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61 meetings

Title:
Idaho Future City - volunteers judges
Date:
January 28th
7:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
Boise, ID
Abstract:
There will be 31 teams from 15 different schools across Idaho competing. The Idaho Future City program is looking for about 20 presentation judges to volunteer on 28 January 2023, between 8AM and noon MST. Please reach out directly to Lynn if you have any questions or would like to volunteer. About Future City™Competition, in its 30th year nationally and 19th year in Idaho, is a free educational program for sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students run entirely by volunteers throughout the state.
Title:
Network Traffic Analysis using Wireshark
Date:
January 27th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Network traffic analysis (NTA) is the process of intercepting, recording, and analyzing network traffic communication patterns. NTA helps to identify malicious and benign network traffic and let us better understanding of potential security breaches.

Wireshark is one of the effective NTA tools to make extracting data harder for the hackers, and it helps companies detect cyber threats with a higher degree of certainty, so they can eliminate security threats more quickly.

In this presentation/workshop, we will focus on how to use Wireshark from a Window OS computer for network traffic analysis. We will explore the basic features of Wireshark. Trace files for popular network traffic such as DNS, HTTP, FTP, Telnet, etc. will be investigated.

 

Title:
IEEE-EDS Seminar - Atomistic Quantum Transport Modelling for Emergent 2D Material-based Device by Dr. Youseung Lee
Date:
January 27th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:
The zoom meeting details for this event will be sent to registrants one day before the event on the email provided at registration.Abstract:

Over the years, most of the manufactured electronic devices started to have at least one dimension in the nanometer scale. Concurrently, the non-equilibrium Green’s function (NEGF) framework has been broadly democratized to investigate quantum transport effects inside those devices. The latter framework has also proven its importance to correctly capture the underlining physics for the nano-scale devices. This talk will then discuss the latest development of atomistic quantum transport modelling for various emerging 2D materials-based devices. The first part of the talk will show an ab-initio approach that correctly captures the scattering mechanisms present in 2D FETs, combining the linearized Boltzmann Transport Equation (LBTE) and the NEGF formalism. Atomistic defect-variability study for 2D monolayer MoS2 FETs via many body defect-level corrections will also be presented. The second part will show the application of the ab-initio modeling framework to simulate Majorana transport, paving the way for topological qubits based on 2D nanoribbons. Atomistic modelling of van der Waals charge qubit manipulations and measurements in 2D materials will also be covered.

Title:
IEEE Electrical Safety Conference
Date:
January 27th
8:00 AM (9 hours)
Abstract:

Join us of for a day of electrical Safety. Hear talks from professionals in Power systems studies, Lock out/Tag out, meter calibrations, arc flash protective clothing, insulated tools, capacitor discharges and shock hazards. Find out the latest code updates on the NFPA 70 National Electric Code 2023, National Electric Safety Code 2023, the IEEE Standard 1547, and NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the work place. We will have talks on how to prevent injuries on the job and what type of PPE personal protective equipment that every electrical worker should have.  We also will have a discussion on arc flash labeling, protective device coordination and short circuit analysis. Don't miss out. Sign up today!

We thank our sponsors:
Dennis Garrett, Blue Lake Energy
John Paul Polestio, UE Systems
Rodney Maine
Bryan Rupert, Facility Results
Lanny Ray, SET Siemens
Akshay Prabhu, P2S
Paul Seppanen, A-Rent

Title:
Wide Bandgap Semiconductors: Opportunities and Challenges for Improved Modeling and Characterization Methods in Power Electronic Applications
Date:
January 26th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation (SCDI)
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

Wide bandgap semiconductor devices based on GaN and SiC offer myriads of advantages over traditional Si-based devices for applications in power electronics. These advantages include, among others, faster switching capabilities, allowing for reduced filtering components within converter topologies, thus leading to improved power density. Despite their many advantages, several challenges related to technological readiness level have hindered the widespread adoption of these devices. At the device-physics level, for example, the theoretical high voltage capability of GaN has yet to be commercially realized. At the device-circuits level, the fast-switching capability of SiC, though generally a beneficial attribute, has led to undesirable injected harmonic content into power electronic converters, leading to detrimental circuit-behavior. For these reasons, advanced modeling, and characterization methods for both GaN and SiC are needed, so that these devices can realize their full performance entitlement. This talk will present a broad array of modeling and characterization methodologies for GaN and SiC semiconductors. Device physics simulations using finite element modeling techniques will be presented, demonstrating the high voltage capability of vertical GaN diodes. It will be shown how these types of models can lead to the design and fabrication of future high voltage and reliable vertical GaN devices. Analytical physics-based models of GaN diodes, based on first principles, will also be presented. For these types of models, tradeoffs between model-fidelity and convergence-time in circuit-simulations will be discussed. Behavioral models of SiC MOSFETs, based on mathematical curve-fitted equations, will then be presented. These models will demonstrate the need to capture the frequency-dependence of the device’s parasitic per-terminal junction capacitances, as well as that of the parasitic package inductances, in order to construct a comprehensive empirically validated high-fidelity circuit-simulation. New strategies that can enable the development of hybrid-physics and -behavioral models will be presented, in a manner that offers utility to both device fabrication engineers, as well as application-circuit designers. For the various types of models presented, the importance of the interplay and refinement between simulation and empirical validation will be emphasized. This talk will conclude with characterization techniques and opportunities for wide bandgap semiconductors in space. The work presented in this talk lends itself well to developing strategies for multilevel integrated modeling infrastructures of next generation GaN and SiC devices, and to aid in the design, fabrication, and implementation of future high-voltage and reliable wide and ultrawide bandgap semiconductors.

Title:
Facing the Global Health Challenges in Health & Oncology Via AI Tools
Date:
January 26th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

This talk will first give an overall on the work of employing deep learning to permit novel clinical workflows in two population health tasks, namely using conventional ultrasound for liver steatosis screening and quantitative reporting; osteoporosis screening via conventional X-ray imaging and "AI readers". These two tasks were generally considered as infeasible tasks for human readers, but as proved by our scientific and clinical studies and peer-reviewed publications, they are suitable for AI readers. AI can be a supplementary and useful tool to assist physicians for cheaper and more convenient/precision patient management. Next, the main part of this talk describes a roadmap on three key problems in pancreatic cancer imaging solution: early screening, precision differential diagnosis, and deep prognosis on patient survival prediction.

(1) Based on a new self-learning framework, we train the pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) segmentation model using a larger quantity of patients, with a mix of annotated/unannotated venous or multi-phase CT images. Pseudo annotations are generated by combining two teacher models with different PDAC segmentation specialties on unannotated images, and can be further refined by a teaching assistant model that identifies associated vessels around the pancreas. Our approach makes it technically feasible for robust large-scale PDAC screening from multi-institutional multi-phase partially-annotated CT scans

(2) We propose a holistic segmentation-mesh classification network (SMCN) to provide patient-level diagnosis, by fully utilizing the geometry and location information. SMCN learns the pancreas and mass segmentation task and builds an anatomical correspondence-aware organ mesh model by progressively deforming a pancreas prototype on the raw segmentation mask. Our results are comparable to a multimodality clinical test that combines clinical, imaging, and molecular testing for clinical management of patients with cysts

(3) Accurate preoperative prognosis of resectable PDACs for personalized treatment is highly desired in clinical practice. We present a novel deep neural network for the survival prediction of resectable PDAC patients, 3D Contrast-Enhanced Convolutional Long Short-Term Memory network (CE-ConvLSTM), to derive the tumor attenuation signatures from CE-CT imaging studies. Our framework can significantly improve the prediction performances upon existing state-of-the-art survival analysis methods. This deep tumor signature has evidently added values (as a predictive biomarker) to be combined with the existing clinical staging system.

Title:
Real World Challenges Facing Electric Utilities
Date:
January 26th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
20A
San Luis Obispo, CA
Abstract:

The seminar by Roseville Electric will describe present technical and nontehnical challenges faced by the utility industries.

Title:
Software Demonstration of PSS/E
Date:
January 26th
3:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
ERC
Tempe, AZ
Abstract:

This seminar will cover automating the load flow and transient stability analyses in PSS/E and introduce user-defined models in PSS/E with examples.

Title:
CO-hosting event: Thermal and Failure Analysis of Advanced Sub-Micron Devices
Date:
January 26th
12:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

Electronics Packaging Chapter

Thermal and Failure Analysis of Advanced Sub-Micron Devices

-- thermal imaging, fine-geometry, static/dynamic, high-resolution, thermoreflectance, near-ultraviolet to infrared, examples ...

Speaker: Dr. Mo Shakouri, Microsanj Corp.

Date: Thursday, January 26, 2023

Location: in person at SEMI World Hdqtrs, Milpitas, CA USA (and via WebEx)

Time: Checkin at SEMI (sandwiches and drinks) at 11:30 AM; Presentation at noon (PST). WebEx at noon.

Cost: none

vTools Information: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/336546

Registration: https://r6.ieee.org/scv-eps/?p=2998

Summary: Performance requirements for today’s semiconductor and optoelectronic devices are leading to shrinking geometries, more complex 3-dimensional structures, and new materials. High temperatures, hot spots and temperature spikes can have a major impact on reliability. It is essential that one have a thorough understanding of static and dynamic thermal performance under operating and static conditions. This has traditionally been complex, time consuming, and often lacked the resolution required to detect thermal anomalies that could lead to early device failures. Fortunately, advances in thermal imaging techniques that combine the benefits of thermoreflectance-based analysis with illumination wavelengths from near-ultraviolet to near infrared coupled with infrared thermography can support thermal, spatial, and transient resolution consistent with today’s advanced complex device structures and shrinking geometries. In addition, equipment has advanced to considerably reduce the time and cost to get accurate results. Many examples will be shared to fully illustrate the device thermal behaviors that can be detected with these advanced thermal analysis techniques.

Title:
Submicron Nanosecond Thermoreflectance Imaging for Thermal and Failure Analysis
Date:
January 26th
11:30 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
SEMI World Hdqtrs
Milpitas, CA
Abstract:

Performance requirements for today’s semiconductor and optoelectronic devices are leading to shrinking geometries, more complex 3-dimensional structures, and new materials. High temperatures, hot spots and temperature spikes can have a major impact on reliability. It is essential that one have a thorough understanding of static and dynamic thermal performance under operating and static conditions. This has traditionally been complex, time consuming, and often lacked the resolution required to detect thermal anomalies that could lead to early device failures. Fortunately, advances in thermal imaging techniques that combine the benefits of thermoreflectance-based analysis with illumination wavelengths from near-ultraviolet to near infrared coupled with infrared thermography can support thermal, spatial, and transient resolution consistent with today’s advanced complex device structures and shrinking geometries. In addition, equipment has advanced to considerably reduce the time and cost to get accurate results. Many examples will be shared to fully illustrate the device thermal behaviors that can be detected with these advanced thermal analysis techniques.

Title:
SecureTheVillage presents "Abuse Of Your Personal Privacy"
Date:
January 26th
11:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

SecureTheVillage Virtual Event Details:

Full Title: "Abuse Of Your Personal Privacy: How Government, Big Tech, and Political Agendas Have Run Amok"

"Our government – whether at the Federal, State, or local level – is infringing on our privacy as much for seemingly good reasons, as for seemingly dubious ones.  Certainly, everyone had an opinion as to whether this was beneficial or harmful during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Add to the mix, the fact that our privacy is under assault by political agendas and special interest groups on both sides of the political spectrum, whether household names or those cryptically-named and funded (e.g. Super PACs).  Finally, we have the behemoth corporations – especially the ‘Big Tech’ platforms – who are monetizing our private information.

"This discussion should help you to gain knowledge and perspective so that you can draw your own conclusions and decide what actions you want to take on this hot topic.  Whether you are pro-choice or pro-life, pro-gun or anti-gun, pro-gin martini or pro-vodka martini – we can all agree that we SHOULD have the right to keep things private!  This lively discussion will be relevant to any political affiliation."

Panelists:

·         Moderator: Alexa McCulloch, Leadership Council, SecureTheVillage.*

·         Daly Barnett, Technologist, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Writer and Advocate.

·         Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

·         Timothy Toohey, JD, PhD, Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Technology Law. Partner at Greenberg Glusker.

* Alexa McCulloch is also Co-chair, LA Chapter, Harvard W3D.  Cybersecurity entrepreneur. Rocket Scientist.

Title:
AI for 5G-Advanced towards 6G
Date:
January 25th
5:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Abstract: 

We have entered the era of AI, brought about by three converging forces, including the availability of big data, the invention of deep learning algorithms, and high-performance computing accelerated by GPU. Meanwhile, 5G mobile communication systems are becoming increasingly complex due to the adoption of advanced technology features and the need to support various services with stringent performance requirements. AI has emerged as a powerful technology that improves system performance and enables new functions in 5G-Advanced and 6G. As 3GPP is ramping up AI items for the 5G-Advanced evolution, we anticipate that AI adoption in mobile networks will accelerate beyond proprietary solutions in the coming years. This talk will provide a state-of-the-art overview of AI use in mobile networks by describing the basic concepts, reviewing the recent key advances, discussing details of the 3GPP standardization aspects, and sharing various design rationales influencing standardization. 

 

Biography

Xingqin Lin is a Senior Standards Engineer at NVIDIA, leading 3GPP standardization and conducting research at the intersection of 5G/6G and AI. Before joining NVIDIA, he was with Ericsson, leading 5G/6G research and standardization in focus areas. He was a member of the Ericsson NextGen Advisory Board, collaborating with Ericsson Executive Team on strategic projects. He is an expert in wireless communications and technology strategy and a key contributor to 5G NR, NB-IoT, and LTE standards. His pioneering work has led to strategic opportunities, products, and real-world deployments in the telecom industry, enabling major network transitions from 4G to 5G. He is co-author of the book “Wireless Communications and Networking for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” and the lead editor for the book “5G and Beyond: Fundamentals and Standards.” He has published 80+ refereed papers and contributed to 200+ patent applications, including standards essential inventions. His publications have been cited over 7,000 times.

 

He has garnered several awards, including the IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize (2021), IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Early Career Award (2021), IEEE WCNC Best Paper Award (2020), and IEEE Communications Society Best Young Professional Award in Industry (2020), among others. He was included in the list of AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars in the field of Internet of Things (2021 & 2022) and the list of the World’s Top 2% Scientists (2020 & 2021). He serves/served as an editor of the IEEE Communications Letters (2015-2018), IEEE Communications Magazine (2022-now), IEEE Network (2021-now), IEEE Internet of Things Magazine (2021-now), and a guest editor for the IEEE Communications Magazine Feature Topic on “Aerial Communications,” IEEE Wireless Communications Special Issue on “AI-Powered Telco Network Automation: 5G Evolution and 6G,” and IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications special issue on “3GPP technologies: 5G-Advanced and beyond.” He is an IET Fellow, an IEEE Senior Member, and an IET Fellow Assessor. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from The University of Texas at Austin, USA.

 

At time of event join us at https://simnet.zoom.us/j/97096131237?pwd=YWVhZTN5OW00ZkNmS2pMaVF3d0xZZz09

 

Title:
Planning Meeting for Pacific Northwest Transmission History and Development 3 Part Series Training
Date:
January 25th
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Planning Meeting for Pacific Northwest Transmission History and Development 3 Part Series Training

Title:
Oregon ComSoc: AI for 5G-Advanced towards 6G
Date:
January 25th
5:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Abstract: 

We have entered the era of AI, brought about by three converging forces, including the availability of big data, the invention of deep learning algorithms, and high-performance computing accelerated by GPU. Meanwhile, 5G mobile communication systems are becoming increasingly complex due to the adoption of advanced technology features and the need to support various services with stringent performance requirements. AI has emerged as a powerful technology that improves system performance and enables new functions in 5G-Advanced and 6G. As 3GPP is ramping up AI items for the 5G-Advanced evolution, we anticipate that AI adoption in mobile networks will accelerate beyond proprietary solutions in the coming years. This talk will provide a state-of-the-art overview of AI use in mobile networks by describing the basic concepts, reviewing the recent key advances, discussing details of the 3GPP standardization aspects, and sharing various design rationales influencing standardization. 

 

Biography

Xingqin Lin is a Senior Standards Engineer at NVIDIA, leading 3GPP standardization and conducting research at the intersection of 5G/6G and AI. Before joining NVIDIA, he was with Ericsson, leading 5G/6G research and standardization in focus areas. He was a member of the Ericsson NextGen Advisory Board, collaborating with Ericsson Executive Team on strategic projects. He is an expert in wireless communications and technology strategy and a key contributor to 5G NR, NB-IoT, and LTE standards. His pioneering work has led to strategic opportunities, products, and real-world deployments in the telecom industry, enabling major network transitions from 4G to 5G. He is co-author of the book “Wireless Communications and Networking for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” and the lead editor for the book “5G and Beyond: Fundamentals and Standards.” He has published 80+ refereed papers and contributed to 200+ patent applications, including standards essential inventions. His publications have been cited over 7,000 times.

 

He has garnered several awards, including the IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize (2021), IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Early Career Award (2021), IEEE WCNC Best Paper Award (2020), and IEEE Communications Society Best Young Professional Award in Industry (2020), among others. He was included in the list of AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars in the field of Internet of Things (2021 & 2022) and the list of the World’s Top 2% Scientists (2020 & 2021). He serves/served as an editor of the IEEE Communications Letters (2015-2018), IEEE Communications Magazine (2022-now), IEEE Network (2021-now), IEEE Internet of Things Magazine (2021-now), and a guest editor for the IEEE Communications Magazine Feature Topic on “Aerial Communications,” IEEE Wireless Communications Special Issue on “AI-Powered Telco Network Automation: 5G Evolution and 6G,” and IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications special issue on “3GPP technologies: 5G-Advanced and beyond.” He is an IET Fellow, an IEEE Senior Member, and an IET Fellow Assessor. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from The University of Texas at Austin, USA.

 

At time of event join us at https://simnet.zoom.us/j/97096131237?pwd=YWVhZTN5OW00ZkNmS2pMaVF3d0xZZz09

 

Title:
Winter 2023 PCB Workshop
Date:
January 25th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
McDonnell Douglas Engineering Auditorium
Irvine, CA
Abstract:
Have you been thinking about working on your own electronics projects? Want to convert breadboarded circuits in to something cleaner? It all starts with designing a printed circuit board (PCB)! Join us Wednesday, 1/25 at 5PM to learn the basics of PCB design using KiCad. It is a valuable skill to have for working on projects and looking for jobs/internships. 
Title:
IEEE Electrical Commissioning
Date:
January 25th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

The ANSI/NETA Standard for Electrical Commissioning Specifications for Electrical Power Equipment and Systems was developed for use by those responsible for testing and commissioning newly installed or retrofitted electrical power systems and equipment to guide them in specifying and performing the necessary inspections, tests, measurements, and system performance verification to commission an electrical power system infrastructure. This document aids in ensuring safe, reliable operation of the electrical power equipment and systems. It is essential to commission newly installed and retrofitted electrical power equipment and systems. Additionally, acceptance testing of the equipment provides the baseline test results for maintenance programs and equipment trending, while commissioning verifies the electrical equipment and system meets the owner’s project requirements and basis of design. FLYER

Title:
Some Not-So-Common Questions to Ask if You’re Thinking About Going Back to School
Date:
January 25th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Free Webinar (Recording Available Now)

Thinking about going back to school and want to make sure you make the best choice?  In this webinar, you’ll learn how to ask those not-so-common questions to help you make an informed decision; one that will help determine whether your educational return on investment (ROI) will be worth your valuable time, effort and money to pursue.

Dr. Robert Danielle, who completed three post-secondary degrees after the age of 35 and also worked in higher education as an administrator for almost 20 years, will provide an insider perspective that essentially pulls back the curtain and gives you back office information you’ll need and want to help make the best educational choice for you.

Don’t be surprised if you get some raised eyebrows or even vague responses from enrollment or admissions advisors when you ask these questions or request the information discussed in this webinar. Dr. Danielle’s goal is to put you in the best possible position to gain valuable knowledge that will help you confidently choose a school that one day you’ll be telling your family, friends, and colleagues to attend.

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Title:
January Business Meeting
Date:
January 24th
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Building C, 3rd Floor
Farmington, UT
Abstract:

The January business meeting of the IEEE Utah Section.  This meeting will be held at Weber State University Farmington Station Park from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.   The address is 240 North Promontory, Suite 3000 - Room 321, Building C, 3rd Floor, Farmington, UT 84025.

On the agenda we have:

  • TBD

This is a great opportunity to meet your new officers and get involved in the section.  If you are attending in person, please register and let us know what you would like to eat.

There is a webex with a call-in number for those that cannot make it in person.  Please contact the Shanker Shrestha ( shanker.shrestha@ieee.org) for the webex information.

Title:
MOVE Tech Talk - January 2023
Date:
January 24th
5:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Missouri Highway Patrol Trooper Michael Mizer will cover a number of topics including the following: 

1) The possible interactions we as drivers might have with highway patrol officers

2) The federal rules for commercial drivers and touch on some of the rules in Missouri. He points our that each state has their own rules within their borders (he says Missouri is especially strict).

3) Weight restrictions as well and what the result will be if we reached 26,000 or more on the road (in MIssouri at least, the troopers carry portable scales).

Trooper Mizer appreciates interaction with his audiance so be ready with questions and discussions.

Title:
CANCELLED! Normalization of Deviance in Projects
Date:
January 24th
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Organizational mistakes and accidents have a long history in practice and have been studied extensively in the context of engineering and project development. One of the primary causes of persistent organizational error is the existence of deviance; i.e., behavior violating organizational norms. When these deviant behaviors become embedded in an organization’s culture and “normalized,” it can lead to a variety of behaviors in which company employees routinely and knowingly engage, often to the detriment of themselves and their projects.  This presentation examines the latest research of the concept of normalization of deviance in projects, addressing the areas where it is most often found to occur, and the implications for it in practice.  We will also discuss some of the means by which firms can begin to recognize these deviant behaviors and take meaningful corrective action. 

Title:
IEEE Tech Talk Clean Energy Fusion
Date:
January 24th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Join us for an informative session on Clean Fusion Energy.  Scientists studying fusion energy at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California said they produced the first fusion reaction in a laboratory that created more energy than it took to start it. Learn today how this is possible.

Title:
IEEE SPS ExCom Meeting
Date:
January 23rd
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE ExCom meeting - January 2023

Title:
San Diego Section 2023 Awards Banquet
Date:
January 21st
11:01 AM (4.0 hours)
Location:
Hahn University Center
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

This annual luncheon event celebrates IEEE San Diego Section, its activities and events, and the contributions of its 2022 and 2023 leaders in IEEE San Diego.  The program begins with a reception, followed by buffet luncheon and awards.  This networking event is a great opportunity to meet local leaders and contributors to San Diego IEEE functions.  All interested are welcome to join us -- please register here (complimentary for past chairs and 2022-23 officers, at our cost for all others). 

In 2022, San Diego standouts included the IEEE Evening of Innovation and Honors Ceremony, and the IEEE WIE International Leadership Conference (WIE-ILC).  In 2023, standouts will include 2023 IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) https://ims-ieee.org in June, where WIE-ILC 2023 has colocated. 

Agenda

11:00 Reception
12:00  Buffet lunch
1:00  Presentations, Awards Program, and Photos


For any further questions, please contact zzhang@ieee.org

Title:
IDEA Hacks Hardware Hackathon
Date:
January 20th
4:30 PM (2 days)
Location:
Ackerman Union
Los Angeles, CA
Abstract:

IDEA Hacks is the largest hardware-focused hackathon on the West Coast. Held annually at UCLA by IEEE Student Branch at UCLA, this is a unique opportunity for hundreds of students from UCLA and community colleges to dedicate 36 continuous hours to developing their very own project from start to finish. With all the parts, tools, space, and food provided all for free, students walk away with new skills, a stronger understanding of fundamental engineering concepts, and a marketable, tangible product they can put on their resume.

This event also encourages development beyond technical experience through initiatives focused on environmental sustainability, interdisciplinary learning, appreciation of the arts, supporting mental and physical health, and outreach to community colleges.

For more information, refer to our website: https://ideahacks.la/

Title:
TESTING REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVICES WITH COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTIONS USED WITH ELECTRIC POWER APPARATUS
Date:
January 19th
2:30 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Chapter technical meeting.

YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR THIS MEETING TO GET THE ZOOM LINK

 

 

 

Sponsor:  Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Society.  We will have a drawing for 3 Amazon Gift Cards after the presentation.  You must be present to win. 

Title:
Seattle PES EXCOM mtg
Date:
January 19th
2:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

EXCOM Planning meeting for 2023 Elections

Title:
Physics Informed Machine Learning to accelerate scientific computations and discovery
Date:
January 19th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
MESA Public Library
Los Alamos, NM
Abstract:

Physics Informed Machine Learning to accelerate scientific computations and discovery

Title:
January Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Afternoon)
Date:
January 19th
10:30 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Afternoon)

Title:
"Socially Assistive Robotics Right Now" IEEE OCCS & OC ACM Mtg
Date:
January 18th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
2040 Main St
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

Event Details 

Full Title: "Socially Assistive Robotics Right Now: Personalized Embodied Systems for In-Home Support of Health, Wellness, Education, and Training"

The nexus of advances in robotics, natural language processing, and machine learning has created opportunities for personalized robots in a variety of domains of daily life. The current pandemic has both caused and exposed unprecedented levels of health & wellness, education, and training needs worldwide. Socially assistive robotics has the potential to address those needs through personalized and affordable support that complements human care. This talk will discuss human-robot interaction methods for socially assistive robotics that utilize multi-modal interaction data and expressive and persuasive robot behavior to monitor, coach, and motivate users to engage in health, wellness, education and training activities. Methods and results will be presented that include modeling, learning, and personalizing user motivation, engagement, and coaching of healthy children and adults, stroke patients, Alzheimer's patients, and children with autism spectrum disorders, in short and long-term (month+) deployments in schools, therapy centers, and homes. Research and commercial implications and pathways will be discussed.

This meeting will be held in person at the Knobbe Martens' Irvine offices. The doors will open at 6:30 PM for networking. Announcements and the presentation will begin at 7:00 PM. Parking validation will be provided to attendees. 

About the Speaker Dr. Maja Mataric´

Prof. Maja Mataric´ is Chan Soon-Shiong Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, Neuroscience, and Pediatrics at the University of Southern California (USC), founding director of the USC Robotics and Autonomous Systems Center, and Interim Vice President of Research. She received a PhD and MS in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence MIT, and BS in Computer Science from the University of Kansas. She is a Fellow of the AAAS, IEEE, AAAI, and ACM, the Anita Borg Institute Women of Vision Award for Innovation, the Okawa Foundation Award, NSF Career Award, MIT TR35 Innovation Award, the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Early Career Award, and the USC Remarkable Woman Award, among others. Prof. Mataric´ is the author of the popular textbook "The Robotics Primer" and has published extensively (h-index 100; 39,594 citations as of 1/30/21). She has served on a number of advisory boards, including the National Science Foundation CISE Division, the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) Council, Willow Garage, and Evolution Robotics.

Prof. Mataric´ has made a series of pioneering contributions to the field of robotics. Her early work was in robot navigation and mapping; she then made contributions to multi-robot coordination and swarm control. Next, she did some of the earliest work in robot learning from demonstration. She is now best known for founding the field of socially assistive robotics, where her research is developing human-robot interaction algorithms and methods for supporting behavior change in convalescence, rehabilitation, training, and education. Her research has developed robot-assisted therapies for children with autism spectrum disorders, stroke and traumatic brain injury survivors, and individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, and has deployed robots in complex environments including homes, nursing homes, hospitals, and classrooms for weeks and months at a time, collecting unprecedented datasets that enabled novel models and personalization strategies. She is also co-founder of Embodied, Inc. where she served as chief science officer in 2016-2018; in May 2020 Embodied launched Moxie, an in-home socially assistive robot for children.

Prof. Mataric´’s university leadership experience includes serving as the USC Interim Vice President of Research (2020-present), USC Viterbi School of Engineering Vice Dean of Research (2006-2019), and the elected President of the USC faculty and the Academic Senate (2006-2007).

Prof. Mataric´ and her work have been featured in The New Yorker, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Popular Science, National Geographic, LA Times, Scientific American, the BBC News, LA Times, and in the documentary movie “Me & Isaac Newton”, among others.

More information about Prof. Mataric´ can be found here.

 

Title:
IEEE CC Event - 18 January @ 6PM - Distinguished Lecturer Professor Behrooz Parhami
Date:
January 18th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Rusty's Pizza
Goleta, CA
Abstract:

Location - Rusty’s Pizza ­­                                                                                    

5934 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117                                                                     

6:00 PM – Complimentary Pizza, Beverage­

6:25 PM – Central Coast Status

6:30 PM – Dr. Parhami Presents

Please join us for the 18 January 2023 IEEE Central Coast Event. Professor Behrooz Parhami will honor us with his very timely talk “Women in Science and Engineering: A Tale of Two Countries”. This talk is about a Worldwide societal phenomenon affecting Engineering around the world. Professor Parhami has personal knowledge of the status of this subject across its whole spectrum from Iran to here in the U.S. I believe that his talk will be very interesting and enlightening.

Best regards, Ruth Franklin IEEE Central Coast Chair

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Title:
Winter 2023 Week 2 General Meeting
Date:
January 18th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Our second general meeting of the quarter is on Wednesday, January 18th on zoom from 6 to 7. Our IEEE Client Services Manager, Craig Griffith, will introduce IEEE and highlight 9 ways that IEEE can help throughout your career. He will also discuss IEEE conferences, publications, research tools, grants, and more that is available from IEEE.

Title:
2023 Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM - January Meeting
Date:
January 18th
5:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Online
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 (remote)

Agenda:

Approve prior meeting minutes

Student branch reports

Section Officers Reports

1) Annual Awards Banquet! Imminent! 
2) Senior elevation
3) Section volunteers
4) Rising Stars Report

Old and new business

Adjourn 

 

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

 

Title:
Eastern Idaho PMI & IEEE Eastern Idaho Section: January meetings features tour of Curtiss-Wright building
Date:
January 18th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
1350 Whitewater Drive
Idaho Falls, ID
Abstract:

Putting engineering into action from production to development and understanding what it takes to produce industrial instrumentation is what you will learn at Curtiss-Wright Corporation tour.

Please join us in person for the next meeting of the Eastern Idaho Chapter of the Project Management Institute, scheduled for Jan. 18. This month we will tour the Curtiss-Wright Corporation building in Idaho Falls.


The meeting will be held at the Curtiss-Wright Corporation building located at 1350 Whitewater Drive. Please meet in the lobby that connects the two buildings between 6 and 6:30 p.m. Attendees can access the lobby from the east or west entrances. The tour will start shortly after. The cost is for and is limited to 36 people. We will provide sandwiches from Great Harvest.

Register here  (https://eastidahopmi.org/news-events/event-calendar/pd/january-2023-chapter-meeting ) to attend no later than 9 p.m. Jan. 16.


Attendance can be worth up to 1.0 Ways of Working or Business Acumen PDUs.

Title:
IEEE PES Oregon Monthly meeting January 17 2023
Date:
January 17th
12:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

12:30 Chair Makes Announcements and Introduces the Speaker
12:35-1:15 Speaker gives presentation
1:15-1:30 Q&A by the speaker, and final comments by the Chair

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Title:
IEEE Smart Cities New Delhi India
Date:
January 17th
7:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Join us for an interactive session with native speakers from New Delhi India on Smart Cities New Delhi. Talks will be on Smart Connectivity using IoT devices and other smart city innovations.

Smart Campus connectivity using IOT and Cloud Computing
Smart campus connectivity using the Internet of Things (IoT) in India involves the integration of various IoT devices and technologies to improve communication, automation, and monitoring within a campus setting. This can include the use of sensors, smart devices, and networking technologies to improve energy efficiency, security, and the overall student experience. Some examples of how IoT can be used in a campus setting include smart lighting systems, temperature control systems, learning management, data handling and smart security systems. Additionally, IoT can also be used to improve the effectiveness of campus services such as transportation, parking, and library services. Cloud computing can help in connecting smart campus connectivity:

1. Data storage and processing:
2. AI Generative tasks
3. Analytics remote access and control
4. security and privacy 
5. Cost Effective

Title:
IEEE Resume Night 1/11/23
Date:
January 13th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Casey Building
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

On Friday, January 13, 2023, the IEEE club will be hosting a Resume Night for students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department and others students interested in related fields. This will be a business casual event and it will take place in Casey 530 (also known as the “Casey Commons” room) at Seattle University, from 6:00PM to 8:00PM. Food and other refreshments will be provided! 

Title:
Introduction to “Design Thinking” – It’s Not Just “Thinking About Design”!
Date:
January 12th
7:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Design Thinking, popularized by IDEO and the Stanford University d.School, is an incredibly valuable methodology for achieving unprecedented results in product development, project management, business leadership, and beyond. While it’s natural to assume that design thinking would mean “thinking about design” – and that does describe some of what goes on in this process – that’s somewhat misleading. A “leap year” isn’t a whole year of leaping, and design thinking is more than design. It is an approach that goes beyond problem-solving to “thinking from the future” in order to invent solutions that would be difficult to discover by problem-centric approaches.

Both design thinking and Scrappy Project Management© share an obsession with “the customer”. And both start by “thinking from the future” rather than getting stuck in the current situation, hampered by self-limiting beliefs about what’s possible. Rather than using the classic design thinking model of Empathize – Define – Ideate – Prototype – Test, let’s use a cycle that’s a bit easier to remember: Why? – Who? – What? – How?

  • Rather than instinctively jumping to HOW to solve a “problem”, start with WHY – Why is this project important? Dig deeply to find an inspiring purpose beyond profit.
  • Next explore WHO – who cares, who’s impacted, who’s involved, and who’s judging the success of your project? The empathy map & personna are powerful tools to bring stakeholders to life.
  • Then move on to WHAT – what outcomes would go beyond “solving a problem” to surprise and delight your stakeholders? Use lateral thinking to imagine the future, and then create it.
  • Use the power of cross pollination to explore and expand possibilities beyond the obvious solutions to the truly remarkable.
  • Design and rapidly prototype HOW to achieve the desired outcomes and delight your stakeholders. Get feedback early and often from a wide variety of people, then iterate.

Using the WHY – WHO – WHAT – HOW cycle as a guide makes this powerful approach easy to remember and accessible to all project teams, even if you are not expert in design thinking.

“Design thinking helps us appreciate and make sense of the complex connections between people, places, objects, events, and ideas. This is the most powerful driver of innovation. It’s what guides long-range strategic planning. It’s what shapes business decisions that have to be based on future opportunities rather than past events.” – Idris Mootee, Design Thinking for Strategic Innovation: What They Can’t Teach You at Business or Design School

KEY LEARNINGS:

  • Avoiding the “Rush to Solution”.
  • Discovering the Big WHY purpose for any project.
  • Focusing on the key stakeholders who will judge your project’s success.
  • Defining “success”, and the measures of that success, through the eyes of your key stakeholders.
  • Embracing necessary risk-taking, learning from mistakes, experimenting, prototyping and “failing forward”.

FORMAT: Never one to lecture, Kimberly facilitates lively and engaging “learning laboratories”. You will leave this workshop equipped with practical methodologies, tools & techniques that you can immediately apply to achieve significantly better results . . . even unprecedented breakthroughs!

Title:
IEEE OC Section ExCom Meeting - December 8, 2022 MOVED ON-LINE
Date:
January 12th
6:34 PM (2 hours)
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:
Satellite Data to Detect Diesel-powered Irrigation for Guiding Electrification in Ethiopia
Date:
January 12th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

In Sub-Saharan Africa, electricity access is progressing, but electricity use for economic growth remains stagnant. Powering economies sustainably is vital to enhancing livelihoods and is particularly challenging in agriculture-led rural economies, where the financial viability of electrification hinges on having sufficient demand to ensure sustainable revenues for utilities, which in turn provides economic benefits to consumers. Further, electrification planning in these regions has been stifled by the lack of accessible and reliable data. In this talk, I will present a technique for identifying areas with diesel-powered irrigation activity in Ethiopia based on remotely sensed data and a supervised classification machine learning approach.

Title:
NWESS - Northwest Energy System Symposiu 2024 Planning Committee Meeting
Date:
January 12th
2:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

NWESS 2024 Planning Committee Meeting 

Title:
What's It Like Working In The Professional World?
Date:
January 11th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Holmes Hall
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:
This will be free ranging conversation where the speaker willl bring up subjects and ideas to answer these questions and will be open to questions from the floor on any concerns from the students.  I will answer and discuss each question based on my 50 plus years in the work environment in a few different Consultant design offices and State employment. What will my employer expect of me?What will I need to know on my first day?Will I have a private office?When will I get a major project? What will I be expected to design?What should I put on my business cards?How expensive of a restaurant will my interview dinner be?Will I need to wear a suit to work every day?What will look important or impressive on my resume? 
Title:
Winter 2023 General Meeting
Date:
January 11th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
McDonnell Douglas Engineering Auditorium
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

Our first general meeting of the quarter is on Wednesday, January 11th in MDEA from 6 to 7. We will be going over the details of membership++ and the plan for winter quarter. 

Title:
Investing Basics: Five Steps to Building a Disciplined Investment Strategy
Date:
January 11th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Series Webinar

In the first webinar of this series, Kyle Cunningham will discuss the fundamentals of creating a financial plan and investment strategy based on the concepts of goal setting, risk and reward, diversification, discipline, and momentum.

Join us here:

 

IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Webinar Series

This series is being presented in partnership with the IEEE Member Discounts Program.

Title:
Practical Instruction on Ufer Grounds
Date:
January 10th
7:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Entrepreneurs Sandbox
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

Concrete encased electrodes for grounding electrical power systems, also called Ufer grounds, are highly effective grounding systems when installed correctly.  James will explain what constitutes a Ufer ground and how one can be easily constructed in accordance with IEEE Standard 142-2007 (the Green Book) and the National Electrical Code (NEC).  He will also explain what common errors and myths surround Ufer grounds as well as an error in the IEEE Green Book, and errors interpreting the NEC.  James will also explain how Ufer grounds are essential to effective lightning protection systems.  James’ background as an experienced construction electrician and a BS Civil Engineer make him uniquely qualified to explain civil/structural concepts and practices and how they are relevant to his fellow Electrical Engineers.  

Title:
IEEE Seattle Section Excom Meeting January 2023
Date:
January 10th
7:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

IEEE Seattle Section Excom meeting with chapter and society chairs. 

Title:
IEEE Foothill ExCom/OpCom January 2023 Monthly Meeting
Date:
January 10th
6:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Bldg. 9
Ontario, CA
Abstract:

IEEE Foothill ExCom/OpCom will have a meeting every second Tuesday of the month.

Title:
Jan 2023 Oregon Excom Meeting
Date:
January 10th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Engineering Building
Portland
Abstract:

Jan 2023 Oregon Excom In person meeting

Title:
Testing Requirements for Devices with Communications Functions used with Electric Power Apparatus
Date:
January 10th
5:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
775 Montague Expressway
Milpitas, CA
Abstract:

5:30pm: complimentary food

6:15pm: presentation starts

This presentation describes the IEEE standards work undertaken in the last six years on refining the testing requirements for devices with communications functions. The new P1613 draft harmonizes closely with the IEC requirements for electric utility equipment with some differences. Its harmonized Scope includes most utility-owned smart grid control equipment with a COM port. Updates were also made to the Protective Relaying Standards IEEE-C37.90.1, C37.90.2 and C37.90.3 to harmonize them with more modern testing requirements in the IEC with some differences

Title:
IEEE PHX Section Officers Dinner @ The Phoenix City Grille Tuesday Jan 10, 2023
Date:
January 10th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Phoenix City Grille
Phoenix, AZ
Abstract:

Join us for our first, **IN PERSON**, post-covid IEEE PHX Section Officer THANK YOU dinner.  We cannot operate without our valuable members who volunteer their time, talents and leadership to help our section.  THOSE volunteers can't do it without the help and support of their signifcant others, which is why this year we are extending the THANK YOU invite to our Officers and their guest.  The IEEE PHX section will cover the Officer and their guest for dinner and soft drinks at The Phoenix City Grille 5816 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016, Jan 10 6pm.  Cash bar.  Registration closes Jan 9 for final head count.  

Title:
Executive meeting
Date:
January 10th
11:00 AM (0 minute)
Location:
LANL Research Library
Los Alamos, NM
Abstract:

monthly executive meeting

Title:
IEEE HAWAII EXCOM MEETING from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Online
Date:
January 9th
8:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Hawaii Section, ExCom, virtual meeting, monthlyMonthly ExCom meeting. Will be held virtually over video conference service (Meet) from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Title:
PELS Excom meeting 01/09/23
Date:
January 9th
7:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Sunnyvale, CA
Abstract:

PELS Excom meeting

Title:
2023 IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter ExComm Meeting (Jan)
Date:
January 9th
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter Executive Committee Meeting (Jan 2023):

Agenda:

  1. ExCom schedule (will send out Zoom meeting links)
  2. 2023 Oregon SSCS Schedule
  3. Finance Update
  4. Opens?

 

Title:
Wave Energy
Date:
January 5th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

Oscilla Power is focused on developing large scale wave energy converters (WEC’s) that canprovide reliable, utility-scale energy, enabling significant reductions in carbon emissions. Our 100kWTriton-C system is currently located in Hawaii and is waiting to be installed at the Wave Energy TestSite off the Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The Triton technology is known as a “multi-mode pointabsorber” and consists of a geometrically optimized floating hull connected to a submerged reactionstructure. When waves act on the hull, they create movement in all six degrees of freedom, enablingthe system to generate energy with high efficiency and low variability. Our technology has beenproven through extensive laboratory testing and multiple ocean deployments. This presentation willfocus on the Triton-C system including the power extraction technique, power smoothing viasupercapacitors, and the HECO grid connection.

Title:
LMAG6037 Regular Officers' Meeting
Date:
January 5th
4:00 PM (0 minute)
Abstract:

Ex Comm Officer's Meeting

Title:
CO-hosting event: Tutorial: Reliability Testing and Design for Reliability of Packaging Interconnects
Date:
January 5th
8:00 AM (2 hours)
Abstract:

Electronics Packaging Chapter

Tutorial: Reliability Testing and Design for Reliability of Packaging Interconnects

-- 2-Hour Short Course: lead-free solder joints, power creep, viscoplasticity, temperature, strain rate, constitutive equations, thermal-cycling, examples, recommendations  ...

Speaker: John H Lau, Unimicron Technology Corporation

Date: Thursday, January 5, 2023

Time: Checkin via WebEx at 7:45 AM; Presentation 8:00 – 10:00 AM (PST)

Cost: none

vTools Information: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/336536

Registration: https://r6.ieee.org/scv-eps/?p=2996

Summary: Recent advances and trends in lead-free solder joint reliability are presented in this study. Emphasis is placed on the design for reliability (DFR) and reliability testing and data analysis, including: Norton power creep constitutive equations and examples; the Wises two power creep constitutive equations and examples; the Garofalo hyperbolic sine creep constitutive equations and examples; and the Anand viscoplasticity constitutive equations and examples, with temperature and strain rate-dependent parameters. For reliability testing and data analysis, the Weibull and lognormal life distributions for lead-free solder joints under thermal-cycling and drop tests;  the true Weibull slope, true characteristic life, and true mean life; and the linear acceleration factors for various lead-free solder alloys based on frequency and maximum temperature, dwell time and maximum temperature; and frequency and mean temperature will be presented. Some recommendations will also be provided.

Title:
Tutorial: Reliability Testing and Design for Reliability of Packaging Interconnects
Date:
January 5th
8:00 AM (2 hours)
Abstract:

Recent advances and trends in lead-free solder joint reliability are presented in this study. Emphasis is placed on the design for reliability (DFR) and reliability testing and data analysis, including: Norton power creep constitutive equations and examples; the Wises two power creep constitutive equations and examples; the Garofalo hyperbolic sine creep constitutive equations and examples; and the Anand viscoplasticity constitutive equations and examples, with temperature and strain rate-dependent parameters. For reliability testing and data analysis, the Weibull and lognormal life distributions for lead-free solder joints under thermal-cycling and drop tests;  the true Weibull slope, true characteristic life, and true mean life; and the linear acceleration factors for various lead-free solder alloys based on frequency and maximum temperature, dwell time and maximum temperature; and frequency and mean temperature will be presented. Some recommendations will also be provided.

Title:
Monolithic Co-integration of III-V Materials into Foundry Si-CMOS in a Single Chip for Novel Integrated Circuits
Date:
January 4th
9:30 AM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

As Moore’s Law is slowing down and eventually approaching an end for conventional CMOS, new
platforms for producing circuit-level innovation are desired. At the same time, it is not desirable to throw
away the existing Si-CMOS infrastructure to start new. The SMART-LEES (Singapore MIT Alliance for
Research and Technology – Low Energy Electronic Systems) program is such a “vertical” innovative
platform by “inserting” III-V layers into a conventional Si-CMOS foundry process. This talk presents an
overview of the SMART-LEES program as well as a unified compact model for generic GaN/InGaAs-
based HEMTs in the context of the hybrid III-V + CMOS technology developed for future heterogeneous
integrated circuits. The developed model has been implemented in a hybrid III-V/CMOS foundry PDK
for designing heterogeneous circuits in III-V/Si monolithically co-integrated technology.

Title:
2023 IEEE Rising Stars Conference
Date:
January 3rd
9:00 AM (3 days)
Location:
Tropicana Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas, NV
Abstract:
Register today to get best price for IEEE Rising Stars 2023!Where Students and Young Professionals Come to Connect and be Inspired

The IEEE Rising Stars Conference is the event where students and young professionals from all over the world gather to get inspired, network and advance their careers. The 2023 conference will move into the cloud and become global. Rising Stars started at the Riviera Hotel, moved to the Excalibur, and then to the Tropicana Hotel. Each move enabled the conference to grow and increase the impact on the young professionals and university students we serve. Transforming Rising Stars to a virtual conference enables the conference, the speakers, the sponsors, and IEEE to expand the reach of the conference and provide the quality program that our conference participants expect.

As a premier event, the IEEE Rising Stars Conference is designed to inform, excite, enthuse, and enlighten the top engineering young professionals and students. The conference brings together the most promising students and young professionals around the world to network and is inspired by each other. The program includes interactive events, competitions, technical innovation talks from industry experts, networking opportunities and professional development.

The Rising Stars event consists of two tracks. One focuses on bringing together technical professionals who are experts in emerging technologies including autonomous vehicles, space, and manufacturing, cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, security, and IoT. The Professional track consists of technical professionals who come to enlighten and inspire attendees to succeed in an ever-changing job environment and on how to develop as leaders in their respective fields.

The IEEE Rising Stars Conference provides direction and perspective to performing young professionals and students. Attendees at the event will gain insight on how best to further their careers by networking and learning from industry professionals and executives from leading international companies. Rising Stars Global attendees will leave the event with better preparation to face the challenges presented to them and armed with the appropriate contacts needed to gain the insight to be successful.

Title:
Quantum Paradigm for Machine Learning
Date:
January 2nd
8:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Free Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/quantum-paradigm-for-machine-learning-tickets-470791669557

Synopsis:

The area of quantum machine learning (QML) is a young one and is expanding quickly. QML builds artificial intelligence that utilises quantum technology to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of learning algorithms. In order to overcome the difficulties of merging quantum computation and machine learning and to advance our understanding in this field, strong interdisciplinary cooperation are required. The lecture's objectives are to introduce QML to the audience and to examine the field's scope as well as its technical difficulties.

Title:
Seattle IEEE PES EXCOM Planning meeting for 2023 Elections and Upcoming Events
Date:
January 1st
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

Planning Meeting for Seattle PES  Elections and upcoming events

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