2016 IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications đź—“

— (ComSoc) — green wireless, green optical, architectures, smart cities, energy efficiency, industry experience, perspectives, trends …

Dates/Times: Monday, Nov 14, 2016, 7:00 AM – 10:30 AM (PST); Tuesday Nov 15, 12:00 PM – 3:30 AM (PST); Wednesday Nov 16, 2:00 AM – 5:30 AM (PST); Thursday Nov 17, 3:00 AM – 7:20 AM (PST)
Sessions: — Sustainability I and II; — Green Wireless I and II; — Green Optical I and II; — Smart Cities I and II; — plus panels on Industry Experience and Perspectives, and on Trends of Green Communication, with live Question & Answer periods.

Location: on the Internet
Cost: $175 IEEE members, $225 non-members, $50 for Life Members
Included in the Fee: Registration includes full access to the presented papers and their associated recordings (video broadcasts), which will become available beginning 14 November 2016 and will remain accessible until 31 December 2016.
RSVP: required
Further Program Details: ieee-onlinegreencomm.org
Attend all or any portions that will impact your knowledge and career.
Summary: OnlineGreenComm is dedicated to addressing the challenges in energy-efficient communications and communications for green technologies. It is held virtually, to emphasize the need for reducing global greenhouse gas emissions, avoiding the most polluting aspects of conferences — the use of mass transport systems for traveling. Common to all IEEE conferences, IEEE OnlineGreenComm features a full-fledged paper submission, review, and publication process that adheres to the high standards defined by IEEE.
IEEE OnlineGreenComm covers a wide spectrum of research subjects, including green methodologies and architectures for communication technologies, communication technologies as enablers for green solutions, energy efficiency in Smart Grid communications, and energy management.

2017 IEEE Rising Stars Conference đź—“

— where Students and Young Professionals Come to Connect and be Inspired …

Conference Dates: January 2-4, 2017
Location: Excalibur Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
Cost: $295 for Student Members, $349 for IEEE Members (through Nov. 25th)
RSVP: requested, through website
Event Details: sites.ieee.org/risingstars

As the premier IEEE student event, the Rising Stars conference brings together the most promising students and young professionals to network and be inspired by each other and the top tech companies from around the world. It will be taking place the first week in January 2017 at the Excalibur in Las Vegas, Nevada. This conference is in conjunction with the Consumer Electronics Showcase which occurs just after the conference.
“The Rising Stars Conference is a great opportunity for any young engineer. At this conference, I had a chance to network with a lot of great engineers, both present and future. Talking to all these great engineers allowed me the opportunity to work at Northrop Grumman for a summer internship. Due to that internship, I have a job offer before I even graduate! For any young engineer thinking of attending, I would give them a resounding ‘Do It!’. I can guarantee that you won’t regret it.” – Joe Fercho, 2015 Attendee

2016 CLASTECH Symposium and Exhibition đź—“

— ED/MTT Joint OC & LA Sections — engaging talks on antennas and microwave, tabletop exhibits, and good food …

— ED/MTT Joint OC & LA Sections — engaging talks on antennas and microwave, tabletop exhibits, and good food …
Meeting Date: Friday, October 28, 2016
Time: 8:30 AM Registration to 3:30 PM
Speakers: 5 Antenna talks, 6 Microwave talks
Location: LAX Marriott
Cost: $20 early registration by 10/21 and $40 at door
RSVP: At Eventbrite Tickets
Preliminary Antenna Talks
“Horn and Reflector Design from Down Under”, by Christophe Granet, Lyrebird Antenna Research Pty Ltd., (Australia)
“Ultra-high Efficiency Planar Phased Arrays for Satellite Communications” by Karl Warnick, Brigham Young University
“Periodic Structures in Modern Electromagnetic and Antenna Applications: FSS, EBG, Reflectarrays and Nano-Pillars,” by Yahya Rahmat-Samii, UCLA
“Smart antennas for broadband satellite communications”, by Steven Gao, University of Kent
“RF Modeling of Instrument Antennas for Flight Projects: from Initial Concept to on Orbit Validation”, by Paolo Focardi, JPL
Preliminary Microwave talks
“GaN Power MMICs – Fact and Fiction” by Charles Campbell, QORVO
“Multi-scale Periodic Structure Design in 3D EM Software” by Enow Tanjong, CST
“5G candidate technologies and how to future-proof your RF designs” by Gent Paparisto, National Instruments
“Anisotropic, Nonlinear, and Active Impedance Surfaces” by Daniel Sievenpiper, UCSD
“Navigation Sensors and Systems in GNSS Degraded and Denied Environments” by George T. Schmidt, AES Distinguished Lecturer
“Terahertz lasers based upon metamaterial concepts” by Benjamin Williams, UCLA

Recent Developments in Antenna and RF/Microwave Testing for Improved Measurements and Performance Evaluation đź—“ đź—ş

— EMC/MTT/AP — half-day workshop: digital interfaces, polyurethane absorbers, very-near-rield techniques …

— EMC/MTT/AP — half-day workshop: digital interfaces, polyurethane absorbers, very-near-rield techniques …
Meeting Date: Thursday, September 17, 2015
Time: 1:00 PM Registration and lunch; 2:00 – 4:30 PM Presentations, reception
Speakers: Bruce Williams, Nearfield Systems, Inc; Zhong Chen, ETS-Lindgren; Chris Payan, EMSCAN
Location: Boeing, 5310 Bolsa Ave, Huntington Beach
Cost: none
RSVP: through Phil Strong with Altamont Technical Services, 909-460-1861
Event Details:
Presentation 1: Testing of Antennas with High Speed Digital Interfaces
By Bruce Williams, Nearfield Systems, Inc., Torrance
Presentation 2: High Power Applications and Considerations of Polyurethane Based Absorbers
By Zhong Chen, ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, TX,
Presentation 3: Fast and Effective Characterization of Large Antennas using Very-Near-Field Measurement Techniques
By Chris Payan, EMSCAN, Calgary, Alberta,

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