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29 meetings

Title:
IEEE EMC Phoenix Chapter Meeting - Fundamentals of Power Integrity with Current Design & Analysis Practices
Date:
November 15th
4:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
1724 S. Nevada Way
Mesa, AZ
Abstract:

Starting from a qualitative introduction of power noise analysis, current design techniques will be reviewed with application to low voltage-high current data communication systems. The limitations of industrially accepted analysis techniques will be discussed with practical work-arounds. Some recent developments about the multipin optimization of decoupling capacitors will be discussed on sample cases.

Title:
Machine Learning Event by Dr. Arindam Das
Date:
November 15th
5:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
The Old Spaghetti Factory
Spokane, WA
Abstract:

IEEE Spokane is pleased to host Seattle-based speaker Dr Arindam Das, with a presentation on the use of machine learning to improve treatment in the  challenging arena of multiple myeloma therapy.  Machine learning uses now range from facial recognition to self-driving cars, and are rapidly advancing in other areas.  Dr Das  has partnered with a  medical company, All4Cure, to bring this fast moving advance into the practice of current medicine.

 

The talk: Dr Das will discuss All4Cure's developing knowledge sharing platform and the machine learning approach used for generating recommendations. Some recent case studies will also be presented which will illustrate the benefits offered by the platform. The platform -- developed in partnership  with his All4cure colleagues -- now has over 600 registered participants, including 350 myeloma patients and 100 clinicians and researchers. The platform process includes amalgamating information extracted from the de-identified medical records of the patients, which is then utilized to generate personalized treatment recommendations, as well as personalized treatment dashboards and other visual aids. 

Title:
Global Electric Power Tested by Circling the Earth in EVs
Date:
November 15th
5:30 PM (3.7 hours)
Location:
Zio Fraedos, 611 Gregory Lane
Pleasant Hill, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

In summer of 2016 a group of Electric Vehicle enthusiasts raced around the globe, recharging with local electric utility power only. The group covered 28,962 km (18,026 miles) and crossed 20 countries Europe, North America, and Asia. This represented a unique test, of both the 11 electric cars of various manufacture, and also a test of the electric power quality.   Exactly how compatible are they?   How globally mobile are EVs?    Many problems were encountered – technical, geographic, linguistic, navigational, political, and more.

 
Each yellow star marks a spot where Don’s EVs were charged.

This feat by 80eDays set new world records of many types, and was a significant technology demonstration for modern electric cars. It tested the practical capabilities and durability of modern commercial EVs, validating the current state-of-the-art with a lionhearted defiance of "EV range anxiety". The EVs carried NO spare batteries, NO generators and NO fuel.   No car manufacturer sponsored the event, so it was amateur and not commercial.


The team crossed immense long stretches – over 2000 miles – where there were NO EV chargers at all.   Most electric sources were not NOT directly compatible with the team’s “imported foreign” electric cars. The Team was forced to improvise high-voltage splices into rusty utility boxes, some apparently unopened since the collapse of the USSR.     


Most of the 11 EVs driven were Teslas Model S, plus a Chinese Denza, a Tesla Roadster, and a city transit bus made by Modulo-EVoPro.   Since international power grids differ widely, the group was confronted with unanticipated electrical incompatibilities, often at remote sites with no alternative.  Failure to charge meant STOP NOW. 

Title:
Application of NFPA 820 in the Wastewater Treatment and Collection Facilities
Date:
November 15th
6:00 PM (2.8 hours)
Location:
The Doubletree Club Orange County Airport
Santa Ana, CA
Abstract:
Meeting Notification for the IEEE PES/IAS Joint Chapter of Orange County

Monthly Meeting of the Orange County Chapter of The Power & Energy Society (PES) and the Industry Application Society (IAS)

The presentation is free and dinner can be purchased upon arrival, with choices: Chicken, fish, or vegetarian.

If purchasing meal: for All attendees

Note: sub-charge of 2.75% for all major credit cards

Please specify dinner entree: Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian

Agenda: 6:00 PM Dinner; 7:30 PM Presentation; 8:45 PM Wrap-Up

Meal:  (plus 2.75% for major credit cards); FREE for full-time college students with I.D.

PLEASE RESERVE BY CONTACTING WILLIAM (BILL) STONE AT William.Stone@polb.com

Please also specify​ ​a dinner entree: Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian 

Drawing for ​FREE DINNER​ at end of meeting (valid at a future meeting, within one year of winning).

  • Chair: Brian Chee, AECOM, (714) 567-2617, brian.chee@aecom.com
  • Vice Chair: Victor Andrade, ETAP, (832) 589-8951, victor.andrade@etap.com
  • Treasurer: William (Bill) Stone, Port of Long Beach, (562) 708-5644, William.Stone@polb.com
  • Secretary: Juan Delgado, Carollo Engineers, (619) 852-9775, jdelgado@carollo.com
Title:
Seattle IAS November Meeting - Seismic Design
Date:
November 20th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Brown & Caldwell
Seattle, WA
Abstract:

Presenter: Scott Whittington from International Seismic Application Technology

 

Scott has 22 yrs. in construction consulting, supply and design services and 6 years of commercial carpentry experience. Scott ISAT’s  Northwest Technical Support Manager responsible for a five-state territory.

 

Meeting Agenda

 

  • What seismic restraints are and why they are required by law.
  • Where do you find the requirements in the building code?
  • Understanding seismic code terminology.
  • How to identify whether seismic restraints are required on your projects and to what extent.
  • How the seismic forces for a project are determined and what impacts the magnitude of the forces.
  • Changes in the codes that can drastically affect the success of projects.
  • Roles and responsibilities of members of the project design team.
  • What a “complete” seismic design package should look like.
  • Questions & Answers
Title:
Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM
Date:
November 20th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Building C training center
San diego, CA
Abstract:

2019 Officer Nominations

 

Senior Member/Fellow Elevations

IEEE TTM – Oct 31 Recap

L-31 reporting

Awards Banquet

 

E-lynx Newsletter

Budget Update

Fall Area Meetings – Albuquerque 27-Oct-18 or Los Angeles 10-Nov-18

 

Title:
Face Tracking with ROS 2
Date:
November 20th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Axiom
Beraverton
Abstract:

ROS 1 uses a custom serialization format, a custom transport protocol and a custom central discovery mechanism. Maintaining custom infrastructure is expensive. To mitigate ROS 2 uses the DDS (Data Distribution Service) and RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) standard protocols. To gain an understanding of ROS 2 and its capabilities Robert Adams installed it on a Raspberry Pi.

To test ROS2, a face tracking robot was built out of two Raspberry Pi 3s and a laptop. Incorporating a camera node, a PWM control node, an image processing node, and a tracking node, the distributed ROS2 system watches for and points the camera at faces.. This presentation will present an overview of the current state of ROS2 (architecture and code) and then delve into the practical aspects of building a robot system with ROS2 by demonstrating the face tracking robot and its implementation.

Title:
Cybersecurity for Power Protection
Date:
November 26th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Engineering/Physics Building
Moscow, ID
Abstract:

 

Description:

The presentation describes current and future cybersecurity best practices and system architectures relative to power system operations. It will present some of the current risks and threats as well as appropriate mitigation solutions.  For example, the presentation will cover many common problems, such as human error vs malicious malware, as well as advanced nation-state zero-day attacks.

Title:
November Business Meeting
Date:
November 27th
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Building C, 3rd Floor
Farmington, UT
Abstract:

Noember business meeting of the Utah Section.  This meeting will be held at Weber State University Farmington Station Park from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.   The address is 240 North Promontory, Suite 3000, Building C, 3rd Floor, Farmington, UT 84025.

We will be discussing the results of section activities this fall and discussing activities through the first half of 2019.

There is a webex with a call-in number for those that cannot make it in person.  Please contact the Chad Kidder (ckidder@ieee.org) for the webex information.

Title:
Talk: Off-Grid Power Systems in Developing Countries
Date:
November 27th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
13230 SE 32nd St
Bellevue, WA
Abstract:

Summary: Approximately 1.1 billion people worldwide lack access to the electricity grid. This form of energy poverty disproportionately afflicts those living in less economically developed countries, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia. Achieving universal electrification through grid extension is optimistically decades away and might never be a viable option in rural areas. Instead, many communities will rely on off-grid electricity solutions in the form of renewable energy-powered microgrids. This presentation describes the role of microgrids and other off-grid solutions in providing electricity access. Technical design examples from microgrids in Zambia will presented.

Parking: Please park in front lot, free & open space parking
PSE employees: please park in gated area to maximize open parking space

Event Flyer
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Title:
Industry Applications - IEEE 1584-2018 Arc-Flash Standard: An Introduction to the Changes
Date:
November 28th
5:30 PM (3 hours)
Location:
EasyPower
Tualatin
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, November 28, 2018, for our dinner, meeting and presentation.  We appreciate the support of all who attend our dinners and presentations.  We will be meeting this month at EasyPower in Tualatin, 7730 SW Mohawk St., 97062. This location is easy to access by car from I-5 and parking is FREE.  

The cost will be with the menu to be announced. 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:
Ferroresonance in Three-Phase Distribution Systems
Date:
November 29th
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
BSEL
Richland, WA
Abstract:

Ferroresonance is a complex and often misunderstood electrical circuit phenomenon that can result in damaging over-voltages in electric utility distribution systems.  Resulting high voltages are periodic but are usually not sinusoidal and may erratically jump from one mode to another.  Ferroresonance can result when single-phasing occurs in three-phase high-voltage circuits, including routine operations associated with switching procedures and protective device fault clearing.  Ferroresonance is happening more often in electric utility systems due to the increasing use of high voltage underground cable systems, increasing numbers of low loss distribution transformers and the high use of single-pole switching and short-circuit protective devices.

This discussion will cover both engineering and operational issues related to ferroresonance in medium voltage distribution systems. Participants can expect to gain an increased practical understanding of ferroresonance and how electric utility distribution design standards and operational practices can be improved.

Title:
Oregon CAS/EPS & SMTA Oregon - Leading Enabling Adolescents Futures in STEM (LEAFS)
Date:
November 29th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
PCC Willow Creek Center
Beaverton
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Joint EPS (CPMT)/CAS Chapter

(in cooperation with SMTA, IMAPS, IPC & EMA)

Topic: Leading Enabling Adolescents Futures in STEM (LEAFS)

Speaker: Matt Harrison, Oregon State University

 

Date: Thursday, November 291th, 2018, 6.00–8.00pm

Location: PCC Willow Creek Center, Room 310

241 SW Edgeway Drive (near SW 185th and Baseline Road) Beaverton, OR 97006

(seminar room sponsored by the PSU ECE department)

Directions: http://www.pcc.edu/about/locations/willow-creek/

Title:
IEEE Solid State Circuits Society 2018 Fall Seminar
Date:
November 30th
9:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
Engineering Building
Provo, UT
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

For this year's SSCS Fall Seminar, we will have seminars from Wood Chiang and Armin Tajalli, who are two of our local integrated circuits researchers. The seminar will be held on the Brigham Young University campus on Friday, November 30th.

Wood is an expert in data converters and related circuits, and will present state-of-the-art SAR ADC techniques. Armin is an expert in wireline communication and related circuits, and will present on network-in-package technology for multi-chip modules.

Lunch is free for SSCS members and there is a small fee for non-members. Please be sure to register using the link below.

Title:
IEEE Technology Strategic Planning Workshop
Date:
December 1st
9:00 AM (4 hours)
Location:
Tektronix Beaverton Campus-Bldg. 38
Beaverton
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Strategic planning consists of translating a diverse set of input into a coherent approach to achieve business goals. A strong plan is an integral part of any successful enterprise. This workshop covers topics targeted at managing direction and planning from a corporate, department, or a small company orientation in today’s fast-paced “hyper-velocity” markets.  One of the key questions to be addressed is “How can I develop a strategy when it is nearly impossible to identify a long-term competitive advantage?”  The challenge is to be able to manage today to position the company to compete in an essentially unknowable future.  Defining simply, one’s strategy is necessary, but often insufficient to assure success.  The challenge is planning for effective implementation and rapid adaptation within a diverse team facing fast-changing technologies and markets.  The workshop provides several foundation concepts and tools to organize the strategic plans. The learning will be through presented material and discussions.

Title:
Improving the IEEE: Issues, Ideas, Best Practices
Date:
December 1st
2:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Santa Clara University, Benson Memorial Center
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

This will be a “listening event” for engineers and managers in Silicon Valley who have ideas for improving the IEEE, or have issues with how IEEE is run. If you wish to bring specific thoughts about IEEE improvements, be prepared to present them to the group for, say, 5 minutes, for discussion and enhancement.  With input and grass-roots suggestions for improving the IEEE, I intend to provide actionable feedback at the IEEE TAB and BOD level. Our input will be critical in shaping the future of IEEE and will need your active campaigning to make this a reality.

Title:
Smart Software for the Internet of Future Things
Date:
December 3rd
10:10 AM (1 hour)
Location:
Washington State University Arboretum
Pullman, WA
Abstract:

 

Description:

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a remarkable frontier of innovation in which the everyday “things” in our homes, offices, cars, factories and cities connect to the Internet in ways that improve our lives and transform industries. The IoT market is poised to reach 70 billion connected devices by 2025. But IoT also faces several challenges related to reliability, security, real-time performance, and energy-efficiency. This talk will provide a peek into the future of the IoT revolution and how intelligent software can have a significant impact on future electronic systems. Several ongoing research efforts related to smart software design at the Embedded Systems and High-Performance Computing (EPiC) lab at Colorado State University to realize the future of IoT will also be highlighted.

Title:
Christmas Tree Soldering Workshop
Date:
December 3rd
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Spokane, WA
Abstract:

IEEE is hosting their annual Christmas tree soldering wokshop where students will get to learn the basics of soldering and take home a fun project at the end.

Title:
IEEE Phoenix Section ExCom Meeting
Date:
December 4th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Airport Hilton
Phoenix, AZ
Abstract:

Phoenix Section Executive Committee meeting

Title:
IEEE CE Society: Drones Sensor Technologies and Issues
Date:
December 4th
6:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Building E
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

What do Uber, Airbus, Larry Page, Amazon, Chipotle’s, UPS and Domino’s all have in common? They are planning on air taxis, flying cars, flying burritos, and drone deliveries landing and taking off at a place near you in the next few years … and they are committing hundreds of millions of dollars to make it happen!  A shortage of pilots and a desire to create more revenue generation opportunities means most of these programs are targeting autonomous aircraft, and, for a variety of reasons, they are targeting battery-powered flights.  Full autonomy on battery power! Join us as our speaker discusses this exciting emerging market and explores some of the differences and challenges between ground, drone, and general aviation in terms of sensor, communication, and navigation technologies.

Title:
Coastal LA Young Professionals Speaker Series: Jake Barba
Date:
December 4th
7:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
12918 Cerise Avenue
Hawthorne, CA
Abstract:

Our Speaker Series continues this December with Jake Barba of OpenDrives. Jake is a global technology leader and entrepreneur with extensive experience in developing and leading world-class technology solutions for both multi-billion dollar corporations and agile growth companies alike. He has worked as a Director of Technology at Amazon and is currently Chief Technology Officer at OpenDrives.

Jake will discuss his career path and share his experiences on developing product-scale network systems.

Join us on December 4th to network and discuss growing in your engineering career!

Event details:

  • Free admission.
  • Refreshments provided.
  • Open to everyone age 21 and over.
  • Free, on-site parking is available.

The venue has limited capacity, so make sure to reserve your ticket soon!

Register for a free ticket here.

See you at Los Angeles Ale Works!

Title:
IEEE EMC Society Distinguished Lecturer Talk - The Myth about Ground
Date:
December 5th
6:00 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
C
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

Talk title: The myth about ground

GROUND is widely used in high-speed circuit modeling and simulation. However, there are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings about ground in the high-speed circuit industry. Does ideal ground really exist? If not, why do we use it in simulations? Should we connect the reference node of S-parameter model to ideal ground? Is ground bounce real and well defined? Should we put partial inductance and resistance on the ground net? What can we do or cannot do with S-parameter model? These questions are commonly asked by high-speed circuit designers. Answers from different people may be quite different and even contradictory. In this presentation, these questions will be answered with some simple, but powerful examples. At the end, the audience should have a better understanding about the ground and how to use it in high-speed simulations.

Title:
Broadcast Technology Society Event: Non-Orthogonal-Multiplexing : An Enabling Technology for Next Generation Broadcast and Broadband Multimedia Communications
Date:
December 6th
5:30 PM (2.5 hours)
Location:
10401 Roselle St.
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

Non-orthogonal multiplexing (NOM) technology can provide significantly higher transmission capacity than the traditional orthogonal multiplexing (OM) technologies, when delivering multiple services with different quality of service (QoS) requirements. This has been recognized by research communities from both the broadcast industry and the mobile broadband industry.

 

The NOM technology can find many applications in future broadcast and broadband systems, including the simultaneous delivery of mobile and fixed services, seamless local content insertion, and delivery of mixed unicast-broadcast services in 4G/5G systems. A particular interesting new application scenario of NOM is recently developed to realize more efficient integrated broadcast service and backhaul (ISB) transmission, in both next generation ATSC 3.0 digital broadcast system and for 5G broadcasting system. This concept is directly related to the integrated access and backhaul (IAB) technology currently being studied for 5G NR.

 

This talk starts with the fundamental capacity benefit of NOM technology over OM technologies from the information theory point of view. Then, the different applications of NOM technology in future broadcast and broadband systems are introduced, including the benefit that NOM offers and the challenges to realize it in practice. General guidelines for achieving feasible implementation of NOM in practical systems are subsequently presented that keeps a low complexity and still achieve most of the NOM benefits.

 

As the second part of this lecture, the concept of using NOM to implement integrated service and backhaul links is introduced. First, the application of this concept in the next generation ATSC 3.0 is presented focusing on supporting low-power gap-fillers to improve the mobile service coverage performance for highly populated indoor and closed areas (airports, shopping malls, stadiums, etc.). Next, this concept is extended for integrated access and backhaul in 5G framework, where the focus is put on realizing a low-cost MBSFN over the low-power-low-tower broadband networks.

Title:
Lecture by Dr. Hans Klein: "Advanced Capacitive Sensing for Consumer, Industrial, and Automotive Applications"
Date:
December 6th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Main Auditorium in Building 6
San Jose, CA
Abstract:
DESCRIPTION:"Advanced Capacitive Sensing for Consumer, Industrial, and Automotive Applications"Dr. Hans Klein, Analog CTO, Cypress Semiconductor Corp., San JoseEvent Organized By:

Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) of the IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section

Co-sponsors:PROGRAM:

6:00 - 6:30 PM Networking & Refreshments
6:30 - 7:45 PM Talk
7:45 - 8:00 PM Q&A/Adjourn

Watch the lecture live on Zoom from your home and anywhere around the world! Register now and you will be sent details one day before the event.

Date and Time:
  • Date: 06 December 2018
  • Time: 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Abstract:

This presentation reviews basic and advanced capacitive sensing for a variety of consumer, industrial, and automotive applications. Examples include “single-pixel” buttons, sliders, touch screens, and “kilo-pixel” fingerprint readers. To enable this, advanced embedded capacitance-sensing technology handles signals from the pF range all the way to fractions of an aF. In this context, challenges and solutions for sensors, architectures, algorithms, and circuit technology are discussed.

Bio:

Hans received a Ph.D. for his contributions in the Analog Circuit domain from the Technical University of Aachen, Germany, in 1983. In ‘84 he joined the founding-team of the Institute for Microelectronics, Stuttgart, Germany, where he developed a number of mixed-signal ICs for audio, sensing, and control applications.

In ‘88 he joined IMP Inc. in San Jose, CA, where he focused on structured analog Design-Methodology and low-noise mixed-signal CMOS design, including the world’s lowest-noise CMOS Read-Channel IC.

He then served at Lattice Semiconductor as Director of Design, where he developed the “PAC” family of programmable analog products. And in 2004 he joined start-up GTronix as VP-Eng, focusing on microWatt analog signal-processing technology using floating-gate CMOS.

In 2009 Hans joined Cypress Semiconductor as Analog CTO, driving a new generation of embedded programmable analog subsystems and driving research in Cap-Sense, Touchscreen, and Fingerprint-sensing technology. Now a Sr. VP Fellow, he also manages the corporate Innovation Program. Hans has over 50 patents.

Venue:

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Main Auditorium in Building 6, 198 Champion Ct, San Jose, CA 95134

Convenient VTA light rail access from Mountain View and downtown San Jose.

Live Broadcast:

Lecture will be broadcast live on Zoom. Registrants will be sent the conference details one day before the event.

Admission Fee:

Open to all to attend 
Online registration is recommended to guarantee seating.

You do not need to be an IEEE member to attend.

Title:
Meet by Design: Using Science to Run Awesome Meetings
Date:
December 6th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
National Instruments
Santa Clara, CA
Abstract:

TEMS SCV/SF/OEB Webpage ===> TEMS-SCV-Website

EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION ===> Register-for-TEMS1218

Keep meetings short, always use an agenda, stand up, take notes on paper – and hop on one leg while you’re at it! There’s no shortage of advice about meetings out there, but what really matters? In this interactive talk, you’ll learn:

THE SCIENCE OF ENGAGING TEAM MEETINGS
What the research shows about team engagement in meetings and how this impacts your team’s overall performance.

THE TAXONOMY OF BUSINESS MEETINGS
The 16 different types of meetings that work and when to use each one.

SIMPLE TECHNIQUES
Techniques anyone can use that get people paying attention and actively working to get things done together in a meeting. No facilitation experience required!

Title:
The “Affordable” Phased Array Antenna
Date:
December 7th
7:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
RESIDENCE INN LOS ANGELES REDONDO BEACH
Redondo Beach, CA
Abstract:

Dr Will Theunissen, Facebook Connectivity Labs will speak about the  “Affordable” Phased Array Antenna that will enable 5G and other appliecations

Title:
Holiday Dinner
Date:
December 8th
5:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Thanksgiving Point
Lehi, UT
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Come join your friends and colleagues to celebrate the end of another great year.  We have a guest speaker, Dr. Ed Maynard.  He will share some of the experiences he's had working with STEM activities for children including the FIRST Lego League.  Space is limited so don't wait to sign up.

For the menu we have a spinach salad with grilled New York strip loin and dark chocolate mint mousse cake for desert. There is a vegetarian option as well.  The childrens' option is chicken tenders with mac 'n' cheese and a fruit cup.

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section Winter Social FREE BUT YOU MUST REGISTER
Date:
December 8th
6:00 PM (4 hours)
Location:
The Lucky Labrador
Portland
Abstract:

Mingle with your fellow IEEE members and their families at our annual Winter Social!  Enjoy one free beverage (beer and alcohol included), appetizers and a pizza buffet!  We also plan to give out a few AWARDS to recognize some accomplishments in our section.

Title:
IEEE HAWAII EXCOM MEETING from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM AT ZIPPY’s NIMITZ HWY NEXT TO CITY MILL
Date:
December 10th
8:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Zippy's Nimitz Highway
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

 

The monthly IEEE Hawaii Executive Committee meeting brings together all of the leaders of the Section, Chapters, and Groups.  

We review plans for upcoming events within our Section, Chapters, and groups at this meeting.  If you are looking to become more engaged in IEEE in the Section and network with other engineers, please plan on attending an Excom meeting!   

29 meetings. Generated Friday, November 16 2018, at 3:57:31 PM. All times America/Los_Angeles