What we're about

Welcome! We are the Princeton / Central Jersey Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE / PCJS). We hold regular meetings on a variety of subjects, covering topics in science and engineering, information technology, and professional development.

This is a group for engineers, Information Technology (IT) folks, students, and anybody interested in pushing the envelope of our modern, tech-driven world. Sponsored by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), our meetings are open to all.

Our meetings are open to the public, and free of charge, unless otherwise noted. You need not be an IEEE member to attend.

Our chapters and groups include:
• Antennas and Propagation / Electronic Devices / MicrowaveTheory and Techniques
• Broadcast Technology
• Circuits and Systems
• Consumer Electronics and Communications
• Computer Society (joint chapter with Princeton ACM (http://princetonacm.acm.org/))
• Engineering in Medicine and Biology
• IEEE Education Society
• Photonics
• Power and Energy Society
• Robotics and Automation
• Signal Processing
• Solid-State Circuits Society
• Professional Activities Committee for Engineers (PACE)
• Young Professionals
• Consultants Network
• Women in Engineering

...and student branches at:
• The College of New Jersey
• Princeton University
• Rutgers University
• DeVry University - North Brunswick
• Middlesex County College
• Pre-University Student Branches

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Upcoming events (5)

IEEE PCJS SPS: "Computational Imaging with Few Photons, Electrons, or Ions"

IEEE PCJS Signal Processing Society Special Event: Guest Speaker Dr. Vivek Goyal from Boston University "Computational Imaging with Few Photons, Electrons, or Ions" Abstract: LIDAR systems use single-photon detectors to enable long-range reflectivity and depth imaging. By exploiting an inhomogeneous Poisson process observation model and the typical structure of natural scenes, first-photon imaging demonstrates the possibility of accurate LIDAR with only 1 detected photon per pixel, where half of the detections are due to (uninformative) ambient light. I will explain the simple ideas behind first-photon imaging. Then I will touch upon related subsequent works that mitigate the limitations of detector arrays, withstand 25-times more ambient light, allow for unknown ambient light levels, and capture multiple depths per pixel. The philosophy of modeling at the level of individual particles is also at the root of current work in focused ion beam microscopy. Related paper DOIs: [masked]/science[masked]/TSP[masked].1109/LSP[masked].1364/OE[masked]/ncomms[masked]/TSP[masked].1126/science.aat2298 Biography: Vivek Goyal received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, where he received the Eliahu Jury Award for outstanding achievement in systems, communications, control, or signal processing. He was a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Laboratories, a Senior Research Engineer for Digital Fountain, and the Esther and Harold E. Edgerton Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT. He was an adviser to 3dim Tech, winner of the 2013 MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition Launch Contest Grand Prize, and consequently with Nest Labs[masked]. He is now an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boston University. Dr. Goyal is a Fellow of the IEEE. He was awarded the 2002 IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) Magazine Award, the 2017 IEEE SPS Best Paper Award, an NSF CAREER Award, and the Best Paper Award at the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing. Work he supervised won student best paper awards at the IEEE Data Compression Conference in 2006 and 2011, the IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop in 2012, and the IEEE International Conference on Imaging Processing in 2018 as well as five MIT thesis awards. He currently serves on the Editorial Board of Foundations and Trends and Signal Processing, the IEEE SPS Computational Imaging SIG, and the IEEE SPS Industry DSP TC. He previously served on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery, as Technical Program Committee Co-chair of Sampling Theory and Applications 2015, and as Conference Co-chair of the SPIE Wavelets and Sparsity conference series[masked]. He is a co-author of Foundations of Signal Processing (Cambridge University Press, 2014). Date: 19 Feb 2019 Time: 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM Nassau Inn Ten Palmer Square Princeton, New Jersey United States 08542 Registration NOT required, but appreciated, here: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/register/187327 For more information, contact Jerry Bellot jbellott {DOT} ieee {AT} outlook {DOT} com

IEEE Workshop on Network Automation

1 Ericsson Dr

IEEE Workshop on Network Automation NOT a free meeting. Pre-registration and payment of applicable fee REQUIRED, here: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/register/186920 Workshop fee: General public (non-IEEE members): $199 IEEE Members: $69 Graduate Student IEEE Members: $19 Student IEEE Members: $19 Students, non-IEEE members (student ID required) $59 Registered attendees of this day-long workshop are eligible for IEEE Continuing Education Credits (CEUs), an extra charge $5 for the Certificate is requested Network Disaggregation and Network Softwarization is radically changing the way Networks are Designed, Deployed, Managed and Operated. The goal of End-to-End Network Automation is to help Service Providers achieve their desired target of “Zero Touch Provisioning” across the entire Network, spanning physical and virtual domains, and covering the Transport and Data Center Networks. The increased maturity in SDN and NFV technologies and adoption of Open Source and DevOps principles is contributing towards an Open End-to-End Network Automation framework. Intent-based Networking is driving the need for higher level of Network abstraction, while Network Slicing – especially in the context of 5G - is requiring automation to be supported at the granular level of Slices. Finally, Service Providers are leveraging Artificial Intelligence to improve Network efficiency, lower their operating costs, and improve both the quality of service and customer experience. Underpinning these trends and advances, the IEEE Workshop on Network Automation is bringing together leading experts from telecom service provider, cable service provider, mobile service provider, software service provider, open source network automation projects and industry consortiums as well as leading researchers from academia to discuss the latest technical innovations, opportunities and challenges in Network Automation. The following industries, open source projects, industry consortiums and academia are scheduled to present: * AT&T, Comcast, Verizon * Ericsson, Nokia, Fujitsu, Ciena, Juniper Networks, Cisco, NIKSUN, Lumina Networks * ONAP, ONOS, ODL, ETSI IFA, MEF, IAB-IETF, P4 * Cornell University, University of Washington in St. Louis, University of Texas in Austin This single-day workshop is being co-sponsored by IEEE Communications Society and IEEE Princeton Central Jersey Section. This will provide a unique forum for Architects, Developers, Testers, and Business Leaders as well as students and researchers from academia to be informed about the evolving landscape of Network Automation technologies, deployment use cases and business models and an opportunity to network and share their learnings and experiences. Following speakers are confirmed: * Nate Foster (Cornell University, Barefoot Networks) * Marina Thottan (VP, Nokia Bell Labs) * Robert Howald (VP, Comcast) * Sunil Maloo (AVP, AT&T) * Raj Jain (Professor, University of Washington, St. Louis) * Gustavo de Veciana (Professor, University of Texas, Austin) * Richard Dunsmore (Director, Fujitsu Network Communications) * Walter Willinger (CTO, NIKSUN) * Steven Wright (Chair VNF Project, ONAP) * Jeff Tantsura (IAB, CTO Apstra) * Balaji Subramaniam (Director, Ciena) * Raquel Morera (Fellow, Verizon) * Stuart Mackie (Director, Juniper Networks) * Brian Freeman (Fellow, AT&T) * Mehmet Toy (Fellow, Verizon) * Shaleen Saxena (Principal, Lumina Networks) Note: ComSoc members attend this summit for free! Seats are limited; join ComSoc today for less than the cost of attending this summit: https://www.ieee.org/membership-catalog/productdetail/showProductDetailPage.html?product=MEMCOM019 Location: 1 Ericsson Drive Piscataway, New Jersey United States 08854 For more information: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/186920 e-mail Deepak Kataria: Deepak {DOT} Kataria {AT} ip-junction {DOT} com

IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference

Princeton University, McDonnell Hall

SAVE THE DATE! The 9th IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference (ISEC) ISEC is known for featuring cutting-edge research and experiences with integrated approaches to the study of science, math, and technology through experiences and activities based in engineering and other design disciplines. Join the community dialogue on improving P-20 STEM education using integrative project and discovery based methods Register here (not via Meetup): http://ewh.ieee.org/conf/stem/register.html Conference Fees (valid through February 28, 2019) $145 IEEE members $180 Non-IEEE members (not covered by the other categories) $65 K-12 Teacher/Parent Authors and Undergraduate student authors $45 K-12 Teacher/Parent Non-Authors (attendees), Undergraduate student attendees, and K-12 student authors (poster and/or paper) $25 Guests accompanying authors (no conference materials) When: Saturday, March 16, 2019 Where: McDonnell Hall, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA Main conference website: http://ewh.ieee.org/conf/stem/index.html Call for authors: http://ewh.ieee.org/conf/stem/author.html For more information, e-mail: ieee {dot} isec {at} gmail {dot} com

2019 IEEE/ACM Information Technology Professional Conference at TCF (ITPC)

SAVE THE DATE! The 14th Annual IEEE / ACM Information Technology Professional Conference (ITPC) is fast approaching. Date: Friday March 22, 2019, 8:30am to 5:00pm Place: Education Building, The College of New Jersey, Ewing NJ Information: http://princetonacm.acm.org/tcfpro Call for Speakers is now open! http://princetonacm.acm.org/tcfpro/Call_for_Speakers_Flyer_ITPC_2019.pdf Cost: $135 (advance registration for professionals), $35 (advance registration for students and senior citizens) $150 at the door (Registration link will be posted when available.) Admission includes continental breakfast, lunch, and admission to the main Festival on Saturday. The Trenton Computer Festival (TCF) is the nation's longest running personal computer show and it is being held at The College of New Jersey. For the fourteenth year, the Trenton Computer Festival is extending its program to provide Information Technology and computer professionals with an additional day of conference. It is intended, in an economical way, to provide attendees with insight and information pertinent to their jobs, and to keep them informed of emerging technologies that could impact their work. For further information: dsoll {at} ieee {dot} org

Past events (77)

ACM / IEEE Computer Society: "Simulating Neutron Star Collisions"

Princeton University Computer Science Building

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