In 5G networks, mobile service providers will support vertical slices of mobile applications to meet diverse service quality requirements. Meanwhile, wireless traffic is explosively growing with increasing popularity of mobile applications. The wireless network slicing technique, which is built on network function virtualization and software defined network schemes, will support wireless applications on substrate physical facilities with higher flexibility and lower cost. This presentation will discuss a novel scheduling policy for wireless network slicing called Most Energy-Efficient Resource First (MEERF), which is scalable and priority-based. MEERF is asymptotically optimal in a local wireless environment with highly dense user population and exponentially distributed service times. Speaker: Dr Jing Fu Time and date: 22 July 2020, 5pm Location: Online, the URL link will be sent to the registered emails before the event. For registration please use the link: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/233891 This event is organised by IEEE Victorian ComSoc Chapter
IEEE Educational Activities cover a range of programs and resources available for IEEE members to assist them in their professional and career development and education outreach. As one of the members of the IEEE Section Education Outreach Committee (SEOC) and the Chair of the Region 10 Educational Activities Committee (EAC), Lance will introduce the programs and resources available from EA Board and Region 10 EAC, with an objective to promote educational activities and programs within the local community. Funding for such activities will be covered. Short Biography Emeritus Professor Lance C.C Fung was trained and worked as a Marine Radio and Electronic Officer in Hong Kong during the 70’s. He graduated with a B.Sc. Degree with First Class Honours and an M.Eng. Degree from the University of Wales, UWIST. His Ph.D. Degree was awarded by the University of Western Australia, with a thesis on Artificial Intelligence and Power System Engineering. He has taught at Singapore Polytechnic, Curtin University, and, Murdoch University where he was appointed Emeritus Professor in 2015. His roles have included Associate Dean of Research, Postgraduate Research Director, and Director of the Centre for Enterprise Collaborative in Innovative Systems. Lance has been a dedicated volunteer for the IEEE for over 25 years in various positions in the Chapter, WA Section, Australia Council, and the Region 10 Executive Committee. EA Seminars Available: Bitcoin, IOT, 5G Email Alan Harvey at Acupak00@hotmail.com for Zoom login and questions. Download Flyer: Talk on Educational Activities and Funding.pdf
"Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom." ~ General George Patton Are you worried about how COVID-19 may affect your current and future employment prospects? The IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS) Professional and Career Development Resources for Members (PCDRM) group has organized a virtual panel discussion on Employment Challenges in the Post COVID-19 Era for Students & Young Professionals. Panelists: Dr. Amit K. Gupta (Chief of Rolls-Royce Electrical (RRE) at Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd. Dr. Udey Deshpandey (CTO of D&V Electronics) Mr. Deepak Mathur (Chief General Manager of ONGC, Gujarat, India) Moderated by Dr. Tomy Sebastian (Managing director of Halla Mechatronics, MI, USA and IAS President 2017/18) Join us for this 90 minute discussion on 11th July 2020 and listen to the opinions of this elite panel of industry experts about this challenge. Date: 11th July 2020 Time: 4.00 - 5.30PM IST (GMT + 05.30) Broadcasted Via Webex Register here : https://bit.ly/ias-panel- discussion
Does your Covid-19 Tracing App follow you forever? Privacy and Protection in a Post-Pandemic World, presented by SSIT Australia and IEEE Standards Association Dr Suelette Dreyfus, Australian Academic Media Specialist; Dr V. Sridhar Professor, International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB), India; Dr Greg Adamson, Chair, IEEE SA DIITA Industry Connections Program Register at https://lnkd.in/ejfEth7
IEEE PES Chapters in Australia organize a talk on "Role of the Smart Grid in Facilitating the Integration of Renewables" by Prof. Saifur Rahman on 9th July 2020 8-9 p.m. (AEST). The webex link to join: WEBEX
Associate Professor Andrew Stranieri will deliver a talk on health analytics. This talk is part of the IEEE Victorian Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) series of talks. The online delivery during the COVID-19 lockdown is kindly hosted by IEEE Victorian Section. Click here to register Speaker A/Prof Andrew Stranieri of Federation University Associate Professor Andrew Stranieri is a health informatics researcher in the School of Engineering, Information Technology at Federation University. His research in health informatics spans data analytics in health, complementary and alternative medicine informatics, remote patient monitoring, telemedicine and intelligent decision support systems. He is the author of over 150 peer reviewed journal and conference articles and has published three books.
IEEE Student Branch University of Melbourne is organizing a technical talk as a part of IEEE Student Branch Seminar Series on 30th June from 11 AM to 12 PM AEST. This talk will be delivered by Dr. Usman, senior lecturer at CIS-UniMelb who is currently leading a quantum computing research and education program. Upon briefing on the basics of quantum computing, the speaker aims to provide an overview of the potential capabilities of a quantum computer for solving practical problems and conclude with the recent cutting-edge research in this field. Speaker: Dr. Usman, Senior Lecturer at School of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne Registration: https://forms.gle/qfZP7E4poLhnBe9F9 (The meeting will be emailed upon registration) Download Flyer: Quantum Computing- Fundamentals and Applications.pdf
The talk will cover: Financial challenges for women Gender super gap Ways to manage and grow super Understanding insurance in super About this Event We know women face unique challenges when it comes to their super. The IEEE WIE Victorian Section and Monash University Early Career Researchers Committee have invited one of the experienced UniSuper Superannuation Consultants to help women and early career researchers to navigate through their financial affairs and learn how to manage and grow their retirement savings. Register now! Download flyer: Women and Super.pdf
The presentation will provide a brief introduction to 5G and what it means for electromagnetic (EMF) exposure based on the results of assessments of 5G networks (commercial and pilot) conducted in Australia and overseas. The international EMF exposure guidelines were updated in March 2020 and one of the major changes was to provide more detailed guidance for frequencies above 6 GHz. Independent public health agencies say that no health risks are expected for 5G but myths and misinformation continue to be spread on social media, including suggestions of a link between wireless technologies and COVID-19. Pointers will be provided to reliable sources of information. Registration https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/231252 Speaker: Dr Jack Rowley The URL link will be sent to the registered emails before the event.
Please join us on Zoom for a talk by Dr Chris Dick, Chief DSP Architect at Xilinx, San Jose. Chris is the Chief DSP Architect. at Xilinx – the San Jose Company credited with inventing the field-programmable gate array (FPGA). He gained his PhD and lectured, in Communication Engineering at La Trobe University before being head-hunted by Xilinx. To register and receive Zoom link please email Harvey Cohen on email@example.com before 11am Tuesday June 9th. Please add 'Register' as your email subject,
IEEE Student Branch University of Melbourne is organizing a talk on Mental Health Awareness by Dr Pheobe Lau, Clinical Psychologist at Inner Collective in collaboration with University of Melbourne GSA-affiliated I2G club. Phoebe conducts regular workshops on mental health and well-being. In our session, she would highlight methods for mindfulness and work-life balance during COVID-19. You may find further information and contact details in the attached flyer. The event flyer: Download PDF Register today! As limited seats are available, please give your expression through the website below. The online meeting link will be sent upon registration.
Event Details The meditation session will be guided by Ryan Mannix, a meditation and yoga teacher based in Melbourne. During this session, Ryan will talk about meditation, the benefits of it, followed by a few techniques that will help you practice meditation in your daily life. Online Event Information This event will be an online session hosted via Zoom. Registered participants will receive an email prior to the event with the Zoom link to attend the session. Speaker Biography Ryan Mannix is a meditation and yoga teacher based in Melbourne. He has been sharing his passion for yoga through teaching in Australia and abroad, leading workshops, and co-leading teacher training since 2013. Ryan has always had a keen interest in philosophy and meditation. Before yoga, he was a professional runner and developed the tools of visualization and mindfulness from a very young age. He has trained with the Melbourne meditation center, iRest meditation, and continues to explore his passion for Buddhist meditation and practice. Ryan guides his students to uncover awareness and remember wholeness. Click here to Register now! For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org Download event flyer: Uplift Event Flyer