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2017DeepLearing1 On July 13, in Santa Clara, a full-day course is offered which will provide you with the hands-on knowledge you need to develop deep learning computer vision applications - both on embedded systems and in the cloud - with TensorFlow, one of today's most popular frameworks for deep learning.

TensorFlow, the open-source framework for deep learning created by Google, has experienced explosive growth in popularity. Its powerful syntax allows for:

* Distributed computation
* Improved efficiency
* Modularization

enabling developers to turn high-level designs into the low-level mathematical operations required for machine learning algorithms.
Please see tensorflow.embedded-vision.com/ Sign up with promo code IEEE and receive a 15% discount until June 15th, and 10% from June 16th on.


SiliconValleyIoTsurvey Northeastern University-Silicon Valley is particularly interested in your insights about Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, based on your membership in the prestigious community of IEEE professionals. We believe that the depth and breadth of expertise of your community provides the comprehensive quality we are seeking. This is a short, 8-question survey that should only take about 5-10 minutes to complete. Your point of view is tremendously valuable to us. We will use the survey to improve our education programs and provide world-class education that will meet industry needs.  Answer the survey now.  The first 200 respondents will receive a gift voucher for a cup of coffee.
With over 100 industry experts, and an expanded program to include interactive content, applications, demos, and hands-on components, the Sensors Expo & Conference is driving tomorrow's solutions with topics including:

* Black boxes in planes, drones, and autos              * Adding voice commands
* Wearable, IoT and 5G, medical, biometric             * Indoor air quality
* Agtech and the food industry               * City-scale Sensor Networks
* Augmented and virtual reality             * AI and deep learning
* Printed, flexible, stretchable, functional, fabric sensors and systems
* Energy harvesting and energy-efficient power solutions

Attend the industry's only event dedicated to sensors and sensor-integrated systems, coming to the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley, on June 27-29: Sensors Expo & Conference, sensorsexpo.com

SemiconWest2017 SEMICON West comes to San Francisco on July 11-13, offering all-new programming focused on the applications and technologies that are driving the microelectronics industry forward. Smart Automotive, Smart Manufacturing, MedTech, IoT and more. It's here that the industry gets a glimpse at what's next.

NEW IEEE programs organized by SEMI, IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section, and the IEEE Computer Society, include the World of IoT: Understanding Risks and Opportunities in Transformative Technologies (Session1: IoT Devices & Data and Session 2: Applications for Business Solutions). These sessions, free for IEEE members, will be held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis on Tuesday, July 11.

IoT devices collect data from or send data to the physical world. Microcontrollers, MEMS and sensors, and actuators form the building blocks of IoT device architecture. To learn more about each session, visit:

Session I: IoT Devices & Data from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Session II: Applications for Business Solutions from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Register by June 16th for SEMICON West and receive a complimentary Expo Only pass with access to the IEEE World of IoT sessions listed above.


Berkeley2017 Calling for papers for the Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems & Steep Transistors Workshop. The focus of the papers should be the radical reduction of power consumption in information processing systems - from devices to systems. This event will feature a mixture of oral and poster presentations. The organizing committee invites submission of papers in the following areas:

* The Systems Benefits of Lower Operating Voltage
* Steep Tunneling Transistors
* Steep Negative-Capacitance Gate Transistors
* Nano-Mechanical Switching
* Magnetic Switching, Magneto-Resistive Drive Current
* 3D-Integration to Save Energy
* Low-Energy Short-Distance Optical Communication
* Electrochemical Switching
* Cryogenic and Superconducting Computing
* New Analog Machines to Solve Digital Problems

Abstract Submission Deadline: Sunday July 2, 2017. Submit papers to e3s-center.org/events/e3s-symposium/e3s-sym-call.htm