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February 2022

Crystalline solar cells with atypical architecture for wide ranging deployment

February 9 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Joint EDS-SSCS presentation by IEEE EDS Distinguished Lecturer Abstract The demand on flexible and stretchable energy harvesting devices is rapidly increasing, driven by the substantial market growth of a wide range of applications including wearables and humane robotics. In this talk, I will demonstrate a deep reactive ion etching based corrugation technique to transform large-scale commercial rigid solar cells with interdigitated back contacts into ultra-flexible and ultra-stretchable cells with negligible degradation in the initial efficiency. The design of the corrugated…

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February Board Meeting

February 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Monthly Board of Directors meeting Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/300761

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Job Search Strategies for 2022

February 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

FREE IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar According to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, people that changed jobs are getting significantly faster pay increases than those that stay, which is causing a lot of people to make a move in 2022. Dallas, Texas shows that over 40% of their people are looking for a new job in 2022 and the drivers are: working from home, pay and career growth. If you're looking for another job, there is no doubt you'll…

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Nature-inspired Optimization Algorithms Applied to Control Systems

February 15 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Please register (free) to attend: (https://r6.ieee.org/scv-cs/?p=1993) During the design of control systems, the adjustment of the controller parameters plays a fundamental role in the performance of the transient and steady-state regimes. From this perspective, the tuning of controller parameters has been performed using various methods and tools, but recently, meta-heuristic algorithms have improved tuning procedures to ensure the operation and stability of those systems. Thus, optimization algorithms that mimic the evolution of self-organizing biological systems, also called nature-inspired algorithms, have…

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Integrated chip-scale solutions for electromagnetic synthesis and control: For applications in communication, sensing, and imaging systems

February 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Human societal and technological progress has coincided with how well we have been able to harness the electromagnetic spectrum in a technology that is scalable. In the next few decades, as we step into a world of ubiquitous connectivity, intelligent autonomous robotics, and cyber-physical systems, we will harness a spectral span stretching from 30 GHz to 300+ GHz, that is orders of magnitude larger than we ever had access to in human history. My research aims to address the fundamental…

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IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer Talk

February 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

UAV-based Wireless Communications, Computing and Charging With the advancement of UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) edge computing and communications from the sky become possible and indeed provide an effective way to complement the current ground-based horizontal edge computing and communications. This talk starts with a brief introduction of UAV and UAV-assisted wireless communications, and then moves on to discuss the necessity of a close collaboration of the two important resources in any ICT system, namely, communication and computation, again in the…

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The Why, the What, and the How of Retrofit Plug-in Hybridization

February 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

Blue Dot Motorworks, a Seattle-based startup, is developing a family of bolt-on retrofit systems to convert existing vehicles in to plug-in hybrids. The motivation for this approach lies in the slow turnover of the global vehicle fleet. For example, if non plug-in vehicle production were completely phased out by 2027, a dramatically more aggressive strategy than anything being adopted anywhere, the resulting vehicle emissions would consume 230% of the remaining 1.5 C carbon budget. Closing the gap with additional new…

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On-Shoring The Next Generation Of Advanced Packaging

Electronics packaging is the critical enabling technology to achieve 3D heterogeneous integration (HI). The core HI advanced packaging technologies are Si-interposers, Cu-to-Cu (CtC) and fan-out wafer-level packaging (FOWLP). In this presentation, an overview of these technologies will be presented along with their respective technical challenges. For Si-interposers, as the body size increases and the thickness decreases, it becomes challenging to assemble the topside die using conventional solder and underfill assembly methods for die pitches less than 10um. CtC technology is…

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Monthly China Lake-Bakersfield Section Meeting

February 17 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Officers Meeting Agenda: Meeting Agenda: 6:00 Introductions 6:15 Review agenda 6:20 Treasurer’s report 6:30 Action items from prior meetings 6:40 IEEE activities 6:50 Main presentation Alphi A DIY smart panel project that encompasses all facets of electrical engineering. I will give an overview of my project and how I applied the System Engineering V Diagram. You will learn the design process of a product and also the steps on how to bring a product from concept to prototype. Q&A 7:30…

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