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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) is currently recruiting for a Distribution Engineer
. Preparation of plans, specifications of electrical utility installations, project design requirements, standards, engineering calculations, estimates of time and material costs, more.
CALL FOR PAPERS

May 17, 2019, GHTC call-for-papers, Seattle, WA
Sharing practical technology enabled solutions addressing the needs of underserved populations and resource constrained environments around the world. See ad below.


PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES
AND EVENTS

May 2, 2019 Free Half-Day Seminar - Are your Open Source Libraries at Risk? Attend the Open Source Security - Risks, Challenges, and Solutions, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View to learn what you can do now to mitigate vulnerabilities. Explore the newest trends in Open Source security - Hear best practices on how to keep up with vulnerabilities - Learn ways to control risks in Open Source software. See ad below.

May 2, 2019, Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs Festival, Santa Clara. Start ups, artificial intelligence, big data, IoT, social entrepreneurship, VC funding, content marketing, and women in leadership. Use code eGrid for 50% discount. See ad below.

May 4, 2019, Register for SFBay ACM and ValleyML.ai's full-day workshop on Distributed Tensorflow with Kubernetes - AI Workshop to join us for a day of learning & creating by leading data scientists & practitioners. MLS Listings, 740 Kifer Road, Training Room, Sunnyvale. The discount code is AI25OFF for $25 off the early-bird pricing of $150. Early bird closes by April 15.

May 7, 2019, 6:45 pm to 8:30 pm, Purdue College of Engineering Silicon Valley Innovation Showcase on Brain-Inspired AI, Y Media Labs, 255 Shoreline Drive 6th Floor, Redwood City
RSVP by May 2 to engadv@prf.org

May 10-11, 2019, TiEcon, Santa Clara
The World's Largest Entrepreneurship Conference - AI Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Blockchain, Health Tech, Smart Enterprise, Exponential Technology, Next Gen Mobility and Autonomous Transportation.

June 11-13, 2019, WITI Summit, San Jose
Premier global event for women, and men, in technology. Develop skills to secure your success in your profession and life. 2,000+ attendees from six continents. See ad below.

August 16-17, 2019, State of AI and ML-Summer 2019, Gillmor Center, 3000 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara
As part of a series of regularly planned events, we plan to cover the state-of-the-art advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technology. Early bird tickets till April 30th. Registration closes on August 9th.

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


EAST MEETS WEST ENTREPRENEUR FESTIVAL

Do you dream of becoming an entrepreneur? The Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs Festival will take place at the Santa Clara Convention Center on May 2nd, and will feature:

* Artificial intelligence
* Social entrepreneurship
* Big data
* IoT
* VC funding
* Content marketing
* Women in leadership

The China-US Business Summit is a non-governmental platform which facilitates the exchange and cooperation between Chinese and American SMEs. Register here and use the code eGrid for 50% discount. Make your dreams come to life.


RISKS OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE

Are your Open Source projects leaving you open to risk? Don't miss IEEE Computer Society's Half-Day Seminar, Open Source Security - Risks, Challenges, and Solutions on Thursday May 2, from 9:30am to 1:00pm at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View.

* Learn what developers can do to mitigate the risks
* Explore why and how open source libraries are increasing risk
* Hear best practices for incorporating open-source software in SDL process
* Ask the experts your most pressing questions

FREE Admission | Lunch Will Be Served | Approved for 3 hour PDH credit!


MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY

The WITI Summit, held on June 9-11 in San Jose, joins executives, entrepreneurs, and technology thought leaders from around the world, which convenes to foster women's success in all technology related fields and organizations. More than 1,800 attendees are expected from four continents.

Leadership and Coaching                  Innovation and Technology
* How to build a personal brand                  * Autonomous Cars
    & thought leadership with Linkedin         * AI and Machine Learning
* Strategies to get on boards                         * IoT
* Thought leadership for all                          * Digital Health
* Lead with compassion: Find your              * AR/VR
    own leadership style                                  * BtoB Marketing
* Leading diverse teams                                * Voice Technology
* Building your leadership                             * Big Data Analytics
* Coaching Circles                        * Cloud computing and Enterprise software

Use code partner2019 for $200 discount off the prevailing cost of a 3-day pass. witi.com/summit. Men are also welcome!


ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

Northeastern University in Silicon Valley now offers MS in Computer Systems Engineering with an IoT Concentration. Attend the Spring Open House on April 13 to learn more. Register here. The Open House is from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., with registration starting at 9:45 a.m.

We have gathered industry experts at our spring open house who will share their professional advancement insights in areas of
* Computer science
* IoT
* Data analytics
* Regulatory affairs
* Project management

Northeastern University * 6024 Silver Creek Valley Road, San Jose * northeastern.edu/siliconvalley


SCU
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          Leading the way to a sustainable future.

   The Santa Clara University Graduate Engineering offers a program which explores the social, environmental, and economic impact of emerging energy technologies:
* MS degree in Power Systems and Sustainable Energy.
* Certificate programs in Renewable Energy
and Frugal Innovation

Students interested in the MS degree must satisfy the standard admissions criteria, an undergraduate degree in a field of engineering (physics degrees will also be considered), GRE scores and (for international students) demonstrated proficiency in English. Both TOEFL and IELTS scores are acceptable for this purpose.

To obtain more information, please contact Stacey Tinker at stinker@scu.edu or call 408-554-4313. Mention this ad and your application fee will be waived.


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/.


SOFTWARE SALES AND EDUCATION

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DIVERSITY IN THE WORKFORCE - LIVING STORIES

Each one of us looks at the same situation from a different perspective. A diverse workforce with an opportunity to voice their opinions and insights will allow for more opportunities to think outside the box to dream up new products, enhance a product's features, or identify a problem which is obvious to one person, but invisible to a homogeneous workforce. See this movie trailer which offers some highlights of contributions made by minorities, in addition to the Hidden Figures. See A Place at the Table
EMPLOYMENT WANTED

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Successful wafer fab mgr, fabless program mgr, technical & process engineering mgr, technical sales & customer relations, Thin Films expert, SBIR reviewer, start-up experience, seeking challenges in consulting, management, & engineering, Glenn Friedman

Materials Chemist/Engineer with deep experience in Academic and Industrial Materials R&D with over 5 years experience. Familiar with material characterization equipment such as SEM, TGA, FTIR, PXRD, etc. Expertise in synthesis of Metal-Organic Framework. Failure analysis on QFN, QFP. Looking for opportunities in process engineering, semiconductor manufacturing, chemical engineering, failure analysis. Benny Hsieh

Hardware Design Engineer with 6 yrs experience in embedded systems, ASIC design and sensor/semiconductor microfabrication. Experienced in product design flow in multiple domains: digital logic, MEMS, microfluidics; seeking R&D/engineering position Vidhya Balaji

Process development, manufacturing, or supply chain management in the semiconductor industry (at SME or IDM) or adjacent / similar industry. Lary James

Mechanical Engineer with almost 2 years of Rapid Prototyping, Engineering Documentation (GD&T), and Device Development at a medical device / nanotechnology startup (Nano Precision Medical); seeking Entry Level Engineering Position (Mechanical, NPI, Automation, Process Development, Manufacturing). John Tatka

Available immediately, a people-oriented, Engineering Director/Silicon Architect with over 30 tapeouts of IC Design experience that have shipped over a Billion units. Complete product lifecycle, from initial conception through design, verification, fabrication & testing. rafaelbetancourt.com; Rafael J. Betancourt; betasoft@ieee.org

Masters in both chemical engineering and materials engineering with specialty in polymer chemistry. Over 5 years laboratory experience in materials synthesis, characterization, formulation, and coating. Seeking Materials/Chemical/Polymer Engineer opportunities. Bo Yuan

Scientist expert in nanomaterials synthesis and characterization; active materials (printable electrocatalysts and colloidal nanoparticles) for electrochemical devices; biosensors for biomedical systems; analytical methods for process and product characterization. Experience working in start-up environment and familiar with regulatory requirements. Seeking opportunities in Research/Engineering. Elaheh Farjami, PhD

Over 5 yrs experience in design/processing of biomaterials and handling of mammalian stem cells. Expert in biochemical assay/optical characterization; seeking research/engineering position. Dr. Varshini Vishwanath

Data-driven, result-oriented Product Marketing Manager with expertise in technical marketing (sensors, scientific instrumentation), strong scientific background and customer-oriented service support is ready to re-enter the workforce, Nataliya Starostina

Materials scientist with 15+ years experience in the commercialization of nanomaterials; experience includes materials synthesis, characterization, formulation, and coating; Seeking opportunities in R&D, and/or management. Roland Lee, PhD

Experienced materials scientist with expertise in device processing, micro-fabrication techniques, materials characterization and device applications of nanomaterials; carbon based nanomaterials and their hybrid systems; seeking R&D and materials engineering position in any location, Vasuda Bhatia, PhD

Expert in thin film and materials development, device fabrication, with rich experiences on product launch and transfer. Seeking R&D or product related position, Dr. Xiaofeng Yao Harman

Principle Structure Analysis Engineer, Dr. Rachel A. Zhao, with 15+ year experience finite element analysis with strong mechanics research and teaching experience in nonlinear static and dynamic analysis including impact, vibration and fatigue analysis for vehicles, spacecraft, electronics packages, PCB, solder joints etc.

Developer & Cloud DevOPS w/ 11 years Unix/Linux, 6 years Colloidal & Surface Chemistry, developing prototype MESH drone swam for pollution/bacteria & virus monitoring, Joschka-Joseph Anderso, ixythau@gmail.com

Can help on modern cybersecurity, virtualized networking/information fabric slices and 5g along with smart utilization of AI/ML technologies: Director/cto level engineering architect and development exec with 25+ yrs of expertise. TK Lala, tk2929@gmail.com

Senior Engineer / Manager with BSME & MBA, former entrepreneur with electro mechanical expertise seeking contract work with options for outside sub-contract services in Contract Manufacturing / QA Engineer with start up or established firms. Familiar with ISO Stds etc. Also have a wide array of expertise across technical marketing as well as offshore sub-contract mechanical engineering design services. Sri Seelin, seelinsn@gmail.com, 408-307-9086



ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

Northeastern University in Silicon Valley
now offers MS in Computer Systems Engineering with an IoT Concentration. Attend the Spring Open House on April 13 to learn more. Register here. See ad below left.

Besser Associates Besser3
The Worldwide Leader in RF and Wireless Training.

Santa Clara University Graduate EngineeringSCU
MS in Sustainable Energy, and certificates in Renewable Energy or Frugal Innovation. See ad below left.


SOFTWARE SALES AND EDUCATION

Ozen Engineering ANSYS software sales, support, training, and consulting. See ad below left.
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EVENTS

Santa Clara Valley Section

4/23, 5:30 pm, SCV PHOT, In-Package Optical I/O: Solving the Electrical I/O Bottleneck, Intel: Building SC12, 3600 Juliette Lane, Santa Clara
Increases in high-performance ASICs; integration between electronics and photonics and require rethinking traditional communication architectures. Free.

4/23, 6:30 pm, SCV CE, Artificial Intelligence Applications in Consumer Elecronic Devices, Nvidia Building E, 2800 Scott Boulevard, Santa Clara
Machine Learning for Mobile Developers: Tensorflow Lite Framework; Personal IoT Devices: Too much or much needed? $0-9 includes food.

4/25, 6:00 pm, SCV CS CIS, Data Management in The Cloud Era, 4040 George Sellon Circle, Santa Clara
Terraform based orchestration, ways to deploy microservices on a Kubernetes cluster and whip up some python/java apps quickly in the Oracle cloud. Free.

4/25, 6:00 pm, SCV CASS SSCS MEMS, Flexible Radios and Flexible Networks, QualComm Santa Clara, Building B, 3165 Kifer Road, Santa Clara
adding flexibility and building reconfigurable hardware; build lower power and less costly consumer systems that can adapt across protocols and networks and work under changing device technologies. Free; $3-$5 donation for food.

4/25, 6:30 pm, SFBAC PELS, Growing Electric Networks from the Bottom-Up: Circuits and Systems for Decentralized Power Conversion, Texas Instruments, Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Blvd., Santa Clara
Learn about decentralized power converter optimization and control for microgrid and nanogrid applications; actively detect and diagnosis faults, essentially acting as probes within networks. Free to $5; includes refreshments.

5/1, 6:45 pm, SCV CS, The Origins of Silicon Valley: Why and How It Happened Here, Immanuel Lutheran Church, 14103 Saratoga Ave, Saratoga
Early 20th century, angel investments, tech development, new management practices, where innovation happens today. Free.

5/2, 6:00 pm, SFBA TEMS, The Director Coach: An Approach to Filling the Younger CEO's "Training Gap", National Instruments, 4600 Patrick Henry Drive, Santa Clara
CEO age drop, less time to learn; need for a coach. Fee: $12 IEEE members, $15 non-members (Early Birds); At the Door: $20

5/7, 5:30 pm, SCV EMC, Navigating Compliance in the BRIC Marketplace, 7 layers, 1293 Anvilwood Ave., Sunnyvale
Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC); maze of culture, laws, and overlapping regulations; insight into the processes; navigate a safe path to compliance.

5/9, 6:15 pm, SCV REL, Reliability and Aging of Organic-Inorganic Hybrids with Unique Mechanical and Thermal Properties, Qualcomm, Inc., 3165 Kifer Road, Building-B Cafeteria, Santa Clara
"molecular bridging" mechanism; individual confined polymer chains are stretched and pulled out of the matrix pores behind an advancing crack tip; Controlling the interaction; Incorporating heat-resistant polyimides. Free.

5/9, 8:00 am, SCV WIE OWL YP CS, IEEE Women in Computing Summit 2019, Oracle Auditorium, 4030 George Sellon Circle, Santa Clara
Discuss common challenges and establish real strategic solutions to grow your career; latest trends in computing technology. $5 to $30.

5/14, 7:00 pm, SCV CNSV, Accelerating Machine Learning and Neural Networks: Software for Hybrid Memristor-based Computing, SEMI, 567 Yosemite Dr, Milpitas
An alternative to GPUs, FPGAs or ASICs for machine learning and neural network applications. Free.

5/23, 9 am, SFBA NANO, Nano's 15th annual Spring Symposium: Nanoscience at The Molecular Foundry, SEMI, 567 Yosemite Dr, Milpitas
The Molecular Foundry is a national user facility for nanoscale science serving hundreds of academic, industrial and government scientists around the world each year. Free to $75.

5/30, 6:00 pm, SCV EDS, Nitrided and Fluorinated Graphene for the Applications on High Mobility Graphene Transistor, Memory and Chemical Sensors, Texas Instruments Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Dr, Building E, Santa Clara
Scalable and one-step fabrication of single atomic-layer transistors. Free, includes pizza.

6/6, 6:00 pm SFBA TEMS, How to Save a Program or Project that is Failing and Make a Good One the Best It Can Be, National Instruments, 4600 Patrick Henry Drive, Santa Clara
75% of new projects fail; evaluate big programs in trouble and lead them to success. Fee: $12 IEEE members, $15 non-members (Early Birds); At the Door: $20

6/13, 6:00 pm, SCV HIST, Challenger Shuttle Disaster: Recovery of Data From Damaged Tapes, KeyPoint Credit Union 2805 Bowers Ave (just off Central Expressway), Santa Clara
Tapes immersed in 100 feet of salt water. Speaker Dr. Ric Bradshaw led the team that recovered the data.

10/3, 6:00 pm, SFBA TEMS, Managing the Unmanageable: If You Are Agile, What Do Managers Do?, National Instruments, 4600 Patrick Henry Drive, Santa Clara
Managers have critical roles to play in enabling agile success. $12 IEEE members, $15 non-members (Early Birds); At the Door: $20


Oakland East Bay Section

4/18, 5:30 pm, OEB IAS, Smart Buildings, Fundamentals, History, State of the Art, Zio Fraedo's 611 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill
Which building infrastructure systems could be made "smart" and which might benefit from advanced technology, where it all started, how it has progressed over time and where it stands today. $15 to $30.

5/15, 9:00 am, OEB SPS ComSoc LLNL, The 23rd Annual Signal & Image Sciences Workshop, HPC Innovation Center, Livermore Valley Open Campus, Livermore
Machine learning & pattern analysis; Control systems; Real-time / embedded systems; Signal processing; Image & video processing; NDE & inverse problems; Radar & wireless communications; Radiation detection & isotope ID. Free.

5/16, 5:30 pm, OEB IAS, Application Considerations for the New IEEE 1584-2018 Arc-Flash Model, Zio Fraedo's, 611 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill
Effects of both horizontal and vertical conductor orientations; arc current variation and enclosure size effects on the incident energy; power system analysis software. $15 to $30.


San Francisco Section

IEEE San Francisco Section is excited to announce the new Women in Engineering (WIE) Affinity Group. Join the group and take advantage of technical and professional activities empowering Women in Engineering. If you're interested, please contact the Group Founder at ksalima@ieee.org.

4/23, 5:30 pm, SF IAS, Fault Protection For EV Charging Stations, San Francisco Italian Athletic Club, 1630 Stockton St., San Francisco
Look inside an EV charging station, review the protection technology, and discus how to assure a safe EV charger installation. $10 students; $25 everyone else.

5/28, 5:30 pm, SF IAS, Resilient Microgrid Architectures for Mission Critical Facilities, San Francisco Italian Athletic Club, 1630 Stockton St., San Francisco
Microgrids incorporating on-site power generation technologies and sophisticated load management to achieve resiliency of their power supply as well as sustainability and operational cost reduction. $10 students; $25 everyone else.


AN EPICS EVENT


EPICS (Engineering Projects in Community Service) Expo was held on February 18th for SJSU and SCU students to showcase their projects and was specifically designed to help the local Silicon Valley community. For information on their projects and photos, please see EPICS.pdf
VOLUNTEER AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Partner with science teachers of K-8 students - topsofscv.org STEM logo

School Science Presenters Wanted for AVS Science in Action - ncccavs_education@avs.org or brynsvold@ieee.org! SIA Logo

Have you ever thought about teaching? Learn more and Apply for the EnCorps Fellowship for STEM Professionals - encorps.org EnCorpsSTEM

Project Open NanoCarbon - Monthly meetups/opensci journal club to research, build and deploy open hardware to rapidly solidify gigatonnes of carbon from atmospheric CO2.

Advise & mentor underrepresented young adult entrepreneurs. Flexible time commitment. Business and technology experienced professionals browse details, and apply to join at skysthelimit.org

IEEE Helps Out at the Synopsys Science and Technology Championship (14 March 2019)

The Santa Clara Valley Section of the IEEE sent ten local IEEE members to help judge projects at the Synopsys Science and Technology Challenge. The science fair was held at the San Jose Convention center on March 14th. This is the 59th year that this Silicon Valley event has been held, and our IEEE section has participated in this event continuously for over 30 years.

IEEE volunteers evaluated over 400 projects in categories that included electrical, mechanical, software and biomedical engineering. From these projects we selected 12 projects that demonstrated an excellent understanding of the use of electrical and electronic principles. In addition to evaluating projects our volunteers spent several hours talking with students about their projects and encouraging them to continue their technology and scientific studies.

The IEEE judges this year were: Keith Gudger, Ken Doniger, Srinivas Vennapureddy, Geetha Vuppal, Scott Wakefield, Edward Miller, Wes Ramirez, George Rossmann, Lee Tavrow and Charlie Neuhauser. In addition, to the Santa Clara fair, many of these IEEE judges also assisted at the San Mateo and Santa Cruz science fairs. Local science fairs are held during February and March. If you would like to join us next year, please send a note to Charlie Neuhauser at CNeuhauser@Earthlink.net.



Comic is courtesy of the San Jose Mercury News


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