IEEE Nanotechnology Seminar (Hybrid) | Electron Transport in Discontinuous Metal Thin Films by Emeritus Prof James E Morris The presentation will review the conventional model  but will then move on to a review of the experimental discrepancies that cannot be explained by that model . These discrepancies can all be resolved by [...]
IEEE Future Networks presents two IEEE Distinguished Lectures; Recent Advances in Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access in 6G Wireless Networks by Prof Zhiguo Ding, University of Manchester & Rate-Splitting Multiple Access for 6G by Prof Bruno Clerckx, Imperial College London.
This talk will review the main biometric traits and the techniques supporting biometric identification and behaviour analysis. Professor Vincenzo Piuri, IEEE Region 8 Director, will discuss Biometric Systems Design in more detail in follow up events on July 13th and July 18th. This is a public lecture, all IEEE members and those who are interested in learning about biometric technologies and applications are welcome to attend this event.
This talk will focus the attention on the overall system design approach for biometric-based applications as well as on the use of artificial intelligence for implementing flexible biometric solutions.
IEEE ProComm, the annual conference for IEEE Professional Communication Society, brings together stakeholders with a broad range of interests in technical writing and communication from engineering, research, and academia.
This talk will review the main opportunities offered by biometric technologies to support a broad variety of applications. Trends and future challenges and research will also be analysed.
This talk will present recent work on a plasmonic nanogap sensor that has demonstrated single-molecule Raman detection of all 20 proteinogenic amino acids.
Fifth International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Communications Engineering 2022 (iCCECE '22) is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE United Kingdom and Ireland Section and will draw together researchers and developers from academia and industry.
The panel discuss the current and future direction of wired and wireless communications technologies, their supporting standardisation activities, and their requirements.
The "Women's Roles in Digital Era" webinar will give insight on how professional female engineers can lead and significantly contribute to the digital era, tell us the challenges they might face and how to overcome them to succeed in the digital world.