Women-in-STEM event @ CSW-2020

As a part of the Compound Semiconductor Week (CSW-2020) Dr. Qin Wang (RISE-Acreo) is organizing a Women-in-STEM symposium with a number of invited international speakers. The event is sponsored by IEEE Sweden Section and IEEE Photonics Society Sweden Chapter through IEEE Chapter Grants. The CSW 2020 venue is at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm on 17-21 May-2020… Read more

IEEE Seminar on “Power System Stabilizer: from theory to field tests” by Bengt Johansson, Power System Specialist, Solvina

200219 IEEE Seminar Bengt Johansson Power System Stabilizer IEEE Seminar on “Power System Stabilizer: from theory to field tests” by Bengt Johansson, Power System Specialist, Solvina Date: February 19, 2020 Time: 13.00-17:00 (coffee and refreshments will be available from 15:00) Location: Fredrik Lamm Room, E-buidling, Hörsalsvägen 11, Chalmers – Gothenburg. Registration (by FEB 17th, Max…. Read more

IEEE Sweden Newsletter Q4

Dear IEEE Members, We ended 2019 on a very high note, with the section getting a lot of focus and attention in Scandinavia and in the region 8, thanks to the IEEE Nordic SYP Congress, an event that brought all the Nordic and Baltic sections together. The event was co-hosted with Finland section on a… Read more

Women-in-STEM event @ CSW-2020

As a part of the Compound Semiconductor Week (CSW-2020) Dr. Qin Wang (RISE-Acreo) is organizing a Women-in-STEM symposium with a number of invited international speakers. The event is sponsored by IEEE Sweden Section and IEEE Photonics Society Sweden Chapter through IEEE Chapter Grants. The CSW 2020 venue is at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm on 17-21 May-2020… Read more

Linköping University Kick-Off with Pizza Lunch Seminar

On December the 16th we will be hosting a kick-off lunch seminar for the Linköping University Student Branch. There will be free pizza to enjoy while listening to senior IEEE member Ted Johansson give a talk on energy efficiency in wireless circuits. The event is being hosted by IEEE Sweden Section Vice-chair Andrei Gurtov who… Read more

Emerging electronic materials for future smart sensors

    Speaker: Assistant Professor Sten Vollebregt TU Delft, The Netherlands Abstract Current sensors in integrated circuits often utilize silicon as sensing material. However, for many applications this not necessarily results in the best sensor performance in terms of sensitivity, stability size, power consumption, etc. Because of this there has been a need for different… Read more