Filed under: Career, Consulting, Los Angeles Council
This session is open only to IEEE members. Lunch will be provided.
About the Speaker
Bob Gauger, P.E. is the IEEE USA Consultants Network Coordinator. Bob has been an independent consultant for over 20 years. He consults in reliability and availability engineering, prediction, failure analysis, risk assessment, and related fields. Full bio on LinkedIn.
- Cameron’s Seafood Restaurant, 1978 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107
- 10am-12pm Saturday, 25 June 2011
- Eremita Miranda, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Include your IEEE membership number in your RSVP
Scientist have been studying Atmospheric and solid Earth processes for decades. These studies have been based on the data available from the airborne and ground sensors. In order to create global models of the Earth processes science data at a global scale is required. Most efficient and comprehensive data at global scale can only be acquired from space via Earth orbiting satellites. NASA is in the process of deploying several Earth orbiting satellites with remote sensing Radar instruments. These satellites will map the Earth’s processes at relatively short time scales. This will allow scientists to model and study Earths Atmospheric and solid processes.
In this talk a high level overview of NASA’s current and planned Remote Sensing Radar missions will be provided. Detailed topics will be discussed based on the interest of the audience.
About the Speaker
Momin Quddus works at Jet propulsion Laboratories where he is involved in the development of a Radar instrument for a current mission. He is also involved in the formulation of a future remote sensing radar mission. Prior to JPL Momin designed and developed CDMA and TDMA mobile phones at Motorola and NEC. Prior to that he worked for a avionics equipment manufacturer where he designed antennas and subsystems for Military and commercial aircrafts. Momin received his MSEE degree from FAU and BSEE degree from University of Texas. He received his PE certification in State of Florida. Momin has a patent on a antenna design for wireless devices. He serves as an Officer in MTTS Chapter and IEEE Buenaventura Section.
- 6:30 pm reception, networking; 7pm presentation Wed. June 15 2011
- Ciao Wireless, 4000 Via Pescador, Camarillo, CA 93012
IEEE Power & Energy Society
IEEE PES will be hosting a symposium which will highlight the innovative energy technologies and companies behind engineering of the smart grid. This planning meeting is to provide members and non members with progress updates and offer an opportunity to contribute their ideas into executing this prestigious event. Members and Non Members are invited to attend. Admission is free.
Tuesday June 7, 2011 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
6:30 PM Pizza, Refreshments/Networking
7:00 PM Presentation
Please RSVP at email@example.com
Newbury Park Branch Library
2331 Borchard Road
Newbury Park, CA 91320
Mr. Bridge Carney
IEEE PES Chair
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