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The Photonics Industry Under the Lens of a Young Professional

https://bdren.zoom.us/j/63856551892

IEEE Photonics Society Bangladesh Chapter will host a virtual interactive session on "The Photonics Industry Under the Lens of a Young Professional" on August 24, 2022 at 08:00 PM (BST). Speaker: Ryan Gardner Senior Optical Engineer at RKD Engineering Corp Santa Cruz, California, USA Abstract: A look into navigating the Photonics industry as a professional and the changes that have occurred post-Covid-19. Insights from working in an established company, a FAANG company, and a startup. How one might explore working in Optics and avoiding pitfalls. Differences between contract work and full-time employment. --> Join BdREN Zoom Meeting from Laptop or Mobile: https://bdren.zoom.us/j/63856551892

BRAIN-MACHINE INTERFACE: THE INFINITE POSSIBILITY OF LIGHT

In this fountain of light! Celebrating the occasion of International Day of Light 2022, a scientific lecture on light “Tales of Light” Lecture Title: Brain-Machine Interface: The Infinite Possibility of Light Speaker: Dr. Ahsan Habib Assistant Professor Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Dhaka Time and Date: 17 May 2021, Tuesday, 8:00 PM (GMT+6) Live link:  www.facebook.com/SPSBZone

Integrated Solar-Pannel Antennas (APS Montréal)

2500 chemin de polytechnique, Polytechnique Montreal, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3T1j4, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/304250

Conformal Integration of antennas with solar panels has wide applications, from small spacecraft, Mars rovers, to self-powered wireless sensors. It is particularly beneficial when the surface real estate is a major challenge, such as a CubeSat. A strategic integration not only reduces the development cost, promotes a robust communication link, but also increases the mission capacity by allowing more science instruments to be mounted on the CubeSat. This lecture covers different conformal antenna designs for solar panel integration, from UHF to Ka band. It includes antennas integrated under solar cells, around solar cells, and optically transparent antennas integrated on top of solar cells. It also covers low gain and high gain design. The high gain design mainly focuses on reflectarray antenna, which may be beneficial to those who wishes to study the subject. As these antennas are integrated with solar panel, a unique and complex subsystem, effects of solar cells on the antenna and vice versa need to be analyzed and quantified. The lecture presents analysis of a typical space-certified solar cell, extracted model, experimental set-up to quantify the interaction between solar cells and the integrated antennas. Co-sponsored by: Staracomm Montréal, IEEE Young Professionals, IEEE Montréal Speaker(s): Prof. Reyhan Baktur, 2500 chemin de polytechnique, Polytechnique Montreal, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3T1j4, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/304250