10th EAI International Conference on IoT as a Service

Wuhan, Hubei, China

Call For Papers: The 10th International Conference on IoT as a Service, sponsored by EAI Research (European Alliance for Innovation) and in collaboration with IEEE Young Professionals Montreal is being organized in Wuhan - China. Topics of interest are as follows: Scope: 1. Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) 2. Industrial IoT 3. 6G & Satellite Internet 4. Marine IoT 5. Artificial Intelligence for AIoT 6. Security and Privacy for Smart IoT 7. Intelligent Sensing Technology 8. CV & NLP For complete author guideline and paper submission, please visit the conference page at: https://iotaas.eai-conferences.org/2024/submission/ Speaker(s): Qian Zhang, Shanzhi Chen Wuhan, Hubei, China

Vancouver TALK 26: Data Mining and Machine Learning for Analysis of Network Traffic

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/423177

Speaker: Ljiljana Trajkovic, Ph.D., P.Eng., FIEEE; Professor, School of Engineering Science, Simon Fraser University In this talk, the speaker will describe collection and analysis of data from various deployed communication networks and the Internet. We are interested in collections of traffic data during reported anomalies such as worms, viruses, power outages, and ransomware attacks. Modern machine learning techniques and tools used to classify such anomalies are described and evaluated. Registration is optional, but we want to know who to expect. 10:00 AM P.D.T. Suggest you log in at 9:45 AM (12:45 PM Montreal) to check connection and say hello. All IEEE members are welcome, especially those Life Members that don't have a local Affinity Group. We are looking for speakers for the rest of the year, contact Carl Zanon if interested. Speaker(s): Ljiljana Trajkovic Agenda: 9:45 AM Zoom opens 10:00 AM Welcome and speaker introduction 10:05 AM Speaker Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/423177

Soapbox Science Montréal 2024

Place des Fleurs-de-Macadam, , 962 Mont Royal Ave. E, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

(https://www.linkedin.com/feed/hashtag/?keywords=science&highlightedUpdateUrns=urn%3Ali%3Aactivity%3A7075163321456320512) takes over the streets of (https://www.linkedin.com/company/ville-de-montr-al/)! We are excited to present to you the 2nd edition of (https://www.linkedin.com/company/soapbox-science-montreal-sbs-mtl/) this upcoming Saturday, June 15 from 1 to 4 pm. Join us again in 2024 to discuss science for all age groups while taking in some fresh air. We are grateful for our partner and co-organizer (https://www.linkedin.com/company/c%C5%93ur-des-sciences/), and of course, our wonderful volunteers. Co-sponsored by: Soapbox Science Montreal Place des Fleurs-de-Macadam, , 962 Mont Royal Ave. E, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Some Aspects of Power Electronics: Gate Drivers

Room: T129, Bldg: Technology (T), 1380 Woodroffe Ave., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Admission: Free. Refreshments and light snacks offered. Registration Required. Abstract When a power electronics application is discussed, the most important parts are topology and switches (Si MOSFETs or IGBTs, SiC MOSFETs or JFET, or GaN HEMTs). However every switch requires a gate driver, a power amplifier that receives a low-power input from a controller and produces a high-current driving output for the gate of high-power switches. There are different type drivers: non isolated, level shifted and isolated; one driver, half and full bridge drivers or three drivers in one package. Some gate drivers have protection features such as fast short-circuit protection (e.g. DESAT), active Miller clamp, shoot-through protection, shutdown, and overcurrent protection, which make them well-suited for both silicon and wide-bandgap power devices. Selection of proper driver is also important. In this seminar different types of gate drivers and parameters that need to be taken in account when selecting of a gate driver will be discussed. Join Zoom Meeting https://algonquincollege.zoom.us/j/94158944861?pwd=TletsOSBh1T6dKtyCDaecWTRwtGH5L.1 Meeting ID: 941 5894 4861 Password: 683360 [] Speaker(s): , Tanya Room: T129, Bldg: Technology (T), 1380 Woodroffe Ave., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Machine Learning for more efficient robots

Room: EV 11.119, Bldg: EV Building, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 1M8

The Montreal Chapters of Control Systems (CS) and Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC) cordially invite you to attend the following in-person talk by Dr. Sidney Givigi, Associate Professor in the School of Computing at Queen’s University. Co-sponsored by: Concordia University Speaker(s): Dr. Sidney Givigi Room: EV 11.119, Bldg: EV Building, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 1M8