IEEE New Hampshire NewsLetter
March-April 2018
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Meetings & Events
Senior Membership Drive 2018 IEEE recognizes members that show leadership in their field by raising such members to Senior Member status. Find out more and taking the next steps at this meeting. For more details contact Ed Nelson Thursday 3rd May 2018 6-9 PM   Nashua Public Library 2 Court Place Nashua
NH Soap Box Derby The New Hampshire Soap Box Derby is excited to announce their Annual Spring Rally set for Saturday and Sunday May 5-6. Boys & girls ages 7 to 20, race in their gravity powered cars (build with guidance from adult enthusiasts). For more details contact Dick Behan, Race Director Saturday-Sunday May 5-6 2018 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM   BAE Systems Parking Lot, 95 Canal Street, Nashua
Meet The Makers Have you ever wanted to dive into 3D printing? Or build a robot but lack the resources to start? Do you know that there is a growing community of hobbyists with manufacturing equipment and interest to share their knowledge? Come and Learn more about Makerspaces who provide equipment, community, and education for enabling community members (Makers) to design, prototype and manufacture works that wouldn't be possible for individuals working alone. For more details contact Kat Reagen Thursday 31st May 2018 6:30-9 PM   25 Crown St Nashua
Millyard 2018: Tedx Conference In Derry NH This event is Co-sponsored by IEEE NH as a Community Partner with TED. The theme of this TedX conference theme is "It is Complicated". This event will combine talks, and similar talks from local experts and presenters. For more details and Speakers. Some will be technical, but as with TED talks in general, they will span Technology, Entertainment and Design. ,  Sunday 2nd June 2018 Time: 09:00 AM to 03:39 PM,   5 Pinkerton St Derry, New Hampshire, Building: Stockbridge Theater
A Visit to Army Research Labs, Natick, MA  The joint Boston and NH Life Members group had an opportunity to visit the only active US Army Base in New England in April: The Natick Labs in Massachusetts. This facility does the R&D needed to support our military from the "skin out". It gaves us a fascinating view of the pervasive use of leading-edge of technologies. Read the full report by Jim Isaak, IEEE NH Life Members. Do not miss watching the Airdrop of Humvees.
John H. Fuller Elementary School SeaPerch Project  A Report by Ayse Kalkan-Savoy, Chair of Pre University Grants Committee, sharing a brief on the SeaPerch, an IEEE NH Funded project and the pictures received from the sixth grade teachers, on the student teams at work.
Computer Society and NCC Student Branch A Report by Barbara Bancroft, Chair IEEE NH CS. On March 29th NCC IEEE Students and Computer Society IEEE NH hosted a professional seminar title: "Cybersecurity and Personal Security Habits". The seminar was presented by Information Assurance Manager for Department of Defense, Peter Kurek.
Welcome to Joint MTT-S/AP-S NH Chapter A Welcome Note to all members by Don Sherwood, Chair Joint MTT-S/AP-S NH Chapter.
Region 1 Student Conference A Photographic report shared by Adrienne Hahn from the recent R1 Student Conference.
Member Benefits & Resources
Discounts on Products, Services For IEEE Members Take advantage of exclusive and discounted pricing on laptops, insurance and variety of other products and services.
Free IEEE USA EBook on "Why STEM is Important" Through 15th May, IEEE members can download a free copy of this by using promo code APRFREE18 at checkout. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is all about combining content and process to solve problems and create new products and services, a fundamental necessity for economic growth. Many of you reading this e-book will see how closely it mirrors what we do on the job. Maybe you will work with local schools, and help teachers and students solve relevant problems. It is very important for young folks to see the world through your i.e engineers' eyes.
IEEE-Elearning for latest course offerings and free E-Books. Some Tips for downloading E-Books.
JOBS & Careers
Nationwide Jobs
Computer Jobs 
IEEE Computer Society Launching Upgraded Learning Platform! Expanded Libraries! 3,000+ online courses, 28,000+ books, 36,000+ videos, practice exams, mentorship and access to 20 times as many resource as before. Advance Your Knowledge and Skills in One Cost-Effective, Leading-Edge Byte at a Time.
IEEE Communications Society Free Tutorials Complimentary online access to the sponsored FREE Tutorials are available for a limited time. Recent Progress and Future Evolution of Massive MIMO for cm-wave and mm-wave Bands; Look Ma, No Hands: Intelligent Transportation and the Wireless Networks that Drive It;
IEEE Spectrum Latest Technologies and News   Ethical Considerations 200 Years After Frankenstein: Tech Ethics Conversations.  Design Faster, Reduce Costs, and Speed up Time to Market: Leverage the Power of Simulation-Driven Design.   Forging Voices and Faces: The Dangers of Audio and Video Fabrication.   Awesome Robotics Videos: Cassie on Fire, Disney's Soft Robot Hand, and Car Humanoid.
Computing Now Trends    A Smart Room To Play And Learn For Children With Autism, Adhd, And Down Syndrome: The Magic Room. Keeping Your Medical Records Safe In The Cloud: Researchers Analyze Blockchain As A Solution. An Interactive Tool That Visualizes Scientific Data In A Colorful, Artistic, And Transformative Way: Colormoves.
Executive Committee Meeting Summaries from Kat Reagan, IEEE NH Section Chair. March 2018, April 2018, If you are an IEEE member and would like to attend a future meeting, please contact Section Chair Kat Reagan or Section Secretary Mary Brzezenski.
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