Where: Microsoft research Building 99 Room 1919
14820 Northeast 36th Street
Redmond, WA 98052
Where: Microsoft research Building 99 Room 1919
The IEEE Seattle Section EXCOM Meeting and Technical Seminar
Time: Tuesday, February 10th, 2015
6 pm- 6:45 pm Technical seminar presented by Joe Decuir
Internet of Things: Support IP Smart Objects over Bluetooth Smart
7 pm- 8:30pm Seattle Section ExCom meeting, Chair; Sheree Wen
Location : Microsoft Building 99, Room 1919, 14820 NE 36th Street,
Redmond, WA 98052-6399
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Chair : Dr. Sheree Wen
Vice Chair : Dr. Zhengyou Zhang
Secretary : Dr. Leon Turner
Treasure: Mr. Nicklas Havens
Please join our IEEE Seattle first 2015 Executive committee meeting
Place; Room 3800, Microsoft, Bldg. 99 , 14820 NE 36th Street
Redmond, WA 98052-6399
Time ; 6:30pm , Tuesday, January 13th 2015
Open to all IEEE members , all is welcome.
Please RSVP to Seattle Section Chair, Sheree Wen, Ph.D at SWEN@ieee.org.
2. Introduce New Officers and committee chairs serving Seattle Sections , Technical Chapters and Student Branches
3. 2015 IEEE Seattle section Strategic Plan, Goal and member aspirations.
4. To celebrate Microsoft 40th Anniversary, UNESCO 70th anniversary, and IEEE Seattle 111th anniversary,
a CTO Summit series is proposed . The CTO summit series will include industrial focused events with keynote speakers and panel discussions by world distinguished technical leaders. The events will provide attendees with valuable insights on the state of art technologies in demand and visions for the future. The event will be jointly sponsored by IEEE Seattle, technical societies, corporations and organizations.
5. 2015 budget
6. Technical chapters, student branches and committee report on plans and activities
7, Up coming major conferences in Seattle
and more .
5. Volunteers sign up
Please let us jointly to make IEEE Seattle vibrant and exciting.
Antennas and Calibration – Meeting Announcement Jan 12 2015 IEEE Seattle EMC/MTT/AP
Joint Chapter Meeting Announcement
Introduction to Antenna Calibration Methods:
An overview of new antenna developments, related standards, calibration and what you need to know for efficient and compliant EMC testing
Date: Monday, January 12, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm Complimentary lunch
1:45 pm – 3:00 pm Presentation, including Q & A
Speaker: Doug Kramer, Lab Manager – Wireless, EMC and Calibration,
ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, Texas
Location: The Boeing Company (See Map Attached) 7701 14th Ave South Bldg. 2-122 Seattle, WA 98108
RSVP: Email or call Seattle EMC Chapter Vice-chair Janet O’Neil by January 8
: Phone 425-868-2558, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
SPACE IS LIMITED – RESERVE EARLY TO SAVE YOUR SPACE!!!
Presentation Abstract: This presentation will provide an overview on antenna calibration, what it means to calibrate an antenna and why you should care. The set of operations for an antenna calibration that establish the relationship between values of quantities indicated by a measuring instrument and a reference standard will be explained. Essential concepts will be reviewed, such as metrology, verification, validation, and accreditation. Case studies will be provided on these concepts to provide practical examples of the concepts as applicable in the real-world. Finally, traceability and measurement uncertainty will be discussed according to standards such as ANSI C63.5, SAE ERP 958, IEEE 291, and CISPR 16-1-6. The presentation will conclude with a review of new antenna developments, including tips on which antenna to use for what measurement application, trade-offs in evaluating different antennas, and the new “balance test” for biconilog antennas.
Speaker Bio: Doug Kramer is the Manager of the Calibration/EMC/Wireless Labs for ETS-Lindgren in Cedar Park, Texas. He has over 12 years of experience in managing a commercial test laboratory and providing test solutions to a variety of customers. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is the outgoing Chair of TC1 of the IEEE EMC Society. Doug supports the technical staff at ETS-Lindgren, many of whom are active contributors to the leading wireless industry organizations, including the WiMAX Forum®, CTIA – The Wireless Association®, 3GPP, and the Wi-Fi Alliance®. Prior to joining ETS-Lindgren, Doug was the General Manager for the Nebraska Center for Excellence in Electronics (NCEE), the only full service EMC, environmental and safety product testing facility in Nebraska. He is a contract Senior Assessor to ISO/IEC 17025 and is an iNARTE certified EMC Engineer, a member of the CISPR B working group and Vice Chair of the ANSI C63.5 working group.
Antennas and Calibration – Meeting Announcement Jan 12 2015
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Northwest area and Region 6 award winners. 2014.
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Speaker: Dr. Nelson Ueng of T-Mobile
Topic: LTE-Advanced Features
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm on Dec. 4, 2014
Place: Bellevue City Hall, Room 1E-120, 450 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
Registration: Click Here
This talk will cover a number of the LTE-Advanced features that that are most relevant to spectral-efficiency enhancement. The scope of applicability is LTE Radio Access Network. Most of the features to be covered in the talk have already been standardized in 3GPP Rel-10, 11, and 12. The talk will also cover some features that are to be or likely to be standardized in 3GPP Rel-13. These features include MIMO, Carrier Aggregation, eICIC, CoMP, HetNet, Small Cell, LAA, and CA Enhancement.
Nelson Ueng has 20+ years of working experience in wireless communications. Dr. Ueng joined T-Mobile in 2001. During his time with T-Mobile, Dr. Ueng has helped the company to advance its networks through various technologies – from GSM, UMTS, HSPA to LTE and LTE-A. Dr. Ueng is currently a Principal Engineer at T-Mobile. Before joining T-Mobile, Dr. Ueng was with the mobile network department at Lucent Technologies Taiwan from 1997 to 2001. Before Lucent Technologies, Mr. Ueng had 8 years of experience in a Phased Array Radar system. Dr. Ueng had studied at University of Colorado at Boulder from 1992 to 1996, where he earned Ph.D. & M.S. degrees from the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Before that, Dr. Ueng studied at National Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan, where he earned M.S. & B.S. degrees in Nuclear Engineering in 1984 and 1982, respectively.
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The Seattle IEEE section is delighted To announce the Following IEEE Seattle members as recipients of the 2014 IEEE NW area awards.
2014 Outstanding Leadership and Public services Award: Dr. Harry Shum , IEEE Fellow,
Executive Vice President , Microsoft.
Outstanding Engineer: Dr. Li Deng , IEEE Fellow, Microsoft.
Editor in Chief , IEEE Signal processing Magazine ,
Editor in Chief , IEEE Transactions, Audio, speech and language processing.
Outstanding Educator: Professor Mohamed El Sharkawi, IEEE Fellow , University of Washington.
Best Chapter: Power Energy Society Chapter
Best Large Student Branch : University of Washington .
Best small Student Branch : Digipen.