the year!

When: October 21 @ 8PM 
Where: IL Postale at Sunnyvale 
Why: Because you will have an out-of-this-world time!! Free appetizers for all attendee!

Must RSVP at: https://ieee-happy-hour.eventbrite.com

Title:
Devising Your Emergency Power Strategy
Date:
October 24th
5:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Thirsty Bear Brewing Company 661 Howard St,
San Francisco, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Reliable and scalable emergency power is of crucial importance in any healthcare facility. With a greater reliance on technology in delivering the patient experience, this essential service is emphasized now more than ever. We will be addressing some of the opportunities and challenges associated with providing E-Power systems, and  review key considerations when evaluating these choices within your own facilities.

Title:
CANCELLED! MIMO Radar: Fundamentals, Sparse Sensing and its Application in Autonomous Driving (Part II)
Date:
October 24th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
889
Newbury Park, CA
Abstract:

Radar not only has found widespread application in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) but also is one of the key technologies to enable environmental perception in autonomous driving. Compared with LiDAR and camera, radar technology provides reliable measurements of range, velocity and angle information of obstacles surrounding vehicle in all kinds of weather conditions. Unlike the traditional phased-array radar system which transmits via its antenna array a single waveform with different phase shift, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar can transmit multiple waveforms that may be chosen freely. As compared to traditional radar system with the same number of transmit and receive antennas, MIMO radar achieves significantly improved spatial resolution by exploiting waveform diversity. Due to its advantages, MIMO radar technology has been widely used in designing millimeter-wave radar sensors for ADAS and self-driving cars.

The Part I talk will focus on the fundamentals of MIMO radar as well as novel MIMO radar approaches with the emerging sparse sensing techniques. This talk will cover the radar basics, MIMO radar architecture and waveform design, sparse sensing methods in MIMO radar including compressive sensing (CS) based MIMO radar as well as novel MIMO radar approach using matrix completion (MC).

The Part II talk (October) will focus on the role of radar in autonomous driving and various aspects of automotive radar signal processing techniques. This talk will cover the radar system requirements and architecture for autonomous driving, principles of frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar, high resolution angle finding methods, “smart” radar sensors with machine learning, as well as unique problems associated with automotive radars for autonomous driving such as pedestrian detection.

Title:
Computation & Modeling of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in the Highly Nonlinear Regime
Date:
October 25th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
ATEC - Advanced Test Equipment
San Diego, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

 

Co-Host - Photonics Chapter

ABSTRACT:

Major technological advances have been made in the last decade in pulsed lasers. Lasers with tens of femtosecond pulse duration have been commercialized in relatively ruggedized single enclosure systems capable of producing watts of average power. These energy densities on the order of GW peak powers can trigger various linear and non-linear processes, leading to self-guided propagation and dense plasma creation in air and condensed media. The free-electrons in these plasma regions have been shown to reach densities up to 1016 /cm3 in sea-level atmospheric conditions and stable plasma filaments have been created extending over 100’s of meters.

Supporting applications of these lasers with predictive models is a difficult task as computational propagation of high power, short pulse lasers with arbitrary beam profiles is highly complex. These types of models require high resolution of a 3-dimensional volume propagated through time and include broadband non-linear effects of the media with which they are interacting. Add in turbulence and statistical beam effects and the system can quickly become computationally unwieldy. This talk will describe recent work in simulating the Ultra Short Pulse Laser propagation and the resulting non-linear effects, including the creation of plasma as well as various experimental laboratory results.

Title:
IEEE CENTRAL COAST EVENT - GAMMA RAY DETECTION PRESENTATION
Date:
October 25th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Rusty's Pizza Goleta
Goleta, CA
Abstract:

Please join us Wednesday 25 october 2017 @ 6 PM

At Rusty’s Pizza at 5934 Calle Real in Goleta

Complimentary Pizza & Beverage (6PM)

Gamma Ray Detection Presentation (6:30 PM) 

FREE for IEEE members & (guest welcome)

Please register ASAP so we can estimate attendance

Title:
Supply Chain (in)Security
Date:
October 25th
6:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
D
Tustin, CA
Abstract:

Part 1 Looks at Supply Chain Risk Examples
- When your suppiy chain is used to attack
- When your own supply is attacked

Part 2 iooks at Frameworks to Redurce Risk
- Shared Assessments
- Surppiy Chain Risk Management Practices
- Standards & Best Practices

Title:
Oregon CAS/EPS & SMTA Oregon - The Corrosion of Copper-Implications for Electronic Circuitry
Date:
October 26th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
PCC Willow Creek Center
Beaverton
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Joint CPMT/CAS Chapter

(in cooperation with SMTA, IMAPS, IPC & EMA)

Topic: The Corrosion of Copper-Implications for Electronic Circuitry

Speaker: Digby D. Macdonald, University of California at Berkeley

Date: Thursday, October 26th, 2017, 6.00–8.00pm

(Rescheduled from May 18)

Location: PCC Willow Creek Center, Room 313

241 SW Edgeway Drive (near SW 185th and Baseline Road) Beaverton, OR 97006

(seminar room sponsored by the PSU ECE department)

Directions: http://www.pcc.edu/about/locations/willow-creek/

 

Title:
The 7 Steps to Simplification
Date:
October 27th
3:15 PM (1.1 hour)
Location:
Engineering Building
Portland
Abstract:

IEEE TEMS Oregon section in collaboration with Engineering & Technology Management (ETM) Department at Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science presents “Distinguished Speaker Series, Fall 2017”

Title:
Region 6, Southern Area Meeting
Date:
October 28th
9:00 AM (6 hours)
Location:
Glendale Community College Student Center
Glendale, CA
Abstract:

Region 6 Southern Area Meeting

You're invited to join the Region 6 joint Southern area meeting at Glendale Community College.

We'll focus on student branch training and reports from the sections congress.

Registration- Please register your attendance as soon as possible, and no later than Saturday, October 21 using the eventbrite page   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-region-6-southern-area-meeting-tickets-37903355958

 

(Sign up for a lunch ticket if you plan to attend, so we can have a good headcount and contact information)

Agenda- working on it

Directions- will post, but for now here is a link to the campus

https://www.glendale.edu/about-gcc/maps-parking/campus-map

Title:
IEEE Computer Society Las Vegas Chapter Dinner Meeting
Date:
October 30th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
RedFlint Experience Center
Las Vegas, NV
Abstract:

The IEEE Computer Society Las Vegas Chapter will hold a dinner meeting at the RedFlint Experience Center Monday October 30, 2017 at 6:00 PM. 

The RedFlint experience center is a dynamic place that seeks to share technology, ideas and knowledge with members of the business and entrepreneurial communities. 

Come hear about the RedFlint Experience Center and check out their Virtual Reality demonstration, Toolwire© Cybersecurity Experience, and Double Robot© telepresence. Learn how the RedFlint Experience Center resources can help you and your business. 

Dinner will be provided (at no cost for IEEE members) starting at 6:00 PM with the RedFlint Experience Center orientation and tour afterwards. Attendance will be limited. 

Please RSVP to Mark Damron at mark.damron.us@ieee.org or at 702-743-5546. Or contact him if you have any questions. 

The RedFlint Experience Center is located at 300 S. Fourth Street, Suite #180, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. Parking is available in the garage that is connected to the building – bring your ticket in with you for validation.

Title:
EMC/PSE Chapter: International Product Compliance and Certifications
Date:
October 30th
6:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Franz Hall
Portland
Abstract:

This presentation is an overview of the global product certification landscape.  It focuses on the US Nationally Recognized Test Lab (NRTL) Program, Canada certification under the Standards Council of Canada, CE Marking in Europe, and other country-specific international certifications.  It will also introduce the CB Scheme as an effective product safety oriented global scheme.

Title:
October 30th PELS Chapter Meeting: SMART Power Flow Controllers for Smart Grid Applications
Date:
October 30th
7:45 PM (2.2 hours)
Location:
Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)
Bothell, WA
Abstract:

Increasing transmission capacity is essential to meet an increased demand of electricity, integration of renewable generation and so on. The power industry’s pressing need for the most economical ways to transfer bulk power along a desired path may be met by building new transmission lines, which is a long and costly process. Alternately, it may be quicker and cheaper to increase the available transfer capacity of the existing transmission lines with a power flow controller. Power flow control techniques have been practiced, from using inductors, capacitors, transformers and load tap changers in the earlier days of electrical engineering to power electronics-based solutions in recent years. Even though the costs and complexities of the available solutions vary widely, the basic underlying theory of power flow control is still the same as it always has been. SMART Power Flow Controllers (SPFC) are designed based on functional requirements and cost-effective solutions.

Title:
ROI, China: Opportunity and Risk Mitigation in the Era of Xi Jinping
Date:
November 2nd
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
National Instruments
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

 

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EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION ===> Register-for-TEMS1711

 

As China's relations with the U.S., Japan, and other near neighbors come under increasing political pressure, risk for American firms in China is on the rise.  Americans there feel "less welcomed," according to the 2016 U.S. - China Business Council's authoritative annual survey.  Moreover, foreign investment appears to be cooling off as the Chinese economy permanently shifts away from double-digit growth.

Meanwhile, stricter regulations and a seemingly desperate anti-spy campaign by Chinese security agencies may have led to detentions of foreigners, including the recent beating by PRC State Security agents of an American diplomat.

Nonetheless, China remains a compelling international business priority.   Though there is clearly heightened risk in China for American and other foreign business people, there are also clear steps that firms can take to mitigate risk.

Title:
IEEE Region 6 Excom
Date:
November 4th
8:30 AM (9 hours)
Location:
Bahia Resort Hotel
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

2017 IEEE Region 6 Executive Committee meeting.  Invitees are the 13 members of the 2017 IEEE Region 6 Excom and incoming region Excom members, including 2017 area chairs and 2018 area chairs. Succession planning and planning for the 2018 region calendar of events, dates and agenda, are key topics.  

The meeting is being held at the Bahia Resort Hotel in San Diego http://bahiahotel.com/contact/directions/ and, if requested, rooms have been reserved for invitees at a group rate, with free parking.  This hotel does not provide airport transportation, please use Uber or Lyft from the nearby airport.

Title:
IEEE Milestone Dedication in San Diego for CDMA and Celebration of Inventions in Mobile Communications
Date:
November 7th
3:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Bldg N - Irwin Jacobs Auditorium
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

IEEE Milestone Dedication in San Diego for CDMA and Celebration of Inventions in Mobile Communications

Please join us for the IEEE Milestone Plaque Dedication for the very first IEEE Milestone Plaque in San Diego. The IEEE milestone plaque celebrates the pioneering work in CDMA, the first public demonstration of a CDMA cellular radio system - 28 years prior, on November 7, 1989.

Look forward to having you celebrate with us and hope this is the first of many milestone plaques for San Diego!

 

Agenda:

3:00 - 3:30 pm: IEEE Milestone Plaque Dedication – Building N Campus Lawn - Dedication of the first San Diego  IEEE milestone plaque celebrating the pioneering work in CDMA, the first public demonstration of a CDMA cellular radio system - November 7, 1989.

 

3:30 - 4:00 pm: Social Break – Building N lobby – Refreshments and VIP tours of Qualcomm demos and museum

 

4:00 - 5:00 pm: IEEE Milestone Panel and Qualcomm Inventor Awards - Irwin M Jacobs Qualcomm Hall, Building N - Join us for an interactive panel featuring world-changing CDMA technology leaders followed by an awards presentation

 

5:00 - 6:00 pm: Reception – Building N lobby - Celebrate the many inventions in mobile communications with Live Music, Food and Networking!  Hope to see you there!

Title:
ExCom November 2017
Date:
November 8th
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Trindera
Spokane, WA
Abstract:

We will be meeting at Trindera unless otherwise noted.  Please enter from the back and take the elevator to the 3rd floor. There is a fee for parking.

Title:
Nanotechnology for Cancer Screening
Date:
November 9th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
99
Redmond, WA
Abstract:

Nanotechnology for Cancer Screening

A number of bio-inspired solid-state devices have emerged in recent years that utilize micromachining to interface cells and to detect molecular biomarkers. The approaches provide rapid, label-free identification, and selective capture of diseased cells. The sensing and recognition of diseased cells when these are very few in numbers, especially in early stages of cancer, require nanoscale approaches that biomimic physiological conditions. Nanotechnology is helping create innovative physical systems for single-cell analysis.  Such engineered single-cell analysis approaches are providing new insights about cancer progression and can be important to tackle early cancer detection challenges. The biologically inspired manufacturing frameworks can be extended to other investigations, especially where viscoelastic, mechanical and chemical behaviors can be used combinatorially to faithfully transduce important molecular and cellular anomalies to meaningful signals.  This talk will provide an overview on detection, sorting and isolation of rare cells with nanotechnologies and microfluidics.

Title:
IEEE OC Section R60027 ExCom Meeting - Nov 9,2017
Date:
November 9th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Elements Materials Technology
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

IEEE OC Section R60027 ExCom Meeting - Nov 9, 2017

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.

 

Title:
Little Falls Hydro Electric Development Tour
Date:
November 10th
10:30 AM (4.5 hours)
Location:
Little Falls Dam
Ford, WA
Abstract:

We are happy to annouce IEEE Spokane and Avista Utilities will be hosting a tour of Little Falls Dam.  Currently the dam is in the middle of an upgrade which is perfect time to get upclose and personal with areas normally off-limits when turbines are running.

We will be meeting at the Safeway (933 E Mission) parking lot and departing at 11am sharp.  IEEE Spokane will provide the 1-hour transportation to and from Little Falls Dam. Please arrive a few minutes before 11 to ensure on-time departure. Lunch will be provided. Spouses and College Students welcome.  Limited amount of seats available due to transporation.  Please RSVP early and let us know if you are unable to make it so that we can let someone else have this great opportunity.

Technical details of the Dam:

Four Generating Units with Plant Capacity of 36 MW.

Each Unit is a Double Horizontal Francis Turbine rated at 9000 HP with net head of 66 feet.

Unit #2 is currently being rebuilt. New 4000 volt generator, wicket gates, static excitation, controls and protection.

Units #1 and #3 have already been rebuilt.

Title:
Sparks Museum of Electrical Invention
Date:
November 11th
1:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
1312 Bay Street
Bellingham, WA
Abstract:

Topic: Sparks Museum of Electrical Invention, Bellingham

Date: Saturday November 11, 2017

Time: 1:00pm – 3:30 PM, Museum Tour

Place: 1312 Bay Street, Bellingham, WA 98225

Flyer PDF

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Title:
5th IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech)
Date:
November 12th
11:00 AM (3 days)
Location:
Hilton Phoenix Airport
Phoenix, AZ
Abstract:

The fifth IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech 2017), on November 12-14, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix Airport Hilton, explores the development and application of science, engineering, and technology to promote sustainability. SusTech features a combination of academic papers and invited speakers with specialties that are making an impact in the environment sustainability.

Registration information is here. Early registration deadline is 20-Sep. 

SusTech explores the development and application of science, engineering and technology to promote sustainability. It brings together technologists and scholars from multiple disciplines to learn about and collaborate on improving sustainable technologies.

The program features workshops, keynotes and presentations of contributed papers and invited speakers on research, technologies, methodologies, tools and case studies. SusTech strives to provide attendees the tools, connections and proactive solutions to take their sustainability programs to the next level.

Topics covered include Ecological Sustainability and Conservation, Energy Efficiency, Internet of Things for Sustainability, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Renewable / Alternate Energy, Smart Grid, Societal Implications / Quality of Life, Water Resources Management.

Student Poster Contest (Sunday 3-7pm) - Prizes for first, second and third place. Submission deadline for submitting 2-page abstracts 15-Sept. See website for requirements.

 

SusTech is an IEEE Region 6 conference hosted by IEEE Phoenix section, and is co-sponsored by the IEEE Phoenix and Oregon Sections, IEEE Region 6 and IEEE-USA. With technical sponsorship by the IEEE SSIT (Society for Social Implications of Technology), IEEE CES (Consumer Electronics Society) and the IEEE Environmental Engineering Initiative. Past SusTech conferences were held in Portland (OR) and Ogden (UT).

Title:
Monday Nov 13th ExCom dinner meeting at Zippy's Nimitz
Date:
November 13th
8:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Zippy's Nimitz Highway
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

Monday Nov 13th ExCom dinner meeting 6-8PM at Zippy's Nimitz Highway

Title:
IEEE Waves & Devices Phoenix Chapter - A Bio-Inspired Approach to Accelerating the Solid- State Revolution
Date:
November 14th
5:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Goldwater
Tempe, AZ
Abstract:

The Waves and Devices Chapter is holding a technical seminar on Tuesday, November 14, 6:00 - 7:30PM.

The talk is titled "A Bio-Inspired Approach to Accelerating the Solid-State Revolution" and will be presented by IEEE Fellow, Renuka. P. Jindal. The presentation will be at Arizona State University, Goldwater Center, GWC487, 650 E. Tyler Mall, Tempe, AZ, 85251.  Goldwater building is north of the Noble Science Library.  Paid parking is available at Rural Rd parking structure.

Registration is not required.

Title:
Generator Set Installation Recommendation
Date:
November 14th
5:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Thirsty Bear Brewing Company 661 Howard St,
San Francisco, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

What to do and what not to do when specifying and installing generator gets.

Mechanical and electrical issues to watch out for when installing generator sets:

Heat and ventilation considerations

Cooling systems

Fuel tank considerations

Exhaust system considerations

Vibration issues

Sound considerations

Emissions – When is Tier 4 required

Title:
IEEE Eastern Idaho ExCom Nov 15 2017
Date:
November 15th
4:30 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Tommy Vaughn's Grill
Blackfoot, ID
Abstract:

This is the regular meeting to coordinate the section.

Title:
Tales From the Vault
Date:
November 15th
11:00 AM (2.5 hours)
Location:
915 Clubhouse Dr.
Livermore, CA
Abstract:

Topic:

Tales From the Vault is a popular feature in the Life Member Newsletter so the November meeting gives an opportunity for our members to share something that occurred during their career.  This could be a humorous event, an unusual design problem, or simply a memorable event.  Some members have agreed to share their experience and they all sound interesting.

Please plan to attend to hear about them and feel free to share your own experience.

Title:
Switch Data Center Facility Tour
Date:
November 16th
10:00 AM (2 hours)
Location:
Las Vegas, NV
Abstract:

ATTENDANCE FOR THIS TOUR HAS NOW BEEN FILLED, BUT THERE HAS BEEN SUFFICIENT INTEREST THAT I WILL INVESTIGATE SCHEDULING ANOTHER TOUR AT A FUTURE DATE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A FUTURE TOUR AND HAVE NOT ALREADY RESPONDED, PLEASE EMAIL ME YOUR INTEREST AT THE EMAIL BELOW.

The IEEE Computer Society Las Vegas Chapter is pleased to announce that our Thursday November 16, 2017 meeting will be a tour of the Switch Data Center Facility in Las Vegas. The tour will start at 10:00 AM and should take about two hours. 

Attendance will be limited to the first 12 who respond. If there is additional interest, another tour can be arranged at a future date. 

All attendees will need to provide their first and last name, title and the company name they are associated with. All guests touring the facility must be at least 16 years of age. If there are any guests attending that are between 16-17 years-old they and their parent/guardian will need to fill out a specialized Agreement. 

Once you respond to me at mark.damron.us@ieee.org or at 702-743-5546 with the above information and I confirm your attendance, I will send you directions to the facility and the Tour Access Agreement which must be filled in, signed and emailed or faxed to Switch no later than Nov 13. A government issued ID such as a passport or driver’s license must be presented upon arrival. 

This will not be a meal event, but, for those of you who are interested, our friends at MJ Computer Concepts Inc. will most likely be hosting one of their free Monthly Cyber Security Awareness Lunch & Learn Seminars at the Innevation Center from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM. I will send information regarding this when I confirm your tour attendance or you can check the schedule at https://www.mackjacksonjr.com/. 

Due to the limited attendance, I will confirm the first 12 who respond and then start a stand-by list for any cancellations. 

My apologies if you receive multiple invitations, but this is posted on several different mailing lists. 

More information regarding the Switch Data Center Facility can be found at https://www.switch.com/brochure/.

Title:
IEEE Artificial Intelligence Symposium in Silicon Valley
Date:
November 16th
1:30 PM (2 days)
Location:
Intel SC12 Auditorium
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

Registration Page on Eventbrite

http://ai.ieeesiliconvalley.org

IEEE Artificial Intelligence Symposium in Silicon Valley brings together industry and academic leaders in cutting-edge AI research and development to share with you the recent developments in both Hardware and Software for AI. Come to hear what's behind Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, as well as Neuromorphic Intel Processors, Qualcomm Cell Phone Snapdragon, and AMD GPUs. Join industry titans and academic experts, as they discuss the state of the art. Find out the current and future direction of the exciting field of Artificial Intelligence, both in the marketplace and research. Join like minded professionals, question the thought leaders and be prepared to network with incredible peers.

DAY 1. HARDWARE TRACK

Thursday, November 16, 2017- 1:30PM-8:00PM

Day 2. Software Track

Friday, November 17, 2017- 1:30PM-8:00PM

Promotion:

All IEEE members and society members of Computer Society, Signal Processing and Solid-State Circuits Society should have received their PROMO Codes via email. Students can also apply the student promotion code sent in the email to receive discount. You must use school email address to register and show your student ID when checking in.

PROMO Codes for each ticket type to receive DISCOUNT for registration or simply use the links below: 

IEEE Non-Member PROMO RegistrationIEEE Member PROMO RegistrationIEEE Student Member PROMO RegistrationIntel Employee PROMO Registration IEEE Non-Member: NONIEEESCVAI17IEEE Member: IEEESCVAI17Intel Employee: IEEESCVAI17INTELIEEE Student Member: IEEESCVAI17STUDENT 
Title:
Science & Society Distinguished Public Talks
Date:
November 16th
4:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
1634 University Blvd
Albuquerque, NM
Abstract:

Why We Are Here?: The Mystery of Matter
By:  Wick Haxton,  University of California Berkeley

Title:
Oregon CAS/EPS & SMTA Oregon - 3D SiP for ASIC and Memory Integration
Date:
November 16th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
PCC Willow Creek Center
Beaverton
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Joint CPMT/CAS Chapter

(in cooperation with SMTA, IMAPS, IPC & EMA)

Topic: 3D SiP for ASIC and Memory Integration

Speaker: Dr. Li Li, Cisco Systems, Inc.

Date: Thursday, November 16th, 2017, 6.00–8.00pm

Location: PCC Willow Creek Center, Room 313

241 SW Edgeway Drive (near SW 185th and Baseline Road) Beaverton, OR 97006

(seminar room sponsored by the PSU ECE department)

Directions: http://www.pcc.edu/about/locations/willow-creek/

 

Title:
Power Distribution in Oil and Gas Facilities
Date:
November 16th
6:00 PM (2.8 hours)
Location:
7 Hutton Centre Dr
Santa Ana, CA
Abstract:

Monthly Meeting of the Orange County Chapter of The Power & Energy Society (PES) and the Industry Application Society (IAS)

The presentation is free and dinner can be purchased upon arrival, with choices: Chicken, fish, or vegetarian.

If purchasing meal: $30 for All attendees

Note: sub-charge of 2.75% for all major credit cards

Please specify dinner entree: Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian

Agenda: 6:00 PM Dinner; 7:30 PM Presentation; 8:45 PM Wrap-Up

Meal: $30 (plus 2.75% for major credit cards); FREE for full-time college students with I.D.

PLEASE RESERVE BY CONTACTING HAMID SUKAR AT:

 asukar@carollo.com or 714-593-5160 (cell)

Please specify a dinner entree:  Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian

Drawing for FREE DINNER at end of meeting (valid at a future meeting, within one year of winning).

  • Chair: Roger Wilson; Independent Electrical Engineer, 949-285-5559, rogerwilson@cox.net
  • Vice Chair:Ian Varley; RBF/Michael Baker International, 949-855-7064, ivarley@trialphaenergy.com
  • Treasurer: Abdulhamid (Hamid) Sukar; Carollo Engineers, 714-593-5100, asukar@carollo.com
  • Secretary: Brian Chee; AECOM, 515-708-3773, Brian.Chee@aecom.com
  • Publicity: Robert Ryan; Rockwell Automation, 714-938-9037, rryan@ra.rockwell.com

 

38 meetings. Generated Friday, October 20 2017, at 4:28:11 PM. All times America/Los_Angeles