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35 meetings

Title:
Winter 2023 Transistor Logic Gates Workshop
Date:
January 30th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
ISEB
Irvine, CA
Abstract:

Join us for our Week 4 Transistor Logic Gates workshop on Monday, 1/30 at 6 PM. Come learn the basics of CMOS logic or reinforce the concepts you learned in class by building logic gates in this hands-on experience!

Title:
2023 IEEE Workshop on Microelectronics & Electron Devices 31 March 2023 Stueckle Sky Center, Boise State University
Date:
January 31st
6:00 AM (14 hours)
Location:
Stueckle Sky Center, Boise State University
Boise, ID
Abstract:

INVITATION

2023 IEEE Workshop on Microelectronics & Electron Devices

31 March 2023

Stueckle Sky Center, Boise State University

The Twentieth Annual IEEE Workshop on Microelectronics and Electron Devices (WMED) will provide a forum for
reviewing and discussing all aspects of micro- and nano-electronics including processing, electrical characterization, design,
and new device technologies. This workshop will consist of invited and contributed talks, papers and a poster session
throughout the day. Faculty, students, and researchers in industry are encouraged to contribute papers on either completed
research or work in progress. Topics in the following areas will form the contributing sessions and poster session in the
workshop:

Microelectronic Device Processing and Process Integration
Trends in submicron CMOS technology, product development (DRAM, SRAM, Flash, CMOS Imagers), new device technologies (phase
change memory, resistive memory, ferroelectric memory), novel transistors
Nanoelectronic Devices and MEMS
Novel processes, materials and device characterization on nanotubes, nanowires, quantum dots, molecular devices, MEMS research
Microelectronic Device Electrical and Reliability Testing
Dielectric reliability, device reliability, novel memory technology testing schemes
Semiconductor Packaging and Reliability
Semiconductor package reliability, design for manufacturability, stacked die packaging, and novel assembly processes
Microelectronic Circuit and System Design
New product design, high-speed and low-power design techniques and system architectures and memory sensing schemes

 

Please submit your IEEE-formatted manuscript (up to 4 pages) by January 20, 2023 to the WMED Publications Chair,
Saumil Joshi (saumiljoshi@micron.com, or saumil.joshi@ieee.org, +1 208-368-5455).

The Technical Program Committee will have a peer-review process to meet the IEEE criterion for minimum standards of publication quality. Conference details are online at website: http://www.ieeeboisewmed.org/.

Inquiries can be directed to Durga Panda (IEEE WMED 2023
General Chair, dpanda@micron.com, +1 515-231-6022).

Title:
Introduction to Wi-Fi sensing and the IEEE 802.11bf standard
Date:
February 1st
7:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
San Deigo, CA
Abstract:

Abstract: 
Wi-Fi sensing is the use of Wi-Fi to enable everyday electronic devices to acquire information and become aware of their surroundings. Interest and research in the area has grown steadily over the past two decades, and Wi-Fi sensing is now used in a wide range of applications, including user presence detection, space occupancy analytics, and home security systems. Due to the significant and growing market interest in the area, a new IEEE 802.11 Task Group (IEEE 802.11bf) was recently formed to develop an amendment to the 802.11 standard that will enhance its ability to support Wi-Fi sensing applications. This talk will begin with an introduction to wireless sensing systems and to Wi-Fi sensing. We will then discuss the main definitions and features of the IEEE 802.11bf draft standard.

Speaker: Dr. Claudio da Silva, Reality Labs group of Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook), USA.

Title:
IEEE Financial Summit
Date:
February 3rd
7:00 AM (9 hours)
Abstract:

Join us for a day of financial savy technical presentations. Find out the latest Green Energy investments, real estate and trends from professions.  IRA (Inflation Reduction Act) monies for your new projects and start ups. What are the changes to the 2023 IRS Tax Codes? Hear from CEOs, CFOs, CIO and COOs on how to operate and thrive your consultant business. For engineers, building owners and software developers we have talks on how to maximize your 401k, when and how much you should be adding to your retirement plans, and some financial pitfalls to avoid. We will have a session on patents, trademarks and copy rights for your product and/or invention. All times are exact so you can come and go as you please and pick and choose the sessions you would like to attend. Sign up today! REGISTER

Title:
[2023 IEEE Region 6] OpCom in San Francisco
Date:
February 3rd
12:05 PM (2 days)
Location:
For hotel reservations, please use link provided in the event description
Burlingame, CA
Abstract:

IEEE,  My Professional Home.  

On February 3-5, 2023, Region 6 will have its annual Operating Committee meeting in San Francisco.  Come join the IEEE Region volunteers and leaders as we participate in in-person workshops, interactive sessions and networking to make 2023 a great year for all IEEE members in the Western US region.   

The IEEE Region 6 Opcom is the largest annual IEEE Region 6 meeting, and gathers together the entire IEEE Region 6 Committee – Including the IEEE Region 6 sections, Region 6 Area and Activity Chairs, and Region 6 Executive Committee Officers.    In addition to regular region business, bylaws, and budget, the meeting includes extensive training and opportunities to learn from local and global IEEE experts and leaders from major technical and educational activities and organizations across IEEE and IEEE USA.  

We are also looking forward to celebrating our volunteers at our annual Region Awards Ceremony  to be held during Saturday’s luncheon.   

HOTEL INFORMATION: Use this link to reserve by January 13th (or until sold out) to take advantage of the discounted room block -- IEEE REGION 6 MEETING (hilton.com)   See you there!

https://www.hilton.com/en/attend-my-event/sfobges-rg6-f4d80fb5-adc8-495a-8db3-63c2ebb86400/

 

  

Title:
Spaceborne Radar for Cloud and Precipitation Measurements
Date:
February 6th
6:30 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:
Spaceborne radar for cloud and precipitation measurementsS. L. DurdenJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Abstract:Radar has been used to observe weather since weather targets were inadvertently observed by military radars since the 1940s.  Since then, dedicated, ground-based and airborne weather radars have been used to provide information on various weather systems, with applications to meteorological research and to operational weather warnings and aviation.  More recently, there have been several spaceborne weather radars that are dedicated to precipitation and cloud research.  This presentation will touch on the history of radar observations of weather and then focus on spaceborne measurements.  Along the way, we will provide some tutorial information on the design of these radars, which operate near nadir and at relatively high frequencies, generally different from ground-based weather radars.   Starting from scattering from precipitation and the weather radar equation, the rationale for these choices will be discussed, along with other high-level design choices.  Previous and ongoing spaceborne cloud and precipitation radars will be discussed. We will then present some future needs and possible concepts for addressing these needs.
Title:
Passwords—take the red pill
Date:
February 7th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Building 1
Phoenix, AZ
Abstract:

Note: This will be a hybrid meeting. you can join us in person at GCU or via Zoom. See information on parking below.

Presentation

In the late 60s computers having one user evolved to supporting multiple. That created a need for each user to prove they were that user. This was typically done with a secret shared between the user and the computer. But how to protect that secret? The first one-way cypher was likely developed by Roger Needham at the University of Cambridge. Over the years that one-way cypher evolved to hash functions such as SHA and password-based key derivation functions. The problem with hashing lies not with the strength of the hash function but with the nature of the population of the values to be hashed. If number of values is small, an attacker can hash all of them and compare the results to exfiltrated hash values. A match reveals the value. As hardware, especially specialized hardware such as ASIC, becomes more powerful it has become more feasible to hash larger populations. Salting and large iterations are no longer enough to protect hashed passwords. Using techniques and specialized processors developed for cryptocurrency mining, attackers have the cost/performance advantage in computing large quantities of password hash values. This talk will cover two approaches to address the problem—either use memory-hard hashing to make creating hashing of a selected population more difficult or storing one of an asymmetric key pair aka passwordless. The talk will look at both the management side (standards such as NIST; compliance such as PCI DSS 4.0; guidance such as CISA and the Carnegie Mellon study) and the technical side with a detailed look at how memory-hard hashing works and how to manage asymmetric key pairs, aka Passkeys, for people as opposed to systems. For the latter, the talk will take a detailed look at how Google, Microsoft, and Google are supporting Passkeys.

Title:
SusTech Talk: Connectivity Standards Alliance & Matter Introduction
Date:
February 7th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

SusTech Talks lead up to the IEEE SusTech conference in April, 2023, Home - IEEE SusTech (ieee-sustech.org)

“Connectivity Standards Alliance & Matter Introduction “

with Chris LaPré – Head of Technology, Connectivity Standards Alliance

Date: Feb. 7, 2023
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 PM (PT)

On October 4, 2022, the Alliance released Matter 1.0, a global, open-source standard that removes barriers to IoT device interoperability & sustainability by enabling smart home products to work together seamlessly, to help to improve efficiency and reduce energy use and cost. This industry-unifying standard is the foundation for connected things and eliminates the walled gardens of IoT with the promise of reliable, secure connectivity. Matter paves a new path to product innovation and adoption by creating increased connections between more objects, simplifying development for manufacturers, and improved compatibility and accessibility for consumers. We will share how to get involved in the Connectivity Standards Alliance and the nearly 500-plus global companies inspired to change the future of IoT.

Title:
Insurance Concepts and Products: How to Secure Your Assets and Income
Date:
February 8th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Series Webinar

In today’s economic environment, asset and income protection is more important than ever. Please join Graham Fuller from AMBA as he leads a conversation about how to protect your assets and income by leveraging Life and Disability and other forms of insurance to help ensure that the life you have created for you and your loved ones remains secure in the event of the unexpected.


IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Webinar Series

This series is being presented in partnership with the IEEE Member Discounts Program.

Title:
IEEE Clean Energy Fusion
Date:
February 9th
12:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
50 116th Avenue SE #211
Bellevue , WA
Abstract:

Join us for a lunch session on Clean Energy Fusion with Moein Borghei from Avalanche Energy.

Title:
IEEE CN Smart Cities Jakarta Indonesia
Date:
February 9th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Join for a session on Smart Cities Jakarta. Find out why this Indonesia City is one of the Top Smart Cities in the World. Find out about their Smart Connectivity, Smart Water, Smart Infrastructure, Smart Governance, Smart People, and Smart Transportation.

Jakarta, Indonesia’s massive capital, sits on the northwest coast of the island of Java. A historic mix of cultures – Javanese, Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and European – has influenced its architecture, language, and cuisine. The old town, Kota Tua, is home to Dutch colonial buildings, Glodok (Jakarta’s Chinatown), and the old port of Sunda Kelapa, where traditional wooden schooners dock.

Jakarta Smart City is the implementation of the smart city concept that optimizes the utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to monitor, analyze and control various resources in the city with more effectiveness and efficiency in order to maximize public services, provide solutions, and support sustainable development.
Jakarta follows three main focus areas for that built an ICT infrastructure:
Government that listens - Technologies that connect - Citizens that participate

Title:
Distinguished Lecture and Chapter Meeting
Date:
February 9th
4:40 PM (2.8 hours)
Location:
Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building
Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract:

Please join us for pizza and presentations on WiFi and sensing

Title:
IEEE San Diego Oceanic Engineering Systems Society (OESS) Chapter Joint Meeting
Date:
February 13th
3:00 PM (1.8 hours)
Location:
Westin San Diego Bayview
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

This late afternoon event has a least two tecnical speakers and a gathering of Oceanic Engineering Systems Society leaders with the San Diego Chapter, and follows a meeting of the Society's ExCom.  The afternoon's two speakers are

Dr. Peter Gerstoft, Marine Physical Laboratory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography with "Machine learning for acoustic source localization in ocean acoustics"

Dr. Venugopalan Pallayil, Acoustics Research Lab, National University of Singapore

This chapter meeting is offered jointly with the AESS (Aerospace & Electronics Systems Society) whose technical interests include complex systems of air, space, land, and sea.

The San Diego Chapter of OES is one of its largest chapters by membership, with a great history and some amazing local activities in the technical community.  It also welcomes members and interaction from throughout the vital Southern California BlueTech coastal region.

Chapters give OES members the valuable opportunity to engage with fellow oceans-interested engineers and professionals at locally-curated events. Chapters host technical talks, meetings, and social events to enable education, collaboration, and networking with fellow members and non-members alike. More chapter leadership volunteers are welcome? What does a chapter officer do? Organize local meetings and joint local meetings with the many San Diego chapters on the wide array of OESS-related topics.  

 

Title:
IEEE Oregon Feb Excom meeting
Date:
February 13th
6:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Feb Excom Meeting

Title:
IEEE Alaska Section 2-Day Seminar - Major Changes and General Overview of the 2023 NESC
Date:
February 14th
9:15 AM (2 days)
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

 

The 2023 edition of the NESC was issued on August 12, 2022. The effective date of September 1, 2022 is when it officially became available for federal, state, county, and municipal governmental entities to update their electrical installation regulations.

About the Seminar 
Major Changes and General Over-view of the 2023 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) is a 2-day class focusing on the major changes in the 2023 edition of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC). The class will cover in detail the major changes to the NESC 2023 edition and also provide a general overview of each part of the NESC. Applying the Code to day-to-day work will be stressed by focusing on practical examples and applications. During this 2-day class you will learn: 
* Scope and purpose of the Code 
* Major changes and general over-view of the substation rules 
* Major changes and general over-view of the overhead line rules 
* Major changes and general over-view of the underground line rules 
* Major changes and general over-view of the work rules 
 
Who Should Attend 
* Engineers 
* Staking Technicians 
* Power Lineworkers 
* Communication Lineworkers 
* Safety Personnel 
* Inspectors 
 
Prior working knowledge of the NESC is not required 
  
Continuing Education Units 
This course provides 1.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or 12 Professional Development Hours (PDHs). 
This class has not been registered with any State Licensing or Education

Course Objectives 
Upon successful completion of this course the learner will be able to: 
 
1. Understand the organization, scope, purpose, and general application of the National Electrical Safety Code. 

2. Apply the major changes in the 2023 NESC for substations, overhead lines, underground lines, and work rules. 

3. Recognize how the Code is integrated into design and construction standards and operating practices.

4. Identify and take action to correct Code violations and safety haz-ards.

5. Design and build facilities that comply with Code requirements. 

6. Understand the actions needed to work safely. 

7. During the 2nd Day, interact with class attendees and understand how to independently find rules in the Codebook.

8. During the 2nd Day, participate in code discussions and apply the rules in the Codebook to actual field construction situations. 
 
Class Format/Learning Methods 
1.  In-Person lecture format 
2.  Real time Q & A 
3.  Presentation slides rich in graphics and practical applications 
4.  Ample time for questions and class discussion 
5.  Exercises consisting of looking up Code rules and applying the rules to field construction

Individual Course Cost:

0.00 for IEEE Members

0.00 for IEEE Student Members

0.00 for Everyone Else

NOTE: Refunds (less 0) are available for cancellations requested via email prior to January 25, but must be emailed to akvchair@ieee.org.   Substitutions are allowed up to February 7.  No refunds will be available after January 25.

The course will be a Seminar hosted by the IEEE 

Frequently Asked Questions:

* I already have a 2023 NESC book or Handbook, can I get a discount and not receive the book?  Please share the book(s) provided with the class with someone who could not attend the class.

* Are lunches provided with the Seminar?  The Main Event will be providing lunch for the registrants during the lunch breaks for both days.

* vTools Registration allows additional guests, can I submit with names to be completed later?  A member or non-member name and complete  information for each additional registrations is required at time of registration. See next question for changing registrations.

If you need to substitute for a like registration, please do so prior to February 7 by email akvchair@ieee.org with registrant's name changing and new name, IEEE member number (if applicable), email and address information.  

* What if I need to cancel after registering?  If you cancel your registration by 1/25/2023, we will refund your registration minus 0.    Cancelation after 2/7/2021 is not refundable but you can transfer your registration to another person.

* How will we get the Seminar materials?  They will be avaialbe for pickup during the class. 

* If the Class is full, how do I get put on the waiting list for an opening?  Please send an email to akvchair@ieee.org to be added to waitlist.  We'll contact you when an opening is available.  

Title:
Fusion Energy
Date:
February 14th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Nuclear Fusion has advanced significantly in the past 20 years from a university-driven, academic, government-funded field to a private, privately funded industry. Today there are more than 30 firms around the world with stated plans to build the world’s first power producing fusion power plant. These companies have raised over 5 billion dollars in private capital and in November 2021, private investment into fusion surpassed government funding into fusion for the first time in US history. Certainly, many of these firms will fail, due to the high risk, but if one firm succeeds it would offer the world a fundamentally new energy source. NLF Consulting was founded in 2018 to help investors understand the field of nuclear fusion. The firm assembles teams of fusion subject matter experts (mostly retired staff from academia, government laboratories and industry) to assess the quality of startup pitches on behalf of investors. NLF has worked with Honda, Westinghouse, the Naval Research Laboratory, and other organizations to navigate this space. In this talk, the founder of NLF will walk through the kinds of questions that investors ask when evaluating fusion as an investment opportunity and will lay out good resources (books, etc..) for outsider who are trying to get involved with this field. The talk will also discuss the broad industry trend of adding superconducting wire and magnet to existing fusion approaches and what that means for future fusion devices.

Title:
[RE] Engage Life 2023 - Member Lunch
Date:
February 15th
11:00 AM (3 hours)
Location:
Las Positas Golf Course - restaurant, not pro shop
Livermore, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Please join us for our first 2023 live event and lunch!

It’s a new year, time to break out of the post Pandemic doldrums and [RE] engage with life! Start off 2023 by [RE] engaging with your fellow IEEE Life Members at the first live (and remote) meeting of the year on February 15th for lunch at Bebe’s in Livermore. Venue opens at 11 and activities start at 11:30.  Can’t meet in person that day – no problem - we'll provide a Zoom to registered guests.

Title:
2023 Monthly San Diego IEEE EXCOM - February Meeting
Date:
February 15th
5:30 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
San Diego, CA
Abstract:

 SDIEEE EXCOM Meeting

Executive Committee meeting to discuss upcoming San Diego IEEE activities. 

All IEEE members welcome to attend. Please RSVP. 

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm,    Networking and food

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm,    meeting (in person and remote)

Agenda:

Approve prior meeting minutes

Student branch reports

Section Officers Reports

Old and new business

2023 Budget Reviewed and Approved
See proposed budget spreadsheet in media section of this vTools announcement.

Adjourn 

 

 To add to the agenda, please email w5nyv@arrl.net.   

 

Title:
An Overview of California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)
Date:
February 15th
6:00 PM (1.5 hours)
Abstract:

With the beginning of the year 2023, the California Privacy Rights Act went into effect. This is a significant landmark of any privacy law in the US setting the bar high in the privacy regulations for all the other states to follow. We will review what the new act entails and how is it different from its predecessor California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). We will also briefly review some other regulations for Security and Privacy in the US and around the globe. 

Title:
February Business Meeting
Date:
February 21st
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Building C, 3rd Floor
Farmington, UT
Abstract:

The February business meeting of the IEEE 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 - Room 321, Building C, 3rd Floor, Farmington, UT 84025.

On the agenda we have:

  • TBD

This is a great opportunity to meet your new officers and get involved in the section.  If you are attending in person, please register and let us know what you would like to eat.

There is a webex with a call-in number for those that cannot make it in person.  Please contact the Shanker Shrestha ( shanker.shrestha@ieee.org) for the webex information.

Title:
A Visit To The Cloud
Date:
February 21st
7:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Suite D-198
Honolulu, HI
Abstract:

Where does your software run when you use a cloud service or a hosting center? Where did your company's computing center go? What does co-location look like? How does our Internet service connect to the global network? What does it take to run a reliable 24/7 service?

This is a field trip to DRFortress.  Come see what is hidden in the cloud. You will need a Hawaii State ID, a driver's license, or passport  to enter the facility.  After the tour, there will be a no-host gathering to continue the conversation at the nearby IHOP (0.3 mi, 3269 Koapaka St, Honolulu, HI  96819, 808-492-1321). If possible, please carpool. Parking is free, but limited to 16 stalls. Parking Map: bit.ly/3XZFTn6

DRFortress is Hawaii’s largest carrier-neutral data center with diverse fiber access entry points for multiple carriers, ISPs, and cloud computing service providers. Its mission is to provide operational resiliency, reliability, and scalability for our customer’s mission-critical systems so that customers can focus on their core business. DRFortress delivers the highest level of physical security with 24 X 7 manned security guards and CCTV surveillance. The facility is equipt with advanced, redundant electrical and cooling systems designed to support the latest high-power, high-density servers. In addition, this robust design allows DRFortress to provide customers with a 100% operational SLA. The 55,000 square foot (soon to be 65,000 square foot) data center is located well outside flood and extended tsunami zones and is built to withstand natural disasters, such as earthquakes and hurricanes. With 600 cabinets (soon to be 800 cabinets) and private cages available to customers, DRFortres offers world-class customer service and continuous operational reliability to our customers.

Title:
How to Secure The Right Job in 2023
Date:
February 22nd
9:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Webinar Series: How to Find A New Job In 2023

Elizabeth is a three time author with her book, “ I Quit! Working For You Isn’t Working For Me” making a big splash. She is a coach to some of the smartest engineers in Corporate America, helping them make wise career choices. In this presentation, she will discuss the job search in 2023, the availability for work, how good the offers are floating out there and how the world changed post pandemic.

One has to think of job jumps as more than just that and consider an overall career strategy. Elizabeth will help you consider all the pros and cons of making a move in 2023.

Join Us! 

Title:
3.5-hour Tutorial on Heterogeneous Integration: Implementing Chiplets
Date:
February 22nd
1:00 PM (3.5 hours)
Location:
(in-person only)
Milpitas, CA
Abstract:

Choice between two free pre-symposium tutorials: One on chiplets; the other on three NIST-sponsored Roadmaps; no registration fee.

(Register separately if you wish to attend the HI Symposium, at:   https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/336609)

For program updates visit :  https://r6.ieee.org/scv-eps/?p=3003

 

Title:
Sixth Annual Symposium on Heterogeneous Integration and Annual Meeting
Date:
February 23rd
9:00 AM (2 days)
Location:
SEMI World Hdqtrs
Milpitas, CA
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Future Vision for Heterogeneous Integration from Global Perspectives, 2 days, 8 plenary talks, working groups ...

Invited Plenary Presentations "Critical Issues in Electronics Resurgence for next decade & beyond";   Key messages from groupings of the HIR Chapters (with cross-TWG panels); Cross TWG Collaboration & Dialogue; Planning for 2023 conference events, workshops & collaboration.

Register SEPARATELY for the two pre-symposium tutorials on Chiplets, and on NIST-sponsored Roadmaps at:

https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/339402

For updated program information visit: https://r6.ieee.org/scv-eps/?p=3003

Title:
Security in Quantum Computing Era
Date:
February 25th
8:00 AM (2 hours)
Abstract:

Free Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/security-in-quantum-computing-era-tickets-514840380437

Synopsis:

The amount of data that is being generated, stored, communicated, and analysed is increasing at an exponential rate. Securing this data while in storage (or)  in communication (or) in the analysis is challenging. Emerging technologies make this task much more challenging. Quantum computing is such an emerging technology having large-scale computing capabilities and has the potential to solve some of the problems that conventional computing principles can not solve. With such potential, it can adversely disrupt the current security frameworks and, at the same time, address some of the pressing problems in security. This talk introduces threats and challenges in security due to quantum computing, addressing security challenges with quantum principles and developments in post-quantum cryptography.

 

Title:
IEEE PHX Section Dave & Busters Tempe Marketplace Celebration & Awards Event
Date:
February 25th
1:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Dave & Busters Tempe Marketplace
Tempe, AZ
Cost:
Admission fee may apply
Abstract:

Hello IEEE Phoenix Section - We've missed YOU!

Let's celebrate being *in-person* together at Dave & Busters Tempe Marketplace.  We haven't had our Annual Awards Banquet since 2019 . . . so let's catch up and play some games together!  Come and join us as we have our own private roomheavy appetizers (with vegan, vegetarian, meat & gluten-free options!), soft drinkstea & coffee - all for ( for IEEE students).  We'll have a small awards ceremony and you'll get a sneak peak of ALL of our 2023 IEEE Phx Events!  We wanted to make this event as inclusive as possible - so you may register additional guests.  We are also keeping the price reasonable with the section also paying costs. Bring your spouse/family!  Underage guests must be accompanied on the game floor by a supervising adult over the age of 25. Ratio of 6 under-agers to 1 adult permitted, per Dave & Busters policy.  Price of admission ticket includes all the above.  For an accurate headcount, we must have everyone registered including all guests. Registration Closes February 19 at midnight.

For the gamers in our group, there is an OPTIONAL  Power Card for purchase - which includes  worth of play.  For an additional more you can upgrade to UNLIMITED Video Game play until close*.  Please SELECT the correct registration option to properly ADD your game card and/or unlimited play.

Cash Bar for alcohol.     

*Underage guests need to adhere to the minor policy of Dave & Busters

Title:
IEEE Tech Talk Protecting the National Grid
Date:
February 28th
4:00 PM (1 hour)
Abstract:

Join us for a session on how to protect the National Grid. How to prevent gun fire at the transformers, insulators, switch cabinets and transmission lines? What some of the penalties if caught? Are the CCTV cameras any deterrant from approaching the remote substations? What are local Utilities doing to prevent such occurances? What is the response time for local police? Is Cybersecurity a deterrant?

Title:
Starting Your Journey Towards Healthy Financial Habits
Date:
March 8th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Series Webinar

This session will cover multiple aspects of managing your personal finances including spending, goal setting, understanding your credit score, and managing debt.

 

IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Webinar Series

This series is being presented in partnership with the IEEE Member Discounts Program.

Title:
Chiplet Design and Heterogeneous Integration Packaging
Date:
March 9th
11:30 AM (1.5 hours)
Location:
SEMI World Hdqtrs
Milpitas, CA
Abstract:

Performance requirements for today’s semiconductor and optoelectronic devices are leading to shrinking geometries, more complex 3-dimensional structures, and new materials. High temperatures, hot spots and temperature spikes can have a major impact on reliability. It is essential that one have a thorough understanding of static and dynamic thermal performance under operating and static conditions. This has traditionally been complex, time consuming, and often lacked the resolution required to detect thermal anomalies that could lead to early device failures. Fortunately, advances in thermal imaging techniques that combine the benefits of thermoreflectance-based analysis with illumination wavelengths from near-ultraviolet to near infrared coupled with infrared thermography can support thermal, spatial, and transient resolution consistent with today’s advanced complex device structures and shrinking geometries. In addition, equipment has advanced to considerably reduce the time and cost to get accurate results. Many examples will be shared to fully illustrate the device thermal behaviors that can be detected with these advanced thermal analysis techniques.

Title:
March Business Meeting
Date:
March 21st
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Building C, 3rd Floor
Farmington, UT
Abstract:

The March business meeting of the IEEE 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 - Room 321, Building C, 3rd Floor, Farmington, UT 84025.

On the agenda we have:

  • TBD

This is a great opportunity to meet your new officers and get involved in the section.  If you are attending in person, please register and let us know what you would like to eat.

There is a webex with a call-in number for those that cannot make it in person.  Please contact the Shanker Shrestha ( shanker.shrestha@ieee.org) for the webex information.

Title:
5 Resume Trends For 2023
Date:
March 22nd
9:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Webinar Series: How to Find A New Job In 2023

 

Resume formats and software keeps changing every year. There are lots of different layouts and choices. Then, one has to worry about the content and if the reader understands what you've done in your career and how you are qualified for the job you are applying for online. 

It can be a confusing maze. 

Elizabeth Lions is a Career Coach and author of "I Quit! Working For You Isn't Working For Me", who will join us and share with us what the hot resume trends are for 2023. 

 

Title:
Building a Retirement Income Plan
Date:
April 5th
11:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Series Webinar

This session will provide insights on retirement income. Kyle Cunningham will address the differences between accumulation and distribution, the six risks of retirement, and relevant strategies for creating a sound and tax-efficient retirement income plan. 

 

IEEE-USA Financial Literacy Webinar Series

This series is being presented in partnership with the IEEE Member Discounts Program.

Title:
How to Vet a Company and Take the Right Offer
Date:
April 19th
9:00 AM (1 hour)
Abstract:

IEEE-USA Webinar Series: How to Find A New Job In 2023

It's likely with a hot skill set, you'll end up with at least two or three offers in 2023, but how do you know which one is the best for you? 

Elizabeth Lions is the Author of "I Quit! Working For You Isn't Working for Me". She is a career coach and has worked with engineering and IT professionals, placing them in stellar companies and coaching them for over twenty years.

Her client list includes leaders from Intel, MicroSoft, Global Payments and Boeing.  

She will join us and outline critical steps to take before accepting any offer, to ensure you have the right job in front of you. She will help you answer questions around salary expectations in job interviews, explain total compensation and perks you can ask for - and get - in this market. 

For more about her work, please visit Lionsology.com.

Title:
IEEE Las Vegas Tech Conference and Expo
Date:
April 21st
8:00 AM (9 hours)
Location:
4655 Dean Martin Drive
Las Vegas, NV
Abstract:

Join us in the Tech Capital of the USA. Find out the latest innovations and what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas and you will be equipped with the latest trends and innovations in Electronics, Electromagnetics, Power and Energy, Space Flight, Health Devices, BIM, management, and Tech.

Join us in the Tech Capital of the USA. Find out the latest innovations and what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas and you will be equipped with the latest trends and innovations in Electronics, Electromagnetics, Power and Energy, Space Flight, Health Devices, BIM, management, pre-Construction techniques, Women in Engineering, microgrids, wind turbines, EV Charging stations, Cyber Security and Battery Energy Storage Systems. Don't miss out with this great line up of professional speakers and engineers. Register today!

Title:
April Business Meeting
Date:
April 25th
5:30 PM (1.5 hours)
Location:
Building C, 3rd Floor
Farmington, UT
Abstract:

The April business meeting of the IEEE 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 - Room 321, Building C, 3rd Floor, Farmington, UT 84025.

On the agenda we have:

  • TBD

This is a great opportunity to meet your new officers and get involved in the section.  If you are attending in person, please register and let us know what you would like to eat.

There is a webex with a call-in number for those that cannot make it in person.  Please contact the Shanker Shrestha ( shanker.shrestha@ieee.org) for the webex information.

35 meetings. Generated Tuesday, January 31 2023, at 6:19:50 AM. All times America/Los_Angeles