Instrument and Measurement Chapter -- IM09

Our Field of Interest is the science, technology and application of instrumentation and measurement.  Specifically, our Society fosters and promotes:
a)  the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical and electronics engineering, the allied branches of the engineering profession and the related arts and sciences;
b)  the advancement of the standing of its members;
c)  the continuing education of members;
d)  the compliance with  the  standards of ethical and professional conduct as  set  forth  in  the IEEE Code of Ethics, the IEEE Bylaws, and the IEEE Policy and Procedures Manual; and
e)  the  close  cooperation  and  exchange  of  technical  information  among members  and with other professional societies and individuals who share common interests, as set forth in the Society's Field of Interest.

 

What's Happening in I&M?

Upcoming Chapter Meetings

Please see below.

 

Instrumentation & Measurement Society
http://ieee-ims.org/

 

About the Twin Cities Chapter

OFFICERS:

· Chair: Jeff Paulson jeff.paulson@ieee.org

· Vice-chair: Scott Sandstrom ssandstrom@mchsi.com

· Secretary: Bob Whitney rwhitney@ieee.org

· Treasurer: Steve Petermann petermann.stephen.k@ieee.org

If you would like to start to receive our meeting notices via email: Send an email message to: jeff.paulson@ieee.org

Upcoming Chapter meetings

  • 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