IEEE Windsor Section

IEEE
September 30th, 2017

IEEE University of Windsor Student Branch presents:

How to C++, a C++ Programming Workshop

About: How to code in one of the most sought after programming languages and one of the basic programming language in the domain of Object oriented Programming concept.

No prior experience required!

Presented by: Dilpreet Chana, Cofounder Optimotive Technologies

$5 entry for non IEEE members.

Date: 10-12th October 2017

Time: 2:30-4:30 PM EDT

Location: Room 202, Toldo Building, University of Windsor

Please Contact Tara Ahmadi,Chair IEEE Student Branch for more information.


September 27th, 2017

IEEE University of Windsor Student Branch presents:

“Measurement and Analysis of Electrical Signals in Time Domain”

Background of the talk: Testforce Systems helps customers make the complex simple, in everything they do. They reduce the exposure to risk because of the knowledge we possess and integrate into our solutions. Testforce helps Test, Design and Manufacturing teams in the critical moments and aids in making tough decisions by providing insights and expertise.

Speaker: Syed Hossain, Personnel at Testforce Systems

Speaker Bio: With an engineering background, Syed Hosain works with researchers, engineers, technologists, technicians and purchasing officials who are frustrated with not having enough time or resources to research for suitable test and measurement equipment to verify their products, carry out preventative maintenance and ensure they meet safety compliance standards.

Venue: 3000 CEI

Date: 5th October 2017

Time: 3-5 PM, EDT or EST

For more details please contact Abira Paul, Chair (External Affairs) WIE Windsor Section or Tara Ahmadi, Chair Student Branch IEEE Windsor Section.

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September 26th, 2017

IEEE Young Professionals Windsor Section presents:

“Optimisation-Based Control of Nonlinear Processes

About the Topic:A major trend in industry over the last 40 years has been employing constrained mathematical optimisation techniques to compute control actions that optimise a quadratic objective function with its minimum at a process steady-state, subject to linear or nonlinear process models and practical constraints such as bounds on flow rates due to valve limitations. These optimisation-based control designs (referred to as model predictive control or MPC) are typically implemented within a two-layer architecture.

Speaker: Dr. Helen Elaine Durand, Professor Wayne State University

Speaker Bio: She received her B.S.,  M.S.  and her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from UCLA in 2017. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at Wayne State University. Her research interests are in the general area of process systems engineering with a focus on process optimisation and control, process operational safety and computational modelling.

Date: 19th October 2017

Time: 12 PM to 1:30 PM EST/EDT

Location: Room 3000, CEI, University of Windsor. 401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. N9B 3P4

Seats are Limited.

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For more details please contact:

Mojtaba Kordestani , Chair IEEE Young Professionals Windsor Section

 

 



September 8th, 2017

Date: 13th Sep, 2017

Location: Franchette at Sunset Avenue, University of Windsor

Time: 11 am – 2 pm


 


August 22nd, 2017

IEEE Computer Society South East Michigan Chapter presents:

Model Predictive Control using Physics based  Models for Advanced Battery Managment

About the Topic: Physics-based models (PBM) of lithium-ion batteries can describe internal cell behavior with surprising accuracy. Recent advances in subspace-based model-order reduction enable these often highly complex, nonlinear electrochemical models to be rendered into forms no more demanding than familiar equivalent circuit models, and therefore make them candidates for embedded battery management schemes.
Model predictive control (MPC) has recently emerged as an effective real-time control strategy that employs a ‘look-ahead’ approach.

Speaker: Professor Trimboli, Asst. Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Colorado

Speaker Bio: Professor Trimboli is Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) and is former Director of the Center for Space Studies (CSS) in the National Institute of Space, Science and Security Centers (NISSSC).

Date: 19th September 2017

Time: 6:30 to 8 PM EST/EDT

Location: Main Auditorium, Altair Engineering, 1620 Big Beaver Road, Troy, MI 48128

Seats are Limited.

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For more details/register please contact:

Sharan Kalwanisharan.kalwani@ieee.org

Phone: +1 (248) 980-UNIX

Please check South East Michigan Chapter website for more information


June 27th, 2017

IEEE University of Windsor Student Branch presents

Machine Vision in Industry Seminar

 

Date: Wednesday July 5th

Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Location: Room 2103, Centre for Engineering and Innovation

This event does not require any registration and is free.

Refreshments will be provided.

Outline:

– What is Machine Vision (general overview)

– Machine Vision applications

– Business case review

We encourage graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in working for companies like Vista Solutions to attend this event.

Speaker: Micheal Sirizzotti, Co-owner and Vice President at Vista Solutions

Please Contact Tara Ahmadi or Abira Paul for more details


June 12th, 2017

IEEE Student Branch Windsor Section presents

Introduction to Web Development with JavaScript workshop

Date: Tuesday, June 20th, 4 – 6 pm EDT

Location: B06 Odette (basement)

Speaker: Basil Roy, M.Eng Candidate, Membership Development, IEEE Student Branch.

REFRESHMENTS will be provided.

For more information please contact Tara Ahmadi.


June 5th, 2017

IEEE Student Branch and Joint Chapter of Circuits and Systems and Computer Society, Windsor Section  presents:

” PHYTHON- for Deep Learning a Practical approach.

Speaker:  Akilan Thangarajah, PhD Candidate, Vice Chair IEEE Univ of Windsor Computer Society, University of Windsor

About the Topic: Python is a high level programming language designed to be easy to read and simple to implement. It is open source which means it is free to use, even for commercial applications. Python can run on Mac, Windows and Unix Systems and has also been ported to Java and virtual machines (techterms.com).

The event is  for Undergrad, Grad students and Researchers who seek to write a technical or scientific report or papers. The attendees should bring their own laptops

Date: June 11, 2017, Sunday

Time: 4 PM to 6 PM EST/EDT

Location:  CEI Building Room 2101 University of Windsor

Refreshments will be provided.

For more details please contact:

Tara Ahmadi , Chair IEEE Student Branch, Windsor Section


May 31st, 2017

IEEE Young Professionals Windsor Section presents:

How Machine Learning Helps Find Relevant Biomarkers in Cancer”

About the Topic:Machine learning, a field of artificial intelligence, has been successfully used for data analysis in many different applications, including transcriptomics, cancer research, life science, finance, and many others. Biotechnological tools for next generation sequencing has produced very large datasets which are difficult to analyze without the help of specialized learning algorithms.In this talk, machine learning approaches for finding relevant
transcripts and potential proteins associated with cancer diagnosis, prognosis and treatment will be discussed. Some
results and interpretation of biomarkers in prostate cancer progression and scoring will be presented.

Speaker: Dr. Luis Rueda, Professor Univ of Windsor School of Computer Science

Speaker Bio: His research interests are mainly focused on theoretical and applied machine learning and pattern recognition, mostly in the fields of transcriptomics, interactomics and genomics with applications to cancer research. He holds three patents on data encryption and has published more than 120 publications in prestigious journals and conferences in machine learning and bioinformatics.

Date: 21st June 2017

Time: 11 AM to 12:30 PM EST/EDT

Location: Room 3000, CEI, University of Windsor. 401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. N9B 3P4

Seats are Limited.

Click Here to Register

For more details please contact:

Mojtaba Kordestani , Chair IEEE Young Professionals Windsor Section