Remembering Brad Elker, 1938-2018

  We are saddened at the passing of Bradford Elker, a Life Senior Member of the IEEE, and a volunteer in the CT Section Ex Com for many years.  More details on services for Brad can be found at:   http://www.georgejsmithandson.com/book-of-memories/3453282/Elker-Bradford/service-details.php

Control / Industry Applications / Robotics and Automation recipient of 2018 RAS Chapter of the Year!

An announcement from Ray Zeitler: Our joint chapter of Control / Industry Applications / Robotics and Automation has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 RAS Chapter of the Year Award from the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS).  This prestigious award will be presented at the upcoming International Conference on Robotics and Automation… Read more

AGM Summary

Last night, the IEEE Connecticut Section AGM dinner was held at Carbone’s Restaurant in Hartford. The turnout was very good, thank-you to everyone who came: the night is only as good as our members make it. Recognition and Awards Before we heard our after-dinner speaker, Rowena Track, we recognized members of the Section. John Gallichotte Long-time… Read more

Smart RFIC: Millimeter-wave Gigabit Transceivers with Digitally-enabled Built-in Self-calibration and Auto-switching Functions

Start Date/Time: Wednesday, Sept 6, 2017 4-5PM Location: UTRC 411 Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT Speaker: TIAN-WEI HUANG, IEEE MTTS DML , tihuang@ntu.edu.tw Topic: Smart RFIC: Millimeter-wave Gigabit Transceivers with Digitally-enabled Built-in Self-calibration and Auto-switching Functions Abstract: In our daily life, we have smart phones, smart TVs, or even auto-pilot smart cars in the future…. Read more

[JOIN US] Sensor Networks on Civil Structures | Dr. Andy Chae

WHEN:  Monday, December 5, 11am-1pm WHERE: Central Connecticut State University at Nicolaus Copernicus Hall Room 157 Wireless Sensor Network on Civil Structures This presentation will discuss the first and the largest wireless sensor deployment case on a large suspension bridge. Long span bridges must endure the strong wind load, heavy trucks, and trailers. Thus it… Read more