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34 meetings

Title:
USC IEEE GRSS-APS-SSCS Chapter Seminar Series - Prof. Cynthia Furse - Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022 at 5:30pm (Online)
Date:
November 29th
5:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
Abstract:

The University of Southern California Joint Student Chapter of the IEEE (GRSS, APS, and SSCS) invites you to the following talk in our 2021-2022 seminar series:

History and Future of Implantable Antennas, presented by Prof. Cynthia Furse from the University of Utah, on Tuesday, Nov 29, 2022, 5:30-6:30 pm PST.

Abstract: Implantable antennas have been used for communication with medical implants for decades. Since then, wireless medical telemetry systems and their associated implantable antennas have expanded rapidly. Implantable medical devices now touch virtually every major function in the human body. Cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators, neural recording and stimulation devices, cochlear and retinal implants are just a few of the many implantable medical devices available today. Wireless telemetry for these devices is necessary to monitor battery level and device health, upload reprogramming for device function, and download data for patient monitoring. Emerging medical telemetry devices have led to recent advances in the design of small, biocompatible antennas that can be implanted in the human body. This paper will track the types of antennas seen in the past, the technologies that enabled these changes, and prospects for future implantable antennas for medical applications.

Title:
Webinar: Solar Generators in Ukraine: A Case Study on Resilience by New Use Energy
Date:
November 30th
9:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

This webinar will discuss how people facing intermittent and unreliable grid conditions in tough environments can use solar generators to power critical infrastructure.

Speaker: Paul Shmotolokha is an IEEE member in Seattle.  He presented and exhibited at GHTC 2022.  Paul is the CEO of New Use Energy (NUE).

NUE's solar power systems are being deployed in Ukraine for backup power for their hospitals.

 

REGISTER NOW @ https://www.newuseenergy.com/webinar-solar-generators-in-ukraine-a-case-study-on-resilience/

Title:
How to Solve the Problem of Innovation in Hybrid and Remote Work
Date:
November 30th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Free Livestream Webinar

Solving the problem of innovation in hybrid and remote work is key for tech professionals to seize competitive advantage in the post-pandemic world. Techniques like traditional brainstorming meetings work poorly for hybrid and remote teams. And the lack of hallway conversations impair spontaneous idea generation. That's why so many leaders want everyone to return to the office. However, research shows that these leaders simply fail to apply best practices for effective user experience to solve the problem of innovation in hybrid and remote work. This presentation will delve into the nuts-and-bolts of two research-based techniques - one for deliberate innovation and one for spontaneous innovation - that tech professionals at forward-looking companies have been using successfully to outpace their competitors. This presentation offers case studies and best practices from these tech professionals that you need to seize an innovation advantage in hybrid and remote work. Learning objectives:

  • Learn about research on best practices for user experience for innovation in hybrid and remote work
  • Identify where you and your team might benefit from adopting these best practices to facilitate both deliberate and spontaneous innovation
  • Assess how your plans for innovation in hybrid and remote work benchmarks to best practices based on behavioral science research and case studies from forward-looking organizations
  • Develop a plan to adapt these best practices to solving the problem of innovation for yourself and your team

If you would like to get a complimentary copy of Dr. Tsipursky's (Dr. Gleb's) book on the nuts and bolts of hybrid and remote work best practices, please opt in to Dr. Tsipursky’s mailing list via this link* 

* Please note: opting in to receive Dr. Tsipursky's materials is voluntary.  IEEE-USA does not endorse products or services offered.

 

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Title:
MEMS Industry Commercialization Report Card
Date:
November 30th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Abstract:

First published in 1998, Roger Grace Associates has created and conducted the MEMS Industry Commercialization Report Card (Report Card) Study which has annually monitored the “health” of the worldwide MEMS industry vis-à-vis 14 subjects (a.k.a. critical success factors) and supplemented by verbatims from the respondents. The Report Card market study uses the “Delphi Method” which is based on the inputs of a limited number of highly experienced and acknowledged worldwide MEMS industry experts.

The 2021 Report Card overall grade was a C+ which declined from the previous five years grade of B- and with virtually all of the 14 subjects receiving decreasing grades. The hundreds of verbatim responses received along with the letter grades emphatically showed the culprit of the grade decreases to be inextricably linked to the results of the effects of Covid. This was especially true in the subject of “Established Infrastructure” where the grade decreased from B+ to B- and was primarily due to supply chain disruptions. Recommendations of the study include actionable strategies to mitigate and overcome the highly expected resulting negative effects to the MEMS commercialization process due to expected continuance of Covid into 2022.

Title:
IEEE SSCS Utah Chapter Fall Seminar
Date:
December 1st
8:45 AM (2.8 hours)
Location:
SMBB
Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract:

The Utah SSCS chapter is  holding a fall seminar with presentations by Dr. Armin Tajalli and Kent Layton.

Lunch will be provided for those attending in person at the University of Utah SMBB.

The seminar will be a hybrid format with in-person and Webex options. 

This will be a great opportunity to interact with others in the circuits community.

Title:
Next Generation Passive Optical Network Standards and Applications
Date:
December 1st
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
San Deigo, CA
Abstract:

Abstract: 
This talk will introduce the ITU standardization effort on the next generation high-speed passive optical network (PON). The ITU project G.9804 series will be reviewed. The standards development status will be updated. The talk will focus on the 50G-PON system requirements and accepted solutions. Applications in 5G and other areas will be analyzed to highlight 50G-PON features. Recent industry test results will be reported, and challenges will be summarized to encourage joint research in this area.

Speaker: Dr. Yuanqiu Luo, Director of Optical Access Standards in Futurewei Technologies, USA.

Title:
A delightful IEEE Seattle Holiday party- Please join us !!
Date:
December 1st
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
14850 NE 24th St,
Redmond, WA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Please join our delightful IEEE Seattle Holiday Party. Meet and greet fellow IEEE members and enjoy the camaraderie.
The Mandarin Buffet and Grill at Redmond provides over 100 delicious dishes, including a Monglian grill in front of you, a meat station, fresh fish, crab, shellfish, sushi, authentic delicacy, soup, dessert, wine, and more. ..
Raffle for a pleasant surprise !!
Come to join the holiday fun !!

IEEE Member and family . per person,

IEEE Student person

Members:   Please  join to expand new contacts and share experience and insights with different industries and corporations. 

Student Members:  Please come to talk to people who worked at corporations that you are interested to join in the future. 

Title:
IEEE SSCS DL: Coherent SiP Links
Date:
December 2nd
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

With datacenters mushrooming around each other to provide the necessary bandwidth for our computing and communication needs, the need to interconnect them with optical fibers at low cost and high energy efficiency has significantly increased. Coherent silicon photonic links bear the promise to satisfy that demand at an unprecedented scale, integration, and (low) cost. In this talk, I will briefly introduce silicon photonics, describe our recent work on silicon photonics 16-QAM coherent links operating at 0.5Tb/s, and comment on some of the subsequent research opportunities in coherent silicon photonics.

Title:
Digital Foxhunt
Date:
December 2nd
2:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Swenson Hall
Orange, CA
Abstract:

Keysight and TestEquity have arranged a "Fox Hunt" on the Chapman Unversity campus on Friday, December 2.
Fox hunts originated within the amateur radio community, where a ham radio would transmit from an unknown environment, and participants would compete to be the first to find the hidden transmitter.
For this updated version  IoT devices will be placed around the university campus, hidden in trees, cars and statues.
Students will use Keysight FieldFox Handheld Spectrum Analyzers, coupled with directional antennas, to search for signals originating from these IoT devices.
Keysight will provide prizes for the students who find the most signal generators the fastest.

Title:
Utah Section Holiday and Awards Dinner
Date:
December 2nd
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
4861 S. State Street,
Murray, UT
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

We are excited to get together to celebrate 2022, celebrate the awards our members have earned, and give thanks to all the wonderful time our members have volunteered over the last several years.  We are pleased to host this at the Desert Star in Murray.  This is a great opportunity to enjoy an evening with your significant other and colleagues. 

Title:
IEEE Student Branch Soldering Workshop
Date:
December 2nd
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Holmes Hall
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

Join us to learn how to solder! Space is limited so sign up as soon as possible. (IEEE students at UH Manoa is prioritized.)

Title:
IEEE SSCS DL: Compute-in-Memory: Trends and Prospects
Date:
December 7th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

The unprecedented growth in Deep Neural Networks (DNN) model size has resulted into a massive amount of data movement from off-chip memory to on-chip processing cores in modern Machine Learning (ML) accelerators. Compute-In-Memory (CIM) designs performing DNN computations within memory arrays are being explored to mitigate this ‘Memory Wall’ bottleneck of latency and energy overheads. Multiple memory technologies with unique attributes are being explored for enabling energy efficient CIM designs.

In this talk, I will present trends in recent CIM designs and highlight key principles utilized for performing multi-bit Multiply-Accumulate (MAC) computations using both analog and digitally-intensive approaches. The design trade-offs among bit-precision, throughput, energy efficiency, data converter overheads, and computational accuracies will be discussed. In addition, the prospects of compute-in-memory designs for applications beyond DNNs will also be presented.

Title:
Industry 5.0 and the Future of Robotics
Date:
December 7th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Industry 5.0 promises to have robots and people working side-by-side, accomplishing things that neither one would be able to do as well alone. But what will it take to make this happen? How can one ensure, and more importantly measure, the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of a human-robot collaborative systems. What might the future of the manufacturing world look like? In this talk a vision of this future will be presented, highlighting work being performed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology as well as other efforts around the world.

Title:
Robust depth estimation for robots with stereo cameras using bespoke DNNs
Date:
December 7th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Autonomous robots depend on their perception systems to understand the world around them. These machines often leverage a host of sensors including cameras, lidars, radars, and ultrasonic sensors to create this environmental understanding. Stereo cameras play a big role in providing depth perception to robotic systems. This depth information can be estimated using classical computer vision techniques, like semi-global matching (SGM) or leverage deep neural networks (DNNs). Each individual algorithm may struggle in a particular set of operating conditions. But when multiple depth estimation algorithms are leveraged simultaneously, It is possible that more robust depth information can be calculated.

In this talk, we'll cover work at NVIDIA to train the ESS DNN model for determining stereo disparity using both synthetic and real-world data to perform well where SGM may not. We'll also introduce the Bi3D model which is trained on the simplified question of "is X closer than M meters?" rather than "how far away is X?", yielding improvements in both accuracy and speed. As every approach has deficiencies on its own, we'll touch upon how ensembling the responses of ESS and Bi3D, DNNs developed specifically for robotic perception with SGM could lead to robust obstacle detection. Finally, we'll discuss how we've tuned the performance of these models to run on embedded compute for the responsive stopping behavior required in autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).

Title:
Algorithms & protocols joint coms, localization, sensing by Dr. George Alexandropoulos
Date:
December 8th
7:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Title: Reconfigurable intelligent surfaces: Communications, sensing, and their integration

 

Abstract: The advent of the connected things paradigm within 5G wireless communications enabled various sophisticated applications, whose evolution paves the way for the notion of the connected intelligence of everything in 6G networks. Recent speculations for this upcoming new generation push the 5G performance indicators to unprecedented levels, envisioning THz frequency bands, devices with embedded sensing capabilities, and native AI. All these are expected to become a reality around 2030 and with a strong green footprint. In this talk, we will elaborate around the emerging technology of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RISs) which is provisioned as the enabler of smart wireless environments, offering a highly scalable, low-cost, hardware-efficient, and almost energy-neutral solution for the dynamic control of the propagation of electromagnetic signals. We will discuss their evolution from programmable reflecting metamaterials to connected computational- and power-autonomous hybrid metasurfaces, emphasizing on the state-of-the-art approaches for RIS-empowered communications, localization, and sensing.

 

Short Biography: George C. Alexandropoulos received the Engineering Diploma, M.A.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Engineering and Informatics from the School of Engineering, University of Patras, Greece in 2003, 2005, and 2010, respectively. He has held research positions at various Greek universities and research institutes, as well as at the Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab, Paris Research Center, Huawei Technologies France, and he is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, School of Sciences, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), Greece. He also serves as a Principal Researcher for the Technology Innovation Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. His research interests span the general areas of algorithmic design and performance analysis for wireless networks with emphasis on multi-antenna transceiver hardware architectures, active and passive Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RISs), integrated communications and sensing, millimeter wave and THz communications, as well as distributed machine learning algorithms. He currently serves as an Editor for IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, ELSEVIER Computer Networks, Frontiers in Communications and Networks, and the ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies. In the past, he has held various fixed-term and guest editorial positions for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and IEEE Communications Letters, as well as for various special issues at IEEE journals. Prof. Alexandropoulos is a Senior Member of the IEEE Communications, Signal Processing, and Information Theory Societies, the vice-chair of the EURASIP Technical Area Committee on Signal Processing for Communications and Networking, as well as a registered Professional Engineer of the Technical Chamber of Greece. He is also a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Communications Society. He has participated and/or technically managed more than 15 European Union (EU), international, and Greek research, innovation, and development projects. He is currently NKUA's principal investigator for the EU H2020 RISE‑6G and the SNS JU TERRAMETA projects dealing with RIS-empowered smart wireless environments and THz RISs, respectively. For the former project he also serves as the dissemination manager, whereas for the latter, he also serves as the project’s technical manager. Prof. Alexandropoulos has received the best Ph.D. thesis award 2010, the IEEE Communications Society Best Young Professional in Industry Award 2018, the EURASIP Best Paper Award of the Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking 2021, the IEEE Marconi Prize Paper Award in Wireless Communications 2021, and a Best Paper Award from the IEEE GLOBECOM 2021. More information is available at www.alexandropoulos.info.

 

  
Title:
Strategic Technology Management
Date:
December 8th
10:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Review of strategic technology management

Title:
Common Mode EMI Analysis and Mitigation Methods in Three-Phase Inverters
Date:
December 8th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

The common mode (CM) voltage generated by a switching power converter yields unwanted currents to circulate in the ground paths, tripping ground faults relays, accelerating motor bearing aging, and producing electromagnetic interference (EMI). Typical differential mode (DM) models of power converters do not account for CM paths and currents, so models including parasitic components and CM voltages must be used to predict CM EMI. In this presentation CM modeling and analysis will be highlighted and popular CM EMI mitigation methods, including passive filters, active filters, and novel power converter topologies will be briefly summarized.

The second part of the presentation will focus on novel CM voltage elimination methods based on a game-changing shift from pulse width modulation (PWM) to pulse density modulation (PDM) for grid-forming and grid-following inverters. Rapid prototyping of three-phase four-leg inverters, built with wide bandgap devices (WBG), will also be presented to demonstrate the elimination of the CM voltage at the switching frequency and significantly reducing the size of the CM passive filters required to meet the conducted emission limits in MIL-STD-461G.

Title:
Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers - Problem Solving
Date:
December 8th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

FREE IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar

Problem solving is at the core of what engineers do. We strive to make the world a better place. We do so by tackling tough challenges or opening up whole new possibilities from innovative ideas and inventions. No doubt you already have excellent problem-solving skills that you need to earn your engineering degree and to flourish in your job. In this webinar, we’ll engage with key approaches to problem solving such as rigorously defining the problem statement, root cause analysis, abstraction, analogy, brainstorming, trial and error, divide and conquer, and lateral thinking. Honing this skill will help you deliver much richer, better solutions to real-world challenges.

Title:
IEEE YP Pau Hana Social- Fall 2022
Date:
December 8th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Holmes hall 389
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

IEEE YP (Young Professional) invites the UH engineering ohana for the end-of-year Pau Hana on Dec 08, 2022. This is an opportunity to build mutually beneficial relationships with students and professionals. Join us to relax prior to the exam week, meet, eat, drink, and relax!

All members, families, and friends are welcome to attend. 

Title:
IEEE BV-COMSOC Talk: Perspective of pluggables vs. CPO for new optics in next 5-10 years
Date:
December 8th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Cal Lutheran Center for Entrepreneurship (Hub101)
Westlake Village, CA
Abstract:

This talk will examine in detail the new optics landscape for datacom and telecom space. The optics industry is at a crossroad driven by the post pandemic huge BW demand at lower cost/power optics from hyperscale data centers for networking and AL/ML applications. The debate on pluggable vs co-packaged optics (CPO) will likely continue to be hot topics in the next few years.

We will discuss how data center operators view the future path of photonics integration with switch electronics and their preferred technology choices and timelines. This will impact on how to revolutionize today’s pluggable optics industry with regards to applications, profitability, ecosystems, supply chain as well as uncertainties in the technology.  

In telecom space, as global operators accelerate the deployment of 5G networks and beyond, promote the differentiated application of 5G multi-services, and release more spectrum resources, the industry is pushing higher bandwidth requirements for high performance fronthaul, midhaul and backhaul optics. Several optical transceiver products are now targeted specifically for this high-volume market.

This presentation will focus on latest advances in optical wireless deployment scenarios (e.g. 50G vs 100G Bidi for up to 40km and leveraging 100G and 400G PAM4 based client optics). We will discuss the synergies and differences between today’s mobile transport and future optical 6G networks.

Title:
IEEE Miami Tech Conference
Date:
December 9th
5:00 AM (9 hours)
Location:
8201 Congress Avenue
Boca Raton, FL
Abstract:

Join us for the exciting IEEE Miami Tech Conference on December 9, 2022. Find out more about the inductive highway, Magnetic Levitation bullet trains, family space vacations, the Metaverse, Solar Power cars, deep underwater colonies, Hover cars that can fly, Space Force, big data, artificial intelligence, driverless cargo trucks, health electronics, green energy investments, the sonic passenger plane, ballistic missiles, and new tech colleges eco district. Don't miss out on new and innovative technologies. Be on the cutting edge of your career and workforce.

Title:
eSports: Managing Competition With Network Latency Challenges
Date:
December 9th
7:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Entrepreneurs Sandbox
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

Abstract: For the global esports industry, the notion of a "fair and even playing field" in competitive video game play between teams located at vast distances from each other has been central to the immense growth and popularity of esports globally. However, in order to institute an environment where players feel that no other location holds a distinct advantage over other locations when it comes to the speed (measured in milliseconds) that data is transferred between geographic sites ("ping"), professional esports players often seek conditions in which they can exploit, save, or counter any perceived imbalances at which some players may have faster ping than others.  

In this presentation, Dr. Kauweloa will be exploring the controversies of ping (the network transmission of data measured as latency) through the experiences of the University of Hawai’i at Manoa (UHM) esports program. The UH Esports program is home to 8 highly competitive collegiate esports varsity teams, all of whom play out of the university’s iLab. In order to be at peak performance, the players constantly seek ways of improving their network connections to game servers. Because of the geographic location of Hawai’i, however, there are limitations to what can be done to fully address, or significantly eliminate, the issue of latency for competitive players.

The popularity and visibility of the UH Esports program provide an interesting insight into the broader discussion of latency. Of course, the complexities around the speed at which data is moved between locations are not just a problem for highly competitive “gamers,” but touch on issues far broader: the execution of services with real-time internet applications, mobile user experiences, and perceptions within augmented reality spaces. The goal of the presentation is to invigorate discussion among technologists, engineers, and interested individuals who are interested in understanding this particular technology problem for Hawai’i. 

Title:
Democratizing NLP: considerations from resources to algorithms
Date:
December 12th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Free Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/democratizing-nlp-considerations-from-resources-to-algorithms-tickets-450900324007

Synopsis:

n recent times, there is an enormous increase in the use of digital media as a channel for communication. This, combined with the fact that natural language is a ubiquitous mode of communication, has increased the volume of natural language data available for processing. Also, this has resulted in opportunities for extending NLP based services/solutions in multiple languages. Although existing algorithms for NLP tasks have been shown to achieve reasonable performances for the high-resource languages such as English, French etc. across tasks, the same is not true for many other languages widely spoken in the world. To ensure that the benefit of NLP research reaches a wider audience across different regions, it is important to pay special focus to the low-resource languages, or consider support for low-resource languages in an intelligent manner in the algorithm design phase. The talk will touch upon a few such considerations in this talk.

Title:
IEEE Holiday Networking Event
Date:
December 14th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
50 116th Avenue SE #211
Bellevue , WA
Abstract:

Join us for the End of the Year Celebration honoring all our consultants. Find out more on how you can join the IEEE Consultant Network Seattle. List your name in our directory, attend our National and local conferences at reduce costs. Get connected with our over 420,000 members. Be a sponsor of one of our events. Give back to the young professionals and share your knowledge. Attend Seattle Mariners, Sounders, Rain, Storm and Kraken games. Keep abreast of the cutting edge of City of Bellevue Seattle and beyond. Wine, Cheese and Crackers will be served.

Title:
IEEE Smart Village DL Seminar 6:30PM Dec 14 at UH/Holmes Hall #244
Date:
December 14th
8:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Holmes Hall
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

John Nelson President of IEEE Smart Village will give a talk on IEEE's plans to help the ~1 billion people in the world who do not have access to electricity.   

Title:
V2X - The Cooperative Safety Revolution
Date:
December 15th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:
V2X - The Cooperative Safety RevolutionDespite the development of automotive safety technologies in recent years, road fatalities keep going up. In order to change this reality we need a paradigm shift towards cooperative safety. V2X is the safety network that can protect all road users and bring on a true road safety revolution that will prevent road accidents and save lives. V2X is a wireless communication sensor and thus it is the only sensor able to provide life saving real time information regarding the other road users around us, without the need for line of sight and in any weather and light conditions.  Road safety organizations around the world have recognized the vital need for V2X and the technology is in various deployment stages, globally. EuroNCAP, the organization responsible for car safety rating in Europe, is set to include V2X in the safety grading starting from 2025.  
Title:
December Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Evening)
Date:
December 15th
6:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Boise, ID
Abstract:

Boise IEEE Opcomm Meeting (Evening)

Title:
[Red Dwarf Stars Series] Strategies to Succeed and Maximize Benefits at the 2023 IEEE Rising Stars Conference
Date:
December 15th
7:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

2023 IEEE Rising Stars Conference team presents

THE RED DWARF STARS SERIES

Strategies to Succeed and Maximize Benefits at the 2023 IEEE Rising Stars Conference

Mansi Tripathi and Scott Tamashiro

 

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/

 

Mansi Tripathi, Technical Program Manager at Meta

Scott Tamashiro, Senior Principal Systems Engineer - Reliability, at Raytheon

Presentation Description:

TBD.

Title:
IEEE CN Smart Cities Bellevue Washington USA
Date:
December 16th
7:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Why is Bellevue Washington USA ranked one of the top Smart Cities in the World? Find out what propels this City to wake up every morning. Find out more about their Light Rail and driverless vehicles. Why is the Mayor actively involved with her residents? Find out how governance is making the City of Bellevue flourish - Smart Parks and Recreation - accessibility where everyone can participate. Find out more about the city center and plans for this Smart City. FLYER

Title:
Life Member Affinity Group Phoenix Section
Date:
December 20th
10:00 AM (14 hours)
Location:
Big Horn Room
Tempe, AZ
Abstract:

Pilot illumination, Handheld lasers In The Public Domain: 

Striking aircraft with handheld lasers is not a new phenomenon but the number of reported strikes has ballooned to over 7000 in 2020. What is the risk to aircraft, penalty to those doing this and reasoning behind it? More importantly what can be done to decrease this number. Misuse of handheld lasers is not limited to aircraft illumination but can be seen at sporting events and over the last few years as a tool used by demonstrators to distract police and blind surveillance cameras. I say handheld lasers for “legal laser pointers” are limited to an output of 5 milliwatt, while handheld lasers which can be obtained on the web can be over 5000 milliwatts. This talk will attempt to answer some of the questions surrounding the issue.

Title:
Life Member Affinity Group Phoenix Section
Date:
December 20th
11:46 AM (0 minute)
Location:
Big Horn Room
Tempe, AZ
Abstract:

12:50Business Meeting

          Accept nominations for officers’ positions

          Conduct election of officers

12:55 PM Administrative Meeting briefly

  1:00 PM Adjourn

Title:
IEEE Tech Talk Elon Musk's Star Link Project
Date:
December 20th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Join for an adventure in the Stars with Elon Musk's Star Link Project.

Title:
IEEE Central Coast Holiday Banquet - 20 Dec @ 6:30 – 9:00 PM
Date:
December 20th
6:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
Santa Barbara Golf Club
Santa Barbara, CA
Abstract:

Greetings,

You (& Guest) are invited to a FREE Holiday Banquet. Please Register Now Below and select your entree(s) Prime Rib or Salmon or Vegetarian.

Happy Holidays,

Ruth Franklin IEEE Central Coast Chair

Title:
2022 Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM - December Meeting
Date:
December 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.   

 

34 meetings. Generated Wednesday, November 30 2022, at 7:32:28 PM. All times America/Los_Angeles