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Upcoming Section Meetings

Twin Cities Section Meeting - TWIN CITIES SECTION on 30-March-2017

Join us for our first Section Meeting for 2017. All Section members are invited to attend.  It's a great opportunity to hear some technical presentations, learn about upcoming events and network with fellow members.  This month the presentations include El Nolley, Curt McNamara and Stephen Thompson discussing the Twin Cities Section Study Groups, and Karen Galuchie discussing the IEEE Foundation.  A lite meal will be provided.

Posted on: 2/23/2017 01:00:35 AM

 

An Integrated Approach for Implantable Medical Devices Fatigue Reliability Test - TWIN CITIES RL07 CHAPTER on 13-June-2017

Implantable Medical Devices Fatigue Reliability Test

Posted on: 2/6/2017 07:04:29 AM

 

Design of Experiments and Reliability - TWIN CITIES RL07 CHAPTER on 16-May-2017

Design of Experiments and Reliability

Posted on: 2/6/2017 07:00:45 AM

 

S/DFMEAs using Boundary Diagrams & Feedback Loops - TWIN CITIES RL07 CHAPTER on 18-April-2017

S/DFMEAs using Boundary Diagrams & Feedback Loops

Posted on: 2/6/2017 06:57:47 AM

 

2017 IEEE International Symposium on MeMeA (Medical Measurements and Applications) - TWIN CITIES IM09 CHAPTER on 08-May-2017

 

 

You are invited to submit papers for the 12th Annual IEEE International Symposium on MeMeA (Medical Measurements and Applications) to be held at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, USA. The symposium will include papers that advance the science of measurement and instrumentation as related or applied to medicine. This includes electrical, chemical and physiological sensors and systems which deliver measurement data for prevention, diagnosis or treatment of disease.

Symposium Topics

  • Sensors for medical systems / Sensor fusion and calibration
  • Biosignal processing
  • Imaging and communication
  • Measurement and quality control for medical products
  • Environmental medicine and home automation for disability, disease, and aging
  • Patient safety
  • Internet of Things (IoT) in medicine
  • Medical and Instrumentation uncertainty

Tutorials are proposed for May 7th

 

Please see http://memea2017.ieee-ims.org/ for more details.

Posted on: 8/9/2016 01:59:39 PM