2016 Rochester Section Joint Chapters Meeting

When:
April 19, 2016 @ 4:00 pm – April 19, 2016 @ 9:30 pm America/New York Timezone
2016-04-19T16:00:00-04:00
2016-04-19T21:30:00-04:00
Where:
City: Rochester
Contact:
MAILTO:dgkite@rit.edu

 

The IEEE Rochester Section will be hosting a joint meeting for all IEEE chapters on April 19, 2016 that is open to the general public. The meeting will feature a keynote presentation and two parallel sessions with technical presentations from different chapters and societies. Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet and network with people from all engineering disciplines and to learn more about the activities of the different IEEE chapters and societies in the Rochester area. The technical sessions are free to attend. Reservations are required to attend the dinner and keynote presentation.  

Please come back to this site for any updates on the JCM.   Join us at one our outstanding yearly events – Registration for the technical presentations is not required.

However, if you wish to attend what looks to be a truly spectacular keynote presentation, please register early for the dinner.   

Dinner Reservations Required (Fee increases after April 12, 2016).  No charge for attending technicalpresentations. LAST DAY FOR DINNER RESERVATIONS IS APRIL 18, 2016

Register on-line at  https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/38320 (pay-pal accepted) 

Discount Fee until April 12th: $25.00 (IEEE Member or IEEE Member significant other), $30.00(Non-member)

 $10.00 (IEEE Student Member), $10.00 (Full-Time StudentNon-member), $20 (IEEE Fellow or Senior Member)

Dinner between April 13 & April 18: $30.00 (IEEE Member or IEEE Member significant other), $40.00(Non-members), $15.00 (IEEE Student Member), $15.00 (StudentNon-member), $15 (IEEE Fellow or Senior Member)

Speaker(s): Barry Silverstein,

Agenda:

CHAPTER TECHNICAL SESSION  I        (4:30 – 5:30 PM)

Chapter

Title

Presenter

Product Safety Engineering*

Safety in Railway Control Systems

Kenneth Jackson

Geoscience and Remote Sensing*

LANDSAT 8 Thermal IR Sensor (TIRS) Stray Light Correction Algorithm Dvlpmnt & Assessment

Dr. Aaron Gerace

Communications/Aerospace and Electronic Systems

Data Mining in the IoT era: practical examples and a peek into future developments

Professor Michele Rossi

Engineering in Medicine & Biology

Rethinking Computing in Healthcare: Implications for Intervention

Dr. David R. Holmes III

Life

  1. Keeping engaged with the community as a Life member: RES’s tutoring team at the Dr. Walter Cooper Academy
  2. STEM Concepts

Lee Loomis

Jon Kriegel

CHAPTER TECHNICAL SESSION  II    (5:30 – 6:30 PM)

                 Chapter

Title

Presenter

Antennas & Propagation/Microwave Theory* Techniques

Plasmonic Enhancement of Graphene Heterostructure Based Terahertz Detectors

Dr. Vladimir Mitin

Signal Processing Society*

Computational Electrical Imaging of the Heart

Dr. Linwei Wang

Awards

IEEE Senior Member Information

Jean Kendrick

Photonics

Next Generation Photovoltaics: The Need for Photonics Integration

Michael Slocum, PhD

Technology & Engineering Management Society

  1. American Invents Act – What you need to know
  2. Do Rules and Rulings matter to an Inventor?

George Blasiak, JD

Joe Manico

CHAPTER POSTER SESSION (5:30 – 7:00 PM)

 Local research will be on display for interactive Q/A.  Best student poster prize of $100.

*PDH Credit approved (check back for updates)

Location:
Bldg: RIT Inn & Conference Center
5257 W. Henrietta Road
Rochester, New York
14467