IEEE New Hampshire NewsLetter
May 2020
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Meetings & Events
Distinguished Lecture Series: Cyber-Physical Security Register Free for this Webinar by Prof. Bruce McMillin, Missouri University of Science and Technology on Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) which are engineered physical systems with large number of significant, distributed and interacting cyber and physical components. CPSs are deployed in critical applications such as advanced green electric power grids, vehicles in an automated highway systems, distributed aircraft navigation systems and chemical process plants where reliable operation is paramount.  Thursday 7 May 2020, 11:00-Noon EDT  
IoT and Compliance In this Webinar Cheryl Ajluni and Brad Jolly will cover essentials related to IOT Standards, Certifications and Devices Compliance for mitigating risks in IOT deployments.  14 May 2020, 1:00-2:00 PM EDT  
Distinguished Lecture Series:IT and the Fight Against COVID-19 Register Free for this Webinar by San Murugesan; Director, Adjunct Professor, BRITE Professional Services, School of Computing and Mathematics at Western Sydney University, Australia. He analyses how IT, AI, ML and other technologies are helping in detection and containment of the coronavirus and responding to the COVID-19 and beyond.   Tuesday 26th May 2020, 6:00-7:00 pm EDT  
Distinguished Lecture Series: Machine Learning for Medical Imaging Analysis Register Free for this Webinar by Professor Amlan Chakrabarti, University of Calcutta. He will discuss the fundamental ML processes involved in medical image analysis and present preliminary ideas of 3D reconstruction and viewing. as well as themes for achieving prediction and classification for CAD applications.  Thursday 28th May 2020, 10:30-11:30 AM EDT  
IoT Coexistence Challenge In this Webinar Cheryl Ajluni & Brad Jolly will discuss the growing Coexistence Challenges given the explosion of IoT devices flooding the market. The interference devices experience can result from faulty or unintended functionality to complete operational failures. In the case of medical IoT scenarios it can be a matter of life and death.  11 June 2020, 1:00-2:00 PM EDT   On Line Webinar
STEM Activity at Keene’s John H Fuller Elementary School Don Sherwood reports on his productive STEM partnerships with the Teachers in the 3rd Grade Classes.
Using IEEE Webex Virtual Event Capability Jim Isaak, Section Chair shares his expereince on the first use of the Webex capability in IEEE NH, to leverage Webinars from other regions.
STEM Programs and Resources in New Hampshire This is a comprehensive compilation on pre-college STEM programs and resources available within New Hampshire. Please share these widely in your communities, especially with Parents and Teachers. Special Thanks to our Webmaster Alan Schechter.
IEEE Humanitarian Activities Learn how IEEE is funding and involved in COVID-19 Projects worldwide. Read FAQ compiled by the IEEE Foundation.
JOBS & Careers
Nationwide Jobs
Computer Jobs 
IEEE Computer Society Launching Upgraded Learning Platform! New courses are being added monthly keeping pace with continually changing technologies that are making the biggest impact on industry and society.
5G – Recent Advance and Future Evolution Register and access this FREE tutorial to hear leading experts from major operators, infrastructure, terminal, and chipset vendors, as well as other key members of the wireless communications industry ecosystem provide views and insights paving the way for fully harnessing the vision, power and promise of 5G.    
Member Benefits & Resources
Keep Abreast of Member Benefits Use the new Global Benefits Finder to become aware of all your member benfits tailored to your location, career stage and professional profile.
Member Benefits: Laptop Discounts IEEE Members can save up to 50% off on select DELL Latitude 3400 & 3500 laptops for a limited time! Reach out to Mona_Besleaga or call 800-757-8442.
IEEE CollabraTec Leverage Workspaces for Professional Collaborations and Video Conferencing (Google Meet is available to all IEEE members here). Google Conferencing .
IEEE-USA's New Engineering Coloring Books for Adults Coloring books are no longer just for kids! They have become a full-on trend. People have discovered that they help to lower stress levels, increase focus, and offer a great outlet for personal expression.
E-Book Encourages Girls, Young Women to Pursue STEM Careers  Author Pamela Cosman is passionate about encouraging girls and young women to pursue careers in STEM and believes the society is still giving them wrong messages.
Free Audio Book Discussing Valuable Career Lessons Learned in Dad's Workshop  Author Harry T. Roman shares in this series the valuable life lessons from his father to build a long, satisfying career. Checkout other Free Audio Books
IEEE Computer Society’s Top 12 Technology Trends for 2020  include AI, non-volatile memory products, and digital twins, leading the disruptive technology outlook.
Wearables that Track Social Distancing and Sick Employees As shuttered businesses make plans to resume on-site operations, many plan to outfit their employees with new, anti-pandemic gears. Wearable tech that could prevent the spread of COVID-19 inside the workplace.
Nuo 3D Mask: A rare mix of function, form and fashion Fashion is not a word that's usually associated with face masks, but the Nuo 3D Mask is set to change that with its blend of tailored fitment and stylish 3D-printed design.
Camera that Captures 70 Trillion Frames per Second All previous records absolutely pale in comparison to the new world’s fastest camera, boasting a mind-boggling rate of 70 trillion frames per second. That’s fast enough to capture light waves in movement.
Hydrogen on Tap The “hydrogen-on-tap” device is a 113-gram button of an aluminum and gallium alloy. A small amount of water drips onto these buttons, causing a chemical reaction that splits the oxygen and hydrogen contained in the water. The released hydrogen powers fuel-efficient vehicles.
Augmented Reality Contact Lenses  The initial applications of Mojo Vision’s AR contact lenses will be image enhancement for people with low vision, including edge detection of objects and facial expressions. Future applications will include providing additional information, like facial tagging and real-time translation.
Agile Robot Dog That Costs Less Than $10k A Startup Unveils the Agile Robot Dog in this Video
What Are Deepfakes and How Are They Created? As A growing unease has settled around evolving deepfake technologies that make it possible to create evidence of scenes that never happened. Celebrities have found themselves the unwitting predicaments as stars in undesirable films, and politicians have turned up in videos appearing to speak words they never really said. Learn more.
IEEE NH 2020 Officers 
Executive Committee Meeting Summaries from Jim Isaak, IEEE NH Section Chair.
April 2020
If you are an IEEE member and would like to attend a future meeting, please contact Section Chair Jim Isaak or Section Secretary Hayley Feyh.
Editor's Corner
I would like to start a series of articles covering topical news and trends on the Industrial Landscape of New Hampshire for fostering increased awareness and understanding of it within the communities we serve, including the Industries. This is a great opportunity for members and students to contribute articles and/or share blogs from your vantage. I appreciate your Thoughts and Contributions.
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