IEEE Short Course: Advanced Optimal Control Theory for Engineers Professor Ilya Ioslovich presents a short course on Advanced Optimal Control Theory for Engineers at the following dates and times: Tuesday, 6th December - 16:00 - 18:00 Wednesday, 7th December - 14:00 - 14:00 Thursday 8th December - 14:00 - 16:00 Short Course: Advanced Optimal [...]
The IEEE EMC Society, United Kingdom and Ireland Chapter Technical Seminar - in conjunction with the IEEE Circuits & Systems, and Instrumentation & Measurements Chapters Technical Seminar Agenda 13:30 - Welcome - Brian Jones EMC Chapter Chair 13.35 - A Sensor Network for Automated Forest Fire Detection and Fighting - Professor Izzet Kale, Head of Department of Engineering, [...]
IEEE Conference: Optimal Control Theory applications in Civil Engineering Professor Ilya Ioslovich presents a conference: Optimal Control Theory applications in Civil Engineering. Syllabus: General problem in optimal control theory Transformations of the optimal processes. Lagrange multipliers Krotov’s lemma and the Bellman-Krotov sufficient conditions Pontryagin’s maximum principle Boundary constraints and the transversality conditions Sliding modes [...]
EEEL620 Analog Microelectronics Presentations from IEEE student membersYour Content Goes Here The IEEE University of Westminster Student Branch & Circuit and Systems Society Student Chapter and IEEE UK & Ireland Section are pleased to host the EEEL620 analog microelectronics presentations from IEEE student members. TOPIC: Capacitive touch sensing technology and its application Presenters: P. [...]
Creativity and Innovation in Science and Technology - The life of an Inventor by Nelson Guilherme Bardini The talk will cover the following: Introduction: short biography including early scientific experimentation and commentary on the toys and inventions of his childhood and youth. Professional life: Using ingenium in engineering, facing situations that encourage creativity to [...]
With more upcoming frequency bands used for wireless communication, there is a growing need for transmitters and receivers that can operate at different frequencies in a flexible way. By abandoning the classical narrowband approach, new receiver architectures are explored in which noise and interferer robustness problems have to be solved. In this presentation, several circuit and system techniques will be illustrated that may enable future radio systems, for example: thermal noise cancelling, N-path filters, recent developments in RF channel selective receivers as well as beamforming techniques.
The UK Circuits and Systems (UKCAS) workshop provides ample opportunities for knowledge exchange, networking and explore joint collaborations between researchers and academic participants from UK and Ireland universities through lectures, poster presentation and discussions covering various areas in the supply chain of the emerging wearable technologies.
The 9th IET International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-19) aims to create an important networking forum in which participants can discuss the present and future of image-based technologies for crime detection and prevention.
The IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME) is the flagship multimedia conference sponsored by four IEEE societies and aims at promoting exchange of the latest advances in multimedia technologies, systems, and applications from both the research and development perspectives of the circuits and systems, communications, computer, and signal processing communities.
The presentation discusses the role of Universities and Research Centres in societies where the primary production resource is knowledge