- Wednesday, 2010JAN06,Section Elections and Presentation by Elmer Bourque
Milestone Presentation on Eel River HVDC, The first Solid State HVDC Station in the World - 1972
- Tuesday, 2010JAN26, Seminar by Dr. Wie Song
Heterogeneous Interworking for Multimedia QoS Provisioning. The next-generation wireless data communications
- Tuesday, 2010FEB23, Seminar by Dr. Adrian D. C. Chan
Biomedical Applications of electronic noses,
Seminar provides an overview of electronic nose technology.Electronic noses were developed
intially in the early eighties as a means of detecting and identifying odours.
- Tuesday, 2010MAR09, Seminar by Dr. Walid Morsi Ibrahim
Smart Grid: Objectives and challenges, presentation identifies the main objectives that represent the motivation
towards developing smart grid to replace the existing electric network.
- Friday, 2010MAR19, Seminar by Dr. Robert Setola
Critical Infrastructure Protection In Europe, seminar will illustrate the initiatives ongoing in Europe
to improve the protection and resiliency of critical infrastructure.
- Wednesday, 2010APR07, Seminar by Dr. Bill McIver
Using Municipal Broadband Wireless Networks to Deliver Advanced Municipal Services.
- Saturday, 2010JUN19, Eastern Canada Distinguished Lecture Tour by Dr Victor Leung
Mobile Agents for Autonomous Wireless Ad Hoc Networks: Overcoming propagation impairments
and interference, designs of wireless ad hoc networks are challenged by changing network
configurations due to node mobility.
- Saturday, 2010JUN25,Seminar by Dr. Jaeho Choi
Current Status of Microgrid Activities in Korea.
- Thursday, 2010OCT05Seminar by Dr.John Spray
Dr John Spray, Director of the Planetary and Space Science Centre at the University of New Brunswick, will give a talk about a projectile launched at the moon in an attempt to find water. He will discuss discoveries resulting from the information collected during this testing.
- Thursday,2010Nov18, Seminar by Mr. Paul Kearney
Unmanned Vehicle Systems (UVS): Addressed the value that ING Engineering brings to the Canadian UVS marketplace. He described ING Engineering's genesis, structure, current operations in Afghanistan, and the future of ING Engineering in Canada and in New Brunswick.
- Tuesday,2010Dec07, Seminar by Dr. Bruce Colpitts and his research group
Distributed optical fiber sensing is an emerging
technology suitable for infrastructure monitoring
and security applications where kilometer long
sensors are required. Sensing of temperature and
strain is fundamental while opportunities exist for
numerous derivative applications.