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Title:
IEEE Phoenix TEMS October Meeting
Date:
October 18th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Phoenix, AZ
Abstract:

Phoenix TEMS Chapter monthly meeting.  Special guest speakers are Carolyn Andrews, Inspired Leaders Now and Donna Raum, American Express.  We will also discuss hosting a special face-to-face event. 

Title:
IEEE PES OREGON CHAPTER OCTOBER 21 MEETING
Date:
October 19th
12:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

 

12:30 Chair Makes Announcements and Introduces the Speaker
12:35-1:15 Speaker gives presentation, David Silver " Generic Data Acquisition and Control Systems"
1:15-1:30 Q&A by the speaker, and final comments by the Chair

 

 

Title:
IEEE 11th Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2021) - Plenary Program
Date:
October 19th
3:00 PM (4 days)
Location:
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

The 11th IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (IEEE GHTC 2021) is an international flagship conference sharing practical technology enabled solutions addressing the needs of underserved populations and resource constrained environments around the world and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG).

GHTC 2021 takes place ONLINE (PT) from Tuesday October 19 through Friday October 22. See https://ieeeghtc.org

We are providing complementary access to the Plenary Sessions on Tuesday afternoon Oct.19 and on Wed.-Friday Oct 20-22:

Meet the Editors: Thinking About Publishing for a Transdisciplinary Outlet: What do you need to know? with Katina Michael, founding Editor in Chief and Roba Abbas, co-editor, the IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society on Tuesday, 3:00 PM — 3:45 PM (PT)

Student Poster Contest: Our 4th Student Poster Contest will be held online Tuesday afternoon from 4-6 PM PT. Cash prizes will be awarded. 

Plenary Panels: Four panels on Aging, Social Media, IEEE's role in Sustainable Developement, Think Global, and Act Local with E4C.

Plenary Speakers: View the plenary speakers line-up here

  • Elizabeth M. Belding, Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara (ICTD) (Wednesday AM)
  • Octav Chipara, Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Iowa (mHealth) (Friday AM)
  • Deborah Estrin,Professor of Computer Science at Cornell Tech (public interest technology) (Thursday AM)
  • Farid Farahmand, Chair, Engineering Science Department (Electrical Engineering) at Sonoma State University (Friday AM)
  • Anna Förster, Sustainable Communication Networks group, University of Bremen (Thursday AM)
  • Aline McNaull, energy, space, defense and research policy at IEEE-USA (Friday PM)
  • Grayson Randall, Operatins Lead, IEEE MOVE (Mobile Outreach VEhicle) (Wednesday PM)
  • Vijay Janapa Reddi, Associate Professor at Harvard University, VP and a founding member of MLCommons (machine learning) (Wednesday AM)

 

Title:
Seattle IAS October 2021 - SnoPud Microgrid
Date:
October 19th
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle
Abstract:

Snohomish PUD Microgrid

We hoped to be in person, but we will stick to virtual for the October meeting.  Try the link below for the meeting via Teams.  Should you want an official Outlook invitation, send an email to tjohnson@ppcwa.com.

 MICROSOFT TEAMS LINK FOR MEETING

Topic: 

In October of 2018, we had a meeting where we discussed the proposed microgrid from Snohomish PUD.  This has moved forward, so we get an update!

 

Snohomish County PUD worked with Burns & McDonnel, Hitachi-ABB Powergrids and Mitsubishi Electric to design and build a microgrid near the Arlington, WA Airport.  Despite multiple delays due to covid the project is on track for completion by end of 2021. 

This presentation will discuss the lessons learned and challenges of building a microgrid during a pandemic.

 

The purpose of the Arlington microgrid is to demonstrate the multiple uses of battery energy storage with a focus on disaster recovery and renewable energy integration.

The microgrid is also exploring the use of  V2G (Vehicle to Grid) capable charging stations to experiment with using electric fleet vehicles to support the microgrid as just another form of energy storage.

The project will look at the technical and financial challenges and reports will be completed to detail the economics of microgrids, battery storage and solar on the northwest grid.

Presenter: 

Our speaker is Scott Gibson who is a Principal Engineer with Snohomish County PUD in the Generation Department. Scott is a graduate from the University of Wyoming where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering in 1987.

 After graduation, Scott worked for Boeing, designing electrical power systems for airplanes, in addition to an engineering firm where he designed electrical systems for commercial buildings.  In 2000, Scott joined Snohomish County PUD and started in the Power Quality and Energy Efficiency group, then moved to Distribution and finally to the Generation Department, where he’s been for seven years.  Scott is now the Principal Engineer on all new electrical generation projects. Scott worked on the development of a Tidal Generation Project, is helping to design and construct two new “run of the river” Hydroelectric Projects and will now get to be the Project Manager for the PUD’s new Microgrid.

https://www.snopud.com/reliability/ar-microgrid.ashx?p=3326

Title:
Introduction to Synchrophasors and PMUs: Settings and Troubleshooting
Date:
October 20th
10:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Abstract: This presentation will cover:

-The basic idea of calculating and collecting power system current and voltage phasors in a synchronous fashion across a large geographical area.

-Briefly discuss some of the common applications available today and will mention that there is much research going on in this area to use this data further.

-Discuss the basics of the IEEE C37.118 protocol, and then relate the protocol to the settings that are present in an SEL PMU and also discuss the settings that one will find in an SEL IEEE C37.118 Synchrophasor software-based client.

-Discuss some troubleshooting skills that are commonly used for troubleshooting IEEE C37.118 protocol.

The goal of this talk is to introduce the audience to synchrophasors, and then dive into real world settings and troubleshooting.

Title:
Antarctica's Electrical Systems
Date:
October 20th
12:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Anchorage, AK
Abstract:

This months meeting combines meeting with a perspective on Antarctica's power solutions.

Providing power systems in Antarctica has unique challenges.   The development of the current Amundsen-Scott Base at the South Pole and further developments at McMurdo Station had the designers from Alaska, states and multiple vendors bringing solutions which are working well for the US and others to meet the year round needs of the Scientists and support personnel.  

 

Title:
2021 Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM- October Meeting
Date:
October 20th
5:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
4770 Fairport Way
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. 

Agenda for 10/20/2021:

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm,    Networking and sandwich
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm,    meeting (in person and remote)

 To add to the agenda, please email zhenshengz@gmail.com.   

 

Title:
IEEE CCS Zoom Talk - 20 October @ 6:30 PM
Date:
October 20th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Goleta, CA
Abstract:

Greetings, 

Dr. Tevfik Bultan is a Professor and the Chair of the Department of Computer Science at UCSB and also a Distinguished Speaker. So, we can all look forward to an interesting and informative talk “Computing, Logic, and Security".

When you Register for the IEEE Event please include ­­your email address so you can be contacted if you win the "Door Prize". Only those who actually attend the Zoom talk will be included. Please use the link below to log onto the Zoo­­m Event between 6:15 and 6:30 PM PDT on October 20th. Having trouble getting on? If you don't have Zoom Client installed on your device download when you arrive at Zoom.

Best regards, Ruth Franklin IEEE Central Coast Chair

  1. Please REGISTER NOW Below
  2. Use link to access Zoom on October 20th between 6:15PM for 6:30PM.
  3. FYI: Zoom Meeting ID: 970 8235 5848, Passcode: 735956 
Title:
Advanced Packaging For Silicon Photonics Based Modules And Applications
Date:
October 21st
8:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Silicon Photonics (SiPh) is spreading widely as a technology for the mass manufacturing of Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs). SiPh has increasingly become integrated into new generations of photonics modules for data centers, sensors, LiDARs, and emerging applications such as HPC, AI, and quantum computing. Each of these applications comes with specific requirements in term of packaging and reliability. This leads to the adoption of advanced packaging techniques to cope with these requirements. In this talk, we will review and analyze the current trends and how advanced packaging strategies are expected to ease electronic/photonic convergence, to manage the expectations in terms of complexity, scalability, and cost.

Title:
AI for Asset condition Monitoring
Date:
October 21st
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Richland, WA
Abstract:

The use of AI techniques on time-series data is growing in popularity across electric utilities sector for asset management, demand response, outage management, customer services, energy storage, renewable resources, and many other areas in the power generation and delivery system. The Gartner report said, “In 2016, AI implementation was rare, only 10% of survey respondents reported that their enterprises had deployed AI or would do so shortly. For 2019, that number has leapt to 37% — a 270% increase in four years.”

In this talk, you will learn how to apply AI using MATLAB® for asset condition monitoring application. You will find out about tools and fundamental approaches for developing advanced predictive models on time series data. Using a real-world faulty dataset, we will learn two approaches of building deep learning models using convolution neural networks and recurrent neural networks, and finally deploying the models on an edge devices or the cloud.

Specific Topics include:

  • Acquiring, creating, and annotating faulty datasets
  • Applying time-frequency transformations, extracting established signal features, and automating deep feature extraction using Invariant Scattering Convolutional Networks
  • Building and comparing Deep Learning models with CNNs and LSTMs
  • Generating stand-alone CUDA code to deploy models on edge devices
  • Deploying and integration on the cloud 
Title:
EMC Testing Challenges Beyond 40 GHz
Date:
October 21st
2:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
On Line Meeting
Abstract:

Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Chapter technical meeting.

This is an online meeting.   Link will be e-mailed to registrants.

The drawing giveaway will be a set of 6 official Oktoberfest Munich Beer Mugs!

 

 

Abstract: Industry has been pushing requirements past 40GHz for some time now, but 5G wireless testing is not the only reason to use mmWave frequencies. We will discuss several emerging use cases and the associated challenges they bring in the 40GHz+ frequency range

Title:
Feature Object Extraction – Fusing Evidence, Not Rolling the Die
Date:
October 21st
6:00 PM (0 minute)
Location:
(Virtual Meeting)
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

A classification fusion technique using feature extraction and fuzzy logic known as Feature Object Extraction is developed and applied to hypothesis-based decision problems such as cyber security and GPS attacks.  The Feature Object Extraction approach is not a probabilistic approach that determines the odds of one hypothesis over another, e.g., GPS Jamming vs. Dropouts.  Instead, evidence to support or refute each hypothesis is accrued to create a degree of certainty. The feature-aided object extraction technique was initially developed for the target classification problem.  Unlike probabilistic methods, evidence that supports one hypothesis does not necessarily refute the probability of another hypothesis.  For example, the U.S. Mint recently was overwhelmed during the opening of sales for limited edition coin sets.  The evidence of the high volume on the site could indicate a denial-of-service attack or large numbers of customers.  The relationship to the availability of limited-edition coins supports expected high traffic.  It does not, however, refute a denial-of-service attack, as actually has occurred.   Feature Object Extraction also allows for erroneous information and can recover where probabilistically a class can eliminated without the ability to recover. In one application, cybersecurity is interpreted as a sensor fusion problem that includes various alternative techniques into the solution space. GPS security, where various jamming and spoofing techniques are possibilities, the ability to discern the type of attacks that are possible has been shown to be well suited for this evidence accrual technique.

 Registration is completely free and will be limited. 

Title:
Semiconductor Challenges in Realizing the Full Benefit of 5G mmWave and Extending the Roadmap into 6G
Date:
October 22nd
8:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

The San Diego Joint APS/CAS/EDS/MTTS/SSCS Chapter is hosting the seminar. Please see their event on vTools for any updates: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/285340

Title:
Semiconductor Challenges with 5G mmWave
Date:
October 22nd
8:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

On Friday, October 22, 2021, the San Diego Section is hosting the technical presentation:

Semiconductor Challenges in Realizing the Full Benefit of 5G mmWave and Extending the Roadmap into 6G

ABSTRACT

Semiconductor process technology will be a key enabler for the industry to meet the later generation 5G and eventually 6G requirements. This overview will describe the demands from these advanced wireless generations and current challenges facing the semiconductor Industry. Various components of the wireless system such as the digital modem, transceivers and radio frequency front-end chips each have unique requirements along with the filters that route the traffic into different channels. The semiconductor industry innovations required for each of these components and the system integration as a whole will be summarized.

 

Title:
Semiconductor Challenges in Realizing the Full Benefit of 5G mmWave and Extending the Roadmap into 6G
Date:
October 22nd
8:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
cyber city
Abstract:

Semiconductor process technology will be a key enabler for the industry to meet the later generation 5G and eventually 6G requirements. This overview will describe the demands from these advanced wireless generations and current challenges facing the semiconductor Industry. Various components of the wireless system such as the digital modem, transceivers and radio frequency front-end chips each have unique requirements along the filters that route the traffic into different channels. The semiconductor industry innovations required for each of these components and the system integration as a whole will be summarized.

 
Title:
IEEE Tech Talk October Aman Singh Preconstruction Management
Date:
October 26th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Seattle
Abstract:
  • What is preconstruction?
  • Estimating vs. preconstruction skills. What is the difference?
  • What skills are transferable/coachable?
  • What is Gap Analysis? How to adapt?
  • How to promote vs. hire What is the difference?
Title:
Electrical Distribution Equipment Modernization
Date:
October 26th
5:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Hotel Proper
San Francisco, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Switchgear modernization solutions present a viable option when contemplating the ‘repair or replace’ dilemma for aging equipment. Direct replacement circuit breakers are designed to fit into the existing cubicle with little-to-no modification to the switchgear cell, minimizing downtime. In a retrofill solution, the existing switchgear cell and bus are modified to accept the new circuit breaker. Modernization solutions improve power system reliability, offer a faster turn around than full equipment replacements, and lower life-cycle costs.

 We will review the best methods and practices for designing with the future of your switchgear in mind. We will review modern practices available by vendors to expand capacity and update  equipment such as circuit breakers, power monitoring, and automation, with the least amount of downtime.  

 

This Event includes Dinner!!  Yay!!!!

Title:
SusTech Talk- The Power of Personal and Professional Handprints
Date:
October 26th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

A Handprint represents a positive contribution to the world. Jon Biemer, author of Our Environmental Handprints: Recover the Land, Reverse Global Warming, Reclaim the Future, will share the genesis of the Handprint idea, its attributes, and why it is valuable. He will tell stories showing how Handprints evolve from personal initiatives to changes in the system. Anyone can create Handprints – personally and professionally. In fact, many of us are already doing so.

Title:
Reliability in Terahertz Meaurement Systems for Dielectric Materials
Date:
October 26th
6:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Abstract:

Reliability Engineering concepts applied to Spectral Characterization of Dielectric Materials using Terahertz Measurement Systems

Title:
Battery Energy Storage Systems: An Industrial Perspective
Date:
October 27th
9:30 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Virtual City, Idaho
Abstract:

Battery Energy Systems have recently been attracting a lot of attention as a result of significant improvements in battery technology, lower cost per KWh, and expansion of highly variable and intermittent renewable resources such as wind and solar. In addition to providing an overview of Energy Storage Technologies in general, Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) will be addressed from a cell, module, string, power conversion, and grid-level point of view. Front and Behind the Meter BESS applications will be discussed with a focus on utility-scale applications. Key challenges and future opportunities for innovation in the BESS space will also be discussed. A comprehensive reference list will also be provided.

Title:
Modern Methods of Chaos and Babylonian Mathematical Astronomy
Date:
October 27th
3:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

ABSTRACT: Babylonian mathematical astronomy appears founded on an understanding of repeated procedures – a
technology utilized by modern methods of nonlinear dynamics capable of describing deterministic chaos.
The repeated procedures (known as iterated maps because they repeatedly provide a mathematical mapping from
a current value to a next value) appear to model visibility phenomena such as first or last appearance using Poincaré
sections describing close recurrence in position among the stars in terms of sidereal ecliptic longitude. Babylonian
astronomers were careful to define stable one‐dimensional periodic iterated maps addressed by terminating sexagesimal
fractions and partitioned according to resonances, which strongly suggests at least empirical knowledge
from music of the entrainment of nonlinear oscillators termed mode‐locking for which the simplest rational periods
have the largest steps in rotation of the phenomena through the ecliptic.

Title:
A Virtual Tour of Avista's Downtown (Steam Plant Alley) Power Substation
Date:
October 27th
5:30 PM (0 minute)
Location:
Virtual Event
Spokane Metro Area, WA
Abstract:

IEEE Spokane is pleased to announce our 2021 Fall Kickoff Event --- a virtual tour of the historic ‘Steam Plant Alley’ 115kV WWP/Avista power substation, which has served the critical functions of Spokane’s urban downtown core for nearly 50 years.  This rare opportunity is a great last chance for a complete insiders’ look: the substation’s replacement nearby is already underway!  

 

Although a pioneering plant, this facility is noted for its record of reliability, with customer outages in the area counted in merely “minutes per decade”.    The 16-minute virtual tour will take you through all aspects of the historic substation and its equipment, and will be followed by a question and answer  period,  hosted by Avista’s Sara Koeff.

Title:
Oregon Comsoc: Unleashing Services at the Edge
Date:
October 27th
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Portland
Abstract:

Abstract

Edge computing is emerging as the next transformational technology across industries—and its rapid growth is only increasing. Gartner suggests that by 2025, over 75% of data will be created and processed outside a centralized data center. A highly distributed non-homogeneous Edge brings various deployment challenges that exemplify the assertion that this is not just a cloud in a different location. As edge services continue to gain mindshare, the ecosystem and enterprises need a more efficient deployment option to abstract complexity and simplify development and lifecycle management of infrastructure and apps for the Edge.

This talk introduces a novel Smart Edge Open (SE-O) architecture using a Kubernetes-based edge platform for enabling application and service acceleration across multiple edge use cases. SE-O enables innovative business models and service deployment models across various industry segments. We will also present candidate use cases demonstrating SE-O-based solutions for private 5G networks, smart hospitals, traffic management, content delivery, etc.



Presenters
Sunku Ranganath is a Solutions Architect for Edge Compute at Intel. For the last few years, his area of focus has been on enabling service meshes for the Telecom domain, including designing, building, integrating, and benchmarking NFV based reference architectures using Kubernetes & OpenStack components. Sunku is an active contributor to multiple open-source initiatives.  He serves as a maintainer for CNCF Service Mesh Performance & CollectD Projects and participates on the  Technical Steering Committee for OPNFV (now Anuket). Other focus areas include IEEE Future Networks Edge Service Platform (P1916-1 standards) and ETSI ENI standards.  He is a senior member of the IEEE.

Sindhura Gaddam is a Solutions Architect in the Network Platforms Group at Intel, focusing on edge computing and ecosystem enablement for SmartEdge-Open. Sindhura works with various ecosystem partners to create edge solutions on Intel Architecture (IA) and to scale/accelerate the adoption of IA in edge platforms through SmartEdge-Open. Sindhura has extensive experience in networking, characterization of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Infrastructure; Software Defined Networking (SDN), OpenStack, Kubernetes, DPDK, and related technologies.

Title:
IEEE PES & PELS Chapter Meeting (virtual): The performance of second-life EV batteries to be used in energy storage systems
Date:
October 27th
6:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Virtual via Microsoft Teams
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

With the increasing penetration of electric vehicles (EVs), millions of battery packs are going to be retired every year in the near future. Although the batteries are no longer suitable for vehicle use, they are still qualified for energy storage applications. Then we are interested to know a couple of questions:

  • What is the health condition of the retired battery packs bought from the market?
  • The major difference between retired LiMO2/ LiNMC battery packs and LiFePO4 battery packs.
  • How many years (aging cycles) can the retired batteries be used in battery energy storage systems (BESS)? And the investment return analysis.
  • The challenge to design battery management systems (BMS) for the second-life batteries compared to new batteries.

 

In this presentation, the speaker is going to introduce the study of four different types of retired EV batteries, i.e., Nissan Leaf Gen1 24kWh, Nissan Leaf Gen2 62 kWh battery packs, BYD electric bus LiFePO4 batteries, and CALB LiFePO4 batteries used for electric forklifts. And the questions listed above will be answered.

 

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Title:
IEEE Luncheon - Waterfowl protection at the Berkeley Pit
Date:
October 28th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Metals
Butte
Abstract:

Dr Capoccia will present on tracking of birds and the components used for tracking and logging data.

Title:
Designing and Building Your Own Television Antenna
Date:
October 28th
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
, CA
Abstract:

This talk wil cover ....

Title:
IEEE Virtual Distinguished Lecturer (VDL) Talk: "Connecting Space Assets to the Internet: Challenges and Solutions"
Date:
October 29th
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
New York City
Abstract:

The IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) promotes the advancement of science, technology and applications in communications and related disciplines. It fosters presentation and exchange of information among its members and the technical community throughout the world. The Society maintains a high standard of professionalism and technical competency. The IEEE Communications Society is a professional society of the IEEE.

The IEEE ComSoc New York Chapter is organizing a series of technical seminars for the New York area IEEE members and the general public. We invite researchers and professionals to share their latest work on a variety of topics in communications and related areas. This is the fifth seminar of the series. Together with our fellow IEEE ComSoc Chapters, we have the great pleasure to invite Dr. Mohammed Atiquzzaman, an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer, to talk about the interesting, exciting and yet challenging task of connecting spacecrafts to the Internet.

 

Title:
Space and Satellite Symposium
Date:
October 30th
8:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

Information theory has fundamentally shaped space communication system design and operation. Space and satellite channels present a wide variety of challenging conditions ranging from Doppler to very low signal-to-noise to extreme delays. Information theory provides powerful and useful tools and concepts ranging from Forward Error Correcting codes to Age of Information.

Authors have been invited to submit their work on topics including, but not limited to:

Communication in high frequency (mmWave, THz, optical) bands
New protocol requirements
Energy-efficient communications
Hardware-constrained communications, especially radiation constraints
Latency, delay, and age of information
Multi-user information theory
Uncoordinated random access

Our special theme is Amateur Radio and Amateur Satellite theory and practice. Presentations that highlight the role of amateur radio are appreciated and will be given additional recognition at the event.

This event includes space and satellite inspired musical pieces that will premiere at this event. 

Title:
IEEE Distinguished Microwave Lecture (DML) by Dr. Ruonan Han "CHIP-SCALE WAVE-MATTER INTERACTIONS AT RF-TO-LIGHT FREQUENCIES: CIRCUITS, SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS"
Date:
November 2nd
5:55 AM (14 hours)
Location:
Seattle
Abstract:

This talk is an IEEE Distinguished Microwave Lecture (DML) 

Title:
EVO 2.0 Conference
Date:
November 3rd
10:00 AM (3 hours)
Location:
Washington
Abstract:

     
EVO 2.0
 is a FREE virtual event and will give career-minded professionals, recent grads and college students insights into the tech trends and pathways that will lead them to challenging and fulfilling careers.

This is not a replay of EVO 1.0 – it’s an all new event with unique speakers — even our event EVOlves!  Be sure to sign up for both events – you won’t want to miss either one!

Title:
Variable Frequency Drives - Basics for Understanding and Working with VFDs
Date:
November 4th
5:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Zoom LINK provided to REGISTRANTS
Spokane, WA, WA
Abstract:

IEEE Spokane is pleased to present this very current virtual event. An Inland Northwest drive specialist will offer an exciting talk on a topic of variable frequency drives in industry.

 

 

A Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) can provide advantages when properly installed and configured.  However, to many, they are a mystery.  This talk will include:

- How a VFD works
- When to use a VFD
- Problems solved by VFDs
- Installation Considerations
- Motors, Cables, and Harmonic Distortion

 

VFDs  regulate the rotation speed of an electric motor.  These motors power pumps, fans, and other mechanical components of buidlings, plants, and factories.  VFDs are widely used to control AC motors in many applications.  The primary job of the VFD is to vary the frequency and voltage supplied to a motor.  These varying frequencies in turn control a motors acceleration, change of speed, and deceleration.  VFDs can reduce power consumption when the motor is not needed, and therefore boost efficiency. 

 

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Title:
IEEE IT Symposium
Date:
November 5th
12:00 PM (5 hours)
Location:
Seattle
Abstract:

Cloud, IT security, Big Data, Blue Tooth, Atari, and Cybersecurity.

Information technology (IT) is the use of computers to create, process, store, retrieve and exchange all kinds of electronic data and information

Title:
Spark Museum of Electrical Invention
Date:
November 6th
9:45 AM (2.2 hours)
Location:
1312 Bay Street
Bellingham, WA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Topic: Sparks Museum of Electrical Invention, Bellingham

Date: Saturday November 6, 2021

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

Place: 1312 Bay Street, Bellingham, WA 98225

Restrictions:  This is an indoor event and masks are required

 

Title:
Recent advances in Smart Grid Communications
Date:
November 8th
3:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Abstract: In the past decade, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have enabled the modernization of the power grid and have led to many advances in smart grid technologies. Smart grid communications facilitate a large number of grid operations, including advanced metering, fault monitoring, microgrid control, transactive energy systems and so on. In parallel to advances in smart grids, communication technologies have been continuously evolving to provide better service to mobile users and vertical industries. Recently, machine learning has showed promising performance improvements in communication networks as well as smart grid operations. In this talk, we introduce novel AI-based tools that will allow a P2P energy trading platform, consisting of microgrids, to become a part of the future transactive energy systems. The energy trading platform relies on robust smart grid communications. We will show our recent results on low-latency communications that use reinforcement learning to support communication needs of such energy trading platforms.

Title:
IEEE HAWAII EXCOM MEETING from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Online
Date:
November 8th
8:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

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

Title:
Direct Antenna Modulation: A Novel Pathway in Developing High Efficiency Bandwidth Electrically Small Antennas
Date:
November 9th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

The increasing need to improve bandwidth and efficiency in antennas is a continuous topic of research in RF systems. However, when it comes to physical platforms that are electrically small relative to the desired frequency of operation, balancing miniaturization, bandwidth, and efficiency is both challenging and often counterintuitive. To overcome these challenges, our work proposes utilizing a Direct Antenna Modulated (DAM) electrically small antenna (ESA). Here, we propose using efficiency-bandwidth product in theoretically analyzing and in measuring the improvement of DAM over a conventional capacitively loaded loop antenna (CLLA). To quantify the benefits of DAM, a prototyped antenna with DAM (0.0275λ x 0.0251λ) was designed and successfully transmits a Binary-Frequency Shift Keying (BFSK) signal centered at 75 MHz. Though transistor parasitics reduce the possible efficiency-bandwidth product improvement, β, of DAM, measurements show the key importance of maintaining proper switching synchronization to achieve system bandwidths beyond the antenna’s impedance bandwidth. The DAM system achieves significant measured efficiency-bandwidth product improvement, β,  up to 5 over bit rates of 700 kbps to 7 Mbps.

Moreover, we also investigate the power handling of DAM, through theoretical and circuit analysis, verified through far-field measurements. We discover that because of the topology proposed within the work, our BFSK DAM system allows power transmit levels of up to 40 dBm. And finally, to improve the spectral efficiency of DAM, another prototyped antenna, 0.018λ x 0.02λ, was designed to transmit a 4FSK signal. The results show that such a topology provides a roadmap in attaining even higher modulation orders, thus, higher spectral efficiency.

 

Title:
Why Don’t They Follow Me?
Date:
November 9th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

The best leaders don’t rely on organizational hierarchy to get people to follow them; they’ve mastered the hard and soft skills to get people to want to follow them. In this presentation you will get 12 easy to understand leadership lessons to effectively lead teams and get followers to follow you not because they have to, but because they want to.  

 Leadership Lessons:

  1. Humor - Credibility = Doofus
  2. Knowledge - Listening = Arrogance
  3. Action - Integrity = Distrust
  4. Activity - Focus = Randomness
  5. Wisdom - Experience = Theory
  6. Ability - Effort = Inaction
  7. Leadership - Inspiration = Administration
  8. Charisma - Conviction = Crooked Politician
  9. Courage - Predictability = Recklessness
  10. Smarts - Direction = Absent-Minded Professor
  11. Communication - Candor = Storyteller
  12. Decisiveness - Empathy = Ruthlessness
Title:
IEEE Seattle Section Excom Meeting November 2021
Date:
November 9th
7:00 PM (2 hours)
Abstract:

IEEE Seattle Section Excom meeting with chapter and society chairs. 

Title:
The Unorthodox Manager (IEEE-USA Free Livestream Webinar)
Date:
November 10th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Washington
Abstract:

Technology is making work less and less personal, while the role of human capital grows more critical. Employees are facing new problems, and employers are still playing catch-up on diversity, inclusion, attracting talent, and supporting employees outside of work hours. Modern organizations are struggling at every level and in every department to focus more on the people that work there, even as they recognize the growing need and prioritize it. 

The Unorthodox Manager introduces a wide-ranging managerial approach that will arm readers with outside-the-box principles that enable “boots on the ground” managers to build their own best methods given any circumstances, rather than strictly following corporate policies. Through this webinar, IEEE Member and author Dan Clein, will provide an overview of the “The Unorthodox Manager" while sharing personal stories, lessons and secrets of managing modern multicultural teams that get things done.

https://www.theunorthodoxmanager.com/

Title:
Coastal Los Angeles Technical Symposium - CLASTECH 2021
Date:
November 12th
9:00 AM (6.5 hours)
Location:
Common Space Brewery
Hawthorne, CA
Abstract:

The Coastal Los Angeles Technical Symposium (CLASTECH) will be held on November 12th, 2021, at the Common Space Brewery in Hawthorne, California.  Four presentations will be given on the latest microwave, millimeter-wave, and antenna topics:

"Novel Meta-Surface Inspired and 3-D Printed Antennas for Challenging Applications”,
Yahya Rahmat-Samii, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Ku and Ka-band Phased-Arrays for SATCOM and Pt-to-Pt Comms: Multiple Beams, Better Efficiency and Lower Cost”,
Gabriel M. Rebeiz, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego 

"Mars Helicopter Mission”, Nacer Chahat, Ph.D., Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Overview of RF Breakdown in Spacecraft Components: Multipaction and Coronal Discharge”, Preston Partridge, Aerospace Corporation

Lunch will be provided. CLASTECH requests that people wear masks during the meeting, except when eating. The Common Space Brewery has large open doors, and high ceilings. There are outside areas nearby where masks are optional.

Title:
CLASTECH 2021
Date:
November 12th
9:00 AM (6.5 hours)
Location:
Common Space Brewery
Hawthorne, CA
Abstract:

CLASTECH will be at the Common Space Brewery this year.  We will have a 4 speakers on Microwave and Antenna topics.  There will be a lunch of sanwhiches. 

Space is limited- no onsite registration

Register here:   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clastech-2021-tickets-168852824343  (Registration closes Nov. 9)

1)
"Novel Meta-Surface Inspired and 3-D Printed Antennas for Challenging Applications”, Yahya Rahmat-Samii, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
2)
“Ku and Ka-band Phased-Arrays for SATCOM and Pt-to-Pt Comms: Multiple Beams, Better Efficiency and Lower Cost”, Gabriel M. Rebeiz, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego 
3)
"Mars Helicopter Mission”, Nacer Chahat, Ph.D., Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4)
“Multipactor and Coronal Discharge”, Preston Partridge, Aerospace Corporation

CLASTECH will request that people wear masks during the meeting, except when eating. The Common Space Brewery has large open doors, and high ceilings. There are outside areas nearby where masks are optional.

 

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section WIE Book Club Meeting
Date:
November 16th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Meet Online
Abstract:

 

 

Women in Engineering read 6 books a year. Each title is given a two-month period in which to complete the manuscript. The WIE members meet online monthly to discuss and enjoy each other's perspectives. This book club event will be in collaboration with the Women Who Code Book Club. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title:
Nanoscale FinFET Technology for Circuit Designers
Date:
November 17th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Cupertino
Abstract:

Learn analog FinFET design approaches from CMOS design luminary and IEEE Solid State Circuits Society outstanding contributor Alvin Loke of NXP.

Title:
Improved Bus Service on Ten Times less Energy
Date:
November 23rd
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

Microvehicles can move people in the city as fast as cars or buses, but use an order of magnitude less energy. A self-driving taxi weighing less than the riders could form the backbone of an urban transportation system. No one knows how long it will take to realize this dream by developing artificial intelligence that is better than human drivers. In the meantime, we propose keeping the bus driver, but replacing the vehicle with a road train of fully-automated, electric two-person vehicles. At a bus stop, riders would select a destination, pay their fare, and board their own pod. The pod will accelerate to join onto the road train as it passes; thus, the bus never needs to stop for passengers. All vehicles would be small enough that a standard traffic lane can be divided into two half-lanes, leaving an outer through lane and an inner accelerate/decelerate lane. Less energy means smaller batteries that can be easily swapped and do not need a new charging infrastructure. 

Title:
IEEEE Consultant Network Seattle Holiday Awards Dinner 2021
Date:
December 2nd
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
16630 Redmond Way
Redmond , WA
Abstract:

Join us for our IEEE Holiday Awards Dinner at Hilton Garden Inn Redmond Town Center as we present awards for the Best IEEE Speakers in 2021.

Awards Dinner
Thursday December 2, 2021 at 6pm
Special Guest Speaker IEEE Outlook for 2022
Introduction of the IEEE Consultants Seattle
Closing Remarks

Menu Includes:
1. Chicken Alfredo
2. Pork Fried Rice
3. Antipasto

Desert:
1. Cheese Cake
2. Cherry Pie
3. Brownie

Registration is required.

Hilton Garden Inn Redmond Town Center


Title:
IEEE BuildTech Seattle Electrical Conference
Date:
December 17th
8:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
16630 Redmond Way
Redmond , WA
Abstract:

Join us for the IEEE BuildTech Seattle Electrical Conference.

Live in person presentations on Friday December 17, 2021 Hilton Garden Inn Redmond Town Center and On-Line on Tuesday December 21, 2021.

IEEE BuildTech Seattle Electrical Conference - Innovative building, Green Energy, progressive software, program management, Construction techniques, hydrogen fuel cells, autonomous vehicles, nanotechnology, electrical safety, wireless 5G, edge computing, data center data requirements, telcom microwave towers, Smart Cities, robots in manufacturing, space electronics and AI artificial intelligence in healthcare. 

Live Session - Friday December 17, 2021
08:00 am PST IEEE Announcements
08:10 am PST Introduction of our speakers
08:15 am PST Key Note Speaker
10:15 am PST Intermission
10:30 am PST Presentations
12:00 pm PST Networking Lunch

Virtual Session - Tuesday December 21, 2021
07:00 am PST IEEE Announcements
07:02 am PST Speaker Introductions
07:04 am PST Presentations
11:00 am PST Special Guest and Tribute to Speakers/Consultants

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