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


Follow the Central Texas Section in Social Media
  • Join our LinkedIn group - this group is limited to IEEE members only
  • Follow us on Twitter, use the hashtag #IEEECTS
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Join CTS on IEEE Collabratec - an integrated online community where technology professionals can network, collaborate, and create - all in one central hub. While there are some "members only" features of Collabratec, it is open to the public to join.
  • Slack - Several CTS members have begun using Slack to exchange ideas and foster discussion. If you are interested in joining the CTS Slack Team send an email to Fabio Gomez ( fabio.gomez@ieee.org )

From the Central Texas Section Chair

Join me for lots of great year-end events!
 
December 7  YP Networking Event in San Antonio
December 14 Happy Hour and Networking in Austin
December 15 Trusted Autonomous Vehicles in Austin
 
And plenty more!
 
Virtual Career Expo, join anytime. Check out the website, load your resume, and start preparing.  The next live event is Wednesday, January 18.

Leslie Martinich
Chairman, Central Texas Section
lmartinich@ieee.org

Back to TOP


Membership Development

Have you renewed your IEEE membership for 2017?
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.ieee.org/myieee  or call 800 678-4333.

OR just renew now to avoid loss of any of your IEEE benefits at http://www.ieee.org/renew .

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. We have a lot planned for you in the CTS for 2017.

Visit http://www.ieee.org/membership to view all YOUR benefits of IEEE membership.
Did you know about IEEE – Life Membership
Close to retirement?

Don’t retire your IEEE membership too soon!

IEEE Members who are over 65 and have been dues paying members for over 35 years qualify for IEEE Life Membership with waiver of future dues and begin the next chapter of your life as a IEEE Life Member.  Find our more at http://www.ieee.org and searching on “Life Member”.

The CTS has an active Life Member Program with meetings and activities tailored specifically for those honored members.

Did you know about IEEE – IEEE.tv
Offered as an exclusive benefit of members, IEEE.tv Member/Basic offers members-only programming.  https://ieeetv.ieee.org

IEEE.tv Member/Basic included highlights from IEEE conferences, interviews with leading IEEE authors, technology reports from IEEE Spectrum, and coverage of special IEEE events and people and lots of other fun stuff to look at.

Check out the new monthly programming at https://ieeetv.ieee.org !!!!!!!

Joe Redfield
CTS Membership Development Chair
Region 5 Membership Development Chair
J.Redfield@ieee.org
210-744-2968

Back to TOP


News of Interest to the Section


2017-2018 IEEE-USA Government Fellowships: Work with and Advise Government Policy-Makers
IEEE-USA Government Fellowships provide opportunities for U.S. IEEE members to provide expertise to the U.S government and learn firsthand about the public policy process through personal involvement. Each year, IEEE-USA sponsors four qualified IEEE members to serve as government fellows: one Engineering & Diplomacy Fellow; one Engineering & International Development Fellow; and two Congressional fellows. The Fellows spend a year in Washington -- from September to August each year -- serving as advisers to key U.S. Department of State or U.S. Agency for International Development decision-makers, or the U.S. Congress. The application deadline for all 2017-2018 Fellowships is 23 December 2016.

Free eBook from IEEE USA to IEEE Members
Free December E-Book Offers 10 Principles for Building Your Career

WASHINGTON (2 December 2016) -- While you’re making your list and checking it twice this month, here’s one to help you build your career:

* Begin where you are right now
* Consider career growth assignments
* Identify skills
* Identify fields of interest
* Identify important work values
* Keep current technically
* Keep current professionally
* Keep personal history up-to-date
* Network
* Have fun

These 10 career-building principles come to you courtesy of Dr. Joseph R. Bumblis’ IEEE-USA e-book, “Shaping an Engineering Career -- Book 4: Electrical and Computer Engineering--A Path to a Rewarding Career.”

Now through 15 January, IEEE members can get a free download of this e-book by going to http://shop.ieeeusa.org/usashop/product/careers/76041. Log in with your IEEE Web account, add the book to your cart and use promo code DECFREE16 at checkout.

Bumblis annotates each of the 10 principles with anecdotal data and his own personal experiences, and helps readers steer the development of their own careers. He advises not dwelling in the past and shedding the old “woulda, coulda, shoulda” cycle. 

“The bottom line is: you are where you are, and what is, is,” he says.

Never lose sight of principle No. 10.

“Change is inevitable,” Bumblis says. “So be sure to have some fun along the way.”

JANUARY FREE E-BOOK

In January, IEEE-USA E-BOOKS will offer “The Best of IEEE-USA Insight: On Licensing Software Engineers” free to IEEE members.

This collection of articles, from Dr. Phillip A. Laplante, examines the question of whether software engineers should be licensed in the United States. The topic was hotly debated for more than 20 years. The controversy largely ended in 2013 when 30 states began offering licensure for software engineers.

CALL FOR AUTHORS

IEEE-USA E-BOOKS seeks authors to write an individual e-book or a series on career guidance and development topics. If you have an idea you think will benefit members in a particular area of expertise, please email your proposal to IEEE-USA Publishing Manager Georgia C. Stelluto at g.stelluto@ieee.org.

IEEE-USA serves the public good and promotes the careers and public policy interests of nearly 200,000 engineering, computing and technology professionals who are U.S. members of IEEE.

Texas Board of Professional Engineers Ethics Webinars
December 7, 2016, 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. or December 8, 2016, 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. - These quarterly webinars provide an up-to-date overview of agency activities, case studies, and a review of professional ethics topics. Ethics webinars are held approximately one month prior to each quarterly expiration date.  Register here: https://engineers.texas.gov/webinars.html

The ethics webinars have been scheduled for 2017 and will be held on:March 8, 2017, June 14, 2017, September 6, 2017 and December 6, 2017. Registration links will be posted 30 days prior to each event at: https://engineers.texas.gov/webinars.html.

Samsung Austin Facility Expanding
Samsung Austin Semiconductor LLC plans to hire 250-500 workers as it ramps up production to meet a growing need for mobile devices and other electronic devices.

The company disclosed Tuesday plans to invest more than $1 billion by the first half of 2017 to increase production of its system-on-chip products. Read More . . .

Four Austin Companies On Fortune's Top 50
This year, four Austin-area companies landed in the top 50, including the No. 1 spot locked down by Georgetown-based AgileCraft. The other companies making the list are: AcademicWorks, BP3 Global and Square Root. Read more . . .

Back to TOP


Tips, Tools and Gadgets

My wife and I recently returned from a trip to Europe. One of the Apps, or I should say a collection of Apps, we used were the travel guides from Ulmon. I had installed them on my iPhone before leaving the home. These are all free, provide a searchable database of locations, can be used off-line, and allow you to drop tags for those locations that you want to visit.

Off-line operation was important to me as I did not have a SIM to enable network access. I was able to turn off Cellular Data and put my iPhone into ‘Airplane Mode’ to avoid charges while still navigating through the cities we visited using the Ulmon App.

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 IEEE LSM, P.E.
john.purvis@ieee.org
https://johnpurvis.wordpress.com
Past Section Chair, Analog Editor

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.

More Than 400 Courses Now Available on IEEE Xplore
It’s easier to find IEEE’s more than 400 online courses now that they’ve been added to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Known as the eLearning Library, these interactive online classes can be found in the library’s Courses section. Based on tutorials and workshops presented at IEEE conferences, the courses were developed and peer-reviewed by experts in their fields. Read more . . .
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.

Back to TOP


Career

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


Student Branches and Activities

St Mary's University - San Antonio (http://engineering.stmarytx.edu/ieee/)

Faculty Adviser: Wenbin Luo, email: wluo@stmarytx.edu
Branch Chair: Jorge Padilla, email: jpadilla4@mail.stmarytx.edu

Texas State University - San Marcos

Faculty Adviser: Larry Larson, email: Larry.Larson@txstate.edu

Branch Chair: Alison Chan, email: c_c457@txstate.edu

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TXST.IEEE



Trinity University - San Antonio
Faculty Adviser: Farzan Aminian, email: faminian@trinity.edu
Branch Chair: Sang Choi, email: schoi1@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: Haley Alexander, email: chair@ieeeut.org

Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/ieeeut



University of Texas at San Antonio (http://ieeeutsa.com/)

Faculty Adviser: Paul Morton, email: PaulMorton@utsa.edu
Branch Chair: Mark Pena, email: Mark.W.Pena@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ieeeutsa


Senior Design Day at Texas State
Senior Design Day
Ingram School of Engineering
 
December 9, 2016
9:00AM - 4:00PM
Embassy Suites, San Marcos TX

Exciting New Engineering Capstone Projects!

Electrical - Manufacturing

Back to TOP


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 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

December 6-9, 2016: 2016 88th ARFTG Microwave Measurement Conference (ARFTG)
Hilton Austin
500 East 4TH Street
Austin, TX, USA

Abstract submission deadline: 07 Oct 2016
Full Paper Submission deadline: 11 Nov 2016
Final submission deadline: 11 Nov 2016
Notification of acceptance date: 24 Oct 2016

See http://www.arftg.org for more details


December 7, 2016: IEEE Young Professional Happy Hour
Dear IEEE Young Professional Member,
We hope you are enjoying all of the advantages that IEEE offers you as a member. The IEEE Young professionals group is dedicated on creating events that you can join and enjoy!
 
As a reminder, this next Wednesday December 7th we will be hosting our December networking event. This month the Happy Hour will be in San Antonio and will start at 7 PM. This event is for all existing IEEE members and also for those who would like to find out more about IEEE activities in our area.  Feel free to bring a friend.  At the event, you will have the opportunity to meet and network with your fellow IEEE Members while enjoying appetizers! 
 
Please see details below on Eventbrite and register to attend. The admission is FREE for everyone.
 We look forward to seeing you this next Wednesday!

If you have any questions please contact.
 Gerardo Arias
Young Professionals Chair – San Antonio
arias.gerardo.1992@ieee.org
 
Garrett Polhamus
CTS Vice-chairman - San Antonio
Polhamus@ieee.org
 
Eventbrite Invitation
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-young-professionals-happy-hour-tickets-29208070124?aff=eac2

https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42479


February 4-8, 2017: 2017 IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA)


The International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture provides a high-quality forum for scientists and engineers to present their latest research findings in this rapidly-changing field of computer architecture.

Hilton
Austin, TX

For more information see http://www.hpcaconf.org


February 20-24, 2017: 2017 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO)

Austin, TX
The International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO) provides a premier venue to bring together researchers and practitioners working at the interface of hardware and software on a wide range of optimization and code generation techniques and related issues. The conferences spans the spectrum from purely static to fully dynamic approaches, including techniques ranging from pure software-based methods to architectural features and support.

Final submission deadline: 04 Jan 2016
Notification of acceptance date: 02 Nov 2016

For more information see http://cgo.org/cgo2017/


March 8-10, 2017: 2017 IEEE Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Imapcts (ARSO)

The theme of ARSO 2017 will be "robotics and the economy": with growing concerns about the fragility of our economies, we all ponder about the future role of robotics and autonomous systems in our individual economic lives. Positive thinkers believe that robotic advancements will create new markets and grow the middle class.

Abstract submission deadline: 07 Oct 2016
Full Paper Submission deadline: 07 Oct 2016
Final submission deadline: 15 Jan 2016
Notification of acceptance date: 11 Dec 2016
Student Activity Center
204 East Dean Keeton St.
Austin, TX, USA

For more information see http://sites.utexas.edu/arso2017/


March 31 - April 2, 2017: 2017 Region 5 Meeting

Denver Marriott Tech Center
4900 South Syracuse St.
Denver, CO, USA


April 24-25, 2017: 2017 IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC)

Austin, TX, USA
Abstract submission deadline: 07 Nov 2016
Notification of acceptance date: 27 Jan 2017


May 23-25, 2017: International Conference on IC Design and Technology (ICICDT)

The ICICDT is the forum for engineers, researchers, graduate students, and professors, to cross the design-technology boundary through interactions with design, technology, and process experts to develop the skills for future IC research and development.

Abstract Submission deadline: 06 Feb 2017
Final submission deadline: 17 Apr 2017
Notification of acceptance date: 27 Feb 2017

UT Avaya Auditorium
Austin, TX
Contact: Thuy Dao thuy.dao@nxp.com

For further information visit http://www.icicdt.org

June 18-22, 2017: Design Automation Conference (DAC)

The Premier Conference for the Design & Automation of Electronic Systems
DAC is accepting submissions for the Research Track, Designer Track, and IP Track on the following themes: Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Electronic Systems & Software (ESS), Design, Intellectual Property (IP), Internet of Things (IoT), Automotive, and Security.  DAC offers outstanding training, education, exhibits and superb networking opportunities for designers, researchers, tool developers and vendors.


September 24-29, 2017: 2017 ACM/IEEE 20th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS)

Austin, TX, USA
Abstract submission deadline: 01 Mar 2017
Full Paper Submission deadline: 10 Mar 2017
Final submission deadline: 09 Jun 2017
Notification of acceptance date: 09 Jun 2017


September 26-28, 2017: 2017 IEEE Accelerated Stress Testing & Reliability Conference (ASTR)
Austin, TX
Full Paper Submission deadline: 10 Mar 2017
Final submission deadline: 09 Jun 2017
Notification of acceptance date: 09 Jun 2017


April 5-8, 2018: IEEE R5 GreenTech/Annual Meeting

Austin, TX
Sponsor: IEEE USA, R5 and CTS
Conference Site Bid: 31 May 2016
Notification of Venue Selection: 2 Aug 2016


October 27-30, 2019: 2019 IEEE Sensors Conference

Austin, TX
Sponsor: IEEE CTS and Sensors Society
Conference Bid  deadline: 30 Aug 2016
Notification of Venue selection: October, 2016


IEEE Conference Search 

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

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.


December 5-11, 2016: Computer Science Education Week
The National Girls Collaborative encourages you to celebrate CSEdWeek and help us spotlight how girls are being served by computer science programs in the NGCP Collaborative Network.

Use the hashtag #NGCPCSEdWeek16 during CSEdWeek to join the conversation.
Monday,  December 5
Read the Guest Blog Post from Girls Who Code. Participate in the Twitter Chat at 9:00 AM Pacific (12:00 PM Eastern) 'Gender Equity in Coding: How do we get there?' #CrackTheCode

Tuesday, December 6
Watch the webinar: 'Lessons Learned for Effective Evaluation of Girl-Serving CS Programming'.
Read inspiring pieces from the CS OPEN Grantees Young Women in Computing and University of Maryland, Baltimore County. (Available on December 6.)

Wednesday, December 7
Read the Guest Blog Post from Girlstart. (Available on December 7.)
-
Share 'Made with Code' with one girl.
-
Participate in the Afterschool Alliance (@afterschool4all) and the National AfterSchool Association (@NatlAfterSchool) Twitter Chat at 11:00 AM Pacific (2:00 PM Eastern). #afterschoolCS

Thursday, December 8
Watch the Design Squad Global video: 'Hi-Tech Locker'.
-
Solve a real-world problem with one girl using the Design Squad Global model.

Friday, December 9
Read the video game designer Josh Hughes' Guest Blog Post. (Available on December 9.)
-
Watch the webinar: 'Diving into 'Careers with Code' with Google and the National Girls Collaborative'. (Available on December 9.)
-
Visit The Connectory to find or input computer science opportunities in your area.

December 7, 2016: TBPE Ethics Webinar
10 a.m. or 2 p.m. - These quarterly webinars provide an up-to-date overview of agency activities, case studies, and a review of professional ethics topics. Ethics webinars are held approximately one month prior to each quarterly expiration date.  Registration for these webinars will open one month prior to each event.


December 19, 2016: TechShop Member Orientation - Open to the public
Saturday, November 19, 2016
6:30 PM
TechShop Austin-Round Rock
120 Sundance Parkway Suite #350
Round Rock, TX 78681

Welcome to TechShop! We're excited that you are thinking about or already have joined our vibrant community and want to take advantage of all the equipment and classes that TechShop has to offer. You are invited to join us for our New Member Orientation. LEARN MORE

January 14, 2017: Data Day Texas

Data Day Texas is based entirely on feedback from the Austin data community. What do you want to see this year? Take a moment and share your thoughts with us at suggestions@datadaytexas.com.

Since 2013, Data Day Texas has been held at Austin's premier event facility -- and one of the most warm and welcoming conference venues in the country -- the AT&T Conference Center at the University of Texas.

As usual, we'll be taking all three floors of the facility -- every spare inch of the building -- room enough for 10 tracks, workshops, birds of a feather, meetups, office hours, demos, happy hours, lounge, and a job fair.

Read more

January 15, 2017: Data Day MD
Sunday, January 15, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (CST)
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center  | 1900 University Avenue | Austin, TX 78705

Based on feedback from the community, the inaugural Data Day MD will be held on January 15, 2017. Data Day MD is an extension of the successful Data Day Texas conference which in its 5th year drew 750 attendees.  Data Day MD is all about the intersection of Data, Medicine, and Healthcare -- learning to take advantage of new tools and technologies, like big data, natural language processing, machine learning, analytics, and the internet of things.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/data-day-md-tickets-22257139704

January 28-29, 2017: BodyHackingcon 2017
Austin Convention Center
 http://www.bodyhackingcon.com/

Back to TOP


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

Women in Science and Mathematics (WiSM)
While the express goal of this website is to recruit and retain women students in sciences and mathematics at Eastern Illinois University, there is plenty of good information on the site for the rest of us. Readers may like to start with Further Reading, where they can link to media coverage of women in science from around the web. From there, they may select Biographies of Women in Science, where they can access dozens of biographies of women who have made contributions to fields as diverse as chemistry, primatology, biophysics, and astronomy. In addition, the site features links to half a dozen other websites on the topic, from the Smithsonian's photo portraits of women scientists to the San Diego Supercomputer Center's coverage of women scientists from around the world.

STEMblog
STEMconnector is both a resource and a service that is designed “to link those advocating science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education across disciplines and distances.” It seeks to connect diverse educators, professionals, and government officials together based on a love of applied science. The STEMblog, a project of STEMconnector, is updated regularly and focuses its energies on the relationship between business and STEM subjects. Recent articles, for example, have alerted readers to corporate-sponsored prizes for high school science teachers, a recognition of National Engineers Week, and the math behind a new Android app. For readers who are looking to make connections between STEM subjects and industry partners, the STEMblog is an informative site to check back on regularly.

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.




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 Section 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.

ALL of the Chapter Technical meetings are open to the public!!!

The Central Texas Section Chapters

AP Antennas and Propagation Society
AESS Aerospace and Electronic Systems 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
SC
Sensor Council
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)

Chapter Web site

The EMC and MTT/AP Society Chapters are Jointly sponsoring an Antenna Workshop on September 27. See IEEE Events for details.

Topic/Title

HYPERBOLIC PHONON POLARITONS IN HEXAGONAL BORON NITRIDE

Speaker

Siyuan Dai

Abstract

Uniaxial materials whose axial and tangential permittivities have opposite signs are referred to as indefinite or hyperbolic media. While hyperbolic responses are normally achieved with metamaterials, hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) naturally possesses this property due to the anisotropic phonons in the mid-infrared. Using scattering-type scanning near-field optical microscopy, we studied polaritonic phenomena in hBN. We performed infrared nano-imaging of highly confined and low-loss hyperbolic phonon polaritons in hBN. The polariton wavelength was shown to be governed by the hBN thickness according to a linear law persisting down to few atomic layers [1]. Additionally, we carried out the modification of hyperbolic response in meta-structures comprised of a mononlayer graphene deposited on hBN [2]. Electrostatic gating of the top graphene layer allows for the modification of wavelength and intensity of hyperbolic phonon polaritons in bulk hBN. The physics of the modification originates from the plasmon-phonon coupling in the hyperbolic medium. Furthermore, we demonstrated the “hyperlens” for subdiffractional focusing and imaging using a slab of hBN [3].

 

[1]         S. Dai et al., Science 343, 1125 (2014).

[2]         S. Dai et al., Nature Nanotechnology 10, 682 (2015).

[3]         S. Dai et al., Nature Communications 6, 6963 (2015).

Date/Time

08 December 2016
04:00 PM to 05:00 PM

Cost


Reservations

https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42482

Location

UT Austin
Austin, Texas
United States 78701
Building: UTA
Room Number: 7.532

Notes



Back to TOP


Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA)

Chapter Web Site

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.

Topic/Title

No meeting scheduled at this time

Speaker


Abstract


Date/Time


Cost


Reservations


Location


Notes




  Join CTS CEDA on LinkedIn

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.

Back to TOP


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

Chapter Web Site


Topic/Title

PLASMONIC PROPERTIES OF METALLIC AND HYBRID NANOSTRUCTURES

Speaker

Nicolas Large
Nicolas Large is an Assistant Professor of Physics at The University of Texas at San Antonio.  After obtaining his B.S. and M.S. in Physics at the Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse, France, he obtained a dual Ph.D. degree in 2011 in Nanophysics from Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse and in Physics of Nanostructures and Advanced Materials from the University of the Basque Country in San Sebastián, Spain. He worked jointly in the Center of Materials Physics (CSIC) and Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC) in San Sebastián, and at the Center for Materials Elaboration and Structural Studies (CNRS, Toulouse) where he was supervised by Profs. Javier Aizpurua and Adnen Mlayah. Later, Dr. Large worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Prof. Peter Nordlander at Rice University in Houston (2012-2014), and in the group of Prof. George Schatz at Northwestern University in Chicago area (2014-2016). During his doctoral and postdoctoral work, Dr. Large developed novel several approaches and numerical methods for the calculations of optical properties of semiconductor and plasmonic systems, including new models for the description of acoustic Raman scattering, and electron-based spectroscopies. He also conducted fundamental and applied studies for a large variety of plasmonic-based systems. He is currently conducting research in the field of theoretical nanophotonics and focuses on the modeling of the optical response of semiconductor (excitonic), metallic (plasmonic), and hybrid (plexcitonic, plasphonic, magneto-plasmonic) nanosystems.

Abstract

Nanophotonics has become a very active interdisciplinary research field during the past decades. With the development of new advent technologies, a deep understanding of the optical, electronic, thermal, and chemical properties of materials at the nanoscale became crucial. Furthermore, recent advances in the control of bottom-up and top-down nanofabrication techniques allow for the synthesis of novel materials, geometries, and devices at the nanoscale, thus revealing new physical effects and pushing away the limits of the Terra Incognita in nanosciences. The development of theoretical models, and the use of advanced numerical simulations and modeling, is necessary not only to correctly understand these new properties but also to guide experimentalists in the design of the future nanostructures and in the tailoring of new physical properties. Here, I will present some recent work on plasmonic nanosystems and their use for localized surface plasmon resonance sensing, electron-based and surface-enhanced spectroscopies (EELS, CL, SERS, TERS, SHG), plasmon-enhanced chemistry, control of light, optoelectronic and photovoltaic applications. Along the way, I will present some state-of-the-art studies of fundamental physical processes in hybrid nanostructures such as plasmon-vibration and plexcitonic couplings and novel computational and theoretical models and methods (EELS-FDTD and SHG.

Date/Time

07 December 2016
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Cost


Reservations

https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/41463

Location

UT Austin
1616 Guadalupe St.
Austin, Texas
Room Number: 7.532

Notes



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.
Back to TOP

Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology (CPMT)

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title

No meeting scheduled at this time

Speaker


Abstract


Date/Time


Cost

Reservations


Location


Notes


Back to TOP



Austin Computer Society (C)

Chapter Web site


Topic/Title Trusted Automated Vehicles
Speaker Prof. Todd E. Humphreys, associate professor in the department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Texas Austin
Abstract The next few decades will see automated vehicles become critical to the world economy. But daunting challenges that must be overcome to ensure trustworthy operation: Even under fairly benign conditions it has proven difficult to ensure that automated vehicles can be trusted to locate themselves accurately and to avoid obstacles. In adverse weather, or—worse yet—under a deliberate sensory attack, the difficulty is greatly magnified: How can automated vehicles reliably operate when facing both outliers and outlaws, both faults and fraud?
 
This talk will focus on reliable automated vehicle localization despite poor weather, dense urban environments, and sensor deception, including GPS/GNSS, radar, and V2V sensing.
Date/Time 15 December, 2016
06:00PM to 08:00PM
Location AT&T Labs,
9505 Arboretum, Austin, TX
Cost
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/41818
Notes
Joint meeting between the Austin ComSP Society and Austin Computer Society

Back to TOP


San Antonio Computer Society (C)

 Chapter Web Site


Topic/Title Data Science at Work
Speaker Chris Wiggins
Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics, Columbia University;
Chief Data Scientist, The New York Times

Chris Wiggins is an associate professor of applied mathematics at
Columbia University and the Chief Data Scientist at The New York
Times. At Columbia he is a founding member of the Department of
Systems Biology, the executive committee of the Data Science Institute (http://datascience.columbia.edu/), and the Institute's education and entrepreneurship committees. He is also an affiliate of Columbia's Department of Statistics and a founding member of Columbia's Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (C2B2). He is a co-founder and co-organizer of hackNY (http://hackNY.org), a nonprofit which since 2010 has organized once a semester student hackathons and the hackNY Fellows Program, a structured summer internship at NYC startups. Prior to joining the faculty at Columbia he was a Courant Instructor at NYU (1998-2001) and earned his PhD at Princeton University (1993-1998) in theoretical physics. In 2014 he was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society and is a recipient of Columbia's Avanessians Diversity Award.
Abstract In January 2014, Chris Wiggins began building and leading the Data
Science Group within The New York Times. The group develops predictive and prescriptive models and algorithms to solve business, newsroom, and strategy challenges. Building data capability while respecting existing organization, process, and technology requires an understanding of all three. He'll illustrate the capabilities of the
Data Science Group along with lessons learned about how to help
companies unlock the value in their own data.
Date/Time Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
11:30 am to 1:00 PM
Location Lion & Rose English Pub, 842 NW Loop 410 (Park North), San Antonio, Texas
Cost
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/register/42325
Notes
Joint meeting with San Antonio Computer Society, Life Members and ComSoc Chapters


Back to TOP


Central Texas Consultants Network Affinity Group

Chapter Web Site


Topic/Title HiTech Holiday Social and Networking Event
Speaker
Abstract You are invited to share an evening with your colleagues and enjoy some holiday cheer.

COMSOC/SP, CTCN, and LM will provide the snacks and a drink.  Anything more is up to you.
Date/Time December 14
5-7PM
Location Sherlock's Baker Street Pub and Grill, 9012 Research Blvd., Austin, TX
Cost
Reservations Please register so that we know approximately how many are coming.  Last minute walk-ins and guests welcome.

https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42248
Notes
Joint event sponsored by Austin Life Members, ComSoc and Consultant's Network Chapters

Do a friend a favor. Bring your colleagues to grow the Consultants Network.

More information on Consultants Networks

Back to TOP


EducationSociety (E)

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Location
Cost
Registration
Notes

Back to TOP


Electromagnetic Compatibility Society (EMC)

Chapter Web Site

The EMC and MTT/AP Society Chapters are Jointly sponsoring an Antenna Workshop on September 27. See IEEE Events for details.

Topic/Title

No meeting scheduled at this time

Speaker


Abstract


Date/Time


Refreshments


Reservations


Location


Notes


Back to TOP


Electron Devices Society (ED)

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title

No meeting scheduled at this time

Speaker


Abstract


Date/Time


Refreshments


Reservations


Location


Notes


Back to TOP


Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMB)

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Cost
Reservations
Location
Notes

Back to TOP



Young Professionals (YP/GOLD) Affinity Group

Topic/Title YP Happy Hour
Speaker
Abstract We hope you are enjoying all of the advantages that IEEE offers you as a member. The IEEE Young professionals group is dedicated on creating events that you can join and enjoy!
 
As a reminder, this next Wednesday December 7th we will be hosting our December networking event. This month the Happy Hour will be in San Antonio and will start at 7 PM. This event is for all existing IEEE members and also for those who would like to find out more about IEEE activities in our area.  Feel free to bring a friend.  At the event, you will have the opportunity to meet and network with your fellow IEEE Members while enjoying appetizers! 
Date/Time Wednesday December 7
7PM
Cost
Reservations https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-young-professionals-happy-hour-tickets-29208070124?aff=eac2
Location The Lion & Rose
British Restaurant & Pub
842 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, Texas
Notes https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42479


Follow the Young Professionals on Facebook

More information on YP/GOLD 

Back to TOP


Instrumentation and Measurement Society (IM)

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Location
Cost
Reservations
Notes


Back to TOP


Photonics Society (PHO)

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Location
Cost
Reservations
Notes

For more information, contact Mikhail Belkin

Back to TOP


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.

More information on LM

Austin Life Members Affinity Group


Topic/Title HiTech Holiday Social and Networking Event
Speaker
Abstract You are invited to share an evening with your colleagues and enjoy some holiday cheer.

COMSOC/SP, CTCN, and LM will provide the snacks and a drink.  Anything more is up to you.
Date/Time December 14
5-7PM
Location Sherlock's Baker Street Pub and Grill, 9012 Research Blvd., Austin, TX
Cost
Reservations Please register so that we know approximately how many are coming.  Last minute walk-ins and guests welcome.

https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42248
Notes
Joint event sponsored by Austin Life Members, ComSoc and Consultant's Network Chapters


The Austin Life Members Group meets monthly. Except when meeting jointly with other groups, the Life Members meet on the third Tuesday each month. Meetings usually begin with informal networking from 2:00 to 2:15 p.m., followed by presentations from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. by experts in topics of interest to IEEE Life Members.

Back to TOP


San Antonio Life Member Affinity Group

Topic/Title Data Science at Work
Speaker Chris Wiggins
Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics, Columbia University;
Chief Data Scientist, The New York Times

Chris Wiggins is an associate professor of applied mathematics at
Columbia University and the Chief Data Scientist at The New York
Times. At Columbia he is a founding member of the Department of
Systems Biology, the executive committee of the Data Science Institute (http://datascience.columbia.edu/), and the Institute's education and entrepreneurship committees. He is also an affiliate of Columbia's Department of Statistics and a founding member of Columbia's Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (C2B2). He is a co-founder and co-organizer of hackNY (http://hackNY.org), a nonprofit which since 2010 has organized once a semester student hackathons and the hackNY Fellows Program, a structured summer internship at NYC startups. Prior to joining the faculty at Columbia he was a Courant Instructor at NYU (1998-2001) and earned his PhD at Princeton University (1993-1998) in theoretical physics. In 2014 he was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society and is a recipient of Columbia's Avanessians Diversity Award.
Abstract In January 2014, Chris Wiggins began building and leading the Data
Science Group within The New York Times. The group develops predictive and prescriptive models and algorithms to solve business, newsroom, and strategy challenges. Building data capability while respecting existing organization, process, and technology requires an understanding of all three. He'll illustrate the capabilities of the
Data Science Group along with lessons learned about how to help
companies unlock the value in their own data.
Date/Time Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
11:30 am to 1:00 PM
Location Lion & Rose English Pub, 842 NW Loop 410 (Park North), San Antonio, Texas
Cost
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/register/42325
Notes
Joint meeting with San Antonio Computer Society, Life Members and ComSoc Chapters

Back to TOP


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

Chapter Web Site


Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Location
Cost
Reservations
Notes



Back to TOP


  San Antonio Power and Energy Society (PE)

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Location
Cost
Reservations
Notes

Back to TOP


Product Safety Engineering Society (PSE)

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Cost
Reservations
Location
Notes

Back to TOP


Austin Joint Signal Processing/Communications Society (COM/SP)

Chapter Web Site

Recognized as the 2015 ComSoc Chapter of the Year and a 2015 Chapter Achievement Award Winne
Topic/Title HiTech Holiday Social and Networking Event
Speaker
Abstract You are invited to share an evening with your colleagues and enjoy some holiday cheer.

COMSOC/SP, CTCN, and LM will provide the snacks and a drink.  Anything more is up to you.
Date/Time December 14
5-7PM
Location Sherlock's Baker Street Pub and Grill, 9012 Research Blvd., Austin, TX
Cost
Reservations Please register so that we know approximately how many are coming.  Last minute walk-ins and guests welcome.

https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42248
Notes
Joint event sponsored by Austin Life Members, ComSoc and Consultant's Network Chapters

Topic/Title Trusted Automated Vehicles
Speaker Prof. Todd E. Humphreys, associate professor in the department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Texas Austin
Abstract The next few decades will see automated vehicles become critical to the world economy. But daunting challenges that must be overcome to ensure trustworthy operation: Even under fairly benign conditions it has proven difficult to ensure that automated vehicles can be trusted to locate themselves accurately and to avoid obstacles. In adverse weather, or—worse yet—under a deliberate sensory attack, the difficulty is greatly magnified: How can automated vehicles reliably operate when facing both outliers and outlaws, both faults and fraud?
 
This talk will focus on reliable automated vehicle localization despite poor weather, dense urban environments, and sensor deception, including GPS/GNSS, radar, and V2V sensing.
Date/Time 15 December, 2016
06:00PM to 08:00PM
Location AT&T Labs,
9505 Arboretum, Austin, TX
Cost
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/41818
Notes
Joint meeting between the Austin ComSP Society and Austin Computer Society


Back to TOP


San Antonio Joint Signal Processing/Communications Society (COM/SP)

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title Data Science at Work
Speaker Chris Wiggins
Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics, Columbia University;
Chief Data Scientist, The New York Times

Chris Wiggins is an associate professor of applied mathematics at
Columbia University and the Chief Data Scientist at The New York
Times. At Columbia he is a founding member of the Department of
Systems Biology, the executive committee of the Data Science Institute (http://datascience.columbia.edu/), and the Institute's education and entrepreneurship committees. He is also an affiliate of Columbia's Department of Statistics and a founding member of Columbia's Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (C2B2). He is a co-founder and co-organizer of hackNY (http://hackNY.org), a nonprofit which since 2010 has organized once a semester student hackathons and the hackNY Fellows Program, a structured summer internship at NYC startups. Prior to joining the faculty at Columbia he was a Courant Instructor at NYU (1998-2001) and earned his PhD at Princeton University (1993-1998) in theoretical physics. In 2014 he was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society and is a recipient of Columbia's Avanessians Diversity Award.
Abstract In January 2014, Chris Wiggins began building and leading the Data
Science Group within The New York Times. The group develops predictive and prescriptive models and algorithms to solve business, newsroom, and strategy challenges. Building data capability while respecting existing organization, process, and technology requires an understanding of all three. He'll illustrate the capabilities of the
Data Science Group along with lessons learned about how to help
companies unlock the value in their own data.
Date/Time Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
11:30 am to 1:00 PM
Location Lion & Rose English Pub, 842 NW Loop 410 (Park North), San Antonio, Texas
Cost
Reservations https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/register/42325
Notes
Joint meeting with San Antonio Computer Society, Life Members and ComSoc Chapters

Back to TOP


Sensor Council (SC)

Membership in the Sensor Council is free if you are already a member of one of the sponsoring IEEE Societies. Those Societies are: AES, AP, BT, CAS, COM, CPMT, C, DEI, ED, EMB, EMC, IE, IA, IM, MAG, MTT, OE, PE, PHO, RA, SP, SSC, UFFC, and VT.

Topic/Title

No meeting scheduled at this time

Speaker


Abstract


Date/Time


Location


Cost


Reservations


Notes


Back to TOP


Joint Systems, Man & Cybernetics Society (SMC) & Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS)

AESS Chapter of the Year Award 2016 for US-based chapters

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title

No meeting scheduled at this time

Speaker


Abstract


Date/Time


Location


Cost


Reservations


Notes




Back to TOP


Austin Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEM)

Chapter Web Site

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Location
Cost
Registration
Notes

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

Back to TOP


San Antonio Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEM)

Chapter Web Site


Topic/Title Panel discussion on organizational impediments to collaboration
Speaker Ryan Lamm of Southwest Research Institute

Mr. Lamm is the Applied Sensing Department in the Intelligent Systems Division at Southwest Research Institute.

Mr. Lamm has over 19 years of experience in the areas of unmanned ground vehicles, automated driving systems, non-linear controls, and embedded systems. His department focuses on advanced instrumentation and telemetry systems, tactical network communication systems, and unmanned systems. He is responsible for domestic and international collaboration and business development for commercial and defense research and development efforts and is involved in various SwRI activities with the U.S. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, as well as with several foreign Ministries of Defense.

Mr. Lamm is a U.S. Expert for the International Standards Organization (ISO) TC204 Working Group 14 - Vehicle/Roadway Warning and Control Systems and was the author of the Forward Vehicle Collision Mitigation System (FVCMS) standard. Mr. Lamm was also on the Organizing Committee for the 2011 World Congress on ITS and served as the Chair of the Technology Showcase Committee. He is the Vice Chair of the San Antonio Chapter of the IEEE Technology Management Council and was named one of San Antonio’s Top 40 Under 40 in 2013 by the San Antonio Business Journal. Mr. Lamm also speaks regularly at local schools regarding the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in education.

Dr. Woodie Spivey of UTSA

Dr. Spivey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information Systems and Cyber Security at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

He holds a Ph.D. in marketing from the University of Houston, an M.S. in management science from Texas Christian University, and a B.S. in aerospace engineering from Georgia Tech. Dr. Spivey was previously a faculty member at Santa Clara University.

Dr. Spivey's research interests include technology transfer and the commercialization of technology-based ideas, goods and services. His research has appeared in numerous journals including Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Advertising Research, Journal of Technology Transfer, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, and Research-Technology Management.
Abstract This will be a panel (and roundtable) discussion of what organizational impediments to collaboration exist in industry and academia and how they can be overcome.
Date/Time 06 December 2016
11:30 AM to 01:00 PM
Location Southwest Research Institute
6220 Culebra Road
San Antonio, Texas
United States 78238
Building: Cafeteria (building 161)
Room Number: Private Dining Rooms 1 & 2
Cost
Registration https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42001
Notes Please feel free to go through the line at the SwRI cafeteria or bring your own lunch and join us in the private dining room.

We'll gather at 11:30 and start the presentation around noon.

Back to TOP


Women in Engineering Affinity Group (WIE)

Chapter Web site

Topic/Title No meeting scheduled at this time
Speaker
Abstract
Date/Time
Location
Cost
Registration
Notes

Join us on the 4th Tuesday of each month at Cirrus Logic, 800 W. 6th St. Austin, TX 78701

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

Back to TOP