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22 meetings

Title:
Industry Applications - Training Electricians in Portland
Date:
February 26th
5:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
NECA IBEW Training Center
Portland
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

The officers of the Oregon/SW Washington Chapter of the Industry Applications Society invite you to join us Wednesday evening, February 26, 2020 for our dinner, meeting and technical presentation.  We appreciate the support of all who attend our dinners and presentations.  We will be meeting this month at the NECA IBEW Training Center, 16021 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97230. This location is easy to access by car from Interstate 205 at the Airport Way EAST exit or from Interstate 84E at the 122nd exit or 84W at the 181st exit.

The cost will be with food from Slick’s Big Time Barbeque (Pulled Pork, Beef Brisket, Coleslaw, Baked Beans, Corn Bread and all the fixins, Iced Tea/Sodas). Please let us know of any dietary restrictions when you register.  There is no charge to attend the presentation only.  Our IAS Chapter always offers free dinners for local PSU, OSU, George Fox, U of P, OIT and WSUV Electrical Engineering Students who attend our meetings. This is an excellent networking opportunity for students as our meetings are attended by many professionals in consulting, industrial engineering and electrical equipment manufacturing.

Title:
Leadership in Engineering and Technology: Balancing structured development with the open-ended research
Date:
February 25th
11:00 AM (2 hours)
Location:
RA1
Hillsboro
Abstract:

his talk will cover ideas on balancing the rigor of formal process controls with the creativity needed for new product innovation.  How do teams develop and maintain an active process for evaluating emerging and adjacent technologies and how these technologies can be incorporated into both existing and new products.

There are two key ingredients for success in this area.  One is on the organization framework with establishing clear development and research processes and expectations.  The second aspect is motivating the team and giving them the tools to succeed.  While specific approaches and tools depend greatly on the specific technology and company culture, there are several global considerations that a successful team needs to align on.  These include areas like why have development strategies in place, how to drill for new ideas, and what are the signs of issues lurking.

Title:
PSU IEEE Students - Tech Talks - Intro to Product Engineer
Date:
February 25th
10:00 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Fourth Avenue Building
Portland
Abstract:

An Introduction to Product Engineering

Come join the PSU IEEE Student group Tuesday Feb. 25th, 2020 at the Fourth Avenue Building room 60-19 (map) from 10-11am.

This will be a technology talk given by Michael Knippert. He’s a longtime member of IEEE with over 30 years of experience in the electronics industry. He currently works in High Speed I/O with the R&D division at Lattice Semiconductor and will be talking about Product Engineering and how todays technological ideas become a reality.

If you’ve ever wanted to know what it takes to design a real-world product or how to measure the success of that product, then this is the tech talk for you!

Coffee and snacks will be provided.

Title:
Engineers Week 2020 - World of Speed Makers Fair
Date:
February 22nd
12:00 PM (4 hours)
Location:
World of Speed
Wilsonville
Abstract:

Please join Women in Engineering at the fourth annual Makers’ Fair at World of Speed during Engineering Week. This exciting event showcases the coolest creations from area makers, along with some fun, hands-on STEM activities that put you in the maker seat. From robotics to race cars, explore the latest and greatest technology advances at World of Speed. 

Title:
Engineers Week 2020 - Overclock 'till You Drop
Date:
February 21st
6:00 PM (10 hours)
Location:
Graf Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

Celebrate the 2020 Engineers Week with OSU Overclocking! Ever dream of making your own computer? Learning about heat transfer and cooling? Machining and building custom computer parts? Join us in our traditional all night event  and learn how to overclock a professional rig or your personal computer.

Overclock ‘till you drop is a club tradition and where many of our best members started out, This is a great opportunity to jump in to the club and learn in a casual situation. Rigs will include two liquid nitrogen cooled and one closed loop.

All majors and abilities welcome! Pizza, drinks, snacks, and overclocking expertise will be provided.

Title:
Engineer's Week 2020 - Aardvark Science Expo (ASE)
Date:
February 21st
7:30 AM (13 hours)
Location:
SPARCĀ (Sports & Recreation Center)
Portland
Abstract:

      

Title:
YP PNW Summit - Planning Meeting
Date:
February 18th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Starbucks
Hillsboro
Abstract:

Planning meeting for the YP PNW Summit to be held in Portland.

Title:
Engineers Week 2020 - Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream with OSU Overclocking
Date:
February 18th
5:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Graf Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

Join OSU Overclocking in celebrating 2020 Engineering Week! Join us for a lab tour, liquid nitrogen overclocking demo, and free liquid nitrogen ice cream!

Title:
Oregon - Comparing PCB Surface Finishes and Their Assembly Process Compatibility
Date:
February 18th
4:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Axiom Electronics
Hillsboro
Abstract:

Date: February 18, 2020
Time: 4:00-7:00PM
Place: Axiom Electronics [9845 NE Eckert Drive Suite 200, Hillsboro, OR 97006 ]
Speaker: Rob Rowland, Operations Engineering Manager, Axiom Electronics

Register here or RSVP to SMTA directly:

https://www.smta.org/chapters/rsvp.cfm?BEE_ID=4837&BULK_EMAIL_NO=1

 

Title:
February 2020 OSU PES SBC General Meeting
Date:
February 18th
1:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Dearborn Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

Time: Tuesday, February 18th, 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Location: WESRF Lab (Dearborn Hall Basement 002)

Agenda of the General Meeting:- Presentation of GFR Inverter Project- Report about Chapter affairs- Discuss future events and plans


Undergraduate researchers Trenton Kilgore and Wiley Braun will present the GFR inverter project.

It is a great time for you to learn more about us and our work, and to explore how you can get more involved in the SBC. We will talk about the happenings of past months, and will be discussing and planning upcoming SBC events. Come, join us!

Title:
Preparing for the Worst: Improving Community Energy Resilience with Microgrids
Date:
February 18th
12:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Lloyd Center Tower
Portland
Abstract:

Adam has worked for the Oregon Department of Energy as a Senior Policy Analyst since 2016 where he’s the lead for issues related to the Bonneville Power Administration and public power, and has focused on substantive issues related to grid integration, energy markets, resource adequacy, and energy resilience. Previously he managed the UC Energy Institute, worked on renewable energy procurement at the California PUC, and served as the Wayne Morse Legal Fellow for U.S. Senator Ron Wyden.

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section - Social Media Training
Date:
February 17th
5:15 PM (1.2 hours)
Location:
Meet online
Hillsboro
Abstract:
IEEE Oregon Section invites you to join this WebEx meeting. IEEE Oregon Section - Social Media TrainingMonday, February 17, 20205:15 pm  |  (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)  |  1 hr Join WebEx meeting
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Meeting number:594 160 218Meeting password:training
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Title:
OIT SB - Engineer's Week LAM Research Tour
Date:
February 17th
1:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
21000 SW 115th Ave
Tualatin
Abstract:

A tour of the LAM Research campus with a portion of the tour spent in the clean rooms. This tour also allows for the meeting and greeting between current engineering students and engineers employed in the field. 

Title:
PSU SB Winter Social - Intro to Rock Climbing
Date:
February 13th
4:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
1800 SW 6th Ave
Portland
Abstract:

Intro to Rock Climbing

Come get your fitness on with the PSU IEEE Student group this Thursday Feb. 13th, 2020 at the Portland State University Recreation Center (map) from 4-6pm.

We will attend the Rock Climbing 101 class offered by ASRC then show our skills on the indoor climbing wall. Equipment is provided by the PSU Rec Center and you are allowed one non-student guest so bring your family or friends! Entry for non-student IEEE members will be provided.

This is a beginner class so no experience necessary. If you’ve never used the climbing gym then you’ll need to watch a 5 min safety video beforehand.

Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section Meeting/Engineer's Week Celebration NO COST BUT YOU MUST REGISTER; DO NOT BRING A GUEST
Date:
February 11th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
1012 SW Morrison Street
Portland
Abstract:

Our February Section Meeting will be in recognition of Engineer's Week!  This is BY INVITATION ONLY, and please do not bring a guest.

You can order off of the menu, which has vegetarian and gluten-free options, so there is no need to specify any dietary restrictions.

Title:
Teaching FTC high schools students Tensorflow Lite and Model Training Strategies
Date:
February 10th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Axiom Electronics
Beaverton
Abstract:
I tweaked this seminar to strengthen model training.
 It is reasonably straight forward to teach high school students how to leverage a pre-leaned Tensorflow Lite Models. That is, assuming that they are familiar with implementing autonomous programs in Java for FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge). What is surprising is that some teams take the next step to reteach the supplied model to improve its performance and to enable their gaming strategy. This is not straight forward. It requires developing inferencing strategies and training their own models. This seminar will investigate a strategy for approaching this year’s competition, outlining the tools required to train a model to accomplish it and show how to write programs to utilize trained models. It is targeted at anyone interested in using Android Tensorflow Lite in FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) competitions, learning about what you can do to take it further and introducing machine learning. We’ll potentially leave the detailed training process for a later time.  Dr. Edward Epp created 6 machine learning high school robotics workshops impacting 95 students and their mentors. The materials included demos, Tensorflow Lite code walkthroughs, hands-on programming exercises, identifying machine learning limitations, convolutions and other machine learning internals  We know that Machine Learning is an important technical skill. LinkedIn identified the Machine Learning Engineer as one of the five top emerging jobs in 2018. It is his hope that attending TensorFlow and machine learning experts are also interested in exploring connections between machine learning and STEM. For example, convolutions reinforce fundamental array manipulation and image representations. This is a link to one of the 6 workshops Ed presented:https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/207937.   Photo credit: Gavin and Albert from Benson Polytechnic High School FTC team 187
Title:
Graduate Student Seminar - Robin Garg - Beam forming and Beam-Space IF Interfaces
Date:
February 10th
10:00 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
3057 KEC School of EECS
Corvallis
Abstract:

Introduction to phased arrays and beamforming and literature review of MIMO beamforming architectures

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section WIE Book Club Meeting
Date:
February 6th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Meet Online
Abstract:

Download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system

Monthly: https://oregontechonline.zoom.us/meeting/u5YucuGrpjIprj_Ubr_TFGcmIhFKkjKDdA/ics?icsToken=8151725cfd9b23b232af09cf87798a91a4b7c44b110c62a06c375b542abee5e9

Title:
Core ExComm Check-in - Feb
Date:
February 5th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
111 SW 5th Avenue
Portland
Abstract:

The Oregon Section Core ExComm (Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer) meets most 1st Wednesday to discuss Section's topics before the full ExComm meeting with the Chapter Chairs.

Title:
Oregon IEEE Consultants' Monthly Meeting
Date:
February 4th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
TEK
Beaverton
Abstract:

FEBRUARY ORCNET MEETING

Meeting date Tuesday, Feb 4th, 2020.

 

We will be providing PIZZA, salad and drinks for everyone.

Please RSVP so that we know how much food to bring and if you have any requests for the type of PIZZA.

 

PIZZA will be hot and ready for you to eat at 6PM.

 

We will also be able to tour the museum while you are there.


WHAT -

Speaker at 4 Feb OrcNet details:

Speaker: Peter E Perkins, PE

                              IEEE Life Fellow

                              IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society 2020 Distinguished Lecturer

Topic: Dalziel revisited 75 years later; analysis of mized bipolar and monopolar waveforms

Abstract: Based on his 1943 paper Professor Charles F Dalziel extended his Let-go effects analysis to mixed AC and DC waveforms plus various shaped non-sinusoidal waveforms to determine reasonable safe current limits feeling that it could be applied to any waveform.  This presentation revisits his analysis and extends it to modern non-sinusoidal waveforms to provide a substantiation for application of this analysis to non-sinusoidal touch currents found in modern electronic equipment.

Speaker Bio:  Peter E Perkins, BS Engr, MSEE, PE is an IEEE Life Fellow.  He has 60 years’ experience in the electronics industry. In more than half if his >30-year career at Tektronix, Inc. he was Corporate Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs Manager organizing and directing a corporate wide effort to provide assuredly safe products.  After leaving that company he started his own Product Safety and Regulatory consulting activity which he still operates.  He has received the IEC 1906 award which honors exceptional leadership and technical contributions to IEC standards; he is a recipient of the Michael J Demartini award of the IEEE EMC-PSTC, forerunner of the IEEE PSES today; he is an ongoing contributor to the IEEE/ISPCE symposiums from the beginning. He is a IEEE PSES 2020 Distinguished Lecturer.  He is involved in IEC technical standards work with IEC TC 66, IEC 61010 series ‘Safety of electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use’ as well as IEC TC 108, IEC 62368 series ‘Safety of audio/visual, information and communication technology equipment’ plus Convenor of IEC TC 108/WG5, IEC 60990, ‘Measurement of touch current and protective conductor current’. He is also involved in the US mirror committees for these standards.  He is an American electric shock expert and involved with IEC TC 64/WG4, IEC 60479 series standards plus ANSI/UL 101.   

 

Title:
IEEE Young Professionals Bowling Night
Date:
January 31st
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Big Al's
Beaverton
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Section Young Professionals are having our Bowling Night! Please come and meet engineers and professionals & show off your bowling skills. Register ASAP so that we can have accurate headcounts for line reservation.

Ask for the IEEE event when you come in. 

Title:
Technology and Engineering Management Distinguished Speaker
Date:
January 31st
3:15 PM (1.3 hours)
Location:
EB (Engineering Building)
Portland
Abstract:

Evaluating and Planning Technologies for the New Decade through Multiple Perspectives

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