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The Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers is a yearly Conference held on the beautiful Asilomar Grounds in Pacific Grove. It provides a forum for presenting recent and novel work in various areas of theoretical and applied signal processing. General areas of interest to the forum include:

Asilomar * Architecture and Implementation
* Array Signal Processing
* Biomedical Signal & Image Processing
* Communication Systems
* MIMO Communications & Signal Processing
* Networks
* Signal Processing & Adaptive Systems
* Speech, Image & Video Processing

The Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers will be held on October 29th - November 1st. The IEEE Signal Processing Society is a technical co-sponsor. For more information, see asilomarssc.org

Don't Miss the World's Largest Arm event - Arm TechCon. This is your chance for Arm ecosystem immersion event you can't find anywhere else. 100+ speakers strong and 60 hours deep, the eight-track program covers a diverse range of real-world challenges facing software developers, hardware engineers, and executive managers. Track sessions are tailored to both novice and expert experience levels.

armTechCon * Internet of Things
* Silicon Design
* Networking & Servers
* Embedded Software Development
* Automotive, Industrial, & Functional Safety
* Computer Vision, Machine Learning, & Graphics
* High-Efficiency Systems
* Trust & Security

October 24-26 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara. Use promo code EGRID for a complimentary expo pass or 20% off an All-Access pass. For more information, go to armtechcon.com


ISPCE2018 The IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society seeks original and unpublished formal papers, presentations (without formal papers), workshops, and tutorials on all aspects of product safety and compliance engineering including, but not limited to the topics listed below. Paper submission is due January 1, 2018. For more information, see Call for Papers.

* Global Market Access and Regulations Compliance Management
* Hazard Based Safety Engineering Safety Science
* Environmental & Energy Regulations       * Functional Safety
* Batteries and Energy Storage Systems    * Compliance 101
* Emerging Technologies & Innovation       * Medical Devices
* Global Hazardous Locations                      * EMC & Wireless Compliance
* Test Methods & Ensuring Quality of Test Results
* Forensics, Failure & Risk Analysis, Assessment & Management
* Legal, Regulations, Directives & Consumer Protection

SDClogo SDC is the destination for technical discussions and education on the latest storage technologies and standards. Spend four days with your peers, and take advantage of this opportunity to learn from the experts all in one place.

Topics covered at the conference include:

* Persistent Memory           * Storage Architecture    * Cloud Storage
* Software and Hardware   * File Systems                  * SMB
* Object Drives                    * Storage Security           * Storage Management

Storage Developer Conference (SDC) 2017 will take place at the Santa Clara Hyatt, Santa Clara, CA on September 11-14, 2017. eGrid subscribers will receive the SNIA Member rate ($200 off of the regular rate) on registration by registering here and using code SDC17IEEEspecial. In addition, register before August 11th and save another $300 with the Early Bird Discount.


StorageVisions How and where does one store unstructured data? Find out by attending the Storage Visions 2017 Conference and learn about:

* The Business of Digital Storage and Memory
* Software Visions for High Performance Applications
* Hardware Visions for Ubiquitous Storage and Memory Everywhere
* Clear Visions for Future Cloud Storage
* The Many Applications for Digital Storage
* Talking with End Users

On October 16th, at the Embassy Suites in Milpitas. Register at here to receive a $100 discount.


Berkeley2017 The Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems & Steep Transistors Workshop will focus on the radical reduction of power consumption in information processing systems - from devices to systems. This event will feature a mixture of oral and poster presentations. The Workshop will focus on:

* The Systems Benefits of Lower Operating Voltage
* Steep Tunneling Transistors
* Steep Negative-Capacitance Gate Transistors
* Nano-Mechanical Switching
* Magnetic Switching, Magneto-Resistive Drive Current
* 3D-Integration to Save Energy
* Low-Energy Short-Distance Optical Communication
* Electrochemical Switching
* Cryogenic and Superconducting Computing
* New Analog Machines to Solve Digital Problems

The Workshop will be October 19 - 20. For more information, go to e3s-center.org/events/e3s-symposium


Interconnects are moving beyond 56GBps per single physical channel. Are you prepared to control EMI/EMC issues for tomorrow's data rate?
Attend the IEEE SCV-EMC 2017 Mini Symposium - Technical Exchange, and you will learn:

Common PCB Layout Errors that Cause Products to Fail to Meet EMC Requirements
Learn to recognize potential problem areas and maintain control of unwanted coupling paths

Signal Integrity Designs for 56Gb/s and Beyond
* Challenges and design difficulties for higher data rate
* PCB material characterization and measurement techniques for high-speed channel
* Via modeling methodologies and applications in PCB and package
* PAM4 channel analysis
* Evaluations of possible solutions for new challenges

This mini-symposium will be held on October 12 at the Biltmore Hotel in Santa Clara. For more information, see scvemc.org/2017Mini-Symposium.html
Full time students can come FREE starting from the afternoon session but must register with caroline.chan.us@ieee.org (first, last, email, school).