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October 2018

FEKO Basic Training

October 4 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Altair Australia – Suite 512, 1 Queens Road
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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Engineering and IEEE AP-MTT Chapter. Presented by Mahan Rudd, Altair Australia. This is the first in a series of training courses to be provided by Altair engineering, Australia. The content is general and will be useful to anyone working in RF simulation space. The aim is to show the attendees how to use FEKO for different simulations. This is a hands-on training session and various software features will be demonstrated through different examples. All the attendees will receive one-month free license.…

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Gallium Nitride Power MMICs – Fact and Fiction

October 18 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
RMIT – Building 13, Level 1, Room 1, 405 Russell St
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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IEEE MTT-S Distinguished Lecturer presentation ‘Gallium Nitride Power MMICs – Fact and Fiction’ by Dr Chuck Campbell from Qorvo. Gallium Nitride (GaN) based transistor technology’s characteristics of very high current density combined with high voltage operation have held promise to vastly improve many microwave circuit applications that presently utilize Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) devices. Today, GaN transistors are capable of high voltage operation while simultaneously demonstrating FT & Fmax characteristics more typical of lower voltage GaAs PHEMT devices. The potential benefits of GaN…

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C++, recent features and good programming practice

October 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Deakin Uni – Waurn Ponds, GTP building, na1.417, 75 Pigdons Road
Waurn Ponds, VIC 3216 Australia
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Hi everyone, IEEE Deakin student branch has arranged a seminar on “C++, recent features and good programming practice”. In this seminar, the new C++ key features added in 2011, 2014 and 2017 as well as the draft for 2020 will be discussed. It will be followed by general hints for good programming requirements, safety in programming, optimization in higher level as well as the compiler and hardware influence and a few programming misconceptions. This seminar aims to be attractive for…

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Model with Enterprise Architect

October 25 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Federation Uni – T Building, T127, Chancellor Drive
Mount Helen, VIC 3350 Australia
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Hi The newly formed IEEE Ballarat Student Chapter and theInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers extends an invitation to an industry workshop byScott Hebbard, Communications Manager, Sparx Systems on Thursday 25 October 2018. The title of the workshop is “Model with Enterprise Architect” and will be held from 4.00pm – 5.30pm in Lecture theatre T127, T Building, Mt Helen Campus. The event will be live-streamed via http://www.twitch.tv/feduniitcrowd for access at other locations. All staff, students and interested persons welcome.  See…

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Arduinos and Bioelectrical Signals Analysis Workshop

October 25 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Unimelb – Building 175, Level 3, Engineering-B-313, 225 Grattan St
Carlton, VIC 3053 Australia
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The IEEE UniMelb Student Branch is excited to announce a workshop on bioelectrical signals analysis in collaboration with the IEEE Victorian Section Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS). In this workshop, you will learn about how bioelectrical signals are generated in the human body and how to measure your own electrocardiogram (ECG) using the Arduino platform. Contact: e.keenan@ieee.org or embs.victorian@ieee.org. To register visit https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/arduinos-and-bioelectrical-signals-analysis-workshop-tickets-50626665720

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Directed Information Theory (Signal Processing Toolbox Seminar Series – 8/10)

October 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Unimelb – EEE Building, Level 5, Newton Room, Wilson Ave, Carlton
Melbourne, VIC 3053 Australia
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This is the eighth in a series of ten presentations that are being given throughout 2018, accessible to a broad audience, and focusing on important tools and techniques from signal processing. Speaker: Professor Girish Nair Title: Directed Information Theory Date: 30 October 2018 12 noon - 1pm Location: Newton Room, Level 5, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Contact: Professor Jonathan Manton j.manton@ieee.org

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November 2018

MMSE Estimation and Large Random Matrices (Signal Processing Toolbox Seminar Series – 9/10)

November 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Unimelb – EEE Building, Level 5, Newton Room, Wilson Ave, Carlton
Melbourne, VIC 3053 Australia
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This is the ninth in a series of ten presentations that are being given throughout 2018, accessible to a broad audience, and focusing on important tools and techniques from signal processing. Speaker: Professor Jamie Evans Title: MMSE Estimation and Large Random Matrices Date: 6 November 2018 12 noon - 1pm Location: Newton Room, Level 5, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Bridging the gap between academia and industry through more effective, targeted communication

November 12 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Unimelb – Doug McDonell Building, Level 8, Room 8.03, Doug McDonell Building
Parkville, VIC 3052 Australia
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As you may know, Australia has very high quality institutions that produce world class research but it ranks last on the proportion of businesses collaborating with research bodies. Join us in this panel discussion about this important topic, where you’ll be able to listen to the insights from Industry, Communication and academic sectors and participate in the discussion with your viewpoint, questions and concerns PANELISTS: AJ Epstein. Publisher with a wide experience in communication within scientific and technological environments from…

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Cyber Attacks on Internet of Things Sensor Systems for Inference

November 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Unimelb – EEE Building, Level 5, Newton Room, Wilson Ave, Carlton
Melbourne, VIC 3053 Australia
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The Internet of Things (IoT) improves pervasive sensing and control capabilities via the aid of modern digitial communication, signal processing and massive deployment of sensors. The employment of low-cost and spatially distributed IoT sensor nodes with limited hardware and battery power, along with the low required latency to avoid unstable control loops, presents severe security challenges. Attackers can modify the data entering or communicated from the IoT sensors which can have serious impact on any algorithm using this data for…

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Down to Earth: From sniffing comets, the Moon and Mars to submarines, cancer, bed bugs and more….

November 19 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Dr Taff Morgan School of Physical Sciences at The Open University, UK Title: Down to Earth: From sniffing comets, the Moon and Mars to submarines, cancer, bed bugs and more.... Location: RMIT Council Chamber  (Building 1, Level 2, Room 17) Date/Time: Mon 19th Nov, 4pm Details/Registration: here (eventbrite)

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