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May 2022

IEEE Distinguished Lecture – “Infrared detector applications for safe and healthy living” by Prof. Unil Perera

Infrared detectors and imaging systems are becoming increasingly important in a diverse range of astronomic, military, and civilian applications. In recent years, this field has gained significant attention while incorporating various material combinations and architectures into detector designs with a strong focus on applicability into clinical domains. Here, we will discuss some of our detector structures, their results, and our latest work on disease detection. Our study of the biomedical application of infrared includes exploration of an Affordable, Sensitive, Specific,…

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June 2022

Annual meeting of IEEE NTC Montreal section and INRS NTSC

Annual meeting of IEEE NTC Montreal section and INRS NTSC: Plan the activities for this year and enhance the communities between the executive board members 1650, boulevard Lionel Boulet Varennes (Québec) , Varennes , Quebec, Canada, J3X 1P7

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Séminaire en gestion des trames de transport MPEG.

Le format de trame de transport MPEG c’est quoi : c’est le format de transport le plus utilisé pour le porter du signal vidéo en format compressé, ils comportent de nombreux avantages et sa flexibilité a permis son adoption sur de nombreux systèmes : DVB-T, ATSC, Open Cable et bren d’autre. Cette formation brossera un tableau clair des caracteristiques et applications de ce format de transport Speaker(s): Guy Bouchard, Agenda: - Le format Trame de transport c’est quoi? - Format…

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IEEE Distinguished Lecture – “Quantum wells in Nanowires for Optoelectronic Applications: Materials and Devices” by Prof. Lan Fu

Abstract : III-V compound semiconductor nanowires (NWs) have drawn much attention as nanoscale building blocks for integrated photonics/optoelectronics due to their nanoscale size, excellent optical properties and effectiveness in strain relaxation enabling the monolithic growth on lattice-mismatched substrates. In particular, NWs grown by selective area epitaxy technique have many advantages such as controllability of their size and position, high uniformity in diameter and length, as well as complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) process compatibility, facilitating their integration with other electronic devices. With…

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Standards IEEE: Comment participer à leur développement afin d’améliorer la compatibilité et la compétitivité de nouveaux produits

(https://meet.google.com/cje-tknq-ats) M. Éric Thibodeau, ingénieur en automatismes chez Hydro-Québec et membre IEEE, participe activement au développement de standards utilisés dans la transmission et la distribution de l’énergie depuis plus de 10 ans, dont (https://standards.ieee.org/ieee/1686/7207/) qui définit des requis de cyber sécurité pour les appareils utilisés dans les postes électriques. La participation au développement de nouveaux standards est une opportunité de définir les "régles du jeu" pour le développement de nouvelles technologies et applications. Dans le cadre de cette conférence, M.…

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Resilience and Security of Networked Control Systems (With Applications to Autonomous Multi-Agent Systems)

The Montreal Chapters of the IEEE Control Systems (CS) and Systems, Man & Cybernetics (SMC) cordially invite you to attend the following in-person talk, to be given by Dr. Mohammad Pirani, research assistant professor with the Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering, University of Waterloo, on Friday, June 10th, 2022, at 10:00 AM. Speaker(s): Dr. Mohammad Pirani, Room: EV002.260, Bldg: EV Building, Concordia University , Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 1M8

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Accounting for the interaction of immunology, epidemiology, evolution, and biophysical processes in Covid-19 mathematical models

Generally speaking, immunology, epidemiology, evolution, and biophysical processes related to pathogen transmission interact in the context of disease control. Particularly for emerging pathogens such as SARS-CoV-2, minimal data availability combined with modeling / dynamical uncertainties can make correctly accounting for these factors in population-level disease models challenging. In this talk, we will present a minimal conceptual modeling framework for Covid-19 to study these interactions. Using this framework, we will focus on three primary topics: the impact of the strength and…

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IEEE Distinguished Lecture – “New possibilities in nitride photonics exploiting porosity” by Prof. Rachel A. Oliver

Abstract : Porous semiconducting nitrides are effectively a new class of semiconducting material, with properties distinct from the monolithic nitride layers from which devices from light emitting diodes (LEDs) to high electron mobility transistors are increasingly made. The introduction of porosity provides new opportunities to engineer a range of properties including refractive index, thermal and electrical conductivity, stiffness and piezoelectricity. Quantum structures may be created within porous architectures and novel composites may be created via the infiltration of other materials…

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Vancouver TALK 8: Celebrating the Trans Canada Microwave System

IEEE Vancouver Life Members Affinity Group This is another of the talk sessions that invite Members to express/describe their experiences to their fellow engineers. It will continue monthly on the third Saturday. 9:00 AM P.D.T. You can log in at 8:45 AM. All IEEE members are welcome, especially those Life Members that don't have a local Affinity Group. Registration is optional, but we want to know who intends to listen in. IEEE Milestone plaques for the TCMS will be placed…

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Toward to “Lighting 4.0” era – The “Right Smart Lighting” Challenge

During the last decade, SSLs-Solid-State Lighting based on components like LEDs, OLEDs and LDs, challenges conventional technologies. In particular, LED has turned into a game changer beating the conventional technologies in all aspects. It is therefore anticipated that in short term, all of electric lighting will be based on SSLs. Today, SSLs proceed to the projected conclusion: replacing all legacy technologies, this is a major change in the lighting market that is considered as a revolution. Artificial light production absorbs…

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