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45 meetings

Title:
Inertial+, the Once and Future Navigation System
Date:
August 18th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Cal Lutheran Center for Entrepreneurship (Hub101)
Westlake Village, CA
Abstract:

Since their invention shortly after World War II, inertial navigation systems have proven to be indispensable in the aerospace industry.  They are immune to jamming and provide position, velocity and attitude with low noise, high data rates and low data latencies.  Since the 1960s, the long-term drift inherent in any inertial system has typically been corrected through the integration of an external aiding source via an extended Kalman filter.  Aiding sources have varied over the decades and, although GNSS is currently the most popular choice, the future of navigation can be characterized simply as “inertial-plus.”  Plus what?  Whatever the best aiding source happens to be.  Vision? Electro-optics?  LADAR?  Signals-of-opportunity?  Maybe all of the above.  In this lecture we will review the key operating principles of inertial navigation and will highlight the major error characteristics.  The primary inertial-aiding design architectures will then be discussed along with performance considerations.

Title:
August Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Evening)
Date:
August 18th
6:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Boise, ID
Abstract:

Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Evening)

Title:
Testing Vtool Capibilities
Date:
August 20th
1:28 PM (2 hours)
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Testing Vtool money transfering capabilities

Title:
34th Annual Hot Chips Symposium (Virtual)
Date:
August 21st
9:00 AM (4 days)
Abstract:

Tutorials Sunday; Presentations Monday-Wednesday.
Watch/interact live, or get immediate access to on-demand videos to talks.
Slack workspace to access selected posters.

HotChips has presentations across the following topical areas:
— General-Purpose Processor Chips
— Domain-Specific Chips
— Reconfigurable Chips
— Security
— Mobile and Embedded Devices
— Communications and Networking
— Emerging Computing Architectures
— Memory Technologies
— Other Enabling Technologies
— Software and Systems for Emerging Hardware

Title:
IEEE Denver EMC - Distinguished Lecturer - Lightning Protection of Aircraft: Simulation and Test
Date:
August 22nd
10:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

This talk covers lightning basics as well as specific techniques to both protect aircraft from these strikes and prove to certifying agencies that the protection is adequate.  This will cover both historical approaches and cutting-edge combinations of simulation and testing.

Title:
IEEE Tech Talk - The Metaverse
Date:
August 23rd
7:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

The Metaverse - What is it? Why do we need it?

In futurism and science fiction, the metaverse is a hypothetical iteration of the Internet as a single, universal and immersive virtual world that is facilitated by the use of virtual reality and augmented reality headsets. In colloquial use, a metaverse is a network of 3D virtual worlds focused on social connection.

Elements of a Metaverse:
- Digital Currency
- Marketplace/Digital Commerce
- Nonfungible Tokens (NFTs)
- Infrastructure
- Device Independence
- Gaming
- Digital Assets
- Concerts, Social and Entertainment Events
- Online Shopping
- Workplace
- Social Media
- Digital Humans
- Natural Language Processing

The Metaverse is a collective virtual open space, created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical and digital reality.

Title:
Innovations in IoT for a Safe, Secure, and Sustainable Future
Date:
August 23rd
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Internet of Things (IoT) promises to usher in the fourth industrial revolution through an exponential growth of smart connected devices deployed in myriad application domains. It gives rise to new relationships between man and smart connected machines that might transform our everyday experiences. Such a transformation, however, builds on innovations at all levels in the IoT architecture – from edge devices to the cloud. In this talk, we will cover the IoT design practices and core technological challenges that need to be addressed to enable widespread deployment of IoT. We will focus on innovations in the areas of energy-efficiency, security, interoperability and intelligent decision making. Next, we will discuss several compelling applications of IoT that give unprecedented capability to us. In particular, we will cover applications of IoT in addressing some of the critical safety, security, and sustainability issues in our society.

Title:
IEEE Alaska Section August Meeting - Aurora GEO and LEO Satellite System — Improving Internet Connectivity in Rural Alaska
Date:
August 24th
12:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

The presentation will cover the work Pacific Dataport and Microcom has done to build new satellite networks in geostationary orbit that provide coverage over all of Alaska as well as our work with low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite operators which includes construction of the Talkeetna Alaska Teleport.   

Our Section recieved a presentation in 2019 on the road ahead for this project.  We look forward to an update on the progress which has been made since that pioneering work.   

There will be a separate site visit to the Talkeetna Alaska Teleport on August 27.  Saturday's attendance is limited to 20.   

Title:
Recent Advances and Trends in Advanced Packaging
Date:
August 25th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
AZ Auditorium
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

In this lecture, advanced packaging is defined. The kinds of advanced packaging are ranked based on their interconnect density and electrical performance, and are grouped into 2-D, 2.1-D, 2.3-D, 2.5-D, and 3-D IC integration, which will be presented and discussed. Chiplet design and heterogeneous integration packaging provide alternatives to the system on chips (especially for advanced nodes) will be discussed. The lateral communication between chiplets, such as the silicon bridges embedded in organic build-up package substrate and fan-out epoxy molding compound, as well as flexible bridges, will be presented. The UCIe (Universal Chiplet Interconnect Express) will also be briefly mentioned. Different substrates, such as size, pin-count, and metal linewidth and spacing for heterogeneous integration packaging, are examined. Fan-out packaging, such as the chip-first with die face-up, chip-first with die face-down, and chip-last and their difference, will be provided. Flip-chip assembly by mass reflow, thermocompression bonding, and bumpless hybrid bonding will be briefly mentioned first.

Title:
Date updated: Discuss hot topics and anything from the recent symposium
Date:
August 25th
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
El Torrito
Milpitas, CA
Abstract:

Date pushed back to 8/25: Social get together and discuss any on going hot topics or what happened at the symposium.  Food and drink provided by the chapter.  Welcome to stay longer than 6:30pm but the tab will be closed. See you at El Torito Milpitas! We will try to get the patio

https://www.eltorito.com/

 

 

Title:
[Red Dwarf Stars Series] Creating a Strong Presence - and Why it Matters
Date:
August 25th
7:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

2023 IEEE Rising Stars Conference team presents

THE RED DWARF STARS SERIES

Creating a Strong Presence - and Why it Matters

Paige Kassalen

 

Red Dwarf stars are the smallest and emerging in the universe.  The Red Dwarf events represent the formation and growth of our IEEE Rising Stars Conference. The 2023 IEEE Rising Stars Conference team will be hosting a series of monthly events to show you a glimpse of what we are preparing for the conference. We'll be sharing some professional development and technical content throughout this series, as well as some of the networking experience.

Join us on a series of informative and engaging events as we prepare for our large stage at the 2023 IEEE Rising Stars Conference, January 3-5, in Las Vegas at the Tropicana Hotel.  

Visit our website at: https://ieee-risingstars.org/

 

Paige Kassalen, Head of Customer Success - Commercial @ CrowdAI

Presentation Description:

People often ask "how can I position myself to be selected for different career opportunities?" Typically we think about expanding our education, experience, or skill set, but we overlook one important factor: our presence.
Presence is a quality that makes people notice or admire you, even when you are not speaking. You might think "presence" is something people are born with, but in reality, it is something we can all work to build.
In this webinar, I will discuss why having a strong presence matters, tangible actions to help you create a stronger presence, and ways to see if your efforts are working!
Title:
Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Self-Assessment
Date:
August 26th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Free IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar:

  • Self-Assessment

    Philosophers from Socrates to Sun Tzu have stressed the importance of knowing yourself – your strengths, your limitations and your inner ambitions are key components in a fulfilled career. These self-assessments are invaluable resources that can accentuate your strengths and mitigate your weaknesses. In this discussion, we will use a combination of commonly available tools to give you insight to plan the future upgrades of your career.

The Ultimate Upgrade: Essentials (Free IEEE-USA Webinar Series)

In a world at the crossroads of technology and humanity, can each of us make a difference? Join us for “The Ultimate Upgrade: Essentials,” a free IEEE-USA e-book and webinar series exploring the ragged edge of productivity and performance, and how YOU can make a difference as a leader now and in your future roles. These five webinars will cover optimizing productivity, candid self-assessment, designing a unique career path, the importance of mentoring, and developing the qualities of an effective leader.

Webinar series events:

  1. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Startup
    Friday, 8 July 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317026

  2. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Self-Assessment
    Friday, 26 August 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/event/register/317030

  3. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Finding Your Path
    Friday, 9 September 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317064

  4. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Building a Culture of Mentorship
    Friday, 7 October 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317065

  5. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Leadership at the Edge of Performance
    Friday, 18 November 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317067

 

Title:
IEEE Alaska Section - Talkeetna Teleport Site Visit - Aurora GEO and LEO Satellite System
Date:
August 27th
11:30 AM (2.0 hours)
Location:
21518 S Comsat Rd
Talkeetna, AK
Abstract:

This visit follows up on the IEEE Alaska Section meeting presentation on August 24 from Pacific Dataport and Microcom allowing us to see the features up close and ask additional questions at this state-of-the-art facility.  The Teleport was built on the original RCA satellite earthstation which brought long distance and other links to the lower 48 and world in the 1970s.     

We look forward to seeing the implmentation and hearing of potential growth of the teleport since our original presentation to the IEEE in 2019.  

Saturday's attendance is limited to 20.    The Alaska Section will be furnishing Microcom with site visit registrant's emails.  Microcom will send on-site registration information directly to registrants for completion by Thursday August 25.   No special PPE is required of the visitors.  

Please add in the special requests section of the registration, your interest in carpooling for the approximate 2 hour ride to the site.  Indicate if you already have others riding with you or are riding with another person.   For general carpool, I would like to meet at Tikatnu Commons off of Muldoon Road by the old Sam's Club area by 7:40 am and leaving before 8 am.   Please include your phone number when you register.

 

Title:
SMART Power Flow Controllers – A Necessity for Future Power Grid - IEEE DISTINGUISHED LECTURER
Date:
August 29th
10:55 AM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Idaho Power CHQ
Boise, ID
Abstract:

Abstract: 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. The question is which solution one should employ. The answer depends on knowing what the true need is. 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 utilize the existing transmission lines more efficiently. The key is to identify the underutilized transmission lines and harness their dormant capacity to increase the power flows to the lines’ thermal limits.

 

The presentation is designed to provide the basic principles of power flow control theory, an overview of the most commonly used power flow controllers, and future trends. The audience will hear from an expert who actually designed and commissioned a number of power electronics-based FACTS controllers since their inception in the 1990s.

Title:
IEEE-USA Awards Ceremony Livestream Event
Date:
August 31st
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Join Us in Honoring our 2021 Award Recipients

For the third consecutive year, IEEE-USA will conduct its prestigious awards presentations virtually this summer, featuring video appearances from the 2021 award recipients, nominators and board members. Catch the premiere on YouTube on Wednesday, 31 August at 8:30PM ET.

These annual awards celebrate professionalism, technical achievements and literary contributions to public awareness and understanding of the engineering profession in the United States.

 

 

IEEE-USA Awards - Nominate a Deserving Colleague Today!

There’s still time to recognize a deserving peer or colleague for a 2022 IEEE-USA Award, but time is running out! Be sure to submit your nomination by 15 September.

 

Title:
Polymer Implantable Electrode (PIE) Interfaces to the Nervous System
Date:
August 31st
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Abstract:

Microelectrode array technologies can be adapted to interface with different parts of the nervous system, whether lying on the surface or placed into tissues. While traditionally constructed from rigid materials, emerging polymer technologies compatible with microfabrication offer interfaces possessing greater mechanical flexibility and material transparency which may alleviate chronic tissue damage, prolong function, and providing compatibility with optical and magnetic imaging. In addition, the design space enables a variety of form-factors and anatomical targets, including surface, shallow and deep-brain structures, retina, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. However, access to this technology is limited as is the infrastructure to scale the manufacture and dissemination of polymer interfaces. The Polymer Implantable Electrode (PIE) Foundry is a new resource concept that provides rapid access to custom or generic microelectrode arrays to the research community and borrows from pathways for project space sharing from the integrated circuit manufacturing industry. Progress in polymer microelectrode arrays as neural interfaces and on the PIE Foundry research resource will be shared.

Title:
Wednesday Social: Happy Hour at Lily Mac's, Sunnyvale
Date:
August 31st
7:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Lilly Mac's
Sunnyvale, CA
Abstract:

Lets all take a break from busy summer and lets grab to drink to socialize.

5$ cover charge and you get drinks. Lets meet at Lily Mac's - Irish & American pub fare, large-screen TVs & live entertainment in a rollicking tavern atmosphere.

Title:
FWCS PES/IAS EVENT: Introduction to Energy
Date:
September 1st
8:00 AM (9 hours)
Location:
CC Building
Clearwater, FL
Abstract:
Introduction to EnergySeptember 1, 2022 Saint Petersburg College, CC Building, 2465 Drew Street, Clearwater, FL YOUTUBE COMMERCIAL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZDRQePSIhk St. Petersburg College (SPC) will be having an event on September 1, 2022, to address topics in energy. There will be speakers who will address different topics related to energy. There will be speakers and activities between 10 am to 2 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm. We would schedule a series of speakers on energy-related topics and activities, including an electric vehicle show and displays from local companies which illustrate energy creation or use.  This concept of the vehicle displays includes
“Touch an Electric Vehicle” (companies bring electric vehicles, hybrids, and other electrified vehicles) for display (maybe we do not get to “touch” them), but they will be available for viewing.  There will be a Solar demonstration and other passive energy displays.   The event is advertised to high schools/middle schools and will include SPC students, faculty, and families. The event will be open for participants and families to join us. My phone number is 270-227-8272 should you need to reach me.

 

 

Sidney Martin, Ed. D., PE, PMP

Program Director

(He/Him/His)

Engineering, Manufacturing, and Building Arts

St. Petersburg College | 

727-394-6203 | martin.sidney@spcollege.edu

   Sidney Martin, Ed. D., PE, PMPProgram Director(He/Him/His)Engineering, Manufacturing, and Building ArtsSt. Petersburg College | 727-394-6203 | martin.sidney@spcollege.edu
Title:
Kodak's journey in digital photography - an insider's perspective
Date:
September 1st
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

This month, Prof. Willy Shih of Harvard Business School will share his insider’s perspective on Kodak’s journey in digital photography, based on his experience as senior vice president at Eastman Kodak Company from 1997 to 2005, where he was president of Digital & Applied Imaging (Consumer Digital), president of Display & Components, and head of Corporate Intellectual Property Strategy.

For more background information, please review this article: “The Real Lessons From Kodak’s Decline” by Willy Shih (MIT Sloan Management Review, Summer 2016). And review this video interview: “The Kodak Moment: Why it Didn’t Last” featuring Willy Shih and Allen Webb (recorded at the Road to Reinvention: Leadership in the Digital Age conference on March 23, 2017).

In this on-line meeting, we will watch excerpts of the video interview “The Kodak Moment: Why it Didn’t Last”, and then we will interact with Willy Shih in a Q&A session. Please send questions for Willy to the facilitator prior to the meeting.

For more details: See http://techmanagers.org/

Facilitator: The facilitator of this meeting will be Edmund Cheng, Chair of TEMS Silicon Valley Chapter. Ed started his career as a chip designer at Intel, and then moved into the computer-aided design and electronic design automation software field, where he founded several start-up companies. Over 40 years, he has held various engineering, marketing and executive positions in several large and medium-size Silicon Valley companies. He has served on the board of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium. Ed is a Life Senior Member of the IEEE.

Title:
IEEE presents The Metaverse - What is it?
Date:
September 2nd
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

How is the Metaverse coming into our board rooms. How do we watch 3D baseball Seattle Mariners' game in the comfort of our own homes? How can I shake my CEO's hand when he is presenting in Singapore? Find out and more when we host Metaverse Extroninaire Alec Pestov from Toronto Canada. The Metaverse is struggling. It is a hard conclusion to reach. However, it is the case. This presentation explores the primary reason behind the Metaverse issues and offers a few meaningful steps we can take to kickstart the Metaverse. Additionally, the presentation reviews an example of a B2B Metaverse company to highlight what works in the current environment and what doesn’t.    

Title:
2022 Grid Resilience Workshop
Date:
September 8th
6:30 AM (10 hours)
Location:
Sorensen Molecular Biotechnology Building (SMBB)
Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract:

The 2022 Grid Resilience Workshop will bring together experts from academia, government, industry, and national labs to discuss and present the most recent research and development and real-world implementation activities to enhance the cyber-physical resilience of power grids. The workshop will discuss the need for intersectoral collaboration and highlights the need for a diverse workforce to support communities in enhancing their grid resilience.

Title:
IEEE 12th Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2022)
Date:
September 8th
12:00 PM (4 days)
Location:
John and Susan Sobrato Discovery and Innovation Building
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

The 12th IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (IEEE GHTC 2022) is a flagship international conference sharing practical technology-enabled solutions supporting achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) by addressing the needs of underserved communities in resource-constrained environments around the world. GHTC 2022 will be hosted at Santa Clara University (California) on September 8-11.

Registration is open – Early rates end August 26. See the GHTC 2022 Registration page for details on fees and options.

See the GHTC 2022 Program announcement and the GHTC 2022 Program pages for schedule and details.

GHTC is focused on bringing together people working on the application of technology to addressing critical issues for the benefit of the resource-constrained and vulnerable populations in the world. It is a forum where IEEE works with developers and NGOs to identify the most pressing needs. We encourage participants from academia, for-profit and non-profit businesses, governmental and non-governmental organizations to attend and present research, ideas, and other considerations for the creation of effective humanitarian technology. We also invite participants to share case studies and lessons learned from deployment and application of humanitarian technologies.

Why Attend?

  • Participate in an extensive, vibrant, and innovative technical program
  • Learn from world-class knowledgeable practitioners working in the field
  • Exchange information, share experiences and network with attendees actively involved in the fields
  • Gain visibility and recognition for your humanitarian work, projects and ideas
  • Find new resources and potential partners or investors

Three workshops included with registration:

  • Machine Learning for Social Good
  • Building Wireless Sensing Systems
  • Panel: Synergies Between GHTC and CNSV

A dozen keynote and plenary sessions

  • Keynote: Connecting the Unconnected
  • Keynote: Technology’s True Promise Lies in the Good we can Do
  • Plenary: Advancing Frontiers of Sustainable Innovations through a Global Network of Technologists
  • Plenary: One Week Wonder – Emergency PPE Delivery via A Global Humanitarian Collaboration of Makers
  • Introducing the West Coast IEEE MOVE Truck
  • Keynote: To Care, and How We Get There
  • Keynote: IT for Sustainability
  • Plenary: Revolutionizing the Retail Informal Sector in Africa: Use Case of the Smart Kibanda Project
  • Plenary: Introduction to EPICS in IEEE
  • Keynote: Minimizing the Ecological Footprint using Machine Learning
  • Keynote: Does Gender Impact Startup Funding Success? A Data-Driven Perspective
  • Keynote: How the Internet Improves Humanity
  • Plenary & Closing: Clean energy solutions replacing portable fossil fuel generators: Technology and lessons from Ukraine and Hurricane Ida
  • Federal (US) humanitarian engineering: what programs are out there?

Six Panel sessions

  • Diversity in the Workplace: Retaining Early Career Women and Minority Engineers
  • Quality Education Online and the Way Forward
  • Communications, Computing, and Power during Disaster Response
  • Advancing DEI in Journalism with Tech: Opportunities and Guardrails
  • Web3 and Human Rights
  • IEEE HAC Capacity Building

Over 80 paper presentations in these IEEE GHTC 2022 Thematic areas:

  • Good Health and Well Being (SDG3): Medical technology, Telemedicine, Mobile Clinics, Primary Care and Nutrition.
  • Affordable & Clean Energy (SDG7): Generation, and Distribution of Renewable Energy; Off-grid Energy for Lighting, Cooking and Heating; Decentralized Energy Resources (DER); Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems (HRES); Renewable Energy Management (REM); Smart Grid, Micro/Nano Grid; Energy Management Systems (EMS); Battery Management Systems (BMS); Hybrid & Electric Vehicles (HEV); Bio-energies; Waste-to-Energy.
  • Communication/Connectivity in Support of Development: Communication and Information Technologies, Systems, and Applications; Social Media and Its Application.
  • Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery: Disaster Planning and Preparedness; Predictive, Warning and Response Systems; Community Mobilization; Monitoring and Evaluation of Community Response.
  • Technologies that promote gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls (SDG5)
  • Quality Education (SDG4): Training and Capacity Building; Programs; Methods and Service Learning.
  • Clean Water and Sanitation (SDG6): Clean Water; Sanitation; Solid Waste Management; Disease Vector Control; Drainage and Hygiene.
  • Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG8): Entrepreneurship Programs (including social entrepreneurship), Sustainable Business Models, Social Enterprises, Workforce Development Programs (e.g. digital literacy programs), Innovative Business Financing Models.
  • Agriculture and Food Security (SDG2): Agricultural Technologies, Irrigation and Farming Practices.
  • Technology Impacts on Societal Evolution
  • Other Related United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (e.g. SDGs 9, 11, 12, 14): Humanitarian Challenges & Opportunities; Infrastructure, Information, and Human Security; Shelters; Community engagement, Capacity-building, and Behavior Change; Metrics and measurement; Deployment and Commercialization of Humanitarian Technologies; Technology Design, Adoption and Dissemination; Human-Centered System Design; Ocean Health and Climate Change Mitigation.

IEEE MOVE Truck Display

GHTC 2022 will feature the West Coast IEEE MOVE Truck on display Sept 9th, 3:30-5:00 pm.

MOVE Community Outreach, an IEEE-USA Initiative, is an emergency relief program committed to assisting victims of natural disasters with short-term communications, computer, and power solutions. These temporary emergency relief provisions help those affected stay connected and make sure they can access the help they need. Services include phone charging, internet & communications support, and lighting to disaster victims.

 

Thanks to GHTC 2022 PATRONS: Infineon, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Santa Clara University, IEEE Santa Clara Valley (SCV) Section, IEEE SCV Consultants (CNSV) IEEE SCV ComSoc, IEEE SCV Computer and Viodi. And Exhibitors: IEEE EPICS, UW Global Innovation Exchange (GIX), New Use Energy. 

IEEE GHTC 2022 is Sponsored by IEEE Region 6, IEEE Seattle Section and IEEE SSIT, with Technical Co-Sponsorship by IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section, IEEE-USA, IEEE PELS,  IEEE CTS, IEEE EMBS, IEEE MTT, IEEE PES, and IEEE Smart Village Initiative.

 

Title:
IEEE OC Section ExCom Meeting - August 11, 2022 MOVED ON-LINE
Date:
September 8th
6:27 PM (1.2 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:
Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Finding Your Path
Date:
September 9th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Free IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar:

  • Finding Your Path

    A career is driven with the pedal to the metal, but sometimes you realize the road you are traveling on is not what your vehicle is designed for. This webinar is about the powerslides, the canyon carving, and the thrill of taking an unexpected turn for the better. Come and learn from experiences at the ragged edge of performance in this unique presentation of cars and careers.

The Ultimate Upgrade: Essentials (Free IEEE-USA Webinar Series)

In a world at the crossroads of technology and humanity, can each of us make a difference? Join us for “The Ultimate Upgrade: Essentials,” a free IEEE-USA e-book and webinar series exploring the ragged edge of productivity and performance, and how YOU can make a difference as a leader now and in your future roles. These five webinars will cover optimizing productivity, candid self-assessment, designing a unique career path, the importance of mentoring, and developing the qualities of an effective leader.

Webinar series events:

  1. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Startup
    Friday, 8 July 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317026

  2. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Self-Assessment
    Friday, 26 August 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317030

  3. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Finding Your Path
    Friday, 9 September 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/event/register/317064

  4. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Building a Culture of Mentorship
    Friday, 7 October 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317065

  5. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Leadership at the Edge of Performance
    Friday, 18 November 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317067

 

Title:
IEEE Utah Section at Bees Stadium
Date:
September 9th
5:35 PM (2.4 hours)
Location:
Smith's Ballpark
Salt Lake City, UT
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

We're getting together for a great opportunity to take the family out and renew or make acquaintances with your fellow IEEE members.  We will be watching the SLC Bees take on Reno.  The game is scheduled for 6:35 PM (subject to change, so please check back a day before the game).  We have the Party Patio reserved and all tickets include food and a ticket on the 3rd base side of the stadium.  Members may bring up to seven (7) family members with them.  Children under the age of two do not require a ticket.  Child tickets are for dependents age 2 through 10.  We have a limited number of seats available in our section.  Parking () is not included with the tickets.   Smith's Ballpark is accessible from "Ballpark Station" on the Blue and Red Trax lines.

All tickets are now digital.  Please make sure you list the email address you want them sent to when registering.  Tickets will be distributed a week or two prior to the event.  We're excited to see you there!

Title:
Safety for Autonomous Vehicles: Addressing Interoperability and Dependability Challenges with IEEE P2851
Date:
September 11th
6:00 AM (15 hours)
Location:
1302 and 1308 in SCDI
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

Please register (free) to attend: 

https://r6.ieee.org/scv-cs/safety-for-autonomous-vehicles-addressing-interoperability-and-dependability-challenges-with-ieee-p2851/

The IEEE P2851 standard defines a dependability lifecycle of products with focus on interoperable activities related to functional safety and its interactions with reliability, cybersecurity, SOTIF (Safety of the intended functionality) and real time. The standard also describes methods, description languages, data models, and databases that have been identified as necessary or critical, to enable the exchange/interoperability of data across all steps of the lifecycle encompassing activities executed at IP, SoC, system and item levels, in a technology independent way across application domains such as automotive, industrial, medical and avionics safety critical systems. The speaker, who is the chair of the working group on the standard will provide more insights into the topic.

Title:
Utah RF & Wireless Day
Date:
September 13th
7:30 AM (7.5 hours)
Location:
Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology (SMBB)
Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract:

We're back in person for 2022 and the U is hosting!  Join us for local networking with your fellow RF/microwave engineers, tech talks, student posters, industry demos, and a great keynote lined up by the IEEE MTT-S Distingiushed Lecturer, Dr. Jeffrey Nanzer about distributed phased arrays!

Utah RF & Wireless Day is an annual opportunity to network and learn from Utah’s academic and industrial community. This event includes Tech Talks, networking time, student posters, vendor tables, and an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer. Sponsored by the Utah IEEE Chapters of APS/MTT/EMC/AES and the University of Utah Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Our Gold Sponsor is Keysight (thank you very much for lunch!), and our Silver sponsor is Test Equity (thank you for break-time snacks!).

Registration is Free.

Event Flyer, including details on how to request an industry table or submit a student poster:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wZs2srM5t0YKunK8LwCQOdsnqkA_L0g9/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=114985383059353146987&rtpof=true&sd=true

 

 

Title:
MOVE Virtual Operations Class - Part 1 of 3
Date:
September 13th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

MOVE is offering a 3 part, Virtual, Operations Class.  This class is required for everyone interested in deploying on the MOVE truck or has a general interest in the program.  It is required for new MOVE members and recommended as a refresher for those that have previously taken it.  We discuss what to expect when deploying, what equipment is on the MOVE truck, and several safety procedures when working around the truck.  This is a virtual class that is broken up into 3 required 2 hour sessions.   Now that MOVE has two trucks, differences between the trucks will be discussed.  If you took this class previously, there will be new material due to the 2nd truck differences. 

This is a 3 part virtual class.

There will be a test after the third session - material will be provided for the test.  

Please use the above links to register for all three training sessions 

Title:
Characteristics of Successful Tech Hubs and Start-ups: Lessons from the Origin and Growth of Silicon Valley
Date:
September 14th
11:30 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Dreese
Columbus, OH
Abstract:

Abstract:  

Silicon Valley is commonly acknowledged as the tech capital of the world.  How did Silicon Valley come into being, and what can we learn for our Columbus hub?  The story goes back to local Hams trying to break RCA's tube patents, Stanford "angel" investors, the sinking of the Titanic, WW II and radar, and the SF Bay Area infrastructure that developed – these factors pretty much determined that the semiconductor and IC industries would be located in the Santa Clara Valley, and that the Valley would remain the world’s innovation center as new technologies emerge, and be the model for innovation worldwide.

This talk will give an exciting and colorful history of development and innovation that began in Palo Alto in 1909.  You'll meet some of the colorful characters – Cyril Elwell, Lee De Forest, Bill Eitel, Charles Litton, Fred Terman, David Packard, Bill Hewlett, Bill Shockley and others – who came to define our worldwide electronics industries through their inventions and process development.  You'll understand some of the novel management approaches that have become the hallmarks of its tech startups.  Many of these attributes can be found in other technology hubs; however, the SF Bay Area has five generations of experience, as well as a "critical mass" of talent, making it difficult for others to catch up.  In this talk, the key attributes will be illustrated and analyzed, for consideration by other tech hubs, and for entrepreneurs interested in creating their own start-ups or understanding them.

Title:
September Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Afternoon)
Date:
September 15th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Boise, ID
Abstract:

Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Afternoon)

Title:
Power Electronics Hardware Design for Manufacturability
Date:
September 15th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

With a small diverse team of engineers, Magna-Power Electronics can offer over 160,000 different configurations of programmable power supplies and electronic loads, spanning current levels up to 10,000 Adc, voltage levels up to 10,000 Vdc, and power levels up to 3,000 kW. While Magna-Power has nearly fully in-sourced manufacturing operations under one roof, the strategies presented can also be implemented through close manufacturing partners by understanding the constraints imposed by various production processes and machinery. The presentation shares an overview of some of Magna-Power's prototyping techniques, design automation software, team management tools that were developed iteratively over its 40-year history. Topics include printed circuit board (PCB) design and vendor selection, production and design controls, and electro-mechanical integration. New content, beyond the original article, now includes recent progress in programmatically defined assembly models.

Title:
Sodium-ion the New Power Battery
Date:
September 15th
5:30 PM (3.5 hours)
Location:
611 Gregory Lane
Pleasant Hill, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Please plan to attend this meeting of the Industry Applications Society. The speaker will be

Jack Pouchet, Vice President Sales at Natron Energy.

Jack Pouchet is an author, commentator, and occasional provocateur. Join us as we explore the new world of sodium-ion batteries with chemistries ranging from near supercapacitor performance to multi-hour, grid-connected power plants and just about everything else in between. Well, maybe not EVs. Discussion will include basic chemistry, performance characteristics, fire/life safety considerations, supply chain and scalability, current availability and forecast, and how sodium-ion compares with lead, lithium, and other chemistries. Presentation will be followed with an open Q&A session.
No electrons will be harmed during the presentation although we may fire off a few neurons in the process.

Title:
IEEE Smart Cities Auckland New Zealand
Date:
September 15th
7:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Join us for an interactive session with native speakers from Auckland New Zealand. What makes Auckland one of the top Smart Cities in the world? Find out about their smart Transportation, Smart Health Care, Smart People and Smart governance. What are they doing that other smart cities are not. Find new and innovative techniques and processes that this city has mastered.

Title:
MOVE Virtual Operations Class - Part 2 of 3
Date:
September 20th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

MOVE is offering a 3 part, Virtual, Operations Class.  This class is required for everyone interested in deploying on the MOVE truck or has a general interest in the program.  It is required for new MOVE members and recommended as a refresher for those that have previously taken it.  We discuss what to expect when deploying, what equipment is on the MOVE truck, and several safety procedures when working around the truck.  This is a virtual class that is broken up into 3 required 2 hour sessions.   Now that MOVE has two trucks, differences between the trucks will be discussed.  If you took this class previously, there will be new material due to the 2nd truck differences. 

This is a 3 part virtual class.

There will be a test after the third session - material will be provided for the test.  

Please use the above links to register for all three training sessions 

Title:
Endpoint AI Requires Innovative Solutions for Compute, Memory, and Power
Date:
September 21st
12:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

AI is notoriously resource-heavy, requiring significant compute, memory, and power, which makes it very difficult to deploy in highly constrained environments such as IoT and consumer endpoints. Practical deployment of sophisticated AI requires solving for all three constraints. This talk covers recent algorithmic, architectural, and technological innovations that are converging to enable truly useful AI everywhere.

ABOUT SPEAKER

Carlos Morales - VP of Aritificial Intelligence

 

Title:
2022 Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM - September Meeting
Date:
September 21st
5:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

 SDIEEE EXCOM Meeting

Executive Committee meeting to discuss upcoming San Diego IEEE activities. 

All IEEE members welcome to attend. Please RSVP. 

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm,    Networking and food

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm,    meeting (in person and remote)

Agenda:

Approve prior meeting minutes

Student branch reports

Section Officers Reports

Old and new business

Adjourn 

 

 To add to the agenda, please email w5nyv@arrl.net.   

 

Title:
EV Race China’s Silk Road, Around the World in 80 Electric Days
Date:
September 22nd
11:30 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Las Positas Golf Course - restaurant, not pro shop
Livermore, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Please join us for our third live event and lunch this year! No prepays, please pay cash/check at door. The idea for this lunchtime session at Beeb's with Don Christian came out of our lively meeting there in April:

A group of Electric Vehicle enthusiasts raced around the globe in 2016, recharging with local electric power only. The group crossed 20 countries in Europe, North America, and Asia, and covered 28,962 km (18,026 all-electric road miles). This represented a unique test for their 11 assorted EVs, and for charging on local utility power only. The team crossed vast stretches where NO EV chargers exist. They encountered many other problems:  navigation, communications, geograpy, languages, automotive reliability, electrical, immigration, politics, potholes, accidents, and flat tires.       EV driver and IEEE Sr Life Member Don Christian will give an account of this global adventure trip. Don has has worked at high-tech companies around the world, largely in silicon valley, and is listed on many US and foreign patents.  He holds BSCIS from Ohio State and MSEE from SMU Dallas.  He drives one of the EVs that he manufactured in China.  

Title:
Light Detectors
Date:
September 22nd
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Cal Lutheran Center for Entrepreneurship (Hub101)
Westlake Village, CA
Abstract:

This presentation will discuss extreme ultraviolet (EUV) to the mid infrared (MIR) spectrum light detectors and their applications. Light detectors for each part of this spectral range will be discussed along with their advantages and disadvantages. Almost all of these detectors must be connected to a circuit to obtain a voltage that can be digitized with an analog to digital converter (ADC). We will discuss the different types of amplifier circuits, including voltage amplifiers, transimpedance amplifiers, and integrating amplifiers because of their importance in obtaining optimal system performance. In addition, information on dark and optical testing will be presented.

Title:
IEEE Seattle Engineering Conference
Date:
September 23rd
8:00 AM (8 hours)
Location:
Hilton Garden Inn Bellevue
Bellevue , WA
Abstract:

Join us this fall in Seattle for the IEEE Seattle Engineering Conference. Don't miss the high impact talks on computer robotics, Big Data, Sustainable micro wind turbines, hydrogen on site fueling, fuel cells, smart transportation, CyberSecurity sensors, autonomous vehicles, inductive highway, medical devices, smart Buildings, forensic engineering, RF, telecommunications, High Speed Electric Rail trains, Women in Entrepreneur and moon based legal staking rights.

Title:
MOVE Virtual Operations Class - Part 3 of 3
Date:
September 27th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

MOVE is offering a 3 part, Virtual, Operations Class.  This class is required for everyone interested in deploying on the MOVE truck or has a general interest in the program.  It is required for new MOVE members and recommended as a refresher for those that have previously taken it.  We discuss what to expect when deploying, what equipment is on the MOVE truck, and several safety procedures when working around the truck.  This is a virtual class that is broken up into 3 required 2 hour sessions.   Now that MOVE has two trucks, differences between the trucks will be discussed.  If you took this class previously, there will be new material due to the 2nd truck differences. 

This is a 3 part virtual class.

There will be a test after the third session - material will be provided for the test.  

Please use the above links to register for all three training sessions 

Title:
Elevate Your Impact (IEEE-USA Free Livestream Event)
Date:
September 28th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Key strategies leaders can leverage to stand out, speak up, and move up in the “never normal”. A mindset shift is necessary from the personal level to the professional level to elevate impact during uncertain times. How we interact, what we expect from others, how we communicate, and how we influence others are rapidly evolving. In this lively discussion, we will discuss what is different, why it matters, and how you can successfully navigate constant change to boost your influence.

Title:
2022 IEEEDay EMBS Chapters Torch Relay Public Webinar – MetroLA EMBS Chapter
Date:
October 4th
10:01 AM (7 hours)
Abstract:

Promotion of latest EMBS research

Title:
Powering the Energy Revolution
Date:
October 7th
8:00 AM (9 hours)
Location:
Marriott Great America
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

Check back for more inforamtion and registration.  Preliminary information below:

Power the Energy Revolution on October 7, 2022, at The Computer History Museum. For electrical #consultants, #contractors and users.
Keynote from NASA Ames
#Blockchain for the Grid
#Microgrids
#EV Load Management
#ElectricalPower Design Tools and more
Presentation Call, Vendor tables and Sponsorships available
Save the date to learn, meet your colleagues, meet your vendors
Hosted by Santa Clara Valley #IEEE #IAS #PES #electricalengineer

Title:
Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Building a Culture of Mentorship
Date:
October 7th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Free IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar:

  • Building a Culture of Mentorship

    Developing Mentors and Mentees is a natural part of an organization’s lifecycle. Yet when it becomes a “program,” it can become a stilted, forced process with little long term benefit to the participants. On the other hand, organic mentorship is a way to robustly develop lifelong mentors and focuses in building a community rather than programs. This webinar will detail how this culture can be built one person at a time, and the upgrade of value that it ultimately brings.

The Ultimate Upgrade: Essentials (Free IEEE-USA Webinar Series)

In a world at the crossroads of technology and humanity, can each of us make a difference? Join us for “The Ultimate Upgrade: Essentials,” a free IEEE-USA e-book and webinar series exploring the ragged edge of productivity and performance, and how YOU can make a difference as a leader now and in your future roles. These five webinars will cover optimizing productivity, candid self-assessment, designing a unique career path, the importance of mentoring, and developing the qualities of an effective leader.

Webinar series events:

  1. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Startup
    Friday, 8 July 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317026

  2. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Self-Assessment
    Friday, 26 August 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317030

  3. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Finding Your Path
    Friday, 9 September 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317064

  4. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Building a Culture of Mentorship
    Friday, 7 October 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/event/register/317065

  5. Ultimate Upgrade Essentials: Leadership at the Edge of Performance
    Friday, 18 November 2022 - 2 PM ET
    Event Details/Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/317067

 

Title:
Spark Museum of Electrical Invention
Date:
October 8th
9:45 AM (2.2 hours)
Location:
1312 Bay Street
Bellingham, WA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Topic: Sparks Museum of Electrical Invention, Bellingham

Date: Saturday October 8, 2022

Time: 9:45am  – 12:00 PM, Mega  Zapper Show and Museum Tour

Place: 1312 Bay Street, Bellingham, WA 98225

Restrictions:  This is an indoor event.  At this time, masks are optional.

 

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