Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Tuesday, 9/28, THz Technology for Space and Earth Applications

We are very excited to bring you Peter de Maagt, who is from the Antenna and Submillimetre Wave Section of The European Space Agency. Peter is flying to Boston from the Netherlands to speak to us about Terahertz Technology for Space and Earth Applications.

Here is a link to Peter's abstract, bio, and further information:

This meeting will be co-sponsored by AESS, Photonics, and GRSS societies. Meeting will be held at the MIT/LL Cafeteria at 6pm on 9/28. Coffee, soda, cookies, and apples will be served.

Please join us for this fascinating talk and help welcome Peter to Boston. Feel free to invite your friends.

Hope to see you there,
Greg, Chair AP-S Boston Section

IEEE Boston Fall 2010 Continuing Education Program, a must-read

Want to expand your knowledge of engineering, EM, radar systems, embedded systems, and other advanced topics?

Check out the IEEE Boston Continuing Education Program.

Topics include: Embedded/advanced embedded Linux, RF and uWave fundamentals, Analog filter design, RF PCB design, Radar basics, PLL design, Multi-Sensor Nav and Tracking, and many others.

This is a great way to quickly get up to speed on any one of these topics. We are fortunate to have such tutorials readily available to us in the Boston area, i hope that our members take advantage of the IEEE Boston Continuing Education Program.

Greg, Chair AP-S Boston

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in Boston, September 20-23

Hi everyone

For those of you who develop complete radar, radiometer, and other
measurement systems you might want to consider attending the Embedded
Systems Conference (ESC) in Boston, September 20-23 at the Hynes
Convention center:

The technical program is particularly interesting, where you actually
build your own embedded systems:

Hope to see you there!


Other announcements:

Don't forget to register for 2010 International Symposium on Phased
Array Systems & Technology. We have discussed the awesome technical
program this year, the free student event, and the fascinating
tutorial sessions. If you haven't already please register because the
registration rates increase on Sept 10: http://www.array2010.org/registration.html

6:00 PM, Tuesday, 28 September
We are pleased to bring you: Terahertz Technology for Space and Earth
Presented by Peter de Maagt, Antenna and Submillimetre Wave Section,
Electromagnetics & Space Environments Division, European Space Agency

Have a great week,
Greg, Chair AP-S Boston

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

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Hi everyone,

Support your local IEEE Chapter by registering for the 2010 IEEE
International Symposium on Phased Array Systems & Technology, in
Waltham MA October 12-15, 2010. The more of us who attend the more
likely it will be that the next one is held in the Boston area.

The technical program is excellent:

The tutorial sessions are a no-miss:

There is a free student event for any students who are interested in
learning about phased array design as a career path:

And the plenary session will provide a glimpse into the future of
phased array systems:

To register start here:

Please let me know if you have any questions, i am a Chair on the
conference committee. Please spread the word to your friends too.

See you later this month for Peter de Maagt's talk on THZ technology.

Greg, Chair AP-S Boston