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The Bay Area's Guide for local engineering events

  Stay relevant in the job market - maintain your network and keep up to date in your technology field. Attend the excellent conferences and events listed below. Between 65% and 85% of jobs are found through networking.

September 15-20, 2019, 41st Annual EOS/ESD Symposium and Exhibits with a IoT Workshop, Riverside Convention Center, 3637 5th Street, Riverside
The leading conference in the field of electrostatic discharge and electrical overstress.

September 23, 2019, IEEE Artificial Intelligence Symposium - AI, the Next Decade, Cisco Building 9, 260 E Tasman Drive, San Jose
From advances in AI, to how AI will affect your daily life - you'll get to hear, discuss and debate several perspectives at a full day of talks, panel discussions and networking. See ad below.

September 23-26, 2019, Storage Developer Conference (SDC), Santa Clara
Software and hardware developers should attend SDC 2019 to learn the latest in Computational Storage, Persistent Memory, NVMe, File Systems and much more. Get $200 off! Register here with code SDC19eGRID200

October 17 through 20, 2019, Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), Seattle, WA
Sharing practical technology enabled solutions addressing the needs of underserved populations and resource constrained environments around the world. See ad below.

November 20-21, 2019, Wearable USA, Santa Clara
All things wearable, from materials and manufacturing, to applications and markets. 40% attendee discount through July 19. See ad below.

December 9 through 13, 2019, IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Hawaii
Expert presentations on technologies including 5G, AI, ML, IoT, Cellular, Smart Cities, Cloud/Edge computing, Wireless Communications, Security and Networking; all in gorgeous Hawaii.

March /April 2020, IEEE Infrastructure Conference, Terra Gallery, San Francisco
Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning; AI Accelerators; Scalability & Reliability; The Future of AI and Infrastructure

March 25-26, 2020, 21st International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED2020), Santa Clara Convention Center
Security, IoT, ML/AI & Electronic Design, and Quantum Computing


ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

If you want to know where AI is headed, attend the IEEE Artificial Intelligence Symposium - AI, the Next Decade on September 23, at Cisco in San Jose.
From advances in AI, to how AI will affect your daily life, you'll get to hear, discuss and debate several perspectives at a full day of talks, panel discussions and networking.

Speakers and influencers from the AI community to present their thoughts on where the world is headed in terms of AI over the next decade.
Keynote speaker John Markoff, Fellow at Center For Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, "..trading the cost-effectiveness and precision of autonomous systems with the consequences of approaching the line where humans are no longer in control in decisions on life and death."

For more information, see ieee.aisymposium.org/#.



CALL FOR PAPERS

Papers are now being accepted for ISQED 2020, on Security, IoT, ML/AI & Electronic Design, and Quantum Computing. The conference will be held on March 25-26, 2020 in Santa Clara, with papers due October 11th, 2019.

Papers are now being accepted for the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) 2020, which will be held on 7-11 June, 2020, in Dublin, Ireland. Papers are due on October 14, 2019. Communications Enabling Shared Understanding


COMMUNICATIONS ACROSS THE GLOBE

The IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) is THE place to go for all things involved with global communications. With a theme of Revolutionizing Communications, the event showcases the latest in

* Cloud/Edge computing
* 5G Ecosystems and verticals
* Cellular / Wireless
* Artificial Intelligence (AI)
* Machine Learning (ML)
* Internet of Things (IoT)
* Roadmaps
* Smart Cities
* Automotive Edge computing solutions
* Security and Networking

Held December 9 through 13, 2019, in gorgeous Waikoloa, Hawaii. For more information, please see IEEE GLOBECOM 2019.


WEARABLES

To learn about all things wearable, from materials and manufacturing, to applications and markets, attend WEARABLE USA in Santa Clara from November 20-21, 2019.
* Medical devices, consumer healthcare, worker monitoring, sports analytics
* Electronic textiles, stretchable and flexible electronics, advanced manufacturing and advanced materials communities
* Flexible sensors, energy storage & harvesting, emerging display technologies, haptics and other key technology areas
* Hands on demonstrations, live manufacturing and interactive networking

Wearable USA is part of the IDTechEx Show. A series of synergistic events on Printed Electronics, wearable, sensors, IoT, Graphene & 2D materials, energy storage and electric vehicles. See idtechex.com/wearable-usa/show/en/ for more information. Register by July 19 to receive a 40% attendee discount. Receive a 30% discount using code IEEE-30% after July 19, through November 19th.(discount excludes exhibition-only passes).


TECHNOLOGY FOR HUMANITY IN ACTION

The Call for Papers for the Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC) is open until May 17th. The mission for the conference is sharing practical technology enabled solutions addressing the needs of underserved populations and resource constrained environments around the world and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG).

Taking place in Seattle, Washington on October 17 through 20, 2019, the focus areas for IEEE GHTC 2019 include:

* Agriculture & Food Security
* Good Health and Well Being
* Quality Education
* Clean Water & Sanitation
* Affordable & Clean Energy
* Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response & Recovery
* Communication/Connectivity in Support of Development
* Other Related United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

See topic details at ieeeghtc.org/author-central/call-for-papers/.