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Instrumentation and Measurement Chapter
This page lists the related Society (or Societies if a joint Chapter) and the word "Society" is a link to that Society's web site. In addition to listing upcoming events, past events are also listed for reference as members have indicated they like to see what has happened in the past. If you would like to attend an updated version of a prior event, please contact the Chapter chair.

A Joint Chapter of: IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
Chapter Chair Maryam ,
Chapter Secretary Volunteer needed
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Upcoming Events
Feb 3, 2015 Self-Powered Wireless Sensor Networks for Environmental Monitoring: Design and Implementation Challenges
Past Events († indicates event photos added)
July 4, 2014 Robotics and Automation: Theory & Practice
June 17, 2014 Disasters, Dogs and Robots - An Introduction to Computational Public Safety
February 12, 2014 Automating Machine Learning with Bayesian Optimization
December 23 - 24, 2013 International Symposium on Instrumentation & Measurement, Sensor Network and Automation (IMSNA)
October 30, 2013 COMSOL Multiphysics Seminar
June 25, 2009 Test Challenge and Solution in High-speed IO
June 14, 2007 Printed Circuit Board Design Trends, Embedded Passives
October 18, 2005 Time-of-flight LIDAR and application seminar
October 21 - 24, 2003 IEEE 2003 Sensors Conference in Toronto
October 23, 2003 Conditioning Sensor Signals for Data Converter Applications conference seminar - [slides PDF, PPT]
June 05, 2003 Designing Sensor Signal Conditioning With Programmable Analog ICs [PPT] IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society , [slides PDF]
January 29, 2003 Industrial Ethernet - Issues and Requirements IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society / IEEE Communications Society Joint-Sponsored Lecture [PDF]
March 28, 2002 The Critical Success Factors: What Distinguishes Winning Businesse In Product Development seminar
March 14, 2002 The Intel/Analog Devices Micro Signal Architecture: A 300MHz dual-MAC DSP Architecture for Next Generation Handheld Applications seminar [slides PDF]
January 23, 2002 Project Management For Project Success seminar [PPT , PDF]
November 14, 2001 Active Networks: Applications, Routing and Implementation Communications Society / Instrumentation & Measurement Society lecture web site
October 25, 2001 Protecting Your Company and Your Ideas: An Introduction To Intellectual Property Law For Engineers lecture
October 11, 2001 From Concept to Market for Inventors and Entrepreneurs: Lessons from the Trenches seminar [slides PDF part 1 , part 2]
March 22, 2001 Time-Frequency Analysis: A "Better" Fourier Analysis (Application to Knee-Joint Sound Signal Analysis) seminar [PDF]
November 6, 2000 Next Generation of Wireless Telemedicine Systems - Emerging Trends & Technologies seminar
October 18, 2000 Protecting Your Ideas ??? An Introduction to Intellectual Property Law for Engineers seminar [PDF]
April 4, 2000 Why is Texas Smarter than Ontario in Automobile Exhaust Monitoring? seminar
March 16, 2000 The Critical Success Factors: What Distinguishes Winning Businesses in Product Development seminar [PDF]
February 17, 2000 Challenges in Physiological Signal Acquisition: Electrocardiogram and Blood Pressure Measurements seminar
January 20, 2000 Ion-mobility Spectrometry Development and Challenges seminar)
December 1, 1999 Reasons and Methods for Qualification of Instruments seminar [PDF ]
February 1, 1999 Technology Development in Support of Bragg Fiber Optic Sensing seminar

Modern instruments provide a fertile ground for application of the latest sensing, communications, computing and signal processing technologies and techniques. Also, the development of an instrument presents significant non-technical challenges as well, such as identifying and protecting intellectual property, managing the product life cycle, and eliciting and capturing the requirements of the end user, to name a few.

Motivated by these challenges, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Toronto Chapter, Instrumentation & Measurement Society (IMS) schedules seminars and workshops on topics of interest to engineers involved in all aspects embedded systems development.

IMS seminars are presented at Ryerson Polytechnic University, located in downtown Toronto. A Mississauga location will be added this year, for greater convenience to our members in the GTA. Attendance is open to all interested professionals and students (space permitting).

Educational Themes

Systems Engineering (Best Practices)
Innovation & Product Development (Best Practices)
Fundamental Techniques and Technologies used in Modern Instruments

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