RSS Upcoming Virtual Events in Region 9

  • Presidents' Meeting 23/09/2021
    Each president gave a briefing regarding activities that will happen throughout the semester, as well as details and feedback about the events that have ocurred. 
  • A Primer on Wi-Fi 7: Objectives, Standardization, and Research 23/09/2021
    As hordes of data-hungry devices challenge its current capabilities, Wi-Fi strikes again with 802.11be, alias Wi-Fi 7. This brand-new amendment promises a (r)evolution of unlicensed wireless connectivity as we know it, unlocking access to gigabit, reliable and low-latency communications, and reinventing manufacturing and social interaction through digital augmentation. More than that, time-sensitive networking protocols are […]
  • WEBINAR: Nov 9 - "IEEE Blended Learning Platforms and WiFi courses" Sri Chandrasekaran 23/09/2021
    WEBINAR: Nov 9 - "IEEE Blended Learning Platforms and WiFi courses" Speaker: Sri Chandrasekaran, Senior Director Standards and Technology India IEEE Standard and Asociation   REGISTER (free): Event (Vtools):  
    Que tal chicos! RAS UTEC, UPC y UNI junto a EMBS UTEC y UPC se han unido para así traerles una línea de talleres orientados al deep learning. Los cuales se realizarán en forma de una cadena de talleres que estarán relacionados entre sí con el fin de prepararlos para la fecha principal en el […]
  • SEEKING WISDOM on Innovation for Inclusion, Leadership and Investment Readiness 23/09/2021
    What do you know about the Inter-American Lab's (BID LAB) work to driving innovation for inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean? Have you heard about the practical applications based on technology? What is LACChain?  Do you know what is the IEEE Day? Why celebrate it worldwide?  Leadership is a process of social influence, which […]

RSS IEEE Spectrum

  • COVID Breathalyzers Could Transform Rapid Testing
    Concert venues, international airports and even restaurants are increasingly asking patrons for a recent negative COVID-19 test before entering their premises. Some organizations offer to test people on the spot as they enter. But current COVID-19 testing options aren't convenient enough for the kind of mass daily screening that some businesses would like to implement. […]
  • Help Build the Future of Assistive Technology
    This article is sponsored by California State University, Northridge (CSUN). Your smartphone is getting smarter. Your car is driving itself. And your watch tells you when to breathe. That, as strange as it might sound, is the world we live in. Just look around you. Almost every day, there's a better or more convenient version […]
  • Portable Analyzer Brings Blood Testing to Rural Areas
    Blood tests are vital for detecting and monitoring disease, but they are most often done near more populated areas, where the samples can be analyzed in a laboratory. Seeing the need for a more transportable system that can analyze blood samples in rural and remote areas, two researchers in India have developed a new design […]
  • Brain-Inspired AI Will Enable Future Medical Implants
    Artificial intelligence can identify subtle patterns in data, which is particularly useful in medicine. So far, these have been offline processes—doctors perform a medical test, and data from the test is run through a software program after. A real-time process could allow doctors to identify and treat a medical problem much more quickly. One way […]
  • Pfizer’s Edge in the COVID-19 Vaccine Race: Data Science
    Pfizer dominated news headlines and family dinner conversations last December when it became the first company to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to the U.S. market. The pharma giant accomplished the feat in record time: less than a year after the disease was first identified.Integral to that effort was the work of Pfizer's informatics and digital […]


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