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      Upcoming Events

        Jul
        16
        Tue
        2019
        YESIST 12- Innovation Challenge Track @ City: Jaipur
        Jul 16 @ 3:13 am – 11:13 am

        Co-sponsored by: STAMFORD INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, IEEE EDUCATION SOCIETY MADRAS SECTION, IEEE HUMANITARIAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE

        International Project Innovation Challenge for the students and young professionals, YESIST 12- Innovation Challenge Track (Youth Endeavors for Social Innovation Using Sustainable Technology ) on 16th  July 2019.

         

        Poornima College of Engineering and its IEEE Student Branch (STB 08621) invites applications from all aspiring students of Engineering and Technology Institutions across Rajasthan.

        Agenda:

        Theme: Preparing For Future Sustainable Transformative Technologies (Addressing social issues like Poverty, Famine, Disaster Management and First Aid, Special Needs, Women Safety, Healthcare or Literacy with the assistance of inventive technologies)

        Location:
        Bldg: ISI-2 RIICO INSTITUTIONAL AREA SITAPURA JAIPUR
        POORNIMA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
        JAIPUR RAJESTHAN
        Jaipur, Rajasthan
        302022

        International Project Innovation Challenge for the school students, YESIST 12 – Junior Einstein Track @ City: Jaipur
        Jul 16 @ 3:29 am – 12:29 pm

        Co-sponsored by: STAMFORD INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, IEEE EDUCATION SOCIETY MADRAS SECTION, IEEE HUMANITARIAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE

        Poornima College of Engineering & Its IEEE Student Branch (STB08621) invite your students with curious minds to explore the possibility of becoming Einstein.

        International Project Innovation Challenge for the school students, YESIST 12 – Junior Einstein Track (Youth Endeavors for Social Innovation Using Sustainable Technology ) on 16th  July 2019.

         

        Fresh minds cater for fresh innovations in the domains untouched and for the issues unresolved.

        Agenda:

        The Selection Process of the projects that were submitted following the timeline of submission will be carried out with a panel of international Jury based on the following evaluation criteria:

        o    Creativity

        o    Application

        o    Relevance to the theme

        o    Application of standards

        o    Deliverability

        Location:
        Bldg: ISI-2 RIICO INSTITUTIONAL AREA SITAPURA JAIPUR
        POORNIMA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
        JAIPUR RAJESTHAN
        Jaipur, Rajasthan
        302022

        JU Hackathon @ City: Bangalore
        Jul 16 @ 3:30 am – Jul 18 @ 5:30 am

        Co-sponsored by: McAfee

        JU Hackathon is an initiative that aims to give a platform to young enthusiasts from across the nation while prompting them to harness
        their creativity and potential. This Tech-sprint Fest motivates students to intertwine social impact and technology to build innovative
        solutions for global development. It also aims to stage a competitive set for the participating minds to toil hard towards their goal with
        zeal.
        The year 2019 would mark the first JU HACKATHON being organized by the IEEE student chapter at Jain (Deemed-to-be University),
        Bangalore. The 2019 hackathon is based on the theme ‘Digital Bharat’. The goal of this Hackathon is to galvanize students to provide
        solutions which proactively overcome diverse problems in our country. Come join us; brainstorm and witness the rise of a new Digital
        Bharat. It’s time we find the key to all those locked-up ideas

        Location:
        School of Computer Science & Engineering
        JGI Global Campus, Jakkasandra Post
        Bangalore, Karnataka
        562112

        Robotics for Democracy Public schools activites Evalaution Meeting @ City: Nabeul
        Jul 16 @ 7:30 am – 12:30 pm

        Robotics for Democracy Public schools activites Evalaution Meeting

        Agenda:

        08.30-9.00 :
        Registrations
         
        9.00- 9.30 :
        The IEEE Hac Robotics for Equality & Democracy Program, An overview. By Nizar Rokbani & Wael Jaballah
         
        9.30-11.00 :
        Feed-back on Robotics Public schools official Clubs. Mr Khaled Shabou
         
        11.00 – 12.30:
        The TISP Porgram with Dar Chaabane II delegation. Khaled Shabou & Nizar Rokbani
         
        12.30-13.30 :Lunch Break
         
        13.30 : Closing ceremony

         

        Location:
        hotel khayam garden
        Nabeul, Nabeul

        Conferencia de Victorino Franco, Distinguished Lecturer de la IEEE Magnetic Society en 2019, en Pamplona
        Jul 16 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

        Co-sponsored by: Cristina Gómez-Polo

        Conferencia de Victorino Franco, Distinguished Lecturer de la IEEE Magnetic Society en 2019, en Pamplona:

        Magnetocaloric Effect: From Energy Efficient Refrigeration to Fundamental Studies of Phase Transitions

        The magnetocaloric effect, i.e. , the reversible temperature change experienced by a magnetic material upon the application or removal of a magnetic field, has become a topic of increasing research interest due to its potential applications in refrigeration at ambient temperature that is energy efficient and environmentally friendly. From a technological point of view, the improvement of magnetic refrigeration systems can have a notable impact on society: a large fraction of the electricity consumed in residential and commercial markets is used for temperature and climate control. From the point of view of magnetic materials, research on this topic mainly focuses on the discovery of new materials with lower cost and enhanced performance. In addition, the characterization of the magnetocaloric effect can be used for more fundamental studies of the characteristics of phase transitions.

        I will cover an overview of the phenomenon and a classification of the most relevant families of alloys and compounds. I will analyze possible limitations for the optimal performance of the materials in magnetic refrigerators, including hysteretic response and cyclability. Regarding phase transitions, I will present a new method to quantitatively determine the order of thermomagnetic phase transitions using the field dependence of the magnetic entropy change. For second-order phase transition materials, I will show that critical exponents can be determined using the magnetocaloric effect even in cases where the usual methods are not applicable. In the case of first-order phase transitions, more details about their hysteretic response can be obtained using T-FORC.

        Speaker(s): Victorino ,

        Location:
        Room: Salón de Actos
        Bldg: Edificio Jerónimo de Ayanz
        Universidad Pública de Navarra
        Campus de Arrosadia
        Pamplona, Navarra

        Distributed learning and signal processing algorithms by Dr. Anna Scaglione @ City: Tonala
        Jul 16 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

        Co-sponsored by: Ing. Carlos Vega

        This talk will introduce peer to peer algorithms for distributed computation and inference. 
        We will start from the Average Consensus (AC) primitive, its convergence properties over deterministic and random networks and then introduce the Distributed Sub-Gradient (DSG) and the Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers (ADMM) methods. The applications of these algorithms to distributed computation tasks such as hypothesis testing, least square approximations, will be highlighted throughout the talk.

        Speaker(s): Dr. Scaglione,

        Location:
        Bldg: Aula Amplia 1
        CUTonalá – Universidad de Guadalajara
        Av, Nuevo Perif. Ote. 555, Tateposco
        Tonala, Jalisco
        45425

        Energy Efficient Future Wireless Communications
        Jul 16 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

        The IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section invites you to join us for a technical talk on energy efficient future wireless communications. Nuno Borges Carvalho is a pre-eminent world expert on the topic, and will present his work at 1PM on July 16th on Sexton Campus at Dalhousie University in Halifax. There will be complementary coffee and light snacks for a networking time shortly before the talk.

        Speaker(s): Nuno Borges Carvalho,

        Agenda:

        1200 PM – Networking and lunch (by pre-order only, please pre-order by July 12)

        100 PM – Talk by Dr. Nuno Borges Carvalho

        200 PM – Adjourn

        Location:
        Room: B311
        Bldg: Dalhousie University Sexton Campus
        1360 Barrington Street
        Halifax, Nova Scotia

        IEEE PES Atlanta: “Super Bowl LIII from the Utility Perspective” @ City: Atlanta
        Jul 16 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

        Georgia Power Preparations and Lessons Learned from Super Bowl LIII. The discussion will turn around the lead- time preparations that accompany this DHS Level 1 security event. The electrical system was groomed for multiple critical venues. Liaisons were assigned to various command centers. The storm center was established proactively; Incident response team was activated. They developed an operations plan drawing from plans used by utilities for similar events. Mike will discuss their approach to operations planning (e.g., conservative operations, maintenance restrictions, scenario switching/checks). He will provide an overview of the facility security assessment approach. Overall preparations took place over about 15 months.

        Speaker(s): Mike Robinson,

        Agenda:

        11:30 – 12:00pm: Lunch

        12:00 – 1:00pm: Presentation

        Location:
        Georgia Power Headquarters
        241 Ralph McGill Blvd
        Atlanta, Georgia
        30308

        IEEE PES Fort Worth Monthly Meeting – 2019 July 16 @ City: Fort Worth
        Jul 16 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

        Title:
        Next-Generation Smart Grids: Synchronized and Democratized (SYNDEM) Smart Grids

        Abstract:
        Power systems are going through a paradigm shift. The centralized large facilities are being replaced by millions of widely dispersed non-synchronous relatively small renewable or alternative power plants, plug-in EVs, and energy storage units. Moreover, the majority of loads are expected to actively take part in the grid regulation in the same way as suppliers do. In this lecture, the SYNDEM (meaning synchronized and democratized) grid architecture, together with its technical route, to enable this paradigm change will be presented. It will be shown that the synchronization mechanism of conventional synchronous machines, which has underpinned the power systems for over 100 years, can continue playing its fundamental role in power systems. It will empower all power electronics-interfaced suppliers and loads to behave like virtual synchronous machines so that they can take part in the regulation of system frequency and voltage, in the same way as conventional synchronous machines do. This will unify the integration and interaction of all players with the grid. It will also release the communication infrastructure from low-level control and open up the prospect of achieving autonomous operation for power systems. This holistic solution could considerably enhance the stability, scalability, operability, security, reliability and resiliency of the next-generation smart grid. For latest developments and live discussions, join LinkedIn Group https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7061909/

        Speaker(s): Qing-Chang Zhong,

        Location:
        Bldg: Electric Services Building
        115 W. 7th St
        ESB 200 (2nd floor)
        Fort Worth , Texas
        76102

        Distributed Algorithms for Principal Component Analysis by Dr. Anna Scaglione @ City: Zapopan
        Jul 16 @ 11:00 pm – Jul 17 @ 1:00 am

        Co-sponsored by: Dr. Gilberto Ochoa

        Many data analysis algorithm in array processing and machine learning rely on Principal Component Analysis (PCA) as basic primitive. Distributed PCA algorithms are useful when the data are acquired by a network of sensors, or when the data are split over several servers due to storage limitations. Such algorithms can harness local communications and network connectivity to overcome the need of communicating and accessing the entire array locally, but the way the different datasets are divided across the network informs the algorithm’s design and affects its performance limits. The talk will explain how one can decompose the problem of computing the principal components in general, by classifying the methodologies to perform distributed PCA on different datasets, and discussing their performance and their applications in the context of distributed data acquisition systems. 

        Speaker(s): Dr. Scaglione,

        Location:
        Bldg: Sala Neuberger
        Avenida Patria 1201
        Colonia Lomas del Valle
        Zapopan, Jalisco
        45129

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