IEEE J. C. Bose Milestone Lecture
The IEEE Kolkata Section is organizing IEEE J. C. Bose Milestone Lecture on Wednesday, 21st Aug 2019 (5.30 p.m.) at Dr. Triguna Sen Auditorium, Jadavpur University. We are honoured to have Dr. K V S Hari, Professor, Department of E.C.E., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore as the speaker. He will deliver a lecture on Experiments with MIMO Signal Processing Systems.
You are cordially invited to attend this lecture session.
The abstract of the talk and the speakerís biography are given below:
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Signal Processing systems, which use multiple inputs (signals/sequences) and process them using transformations to generate multiple outputs, are called Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output(MIMO) systems. MIMO systems describe several phenomena in several fields of engineering. MIMO Signal processing deals with the design of theoretical models, algorithms and implementation architectures for such systems. In this talk, we present several examples of MIMO systems and then consider a few applications in wireless communication and indoor localization. In particular, wireless channel modelling experiments for cellular systems and drone-to-ground links will be presented. The idea of using the spatial dimension to encode bits, called spatial modulation, to increase the bits per channel use has potential use for IoT systems. Novel variants of spatial modulation techniques will be presented. Determining the location of a first-responder team in a harsh disaster scenario without using GPS or WiFi is a challenge. This provides an opportunity to design solutions using inertial measurement units using accelerometers and gyroscopes. We present the design of such a solution tested by Swedish firefighters. The impact of work carried out by members of the lab will be highlighted in the context of understanding new algorithms, contribution to industry standards and development of working prototypes.
K V S Hari is a Professor in the Department of ECE, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He holds a BE (ECE) degree from Osmania University, Hyderabad, MTech (Radar and Communication Systems) from IIT Delhi and PhD (Systems science) from U C San Diego and has been a visiting faculty at Stanford University (1999-00) and Affiliate Professor at KTH- Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (2010-16). His research interests are in Signal Processing with applications to 5G wireless communications, radar systems, autonomous vehicles, neuroscience and affordable MRI systems. He is a co-author of an IEEE standard on wireless channel models. He was an Editor of EURASIP's Signal Processing (2006-16) and is currently the Chief Editor (Electrical Sciences) of Sadhana, the journal of the Indian Academy of Sciences published by Springer. He is a Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering and a Fellow of IEEE and also on the Board of Governors, IEEE Signal Processing Society as Regional Director-at-Large of Asia-Pacific.
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|One-day Professional Development Program on Recent Advances in Computer Vision and its Applications Jointly Organized By IEEE Kolkata Section & GOLD Affinity Group, IEEE Kolkata Section held at Jadavpur University on August 27, 2012 (Monday)|
|Inauguration: The One-day Professional Development Program on Recent Advances in Computer Vision and its Applications was held on August 27, 2012 (Monday) at the K P Bose Memorial Hall of Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Dr. J. K. Sing, Educational Activities Chair, IEEE Kolkata Section delivered the welcome address, which is followed by the inaugural address by Prof. S. Chakravorti, Chairman, IEEE Kolkata Section. Mr. N. Das, Vice Chairman, GOLD Affinity Group, IEEE Kolkata Section gave the formal vote of thanks to the participants, volunteers. He also gave thanks to IEEE Kolkata Section for making the program a great success and IEEE R10 for supporting the programme as an Educational Activity of the Section.|
|Registration Desk||Dr. J.K. Sing delivering the welcome address||Prof. S. Chakravorti delivering the inaugural address|
|A section of the audiences||Dr. P. Mitra delivering his talk||Prof. D. P. Mukherjee delivering his talk to the audiences|
|Invited Talks: Dr. P. Mitra, Dept. of Computer Sc. & Engg., IIT Kharagpur and Prof. D. P. Mukherjee of Electronics and Comm. Sc. Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata were the invited speakers to this professional development programme. Dr. Mitra delivered a talk on "Machine Learning and Support vector Machines"; whereas, Prof. Mukherjee delivered his talk on "Processing Images in Frequency Domain".|
|Lunch and Tea: During the Programme lunch, tea and snacks had been arranged for the participants.|
|Details of Participants:|
|(a) IEEE Member: 17, Non-member (including students): 61, Volunteer: 6
(b)Total Participants: 84
|Report prepared by: Dr. Jamuna Kanta Sing, Educational Activities Chair, IEEE Kolkata Section|
|Two-day workshop on "Soft-Skill Development"|
|Date||15th -16th July, 2011|
|Venue||Alumni Seminar Hall, Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur (BESUS), West Bengal, India|
|Organized by||IEEE Calcutta Section & Human Resources Managament Department - BESUS with the support from IEEE R10 EAC 2011|
|Workshop Instructor||Mr. S.V.Raman, Former Program Director, Max Mueller Bhavan Kolkata|
|In the inaugural program the welcome address was given by Prof. Manas K Sanyal, Professor and Head, Department of HRM and Dean - Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, BESUS. The speaker Mr. S.V.Raman was introduced by Prof. Sivaji Chakravorti, Chair, IEEE Calcutta Section.The workshop was structured in several sessions spanned for the two days. The sessions conducted have been summarized below:|
|The final session was handled separately for queries and clarifications from the attendees and evaluation of the mock sessions finally was appreciated by all. The Valedictory Session was chaired by Prof. Ajoy K Ray, Vice-Chancellor, BESUS. More than 100 attendees in the workshop gave their feedback for organizing for such programs in the near future.|
|Prof. Manas K. Sanyal introducing the dignitaries||Mr. S. V. Raman conducting a session|