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What members say about IEEE Communications Society
 
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© 2013 IEEE Communications Society // http://www.comsoc.org
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What members say about IEEE Communications Society
 
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© 2013 IEEE Communications Society // http://www.comsoc.org
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IEEE Communications Society celebrates 50 Thousand Members
 
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IEEE Communications Society Awards Ceremony
 
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IEEE Communications Society Awards Ceremony
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2013 IEEE Communications Society Awards Ceremony // FULL VERSION // HD
 
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2013 IEEE Communications Society Awards Ceremony Atlanta, GA USA http://www.comsoc.org/AwardsCeremonies
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IEEE Communications Society Digital Library
 
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© 2013 IEEE Communications Society // http://www.comsoc.org
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The Impact of Computer Monitoring on Creativity | Carolyn Holton | TEDxLakeland
 
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How does electronic monitoring in the workplace affect creativity and the sharing of ideas? Professor and business consultant Carolyn Holton examines how the awareness that communications are being monitored can stifle creativity and explores some ways in which employers can counteract this impact. Carolyn Holton is a professor of Information Systems at Southeastern University and an award-winning researcher in various aspects of computer-mediated communications systems with particular emphasis on the impact of system monitoring and the use of these systems in detecting and deterring fraud. Her work has been published in Decision Support Systems, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication and presented at numerous conferences. Carolyn holds a BBA in International Business from The George Washington University, an MBA from Duke University, and a Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of South Florida. She began her career at the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. Her innovative internal communication solutions for Nortel's Caribbean and Latin American regions were featured in Fast Company and other business magazines in several countries. Carolyn is a strong proponent for the exchange of diverse ideas and critical thinking. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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What members say about IEEE Communications Society
 
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© 2013 IEEE Communications Society // http://www.comsoc.org
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How Distortion from Nonlinear Massive MIMO Transceivers is Radiated Spatially
 
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This talk explains how the nonlinear distortion from Massive MIMO transceivers is radiations in space. The speaker is Christopher Mollén, Ph.D., Linköping University, Sweden. Download slides: http://www.commsys.isy.liu.se/~chrmo74/hardware_distortion.pdf This presentation is based on: [1] C. Mollén. High-End Performance with Low-End Hardware. Dissertation. Linköping University Electronic Press, 2018. http://theses.eurasip.org/theses/764/high-end-performance-with-low-end-hardware/ [2] C. Mollén, E.G. Larsson, U. Gustavsson, T. Eriksson, and R.W. Heath, “Out-of-Band Radiation from Large Antenna Arrays”, ArXiv E-Print, Nov. 2016, arXiv:1611.01359 [cs.IT]. Accepted to IEEE Communications Magazine. https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.01359 [3] C. Mollén, U. Gustavsson, T. Eriksson, and E.G. Larsson. “Spatial Characteristics of Distortion Radiated from Antenna Arrays with Transceiver Nonlinearities”, ArXiv E-Print, Nov. 2017, arXiv:1711.02439 [cs.IT]. https://arxiv.org/abs/1711.02439 [4] C. Mollén, U. Gustavsson, T. Eriksson, and E.G. Larsson. “Impact of Spatial Filtering on Distortion from Low-Noise Amplifiers in Massive MIMO Base Stations”, ArXiv E-Print, Dec. 2017, arXiv:1712.09612 [cs.IT]. https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.09612
BMW Car-to-X Communication
 
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BMW Car-to-X Communication. 16:9.
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IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology
 
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Katina Michael at the University of Wollongong, guest editor of the June 2013 Computer magazine special issue on Big Data: New Opportunities and New Challenges, talks about the IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology (SSIT), IEEE Technology and Society (T&S) magazine, and the International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS). From Computer's June issue: http://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2013/06/index.html. Visit Computer: http://www.computer.org/computer.
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WWB10: Inductive  Transfer of Information and NFC Communications
 
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We discuss the use of inductive loops in the transfer of information for RFID and NFC systems. Paper: J. Fischer, “NFC in Cell Phones: The New Paradigm for an Interactive World.” IEEE Communications Magazine, June 2009.
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IEEE Communications Society Awards Ceremony // 2013 Prize Paper Award
 
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IEEE Communications Society Awards Ceremony // 2013 Prize Paper Award
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IEEE Demo of InnovationQ Plus SLA Legal Div Webinar 9 November 2016
 
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In this recording of a live webinar presentation to the 2016 SLA Legal Division, IEEE provides a demonstration of the new InnovationQ Plus platform that combines the deep engineering knowledge from IEEE content with IP.com’s global patent and non-patent literature, enabling IP discovery, analysis, and mapping of patent and non-patent material in one easy-to-use, highly accurate search tool.
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Communication Magazine for Dos Partnership
 
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Communication Magazine for Dos Partnership
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Diomidis Spinellis on Unix Architecture Evolution Milestones and Lessons Learned [PWL ATH]
 
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Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Papers-We-Love-Athens/events/250608763/ Description • Diomidis Spinellis presenting on the Unix Architecture Evolution: Milestones and Lessons Learned The Unix operating system has had a profound influence on the development of open source software and associated communities. Many of today's systems trace their code or design to a 1970 unnamed operating system kernel, implemented in 2489 lines of PDP-7 assembly language. This evolved into the Unix operating system, whose direct descendants include today's BSD systems and intellectual heirs form the various GNU/Linux distributions. How did the architecture of Unix evolve over the past half century? Based on a GitHub repository (https://github.com/dspinellis/unix-history-repo) recording the system's history from 1970 until today, a database recording the evolution of provided facilities, and the reconstruction of the Third and Fourth Edition Unix manuals, we will examine the most significant milestones of this development and the lessons we can learn. Many architectural features, such as layering, system calls, devices as files, an interpreter, and process management, were already visible in the 1970 version. Other ideas followed quickly: the tree directory structure, user contributed code, I/O redirection, the shell as a user program, groups, pipes, and scripting. Later versions added domain-specific languages, environment variables, a documented file system hierarchy, software packages, virtual memory support, optimized screen handling, networking, storage pools, dynamic tracing, and a packet capture library. Based on a record of facilities documented over the years we will see areas in which evolution continues at an unchanged pace and areas where it appears stalled. We will also see how one measure of code complexity has followed a self-correcting path. Lessons we can derive from this amazing ride include the durability of early architectural features, the value of establishing conventions over the imposition of rigid mechanisms, the importance of additions made after the system's gestation, and the increasing difficulty of bringing about ground-breaking changes as Unix ages. Bio Diomidis Spinellis is a Professor of software engineering, the Editor in Chief of the IEEE Software magazine, a programmer, and technology author. Diomidis Spinellis is a Professor in the Department of Management Science and Technology at the Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece. His research interests include software engineering, IT security, and cloud systems engineering. He has written two award-winning, widely-translated books: “Code Reading” and “Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective”. In 2016 he published the book Effective Debugging: 66 Specific Ways to Debug Software and Systems. Diomidis has also published more than 250 technical papers in journals and refereed conference proceedings, which have received more than 5000 citations. He served for a decade as a member of the IEEE Software editorial board, authoring the regular “Tools of the Trade” column. He has contributed code that ships with Apple’s macOS and BSD Unix and is the developer of CScout, UMLGraph, dgsh, and other open-source software packages, libraries, and tools. He holds an MEng in Software Engineering and a PhD in Computer Science, both from Imperial College London. Dr. Spinellis has served as an elected member of the IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors (2013–2015), and is a senior member of the ACM and the IEEE. From January 2015 he is serving as the Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Software. Homepage: https://www.dmst.aueb.gr/dds/ Twitter: @CoolSWEng
Lasting Impact of the Telegraph on Language - A Text Technologies Documentary by Jordan McCuaig
 
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UBC MET Graduate Student Jordan McCuaig crafted this video documentary on the telegraph and it's lasting impact on language and thought processes, as a part of his Master in Educational Technologies in ETEC 540 - Text Technologies: The Changing Spaces of Reading and Writing. You can view other graduate student video documentaries from ETEC 540 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f37V5ulVg-k&list=PLaZ9Q7d9HPeqAR7f0yQOs5ZdD3hrFy0MK ------------------------------------------------- Discover more of Jordan McCuaig's videos on his YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC77kJVBelxJiqMRcDQu9PkQ ------------------------------------------------- All the images that Jordan used in this video are cited in video credits. Below Jordan cites the Academic Works from his research in the making of this video: Technology and ideology: The Case of the Telegraph. James W. Carey. Communication as Culture: Essays on Media and Society, Revised Edition , pp. 155–177. History of Communications. Mischa Schwartz, 2010. IEEE Communications Magazine. Shaping Communication Networks: Telegraph, Telephone, Copmuter. David E. Nye. Social Research, Vol. 64, No. 3. Retrieved from: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40971199 A Wire Across the Ocean - Ainissa Ramirez. American Scientist, Volume 103 (May-June 2015). The Story of the Telegraph and a History of the Great Atlantic Cable. Briggs and Maverick, 1963. The Origins of International Agreements and Global Media: The Post, the Telegraph, and Wireless Communication Before World War I. Ted Madger, The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy, First Edition. Edited by Robin Mansell and Marc Raboy. 2011. The Birth of Long Distance Communication - Semaphore Telegraphs in Europe (1790-1840). Patrice Flichy. Réseaux - The French Journal of Communication. The Communications Miracle: The Telecommunication Pioneers from Morse to the Information Superhighway. John Bray. 1995, Springer Science+Business Media. The Telegraph: A Strategic Means of Communication During the American Civil War. Pierre Wilhelm. Revista de Historia de América, No. 124 (enero-junio 1999), pp. 81-98 Published by: Pan American Institute of Geography and History. Development of the Anglo-Indian Telegraph. J.M. Adams. Engineering Science and Education Journal, August 1997. Cuba as it is in 1854. DeBow’s Review and Industrial Resources, Statistics, etc. Devoted to Commerce, Agriculture, Manufacturing. September 1854. American Periodicals. Of codes and coda: Meaning in Telegraph Messages, circa 1850-1920. Deep Kanta Lahiri Choudhury. Historical Social Research, 2010. Retrieved from: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20762432 ------------------------------------------------- For more on the UBC MET (Master in Educational Technology) Community, please subscribe to our channel, check out our blog: http://community.met.ubc.ca/ and connect with us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/UBCMETcommunity ----------------------------- #UBCMET #edtech #UBC #telegraph #TextTechnologies
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ALLNITE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE
 
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Andrea Goldsmith - To Infinity and Beyond: New Frontiers in Wireless Information Theory
 
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2014 ISIT Plenary Lecture To Infinity and Beyond: New Frontiers in Wireless Information Theory Andrea Goldsmith Stanford University Abstract: Although wireless information theory has been declared dead many times over, the field today is thriving with abundant open problems of significant theoretical and practical importance. This talk will explore our recent results on wireless information theory that go towards infinity in the number of users, and back from infinity in other dimensions. In particular, we will describe our work on achievable rate regions for single-hop networks with any number of users, obtained through user virtualization followed by coding via a graphical Markov model. The resulting achievable rate regions meet or exceed all existing rate regions for any single-hop network, including those of interference channels, broadcast channels, and cognitive radio channels. Moving back from infinity, we examine the implications of finite delay, energy, feedback, and sampling with a particular focus on our results unveiling rate-distortion theory and channel capacity for sub-Nyquist sampled sources and channels. We end the talk describing additional dreams and challenges in wireless information theory, including the application of information-theoretic analysis tools to explore new frontiers in biology and neuroscience. Biography: Andrea Goldsmith is the Stephen Harris professor in the School of Engineering and a professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. She was previously on the faculty of Electrical Engineering at Caltech. She co-founded and served as CTO of Accelera, Inc. and of Quantenna Communications, Inc. and has also held industry positions at Maxim Technologies, Memorylink Corporation, and AT&T Bell Laboratories. Dr. Goldsmith is a Fellow of the IEEE and of Stanford, and she has received several awards for her work, including the IEEE Communications Society and Information Theory Society joint paper award, the IEEE Communications Society Best Tutorial Paper Award, the National Academy of Engineering Gilbreth Lecture Award, the IEEE ComSoc Communications Theory Technical Achievement Award, the IEEE ComSoc Wireless Communications Technical Achievement Award, the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, and the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal's Women of Influence Award. She is author of the book "Wireless Communications" and co-author of the books "MIMO Wireless Communications" and "Principles of Cognitive Radio," all published by Cambridge University Press. She received the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from U.C. Berkeley. Dr. Goldsmith has served as editor for the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, the Journal on Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information Theory and in Networks, the IEEE Transactions on Communications, and the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine as well as on the Steering Committee for the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. She participates actively in committees and conference organization for the IEEE Information Theory and Communications Societies and has served on the Board of Governors for both societies. She has also been a Distinguished Lecturer for both societies, served as President of the IEEE Information Theory Society in 2009, founded and chaired the student committee of the IEEE Information Theory Society, and chaired the Emerging Technology Committee of the IEEE Communications Society. At Stanford she received the inaugural University Postdoc Mentoring Award and has been active in committees to innovate and revise both graduate and undergraduate education university-wide. She served as Chair of Stanford's Faculty Senate in 2009 and currently serves on its Faculty Senate and on its Budget Group.
What's the Difference Between Parallel and Serial?
 
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PC Magazine Re: 5G: Stupid Public Will Pay For Jazzy Even If It Effects Health; Here's The Effects
 
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Do the American people care at all about their health, their children's/grandchildren's health to get 5G stopped, or are they suicidal? I think we all know the answer to that question. http://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/taos-new-mexico/ https://www.pcmag.com/commentary/363244/the-problem-with-5g https://jnlwp.defense.gov/About/Frequently-Asked-Questions/Active-Denial-System-FAQs/ http://5ginformation.net/ https://www.saferemr.com/2017/08/5g-wireless-technology-millimeter-wave.html https://www.nap.edu/read/24936/chapter/5#29 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3686354/ https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4757-0896-7_3 https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/884201/
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ALLNITE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE
 
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CommunicAsia 2016 - IEEE Booth & Seminar
 
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ConnecTechAsia is where technology, ideas, and business converge. Encompassing CommunicAsia, BroadcastAsia, and the new event NXTAsia, ConnectTechAsia covers the entire spectrum of communication, broadcast, and enterprise technology and services reflecting the pulse of Asia today. From IoT to Smart Automation, to Content Production & Management to Cloud Broadcasting, ConnecTechAsia is the only event that serves the entire ICT and media industry in the region. The genesis of ConnecTechAsia stems as a response to the expanded needs of the tech and communications community to see, discover, and experience more of the solutions today that affect business tomorrow. The event will host over 2,000 exhibitors, technical seminars and business conferences, and networking forums through an array of experiential activities allowing you to gain the maximum amount of industry insights in one event. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers had played a part in setting up a booth to outreach on the IEEE Xplore and other products.
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M2M in Smart Grids & Smart Cities: Technologies, Standards & Applications
 
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Title: Machine-to-Machine in Smart Grids & Smart Cities: Technologies, Standards & Applications Presenters: Prof Mischa Dohler, King's College London, UK Dr Jesus Alonso-Zarate, CTTC, Spain Table of Content: 1. Introduction to M2M [0h0m-0h40m] 2. Capillary Short-Range M2M [0h40m-1h21m] 3. Cellular M2M [1h21m-3h02m] 4. Concluding Remarks [3h02m-3h10m] Recorded: April 2012 Abstract: The unprecedented communication paradigm of machine-to-machine (M2), facilitating 24/7 ultra-reliable connectivity between a prior unseen number of automated devices, is currently gripping both industrial as well as academic communities. The aim of this tutorial is to provide a detailed academic, technical and industrial insight into latest key aspects of wireless M2M networks, with particular application to smart cities and smart grids. We provide an in-depth introduction to the particularities of M2M systems, and then dwell in great depths on the capillary and cellular embodiments of M2M. The focus of capillary M2M will be on IEEE (.15.4e) and IETF (6LoWPAN, ROLL, COAP) standards compliant low-power multihop networking designs; furthermore, for the first time, low power Wifi will be dealt with and positioned into the eco-system of capillary M2M. The focus of cellular M2M will be on latest activities, status and trends in leading M2M standardization bodies with technical focus on ETSI M2M and 3GPP LTE-M; furthermore, we will discuss analytical and simulation works quantifying the performance and impact of M2M in legacy cellular networks. Along the entire tutorial, challenges and open issued will be identified, thus making the material presented in this tutorial useful for industry and inspiring for researchers and academics alike. Biographies: Mischa Dohler is full Professor in Wireless Communications at King's College London, member of the Board of Directors of Worldsensing, Fellow (2014) and Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE, and Editor-in-Chief of the Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies. He is a frequent keynote, panel and tutorial speaker. He has contributed to numerous wireless broadband and IoT/M2M standards, holds a dozen patents, chaired numerous conferences, and published more than 160 refereed journals, conference papers and books at a citation h-index of 33. He is an entrepreneur, angel investor, policy adviser, passionate pianist and fluent in 6 languages. He has spoken at TEDx. His contributions have featured in the Wall Street Journal and BBC. Jesus Alonso-Zarate -- PhD and IEEE Senior Member -- received his M. Sc. (with Honors) and Ph. D (Cum Laude) degrees in Telecommunication Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC, Spain) in March 2004 and February 2009, respectively. In 2005, he was awarded by the National Telecommunication Agency (COIT) of Spain with the Best Master Thesis Award in ICT and in 2011 he received the UPC Award for his PhD thesis. He is now with the CTTC (Barcelona, Spain) holding a Senior Research Associate position and is Head of the M2M Department. He has published more than 80 scientific papers in renowned international journals (IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, etc.) and international conferences (IEEE ICC, IEEE GLOBECOM, IEEE PIMRC, IEEE VTC, etc.) over the last years and has also participated in both European-funded and industrial research projects. In 2011 he was awarded with the Best Paper Award of IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) with a technical contribution towards the energy-efficiency of wireless communications. In 2013, he has been awarded with the 2013 EURASIP Best Paper Award on Advances in Signal Processing for a journal paper published in a special issue on wireless cooperative communications.
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Vehicular Cloud Networking - Architecture and Design Principle
 
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This video is based on the following magazine article. * Euisin Lee; Eun-Kyu Lee; Gerla, M.; Oh, S.Y., "Vehicular cloud networking: architecture and design principles" in Communications Magazine, IEEE, February 2014.
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IEEE Communications Society Awards // Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement
 
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John Cioffi // Areer Awards // IEEE Communications Society Awards // Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement
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Internet Of Bio NanoThings
 
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This video is based on the article "Internet Of Bio NanoThings", authored by I. F. Akyildiz, M. Pierobon, S. Balasubramaniam, and Y. Koucheryavy. It was published in the IEEE Communications Magazine (Volume 53, Issue 3) in March 2015. This is done in partial fulfillment of the course ES6125: Wireless Communication at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Presenters: Swarna Kamakshi Jayaraman, Janani Namashivayam
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"Securing Vehicle-To-Grid Communications in the Smart Grid." CE4021 video assignment submission
 
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This video is based on paper "Securing Vehicle-To-Grid Communications in the Smart Grid." published in IEEE wireless communication magazine Dec 2013. This is an video assignment for CE4021. To aid understanding, the transcript of the video is provided at: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pg5o0zeu8vdnw3r/video%20transcript.docx
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IEEE Spectrum Digital Magazine Prototype
 
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I developed this internal prototype for a digital magazine using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite in early 2011.
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Interview with Robert Schober, Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Transactions on Communications
 
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Robert Schober on IEEE Transactions on Communications - interview by Elena Neira, Director of IEEE ComSoc Online Content
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HyperSurfaces: Electromagnetic Propagation as an App
 
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A brief introduction to the objectives of project "VISORSURF: A Hypervisor for Metasurface Functionalities", Funded by the EU under the FETOPEN-RIA call of H2020. Find out more at http://www.visorsurf.eu, https://twitter.com/visorsurf, https://www.facebook.com/VisorSurf . Video art by Andreas Miaoudakis, Christos Liaskos and Ageliki Tsioliaridou. FEATURED: Introducing the Programmable Wireless Environments! Liaskos C., Tsioliaridou A., Pitsillides A., Ioannidis S, Akyildiz IF, “Using any Surface to Realize a New Paradigm for Wireless Communications”. Communications of the ACM, 2018. http://users.ics.forth.gr/cliaskos/files/jrn/CACM18.pdf A Ray-tracing-based Evaluation of the Programmable Wireless Environment potential. Liaskos C., Nie S., Tsioliaridou A., Pitsillides A., Ioannidis S, Akyildiz IF. “A New Wireless Communication Paradigm through Software-controlled Metasurfaces”. IEEE Communications Magazine, 2018. http://arxiv.org/abs/1806.01792 (WoWMoM’18 Conference version: http://arxiv.org/abs/1805.06677 ) A look into how we expect to design the nanocomputers and nanonetworks inside metamaterials. S. Abadal, C. Liaskos, A. Tsioliaridou, S. Ioannidis, A. Pitsillides, J. Solé-Pareta, E. Alarcón, A. Cabellos, “Computing and Communications for the Software-Defined Metamaterial Paradigm: A Context Analysis”, IEEE Access, 2017. http://www.n3cat.upc.edu/papers/Computing-and-Communications-for-the-Software-Defined-Metamaterial-Paradigm-A-Context-Analysis.pdf What if the internal nanonetworks of a metamaterial are wireless? S. Abadal, A. Mestres, J. Torrellas, E. Alarcón, and A. Cabellos-Aparicio, "Medium Access Control in Wireless Network-on-Chip: A Context Analysis", IEEE Communications Magazine, 2018. http://iacoma.cs.uiuc.edu/iacoma-papers/comm2018.pdf Challenges of Nano-communications within metamaterials. X. Timoneda, S. Abadal, A. Cabellos-Aparicio, D. Manessis, J. Zhou, A. Franques, J. Torrellas, E. Alarcon. “Millimeter-Wave Propagation within a Computer Chip Package”, In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2018. http://www.n3cat.upc.edu/papers/Millimeter-Wave_Propagation_within_a_Computer_Chip_Package.pdf Intelligent metasurfaces where unit cells communicate with each other and provide multiple functions. A. C. Tasolamprou, M. S. Mirmoosa, O. Tsilipakos, A. Pitilakis, F. Liu, S. Abadal, A. Cabellos-Aparicio, E. Alarcon, C. Liaskos, N. V. Kantartzis, S. Tretyakov, M. Kafesaki, E. N. Economou, C. M. Soukoulis, ''Intercell Wireless Communication in Software-defined Metasurfaces',' IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2018. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=8351865&isnumber=8350884 What functionalities can programmable metasurfaces provide? F. Liu, A. Pitilakis, M. S. Mirmoosa, O. Tsilipakos, X. Wang, A. C. Tasolamprou, S. Abadal, A. Cabellos-Aparicio, E. Alarcon, C. Liaskos, N. V. Kantartzis, M. Kafesaki, E. N. Economou, C. M. Soukoulis, S. Tretyakov, ''Programmable Metasurfaces: State of the Art and Prospects' IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2018. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=8351817&isnumber=8350884 Ultra-thin metasurfaces performing arbitrarily phase manipulation to broadband pulses. Odysseas Tsilipakos, Thomas Koschny, and Costas M. Soukoulis, “Antimatched Electromagnetic Metasurfaces for Broadband Arbitrary Phase Manipulation in Reflection”, ACS Photonics, 2018. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsphotonics.7b01415
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‘SuperTower’ can provide as much mobile coverage as 30 cell towers
 
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For story suggestions or custom animation requests, contact [email protected] Visit http://archive.nextanimationstudio.com to view News Direct’s complete archive of 3D news animations. RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN New technology could bring mobile broadband to millions of Americans living rural areas lacking internet connectivity. Massachusetts Institute of Technology spinoff Altaeros Energies told IEEE Spectrum magazine their blimp-based mobile broadband supertower platform is about 70 percent cheaper than normal broadband deployment. Floating at 250 meters, an autonomous aerostat carrying antennas and receivers is connected to a ground station by three tethers. One of these sends power and data to it. The supertower is able to observe weather conditions and reorient itself accordingly. Altaeros says one can provide as much coverage as 30 broadband cell towers. Future applications of the technology could see it being deployed to disaster areas while being towed behind a truck. The supertowers could also help reduce carbon emissions, as developing countries often use diesel generators to power cell phone towers. According to Altaeros, a supertower powered by a generator can provide coverage to an area that would require 20 to 30 generators if covered by cell phone towers. RUNDOWN SHOWS: 1. Depiction of SuperTower receiving data and power from ground station 2. Depiction of SuperTower monitoring weather and reorienting 3. Depiction of SuperTower in disaster-struck area VOICEOVER (in English): “Massachusetts firm Altaeros told IEEE Spectrum magazine their floating mobile broadband supertower platform is about 70 percent cheaper than normal broadband deployment.” “Floating at 250 meters, an autonomous aerostat carrying antennas and receivers is connected to a ground station by three tethers. One of these sends power and data to it.” “The supertower is able to observe weather conditions and reorient itself accordingly.” “ Altaeros says one can provide as much coverage as 30 broadband cell towers.” “Future applications of the technology could see it being deployed to disaster areas while being towed behind a truck.” SOURCES: IEEE Spectrum, NECN, Pew Research https://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/telecom/wireless/soaring-supertowers-to-bring-mobile-broadband-to-rural-areas https://www.necn.com/news/new-england/NH-Town-to-Test-Cell-Service-Blimp-478223613.html http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/03/05/some-americans-dont-use-the-internet-who-are-they/ *** For story suggestions please contact [email protected] For technical and editorial support, please contact: Asia: +61 2 93 73 1841 Europe: +44 20 7542 7599 Americas and Latam: +1 800 738 8377 ----------------------------------------­­---------------------------------------­-­---------------- Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com/trial/ To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com
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2018 IEEE 1584 Update – Introduction to the Changes - Jim Phillips / Brainfiller.com
 
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The Second Edition of IEEE 1584 – IEEE Guide for Arc Flash Hazard Calculations Studies was 16 years in the making. Sign up for the updates: https://brainfiller.com/updates/ In this 1-hour video, Jim Phillips takes you through the long history of what it took to develop the next edition including establishing a collaboration between IEEE and NFPA, creating a project team for the almost 2000 new arc flash tests, model and equation development and more. Arc Flash Hazard Calculation Studies guide: https://brainfiller.com/product/complete-guide-to-arc-flash-hazard-calculation-studies/ Watch the video and listen to Jim discuss the major changes, why they were made and what they mean. The changes include equations for five different electrode configurations, more choices for enclosure sizes, an enclosure correction factor calculation to adjust for specific enclosure sizes, and the grounded vs. ungrounded difference has been eliminated. An arcing current variation factor calculation is now used to determine the lower end of arcing short circuit current instead of using 85% as in the past. Each calculation is performed in 2 steps which includes an initial calculation based on one of three voltage options and a second calculation interpolating to the specific system voltage. The 125 kVA transformer exception was eliminated. Learn why and what has replaced it. What about the 2 second rule? Jim discusses all this and much more. Jim will be teaching his IEEE 1584 arc flash studies class beginning December of 2018 with many cities and dates in 2019. https://brainfiller.com/courses/how-to-perform-an-arc-flash-hazard-calculation-study-2-days/ His company Brainfiller.com is your source of electrical power, electrical safety and arc flash training as well as technical articles, videos and loads of helpful information. For almost 40 years, Jim has been helping tens of thousands of people around the world understand electrical power system design, analysis and safety. When it comes to arc flash and electrical safety, he is in the unique position of being in the leadership role of the major U.S. and International Standards including: • Vice Chair of IEEE 1584 – IEEE Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations • International Chairman – International Electrotechnical Commission IEC TC78 – Live Working • Steering Committee – IEEE/NFPA Arc Flash Collaborative Research Project. • Author of the book: Complete Guide to Arc Flash Hazard Calculation Studies • Contributing Editor for Multi Award Winning – Electrical Contractor Magazine • Founder of the internationally known website: ArcFlashForum.com Watch the video, learn about the changes and see for yourself, what Jim has to offer.
IEEE Computer Society publications
 
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The IEEE Computer Society produces 26 cutting-edge magazines and journals for the engineering professional. Our digital libraries are an excellent resource for both engineers and corporations.
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IEEE Empower a Billion Lives Tutorial @ PEDG 2018
 
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Video recording of the IEEE Empower a Billion Lives tutorial presented at the IEEE Power Electronics for Distributed Generation (PEDG) conference in June 25th 2018. The slides available here: http://empowerabillionlives.org/pdf/IEEE_EBL_Tutorial_PEDG_2018.pdf For more information visit www.empowerabillionlives.org
Illustration of Massive MIMO
 
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Massive MIMO has become a very hot topic and it may not be entirely clear to everyone what the benefits are of having massive number of antennas on a base station. With this video I try to (silently) visualize some key properties of massive MIMO and the origin of the large gains in spectral efficiency and energy efficiency. All in about two minutes. It does require some basic knowledge in wireless propagation/communication. The most important "take home" message of the video is that Massive MIMO beamforming is different from what is usually considered as beamforming. The beam is not a pencil beam pointing directly towards the user, but rather a much more complex beam pointing in many different directions. The first version of the video is a bit rough around the edges and does not contain any sound. These things may be corrected in a future release. For more details on Massive MIMO, you may want to read one of our papers: Massive MIMO for Next Generation Wireless Systems (IEEE Communications Magazine, 2014) http://lup.lub.lu.se/record/4305564/file/5323045.pdf, Scaling up MIMO: Opportunities and challenges with very large arrays (IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 2013) http://lup.lub.lu.se/record/2174140/file/5323005.pdf . Regards, Ove Edfors
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Internet: TCI - Show #4
 
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Rich talks about Internet Magazine online. We see Chuck's first Standard Column in IEEE Computer Magazine. Rich talks about usenet news, mail and other forms of communication. In the On the Road segment Rich visits Le Cafe Electronique in Montreal. Discussion of the Channelworks Modem. In the Internet Interview we meet Vern Ehlers, a US congressman - we talk about technology issues in the US Congress. We surf the Thomas service.
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Communication Theory & Systems:  JOHN M. CIOFFI
 
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ECE 293. DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS IN COMMUNICATION THEORY AND SYSTEMS JOHN M. CIOFFI PROFESSOR EMERITUS, STANFORD UNIVERSITY CHAIRMAN & CEO, ASSIA INC. Wi-5G NOVEMBER 26, 2018 Wi-5G Emerging 5G networks now, and next-generation 5+ networks will, emerge through leverage of all converging forms of connectivity, licensed wireless spectra, unlicensed frequency spectra, and the necessary supporting fiber/copper fixed-line infrastructure. A stunning eighty-plus percent of today’s mobile internet data traffic is off-loaded to Wi-Fi, which in turn is largely backhauled by copper or fiber access technologies. Millimeter-wave and Terahertz-band extensions will also see combinations of licensed and unlicensed spectra over more dense cells. This talk suggests that multiple dimensions of physical-layer connectivity and dynamic resource-management thereof will create challenges that may well define the true emergence of the future internet of everything connected will demand. Some basic trends and needs in each area will be reviewed, and some challenges suggested. BIO: John M. Cioffi – BSEE, 1978, Illinois; PhDEE, 1984, Stanford; Bell Laboratories, 1978-1984; IBM Research, 1984-1986; EE Prof., Stanford, 1986-present, now emeritus. Cioffi founded Amati Com. Corp in 1991 (purchased by TI in 1997) and was officer/director from 1991-1997. He currently also is on the Board of Directors of ASSIA (Chairman and CEO), Alto Beam, Tinoq, Collinear, and the Marconi Foundation, while serving several advisory boards. Cioffi’s specific interests are in high-performance digital transmission. Cioffi’s recognition includes: IEEE AG Bell, Kirchmayer, and Millenium Medals (2010, 2014, and 2000); Internet Hall of Fame (2014); Economist Magazine 2010 Innovations Award; International Marconi Fellow (2006); Member, US National and UK Royal Academies of Engineering (2001, 2009); IEEE Kobayashi and Armstrong Awards (2001 and 2013); BBWF Lifetime Achievement (2014), IEEE Fellow (1996); IEE JJ Tomson Medal (2000); 1991 and 2007 IEEE Comm. Mag. best paper; and numerous Conference Best-Paper awards. Cioffi has published over 600 papers and holds over 100 patents, of which many are heavily licensed including key necessary patents for the international standards in ADSL, VDSL, vectored VDSL, G.fast, DSM, LTE, Massive-MIMO, and various Wi-Fi methodologies.
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Seminário: Networking in the Big Data Era
 
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Prof. Nelson Fonseca IC/UNICAMP Networking in the Big Data Era The volume of data produced today is increasing to astronomical levels; such huge volumes of data are currently known as Big Data. Indeed, the recent introduction of smartphones and tablets, together with the widespread use of social networks, has even turned individuals into active sources of data. Facebook receives approximately 30 billion uploads every month, implying a daily generation of 10 terabytes (TB) of data, while Twitter generates more than 7 TB of data every single day. Equally important is the information generated by the use of 5 billion mobile phones worldwide. These realms of data must also be processed to transform them into useful information and discover hidden inter-data relationships. Today, we are on the verge of a new era, and advancement will depend crucially on our capacity for effective and efficient communication of such enormous quantities of data. In consonance, in this talk, I will discuss the major challenges for networking technology in the provisioning of communication in the emerging era of Big Data as well as Big Data can support the management of networks. Nelson Fonseca obtained his Ph.D degree from the University of Southern California in 1994. He is a Full Professor at the Institute of Computing, State University of Campinas, Brazil. He supervised 60+ graduate Thesis and published 350+ refereed papers on different topics such and multimedia service, traffic management and resource allocation in clouds and virtualized networks. He received the ComSoc Joseph Lo Cicero Award for Exemplary Services to Publications, the Medal of the Chancelor of the University of Pisa and the Elsevier Computer Network Journal Editor of Year 2001 award. He is an active member of the IEEE Communications. Currently, he serves as the ComSoc Vice President of Technical and Educational Activities and served as VP Publications, VP Member Relations, Director for Conference Development, Director of Latin America Region and Director of On-line Services. He is past EiC of the IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials and a Senior Editor for the IEEE Communications Magazine.
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Advanced Networks Colloquium: Andrea Goldsmith, "The Road Ahead for Wireless Technology"
 
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Friday, March 11, 2016 11:00 a.m. 1146 AV Williams Building The Advanced Networks Colloquium The Road Ahead for Wireless Technology: Dreams and Challenges Andrea Goldsmith Stephen Harris Professor Department of Electrical Engineering Stanford University Abstract Wireless technology has enormous potential to change the way we live, work, and play. Future wireless networks will support Gigabit per second multimedia communication between people and devices with high reliability and uniform coverage indoors and out. Software will create a virtual wireless network cloud, enabling resource management, seamless connectivity, and roaming across heterogeneous access networks, including WiFi and cellular systems. Wireless technology will also enable smart and energy-efficient homes and buildings, automated highways and skyways, and in-body networks for analysis and treatment of medical conditions. The shortage of spectrum will be alleviated by advances in cognitive radios, and breakthrough energy-efficiency algorithms and hardware will be employed to make wireless systems “green”. There are many technical challenges that must be overcome in order to make this vision a reality. This talk will describe what the wireless future might look like and some of the innovations and breakthroughs that are required to realize this vision. Biography Andrea Goldsmith is the Stephen Harris professor in the School of Engineering and a professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. She was previously on the faculty of Electrical Engineering at Caltech. She co-founded and served as CTO of both Wildfire.Exchange, which develops software-defined wireless network technology, and of Quantenna Communications Inc., which develops high-performance ultra-reliable WiFi chipsets. She has previously held industry positions at Maxim Technologies, Memorylink Corporation, and AT&T Bell Laboratories. Dr. Goldsmith is a Fellow of the IEEE and of Stanford, and she has received several awards for her work, including the IEEE Communications Society and Information Theory Society joint paper award, the IEEE Communications Society Best Tutorial Paper Award, the National Academy of Engineering Gilbreth Lecture Award, the IEEE Communication Theory Technical Committee Recognition Award, the IEEE Wireless Communications Technical Committee Recognition Award, the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, and the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal’s Women of Influence Award. She is author of the book ``Wireless Communications'' and co-author of the books ``MIMO Wireless Communications'' and “Principles of Cognitive Radio,” all published by Cambridge University Press. She received the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from U.C. Berkeley. Dr. Goldsmith served on the Steering Committee for the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, and has previously served as editor for the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, the Journal on Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information Theory and in Networks, the IEEE Transactions on Communications, and the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine. Dr. Goldsmith participates actively in committees and conference organization for the IEEE Information Theory and Communications Societies and has served on the Board of Governors for both societies. She has been a Distinguished Lecturer for both societies, served as the President of the IEEE Information Theory Society in 2009, founded and chaired the student committee of the IEEE Information Theory society, and chaired the Emerging Technology Committee of the IEEE Communications Society. At Stanford she received the inaugural University Postdoc Mentoring Award, served as Chair of its Faculty Senate and as an elected member for multiple terms, and currently serves on its Budget Group and Task Force on Women and Leadership.
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Why to Join IEEE ?
 
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IEEE VIT Pune SB Join the IEEE which is spread over 150 countries worldwide - the world's largest technical society. Benefits of IEEE Membership: * IEEE.tv-internet broadcasting network delivering special-interest programming on technology and engineering * IEEE Spectrum Magazine - 12 monthly issues (print) and online * The Institute Newsletter - 12 monthly issues (4 print, 8 online) * IEEE Potentials Magazine - 6 issues (online) * IEEE Xplore Digital Library - table-of-contents and abstracts (1.2-milliondocuments) * What's New @ IEEE - free newsletter with 10 topics to choose from * IEEE Email Alias - with virus protection and spam filtering * ShopIEEE Discounts - up to 50% off IEEE products * Technical Chapters - engage with others through informative technical meetings * Scholarships - IEEE scholarships offer student members thousands of dollars every year Other Benefits of IEEE Membership: * Access to the industry's most essential technical information * Networking opportunities * Career development tools (the IEEE Job Site and career publications) * Many other exclusive benefits * Plus it looks great on your CV as it shows that you're serious about professional development.
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IEEE TIAR 2017 Promo 1
 
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Technological Innovations in ICT for Agriculture and Rural Development(TIAR)2017 serves as a forum to promote the exchange of the latest advances in Information Communication and Technologies for Agriculture and Rural Development from both the research and development perspectives. Authors are invited to submit a full paper in IEEE standard format.All accepted and presented papers will be submitted to IEEEXplore (ISBN 978-1-5090-4437-5) for publication. We solicit high-quality original research papers (including significant work-in-progress) describing original, previously unpublished results in all areas of theory and practice of Information Communication and Technologies for Agriculture and Rural Development. Relevant topics include but are not limited to: ICT in Agriculture Smart Farming Systems Environmental Sustainability Improvising Outcome of Agriculture Investment in developing countries Improving Governance of Natural and Renewable Resources in India Promising Approaches and Challenges ahead in Agriculture Agriculture Machinery ICT for Rural Development Communication networks for Rural Development Role of Demographics for Rural Development Addressing Rural Challenges in India Research and New Technology Options for Agriculture and Rural Development For further details visit: http://www.ieeetiar.com/ Video courtesy: Dharun Selvan, Kalyanasundaram, Bharathwaj Editing Courtesy: Sethupathi M.
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Smart Medicine Box - (Smart medicine-box for elderly people) - Android Speaker app
 
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Respect the Unstable
 
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An understanding of fundamental limitations is an essential element in all engineering. Shannon's early results on channel capacity have always had center court in signal processing. Strangely, the early results of Bode were not accorded the same attention in control. It was therefore highly appropriate that the IEEE Control Systems Society created the Bode Lecture Award, an honor which also came with the duty of delivering a lecture. Gunter Stein gave the first Hendrik W. Bode Lecture at the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control in Tampa, Florida, in December 1989. In his lecture he focused on Bode's important observation that there are fundamental limitations on the achievable sensitivity function expressed by Bode's integral. Gunter has a unique position in the controls community because he combines the insight derived from a large number of industrial applications at Honeywell with long experience as an influential adjunct professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1977 to 1996. In his lecture, Gunter also emphasized the importance of the interaction between instability and saturating actuators and the consequences of the fact that control is becoming increasingly mission critical. After more than 13 years I still remember Gunter's superb lecture. I also remember comments from young control scientists who had been brought up on state-space theory who said: "I believed that controllability and observability were the only things that mattered." At Lund University we made Gunter's lecture a key part of all courses in control system design. Gunter was brought into the classroom via videotapes published by the IEEE Control Systems Society and the written lecture notes. It was a real drawback that the lecture was not available in more archival form. I am therefore delighted that IEEE Control Systems Magazine is publishing this article. I sincerely hope that this will be followed by a DVD version of the videotape. The lecture is like really good wine; it ages superbly. — Karl J Åström, Professor Emeritus, Lund University, Lund, Sweden (2003) http://ethw.org/Archives:Respect_the_Unstable
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Time Sensitive Networking  - the Future of Real-time  Communication | Electronics Weekly
 
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TSN is a set of an emerging standards by the IEEE created to add determinism and robustness to standard Ethernet. TSN adds a shared understanding and synchronization of time as well as mechanisms to let different traffic classes (e.g. best effort vs. scheduled) reliably and robustly share a single wire. TSN scales across transmission speed so it works with 100Mbit/s as well as it works with 1GBit/s. Twitter Handle: @ADI_News Facebook:@AnalogDevicesInc LinkedIN: Analog Devices Website: http://www.analog.com
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Future, Flexible Hybrid Wireless/Optical Networks
 
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The wireless and optical domains are being driven closer together, especially as cell sizes get smaller and coordinated transmission techniques become possible. In this interview, Dr. Leonid Kazovsky, Professor (Research) of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, discusses future network architecture and the integration between optical and wireless technology. Prof. Leonid G. Kazovsky joined Stanford University in 1990. He founded Photonics and Networking Research Laboratory (PNRL) at Stanford University and leads PNRL since establishing it in 1990. PNRL team includes some fifteen researchers focused on green (energy efficient) optical/wireless access and in-building networks. Prior to joining Stanford, Prof. Kazovsky was with Bellcore doing research on coherent, WDM, high-speed and other advanced optical fiber communication systems (later, Bellcore changed its name to Telcordia, and was acquired by Ericsson). Prof. Kazovsky's research of coherent optical systems at that time resulted in what is widely considered key foundations of modern coherent systems. While on Bellcore assignments or Stanford sabbaticals, Prof. Kazovsky worked at the Heinrich Hertz Institute, Berlin, Germany; Hewlett-Packard Research Laboratories, Bristol, England; Technical University of Eindhoven, Eindhoven, the Netherland; Scuola Superiore St. Anne, Pisa, Italy; Danish Technical University, Copenhagen, Denmark; and Acreo, Stockholm, Sweden. Through research contracts, consulting engagements, and other arrangements, Prof. Kazovsky worked with many industrial companies and U.S. Government agencies including Corning, Alcatel-Lucent, Sprint, DT, Huawei, DEC, GTE, AT&T, IVP, Lucent, Hitachi, KDD, Furukawa, Fujitsu, Optivision, and Perimeter on the industrial side; and NSF, DARPA, Air Force, Navy, Army, and BMDO on the government side. He also worked extensively with many leading VCs and intellectual property law firms. Prof. Kazovsky serves or served on Editorial Boards of leading journals (IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Wireless Networks) and on Program Committees of leading conferences (OFC, CLEO, LEOS, SPIE, and GLOBECOM). He also served as a reviewer for various IEEE and IEE Transactions, Proceedings, and Journals; funding agencies (NSF, OFC, ERC, NRC, etc.) and publishers (Wiley, MacMillan, etc.). Recently, Prof. Kazovsky organized several workshops on hybrid optical/wireless networks at OFC and WCNC; he also co-edited a Special Issue of the IEEE Network Magazine on Next Generation Optical Access Networks. Prof. Kazovsky authored or co-authored three books, three book chapters, fifty five invited journal papers and invited conference talks, some 200 journal technical papers, and some 300 conference papers. His latest book, Broadband Optical Access Networks, was published by John Wiley & Sons in 2011. Prof. Kazovsky is a Fellow of IEEE and a Fellow of OSA.
Advanced Networks Colloquium: Urbashi Mitra, Queues and Bacteria---a Tale of Modeling and Experiment
 
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Advanced Networks Colloquium: Urbashi Mitra, Queues and Bacteria---a Tale of Modeling and Experiment Friday, April 22, 2016 11:00 a.m. 1146 AV Williams Building The Advanced Networks Colloquium Queues and Bacteria---a Tale of Modeling and Experiment Urbashi Mitra Dean's Professor Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Computer Science University of Southern California Lecture: 11:00 am, 1146 AV Williams Roundtable: 3:30 pm, 2168 AV Williams Abstract Microbial communities play a significant role in bioremediation, plant growth promotion, human and animal digestion, disease, elemental cycles, the carbon-cycle and maintaining clean water. While the diffusion of chemical signals in the surrounding medium of biological systems has been heavily studied, the role of such processes is not fully understood in certain bacterial interactions. Furthermore, the electron transfer mechanism occurring in living cells and its role in cell-cell interaction is less understood. In this talk, two bacterial network case studies are examined: electron transfer in bacterial filaments (multi-hopped bacterial networks) and the inducement of quorum sensing in homogeneous populations (multi-terminal bacterial networks). Queuing theory is shown to be a simple, yet powerful method by which such systems can be modeled. Our initial models provide excellent match with experimental data. The queuing theoretic models further suggest biologically relevant channel models for information theoretic analysis of larger systems. The eventual goal is to couple modeling with experiment to optimize the design of microbial systems whether that be fuel cells or preventing infection. Biography Urbashi Mitra received the B.S. and the M.S. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and her Ph.D. from Princeton University. Prior to her PhD studies, she was a Member of Technical Staff at Bellcore. After a six-year stint at the Ohio State University (OSU), she joined the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, where she is currently a Dean’s Professor of Electrical Engineering. She is the inaugural Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological and Multi-scale Communications. Dr. Mitra is a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Communications Society for 2015-2016. She is a member of the IEEE Information Theory Society's Board of Governors (2002- 2007, 2012-2017) and the IEEE Signal Processing Society’s Technical Committee on Signal Processing for Communications and Networks (2012-2016). Dr. Mitra is a Fellow of the IEEE. She is the recipient of: a 2015 Insight Magazine STEM Diversity Award, 2012 Globecom Signal Processing for Communications Symposium Best Paper Award, 2012 US National Academy of Engineering Lillian Gilbreth Lectureship, USC Center for Excellence in Research Fellowship (2010- 2013), the 2009 DCOSS Applications & Systems Best Paper Award, Texas Instruments Visiting Professor (Fall 2002, Rice University), 2001 Okawa Foundation Award, 2000 OSU College of Engineering Lumley Award for Research, 1997 OSU College of Engineering MacQuigg Award for Teaching, and a 1996 National Science Foundation CAREER Award. She has been/is an Associate Editor for the following IEEE publications: Transactions on Signal Processing (2012--2015), Transactions on Information Theory (2007-2011), Journal of Oceanic Engineering (2006-2011), and Transactions on Communications (1996-2001). She has co-chaired: (technical program) 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory in Honolulu, HI, 2014 IEEE Information Theory Workshop in Hobart, Tasmania, IEEE 2012 International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications, Bangalore India, and the IEEE Communication Theory Symposium at ICC 2003 in Anchorage, AK; and was the general co-chair for the first ACM Workshop on Underwater Networks at Mobicom 2006, Los Angeles, CA. She served as co- Director of the Communication Sciences Institute at the University of Southern California from 2004-2007. Her research interests are in: wireless communications, communication and sensor networks, biological communication systems, detection and estimation and the interface of communication, sensing and control.
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