Past Meetings/Webinars

ePPC – Power Plant Controller πŸ—“

–Intelligent and secure controller hardware ensures compliance with local grid code and standards

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Webinar Date: June 24, 2020 9AM – 10AM

Location: on the Web
Cost: none
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Summary:
Intelligent and secure controller hardware ensures compliance with local grid code and standards. ePPC leverages a model-driven electrical digital twin for visualization, predictive calculations, optimization and management of renewable power plants.

Monitor and gain insight into asset health and perform preventive maintenance based on present and anticipated conditions by combining PPC and SCADA with dedicated HMIs and predictive analysis applications.

eMTCoSimβ„’ – Cosimulation of Electromagnetic & Phasor Transients πŸ—“

— accurate and detailed Phasor (RMS) and Electromagnetic transients (EMT) co-simulation

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Webinar Date: June 17, 2020 9AM – 10AM

Location: on the Web
Cost: none
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Summary:
ETAP eMTCoSim provides an accurate and detailed Phasor (RMS) and Electromagnetic transients (EMT) co-simulation study mode. ETAP’s Transient Stability program and a dedicated ETAP eMTP software powered by PSCAD are combined to collectively solve large, complex, and multi-disciplinary system models with higher fidelity.

This webinar will cover and demonstrate the following:

Simulation of ETAP model in multiple electrical domains (RMS & EMT)
Co-simulation between ETAP Transient Stability and ETAP eMTP
Accurate and detailed EMT models running within an extensive ETAP system
Live graphs of both Transient Stability and EMT simulations signals

People Analytics – Artificial Intelligence Data – Transformation πŸ—“

— Cheryl Christensen of https://data2develop.com/

IEEE Consultant Network Seattle.
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Webinar Date: June 23, 2020 7PM

Location: on the Web
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Summary:
Cheryl Christensen of https://data2develop.com/

Cheryl Christensen will be speaking on People Analytics Data and Artificial Intelligence. An expert from Harvard Business School she will provide insights on how consultant firms can use People Analytics which include data and artificial intelligence in today’s rapid changing tech environment.

Next-Generation Chip and System Solutions πŸ—“

— Distinguished Lecturer Prof. Makoto Nagata of Kobe University,

IEEE SSCS Oregon Chapter June Meeting and Seminar
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Webinar Date: June 19, 2020 6PM

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Summary:
Distinguished Lecturer Prof. Makoto Nagata of Kobe University

Interactions of IC chips and packaging structures differentiate the electronic performance of power delivery networks (PDNs) in traditional 2D and advanced 2.5D and 3D technologies. This presentation discusses their impacts on signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI), electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrostatic discharge protection (ESD), through in-depth Si experiments with in-place noise measurements and full-chip level noise simulations. Test vehicles under study are given in traditional 2D face up and flip chip packaging, 2.5D fan-out wafer level packaging (FOWLP), and 3D chip stacking with through silicon vias (TSVs).

HETEROGENEOUS INTEGRATION FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING AND DATA CENTERS πŸ—“

— Dale of IBM Systems and Kanad of State University of New York, Binghamton

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Webinar Date: June 18, 2020 8AM – 9AM

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Summary:
Dale of IBM Systems and a member of the IBM Academy of Technology
Kanad of State University of New York, Binghamton

The High Performance Computing and Data Center chapter of the Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap presents the clear need for heterogeneous system integration that realizes systems-in-a-package (SiPs) that target the HPC and data center markets. The potential solutions and short-term, medium-term and longer-term challenges that are encountered in realizing these SiPs are addressed. Although, as in the past, the processor-memory performance gap remains a key driver for the overall system architecture, new factors that drive the need for heterogeneous integration in the HPC and data center markets have been emerging. These factors include technology limitations, new and emerging applications, and scaling needs for surmounting power dissipation, power delivery and package IO constraints.

PANEL WEBINAR: POST-COVID-19 OUTLOOK – OPPORTUNITIES IN THE SHIFT πŸ—“

— Join us for a day of future casting

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Webinar Date: July 16, 2020 2PM – 3PM

Location: on the Web
Cost: none
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Summary:
Panellists: Terence Yeoh, Kara Cunzeman, Daniel Marrujo, and G. Nagesh Rao
In developing technology for the benefit of humanity, it is in times of massive shift that disruptions not only challenge the way we live, work, and thrive, but also create the space for nascent concepts to show their worth. We bring together a futurist, a government leader, and a behind-the-scenes enabler to give their perspective into the great potential that these shifts are providing for individuals, companies, and industries. Join us for a day of future casting in this live panel discussion as we are propelled into the bright future that lies before us.

HOW TO BE AN EFFECTIVE IEEE VOLUNTEER (VTOOLS, CLE, VOLT, ILN & COLLABRATEC TRAINING) πŸ—“

— Gora Datta

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Webinar Date: Wednesday, Jun 19, 2019 5:00 pm | 2 hours |

Location: on the Web
Cost: none
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Summary:
We will focus on learning the following tools:

1. Events (and filing of Meeting Report aka L31 Report)

2. eNotice

3. Officer Reporting

4. Voting

5. OU Analytics

6. CLE: Center for Leadership Excellence

7. VoLT (Volunteer Leadertship Training)

8. ILN: IEEE Learning Network

9. Collabratec

LEVERAGING ECONOMICS IN WIRELESS MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS: FROM GAME THEORY TO MACHINE LEARNING πŸ—“

–Prof. Wei Wang, SDSU

Co-sponsored by San Diego BTS Chapter/Section, and Coastal LA Chapter
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Webinar Date: June 18, 2020
Time: 5PM
Location: on the Web
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Summary:
Prof. Wei Wang, SDSU
This talk conceptualizes a new framework named Smart Media Pricing (SMP), to price the QoE rather than the binary data traffic in wireless multimedia communication services. The investigators try to establish a new dimension of price-distortion in wireless multimedia communication resource allocation, complementing traditional rate-distortion and power-distortion resource allocation approaches. The first part of this talk will chalk up a game- theoretic solution as a two-stage Stackelberg game and derive the Nash Equilibrium using a backward induction method. The second part of this talk will explore a machine learning solution leveraging economic theories and computation intelligence. The future ultimate goal is to identify possible harmonious interplay between three entities in wireless networks: Content Provider (CP), Wireless Carrier (WC), and User Equipment (UE).

Silicon Technologies for 6G πŸ—“

— hear Ned Cahoon of GLOBALFOUNDRIES

IEEE Santa Clara – San Francisco Microwave Theory and Techniques Chapter
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Webinar Date: Wed, June 17, 2020 6:30 PM – 7:45 PM PDT

Location: on the Web
Cost: none
RSVP: Register and attend this FREE WEBCAST to hear Ned Cahoon of GLOBALFOUNDRIES talk about RFIC technology development to prepare for 6G.
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Summary:
Silicon Technologies for 6G

Although 5G mmWave is in the early days of deployment for fixed wireless access and mobile networks, it is already time to start preparing for 6G. 6G proposes to exploit sub-THz carrier frequencies between 100-300GHz to achieve orders of magnitude improvement in network capacity, data rate and latency. This move to sub-THz will bring significant challenges for RFIC silicon and packaging technologies at the array beamformers and front ends. In this talk, we will discuss 6G sub-THz requirements and what we are doing in RFIC technology development to address these challenges.

FEATURE OBJECT EXTRACTION – EVIDENCE ACCRUAL APPLIED TO INFORMATION ASSURANCE AND OTHER PROBLEMS πŸ—“

–Dr. Stephen Stubberud of Oakridge Technology & Prof. Kathleen A. Kramer of University of San Diego

AESS Chapter Meeting — Virtual Meeting Registration open to all IEEE chapters and sections to co-host and serve their local membership and the public.
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Webinar Date: June 24, 2020
Time: 5:50PM
Location: on the Web
Cost: none
RSVP: Required
Event Details & Registration: IEEE

Summary:
AESS Distinguished Lecture
FEATURE OBJECT EXTRACTION – EVIDENCE ACCRUAL APPLIED TO INFORMATION ASSURANCE AND OTHER PROBLEMS
Speakers
Dr. Stephen Stubberud of Oakridge Technology
Prof. Kathleen A. Kramer of University of San Diego