2012 Fall Section Conference

The Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Society presents:

ARRL and Real World EMC Problems

 

Speaker:  Ed Hare - W1RFI

Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Registration Opens at 4:30 PM, This Presentation is at 5:00 PM

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Location: Fairlane Campus - U of M Dearborn (Map Code FCN)

University of Michigan
School of Management
Fairlane Center
North - Room TBD
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126

Driving Directions

Information for this event online at: http://ewh.ieee.org/r4/se_michigan/Fall2012/

 

The Technical presentation $15 for members and $25 for non-members.
If you are staying to see the keynote speaker and dinner, there is a  charge (see table below).

 

Link to Registration: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_view/list_meeting/13515

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Meeting Agenda:

Registration Opens 1 September, 2012.

Early Full Registration ends October 21, 2012.

Late Full Registrations ends November 1, 2012.

Tech Only Registration is open until the evening of the Conference.

Note: Technical Sessions Only fees include both technical speaker tracks, refreshments and networking with display tables, student poster papers & refreshments. (See Conference web site for Technical Speakers details.)

Full Registration includes all the above, plus Dinner and our Keynote Speaker.

 

Conference Attendee Fees:.........................Tech_Only.....Early_Full......Late_Full

 

Students/Retired/Unemployed (Members)........$10.00.........$25.00..........$35.00

Members ..........................................................$15.00.........$45.00..........$60.00

Non Members ...................................................$25.00.........$60.00..........$70:00

 

Activities:

4:30pm - 5:00pm (Sign In)

Networking with Vendor Tables / University Tables / Student Posters and Refreshments.

 

5:00pm - 7:30pm Sponsor Tables, Student Posters, Networking

5:00pm - 6:00pm  Technical Track C (Ed Hare's Talk takes place in this track.)

6:00pm - 7:00pm 2nd Technical Track (Speaker and topic details on the conference web site.)

7:30pm - 8:15pm Dinner, Recognition, Sponsor Recognition

8:15pm - 9:00pm Keynote Presentation

9:30pm - Adjourn

Abstract:

ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio, helps the Amateur Radio Service address EMC problems. In this presentation, Ed Hare, W1RFI, ARRL's Laboratory Manager, explains the many different ways that ARRL helps do this. Its help for amateurs also extends into helping industry resolve interference problems, from the creation of good industry standards to the development of case-by-case solutions should problems still occur. .

Biography:

Ed Hare, W1RFI, is employed by ARRL, the National Association for Amateur Radio. With 16 years experience in the electronics industry, he came to ARRL HQ in 1986. He started as ARRL’s "Product Review" test engineer, moved on to becoming ARRL’s "RFI guru" (notice his call!) and he now holds the position of Laboratory Manager. Over the years he has written quite a number of EMC articles, ranging from articles for QST and the "ARRL Handbook" to articles about the practical aspects of EMC that have appeared in professional trade journals. He is also one of the editors and authors of the ARRL "RFI Book" and the author of the ARRL's book on RF exposure, "RF Exposure and You." He is very active in several EMC programs at ARRL, holding voting membership on the IEEE EMC Society Standards Development Committee as elected Secretary, the ANSI accredited C63® Committee as the Vice Chair of the immunity subcommittee, the IEEE P1775 BPL EMC committee and others, representing ARRL and the interests of Amateur Radio as industry standards are developed. He is a member of the IEEE Standards Association, the IEEE EMC Society, the Communications Society and the Power and Energy Society. His personal Amateur Radio operating interest is low-powered CW, where Ed’s motto is, “Five Watts is a Lot of Power!” He is presently doing work on HF using 10 milliwatts, reporting having made contact with 30 states from New England.

Ed Hare - W1RFI

 

 

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4:30pm Registration Student
Posters
5pm-7pm
Technical Program
  Technical 
Track A
Technical 
Track B
Technical 
Track C
Technical 
Track D
5pm-6pm Detection of Anthropogenic Signals of Below Thermal Noise Power
Dr. Rodger D. De Roo

Chapter 6
Vision Guided Robotics (VGR) for Manufacturing
Adil Shafi

Chapter 5
ARRL and Real World EMC Problems
Ed Hare

Chapter 8
Sliding Mode Observer Design Robotics Automotive
Dr. Giscard Kfoury

Chapter 12
6pm-7pm Sensor Interfaces: Interfacing with Human Body
Dr. Selcuk Talay

Chapter 1
A Hierarchical Framework for Audio Forensics
Dr. Hafiz Malik

Chapter 16
SOC for Lithium Battery
Dr. ZhiWei He

Chapter 7
Smart Materials for Smart Microsystems
Prof. Nelson Sepúlveda

Chapter 17
7pm-7:30pm Networking, Student Posters, and Sponsor Tables
7:30pm-8pm Dinner, Awards Ceremony, Speaker Recognition, Sponsor Recognition
8pm-9pm Keynote Address: "Unique Vehicles: Submarines that Fly"