2017 Rochester Section Joint Chapters Meeting

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The IEEE Rochester Section is having its joint meeting for all IEEE chapters on April 5th, 2017 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 for IEEE members. Reservations are required to attend the dinner and keynote presentation.  Please come back to this site for 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.   

Registration

  • Dinner Reservations are required (Fee increases after March 20th, 2017).
  • No charge for attending technical presentations for IEEE Members.
  • LAST DAY FOR DINNER RESERVATIONS IS MARCH 31, 2017

Regular Registration extended to April 5th!:

  • $30.00 (IEEE Member or IEEE Member significant other), $25 (IEEE Fellow or Senior Member)
  • $15.00 (IEEE Student Member), $20.00 (Student Non-members)
  • $40.00 (Non-members)


  Date and Time

  Location

  Contact

  Registration



  • Louise Slaughter Hall
  • 78 Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Rochester, New York
  • United States 14623
  • Building: RIT Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies Conference Center
  • Room Number: Building 78

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  • Starts 01 February 2017 12:00 AM
  • Ends 05 April 2017 11:59 PM
  • All times are US/Eastern
  • Admission fee ?
  • Register


  Speakers

Rick Fremming
Rick Fremming of New York Power Authority

Topic:

Robert Moses Niagara Falls Hydroelectric Plant

Biography:

Rick’s role is to monitor and support the safe, reliable and efficient operation of 13 hydro generators (225 MVA each), 12 pump generators, 20 billion gallon reservoir & 21 transmission lines. He is also responsible for troubleshooting these systems and finding engineering solutions. He has been with the New York Power Authority (NYPA) for 18 years.

Address:New York, United States





Agenda

4:00 – 4:30 PM  REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS      

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

    Room 2120  CS-CIS         “A Vision for Human-Centered Cybersecurity” by Dr. M. Wright

    Room 2130  GRSS            “Multi-modal unmanned aerial system development and applied research at RIT” by Dr. Jan Aardt

    Room 2140  SPS              “Analyzing/Tracking Persons 3D  Gaze”  by Gabriel Diaz          

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

    Room 2120  EMBS           “An Adaptable Framework to Extract Abnormal Brain Networks” by Dr. Archana Venkataraman

    Room 2130  APS/MTTS   “Gallium Nitride Power MMICs – Fact and Fiction” by Dr. Charles Campbell

    Room 2140  PES/IAS      “IEEE SMART Village Initiative” and “HVDC – Powering the future”  by Girish Behal     

5:30 – 7:15 PM  NETWORKING SESSION (CASH BAR) AND CHAPTER POSTER SESSION                     

7:15 – 9:00 PM DINNER AND KEYNOTE PRESENTATION  

 

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

*PDH Credit approved (check back for updates)



DINNER: 

“ALL AMERICAN BUFFET” including sliced strip loin, roasted salmon, vegetarian penne arrabiata and much, much more.