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February 13, 2018

Brian Yu, Stanford University: DNA sequencing and Microfluidics

by @ 2:49 pm. Filed under ALL, BioEngineering, NanoEngineering
 

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 
SFBA Nanotechnology Council Chapter 
Subject: Brian Yu, Stanford University: DNA sequencing and Microfluidics
Speaker: Brian Yu, Stanford University
Time: 11:30 am: Registration, refreshments, and networking; 12:00 pm noon: Presentation and Q&A
Cost: $6; IEEE Members, Students & Unemployed: $4
Location: Texas Instruments Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Dr., Santa Clara 
Event Details: eventbrite.com/e/brian-yu-of-quake-lab-stanford-university-tickets-42977463751 
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February 12, 2018

New mobile-friendly site

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ENGINEERING BANQUET

2018 Silicon Valley Engineers Week Banquet, Thursday, February 15, 2018, Hyatt Santa Clara SVEC
Keynote: Tina Tsou, Enterprise Architect, ARM “The Race to Neural-Class Networks”.


CALL FOR PAPERS

5G World Forum (5GWF’18), IEEE-5Gsubmissions due by February 28, 2018
5G in automotive, health, media, IIoT, satellites, standards, regulations.


PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

February 8, 2018, IEEE Connected & Automated Vehicles Summit (a 5G-driven event), Hilton Santa Clara
vtsautonomous driving, sensor fusion, deep learning, 5G, DSRC, LIDAR, radar, mapping, computing platforms, IoT, cloud, security, and societal impacts.
February 23, 2018, Power System Basics, ARC Flash Mitigation, Renewables, and NEC Code Changes Seminar, Pleasantonias

March 5-7, 2018, International Conference and Exhibition on Device Packaging, Fountain Hills, Arizona
imapsflagInterposers, 3D IC & packaging, fan-out WLP, flip chip, MEMS & sensors, and 3D printing.

March 13-14, 2018, ISQED 2018, Santa Clara
Security, IoT, Machine Learning, and Electronic Design conference.isqed

May 14-16, 2018, IEEE Symposium on Product Compliance Engineering (ISPCE), San Jose
All relevant topics for workers and innovators in the product safety area.

June 26-28, 2018, Sensors Expo & Conference 2018, San Jose
Sensors, connectivity, and systems

June 26-28, 2018, Autonomous Vehicle & Sensors Conference, San Jose
Explore Autonomous Vehicles through panel discussionsSensors_Automotive

June 26-28, 2018, Medical Sensors Design Experience, San Jose
Artificial Intelligence, Drug delivery, ECG & EEG, Medical grade wearables

July 9-11, 2018, 5G World Forum (5GWF’18), Santa Clara
5G in automotive, health, media, IIoT, satellites, standards, regulationsIEEE-5G

September 23-27, 2018, Energy Conversation Congress and Exposition (ECCE) 2018, Portland, Oregon
Renewables, smart grid, energy harvesting, reliability, diagnostics, measurement techniquesECCE2018

October 3-6, 2018, Frontiers in Education, San Jose
Engineering education innovationsFIE


CONSULTING AND QUICK TURN ENGINEERING SERVICES

Consultants’ Network of Silicon Valley CNSV
Engineering consulting services.
InteliTekInteliTekInc 
High-precision product design, procedural development, and fabrication.


ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

MEAD Education MEAD
Advanced engineering short courses in the design of integrated circuits and systems.
Northeastern University, Silicon Valley IoTSurvey
Master of science degrees in STEM fields.

Santa Clara University Graduate Engineering
SCUMS in Sustainable Energy, and certificates in Renewable Energy or Frugal Innovation.

Besser AssociatesBesser3 The Worldwide Leader in RF and Wireless Training.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Partner with science teachers of K-8 students – www.topsofscv.orgSTEM logoSchool Science Presenters Wanted for AVS Science in Action – ncccavs_education@avs.org or brynsvold@ieee.org!SIA Logo

Have you ever thought about teaching? Learn more and Apply for the EnCorps Fellowship for STEM Professionals –http://encorps.orgEnCorpsSTEM

Science Fair judges needed for students from middle schools and high schools, at these three science fairs: San Mateo on Sunday, March, Santa Cruz on Saturday, March 10, and Santa Clara on Thursday, March 15. If you are interested in helping out at one of these fairs, or sponsoring a prize, please call Charlie Neuhauser at (408) 245-0085 (W) or E-mail him at Cneuhauser@Earthlink.net.

Project Open NanoCarbon – Monthly meetups/opensci journal club to research, build and deploy open hardware to rapidly solidify gigatonnes of carbon from atmospheric CO2.

Advise & mentor underrepresented young adult entrepreneurs. Flexible time commitment. Business and technology experienced professionals browse details, and apply to join at skysthelimit.org


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SERVICES OFFERED/ EMPLOYMENT WANTED

Materials engineering position, doing research, process and failure analysis, characterization, seeking position in any location, M.S. in Materials Engineering, Jessica Winkler, jwink0685@gmail.com
Part time contract for marketing collateral, documentation, research, sales, MBA, Sandra Winkler

PhD in Engineering and Applied Science with extensive experience in thin film technology (deposition, lithography, etch), UHV instrumentation and troubleshooting, failure analysis and characterization seeking an opportunity as Process/Product/Application/Failure Analysis Engineer in semiconductor industry, Rahmatollah Eskandari

Data-driven, result-oriented Product Marketing Manager with expertise in technical marketing (sensors, scientific instrumentation), strong scientific background and customer-oriented service support is ready to re-enter the workforce, Nataliya Starostina

Biochemist with 2 years of postdoctoral experience with extensive background in Targeted Drug Delivery applied to Cancer Therapeutics and Vaccine formulations for Vector-Borne Infectious Disease treatment, looking for jobs at biotech and pharmaceutical companies, Zahra Heidari

Successful wafer fab mgr, fabless program mgr, technical & process engineering mgr, technical sales & customer relations, SBIR reviewer, start-up experience, seeking challenges in consulting, management, & engineering, Glenn Friedman

Materials scientist with 15+ years experience in the commercialization of nanomaterials; experience includes materials synthesis, characterization, formulation, and coating; Seeking opportunities in R&D, and/or management. Roland Lee, PhD

Experienced materials scientist with expertise in device processing, micro-fabrication techniques, materials characterization and device applications of nanomaterials; carbon based nanomaterials and their hybrid systems; seeking R&D and materials engineering position in any location, Vasuda Bhatia, PhD

Sr. Process Technician with over 15 years experience in Semiconductors Equipment Manufacture R&D lab: Wafer processing, characterization, data summary, purchasing, supplies, and inventory control; Seeking opportunities in R&D lab technician, or supply chain. Gana Rimple, ganarimple@gmail.com

Director level engineering/architect or technical marketing responsibilities with expertise anchored on a variety of networking, cybersecurity and virtualization technologies along with smart utilization of AI/ML technologies. TK Lala



CHAPTER EVENTS For more detail, see the Detailed View

2/13 SCV CNSV RAS CES | Insider Secrets of a Robotics & Consumer Electronics Design Consultancy , SEMI, Milpitas, 7:00 pm
Business and technology behind over 100 robotics projects in the toys, education and consumer electronics industries2/13 SCV EDS | Atomic Layer Deposition of Ferroelectric and Threshold Switching Materials for Next Generation Nonvolatile Memory, TI, Santa Clara, 6:30 pm

2/13 SCV EMC | Future of EMC testing in components, IoT and Automotive industry, 7Layers, Sunnyvale, 5:30 pm
more electronic devices, potential for disturbance (RF interference), new product features and methodology requiring greater awareness of the EMC environment in which they operate, and new test approaches.

2/14 SFBA EPS | Trends and Transitions in Semiconductor Packaging , TI, Santa Clara, 11:30 am
business models, supply chain, technology requirements, forecast for 2018 and 2019

2/14 OEB LMAG | Building the First “Steamship” in History, Beeb’s, Livermore, 11:00 am
running steamboats on rivers, lakes and bays became a normal and accepted part of American life. Taking such a vessel on a voyage across the ocean was a different proposition altogether. Experienced mariners didn’t think it could be done.

2/15 OEB IAS | Changes to NFPA-70E-2018, Zio Fraedos, Pleasant Hill, 5:30 pm
created by OSHA, the effects of arc flash, blast, and the hazards of DC power, hierarchy of risk controls, risk assessment with consideration of human factors such as human error as part of the assessment process

2/20 SFBA NANO | Nanostructured Optical Materials for Extreme Waveform Control, TI, Santa Clara, 11:30 am
new class of optical materials, termed metamaterials, that are the basis for ultra-compact optical devices, ranging from gratings to lenses

2/21 SCV EMBS | In Pursuit of Perfect Colonoscopy, Stanford Medical School Rm M-114, 7:30 pm
gold standard for colorectal cancer detection, average polyp miss rate of 21-24%, advanced optics, imaging, and software analysis

2/22 SFBA EPS | Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap Symposium, TI, Santa Clara, 8:30 am
end of CMOS scaling, difficult challenges, future vision, research, academia, labs, collaboration

2/22 SFBAC PELS MAG| Derivation and Real-World Use of DQ Current and Voltage Loop Control for Motor Drives, TI, Santa Clara, 6:30 pm
enhancing understanding of direct-quadrature (DQ) control of electric motors and associated power electronics

2/28 SCV MEMS | Bringing Advanced MEMS Technologies from Concept to Market, TI, Santa Clara, 6:30 pm
low cost, small size, low power consumption, overall system performance, build competitive products through connectivity, user experience and system integration activities, accelerating IoT’s promise to improve our world.

2/28 SCV ITS | From Differential Privacy to Generative Adversarial Privacy, Stanford, EE Bld, Rm #202, 6:00 pm
connectivity and data collection, biggest threats to privacy, staircase mechanisms, novel context-aware notion of privacy called generative adversarial privacy (GAP)

3/1 SFBA TEMS YP| The Innovator’s DNA – Sustaining Innovation in a Disruptive World, National Instruments, Santa Clara, 6:00 pm
types of innovation, the innovator’s DNA and the economics of innovation and what makes innovation sustainable, challenges, future

3/6 SCV PHOT | Attosecond Light Sources: Science and Engineering, Intel SC12, Santa Clara, 5:30 pm
methods and opportunities, new VUV and X-ray light sources are reaching sub-femtosecond pulse durations, revealing the attosecond motion of electrons inside atoms and molecules

3/8 SCV CIS | Running Sparse and Low-Precision Neural Networks: An Interactive Play between Software and Hardware, TI, Santa Clara, 6:30 pm
hardware/software co-design for performance acceleration of deep neural networks is necessary, trends of machine learning study in academia and industry

3/13 SCV CNSV | Decoding Silicon Valley: The Insider’s Guide, SEMI, Milpitas, 7:00 pm
Valley’s entrepreneurs have refined the art of company-building into a science over the last 60 years, A certain mystique has developed about Silicon Valley, how does it actually work?

3/14 | SFBA Pi Day, Everywhere, all day
a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, commonly approximated as 3.14159, cherry, apple, blueberry, Albert Einstein’s birthday

3/15 | OEB IAS Application of Variable Frequency Drives 1 to 200 HP, Zio Fraedos, Pleasant Hill, 5:30 pm
HVAC VFD’s (Pumps, Compressors and Fans), specify key features and performance for best integration, safety and longevity


IEEE SENIOR MEMBER ELEVATION in SANTA CLARA COUNTY

Senior member elevation meeting to take place on Monday, March 26th, 6 pm, at SVPTI,1762 Technology Drive #228, San jose, Calif.95110( This is new location than in the past). Please google it for direction. Bring three hard copes of your resume, and we will provide IEEE members to review your status and become your references for your senior upgrade. The meeting will take place between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided at this free eventEnjoy the perks of being a Senior in Santa Clara County! For more information, please see ieee-senior-member. Register with Kris Verma, who can be reached at krisverma@sbcglobal.net.


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February 8, 2018

Attosecond Light Sources: Science and Engineering

by @ 3:00 pm. Filed under ALL, Photonics
 

Tuesday, March 6, 2018 
SCV Photonics Society 
Subject: Attosecond Light Sources: Science and Engineering
– methods and opportunities, new VUV and X-ray light sources are reaching sub-femtosecond pulse durations, revealing the attosecond motion of electrons inside atoms and molecules…
Speaker: Prof. Philip Bucksbaum, SLAC and Stanford 
Time: 5:30 pm: Networking, registration, and refreshments; 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm: Presentation
Cost: Free 
Location: Intel SC12 Auditorium, 3600 Juliette Lane, Santa Clara 
Event Details: http://ewh.ieee.org/r6/scv/leos/index.html 

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February 6, 2018

The Innovator’s DNA – Sustaining Innovation in a Disruptive World

by @ 5:14 pm. Filed under ALL, Engineering Mgmt
 

Thursday, March 1, 2018 
SFBA Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS) and Young Professionals (YP)
Subject: The Innovator’s DNA – Sustaining Innovation in a Disruptive World
– types of innovation, the innovator’s DNA and the economics of innovation and what makes innovation sustainable, challenges, future… 
Speaker: Sarosh Patel, PE, MSME, MBA
Time: 6:00 pm: Networking; 6:30 pm: Management Forum/Guided Networking; 7:00 pm: sandwich dinner; 7:30 pm Presentation
Cost: TEMS and YP Members: $10; IEEE Members: $12; Non-Members: $15; At the Door: 20; IEEE Students: $3 ($7 at the door) 
Location: National Instruments, 4600 Patrick Henry Drive, Santa Clara
Event Details: sites.ieee.org/scv-tems/?p=3157 

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February 5, 2018

From Differential Privacy to Generative Adversarial Privacy

by @ 3:28 pm. Filed under ALL, Information Theory
 

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 
SCV Information Theorem Society (ITS) 
Subject: From Differential Privacy to Generative Adversarial Privacy
– connectivity and data collection, biggest threats to privacy, staircase mechanisms, novel context-aware notion of privacy called generative adversarial privacy (GAP)…
Speaker: Peter Kairouz, Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University 
Time: 6:00 pm: Registration, networking and refreshments; 6:30 pm: Presentation; 7:30 pm: Adjourn 
Cost: Free 
Location: David Packard Electrical Engineering Building, 350 Serra Mall, Room #202, Stanford
Event Details: eventbrite.com/e/from-differential-privacy-to-generative-adversarial-privacy-tickets-42737831003 

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February 1, 2018

Future of EMC testing in components, IoT and Automotive industry

by @ 10:58 pm. Filed under ALL, Magnetics
 

Tuesday, February 13 2018 
SCV ElectroMagnetic Compatibility Society (EMC) 
Subject: Future of EMC testing in components, IoT and Automotive industry
– more electronic devices, potential for disturbance (RF interference), new product features and methodology requiring greater awareness of the EMC environment in which they operate, and new test approaches…
Speaker: Sangam Baligar, AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation
Time: 5:30 pm: Networking and light dinner; 6:30 pm: Presentation; 7:45 pm: Adjourn 
Cost: Water and soft drinks are free. Food is available for a small fee. 
Location:  7Layers, 1293 Anvilwood Ave., Sunnyvale
Event Details: scvemc.org/ 

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In Pursuit of Perfect Colonoscopy

by @ 9:22 am. Filed under ALL, BioEngineering
 

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 
SFBA Electronic Packaging Society (EPS) 
Subject: In Pursuit of Perfect Colonoscopy
– gold standard for colorectal cancer detection, average polyp miss rate of 21-24%, advanced optics, imaging, and software analysis … 
Speaker: Salmaan Hameed, VP of R&D and Product Development, Avantis Medical Systems 
Time: 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Cost: Free
Location: Stanford School of Medicine, Rm M-114 
Event Details: ewh.ieee.org/r6/scv/embs/ 

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January 31, 2018

Bringing Advanced MEMS Technologies from Concept to Market

by @ 10:20 pm. Filed under ALL, Semiconductors
 

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 
SCV MEMS and Sensors Chapter 
Subject: Bringing Advanced MEMS Technologies from Concept to Market
– low cost, small size, low power consumption, overall system performance, build competitive products through connectivity, user experience and system integration activities, accelerating IoT’s promise to improve our world… 
Speaker: Marcellino Gemelli, Business Development for MEMS product portfolio, Bosch Sensortec 
Time: 6:30 pm: Registration, refreshments, and networking; 7:00 pm: Presentation and Q&A; 8:00 pm to 8:30 pm: ExCom Meeting
Cost: $5 donation
Location: Texas Instruments Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Dr., Santa Clara 
Event Details: eventbrite.com/e/bringing-advanced-mems-technologies-from-concept-to-market-tickets-42692262707 

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Magnetic Force Equations based on Computer Simulation and the Effect of Load Line

by @ 3:11 pm. Filed under ALL, Magnetics
 

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 
SCV Magnetics Society 
Subject: Magnetic Force Equations based on Computer Simulation and the Effect of Load Line
– magnet shapes with different boundary conditions and the effect of load line will be analyzed …
Speaker: Christina Chen, Magnetics Specialist, Quadrant Inc. and Magnet Energy LLC 
Time: 6:30 pm: Cookies, Conversation & Pizza; 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm: Presentation
Cost: Free 
Location: Western Digital Media, 1710 Automation Pkwy, San Jose 
Eventbrite: ewh.ieee.org/r6/scv/mag/MtgSum/Meeting2018_02.html

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Running Sparse and Low-Precision Neural Networks: An Interactive Play between Software and Hardware

by @ 1:24 pm. Filed under ALL, Computers/Software
 

Thursday, March 8, 2018 
SCV Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) 
Subject: Running Sparse and Low-Precision Neural Networks: An Interactive Play between Software and Hardware
– hardware/software co-design for performance acceleration of deep neural networks is necessary, trends of machine learning study in academia and industry…
Speaker: Hai “Helen” Li, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University 
Time: 6:30 pm: Networking, registration, and refreshments; 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm: Presentation
Cost: IEEE CIS members: free; Students: $3 (Register at Door $3); IEEE (non-CIS) members : $7 donation (Register at Door $10); Non-members: $10 (Register at Door $15) 
Location: Texas Instruments Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Drive, Santa Clara 
Event Details: ewh.ieee.org/r6/scv/cis/upcoming_events.html 

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January 30, 2018

Leveraging Advances in Computational Electrodynamics to Enable New Kinds of Nanophotonic Devices

by @ 4:43 pm. Filed under ALL, Photonics
 

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 
SCV Photonics Society 
Subject: Leveraging Advances in Computational Electrodynamics to Enable New Kinds of Nanophotonic Devices
How to use free MEEP FTDT software to create new device designs with enhanced performance. Examples include OLEDs and thin-film silicon solar cells.
Speaker: Dr. Ardavan Oskooi, Founder and CEO, Simpetus 
Time: 5:30 pm: Networking, registration, and refreshments; 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm: Presentation
Cost: Free 
Location: Intel SC12 Auditorium, 3600 Juliette Lane, Santa Clara 
Eventbrite: eventbrite.com/tickets-external?eid=42365559529&ref=etckt 

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January 29, 2018

Power System Basics, ARC Flash Mitigation, Renewables, and NEC Code Changes Seminar

by @ 10:50 pm. Filed under ALL, Electrical/Power, Green energy, Industrial Applications
 
ENERGY AND POWER SYSTEMS

Attend the Power System Basics, ARC Flash Mitigation, Renewables, and NEC Code Changes Seminar on February 23, 2018 in Pleasanton, and you will learn:

ias* Switchboard & Switchgear Basics and UL 1558 Vs. UL 891
* Motor Control Centers: From Basic Functionality to “Smart MCCs”
* Surge protection Basics and Integrated Systems
* Department of Energy 2016 New Efficiency Standards for Transformers
* New Industry Trend Regarding Arc Flash Mitigations
* Microgrid, PV systems and Storage Systems
* Progress of the 2014, 2017 and 2020 NEC

To learn more and register, go to meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/47908

 

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5G World Forum (5GWF’18)

by @ 6:52 pm. Filed under 5G, ALL
 
CALL FOR PAPERS

Seeking contributions on how to nurture and cultivate 5G technologies and applications for the benefit of society, the 2018 IEEE 1st 5G World Forum (5GWF’18) is sending out a call for Papers, Tutorials, Panels, Sessions, Workshops.

* 5G Vertical Sessions                                                   * 5G Applications
* Automotive, Intelligent Transport                              * 5G Topical Sessions
* 5G for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)           * 5G Security and Privacy
* E-Health and Mobile Health over 5G Networks         * Standards and Deployment
* Disrupting Media and Entertainment in the 5G Era   * Workshops
* Policy and Regulation in the 5G Era                           * IoT in the 5G Era Workshop
* Open API, Unbundled, Open Source, and Testbeds     * Tactile Internet Workshop
* 5G Satellite Networks: Applications, Challenges and Standards

5G

See ieee-wf-5g.org/call-for-papers/ for more information. Submissions due February 28, 2018. The conference will be on July 9-11, 2018 in Santa Clara.

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International Conference and Exhibition on DEVICE PACKAGING

by @ 6:50 pm. Filed under ALL, Semiconductors
 
01011100    COMPUTING AND SEMICONDUCTORS    10100101

The International Conference and Exhibition on DEVICE PACKAGING

is the largest 2018 conference dedicated to interposers, 3D IC & packaging, fan-out WLP, flip chip, MEMS & sensors, and 3D printing. The Device Packaging Conference and Exhibition will be the one FOWLP/3D conference you will not want to miss. It features:iMAPS* 60 presentations on FOWLP, 3D, Microsystems
* Poster Session featuring 20+ presentations & Happy Hour!
* 5 Keynotes on 3DIC, Heterogeneous Integ., SiP, Automotive
* 13 short courses on: 3D, Fanout, High Density Pkg, Cu Pillars, & more
* A sold-out exhibition of 66 booths…the companies you need to see

The iMAPS Device Packaging Conference is from March 5-7, outside of Phoenix, and set among Arizona’s captivating Sonoran Desert, with spectacular views of Arizona’s majestic Four Peaks and iconic Red Mountains alongside the free-flowing Verde River. Go to imaps.org/devicepackaging for more information. Early bird registration and hotel deadline is February 7th.


 

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Call for Papers – 5G Technologies

by @ 6:42 pm. Filed under ALL, Computers/Software, Consumer Electronics
 

Seeking contributions on how to nurture and cultivate 5G technologies and applications for the benefit of society, the 2018 IEEE 1st 5G World Forum (5GWF’18) is sending out a call for Papers, Tutorials, Panels, Sessions, Workshops.
* 5G Vertical Sessions * 5G Applications
* Automotive, Intelligent Transport * 5G Topical Sessions
* 5G for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) * 5G Security and Privacy
* E-Health and Mobile Health over 5G Networks * Standards and Deployment
* Disrupting Media and Entertainment in the 5G Era * Workshops
* Policy and Regulation in the 5G Era * IoT in the 5G Era Workshop
* Open API, Unbundled, Open Source, and Testbeds * Tactile Internet Workshop
* 5G Satellite Networks: Applications, Challenges and Standards

See ieee-wf-5g.org/call-for-papers/ for more information. Submissions due February 15, 2018. The conference will be on July 9-11, 2018 in Santa Clara.

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