IEEE Central Texas Section
|Volume 47-07||July 2003|
A Newsletter of the Central Texas Section (www.ieee.org/CTS)
of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc.
Published monthly (Deadline is the 25th day of the previous month), John R. Purvis, Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Section Activities||Chapter Activities|
|The Chairman's Column||Communications/Signal Processing Societies||Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society|
|The Next Section Meeting||Computer Society||Power Engineering Society|
|Other Important Events and Notes of Interest||Consultant's Network||Women in Engineering|
|Editor's Notes||Electromagnetic Compatibility Society||Student Branches|
|Email List||Engineering Management Society|
In the interest of providing better service to our new and current members of the IEEE CTS, we'd like just a little information about you to help us know more about this Section's membership. Note: We will NOT be using this information for any other purpose! Emily Sopensky (email@example.com).
I am applying for US permanent residency in the category of "Outstanding Researcher". One of the evidence that the INS is asking for is expert letters to support my petition. The current expert letters I've collected are mostly from professors and researchers having some type of relationship (such as my current/former supervisors, research colleagues) with me. The INS says it will be more convincing and objective to get some support letters from experts in organizations such as IEEE or major universities who don't know me personally.
Therefore, if you are an expert in the fields of control systems, signal processing, embedded systems design, high-level synthesis, and fault-tolerant computing, it would be a big help if you could write an expert support letter for my petition. To save your time, my attorney and I can prepare a draft letter and then send it to you for your review and signature.
Please do not hesitate to contact me via email if you would like to help. I need to send the application to INS by the end of the July. Thanks so much in advance!
Sincerely, Chen He, Senior Staff Software Engineer, Embedded Memory Center, Motorola, Inc., Austin, TX 78735, firstname.lastname@example.org, 512-895-7936
T. Scott Atkinson
The full text can be found here on the CTS Web site.
Note: We will NOT be using this information for any other purpose!
For further information, contact Emily Sopensky (email@example.com).
There are immediate opportunities to "change the game" for carriers and ISPs. New technologies and network architectures are available to dramatically change (reduce) the broadband deployment cost structure. Such changes include bringing platforms closer to the neighborhood, point-to-multipoint distribution over copper, pre-provisioning entire communities, and making service activation a "zero-touch" provisioning process ≠ as easy as dial-up! It all adds up to a competitive offering for mass market distribution, in turn driving wider adoption of ISP services.
This presentation will provide an objective perspective on various "First Mile" technologies.
Date: July 17
Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: SBC Technology Resources, Inc. (SBC-TRI)m 9505 Arboreturm Blvd., Austin, TX
Reservations: If you plan to attend, please send Email to Howard Headrick at firstname.lastname@example.org for planning purposes.
|Computer Society - San Antonio [for more information] |
Reservations: Contact Kevin Nickels, email@example.com, 210-999-7543
|Computer Society - Austin [for more information] |
The two "implementation" memory regions map the processor (e.g. the instruction set) into ROM. Thus instruction set complexity and implementation structure can be mapped into memory and thereby quantified.
Finally, I/O space and register space are easily numbered and made part of the overall "architectural memory space." And lastly, FIFOs are ubiquitous in multi-processor systems.
Date: July 23
Location: Hewlett Packard, 14231 Tandem Blvd, Austin, TX 78759
A brief history of the techniques used in Japan, Canada, and the U S will introduce the available methodology. The development and performance of a large office building will be presented. This award-winning design has unique architectural as well as engineering features. In conclusion, current trends will be discussed.
Date: Thursday, July 10
Time: 6:30pm - Networking, 7:00pm - Program
Location: China Star Restaurant, 6134 Hwy 290E, Austin, Texas, located at the north east corner of IH-35 and 290E
The consultants' web directory has been updated. The directory is to be found at http://www.alesu.com/xltrp/ieeecons/listzero.htm
Compatibility Society [for
Management Society [for
If you are interested in the Engineering Management Society, contact Steve Prough, Vice-Chairman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of interest may be the Graziadio Business Analysis site at Pepperdine University [These materials are the responsibility of the authors and publisher of the newsletter and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of IEEE]
|Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society [for more information]|
Engineering Society [for
Date: Tuesday, July 22
Time: 6:00 - Social, 6:30 - Dinner, 7:00 - Business meeting, 7:30 - program
Cost: $10, free for students
Reservations: For further information, please contact Susan Thompton or Steve Kanetsky, at 512-326-3380
Location: El Gallo Mexican Restaurant, 2910 S. Congress Ave, Austin, TX
in Engineering [for
Topic: Katherine Stinson: The Flying Schoolgirl
Speaker: Debra Winegarten, author
Date: Tuesday, July 15, 2003
Location: La Madeleine Cafe, 3418 N. Lamar at 35th St. 512-302-1486
|CTS Student Branches|
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