FROM ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS TO ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING

Bldg: D wing, Data Science Lab 5th Floor, Symbiosis Institute of Technology Pune Near Lupin Research Park, Lavale, Mulshi, Pune, Maharashtra, India, 412115

Hello, Enthusiasts!👋🏻 The IEEE Pune Section (Joint Chapter of AP, MT, and EMC) and Bombay Section (SIT Student Branch) are jointly hosting a technical session on "FROM ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS TO ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING" . 🔖 Distinguished Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Levent Sevgi 🗓️ Date: 7th June, 2023 🕕 Time: 10:30 am 👨‍💻 Mode: InPerson 📍 Venue: Data Science Lab 5th floor D wing,Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Pune We hope to see you there!✨ Speaker(s): Levent Sevgi, Bldg: D wing, Data Science Lab 5th Floor, Symbiosis Institute of Technology Pune Near Lupin Research Park, Lavale, Mulshi, Pune, Maharashtra, India, 412115

RES Integrated Smart Distribution Systems: Few Challenges & Field Implementations under an Indo-US Project

Room: D-5018, Bldg: École de technologie supérieure, 1100 Notre-Dame St W, Pavillon D - ÉTS, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 1K3

Increased use of converter interfaced Distributed Energy Resources offers new opportunities and challenges in the power system networks. Microgrids integrating Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and Energy Storage Systems (ESS) are being increasingly deployed not only to provide clean energy access to remote communities and strategic/building complexes, but also to increase resiliency and reliability of supply, provide flexibility and back up power to the main network while helping in addressing the global environmental concerns. Operation of Smart Distribution Systems integrating microgrids, renewable sources and storage require proper control and protection systems to be designed. Advance Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) are required to ensure optimal power sharing, storage management, maintaining required power quality and stability of supply. The main focus of an ongoing Indo-US joint project ‘UI-ASSIST’, involving 31 consortia partners from US and India, is to evolve model for future smart distribution networks integrating RES, ESS and microgrids. Both India and US teams are also setting up field demonstration pilots, five in each country, containing microgrids under rural, semi-urban and urban settings. This talk will briefly discuss the technical details and challenges faced in developing Smart Distribution Systems and will share experiences in setting up rural, urban and semi-urban pilots in India by the UI-ASSIST team. Co-sponsored by: IEEE PES, IEEE IAS, IEEE PELS, IES society Speaker(s): Suresh Chandra Srivastava Agenda: 10:30 - 11:00: Coffee and Snacks 11:00 - 12:30: Technical Talk Room: D-5018, Bldg: École de technologie supérieure, 1100 Notre-Dame St W, Pavillon D - ÉTS, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 1K3

Canada Photonics Student Leadership Meet-up

Room: Library, Espace des cycles supérieurs, Bldg: Building A, 1100 Notre-Dame St W, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 1K3

Welcome to Montréal! The ETS (https://www.optica.org/en-us/home/) Student Chapter, (optonique.ca), the IEEE Photonics Society Chapter, ETS Student Chapter of the IEEE Montreal Section welcome you to meet with the student leadership in Canada. Co-sponsored by: Optica. Speaker(s): Dr. Matthew Posner, Room: Library, Espace des cycles supérieurs, Bldg: Building A, 1100 Notre-Dame St W, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 1K3

IEEE Distinguished Lecture – “Semiconductor Quantum Dots, why are they so quantum? Genesis, prospects & challenges” by Prof. Frédéric Grillot

Room: MC603, McConnell Engineering building, 3480 University Street, H3A 0E9, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Abstract : Semiconductor nanostructures with low dimensionality like quantum dots are one the best attractive solutions for achieving high performance photonic devices. When one or more spatial dimensions of the nanocrystal approach the de Broglie wavelength, nanoscale size effects create a spatial quantization of carriers along with various other phenomena based on quantum mechanics. Thanks to their compactness, great thermal stability and large reflection immunity, semiconductor quantum dot lasers are very promising candidates for low energy consumption and isolation free photonic integrated circuits. When directly grown on silicon, they even show a four-wave mixing efficiency much superior compared to the conventional quantum well devices. This remarkable result paves the way for achieving high-efficiency frequency comb generation from a photonic chip. Quantum dot lasers also exhibit a strong potential for applications in optical routing and optical atomic clock. Last but not least, a quantum dot single photon source is a building block in secure communications, and therefore can be applied to quantum information processing for applications such as quantum computers. This lecture will review the recent findings and prospects on nanostructure based light emitters made with quantum-dot technology. Many applications ranging from silicon-based integrated solutions to quantum information systems will be presented. In addition, the lecture will highlight the importance of nanotechnologies on industry and society especially for shaping the future information and communication society. Speaker(s): Prof. Frédéric Grillot, Room: MC603, McConnell Engineering building, 3480 University Street, H3A 0E9, Montreal, Quebec, Canada