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Chipless RFID Systems Modeling, Protocols And Detection

In this talk interesting topics would be presented about novel techniques for multi-tag scenarios based on physically modulated tags and MAC protocols. Channel modeling for real-world environment considering multi-path channels and 3D bi-static RCS of the chipless RFID tag would be illustrated by simulation and constructive mathematical framework would be presented. Finally, enhanced detection techniques would be introduced and discussed. Date & Time: 14 Jun 2024, 5-6 pm (AEST) Speaker: Prof. Mohamed El-Hadidy of RheinMain University of Applied Science Location: Online Host: IEEE Victorian Section AP/MTT Joint Chapter, IEEE NSW AP/MTT Joint Chapter, IEEE SA Section AP/MTT Joint Chapter, IEEE Queensland Section AP/MTT Joint Chapter Registration:

Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

RMIT Building 80. Level 04, Room 20, 435-457 Swanston St, Melbourne, 3000 435-457 Swanston Street, Melbourne

IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Distinguished Lecture Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications for Uncrewed Aircraft Systems As Advanced Air Mobility services increase, the density of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) is expected to increase significantly in the near future. Such a rise in the number of UAS highlights the need for enhanced situational awareness in the airspace and over-the-air information sharing among the UAS. Traditional approaches developed for crewed aircraft are not sufficient for UAS. In this talk, Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) for UAS is presented as a means to enhancing situational awareness and safety in the airspace. V2V  communication is essential for enabling UAS to operate cooperatively, avoid collisions, and respond to dynamic scenarios in the airspace. As airspace is a shared resource, certain questions, such as which aircraft has the right of way, need to be addressed unambiguously. This talk includes five use-case scenarios proposed by the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics, one of the UAS standards organization.   Date & Time: Thursday 30 May 2024 from 17:00 to 19:30 Speaker: Prof Kamesh Namuduri, University of North Texas Location: RMIT Building 80. Level 04, Room 20, 435-457 Swanston St, Melbourne, 3000 Hosts: IEEE Victorian Section Vehicular Technology & ComSoc Chapters and Registration: Contact: Enn Vinnal ([email protected]) or Golnar Khomami ([email protected])

IEEE Day 2023 The 2023 IEEE Day Event is taking place on Tuesday, 3rd October 2023. This event holds immense significance as it commemorates the historic gathering of engineers and IEEE members in 1884, where they shared their ground-breaking technical ideas for the very first time. IEEE Day aims to highlight and uphold the collaborative efforts of numerous IEEE members in local communities, all united under the theme of "Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow." We wholeheartedly encourage active participation and unique celebrations from all IEEE technical chapters, student branches, and affinity groups. Moreover, we are thrilled to announce the opportunity to win exciting prizes for the most innovative ideas submitted through captivating photos and videos. Past IEEE Day events have featured a diverse range of activities, including enlightening technical seminars, engaging workshops, enjoyable picnics, and even delightful cake-baking competitions! To submit your IEEE Day event, kindly utilize the available platform, IEEE Vtools. Rest assured that all submitted events will be showcased on our official website, providing visibility and recognition. For more comprehensive details, please visit the following link: We extend our sincerest gratitude for your unwavering commitment, dedication, and support towards IEEE. Your valuable contributions play a pivotal role in ensuring the resounding success of IEEE Day. Annick Boghossian Chair, IEEE Victorian Section