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February 22, 2019 SF IAS Electrical Engineering POWER SYSTEMS One-Day Seminar, Pleasanton
Power and lighting management; medium voltage power system design; lead-acid batteries, Arc Flash calculations, and MV controls and drives.

Saturday February 23, 2019, 2019 Engineers Week Banquet, San Jose
The SVEC honors outstanding individuals for their contributions by welcoming them into its Hall of Fame. The banquet will also feature a distinguished keynote speaker on "5G: The Why. The What and the How", and award several scholarships for academic excellence. Discount code memberorg when purchasing for a table of ten, and orgmember if purchasing a single ticket.

March 6-7, 2019, ISQED 2019, Santa Clara
Quality Electronics Design; manufacturing, design and EDA.

April 5, 2019, 3rd ASSIC2019 (Automotive Semiconductor Safety Innovation Conference 2019), Santa Clara
Automotive Flash & SSD Device, IoT & Autonomous Vehicle, SEU Impact & Mitigation, Latest EDA Offerings for Functional Safety, and ISO 26262 Standard & its Implication. Email Su Jin Han at pappiho66@gmail.com for more information.

May 6-8, 2019, ISPCE 2019, San Jose
Worker and innovators - product safety and compliance engineering.

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. Link to 2018 event here, and will be updated to the 2019 event when available.


SOFTWARE SALES AND EDUCATION

Ozen Engineering, Inc., an Elite ANSYS Channel Partner, offers customers:
* ANSYS software products
* Technical support
* Training
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High and Low Frequency Electromagnetics Simulations and Testing in anechoic chambers, 5G solutions, Thermal, Thermal-Stress, FEA, CFD, Solder Joint Reliability, Electromigration, Electronics Cooling, Design Optimization, Cloud Computing, and more. For more information call 408-732-4665 or visit ozeninc.com.


QUALITY ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM

To learn the latest trends in electronic design & automation and semiconductor technologies, attend the
20th International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED 2019)
. This premier interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary Electronic Design conference bridges the gap among Electronic/Semiconductor ecosystem members providing electronic design tools, integrated circuit technologies, semiconductor technology, package assembly, and test to achieve total design quality. The conference covers:

  * Security                     Keynote: Adversarial attacks
  * IoT                              on Security and Privacy of
  * Machine Learning     Machine Learning Systems
  * Electronic Design

ISQED 2019 will be held on March 6-7, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara. For more information, see ISQED 2019. Quality spoken here.


ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

MEAD Education: Advanced Engineering Courses 2019.

Courses include:

* Advanced Analog IC Design
* SERDES Design for Wireline and Optical Communications

The course covers all relevant aspects in an intensive manner. The material is updated every time the course is offered, to keep it current.
Held at the beautiful UC Santa Cruz campus, Baskin School of Engineering, from March 25 to 29, 2019. MEAD Education


IoTSurvey Northeastern University offers the MS in Information Systems program with Blockchain Technology Specialization. It offers the opportunity to take a socio-technical approach to software engineering, while also investing in major career growth opportunities in one of the technology industry's newest and most compelling innovations. This represents a new area on how complex systems of networks of mediated businesses and entities will be designed and built. Click here to learn more.

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


SCU
            Engineering with a Mission

   The Santa Clara University Graduate Engineering program offers:

* 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.


POWER SYSTEMS

Attend the Electrical Engineering POWER SYSTEMS One-Day Seminar and you will receive an education in lighting, medium voltage, lead-acid batteries, Arc Flash calculations, and MV controls and drives.

* Designing Secure Systems for Power and Lighting Management * Medium Voltage Power System Design
* MV Switchgear Control Power Battery Selection and Sizing
* NFPA 70E / IEEE 1584: Significant Changes
* MV VFDs

This one-day seminar will be held on February 22 in Pleasanton. Please register HERE.


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
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Successful wafer fab mgr, fabless program mgr, technical & process engineering mgr, technical sales & customer relations, 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

IC packaging technologist with 30 years of package process development and product line management experience. Knowledge of packaging process design rules, package architecture, pricing and supply chain. Looking for consulting, or full time position in package development or business development. Hamid Eslampour; hamidre41@yahoo.com


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Engineering chapters, societies, and affinity groups in the SF Bay Area include:
* Antenna and Propagation Society (APS) * Circuits & Systems Society (CASS)* Computer Society (CS)* Consultant's Network Affinity Group (CNSV) * Communications Society (ComSoc) * Consumer Electronics (CE) * Control Systems (CS) * Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) * Electronic Packaging Society (EPS) * Engineering In Medicine & Biology Society (EMBS) * Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS)* Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) * Industry Applications Society (IAS) * Instrumentation & Measurement Society (IMS) * Life Members Affinity Group (LMAG)* Magnetics Society (MAG) * MEMS & Sensors Council (MEMS) * Microwave Theory & Techniques (MTT) * Nanotechnology Council(NANO) * Nuclear & Plasma Sciences (NUE) * Power Electronics Society (PELS) * Photonics (PHOT) * PhotoVoltaics (PV)* Power & Energy Society (PES) & Industry Applications Society (IAS) * Product Safety Engineering (PSE) * Reliability (REL) * Robotics & Automation (RAS) * Signal Processing Society (SPS) * Solid State Circuits Society (SSCS) * Women In Engineering Affinity Group (WIE) * Young Professionals Affinity Group (YP)

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

Northeastern University, Silicon Valley IoTSurvey
MS in Information Systems program with Blockchain Technology Specialization: socio-technical approach to software engineering. See ad below left.

MEAD Education
Advanced Engineering Courses on the Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems, from March 25 to 29, 2019. 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.
IEEE SENIOR MEMBER ELEVATION in SANTA CLARA COUNTY

Senior member elevation meeting to take place on April 8th, 6 pm, at Silicon Valley Polytechnic Institute, 1762 Technology Drive #228, San Jose. Bring three hard copes of your resume, and we will provide IEEE members to review your status and become your references for your senior upgrade. The meeting will take place between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided at this free event.
Enjoy the perks of being a Senior in Santa Clara County! For more information, please see ieee-senior-member. Register with Kris Verma, who can be reached at krisverma@sbcglobal.net.

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Santa Clara Valley Section

Blockchain Group Be part of the new Blockchain Group, the latest disruptive technology many are talking about. If interested, please notify Ramesh Ramadoss at dr.ramesh.ramadoss@ieee.org.

2/18, 5:00 pm, EPICS, Local EPICS in IEEE event, San Jose State University, Student Union Building, One Washington Square, San Jose, http://www.sjsu.edu/epics/
Empowers students to work with local service organizations to apply technical knowledge to implement solutions for a community's unique challenges. To attend, contact Ray Alcantara, r.alcantara@ieee.org, Tel 1-732-981-2867.

2/19, 11:30 am, SFBA NANO, Nanotechnology for Imaging and Radiation Therapy , Varian Medical Systems Cafe, 3130 Hansen Way, Palo Alto
Director of Stanford's radiation oncology department FREE seminar. Bring or purchase a lunch from the cafeteria which opens at 11 am. Networking begins at 11:30 am. Seminar at 12:00 noon.

2/20, 7:30 pm, SCV EMBS, Real-time Biosensors for Continuous Measurements of Specific Biomolecules in Live Animals, Room M-114 of the Alway Bldg., Stanford University School of Medicine
First real-time, closed loop feedback control of drug concentration in live animals using the real-time biosensor. Free; Optional dinner and networking at the Stanford Hospital cafeteria, 6:15 to 7:15 pm

2/20, 6:00 pm, SCV MTT, Terahertz Technology and its Applications, National Instruments, 4600 Patrick Henry Dr., Santa Clara
Science and other applications that specifically require technology at terahertz frequencies; research was carried out at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Free, pizza will be served.

2/20, 6:30 pm, SCV MEMS, Sensors/RF Digitization for IoT-Applications Using All-Digital-Very-Scalable-ADC TAD, Texas Instruments Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Dr., Santa Clara
All digital; automotive sensors are explained including gyro-sensor implementation; FinFET technologies for future high-performance mixed-signal ASICs/SoCs. $5 donation for food.

2/21, 6:30 pm, SCV CES, Consumer Electronics/IoT Device Security, NVIDIA, 2800 Scott Blvd., Building E, Santa Clara
Add security to device in the initial design stage or, later and trade offs between how much security is needed and where to place security in overall system with multiple devices. Free to $10.

2/21-22, SFBA EPS EDS PHOT, IEEE Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap Symposium (HIRS), SEMI, 673 S Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas
Day 1: Introduction to HIR v1.0: - Release of HIR version 1.0: How to Download and Use the Roadmap. Day 2: TWG Breakout Sessions for HIR v2.0 - Working Group Caucus & Cross-Group meetings. $25 to $50

2/22, 6:00 pm, SCV CAS, SSCS, MTT, and MEMS, Reflections on High-Performance Fractional-N Frequency Synthesis, Texas Instruments, Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Blvd., Santa Clara
Highlighting fundamental architecture-related issues which can degrade performance, insights into the root causes of the problems, and some ideas which help to ameliorate the situation. Free for the talk, $3 to $5 for food and drink.

2/26, 6:30 pm, SCV MAG, Magnetic Particle Imaging Emerges into Preclinical Research: Hardware, Nanoparticles, and Animal Models, Western Digital, 1710 Automation Pkwy, San Jose
Image the brain, detect cancers, detect gut bleeds, and visualize traumatic brain injury. Free, includes pizza and cookies.

2/28, 6:00 pm, SCV PSES, Design for Safety of New Generation of Consumer Electronic Products' Battery Systems, Exponent, 149 Commonwealth Drive, Menlo Park
New stresses, including the natural environment, user interaction, and industrial design, as well as the failure modes of lithium-ion batteries. Free.

2/28, 6:00 pm, SCV CASS, SSCS, PELS Energizing and Powering Microsystems, Texas Instruments, Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Blvd., Santa Clara
Emerging microelectronic systems can draw energy from elusive ambient sources to power tiny wireless sensors. Free; $3 to $5 donation for food.

3/5, 6:00 pm, SCV EDS, Spintronics-Perspectives and Challenges, Texas Instruments, Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Blvd., Santa Clara
"universal memory"; Research in the infant stage; computing applications such as bio-inspired computing and quantum computing; image processing; complex computing problems. Free, pizza provided.

3/7, 6:00 pm, SFBA TEMS, Managing Frugal Innovation, National Instruments, 4600 Patrick Henry Drive, Santa Clara
Fee: $12 IEEE members, $15 non-members (Early Birds); At the Door: $20

3/12, 5:30 pm, SCV EMC, Automated Design Rule Check for EMC Design, 7layers, 1293 Anvilwood Ave, Sunnyvale
Automated Design Rule Checking (DRC) tools for EMC, possible ways of automating the process and the importance of having customized rules and design.

3/12, 7:00 pm. SCV CNSV, Is a Secure Cloud the Impossible Dream?, SEMI World Hdqtrs, 673 South Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas
How the cloud works, where its vulnerabilities are, how these are being addressed. Free.

3/13, 11:30 pm, SFBA EPS, Visualizing the Packaging Roadmap, SEMI World Hdqtrs, 673 South Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas
28nm lowest economic end of Moore's Law; product-based integrated solution roadmap; Heterogeneous Integration for High Performance Computing Applications and the packaging solutions this will drive. $5 to $10 for refreshments.

3/13, 6:30 pm, SCV ComSoc, Toward Digital Cities: Perspectives from CIOs of Silicon Valley, Texas Instruments, Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Blvd., Santa Clara
Free, refreshments are $5.

4/4, 6:00 pm, SFBA TEMS, Part 2: The 60 Minute Harvard MBA for Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs , National Instruments, 4600 Patrick Henry Drive, Santa Clara
Fee: $12 IEEE members, $15 non-members (Early Birds); At the Door: $20

4/10, 11:30 am, SFBA EPS, High Density D2W DBI Hybrid Bonding for 2.5D/3D Applications, SEMI World Hdqtrs, 673 South Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas
Chip-stacking, microbumps, issues, new process, low cost, sensors, MEMS, computing. $5 to $10 for lunch; presentation at noon free.

4/10, 6:30 pm, SCV ComSoc, Digital Predistortion of Broadband Amplifiers for Cable Access, Texas Instruments, Building E Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Blvd., Santa Clara
DPD for cable access is quite different from the DPD technique commonly used in wireless base stations. There are interesting issues, such as the Giga Hertz bandwidth and the BER performance. Free, refreshments are $5.

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

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.


Oakland East Bay Section

2/21, 5:30 pm, OEB IAS, Enabling Electrical Safety with Prevention Through Design (PtD), Considering IEEE 1584, NFPA 70E & More in System Design, Zio Fraedo's, 611 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill
Prevention through Design philosophy can create a safer environment for workers that need to work near potentially hazardous electrical energy. $15 - $30.

3/21, 5:30 pm, OEB IAS, Current Limiting Arc Flash Quenching System for Improved Incident Energy Reduction, Zio Fraedo's 611 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill
Reducing clearing time of overcurrent protective devices; defined methods of reducing incident energy. $15 to $30.

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

2/20, 11:45 am, SF PES, Using Mobile Atmospheric Profiling Systems to Monitor and Study Extreme Wildfire and Fire Weather in Utility Operations, 505 Van Ness Avenue, Courtyard Room, San Francisco
Fire-induced winds can be up to 3 to 4 times greater than the ambient wind typicallyused for fire model initiation. Free.

2/22, 8:00 am SF IAS, Electrical Engineering POWER SYSTEMS One-Day Seminar, 7050 Johnson Dr, Pleasanton
Power and Lighting Management; Medium Voltage Power System Design; MV Switchgear Control Power Battery; NFPA 70E / IEEE 1584; MV VFDs. $225


VOLUNTEER AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The Tech Museum of Innovation encourages prospective engineers by presenting a "challenge" to teams of students in Grades 4-12 to use the engineering design process to solve a real-world problem. Their challenge: Design and build a hovercraft that can navigate different terrains. Judges are needed on March 30 and 31 to interview the teams, review their lab notebooks and evaluate the performance of the devices. For more information, see thetech.org/thetechchallenge.

Are you interested in positively impacting the next generation of Female Engineers and Computer Scientists? Register to be a Mentor at the Bay Area Speed Mentoring Dinner for Female Engineers and Computer Scientists.You will enjoy a night of great networking, amazing keynote speakers, a free LinkedIn photo and a free delicious three course dinner!! Please also kindly encourage aspiring female engineers and computer scientists to register and attend. This year's theme is WALK STRONG & KNOW YOU BELONG! This event is organized and hosted by Ohlone College Professor of Engineering- Rose-margaret Ekeng-Itua. Register via this link Speed Mentoring Dinner

SCV Electronics Packaging Society is looking for Sponsors for STEM Internships for this Summer
These summer internships are to increase interest in STEM careers by providing students with the opportunity to work side-by-side with engineers or technicians in a company and apply what they've learned from the Engineering Design Pathway course(s) they've completed. Rotary is looking for companies to either help fund the program overall, or to fund interns to work on-site with your engineers. Submittal Date: no later than Friday, March 8, 2019. Further information: cpmt.org/scv

Science fair judges and sponsorship of prizes needed Science Fairs provide an opportunity for students from middle schools and high schools to show their projects and hear comments from professionals like you. Give the gift of your time and experience to any or all three science fairs: Santa Cruz (Saturday, March 2, 9:00 am to 12:30 pm), San Mateo (Sunday, March 3, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm), and Santa Clara (Thursday, March 14, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm). Contact Charlie Neuhauser at (408) 245-0085 (W) or Cneuhauser@Earthlink.net.

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



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