[IEEE] Consumer Electronics Society, Santa Clara Valley "Pabellon Advances Nikola Tesla's Wireless Power Transfer Experiments To A New Level"03/22/2016 - 03/22/2016

Please Note the Change in Venue 

Meeting Place:

Santa Clara University - Guadalupe Hall, 3rd Floor FrugalHub (formerly Frugal Lab)

455 El Camino Real. Santa Clara, California 95053



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Meeting Time

March 22, 2016

Meetings start at 6:30pm with pizza & drinks. 

The talk starts at 7:00pm, and the meeting ends at 8:30PM.

Fees paid at door

Non-IEEE members $10

IEEE members - $5
IEEE CES and IEEE Student members - Free

Title:  Pabellon advances Nikola Tesla's wireless power transfer experiments to a new level
 
Alejandro (Alex) Rubin
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Born in Madrid , Spain. Multilingual/ multicultural upbringing.
Professional Experience
• Nuclear tandem mirror reactor (fusion) researcher under contract to Lawrence Livermore.
• Nuclear (fission) systems integrator at Bechtel.
• International Space Station systems architect for Lockheed.
• Life sciences (bio astronautics) leadership for Martin Marietta at NASA Ames.
• Systems Engineering Manager at Applied Materials (CMP).
• VP of Engineering and acting CEO for Pabellon.
Other
Founder of conservation group Rainforest.org and IN Music.
Abstract:

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“Pabellon was founded in 2012 by a team of Silicon Valley engineers and physicists. We R&D the technology of magnetic power and data transfer.
Based on transformation optics theory, our approach differs from conventional freespace “wireless”. We create magnetic fields that glide across surfaces to transform common objects into power and data buses”
We invite attendees to what-if the use cases when we meet and you see the demo close up.

 

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