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.
Oakland University school of Engineering and Computer Science and IEEE Computer Society South East Michigan Chapter jointly presents:
“NVIDIA GPU ‘s A Transition from Gaming to Autonomous Vehicle and Cancer Research”
About the Topic: In the world of big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, vision, etc., the power of GPUs is viewed by all as being the prime driver and very central to making the GPU architecture both ubiquitous and very pervasive. The talk will trace this transition from Artificial Intelligence to Machine Learning to Deep Learning and Neural Networks. NVIDIA will introduce to us in great detail all about Deep Learning (DL) and Deep Neural Networks and all the associated fundamentals.
Speaker: Ty McKercher, Director of Architecture & Engineering at NVIDIA
Speaker Bio: Over the last 9 Years, Ty has integrated NVIDIA technologies to help transform customer workflows. Ty enjoys solving challenging customer problems that intersect HPC, Visualization, and Virtualization. Lately, he is helping customers’ measure value from emerging technology evaluations in the field of Artificial Intelligence using Deep Neural Networks.
Date: 15th March 2017
Time: 6 PM to 7:30PM EST/EDT
Location: Room 116, Engineering Center, Oakland University, Rochester MI 48309-4479
Seats are Limited.
Click Here to Register
For more details please contact:
Phone: +1 (248) 980-UNIX
Phone: +1 (248) 635-5890
For more details please check flyer below:
The IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship is now receiving Nominations. This $1,000 Scholarship, new in 2017, encourages leadership, creativity and enthusiasm for the engineering profession. The nominee must be an undergraduate IEEE Student Member in good standing, registered in their penultimate year.
Nominations and related Student Declarations are due March 15.
Please visit here for further information
For the on-line submission forms visit both the links below:
The 30th Annual
Call for Papers and Proposals for Canadian Conference on Electricaland Computer Engineering
April 30 to May 3, 2017, Windsor, Canada
The 30th annual IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE 2017) will be held in Windsor, Canada from April 30 to May 3, 2017. CCECE 2017 provides a forum to disseminate research advancements and discoveries, network and exchange ideas, strengthen existing partnerships, and foster new collaborations. Its theme “Two Great Nations Innovate the Technology” reflects the close direct impact of ECE research on industrialization and the position of Windsor as a border city to USA. The venue is Caesars Windsor. Papers are invited in the following Tracks:
2. Devices, Circuits & Systems
3. Communications & Networks
4. Power & Energy Circuits and Systems
5. Computer & Software Techniques
6. Signal Theory & Signal Processing
7. Control & Robotics
Accepted papers will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library, conditional upon meeting additional requirements as detailed on the conference website. Conference content will also be submitted for inclusion into other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
In addition, authors are invited to submit extended versions of their presented conference papers for consideration in the CCECE 2017 Special Issue of the IEEE Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (CJECE) within four weeks of the conference final day. CJECE is indexed on IEEE Xplore and accepts submissions via the ScholarOne Manuscript portal.
Click Here for more information.
Submitted papers must be unpublished and should not be submitted elsewhere at the same time. Accepted papers should not exceed 6 pages in two-column IEEE Transactions style. Accepted papers longer than 4 pages will be charged $100 for each extra page. Papers should be submitted as PDF files through the paper submission system . All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three independent reviewers. Please see the website for further registration details.
Full Paper submission: February 24, 2017
Acceptance Notifications: March 17, 2017
Final version paper with registration: March 24, 2017
The IEEE Signal Processing and Communication Chapter – Windsor Section and Graduate Student Society (GSS) are putting forth a MATLAB session for beginners and intermediate level students in coordination with MathWorks. Please Note: The seminar is divided into two sessions and you will have to register in each session as mentioned below for attending the respective session. Please register as soon as possible because we have limited spots available. Attendees will be given certificate of participation. For further queries you can contact Amin Safaei or Brinda Tank .
Date: 3rd February 2017
Place: Toldo Health Education Center, University of Windsor
Details and timings are as follows:
Session 1: Introduction to Data Analysis with MATLAB
Registration for session 1: Click Here
Time: 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Session 2: ADAS Algorithm Design and Prototyping Using MATLAB
Registration for session 2: Click Here
Time: 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Please check flyer for more information: Click Here
Are you an active researcher, a faculty member, or a student of an academic/research institute or a university in Canada, looking for high-performance computing (HPC) resources for your research/ project?
SHARCNET enables Canadian researchers to access HPC resources. Here is an opportunity to find out how to access such!
To learn more about the event, please see the attached poster or follow this link.
During this complimentary seminar, NI engineers will guide you through hands-on exercises designed to help you evaluate NI CompactDAQ and LabVIEW for your measurement application. See how you can create a data acquisition system for collecting, analyzing and storing measurement data using NI hardware and software.
Register and attend this seminar to use NI CompactDAQ and LabVIEW to:
Who should attend:
This seminar is designed for engineers, technicians, and scientists who are evaluating NI CompactDAQ and LabVIEW for a data acquisition project or application. It is not intended as training for existing customers, students or professors. If you are looking for information about training, we invite you to explore the following options:
Need to know more:
IEEE Windsor section is co-sponsored a NI Labview training bootcamp, a 5-days of training at EPICcenter at University of Windsor. These training sessions are free to attend for recent graduates (a $3,200 USD value), but you should register in advanced.
If you are new to LabVIEW or looking to improve your skills, this free hands-on course introduces you to graphical programming with LabVIEW system design software. Learn how to develop data acquisition, instrument control, data logging, and measurement analysis applications. Benefit from an opportunity to take the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam, a globally recognized entry-level certification exam, for free.