IoT Symposium

Online

The Symposium will cover IoT talks related to technologies and data communication by key academics, researchers, and industry professionals. It will provide an opportunity to discuss the latest developments and provide a forum for discussion, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.  Registration required. More information and registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/281547 Download the Flyer/ Agenda:  - IoT Symp 2021 Flyer  - Flyer IoT Symposium 2021 Zoom Details Join Zoom meeting: https://cqu.zoom.us/j/87079496842?pwd=ZUZwa0hCRVljSE04MisybDZPNzhjdz09 Password: 531891 Join from dial-in phone line: Dial: +61 2 8015 2088 Meeting ID: 870 7949 6842 International numbers available: https://cqu.zoom.us/u/kcQuGrxf0A Join from an H.323/SIP room system: Dial: [email protected] or SIP:[email protected] or 103.122.166.55 (Australia) Meeting ID: 87079496842 H323/SIP Password: 531891 Join from Skype for Business or Lync:     Dial: [email protected]

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FHIR-Fast Health Interoperability Resources- and healthcare data exchange

Online

Speaker:  Grahame Grieve Product Director, "FHIR" HL7 Location: Virtual Webinar; abstract & registration details to follow This event is a collaboration between the IEEE Victorian Section Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBS), and the Society for Medical & Biological Engineering Victoria. More Information: [email protected]

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Respiratory Rehabilitation through an Assistive Electronic Trumpet

Online

Speaker: Thomas Beltrame (Data Scientist, Consilium Technology) Location: Virtual Webinar; abstract & registration details to follow This event is a collaboration between the IEEE Victorian Section Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBS), and the Society for Medical & Biological Engineering Victoria.

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Smart textile: IoT facilitated loosely coupled architecture

Zoom details: https://cqu.zoom.us/j/87079496842?pwd=ZUZwa0hCRVljSE04MisybDZPNzhjdz09 Password: 531891 Meeting ID: 870 7949 6842 For more information and registration please visit: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/281547

Microwave Education around the World – fot Future wireless communications and Sensing from Megahertz to Terahertz

Online

MTT has taken the initiative of Microwave Education around the World and IEEE MTT-S Distinguished Microwave Instructors will be delivering talks/workshops.  The first workshop will be a virtual talk using Webex. Please use the following link to find more details about this event and for registration. Registration link:  https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/290710.  Download Flyer: Microwave Education around the World Flyer.pdf For any inquiries, please contact, Fatemeh Babaeian ([email protected]).    

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IEEE Victorian Section/Tasmanian Sub-Section Annual General Meeting 2021

Online

IEEE Victorian Section and IEEE Tasmanian Sub-Section members are cordially invited for our Annual General Meeting 2021 Registration: https://bit.ly/VicAGM2021  (You will need to be signed in to your email to register) Download the agenda: IEEE Vic Section AGM 2021 Agenda

What is it and how do we forecast demand to manage the Grid?

Online

IEEE Power Energy Society (PES) VIC Chapter WIP Seminar: DERMS: What is it and how do we forecast demand to manage the Grid? Zoom Link:  https://deakin.zoom.us/j/81384001285?pwd=RWVjaUgrNGdPT1diTmtmNFM0NVVPQT09 Contact: IEEE PES Victorian chapters– [email protected] Abstract: (Speakers: Dr Thilaksha Silva, CitiPower/Powercor/United Energy) CitiPower, Powercor & United Energy is the largest electricity distributor in Victoria, Australia, delivering electricity to over 1.8 million residential households and commercial customers across Victoria. We are a data-driven organisation, and we exploit Big Data from over 1.8 million active smart meters in our Advanced Metering Infrastructure Smart Meter Network. Our electricity grid was initially designed for one-way directional flow distributed from a centralised generation source to end consumers. Over time, the electricity grid has grown at both HV and LV levels. This increased penetration of Distributed Energy Resources has created new challenges. We initiated the Low Voltage-Distributed Energy Resource Management System (LV-DERMS) to better manage and control the stability of our network by automatic controlling of air-conditioner energy consumption. This allows users to reduce consumption during peak periods. We identify distribution substations that are prone to stress during hot weather due to peak capacity constraints such as residential air conditioner loads. In this talk, I will demonstrate our LV-DERMS Architecture from forecasting demand for those stressed distribution substations, calculating overload, creating events, event monitoring via Sensibo device, and post-event reporting. You will learn how we control the load on the LV network to help balance the grid and to avoid risks of blackouts and power quality issues on the constrained areas of the network. Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/derms-what-is-it-and-how-do-we-forecast-demand-to-manage-the-grid-tickets-214956319137

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Engineering Perspective to Graduates to Higher Engineering roles in Industry including Academic Research and Teaching

"Engineering Perspective to Graduates to Higher Engineering roles in Industry including Academic Research and Teaching'' where I will discuss and provide key elements of an engineering graduate to this day what has been achieved, successful and some of the downfalls in Academic Research and Teach, Manager in R&D, Design, Proof-of-Concept, Production, Management and Product Delivery/Advertising, Customer Survey, Customer Service, Engineering Service, etc. This showcases the experience and expertise that you will acquire in the years of work. What are the benefits of being an Academic or Industry contribution? Change of roles of an engineer during various workplaces and who is suited to be an Academic including sacrifices that you make during the career span. Location: Face to Face (with the desired number due to Covid19 Victorian and Federal government restrictions including Zoom streaming. There will be refreshments but if the restrictions are lifted or relaxed further, the possibility for attendees for a dinner (based on approval) with industrial and academics to mingle and discuss engineering but also way forward after almost 2 years of no contact. All members, students, industry and academic professionals and other engineering discipline representatives and societies in Victoria. Financial Sponsor: Any industrial organisations (private or government) are greatly appreciated to provide sponsorship (from $500 to 2000 max.) which will be utilised for future events with High-Calibre Academic and Industry speakers including Distinguished Professors Talks, Student Prizes for projects to various universities in Victoria, Project competitions across all universities and prizes for students at IEEE conferences held in Victoria and Social functions. Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/289591

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