The Analog is the monthly newsletter of the Central Texas Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. New issues are published around the first of each month.  The deadline for inclusion of material is the 26th of the month.  Send submissions, comments, questions to John Purvis, Editor, john.purvis@ieee.org. Archives of The Analog can be found on the CTS web site here.


You can always check on all of the upcoming Central Texas Section activities here


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From the Central Texas Section Chair

IEEE has re-branded the GOLD affinity group to Young Professionals. The CTS Young Professionals Chapter is hosting a Young Professionals Mimosa Meetup on March 14th in Austin as part of the SXSW Interactive Conference. For more information go to: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP997504. SXSW Interactive badge is required. While I am on the topic of SXSW, for the fourth year of curating content for the annual SXSW Festival, IEEE is hosting the Future of Identity Series featuring a diverse roster of creative visionaries and technology innovators and will explore the impacts of converging technology on concepts of self, privacy, and security.

On March 27th the Central Texas Section CAS/SSCS and CEDA chapters in conjunction with the Circuits and Systems Society, IBM, UT-Austin, UT-Dallas, Texas A&M, SMU and Rice University are sponsoring a all day FREE workshop titled Texas Workshop on Integrated System Exploration (TexasWISE). Registration for this FREE workshop is mandatory. For more information visit:  https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_view/list_meeting/32307

There are many great speakers and topics planned at chapter meetings in the next few months, be sure to check the listings below for upcoming meetings.

Kenny Rice
Chairman, Central Texas Section
krice@ieee.org

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Membership Development

Not an IEEE member and have been waiting to join?

Join now with ˝ year dues!  Join IEEE and receive 10 months of membership for the price of six.  If you have been away from IEEE for more than a year, you can re-join for half price!  http://www.ieee.org/join


Have you renewed your IEEE membership for 2015?

It is easy to forget and easy to put off.  If you haven’t renewed your IEEE membership, or don’t know if you have, go to your MYIEEE account NOW and check at http://www.myieee.org or call 800 678-4333.

Beginning the last week of February, non-renewing IEEE members lost all member benefits.  Renew now and restore your IEEE benefits and don’t miss out on the CTS events coming up in the Austin/San Antonio area.

If you have already renewed, thank you for being part of the Central Texas Section and the IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional association.

Did you know about the IEEE Member-Get-a-Member program?

No one knows how beneficial IEEE membership is to technical and career development better than IEEE members.  If you have someone that you’ve been sharing your IEEE experience with you can now do so and get rewarded. Through the Member-Get-a-Member (MGM) program, IEEE rewards your efforts in sharing the IEEE and recruiting new members.  Particulars include:
  • Professional members can earn $15 for each new Professional member recruited.
  • Student members can earn $2 for each new Student or Graduate Student member recruited and $15 for each Professional member recruited.
  • The maximum amount a member can earn during the membership year is $90.
So continue sharing your IEEE expertise and now get rewarded by the IEEE.  Read the details here.


Did you know about IEEE – E-Books from IEEE Press?

The IEEE Press has partnered with John Wiley, Inc. to provide 240+ books, which are available to member at no additional cost.  The e-book collection spans a number of today’s technologies across 19 content areas, and include:
  • Practical handbooks;
  • Introductory and advanced texts
  • Reference works
  • Professional books
IEEE is committed to serve the needs of practicing engineers and members from industry.  The value of this benefit grows ever year the member renews.  IEEE Press will be adding 40-50 books annually.

Access your E-Books by logging on to  IEEE Xplore using  your MyIEEE account.  Select Books and you begin browsing.

Joe Redfield
CTS Membership Development Chair
J.Redfield@ieee.org
210-744-2968

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News of Interest to the Section

IEEE-USA Launches New Flagship Publication, IEEE-USA InSight
IEEE-USA is launching a new flagship publication, IEEE-USA InSight. This modern online magazine will be continually refreshed with original stories on technology careers, public policy and trends, engineering history and skills such as teamwork and effective communication. http://insight.ieeeusa.org/

The current IEEE-USA InSight homepage features stories on the portrayal of engineering and technology in pop culture, the rise and fall of the fax machine and why IEEE-USA President Jim Jefferies thinks this is a great time to be a U.S. IEEE member.

“Technical professionals in all of our fields of interest will lead the way on the innovation path, and it is our business at IEEE-USA to support that path from precollege education to retirement,” Jefferies writes in his first President’s column. “I urge you to look for and access that career and policy information that fits you and comes with your membership.”
http://insight.ieeeusa.org/insight/content/ieeeusa/77241

The publication launch coincides with the debut of IEEE-USA’s new Shop site, where IEEE-USA E-Books are discoverable and available for purchase. IEEE members will find it easy to use their IEEE Web accounts to add products to their Xplore shopping cart. http://shop.ieeeusa.org/

Congratulations to new Senior Members
The following Central Texas Section members were recently elevated to Senior Member at the Admission & Advancement (A&A) review panel meeting held in New Orleans, LA USA: Scott Buchanan, David Chapman, Haris Vikalo, Xiaodong Wang and Xunwei Yu.

IEEE-USA’s Free March E-book Explores Effective Visual Aids
In March, IEEE-USA E-books will offer free to IEEE members, “Technical Presentations -– Book 4: Effective Visual Aids.”

The book, by Nita K. Patel, gives readers guidance on supplementing presentations with effective PowerPoint slides and other visual aids, including flip charts, chalkboards and dry erase boards; three-dimensional models that include objects, people and animals; as well as photography, drawings, posters and videotapes.

“Given that individuals gather, learn and retain information differently,” Patel writes, “presenters need to incorporate multiple methods of communicating information during a presentation.

Patel quotes John Medina, a developmental molecular biologist, who wrote that we receive 83 percent of information through sight, 11 percent from sound and less than six percent through other senses. Thus, Patel says, visual aids “can provide strong visual tools and increase the audience’s retention of your core message.”

When using PowerPoint slides, Patel emphasizes that slides should be kept simple, be consistent, use basic fonts and color, and optimize formats. She includes examples of tables, graphs and charts, and explains how and when to use these visuals in a presentation.

IEEE members only can download “Technical Presentations -– Book 4: Effective Visual Aids” for free here.

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Call for Volunteers

March 23-19, 2015, ExxonMobil Texas Science & engineer Fair
Volunteers are needed for the ExxonMobil Texas Science & engineer Fair – San Antonio, http://emtsef.utsa.edu/

Discover Engineering
The Central Texas Section has been associated with the Discover Engineering organization in Austin for several years. The purpose of Discover Engineering is to motivate Central Texas K-12 students to pursue a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) through in-class, hands-on activities. This program reaches more than 10,000 area students each year. Discover Engineering invites teachers from area schools to sign up for a visit by engineers. Likewise, Discover Engineering recruits engineers to sign up to be a volunteer.

What can you do?
  • Encourage teachers you know to sign up for a visit
  • Sign up yourself, and encourage other engineers to sign up as a volunteer
  • Contact me (john.purvis@ieee.org) to make a presentation about Discover Engineering to your company

Central Texas First Lego League (FLL)
An event like the Invitational is a huge deal, not just speaking figuratively. Really, it's BIG. So big in fact, that it takes months of preparation and more than 200 adult volunteers to make it come to life. Today, Central Texas FLL still needs 150 volunteers like you to join us in making this year the best ever. Please invite your friends and family to volunteer with you and enjoy the tournament. We have volunteer roles for all ages!  Sign up to tell us how you want to join in the action!

Our volunteers come back year after year because of how fun and exciting FLL is. We hope you'll join us- whether as a veteran or a brand new volunteer. Be a part of this transformational program, which makes science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) as fun for kids as sports!
 
WHEN: Saturday, March 7, 2015
CHECK IN: 7:00 AM
WHERE: Connally High School | 13212 N. Lamar Blvd. Austin, TX 78753
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS: Judges, set up, breakdown, team queuers, and table resetters are just a few of the positions available. Visit our volunteer role descriptions to see what each role entails.

VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION & JUDGING TRAINING WEBINAR
All volunteers are required to participate in an orientation and training webinar.  Please follow the link below to RSVP.

WHEN: Wednesday, March 4 | 6:00 - 7:00 PM
RSVP: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5589868001566233602

Continuing Education


IEEE Provided
Spectrum Tech Insider Webinars
Learn from industry experts about latest technology advances via our free Tech Insider Webinars. This page lists upcoming and available 'on demand' Tech Insider webinars. All the live webinars are archived and are available on demand for 12 months. IEEE members can also earn PDH certificates for each webinar.
Computer Society Webinars
Register now for our latest free live technical webinars. Or check out our past webinars at your convenience.  See this site  for more information.
Computer Society 2014 Professional Development Courses
Expand your knowledge base by taking a professional development course in your area of technical interest. Half-day webcast formats (3.5 hours) enable you to quickly get up to speed in a specific technology area without leaving your desk. And each are at a low cost of $49. For a limited time, sign up for three courses and receive the fourth one for free.  See the list of training courses.
ComSoc Training
See this calendar  for a list of upcoming courses.
Other learning opportunities
IEEE e-Learning Library
IEEE Online Education Portal
IEEE-USA Webinars (attendees can earn professional development hours -- PDHs)

Other Sources
CodeAcademy
Learn to code interactively for free

Corsea.org
A web site that provides an aggregate of university course offerings. Their tag line is "Take the World's Best Courses, Online, For Free." They have 16 course categories, most in technology areas from 16 major universities. 

MIT Open Courseware
MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. More can be learned here.

Saylor.org: Free Education
The tag line of the Saylor website is "Harnessing Technology to Make Education Free." Although Saylor.org does not grant degrees, students can download a certificate of completion for successfully passing the exam at the end of each course. There are thirteen areas of study that visitors can choose to explore, including Computer Science, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Mechanical Engineering.

University of Texas Professional Development
UT Center for Lifelong Education provides several courses (these are NOT free). The list can be found here.

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Career

Articles of possible interest

CTS Job listing
The Central Texas Section receives job postings from time to time. These are posted on the Section Web site. If you have a job to post to the site, send the information to cts-webmaster@ieee.org

IEEE ResumeLab
IEEE members have a new tool to help gain a competitive edge in the employment process. IEEE ResumeLab is a new online service that allows IEEE members to develop a resume or curriculum vitae using specialized tools tailored for each step of the job seeking process. This new product is added to the list of offerings that assist members as they find jobs and develop their careers.

The IEEE Job Site
The IEEE Job Site has undergone a makeover with new features and easier navigation to better serve IEEE members. Its still easy for IEEE members or IEEE member job seekers to conduct job searches or create and upload a resume, but with the use of HTML5 technology, the site boasts a cleaner layout and crisp contemporary design making the IEEE Job Site more user-friendly.

The IEEE-USA Career Manager is organized into eight categories designed to help you manage and advance in your career:

* Career Management Interactive Workshop
* Salary Service
* Consulting and Entrepreneurship
* Professional Development Webinars
* Employment Assistance and Job Search
* IEEE Online Distance Learning
* E-Book Library
* IEEE.tv


Some Perspectives on Engineering

Now is the time to get serious about social media.
The IEEE encourages the use of social media to its members, volunteers, students, media, and those interested in getting involved with IEEE and in consistent with this policy, our section has established LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter social media last year offering a unique opportunities to the members to connect with the section and stay up-to-date. IEEE’s social media sites are industry-focused and planned it in a way where we can gather and ask questions or share and advice professionally. It is also a way to the news and headlines and by following CTS‘s social media sites, you can get quick insight into what the section is up to and creating a more collaborative culture ,establishing more effective two-way communication and creating more attractive learning experiences. Social media is an important addition and collaboration tools provide a powerful platform that will help our section and IEEE. I encourage everyone to get involved and participate in this industry-based social media.

What should we do?
As the social media continues to become a vital element of everyday life, it will become more important to power it order to get the best outcomes. The best way to take advantage of social media is combining it with other activities such as meetings announcements and news, articles, etc. Isn’t just important, it’s now becoming channels that facilitate a more dynamic form of connection and innovation through a powerful commitment. Now is the time to get serious about social media.  Post your meetings, activities, blogs and replies. Do more than “Like” and “share”. Social media is changing the way the people interconnects and will lead in the future.

Contributed by Qusi Alqarqaz
http://qusialqarqaz.wordpress.com
qusi.alqarqaz.us@ieee.org


IEEE Central Texas K-12 Activities

The Central Texas Section congratulates the students from the West Ridge Middle School team for getting 2nd place in the EWEEK National Future City Competition, hosted in Washington, D.C. This is the highest that any Texas school has placed in the annual Future City Competition. The IEEE Central Texas Section is a proud sponsor of Future City. For more information please see to the Austin American Statesman article.


Tips, Tools and Gadgets

I came across this handy little App for iOS devices recently, Pocket Drive. This iOS Free (with in-App purchases) App provides a easy wireless (WiFi) connection between your iOS device and your PC or Mac.

Install the App on your iOS device and launch it. Open the Finder on a nearby Mac and you will see your iOS device listed under the Shared drives. Click on the iOS device name in the Finder window and a screen will pop up on your iOS device asking if you want to allow or reject the connection. Tapping Yes will then open the shared drive created with Pocket Drive on your Mac. A similar process allow you to open the Pocket Drive through Windows Explorer on any PC.

Now files can be dragged and dropped between your computer and your iOS device. Transferred files can then be opened with an App on the iOS device. This allows you to drag and drop mp3 files to listen to, or movies to watch from your computer to your iDevice. Pocket Drive supports a wide range of file types: .pages, .keynote, .numbers, .doc/.docx, .xls/.xlsx, .ppt/.pptx, .rtf, .html, .htm, .pdf, .txt, .jpg/.jpeg, .png, .bmp, .gif, .tif, .ico, .xbm, .mov, .m4v, .mp4, .mp3,  and .zip.

Simple storage/transfer capability is little different from what you can get for free with Dropbox. What is different is that you can walk up to any PC or Mac with your iOS device and get connected. This gives you the freedom you would otherwise need a USB Thumb Drive for.

Having Pocket Drive installed on your iOS device will give your the functionality of a USB Thumb Drive, but will eliminate the physical connection. I installed Pocket Drive on my iPad Air2 and was rewarded with 256MB of space (though the web site for the product indicated that you get 512MB of free space). The amount of storage available is only limited by the free memory on your iOS device and how much storage you have paid for through a one-time in-App purchases:
  • 4GB $1.99
  • 16GB $2.99
  • 23GB $3.99
  • Unlimited $4.99
All-in-all I think that this will prove to be a useful App, and most likely I will purchase the expanded memory option at some point. It means that any time I have my iPhone or iPad with me, I effectively have a storage device with me as well.

If you have comments, or suggestions as to something I should mention in a future issue, please let me know at john.purvis@ieee.org.  I look forward to reading your comments and suggestions. 

John Purvis III P.E.
john.purvis@ieee.org
http://johnpurvis.wordpress.com
IEEE Senior Member, Past Section Chair, Analog Editor


Student Branches and Activities

St Mary's University - San Antonio (http://engineering.stmarytx.edu/ieee/)
Faculty Adviser: Djaffer Ibaroudene, email: dibaroudene@stmarytx.edu
Branch Chair: Stephanie Shu, email: sshu@mail.stmarytx.edu

Texas State University - San Marcos
Faculty Adviser: Larry Larson, email: Larry.Larson@txstate.edu
Branch Chair: Kyle Paul, email: kp1352@txstate.edu
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TXST.IEEE

Trinity University - San Antonio
Faculty Adviser: Farzan Aminian, email: faminian@trinity.edu
Branch Chair: Niti Nararidh, email: nnararid@trinity.edu
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/TrinityIEEE

University of Texas at Austin (http://ieee.ece.utexas.edu/)
Faculty Adviser: Sriram Vishwanath, email: sriram@ece.utexas.edu
Branch Chair: Josh Frazor, email: chair@ieee.ece.utexas.edu
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/ieeeut

University of Texas at San Antonio (http://ieeeutsa.com/)
Faculty Co-Adviser: Paul Morton, email: PaulMorton@utsa.edu
Faculty Co-Adviser: Lars Hansen, email: Lars.Hansen@utsa.edu
Branch Chair: Patrick Stockton, email: pstockton@ieee.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ieeeutsa

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Useful IEEE Links

IEEE

IEEE-USA

IEEE Region 5

IEEE Central Texas Section

What's New at IEEE

SocietyNews from IEEE

IEEE Regional News

     

Call for Papers

IEEE Standards Association

IEEEXplore - full text access to IEEE Publications

The Spectrum Online - The Magazine for Technology Insiders

IEEE: The Bridge - IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN)'s signature publication, an interactive digital magazine published three times a year.

IEEE Member Newsletter http://theinstitute.ieee.org


Other Region 5 Section Newsletters


Conferences, Meetings and Events

Local IEEE Conferences, Events or Workshops

  • March 14, 2015: Young Professionals Mimosa Meet Up
    9:30AM - 10:30AM
    JW Marriott
    Room 501
    110 E 2nd St

    Start your Saturday off right with mimosas and stimulating conversations with Young Professionals! There will be drinks, hors-d'oeuvres and the opportunity to expand your professional network. If you already have your vitamin C, no worries, there will be a cash bar also! They say the early bird gets the worm, so the first 30 attendees will get a free mimosa!

    Access requires SXSW badge: Interactive Badge, Gold Badge, Platinum Badge

  • March 15, 2015: IEEE Future of Identity Party
    8:00PM - 10:00PM
    Driskill Hotel
    604 Brazos St

    Party like an engineer with IEEE, world-renowned technologists & body computing brainiacs! Join us at The Driskill to experiment with hacking your brain, or drive a bomb squad robot! Open bar available.

    Access requires SXSW badge: Interactive Badge, Gold Badge, Platinum Badge

  • March 27, 2015: IEEE Texas Workshop on Integrated System Exploration (TexasWISE) 2015
    Time: 9:00AM - 4:30PM
    Location: Winedale House, Round Top, Texas

    Please register at: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/32307

    The registration is free (but mandatory) but there are only limited seats and not many are left! Free breakfast, lunch, coffee and snack will be provided to all registered registrants.

    When you Register, Please use "Address Line 1" for your University affiliation or Company name.
    Each registered participant will receive a souvenir. A door prize drawing will be held at the end of the workshop for people who turn in the survey for the workshop.

    There is a compelling need to search for new inter-disciplinary growth areas for the integrated circuits and systems industry.  TexasWISE aims to fulfill this requirement by providing a common forum for academic and industry researchers to meet and explore avenues of research beyond IC design.  The workshop will not only provide a chance for face-to-face interaction among Texas IC research and development professionals, but also attract outstanding speakers from outside of Texas.  The goal is to maximize the impact of exploratory research beyond IC design and establish Texas in a leading role in this activity.

    Call for Posters:

    Poster submission deadline is March 2nd, 2015    <--- New deadline
    http://texaswise.tamu.edu/posters2015.html

    Call for participation    http://texaswise.tamu.edu/cfp2015.html

    Keynote Speakers:

    Prof. Edward A. Lee
    Robert S. Pepper Distinguished Professor in the EECS department
    U.C. Berkeley
    Title: Better Engineering through Better Models

    Jamie Smith
    Director of embedded systems
    National Instruments
    Title: Smart Edge Devices are the Key Building Block of the Industrial

    In addition to the keynote speakers, there will be an industry madness session and a student poster session. The details of the full program can be found at  http://texaswise.tamu.edu/program2015.html

  • March 31-April 1, 2015: 2015 IEEE Workshop on Silicon Errors in Logic – System Effects (SELSE 2015) Website: http://www.selse.org
     
    NOTE TO AUTHORS:  Paper submission deadlines are earlier than for previous SELSE workshops.
     
    Important dates:
    ·        Camera-ready submission: February 18, 2015
     
    The growing complexity and shrinking geometries of modern manufacturing technologies are making high-density, low-voltage devices increasingly susceptible to the influences of electrical noise, process variation, transistor aging, and the effects of natural radiation. The system-level impact of these errors can be far-reaching. Growing concern about intermittent errors, unstable storage cells, and the effects of aging are influencing system design and failures in memories account for a significant fraction of costly product returns. Emerging logic and memory device technologies introduce several reliability challenges that need to be addressed to make these technologies viable. Finally, reliability is a key issue for large-scale systems, such as those in data centers. The SELSE workshop provides a forum for discussion of current research and practice in system-level error management. Participants from industry and academia explore both current technologies and future research directions (including nanotechnology). SELSE is soliciting papers that address the system-level effects of errors from a variety of perspectives: architectural, logical, circuit-level, and semiconductor processes. Case studies are also solicited.
     
    Key areas of interest are (but not limited to):
    •             Technology trends and the impact on error rates.
    •             New error mitigation techniques.
    •             Characterizing the overhead and design complexity of error mitigation techniques.
    •             Case studies describing the tradeoffs analysis for reliable systems.
    •             Experimental silicon failure data.
    •             System-level models: derating factors and validation of error models.
    •             Error handling protocols (higher-level protocols for robust system design).
    •             Characterization of reliability of systems deployed in the field and mitigation of issues.
     
    Authors are requested to register to submit a paper by December 8th, 2014 and to submit their paper for review by December 15th 2014. Papers will be considered for both oral and poster presentation, and all accepted submissions will be distributed to SELSE participants. Authors will be notified by January 30th, 2015. Final papers are due on February 18th, 2015.
     
    Additional information and guidelines for submission are available at http://www.selse.org.  Submissions and final papers should be in PDF following IEEE two-column conference proceedings format that does not exceed six printed pages. Papers are not made available through IEEE, and authors retain the copyright of their work. Authors may optionally choose to make their presentations available online at the workshop web site.

  • April 18-19, 2015: 2015 IEEE Region 5 Conference
    InterContinental New Orleans
    444 St. Charles Ave
    New Orleans, LA
    http://www.r5conferences.org

  • May 17-20, 2015: 2015 10th System of Systems Engineering Conference (SoSE)
    Hilton Palacio del Rio
    San Antonio, TX, USA
    Full Paper Submission deadline: 01 Feb 2015
    Final submission deadline: 20 Apr 2015
    Notification of acceptance date: 12 Mar 2015
    http://sosengineering.org/2015/

  • May 31 thru June 4, 2015: 2015 IEEE Pulsed Power Conference (PPC)
    Hilton Austin
    500 East 4th Street
    Austin, TX

  • May 31 thru June 4, 2015: 2015 IEEE 26th Symposium on Fusion Engineering (SOFE)
    Hilton Austin
    500 East 4th Street
    Austin, TX

  • November 2-6, 2015: International Conference on Computer Aided Design (ICCAD)
    More information about the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design can be found at  https://iccad.com/

    The Call for Papers is now open and can be found at https://iccad.com/content/2015_call_for_papers

    The important dates are...

    Abstract Deadline:                             Friday, April 17, 2015
    Paper Deadline:                                  Friday, April 24, 2015
    Special Session Proposal Deadline:  Thursday, April 30, 2015
    Workshop Proposal Deadline:          Thursday, April 30, 2015
    ICCAD Conference:                           Monday-Friday, November 2-6, 2015

  • November 15-20, 2015: 2015 SC - International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
    Austin Convention Center
    TX
  • IEEE Conference Search 

  • See also http://www.wikicfp.com - A place to organize and share Calls for Papers.


Non-IEEE Meetings and Events of interest suggested by the membership

See the Door64 calendar for other local tech events
Texas Tech Pulse Calendar of Texas High Tech Events

Second & Fourth Friday of evey month: TechRanch Austin, Campfire
Come join our entrepreneurial community every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month.

Want to connect and network with local tech entrepreneurs? Validate your business idea? Interested in getting more involved with Tech Ranch? Come out for a Campfire!

Campfire is all about connecting you to the larger tech startup community. Every 2nd and 4th Friday at 3:30 PM, we gather interesting, accomplished people from across Austin’s vast entrepreneur ecosystem so you can get the introductions, insight, and help you need to move your business forward, while also helping others.

April 14-16, 2015: 2015 CABA Intelligent Building & Digital Home Forum
Renaissance Hotel, Austin, TX

CABA's Intelligent Buildings & Digital Home Forum will be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Austin, TX from April 14 - 16, 2015.  The CABA Forum will be held in conjunction with Broadband Communities Summit 2015.

Attend the Forum and meet over 1,000 industry professionals from the "Internet of Things, Connected Homes, M2M and Intelligent Buildings".  Attending will be many end-users from the MDU (multi-dwelling unit)/MTU (multi-tenant unit) sectors.

Click here to review the CABA Forum Sessions

Click here to review the BBC Summit Sessions

Click here to see the Full Agenda

CABA added a discount for the IEEE members to use when registering for the CABA Forum.
 
Members can register using the following instructions.
1.      Registration Link
2.      Click on “CABA Non Member Rate” - $600.00
3.      Promo Code – Insert “IEEE” and click on the apply button. 

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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Events and Information

Texas Girls Collaborative Project

The TxGCP Google Group is the best way to be connected in your region with all things K12 STEM - are you connected to the conversation? Join the group in your region of Texas - http://txgcp.org/k12-stem-outreach-google-group/.

TryEngineering.org

IEEE’s online engineering education resource for pre-university educators, parents and students, is now available in a new mobile-friendly format.  Visitors can now access the TryEngineering content they love, anywhere, any time on virtually any device including desktops, tablets and smart phones.

Starry Sky Austin

Starry Sky Austin is an educational astronomy program for all. The mission of Starry Sky Austin is to share the enthusiasm and knowledge of the universe with others and in doing so, bring about a sense of wonder and appreciation for our universe. Starry Sky Austin offers programming, stargazing classes, Girl Scout badges, and other exciting ways to get everyone curious about astronomy through an informal approach.

CODE@TACC  
The mission of the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), at the University of Texas at Austin, is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies. TACC offers STEM programming for students of all ages, building the pipeline for the next generation of innovators. CODE@TACC (Jr. SCI) is a two-week, summer program that exposes rising high school juniors and seniors to a variety of STEM careers by teaching the principles of high performance computing. TACC's K-12 Education Programs Coordinator and FabFem, Mariel Robles, is passionate about increasing the understanding and appreciation of STEM careers as well as promoting gender equity and minority participation in science and engineering. Applications for CODE@TACC open Winter 2015. Stay connected to TACC through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Local Chapter Activities

The IEEE is organized into Societies and Special Interest Groups.  The full list as well as a link to join each can be found here.  The Central Texas Secion has several Society and  Special Interest Group Chapters with their own local activities as listed below. Note that some Joint Chapters represent more than one Society.

You can subscribe to an RSS feed of all Central Texas Section meetings that have been scheduled through vTools here

Click Meetings to see the next 180 days of planned CTS activity.

The Central Texas Section Chapters
AP Antennas and Propagation Society
CAS Circuits and Systems Society
CEDA Council on Electronic Design Automation
COM Communications Society - Austin | San Antonio
CN Consultant's Network
CPMT Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology Society
C Computer Society - Austin | San Antonio
ED Electron Devices Society
E Education Society
EMB Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility Society
GOLD GOLD has been rebranded as the Young Professionals
IA Industry Applications Society
IE Industrial Electronics Society
IM Instrumentation and Measurement Society
PHO Photonics Society
LM Life Members - Austin | San Antonio
MTT Microwave Theory and Techniques Society
PEL Power Electronics Society
PE Power & Energy Society - Austin | San Antonio
PSE Product Safety Engineering Society
SMC Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society
SP Signal Processing Society - Austin | San Antonio
SSC Solid-State Circuits Society
TMC Technology Management Council - Austin | San Antonio
WIE Women in Engineering
YP
Young Professionals

Antennas & Propagation/Microwave Theory and Techniques (AP/MTT)

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Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA)

Chapter Web Site


Topic/Title

Electromigration Study for TSV-Based 3-D ICs

Speaker

Dr. Jiwoo Pak

Abstract


Date/Time

March 10
6:00 to 6:30 pm — Networking and refreshments (pizza and water)
6:30 to 6:40 pm — IEEE CEDA Chapter Meeting
6:40 to 8:00 pm — Technical Presentation
8:00 to 8:30 pm — Q&A

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NOTE: Being a member of the following IEEE Societies makes you eligible to be a member of CEDA: AP, CAS, C, ED, MTT and SSC. However, you need to go to the IEEE web site and sign in to be added as a FREE member of CEDA. See this PDF for detailed instructions.

The CEDA chapter normally meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month. This meeting is open to the public and interested parties. Additional details will be posted at the website. If you have any questions about this meeting or this group, please contact zhuoli@ieee.org.

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Joint Circuits and Systems/Solid-State Circuits (CAS/SSC)

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The Annual Review of the ISSCC Conference: Digital, Processor and Memory

Speaker

Betty Prince , Eric Fluhr

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The Annual Review of the ISSCC Conference: Digital, Processor and Memory

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Mar 12
6:00 to 6:30 pm — Networking and refreshments (pizza and water) 6:30 to 8:00 pm – Seminar

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The Annual Review of the ISSCC Conference: Analog and RF

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Ramin Poorfard, Axel Thomsen

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The Annual Review of the ISSCC Conference: Analog and RF

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Mar 24
6:00 to 6:30 pm — Networking and refreshments (pizza and water) 6:30 to 8:00 pm – Seminar

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The joint Circuits & Systems/Solid State Circuits Societies normally meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. This meeting is open to the public and interested parties. Additional details will be posted at the website. IIf you have any questions about this meeting or this group, please contact zhuoli@ieee.org.
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Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology (CPMT)

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Computer Society (C)

Austin Chapter Web site


Topic/Title Wind Energy and Wind Turbines
Speaker Dr. Vaughn Nelson, West Texas A&M University
Professor Emeritus of Physics, West Texas A&M University
Retired: Dean Graduate School, Research and Information Technology 2001
Director, Alternative Energy Institute, 1977-2003; 2009-2010
Dr. Nelson has been active in wind energy since the early 70's. Primary work has been on wind resource assessment, education and training, applied R&D, and rural applications of wind energy with USDA. He served as Director of the Alternative Energy Institute since its conception in 1977 was principal investigator of several national and state renewable energy projects (most in wind energy).

He was instrumental in starting online programs at WTAMU in 1997. He developed and taught online courses in solar energy, wind energy and renewable energy and also taught physics course over interactive TV.

Dr. Nelson is the author on 3 books and 4 CDs (go to http://www.windenergy.org for more information) and published over 50 articles and reports. He has given over 50 workshops and seminars from the local to international level.
Abstract The modern wind industry began in the late 70’s as one response to the oil crisis of 1973. From the small wind turbines of up to 100 kW installed in Denmark and in the wind farms in California in the early 80’s, global capacity in wind farms is now around 365 GW. The installed capacity of small wind turbines and distributed wind is estimated at 2.5 GW.
Wind power is proportional to the cube of the velocity, so knowledge of the resource is important. Wind speed maps and wind power potential maps are available for many regions of the world. The Alternative Energy Institute, WTAMU, collected data from numerous locations across TX, and from two tall towers (up to 100 m). Wind shear is an important factor as the variation by time of day at heights of 40 m and above is relevant to the utility grid.

Types of wind turbines (lift and drag), plus configurations, generators, operation, power coefficient, and estimated and calculated energy production will be discussed. Size of turbines is now multi-MW, with rotor diameters 60 to 100 m and on towers of 60 to greater than 100 m. Capacity factors (average power) of 40% and greater are from regions with good to excellent wind resources.

There are 3 main factors for development of wind farms and the economics (cost of energy) and the value of power purchase agreements depend on whether selling at market or at fixed price. Production tax credit and renewable portfolio standards are the main drivers for installation of wind farms.

Future estimates for capacity for the world and for Texas will be given. The new transmission lines due to CREZ are a for increased wind capacity on ERCOT grid.
Date/Time March 16, 2015,  6:00-7:30pm
Location National Instruments, Building C 1S13, 11500 N Mopac Expwy, Austin, TX 78759
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Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/32173
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Joint meeting with I&M, PI^2 and Computer Society Chapters.

Topic/Title Practical Examples of Security Analytics
Speaker Joshua Stevens
Speaker Bio Joshua Stevens is an innovator and subject matter expert in vulnerability management and SIEM integration, Josh has more than ten years experience in security with specialization in perimeter defense, event analysis and incident response. Josh is a featured SANS presenter with multiple patents pending for visualizing cyber-attack data. Josh co-created and open sourced a security application in 2011 under the MIT license, offering IT Operations with visibility into scanning activity.

In his current role at Hewlett-Packard, Josh serves as an Enterprise Security Architect responsible for providing strategic and technical direction for the Cyber Defense Center with a primary focus on product evaluations, applied research and HP-on-HP projects.

His current interests include Information Networks including Broadband networking, Internet Interworking, IP telephony, NGN, Future Networks and their QoS aspects.
Abstract As cyber-attacks become more advanced, security groups are turning to analytics to identify emerging security threats. Within HP, internal security teams are leveraging big data analytics, including HP ArcSight, HP Vertica and Hadoop to identify these threats.
Date/Time Mar 18
6:30 p.m. Networking and Gathering (Pizza, Salad, drinks provided – free) 6:50 p.m. Call to Order, Announcement 7:00 p.m. Presentation, with Q/A 8:30 p.m. Meeting Evaluation, Adjourn
Location THE ADVISORY BOARD – BUILDING 7
12357-C Riata Trace Parkway
Bldg 7, Suite 100
Austin, Texas
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San Antonio Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title About FPGAs
Speaker Jim Brakefield
Abstract Field Programmable Gate Arrays provide an interesting way to program microcontrollers and other devices.  Life Senior Member Jim Brakefield will discuss this powerful technology.
Date/Time March 17
7:00PM - 8:00PM
Location Conference Room B
Bldg: University Center
St. Mary’s University
1 Camino Santa Maria
San Antonio, Texas
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Central Texas Consultants Network Affinity Group

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title Factom: Using the Bitcoin Blockchain to Enable Internet of Things, and Ensure Privacy and Security
Speaker Paul Snow of Factom.org
Speaker Bio Paul Snow is the chair of the Texas Bitcoin Conference, and the technical founder of Factom, a data layer for the Bitcoin blockchain.  He has been a developer for 30+ years.   He designed and implemented the Decision Table based Rules Engine used by Texas to evaluate eligibility for all Health and Human Resource Assistence programs (Medicare, Medicade, TANF, SNAP, etc.).  He also wrote the first Postscript clone to ship in a comercial product.  Paul lives in Austin Texas, and is active in the technical community.
Abstract The Factom protocol creates a general purpose data layer over Bitcoin.  The Bitcoin Bllockchain is the most secure distributed and ordered ledger in the world.  Factom uses this ledger to allow the creation of lists, and allows the adding of data to these lists.  This architecture allows the building of state for the Internet of things to build more secure, more private, yet more powerful smart devices.  This talk will explain how these objectives can be met with Factom.
Date/Time 25-March-2015
06:00PM to 08:30PM
Location PoK-e-Jo's Smokehouse
2121 West Parmer Lane at Lamplight Village Ave.
Austin, Texas
Cost $5.00 minimum cost for the restaurant. Supper is at optional extra cost. Reservations are not required. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/33005
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Do a friend a favor. Bring your colleagues to grow the Consultants Network.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility Society (EMC)

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Electron Devices Society (ED)

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMB)

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Young Professionals (YP/GOLD) Affinity Group

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Follow the Young Professionals on Facebook

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Instrumentation and Measurement Society (IM)

Topic/Title Wind Energy and Wind Turbines
Speaker Dr. Vaughn Nelson, West Texas A&M University
Professor Emeritus of Physics, West Texas A&M University
Retired: Dean Graduate School, Research and Information Technology 2001
Director, Alternative Energy Institute, 1977-2003; 2009-2010
Dr. Nelson has been active in wind energy since the early 70's. Primary work has been on wind resource assessment, education and training, applied R&D, and rural applications of wind energy with USDA. He served as Director of the Alternative Energy Institute since its conception in 1977 was principal investigator of several national and state renewable energy projects (most in wind energy).

He was instrumental in starting online programs at WTAMU in 1997. He developed and taught online courses in solar energy, wind energy and renewable energy and also taught physics course over interactive TV.

Dr. Nelson is the author on 3 books and 4 CDs (go to http://www.windenergy.org for more information) and published over 50 articles and reports. He has given over 50 workshops and seminars from the local to international level.
Abstract The modern wind industry began in the late 70’s as one response to the oil crisis of 1973. From the small wind turbines of up to 100 kW installed in Denmark and in the wind farms in California in the early 80’s, global capacity in wind farms is now around 365 GW. The installed capacity of small wind turbines and distributed wind is estimated at 2.5 GW.
Wind power is proportional to the cube of the velocity, so knowledge of the resource is important. Wind speed maps and wind power potential maps are available for many regions of the world. The Alternative Energy Institute, WTAMU, collected data from numerous locations across TX, and from two tall towers (up to 100 m). Wind shear is an important factor as the variation by time of day at heights of 40 m and above is relevant to the utility grid.

Types of wind turbines (lift and drag), plus configurations, generators, operation, power coefficient, and estimated and calculated energy production will be discussed. Size of turbines is now multi-MW, with rotor diameters 60 to 100 m and on towers of 60 to greater than 100 m. Capacity factors (average power) of 40% and greater are from regions with good to excellent wind resources.

There are 3 main factors for development of wind farms and the economics (cost of energy) and the value of power purchase agreements depend on whether selling at market or at fixed price. Production tax credit and renewable portfolio standards are the main drivers for installation of wind farms.

Future estimates for capacity for the world and for Texas will be given. The new transmission lines due to CREZ are a for increased wind capacity on ERCOT grid.
Date/Time March 16, 2015,  6:00-7:30pm
Location National Instruments, Building C 1S13, 11500 N Mopac Expwy, Austin, TX 78759
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Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/32173
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Joint meeting with I&M, PI^2 and Computer Society Chapters.


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Photonics Society (PHO)

Topic/Title Mid-infrared Quantum Cascade Laser Development at Hamamatsu Photonics
Speaker Dr. Kazuue Fujita
Abstract During the last two decades, considerable improvements in the performance of Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) have been reported in the literature. These have included advances made in active region designs, waveguide design, and in several areas associated with device fabrication. At Hamamatsu, we have progressed steadily in their development since 2002 when we designed and fabricated our first QCLs. In this presentation, the commercially available QCL development at Hamamatsu Photonics will be reviewed. We will also present continuous wave, broadband quantum cascade lasers based on dual-upper-state homogeneous active region design and their advantages.
Date/Time March 6, 2015 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location Room: 2.114
Bldg: Microelectronics Research Center (UT Austin Pickle Research Campus Bldg. 160)
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For information email Tom Grim

For more information, contact Mikhail Belkin

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Life Members (LM) Affinity Group

Life members must be at least 65 years of age and have been a member of IEEE or one of its predecessor societies for such a period that the sum of his/her age and his/her years of membership equals or exceeds 100 years. When an individual achieves Life member (LM) status, their basic membership dues and Region assessments are waived on 1 January of the year following attainment of LM status.

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Austin

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San Antonio

Topic/Title SwRI Simulation & Training
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Abstract The March program will include a presentation of the Simulation and Training program at Southwest Research Institute and a laboratory/demo tour. SwRI has been involved in simulation and training for almost 30 years.  More recently, work has included operator training simulators for construction, forestry and agriculture applications. This presentation will include an overview of some of the research and development that is ongoing at SwRI, presented by Susan Porter, Program Director.
Date/Time March 19
Lunch from 11:30 am to 1:00
Laboratory tour from 1:00 till 1:30
Location Southwest Research Institute Cafeteria
6220 Culebra Rd
San Antonio, Texas
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Reservations We will need to have RSVP’s so that name badges can be prepared for visitors.  Any non-US citizens are requested to contact Ernest Franke (210-317-5757 or e.franke@ieee.org) to confirm arrangements.
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Lunch will be at the Institute Cafeteria. This will not be a served lunch – each person will go through the cafeteria line and take their tray into a private dining room.  Each person will pay for their own lunch in this arrangement – but the SwRI cafeteria is fairly reasonable. 
 
The demonstration will be in Building 97, within walking distance from the cafeteria.

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Power and Energy Society - Austin (PE/PEL/IA/IE)

Chapter Web Site


Topic/Title Wind Energy and Wind Turbines
Speaker Dr. Vaughn Nelson, West Texas A&M University
Professor Emeritus of Physics, West Texas A&M University
Retired: Dean Graduate School, Research and Information Technology 2001
Director, Alternative Energy Institute, 1977-2003; 2009-2010
Dr. Nelson has been active in wind energy since the early 70's. Primary work has been on wind resource assessment, education and training, applied R&D, and rural applications of wind energy with USDA. He served as Director of the Alternative Energy Institute since its conception in 1977 was principal investigator of several national and state renewable energy projects (most in wind energy).

He was instrumental in starting online programs at WTAMU in 1997. He developed and taught online courses in solar energy, wind energy and renewable energy and also taught physics course over interactive TV.

Dr. Nelson is the author on 3 books and 4 CDs (go to http://www.windenergy.org for more information) and published over 50 articles and reports. He has given over 50 workshops and seminars from the local to international level.
Abstract The modern wind industry began in the late 70’s as one response to the oil crisis of 1973. From the small wind turbines of up to 100 kW installed in Denmark and in the wind farms in California in the early 80’s, global capacity in wind farms is now around 365 GW. The installed capacity of small wind turbines and distributed wind is estimated at 2.5 GW.
Wind power is proportional to the cube of the velocity, so knowledge of the resource is important. Wind speed maps and wind power potential maps are available for many regions of the world. The Alternative Energy Institute, WTAMU, collected data from numerous locations across TX, and from two tall towers (up to 100 m). Wind shear is an important factor as the variation by time of day at heights of 40 m and above is relevant to the utility grid.

Types of wind turbines (lift and drag), plus configurations, generators, operation, power coefficient, and estimated and calculated energy production will be discussed. Size of turbines is now multi-MW, with rotor diameters 60 to 100 m and on towers of 60 to greater than 100 m. Capacity factors (average power) of 40% and greater are from regions with good to excellent wind resources.

There are 3 main factors for development of wind farms and the economics (cost of energy) and the value of power purchase agreements depend on whether selling at market or at fixed price. Production tax credit and renewable portfolio standards are the main drivers for installation of wind farms.

Future estimates for capacity for the world and for Texas will be given. The new transmission lines due to CREZ are a for increased wind capacity on ERCOT grid.
Date/Time March 16, 2015,  6:00-7:30pm
Location National Instruments, Building C 1S13, 11500 N Mopac Expwy, Austin, TX 78759
Cost
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/32173
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Joint meeting with I&M, PI^2 and Computer Society Chapters.


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Power and Energy Society - San Antonio (PE)

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Product Safety Engineering Society (PSE)

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Joint Signal Processing/Communications Society (COM/SP)

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Topic/Title An Insider View of the 1960’s Space Program
Speaker Mr. Dennis P. O’Connor, PE
Mr. O’Connor has had a long career of close to 50 years of which the 16 most recent years are with Boeing in the areas of Logistics Engineering for International Space Station, financial and technical planning. The other 32 years were spent with the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp initially in the design and test of Lunar Module at Bethpage NY and Kennedy Space Center, Fl and designing special purpose ground based telemetry systems (B1 bomber at Edwards AFB, Trident missile subs at Point Mugu, Ca. Mr. O’Connor was the chief engineer of a 200+ rack system for jet engine testing at Arnold Air Force Station in Tennessee. He was a manager of F-14 avionics and electronic warfare upgrades – ground test and a manager of hardware planning and implementation – IT services contract for all of Johnson Space Center.

Mr. O’Connor holds
  • BSEE, Manhattan College, New York City, NY,
  • MSEE, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Fl.
  • Professional Engineering License, New York State
  • Professional Engineering License, Texas
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer Certification
Abstract In 1961, President John F. Kennedy began a dramatic expansion of the U.S. space program and committed the nation to the ambitious goal of landing a man on the moon by the end of the decade. A new space program, Project Mercury, had been initiated during President Dwight D. Eisenhower's administration. Seven men were selected to take part as astronauts in the program. As space exploration continued through the 1960s, the United States was on its way to the Moon. Project Gemini was the second NASA spaceflight program. The Apollo Program followed Project Gemini. Its goal was to land humans on the moon and assure their safe return to Earth.

Mr. Dennis P. O’Connor will provide his personal insights of the 1960’s space program. He will provide an overview of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs followed by providing details on Apollo program structure, Apollo program ground facilities, and Apollo program vehicles. Mr. O’Connor will conclude with his personal observations (the crazy things).
Date/Time March 19, 2015
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location AT&T Labs, Room Number: #220, 9505 Arboretum, Austin, Texas 78729
Cost FREE
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/33105
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Systems, Man & Cybernetics Society (SMC)

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For further information, contact David Akopian david.akopian@utsa.edu

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Technology Management Council (TMC)

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Contact Leslie Martinich (lmartinich@ieee.org) for more information about the Austin TMC.

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Women in Engineering Affinity Group (WIE)

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Contact Leslie Martinich (lmartinich@ieee.org) for more information about WIE.

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