IEEE Windsor Section

IEEE
April 2nd, 2016

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Thanks to the effort of our recruitment team, Windsor section is recognized as 2016 Outstanding Section Membership Recruitment performer. Congratulations to all members, specially to the recruitment team.

 

 

 

 

 


April 6th, 2018

IEEE Young Professionals and Women in Engineering, Windsor Section presents

“Energy Saving in Big Buildings”

Abstract: Frank Mills, Principal of Frank Mills Consulting Ltd, will present a lecture on “Energy saving in big building”. This lecture will provide an overview of natural ventilation starting with a review of early building ventilation to modern solutions which range from the use of windows (Simple NV) to the use of automatically controlled inlets, plenums, integral chimney and shafts, atrium spaces and roof outlets, turrets and exhausts (Advanced NV). It will cover design strategies, ventilation systems, components and their integration into building fabric and also design calculations, modelling techniques and exemplar projects including ‘full’ Natural Ventilation and ‘hybrid’ schemes and example projects.

Speaker: Frank Mills, Principal of Frank Mills Consulting Ltd. 

Speaker Bio: Frank Mills is a leading specialist in sustainable and energy efficient building engineering design. His experience includes the design, management, supervision, construction and operation of building services engineering across a range of building types including sports stadia, large scale mixed use developments sports facilities, leisure centers and hotels, retail community schemes internationally. He has been an ASHRAE member since 1971 and has been active on technical and standards committees and on Councils. He has presented ASHRAE ALI short courses on Natural Ventilation, Design of zero energy buildings and Healthcare HVAC and presented papers on Atrium design, Fire engineering, Education buildings, best practice engineering and sustainable development.

Date: Wednesday April 11th

Time: 11:00AM-12:30PM EDT/EST

Location: Room 2103, CEI, University of Windsor

Please register here to book your seats!

Refreshments will be provided.

Please contact Maryam Farajzadeh or Mojtaba Kordestani for more details.


March 27th, 2018

IEEE Computer Society South East Michigan Section presents

“Test Methods for Thermal Measurement, Reliabilty and Quality”

Abstract: From multi-core chips in slim smartphone devices or compact packaging of power semiconductor modules for lightweight electric vehicle inverters, understanding semiconductor package heat dissipation remains important for performance and product reliability purposes. This presentation introduces electrical test methods covered by JEDEC 51-1 standards. By utilizing this approach, the difficulties and problems measuring temperature at the component’s die are overcome.

Speaker: Joe Proulx, Senior Application Engineer

Speaker Bio: Joe has over 20+ years of experience as thermal engineer in industry. He has extensive CFD experience for electronics cooling analysis, and more than 7+ years specializing in thermal test measurement of semiconductors & reliability. Joe has several patents pending. He also regularly contributes to IEEE & SAE conference papers for power electronics reliability and electronics thermal simulation.

Date: March 29th 2018

Time: 6-8 PM EDT/EST

Location: Room, 254 Engineering Center Oakland University Rochester, MI 48309

Please click here to register for the event!


March 15th, 2018

IEEE Young Professionals and Women in Engineering, Windsor Section presents

“BioMEMS from Stone age to High Tech”

Abstract: Development of highly sensitive diagnostic and monitoring tools are essential for health and environmental maintenence. The seminar introduces BioMEMS a new generation of high performance devices for medical application. Many types of Bio sensors are introduced and their potential for routine treatment and efficiency monitoring are explained.

Speaker: Dr. Arezoo Emadi, Assistant Professor

Speaker Bio: Dr. Emadi is an Asst. Professor in Dept of ECE at University of Windsor and a senior member of IEEE. She is also an active member in the Windsor Cancer Research Group.

Date: Friday, March 23rd

Time: 12-2PM EDT/EST

Location: Room 3000 CEI, University of Windsor

Please register here to book your seats!

Refreshments will be provided.

Please contact Maryam Farajzdeh Zanjani or Mojtaba Kordestani for more details.


February 28th, 2018


February 16th, 2018

IEEE South East Michigan Section Computer Society presents:

An Introduction to Data Science

AboutData Science is the study of the generalizable extraction of knowledge from data. Being a data scientist requires an integrated skill set spanning mathematics, statistics, machine learning, databases and other branches of computer science along with a good understanding of the craft of problem formulation to engineer elective solutions. This short lecture will introduce you to this rapidly growing field and introduce some of its basic principles and tools as well as its general mindset.

Speaker: Sharan Kalwani

Speaker Bio: With over 30+ years’ experience, in various aspects of the way hardware, software has evolved, you can expect a unique perspective on the whole evolution of data science. The speaker has presented at numerous conferences and is viewed as an active evangelist in his areas of expertise.

Date: 22nd Feb 2018

Time: 6-8 PM EDT/EST

Location: Room 254, Engineering Center Oakland University Rochester, MI 48309

Register Here to book your spot.


February 13th, 2018

IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, University of Windsor presents:

Wearable Sensing for Behavioral/Physiological Monitoring

Speaker: DrOmid Dehzangi, Assistant Professor Computer and Information Science, Univ of Michigan

Speaker Bio: Omid Dehzangi received B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Shiraz University. He also received his Ph.D. degree from the School of Computer Engineering at Nanyang Technological University.Omid Dehzangi is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science at University of Michigan-Dearborn. His research interests lie broadly in the area of wearable embedded systems, their signal processing and data analytics algorithm design with the emphasis on medical applications.

About the Topic: Wearable health technology is drawing significant attention for good reasons. The pervasive nature of such systems providing ubiquitous access to information will transform the way people interact with each other and their environment. The resulting information extracted from these systems will enable emerging applications in healthcare, wellness, emergency response, fitness monitoring, elderly care support, long-term preventive chronic care, assistive care, smart environments, sports, gaming, and entertainment which create many new research opportunities and transform researches from various disciplines. Despite the ground-breaking potentials, there are a number of interesting challenges in order to design and develop wearable medical embedded systems.

Date: March 8, 2018

Time: 10-11:30 AM

Location: CEI 3000, University of Windsor

Please Register here to book your seat!

For more details contact here.


November 29th, 2017

November 23rd, 2017

IEEE Young Professionals, Windsor Section presents:

Towards Skill Transfer via Learning-Based Guidance: Adaptive Haptic Guidance
for Virtual Reality based Training

Abstract: This talk presents an overview in the recent work on gesture-based haptic guidance for physical humanrobot interaction (pHRI) that can be used in virtual minimally invasive surgery (MIS) training. An approach in which the knowledge and experience of experts have been modeled and used to improve the unpredictable motions of novice trainees. Two statistical models, hidden Markov model (HMM) and hidden Conditional Random Fields (HCRF), have been used to train gesture models for a virtual MIS related task.

Speaker: Dr. Mehrdad H. Zadeh, Associate Professor Kettering University

Speaker Bio: Dr. Zadeh is an associate professor and an advisor of Auto Drive Challenge™ competition at Kettering University, MI. From Sept. 2015 to January 2017, he served as a visiting associate professor at Johns Hopkins University, Laboratory for Computational Sensing + Robotics (LCSR), MD, where he collaborates on the design and development of haptic-enabled surgical simulation.

Date: December 07, 2017

Time: 1-3 PM EDT/EST

Location: Room 2103, CEI, University of Windsor

Please Register Here inorder to attend the event.

Please contact Mojtaba Kordestani, Chair IEEE YP Windsor Section for more details.


November 20th, 2017

IEEE Windsor Section presents its Annual General Meeting 2017

Date: Tuesday, 28th November 2017

Location: Room 2101, CEI University of Windsor

Time: 4- 7 PM EDT/EST

Please Register Here in order to book your spot.

Please contact Esrafil Jedari, Vice Chair IEEE Windsor Section for more details.


November 9th, 2017

IEEE Windsor Section presents “Radiation Hardened CMOS Circuits

Abstract: Soft errors have long plagued the semiconductor field, first showing up in space applications and later in terrestrial applications. Technology scaling and low-voltage/low-power requirements are further exacerbating the occurrence of soft errors in nano-scale circuits. A soft error occurs when charge generated by energetic particles is collected by reverse-biased junctions. In this talk, we will review the background and highlight recent research done at the University of Waterloo on circuit techniques to mitigate soft errors.

Speaker: Dr. Manoj Sachdev, Professor University of Waterloo

Speaker Bio: Manoj Sachdev is a professor in electrical and computer engineering department at the University of Waterloo. His research interests include low-power and high-performance circuit design, reliability and manufacturing issues of nano-metric integrated circuits. He has written five books, has contributed to over 200 technical articles in conferences and journals. He holds more than 35 granted and pending US patents in the broad area of VLSI circuit design and test.

Location: 3000 CEI, University of Windsor

Date: Friday, November 17, 2017

Time: 10 AM EST/EDT

Please Register Here in order to attend the event

Please Contact Esrafil Jedari, Vice Chair IEEE Windsor Section for more details