IEEE Foothill Members Invited to CLASTECH meeting on October 25, 2013
|September 13, 2013||Posted by COMauthor under COMSOC, MTT/APS||
Attention: All IEEE Foothill Section members, and student members,who are involved in or just interested in the Electromagnetics Arena (to include antennas, propagation of electromagnetic waves, microwave theory and techniques and related technical disciplines):
Our friends in the IEEE Coastal LA Section are conducting their CLASTECH Symposium again this year on the last Friday in October. As in past years we can expect over 150 attendees from throughout the LA region to assemble for an all-day series of interesting and informative sessions. A number of exhibitors will be on hand to show and describe their hardware, measurement and software analyses tools to solve many problems in these areas. All this, together with an opportunity to meet and greet your technical associates in the RF area, make this a recommended meeting for all to attend.
Coastal LA Section Presents CLAS TECH Symposium and Exhibition APS and MTT meeting
Friday, October 25, 2013
Hacienda Hotel, 525 N. Sepulveda Blvd. (just a few blocks south of LAX; parking is available at the hotel)
El Segundo CA, 90245
The 2013 CLASTECH Symposium and Exhibition will include two tracks with 5 technical sessions, and table top exhibits. A buffet lunch will be provided.
To get the ½ price fee ($15), register on-line and ensure that you get lunch, please register before October 21. Onsite registration will be $30.
Here is a link to the registration page http://clastech2013.eventbrite.com
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Antenna Speakers, and their Presentation topics:
“Design and analysis of large ground-station antennas, with special emphasis on fast computation of the strut scattering,” by Hans-Henrik Viskum, TICRA
“Active, Nonlinear, and Anisotropic Artificial Impedance Surfaces,” by Dan Sievenpiper, UCSD
“The Novelties of a Reflectarray Antenna: A Legitimate Child of a Reflector and an Array Antenna,” by Yahya Rahmat-Samii, UCLA
“Recent Developments for High Power Full Wave Microwave Simulations: Multipaction and Time Dependent Conductivity,” by Martin Schauer, CST of America
“Spherical Near Field Measurements on Stationary AUT (Antenna Under Test) with Dynamic Multi-beam T/R Agility,” by Greg Hindman, Nearfield Systems, Inc
Microwave Speakers, and their Presentation topics:
“Graphene Electronics: Opportunities and Challenges”, by Jeong-sun Moon, HRL Laboratories
“New Fully Integrated Terahertz Transceivers in CMOS” by Payam Heydari, University of California, Irvine
“GaN Power Amplifiers and Power Combining Techniques at Millimeter-Wave Frequencies” by James Schellenberg, QuinStar Technology
“What’s New in Digital Pre-Distortion?” by John Wood, Maxim Integrated Products
“Terahertz Imaging Radar” by Ken Cooper, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
For further information on this meeting, please contact Charlie Jackson, CLASTECH Symposium Chair at email listed above, or Frank G Freyne at email@example.com. Our Foothill members will note that we had Dr John Huang from NASA JPL give us a detailed presentation on Reflectoarrays some time ago. At this meeting Professor Yahya Ramit-Samii from UCLA will give his further views on this subject.