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DL LECTURER RESCHEDULING ANNOUNCEMENT
We apologize that Alpesh Bhobe experienced technical difficulties during his talk on November 19th and was unable to deliver his lecture on High-Frequency EMC Design Verification through EM Simulations and Measurements in a Reverberation Chamber”.

He has agreed to deliver his talk on
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
at 6:00 - 7:30 PM, China Standard Time
(5:00 - 6:30 AM EST)
Seungyoung Ahn’s lecture on
“Semiconductor Electromagnetic Compatibility Modeling for Power Devices and Packages"
will be rescheduled for a later date.
Please watch for announcements.
THE EMC SOCIETY DISTINGUISHED LECTURER SERIES
The EMC Society's Distinguished Lecturer (DL) Program provides speakers on various aspects of electromagnetic compatibility for EMC Society chapter meetings and similar functions. Since we have been unable to schedule lectures at in-person chapter meetings, we are providing an opportunity to learn virtually from our experts on their respective topics of interest.
High-Frequency EMC Design Verification through EM Simulations and Measurements in a Reverberation Chamber
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
6:00 - 7:30 PM, China Standard Time
(5:00 - 6:30 AM EST)
Presentation Title: 
High-Frequency EMC Design Verification through EM Simulations and Measurements in a Reverberation Chamber

Speaker: Alpesh Bhobe, Cisco Systems, Inc, San Jose, CA, USA

Abstract: This presentation will cover three-dimensional (3D) EM simulation techniques to analyze radiation characteristics of various electrical and mechanical components used on printed circuit board (PCB) and electronic chassis. The talk will cover several examples such as optical connectors (SFP+, QSFP, etc.), “special” EMI features on a chassis, heat sinks, air-vent structure as well as gasket and absorbing materials that are verified in simulation and measurements from 1-40 GHz.
Dr. Alpesh U. Bhobe is a Sr. Manager at CISCO Systems in San Jose, California. He is highly experienced and an accomplished professional providing leadership and vision on design for EMC and equipment grounding for various high-end routers and switches at Cisco Systems. He has a proven record of developing innovative 3D-EM simulation and measurement methodologies to analyze and improve component level EMI performance as well as system level transient phenomenon by improving localized and system grounding. He developed guidelines of EMI mitigation techniques and optimized the performance of EMI solution devices based on effective grounding principles. He has expert knowledge and insights on various numerical methods of EMs, theory and principles of grounding and configurations, EMI shielding, radiated and conducted emissions of analog and digital circuits, ESD, filtering and transient suppression, common-mode coupling, RF absorbing, EMC for PCB, switching power supplies, I/O connectors and cable assemblies. He obtained his MASc and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (2003) from University of Colorado at Boulder and Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Electrical Engineering from University of Mumbai, India.
All lectures are presented live and the DLs will be available for live Q&A.
Michael McInerney
November 24
6-7:30 PM EST
Facility/Building EM Shielding and Grounding
DV Giri
December 3
11AM-12:30 PM EST
Therapeutic and Diagnostic Uses of EM Energy in Emerging Medical Technologies
Marcos Rubinstein
December 8
6-7:30 PM Central European Time
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