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November 2021

Novel mm-Wave/Terahertz Transceivers Overcoming the Fundamental Limitations of Conventional Architectures

There is a widely held belief that going all digital solution is the pathway to design modern RF transceivers. This talk challenges this very notion for emerging next-G wireless communication. This seminar shows that when it comes to implementation of ultra-high data rates in excess of 10 Gbps, going all way to 100 Gbps and above, the all-digital design faces some incredible challenges that are impossible to address in silicon technologies. The talk then presents the novel idea of realizing…

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Deployment of 5G & Beyond: The Energy Challenge

By addressing multiple aspects of communication performance, like scalability, QoS and tiered response time, the architecture of 5G networks enables new applications, which could not be available with previous generation technologies. Thus, as the deployment of 5G is taking place, the expectations are high, but the situation on the ground is quite different: the energy demands that the new technology brings cause significant limitations in providing the performance that is required to support all the new features (bandwidth, response time…

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The theory and applications of fixed frequency converters

November 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The theory and applications of fixed frequency converters such as buck, boost, buck/boost with focus on the best control scheme Date and Time: Friday 11-19-2021 at 2:00 PM Location: Virtual Meeting by ZOOM, Link: https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/84677478515 ZOOM Meeting ID: 846 7747 8515 Speaker(s): Robert Taylor, Ph.D., Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/290582

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Monitoring Parameters of Positive Sequence and Three-Phase Power Network Models

In this talk we will first present a method to detect permanent errors in utility data bases related to positive sequence transmission line models used by the network applications for operation as well as planning. We will then extend this method to non-symmetrical mixed-phase distribution networks. The talk will also cover an on-line method to track changes in the parameters of three-phase transmission line models which are monitored by synchronized measurements at line terminals. The first method involves a novel…

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This presentation will compare several transmission line protection schemes, that improve or revolutionize the precision and speed of fault location, using distance and directional elements, line current differential elements, and traveling wave technologies, with better sensitivity, reliability, and selectivity. REGISTRATION REQUIRED FROM THIS PAGE -- WEBEX LOG-IN LINK EMAILED "DAY OF" -- SCROLL DOWN FOR AGENDA & PDH DETAILS IF YOU SEE "REGISTRATION FULL", CONTACT HOST (link below) TO BE PLACED ON THE WAITING LIST. Speaker(s): Frank Heleniak, P.E. SEL…

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Improved Bus Service on Ten Times less Energy

November 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/283546, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/283546 + Google Map

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…

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Decoupled Water Splitting for Green Hydrogen Production at Scale

Green hydrogen produced by splitting water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen using renewable sources is expected to play a major role in the transition to carbon neutral economy, serving as an energy carrier that can facilitate the penetration of an higher share of intermittent renewable energy, the decarburization of hard-to-abate industrial sectors (e.g. industrial processes which require high- grade heating or rely on hydrogen as a feedstock) and the cross-sectorial coupling (linking power, gas and other energy vectors or energy…

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Technology for the Elderly: Challenges and Opportunities

November 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

We are surrounded by an explosion of technology-based solutions that could improve the quality of life for older adults. Are you aware of these technologies? What are the challenges and opportunities for getting these technologies into people’s hands? Do elders really benefit from this? IEEE SIGHT (Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology) Montreal, in collaboration with the IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section Life Members Affinity Group, IEEE Canada Life Members and IEEE Young Professionals Montreal, invites you to attend a…

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IEEE Signal Processing Society Distinguished Lecture (“Personalizing Federated Learning to the Edge Device”)

November 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

IEEE SPS chapter of the Oregon section will host an SPS distinguished lecture by Prof. Venkatesh Saligrama (Boston University). The lecture title is "Personalizing Federated Learning to the Edge Device", and the lecture is scheduled at noon-1pm PST on Tuesday, November 30. This event will be held via Zoom. When you register to the event, please enter your email address. We will send Zoom information to the registrants via email one day before the event. The talk abstract and the…

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