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IEEE CTS Monthly Conference Call

Zoom, Austin, Texas, United States

Monthly CTS Exec Committee Phone Call - via Zoom. An email with reminder Zoom information will be sent to you before the call. Agenda: Proposed Agenda 1.Roll Call 2.Officers Update a. Chairman: - Sections Congress b. Vice Chair: c. Secretary: Chapter/Affinity Groups reporting & L31 d. Treasurer - Apr/May Actuals vs 2020 Budget 3. Special Events Update - PI2 Workshop on Energy Storage 4. Students Brief Update: a. Student Branch Activities (Larry) b. Outreach Community Projects (Semih) 5. Chapters/Affinity groups & Chapter Vitality a. Life Members (Kai Wong) b. Consultants Network (Luis Bast c. WIE (Leslie Martinich) d. YP (Jose Lacavex) 6. Standing Committees/Coordinators Update a. Member Development (James) b. Newsletter/Website (Semih, Joe, Martha) c. Sr. Member Upgrade (James) d. Fin (Bill) e. STEM (John Purvis), f. PACE (Norma), g. P&P (Tom) Zoom, Austin, Texas, United States

Elkins Robotics/Electronics Club – Tinker Squad Beginners Group

Elkins Public Library, Elkins, Arkansas, United States, 72727

Join us for our tinker squad fall program! We begin with the basics of electricity, and make our first circuit using LEDs and breadboards. This week - we continue learning to write our own programs in #Python! Students from 1st though 4th grade are welcome to join. The fall term focuses on circuits, and learning the basics of how electronics and computers work. No previous experience is required, #TryEngineering #STEMChampion Matt Francis, Case Kirk (https://stemportal-tryengineering.ieee.org/programs/detail/eb251699-5d2a-4220-8ec7-5733c3a792b0) Co-sponsored by: Elkins Public Library Elkins Public Library, Elkins, Arkansas, United States, 72727

Elkins Robotics/Electronics Club – Tinker Squad Advanced Group

Elkins Public Library, 352 N Center St, Elkins, Arkansas, United States, 72727

Join us this Wednesday for our tinker sqaud fall program! Students who have previous experience through Tinker Squad or on their own can participate in lessons on technology to solve real world problems using programming, circuits and robots. #Python #Microbit #3Dprinting Our fall program builds on what we learned this summer - making Python robots! This week we continue work on 3D modeling to build our robots and make them communicate with python! Want to learn more? View last week's video! https://youtu.be/OwZ-WFTqTgw (https://stemportal-tryengineering.ieee.org/programs/detail/eb251699-5d2a-4220-8ec7-5733c3a792b0) Co-sponsored by: Elkins Public Library Elkins Public Library, 352 N Center St, Elkins, Arkansas, United States, 72727

Algorithms & protocols joint coms, localization, sensing by Dr. George Alexandropoulos

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/333747

Title: Reconfigurable intelligent surfaces: Communications, sensing, and their integration Abstract: The advent of the connected things paradigm within 5G wireless communications enabled various sophisticated applications, whose evolution paves the way for the notion of the connected intelligence of everything in 6G networks. Recent speculations for this upcoming new generation push the 5G performance indicators to unprecedented levels, envisioning THz frequency bands, devices with embedded sensing capabilities, and native AI. All these are expected to become a reality around 2030 and with a strong green footprint. In this talk, we will elaborate around the emerging technology of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RISs) which is provisioned as the enabler of smart wireless environments, offering a highly scalable, low-cost, hardware-efficient, and almost energy-neutral solution for the dynamic control of the propagation of electromagnetic signals. We will discuss their evolution from programmable reflecting metamaterials to connected computational- and power-autonomous hybrid metasurfaces, emphasizing on the state-of-the-art approaches for RIS-empowered communications, localization, and sensing. Short Biography: George C. Alexandropoulos received the Engineering Diploma, M.A.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Engineering and Informatics from the School of Engineering, University of Patras, Greece in 2003, 2005, and 2010, respectively. He has held research positions at various Greek universities and research institutes, as well as at the Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab, Paris Research Center, Huawei Technologies France, and he is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, School of Sciences, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), Greece. He also serves as a Principal Researcher for the Technology Innovation Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. His research interests span the general areas of algorithmic design and performance analysis for wireless networks with emphasis on multi-antenna transceiver hardware architectures, active and passive Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RISs), integrated communications and sensing, millimeter wave and THz communications, as well as distributed machine learning algorithms. He currently serves as an Editor for IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, ELSEVIER Computer Networks, Frontiers in Communications and Networks, and the ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies. In the past, he has held various fixed-term and guest editorial positions for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and IEEE Communications Letters, as well as for various special issues at IEEE journals. Prof. Alexandropoulos is a Senior Member of the IEEE Communications, Signal Processing, and Information Theory Societies, the vice-chair of the (https://eurasip.org/technical-area-committees/), as well as a registered Professional Engineer of the Technical Chamber of Greece. He is also a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Communications Society. He has participated and/or technically managed more than 15 European Union (EU), international, and Greek research, innovation, and development projects. He is currently NKUA's principal investigator for the EU H2020 RISE‑6G and the SNS JU TERRAMETA projects dealing with RIS-empowered smart wireless environments and THz RISs, respectively. For the former project he also serves as the dissemination manager, whereas for the latter, he also serves as the project’s technical manager. Prof. Alexandropoulos has received the best Ph.D. thesis award 2010, the IEEE Communications Society Best Young Professional in Industry Award 2018, the EURASIP Best Paper Award of the Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking 2021, the IEEE Marconi Prize Paper Award in Wireless Communications 2021, and a Best Paper Award from the IEEE GLOBECOM 2021. More information is available at www.alexandropoulos.info. Co-sponsored by: Tamseel Mahmood - [email protected] Speaker(s): Dr. Alexandropoulos, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/333747

December Board Meeting and Consultants Network Meeting

Room: 30th Floor CareExpress Room, Bldg: First Bank Southwest Tower, Amarillo Club, 600 S Tyler St, Amarillo, Texas, United States, 79101

Please join us for a shortend version of the monthly board meeting and a presentation on project management that will have further details once the speaker and topic is finalized. Speaker(s): TBA, Agenda: 11:30 AM registration and attendance begins 11:45 AM Lunch is served 12:15 PM December Board Meeting Commences 12:45 PM Project Management Topic/Discussion 1:00 PM Adjourn Room: 30th Floor CareExpress Room, Bldg: First Bank Southwest Tower, Amarillo Club, 600 S Tyler St, Amarillo, Texas, United States, 79101

Neuroscience for Engineers: What You Should Know About Decision Making

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/334917

This presentation will help you dramatically improve your skills in decision making. Cutting-edge research in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral economics shows that most disasters are preventable, and stem from one or more poor decisions. Studies show that we all suffer from unconscious dangerous judgment errors called cognitive biases. These mental blindspots cause us to make bad decisions, especially in the most important and charged contexts. Fortunately, recent decision science has shown how simple yet effective decision-making strategies can enable you to protect yourself and those on your team from cognitive biases, and to consequently make better decisions by avoiding these mental blindspots. You will learn how best practices combined with groundbreaking research in decision science can provide you with the most critical skills that you need to help yourself and those you lead make the best decisions. Speaker(s): Gleb Tsipursky, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/334917

Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers – Problem Solving

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/324258

FREE IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar Problem solving is at the core of what engineers do. We strive to make the world a better place. We do so by tackling tough challenges or opening up whole new possibilities from innovative ideas and inventions. No doubt you already have excellent problem-solving skills that you need to earn your engineering degree and to flourish in your job. In this webinar, we’ll engage with key approaches to problem solving such as rigorously defining the problem statement, root cause analysis, abstraction, analogy, brainstorming, trial and error, divide and conquer, and lateral thinking. Honing this skill will help you deliver much richer, better solutions to real-world challenges. Speaker(s): Sridhar Ramanathan, Agenda: FREE Companion E-books/Audiobooks**Free to IEEE Members, available to non-members at a nominal price. (https://ieeeusa.org/?s=Critical+Thinking+For+Engineers&post_type=product) - (https://ieeeusa.org/product/critical-thinking-skills-for-engineers-book-1-analytical-skills/) (e-book and audiobook available) - (https://ieeeusa.org/product/critical-thinking-skills-for-engineers-book-2-communication-skills/) (e-book and audiobook available) - (https://ieeeusa.org/product/critical-thinking-skills-for-engineers-book-3-on-creativity/) (e-book and audiobook available) - (https://ieeeusa.org/product/critical-thinking-skills-for-engineers-book-4-on-open-mindedness/) (e-book and audiobook available) - (https://ieeeusa.org/product/critical-thinking-skills-for-engineers-book-5-on-problem-solving/) (e-book available) Available (https://ieeeusa.org/?s=Critical+Thinking+For+Engineers&post_type=product) --------------------------------------------------------------- IEEE-USA's free webinars/events are designed to help you find your next job, maintain your career, negotiate an appropriate salary, understand ethical considerations in the workplace and learn about other career-building strategies and public policy developments that affect your profession. Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/324258

OKC PES/IAS CHAPTER – Professional Ethics Meeting

Room: Duncan Room, Bldg: Meinders Conference Center, Oklahoma Christian University, 2501 E Memorial Road, Edmond, Oklahoma, United States, 73013

OKC PES/IAS Chapter has teamed up with the Oklahoma Professional Engineer Board to provide a presentation on professional ethics. For young engineers entering the work force, this meeting will provide guidance on acceptable ethical behavior. As experienced engineers, this meeting will be a refresher. The meeting will be held on the Oklahoma Christian University campus in the Duncan Room. The Duncan Room is located on the north side of the Meinders Conference Center. The map excerpt to the right shows the ideal parking location and door entrance for the event. A full campus map is provided in the location section of this invite. The Duncan Room is #15 on the map. To assist in determining catering costs, please register for the event. Co-sponsored by: OKC PES/IAS Agenda: Oklahoma Professional Engineering Board will be giving a presentation on ethics. PDH's will be provided on request. Hundred Year Anniversary Helly Hansen short-sleeve polos ($50 value) will be given to officers of the Section, Branches, Chapters, Affiliates Groups along with Executive Committee members that attend the meeting. The above statement includes Student Branches Counselors, and some Student Branch Officers and some Student Chapters chair members. A few will be given as door prizes to IEEE members not otherwise eligible. Room: Duncan Room, Bldg: Meinders Conference Center, Oklahoma Christian University, 2501 E Memorial Road, Edmond, Oklahoma, United States, 73013

Baton Rouge December 2022 Section Meeting

Bldg: LaContea Italiano Ristorante, 7970 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, 70809

Baton Rouge IEEE Section regular monthly meeting with presentation. Presentation topic is ““Understanding Closed Circuit TV in Hazardous and Non-Hazardous areas” Speaker(s): Marcus Romero, Agenda: 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm Social 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Presentation Bldg: LaContea Italiano Ristorante, 7970 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, 70809

IEEE BV-COMSOC Talk: Perspective of pluggables vs. CPO for new optics in next 5-10 years

Bldg: Cal Lutheran Center for Entrepreneurship (Hub101), 31416 Agoura Rd, Westlake Village, California, United States, 91361, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/332383

This talk will examine in detail the new optics landscape for datacom and telecom space. The optics industry is at a crossroad driven by the post pandemic huge BW demand at lower cost/power optics from hyperscale data centers for networking and AL/ML applications. The debate on pluggable vs co-packaged optics (CPO) will likely continue to be hot topics in the next few years. We will discuss how data center operators view the future path of photonics integration with switch electronics and their preferred technology choices and timelines. This will impact on how to revolutionize today’s pluggable optics industry with regards to applications, profitability, ecosystems, supply chain as well as uncertainties in the technology. In telecom space, as global operators accelerate the deployment of 5G networks and beyond, promote the differentiated application of 5G multi-services, and release more spectrum resources, the industry is pushing higher bandwidth requirements for high performance fronthaul, midhaul and backhaul optics. Several optical transceiver products are now targeted specifically for this high-volume market. This presentation will focus on latest advances in optical wireless deployment scenarios (e.g. 50G vs 100G Bidi for up to 40km and leveraging 100G and 400G PAM4 based client optics). We will discuss the synergies and differences between today’s mobile transport and future optical 6G networks. Speaker(s): Dr. Frank Chang, Bldg: Cal Lutheran Center for Entrepreneurship (Hub101), 31416 Agoura Rd, Westlake Village, California, United States, 91361, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/332383

IEEE Shreveport Section Executive Committee (ExCom) Google Meet Virtual Meeting

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/331132

This will be an ExCom meeting where required officer positions will be presented and discussed during the meeting. See the text below from the MGA Operations Manual concerning the definition of ExCom and some information on officers. D. SECTION MANAGEMENT - The Section affairs shall be managed by an Executive Committee (ExCom) consisting of the elected officers. F. SECTION OFFICERS At a minimum the officers of the Section shall include a Chair, a Vice Chair, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. The Section may combine the offices of Secretary and Treasurer. A Section may define in its local operating procedures document if the Vice Chair shall automatically become the Chair at the conclusion of their term. - With the exception of the Student Branch Representative, each member of the Section ExCom shall be an IEEE member, in good standing, of Graduate Student Member, Member, Senior Member, or Fellow grade. - Pending election of the first officers of the Section, the Region Director shall appoint a Chair pro tem of the SectionExCom, and the Chair pro tem may appoint a Secretary and Treasurer pro tem. - The Section Chair shall serve as Chair for all meetings of the Section and the Section ExCom. - The Section Vice Chair shall assist the Chair in the coordination of all Section activities. At the request of the Section Chair or in the absence of the Section Chair, the Section Vice Chair shall chair meetings of the Section, Section Committee, or Section ExCom. - The duties of the Section Secretary shall include correspondence, the keeping of the minutes of the committee meetings, mailing notices, and submission of meeting and officer reports to the MGA department at the end of each year and such other duties as are assigned to him/her by the Chair. - The duties of the Section Treasurer shall include the development of a Section budget for approval by the Section, accounting of all Section funds, keeping financial records, and submitting the financial operations report of the Section to the IEEE Senior Director – Financial Services. Agenda: 1 - Opening and introductions. 2 - Review of Officer Responsibilites as stated in the MGA Operations Manual. 3 - Open discussion of those interested in holding an officer position. 4 - Possible plans for Section activities in 2023. Monthly or quarterly meetings, Region 5 Conference, Sections Congress. 5 - Tentative selection of officers. Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/331132

Executive Committee Luncheon Meeting

Cherry Creek Grill , 184 Steele St, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80206

Executive Committee meeting to recap 2022 activities and consider plans for 2023 activities. Cherry Creek Grill , 184 Steele St, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80206

IEEE Ozark Section: End of Year Meeting

Room: AT&T Conference Room, Bldg: ENRC, 700 Research Center Blvd, Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States, 72701

Please join us at the Engineering Research Center (ENRC) AT&T Conference Room for our Ozark Section End of Year Meeting. We are planning to provide section updates and have discussions regarding next year's events. We may also give tours of some of the labs if there is interest. Food will be provided. Room: AT&T Conference Room, Bldg: ENRC, 700 Research Center Blvd, Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States, 72701

(PI)² Chapter Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Theater, 207 W. 18th Strret, Austin, Texas, United States, 78704

This is an invitation event. Invited attendees will be notified by email and their registrations accepted. Co-sponsored by: (PI)² Chapter Ch05009 Speaker(s): Christopher Sanderson, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Theater, 207 W. 18th Strret, Austin, Texas, United States, 78704

VIRTUAL PRESENTATION: COMMITTING TO BEING A HIGH IMPACT LEADER AS AN ENGINEER

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/330680

Engineers often get a bad wrap as being committed to their profession but not to leadership. Leadership is the number one key to building successful organizations and teams and can also be a key to gaining acceptance of ideas. Leaders are a major influence on the culture in which people work, on how people are treated, and how things get done. Engineers can be excellent, high impact leaders who make a difference in lives and organizations. However, to do so they must be committed leaders as well as committed engineers and become students of how to lead and bring out the best in people, teams, and organizations. This session will provide a practical understanding of the importance of skilled leadership, the impact leaders can have, and the critical skills engineers need to learn to be leaders committed to making a difference. Speaker(s): Dr Don Warrick, Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change, Agenda: 10:00 am - 10:45 am (Mountain Time): Introduction and Presentation by Dr Don Warrick 10:45 am - 11:00 am (Mountain Time): Questions Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/330680

IEEE Oklahoma City Section Christmas Season Meeting

900 West Main, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

We will meet at the 21c Museum/Hotel located near downtown OKC, 900 West Main. The 21c is situated in the former home of a Ford Motor Company assembly plant, which dates back more than a century and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 21c Oklahoma City takes full advantage of the scale and openness of its historical setting (over 75,000 square feet). Touring the museum is available both before and after the meeting. The local restaurant, Mary Eddy's, will be providing a top shelf Fall/Winter full dinner buffet including choice of one soup, two salads, two entrées, two sides, and two desserts. A bar will be open for the one hour before the dinner (5:30-6:30 pm). The program is to be announced later. Given Tuesday is a work week-night, we plan to be done at or before 8:30 pm. Current exhibits at the museum are the works of local artist, Virginia Sitzes, printmaker, muralist, and arts advocate. Further, the art and sculpture works of Denise Duong and Gabriel Friedman are on display. Finally, the feature presentation is "The SuperNatural," an eclectic display of dazzling art interpretations. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED ON OR BEFORE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9TH AT NOON. A refundable $5.00 fee is to be charged. The $5 will be refunded with actual attendance to the event. Agenda: Hundred Year Anniversary Helly Hansen short-sleeve polos ($50 value) will be given to officers of the Section, Branches, Chapters, Affiliates Groups along with Executive Committee members that attend the meeting. The above statement includes Student Branches Counselors, and some Student Branch Officers and some Student Chapters chair members. A few will be given as door prizes to IEEE members not otherwise eligible. The rest of the program is to be announced later. 900 West Main, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

IEEE Lafayette: December 2022 Christmas Social

Bldg: Deano's Pizza, 305 Bertrand Drive, Lafayette, Louisiana, United States, 70506

Please join us for our annual IEEE Lafayette December 2022 Christmas Social at Deano's Pizza on Bertrand!! Please RSVP by clicking the "Register Now" button below to register for the social. Registration/RSVP is not required but will help us get an accurate headcount for the setup at the restaurant. Hope to see you there! Deano's Pizza on Bertrand is located at 305 Bertrand Dr, Lafayette, LA 70506. Bldg: Deano's Pizza, 305 Bertrand Drive, Lafayette, Louisiana, United States, 70506

Volunteer Recognition Dinner

Room: Fireplace Room, The Barn Door Restaurant, 8400 N New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78209

Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner Room: Fireplace Room, The Barn Door Restaurant, 8400 N New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78209

2023 IEEE GT / R5 AM Organizing Committee

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/331605

Organizing Committee Meeting Agenda: The Agenda and minutes will be available @ (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1FZ5RuDxr3kU5Ptkx4jyAVVPucyxuLhBi?usp=sharing ) Future Meetings: o Jan. 12, 2023; Hybrid: Original Brooklyn’s & WebEx o Meeting weekly afterwards (to be announced) Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/331605

Hands-on Workshop Deep Learning – PDH or CEU

University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL), Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

This full-day, in-person workshop will teach you the fundamental tools and techniques to build, train, and evaluate deep learning models. Through hands-on exercises, this workshop is designed to illustrate how deep learning works. Using examples and exercises in computer vision, you will learn to build your deep learning model from scratch and also use state-of-the-art practices such as deep transfer learning. You will also learn several hacks to improve a deep learning model and push its accuracy to the highest possible range. Learning Objectives - Build, train, and evaluate convolutional neural networks using Tensorflow/Keras - Learn several hacks such as regularization and data augmentation - Learn to apply deep transfer learning to train an accurate model Registration (Registration link is for Application Submission) Industry professionals are encouraged to apply. There will be options to obtain continuing education units (CEUs) and professional development hours (PDH) credits. Participants are expected to have some familiarity with the Python language (we will share pre-workshop tutorials). Selected applicants will be notified on November 30, 2022. The registration cost for selected applicants is $25. There are 50 seats in total. Apply: https://bit.ly/apply2022dl Accepted candidates will be sent specific registration or follow-up information. Speaker(s): Dr. Badri Adhikari, Agenda: Workshop Schedule MORNING SESSION - Create deep learning models using automated tools - Mood recognition/classification using convolutional neural networks - Select your project/dataset and obtain initial accuracy - Regularize your model LUNCH BREAK (Lunch will be provided) AFTERNOON SESSION - Apply data augmentation and deep transfer learning - Introduce interpretable deep learning and ethics University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL), Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

IEEE Young Professionals Holiday Game Night

7010 Easy Wind Dr. #150, Austin, Texas, United States

Join IEEE Young Professionals for a night of board games at Vigilante! Food and drinks will be avaiable to purcahse. Ugly sweaters are encouraged, not required. 7010 Easy Wind Dr. #150, Austin, Texas, United States

Dallas CVT December 20, 2022 Face 2 Face Technical meeting

Richardson TX, Texas, United States

The CVT board would like to invite our members to join us for lunch on December 20, 2022. Lunch is on us, we only ask that you register on vTools so we can get an accurate headcount. We will tour the HEXA site at 2100 Greenville Ave, Richardson TX. The meeting starts at 12:00 PM. Lunch will be catered Italian from the Chef at HEXA and will be served shortly after the short tour. There is no presentaton, this is a great time to have a chat with fellow CVT members and the CVT board. Deadline to register is Decemer 12. There is no cost to IEEE/CVT members who register by Dec 12. Non-IEEE members are $15.00 pre registration. Walk-in at the door is $20 for everyone who has not regsiterd. Thanks in advance, your CVT board. Richardson TX, Texas, United States

IEEE CTS Monthly Conference Call

Zoom, Austin, Texas, United States

Monthly CTS Exec Committee Phone Call - via Zoom. An email with reminder Zoom information will be sent to you before the call. Agenda: Proposed Agenda 1.Roll Call 2.Officers Update a. Chairman: - Sections Congress b. Vice Chair: c. Secretary: Chapter/Affinity Groups reporting & L31 d. Treasurer - Apr/May Actuals vs 2020 Budget 3. Special Events Update - PI2 Workshop on Energy Storage 4. Students Brief Update: a. Student Branch Activities (Larry) b. Outreach Community Projects (Semih) 5. Chapters/Affinity groups & Chapter Vitality a. Life Members (Kai Wong) b. Consultants Network (Luis Bast c. WIE (Leslie Martinich) d. YP (Jose Lacavex) 6. Standing Committees/Coordinators Update a. Member Development (James) b. Newsletter/Website (Semih, Joe, Martha) c. Sr. Member Upgrade (James) d. Fin (Bill) e. STEM (John Purvis), f. PACE (Norma), g. P&P (Tom) Zoom, Austin, Texas, United States

2023 IEEE GT / R5 AM Organizing Committee

Original Brooklyn's, 2644 W Colfax Ave, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80204, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/331606

Organizing Committee Meeting Agenda: The Agenda and minutes will be available @ (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1FZ5RuDxr3kU5Ptkx4jyAVVPucyxuLhBi?usp=sharing ) Future Meetings: o Jan. 12, 2023; Hybrid: Original Brooklyn’s & WebEx o Meeting weekly afterwards (to be announced) Original Brooklyn's, 2644 W Colfax Ave, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80204, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/331606

IEEE Region 5 2023 Winter EXCOM Meeting

Courtyard Marriott Springfield Airport, 3527 W Kearney Street, Springfield, Missouri, United States, 65803

IEEE Region 5 2022 Winter EXCOM Meeting and Audit Committee Meeting (https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.marriott.com%2Fevents%2Fstart.mi%3Fid%3D1643826983767%26key%3DGRP&data=04%7C01%7Cdiane.lester%40atriumhospitality.com%7Cae14ffae3f4247e1409808d9e67b119c%7C2a940736346f4580951607fd1e7cc52d%7C0%7C0%7C637794238522539305%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000&sdata=%2BAai%2BRMIW3Ht776LX0V%2Bh%2FWPw7RoUEKJJr15flyS8gI%3D&reserved=0) Agenda: FRIDAY January 27, 2023 8 AM - 5 PM Audit Committee Meeting 6 PM - 9 PM Welcome Reception for EXCOM Meeting SATURDAY January 28, 2023 8 AM - 5 PM Region 5 EXCOM Meeting 7 PM - 9 PM EXCOM Dinner SUNDAY January 29, 2023 8 AM - NOON Region 5 EXCOM Meeting Courtyard Marriott Springfield Airport, 3527 W Kearney Street, Springfield, Missouri, United States, 65803

OKC Section Life Member sponsored Engineering Fair – Motor Contest Date change to Wed

Bldg: Science Museum Oklahoma, 2020 Remington Pl, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, 73111

In 2022 11 teams registered, 8 teams participated with 1-3 people per team with parents and teachers present. Registration will open in 2023 just setup this item for Planning 2022 rules are no longer available go to https://oef.org/oklahoma-engineering-fair/ and the rules will be posted eventually at the bottom of the page. If you need a copy of last years Electric Motor rules contact us. Hopefully 2023 rules will be posted on the OEF website shortly. Engineering Fair, is sponsored by the IEEE OKC Section Life Members other local Societies via Oklahoma Engineering Foundation, will be held at the Science Museum Oklahoma on Wednesday, March 18, 2023. The Fair will kick off at 8:30 AM and End 3:00PM. Parents and University Students that want to support our Electrical Motor Contest Competition or any of the competitions are welcome. Electric Motor Competition will be held on the 2nd floor. IEEE members should let Daniel Morehead <[email protected]> know they will attend to support our competition Motor Contest station so we can schedulee 2 hours of support per person. Prizes and Distribution I believe 6th grade to 10 grade students from all the state elememtry schools are invited to participate so contest winners will be announced on the Engineering Fair web page location Engineering-Fair. Entries with the winning prizes will also be notified through their teacher that registered their group to participate. First, Second and Third place winners in each catagory will receive a medal. The Winning classroom of the First, Second and Third Place entries will receive a Cash award. Registered Class's that is Students can Participate in any of the following contests: Contest Rules - 2022 Eiffel Tower Contest Rules - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/Eiffel-Tower-rules-2022.pdf) **UPDATED - Eiffel Tower Entry Form - (http://www.oef.org/docs/2020EiffelTowerEntry.pdf) - 2022 Electric Motor Contest Rules - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/IEEE-Electric-Motor-Rules-Final.pdf) - Electric Motor Entry Form - (http://www.oef.org/docs/2020ElectricMotorEntry.pdf) - 2022 Rubberband Powered Vehicle Contest Rules - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/RBPV-Final.pdf) - Rubberband Powered Vehicle Entry Form - (http://www.oef.org/docs/2020RBPVEntry.pdf) - 2022 Wacky WonderWorks Contest Rules & Entry Form - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/2022_WWW_12_2021-Rev0.pdf) - 2022 Bridge Building Contest Rules - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/2022-Bridge-Building-Contest-Rules.pdf) - Bridge Building Entry Form - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/BridgeEntry.pdf) - 2022 Drone Obstacle Course Contest Rules - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/2022--Drone-Obstacle-Course-Competition.pdf)- Drone Obstacle Course Entry Form - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/2022-Official-Entry-Form-Powered-Drone-Competition.pdf) - 2022 Ping Pong Launcher Contest Rules - (http://www.oef.org/images/PDFs/Ping-Pong-Ball-Launcher-Final.pdf) - PPBL Entry Form - Download Here Please note the Powered Drone competition will be the only competition that is held virtually. Please read the competition rules carefully to ensure you have everything submitted prior to the Engineering Fair. Contact for the OEF Engineering Fair organizational group is 405 528-1435 or email [email protected] Co-sponsored by: Dan Moorehead Bldg: Science Museum Oklahoma, 2020 Remington Pl, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, 73111

Texas Legislative Visit Week

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/328094

Mid-March is approaching and the Lone Star Section Government Relations committee is your proponent in government affairs! If you are an interested LSS member, please plan on joining us in meetings with your Texas legislator, to be scheduled the 2nd week of March. We will actually target only 7 and 8 March, but given the busy schedule of the legislators, we may need to meet on a different day or two that week. Participants will receive training (virtually) within a couple of weeks prior to meeting with our State legislators. All meetings will be held virtually with the legislators and their staff. If you register for the event, please insure to include your address. IEEE has offered to determine all appropriate Senate and House districts for our event. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to send Garrett at note. Let your voice be heard! Agenda: MEETING WITH LEGISLATORS (30 minutes) Introductions Description of IEEE and the number of members in their district. Discussion by IEEE district members Discussion by others if time permits Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/328094

IEEE Green Technologies Conference 2023

Denver, Colorado, United States

IEEE Green Technologies in its 15th year is scheduled for Wednesday, April 19th - Friday, April 21st, 2023. On behalf of the Organizing Committee (OC), We welcome you to GreenTech 2023. The OC is actively planning the conference and will be updating our website with information as it becomes available. This will include information on keynote speakers, workshops, and panel sessions. Paper presentations as a part of the technical program will continue to develop as submissions are received and reviewed for final submission. Agenda: In 2023, visit our website for the latest information on keynote speakers, workshops, and panel sessions. https://ieeegreentech.org/ Denver, Colorado, United States

2023 Region 5 Annual Meeting, Student Competitions, and Awards Banquet

Denver, Colorado, United States

On Friday, April 21st 2022 the Region 5 Annual Meeting, Student Competitions, and Awards Banquet will be hosted by the Denver Section. The Conference will be held in Denver. Co-sponsored by: Denver Section Agenda: For more information about the R5 Annual Meeting 2023 and Student Competitions, visit (https://r5conferences.org/) in late 2022 / 2023. Denver, Colorado, United States

Innotech OKC Annual IT and Innovation Event- Tentative Schedule

Bldg: OKC Convention Center, 100 Mick Cornett Dr, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, 73109

Come visit and support our IEEE OKC Section booth 100. Registration is free unless you want to attend the IT Executive Luncheon or Women in Tech Summit but there will be 30 Free 45 minutes topics for networking. - (https://t.e2ma.net/click/h6iv7f/xec8wmq/5kifiv): Offers a security-focused track that is open to all InnoTech attendees. - (https://t.e2ma.net/click/h6iv7f/xec8wmq/ldjfiv) hosted by OMES and Cyber Command: Offers a cybersecurity-focused track that is open to all InnoTech attendees. - InnoTech Keynote Presentation: Deception Via Perception (From Blue Tractors to a Blue & Black Dress) - Professional & educational development with 30+ educational seminars from industry professionals - The exhibit hall's latest & greatest including LIVE demos with LIVE people for presentation and networking - Morning Coffee and an Attende Buffet (for the 1st 100 attendees) - The InnoTech Happy 45-Minute Reception, where you can win some amazing prizes - The option to obtain to 7 continuing education hours and credits. INNOTECH HAPPY 45 MINUTE RECEPTION (an annual tradition!) – On October 19 from 3:15pm to 4:00pm all InnoTech attendees, exhibitors, speakers and sponsors are invited to enjoy complimentary beverages and networking inside the Exhibit Hall. During the celebration, prizes will be awarded to winning attendees for those who have completed their Passport to Prizes form and submitted it for the drawing. Registration is required so to get a complimentary conference pass use the code IEEE2C at innotechok.com Also if you can help manage the booth for 2 hours contact Bob Scolli. Co-sponsored by: Bob Scolli Speaker(s): , Agenda: Detailed agenda is located at https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/agenda 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Networking (https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/session/1061675/registration-open) 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Keynote (https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/session/1061676/keynote-deception-via-perception-from-blue-tractors-to-a-blue-black-dress) (https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/speaker/576514/jayson-e-street) 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM Networking (https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/session/1061601/attendee-lunch) 2:30 PM - 2:50 PM OK-ISAC Symposium (https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/session/992354/working-smarter-not-harder-to-thwart-modern-hackers) (https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/speaker/515772/geoff-wilson) 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM Networking (https://www.techstrongevents.com/innotech-okc22/session/1061602/happy-45-minute-reception) Bldg: OKC Convention Center, 100 Mick Cornett Dr, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, 73109