IEEE Atlanta PES Seminar – Fault Induced Delayed Voltage Recovery and the Effects on the Power Grid. – ATLANTA PE31 CHAPTER on 01-April-2015

At our first seminar seminar of the year, we will be honored to have Mr. Mark Halpin, Ph.D and Mr. Manish Patel, Ph.D., P.E. discussing Fault Induced Delayed Voltage Recovery. The seminar will be held at Georgia Power Company in the Kilowatt Room on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 starting at 9:00am. The seminar check-in time will start at 9:00am and will… Read more

IEEE EMBS Atlanta Distinguished Lecture: Biomedical Big Data Analytics for Patient-Centric and Outcome-Driven Health Care – ATLANTA EMB18 CHAPTER on 22-April-2015

Please join us for the Spring meeting of the Atlanta Chapter of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS).  We will be hosting Distinguished Lecturer May Wang speaking on the topic of “Biomedical Big Data Analytics for Patient-Centric and Outcome-Driven Health Care.”  Dinner will be provided.

Congestion Management in 5G Mobile Systems – ATLANTA COM19 CHAPTER on 13-March-2015

In addition to the support of increased peak bit rates, higher spectrum spectral efficiency, and better coverage, 5G mobile systems are required to be scalable, supporting potential numbers of diverse connectable devices, including Machine Type Communications (MTC) devices, and handling mobile traffic 1000 times larger than the current one. Coping with such an ever-increasing mobile… Read more

Comprehensive State Inference for Cognitive Radio Networks – ATLANTA COM19 CHAPTER on 30-April-2015

Spectrum sensing is a critical prerequisite in envisioned applications of wireless cognitive radio (CR) networks, which promise to resolve the perceived bandwidth scarcity versus under-utilization dilemma. This talk presents recent advances for comprehensive situation awareness at the PHY of CR networks by capitalizing on the novel notion of spatio-temporal RF cartography, which amounts to constructing… Read more