2014

Date: 21-January-2016 Time: 06:00PM to 08:00PM (2.00 hours) AT&T Labs Room Number: #220 Presenter: Dr. Chin-Liang Chang, President of Nicesoft Corporation Abstract: As technology advances, we need to build “Massively Parallel Array Processors” to tackle hard Artificial Intelligence problems such as Visual Recognition, Natural Language Processing (NLS), and Robotics. In this presentation, I will point […]

2014

IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting An Update on UHD Technology Evaluation Speakers: Mr. Pierre Costa Lead Member of Technical Staff, AT&T Dec 18, 2014, 6:30–9 pm Abstract: Beyond being the hottest buzzword in the business, 4K or UHD is a breakthrough technology that’s shaking up the industry and rewriting the rulebook on image resolution and quality. A 4K image […]

2014

IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting Software Defined Networking: Why, When, Where, and How Co-Sponsor: CASPA Speakers:  Prof. Ying-Dar Lin, National Chiao Tung University and Director of Network Benchmarking Lab (NBL), Taipei, Taiwan Dec. 12, 2014, 6:30–9 pm Abstract: The first wave of cloud computing was to centralize and virtualize servers into the clouds, with a phenomenal result. […]

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IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting Engineers and Government Speaker: Mr. Len Hause, Diplomacy Fellow and President of MashBrain LLC Nov 20, 2014, 6–8 pm Abstract: As more of the analog world is being converted, analyzed and controlled via the digital domain, the role of the engineer is expanding as well. They face new challenges of scale, […]

2014

IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting Next Generation Data and Systems for Utilities Speaker: Bob Knox, The Structure Group Oct 16, 2014, 6–8 pm Bob Knox is the Historian and Asset Analytics lead with Structure’s Energy Management and Control Systems consulting practice. He has over 17 years’ experience in the North American energy and utility industry, including […]

2014

IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting Big Data, Cyber-Biological Systems, and Pattern Recognition Speaker: Choudur K. Lakshminarayan, Principal Scientist, HP Software Research Sep 25, 2014, 6–8 pm Abstract: The Internet of Things deals with connectivity among physical devices known as cyber-physical systems. The trend in healthcare is cyber-biological systems where devices outside and implanted in the human […]

2014

IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting ZPEG video compression technology – How it can be monetized? Speaker:Dr. Raymond Westwater, President Futureware, LLC Aug 21, 2014, 6–8 pm Abstract: Video compression is a mathematically complex subject where solutions require years of research and thousands of hours of development time – to arrive at prototype solutions. New contributions must […]

2014

IoT – IP Video Surveillance – Fawzi Behmann 07-17-14 IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting IP video surveillance – an irreversible trend for the future Speaker:Dr Fawzi Behmann, Founder of TelNet Management July 17, 2014, 6–8 pm Abstract: Advancement in Signal & Communications processing technologies have fueled the emergence, deployment and growth of Video Surveillance solutions and […]

2014

IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting “Measuring the Immeasurable: How geospatial technologies are changing the way we understand disaster risks and community vulnerability” Dr. Tarek Rashed, Chief Scientist and President, GSAREH LLC June 19, 2014, 6-8 p.m. Abstract: Assessing risks from and vulnerability to disasters can generally be regarded as an ill-structured problem. Many of current risk […]

2014

IEEE Austin COMSOC/SP Meeting  “Heterogeneous Computing: Promises and Challenges” Speaker:Dr. Peter. J. Zievers, Chief Technical Officer at Xcelemor, Inc May 22, 2014, 6-8 p.m. Abstract: The user community benefits from heterogeneous computing technologies today more than ever. These benefits include vastly improved per-function performance at a fraction of the power consumption compared to comparable software […]