Joint Chapter of Communications, Information Theory, and Signal Processing Societies – Hamilton Section
IEEE Hamilton Section’s Joint Chapter incorporating the Communications, Information Theory, and Signal Processing societies was formed in 2007. The chapter holds events geared towards the members of these societies. This page provides details of the chapter. If you want to get involved in the activities of the chapter or want to suggest events that are of interest to the chapter membership, please contact the chair of the chapter.
|Meetings are now listed on the new Section website sites.ieee.org/hamilton/ using vTools
Meetings (New website)
(Please click on the links to get more details about the talk and presentation slides.)
|2008-Oct-23||Optical Wireless Research at the University of Warwick
by Professor Roger Green, The University of Warwick.
|20 February 2008||Parity-Forwarding Strategies for the Relay Channel
by Dr. Wei Yu of University of Toronto.
|19 November 2007||Cognitive Radio: Fundamental Issues and Research Challenges
The Chapter likes to thank Chery Gies, the Graduate Secretary of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, for all her help in local arrangements of the events.
|8 November 2007||Is SP BP?
|6 June 2007||CMOS Integrated Circuits for Ultra-Broadband Optical Wireless Communication|
(page updated 2021-Jun-15)