• Evolution of Maxwells Theory of Electromagnetism
    The objective is to illustrate how Maxwell came to his mathematical constructs of the work done before him by Oersted, Ampere, Faraday, Gauss and so on, into a concise and precise mathematical form. In addition, the presentation will address two specific topics which are fundamental in engineering electromagnetic education: how did Maxwell reached the conclusion light was electromagnetic in nature and thereby revolutionizing the last century physics and the concept of displacement current.
  • Smart Textile Computational Systems
    Intel Fellow and Director of New Devices group, Lakshman Krishnamurthy, discusses smart textile computational systems for wearable electronics. Wearable electronics have received considerable publicity for their potential applications in healthcare, fitness, defense, education, ubiquitous computing, gaming and entertainment. The panel will debate whether such trends represent a viable technology evolution for electronics, or whether this will remain a niche market, what is the future evolution of the field and what are the barriers to success.
  • Typical issues of wearable electronics examined prior to commercial products
    John L. Volakis of The Ohio State University discusses considerations for wearable electronics, such as its market potential, costs to bring to market, impact, funding, and preparing the consumer for your product. Wearable electronics systems must have elements of communications, data input/output, data processing and energy management.
  • Panel Session: Wearable Electronics – Fad or Future?
    Wearable electronics have received considerable publicity for their potential applications in healthcare, fitness, defense, education, ubiquitous computing, gaming and entertainment. Some recent products include for example Google Glass and smart watches, while future technologies are envisioned such as implantable systems for health monitoring, therapeutics, smart skin and other biocompatible applications based on fully flexible electronic circuitry. Such systems must have elements of communications, data input/output, data processing and energy management. The panel will debate whether such trends represent a viable technology evolution for electronics, or whether this will remain a niche market, what is the future evolution of the field and what are the barriers to success.
  • Inkjet-Printed Nanotechnology-Enabled Zero-Power Wireless Sensor Nodes for Smart Skin Applications
    Professor Manos M. Tentzeris of Georgia Tech discusses 3D integrated platforms and enabling technologies for the future of wearable electronics. Wearable electronics systems must have elements of communications, data input/output, data processing and energy management.
  • Maxwells Legacy: The Heart and Soul of the EM Discipline
    This presentation provides an examination of Maxwell’s original equations, their relationship to the set of equations that survived the transformation process affected by Heaviside, Fitzgerald, Lodge, and Hertz, and how these equations provide the foundation for analytical, design, and test activities within the scope and purview of the EM discipline and its practitioners.
  • Four scientists who saved Maxwells Theory
    Inspired by the work of Ørsted, Faraday, Ampre, and many others, Maxwell’s equations form the basis for our entire field. Maxwell’s work, in turn, inspired and enabled the development of quantum theory, relativity, and, indeed, all of modern physics. Newton said, “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” Maxwell is our giant.
  • IEEE Region 10 Congress 2015
    The Seventh IEEE R10 Student Congress 2015 will be organized by the IEEE R10 (Asia pacific) SAC Committee and IEEE Sri Lanka Section. This will be a great opportunity for student volunteers and Young Professionals from all the countries in Asia-Pacific to come to Sri Lanka, interact and get to know each other in a better way, technically, professionally and traditionally. The seventh R10 congress has been planned in a unique way to make it a life changing experience for every attendee, with an expected-attendance of around 300 participants from across Asia-Pacific. Hotel Galadari, one of the finest five star hotels in Sri Lanka, situated in the heart of Colombo will host the event from 9th to 12th of July.
  • Maxwells Equation – The Genesis
    Clerk Maxwell first published what we today call Maxwell’s equations in the Transactions of the Royal Society in January 1865. This session celebrates the 150th anniversary of that publication. Inspired by the work of rsted, Faraday, Ampre, and many others, Maxwell?s equations form the basis for our entire field. Maxwell’s work, in turn, inspired and enabled the development of quantum theory, relativity, and, indeed, all of modern physics. Newton said, If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. Maxwell is our giant.

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