Career Networking at OTC

Room: OES Society Booth, Bldg: 1 NRG Park, Houston, Texas, United States, 77054

Dear Engineering Students,I am excited to invite you to attend a tour of the (https://2024.otcnet.org/) at NRG Park on Wednesday, May 8 2024 in Houston, TX This event is an opportunity for you to learn about the latest trends and developments in the engineering field and to network with some of the industries top companies. Professionals travel worldwide to attend this event and it is taking place right here in Houston, TX.OTC is one of the largest conferences in the world dedicated to the offshore energy industry. This year the conference will feature a range of educational sessions, technical presentations, and exhibitions from leading companies in the industry.As a college student, attending OTC will provide you with a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends in the engineering field and to network with industry professionals. You will have the opportunity to meet representatives from leading companies like Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, Chevron, and many others. These companies are always looking for talented students like you to join their teams, and attending OTC 2024 will give you an opportunity to showcase your valuable skills and make excellent connections.This opportunity is open to the first 25 students* that signup. I strongly encourage you to attend the OTC 2024 tour and take advantage of this unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and put yourself in the right networking environment. Thank you for considering this invitation and we look forward to seeing you at OTC 2024!Date: May 8, 2024Time: 8:00 AM -1:00PMMeeting Location: NRG OES Booth in the Exhibit HallRegistration begins on Thursday, April 1, 2024, and will close on Friday, April 22, 2024. Pre-Conference Orientation will be forwarded to all registered attendees. Meeting will be recorded.A light lunch will be provided.Click the link below to register for a tour.*Only 25 spaces are available. The first 13 spaces will go to current IEEE student branch members Free. After those spaces are filled the remaining 12 spaces will be open to all students. Non-IEEE members can register for a nominal fee $10.00. Click the registration link below for details.https://events.vtools.ieee.org/tego_/event/manage/411292Agenda: 8:00 AM - Check-In / Safety Briefing9:15 AM - Tour Begins with the Scheduled Corporate Partners.11:15 AM - Follow Q&A Discussion11:30 AM - 1:00 PM - Lunch Provided for All Registered Attendees Only.4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Optional YP Event: "TBD"Room: OES Society Booth, Bldg: 1 NRG Park, Houston, Texas, United States, 77054

Enhancing STEM Education through AI-Assisted Tutoring

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/415849

AI-Assisted Tutoring represents a transformative approach to education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. This innovative educational model integrates artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to create personalized learning experiences, addressing the unique needs and learning styles of each student. The core of AI-assisted tutoring lies in its ability to analyze vast amounts of data, including student performance metrics, learning preferences, and engagement levels, to tailor educational content and methodologies.The system employs algorithms and machine learning techniques to identify knowledge gaps, predict learning outcomes, and adapt instructional strategies in real-time. This dynamic approach ensures that students receive targeted support in areas where they need it most, promoting deeper understanding and retention of complex STEM concepts. Moreover, AI-assisted tutoring can simulate one-on-one interaction, providing immediate feedback and guidance, thereby fostering a supportive and responsive learning environment.The integration of AI in STEM education has the potential to revolutionize traditional teaching paradigms by making learning more accessible, efficient, and effective. It can bridge educational gaps, enhance student performance, and inspire a generation of learners to excel in STEM disciplines. This abstract explores the potential of AI-assisted tutoring to transform STEM education, highlighting its benefits, challenges, and future prospects in nurturing the next wave of innovators and problem-solvers.[]Speaker(s): Gilbert M Orcella, Agenda: 5:30 pm - 5:35 pm - Introduction5:35 pm - 6:30 pm - Presentation6:30 pm - 7:00 pm - Questions and AnswersVirtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/415849

Regular meeting of the IEEE EMB Chapter of the Lone Star Section, followed by a technical talk.  

La Fonda Alamo Heights, 8633 Crownhill Blvd, San Antonio, Texas, United States

There is a $15.00 charge for each registrant. Guests and non-members charge is $20.00 and Students are $5.00. Remainder of the tab will be picked up by the EMB Chapter.Speaker(s): TBD, Agenda: 11:30am: Business meeting: Call to order, minutes of last meeting, treasurer's report, new business,12:00pm: Lunch12:30pm: Technical talk and discussion1::00pm: adjournLa Fonda Alamo Heights, 8633 Crownhill Blvd, San Antonio, Texas, United States

Seminar on Fiber Optic and Wide Area Network in the Utility Industry

Bldg: Forum RiNo, 3000 Lawrence St, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80205, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/398657

Join IEEE for an insightful event showcasing the key elements of telecommunication modernization tailored for Corporate Information Technology and Operational Technology. Explore topics ranging from SCADA traffic to teleprotection and data management through five specific presentations. Don't miss this opportunity to stay at the forefront of technological advancements! 8:00 AM: Light Breakfast 8:15 AM: Opening Remarks 8:30 AM: Fiber Optic Fundamentals and Application 9:30 AM: Teleprotection Channel Performance & Migrating to Packet-based Telcom Networks 10:45 AM: Optimizing Fiber Assets with Optical Multiplexing 11:45 AM: Lunch (included) 1:00 PM: Rotating Machines to IBRs, “db” Levels to “bps”, Protection Systems Provide Grid Stability 2:15 PM: Amplify Capital Expenditure Efficiency with Long-Haul Repeaterless Solutions Co-sponsored by: Hamraz Salehi Agenda: 8:00 AM: Light Breakfast 8:15 AM: Opening Remarks 8:30 AM: Fiber Optic Fundamentals and Application 9:30 AM: Teleprotection Channel Performance & Migrating to Packet-based Telcom Networks 10:45 AM: Optimizing Fiber Assets with Optical Multiplexing 11:45 AM: Lunch (included) 1:00 PM: Rotating Machines to IBRs, “db” Levels to “bps”, Protection Systems Provide Grid Stability 2:15 PM: Amplify Capital Expenditure Efficiency with Long-Haul Repeaterless Solutions Bldg: Forum RiNo, 3000 Lawrence St, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80205, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/398657

Seminar on Fiber Optic and Wide Area Network in the Utility Industry

Bldg: Forum RiNo, 3000 Lawrence St, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80205, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/398657

Join IEEE for an insightful event showcasing the key elements of telecommunication modernization tailored for Corporate Information Technology and Operational Technology. Explore topics ranging from SCADA traffic to teleprotection and data management through five specific presentations. Don't miss this opportunity to stay at the forefront of technological advancements!8:00 AM: Light Breakfast8:15 AM: Opening Remarks8:30 AM: Fiber Optic Fundamentals and Application9:30 AM: Teleprotection Channel Performance & Migrating to Packet-based Telcom Networks10:45 AM: Optimizing Fiber Assets with Optical Multiplexing11:45 AM: Lunch (included)1:00 PM: Rotating Machines to IBRs, “db” Levels to “bps”, Protection Systems Provide Grid Stability2:15 PM: Amplify Capital Expenditure Efficiency with Long-Haul Repeaterless SolutionsCo-sponsored by: Hamraz SalehiAgenda: 8:00 AM: Light Breakfast8:15 AM: Opening Remarks8:30 AM: Fiber Optic Fundamentals and Application9:30 AM: Teleprotection Channel Performance & Migrating to Packet-based Telcom Networks10:45 AM: Optimizing Fiber Assets with Optical Multiplexing11:45 AM: Lunch (included)1:00 PM: Rotating Machines to IBRs, “db” Levels to “bps”, Protection Systems Provide Grid Stability2:15 PM: Amplify Capital Expenditure Efficiency with Long-Haul Repeaterless SolutionsBldg: Forum RiNo, 3000 Lawrence St, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80205, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/398657

IEEE PI2 Austin, May 2024 Tech Meeting: Modern Technology & the Cyber Security Threat Landscape

Bldg: Balcones Country Club, 8600 Balcones Club Dr., Austin, Texas, United States, 78750

IEEE PI2 Austin, May, 2024, Tech Meeting In-Person 6 PM Central / 7 PM Eastern at Balcones Country ClubBalcones Country Club: 8600 Balcones Dr. Austin, TX 78750 **NEW LOCATION**Dinner and soft beverages will be provided for those with reservations. If you do not have a reservation you will not be able to eat.Cost, to defray the room, dinner and refreshments cost: Thank you in advance:IF REGISTERED IN ADVANCE (Before May 14, 2024)Members and Non-Members:Select Register & Pay now, $25.00 Paypal from your credit card when registering - you do not need a Paypal account to use it.Click through to the credit card/debit page.ORSelect Register Now and Pay Later and pay $25.00 cash or credit/debit with Square at the meeting. Please register in advance (skip the payment)IEEE Student Members:Free (must register in advance before May 14 with your IEEE member number) Skip the paymentAll registrants After May 14, 2024: Pay $30.00 at the the meeting in cashAttendees must be registered before the event for food accommodations. Unfortunately we are charged more for the meals after the advance registration dateFor PDH hours, please email the PI2 Secretary, Haley Hirschfield at HaleyHirschfeld.org or [email protected]: Discussing the evolution of technology and why it has opened the floodgates for cyber crime. We will go through the changes in technology that are at the root of the problems that we currently face. Understand where and when we need to consider the threats and how that may change the methods of design and production of all the modern technologies that we all interact with everyday.Why the traditional methods of securing technology failed us and what we can do moving forward to secure legacy and future tech alike.Speaker(s): Christopher Barrett, Bldg: Balcones Country Club, 8600 Balcones Club Dr., Austin, Texas, United States, 78750

Well Stirred is Half Measured – EMC Tests in Reverberation Chambers

Room: Inspiration Rm - 2nd Floor, 18600 Space Center Blvd, , Houston, Texas, United States, 77058

IEEE Houston-Galveston joint EMC Society ChapterDistinguished Lecturer - TelepresentationWednesday, May 22nd, 2024 12:00 CDTGilruth Center - Inspiration Rm – 2nd Floor18600 Space Center Blvd, Houston, TX 77058Dr. Mathias MagdowskiWell Stirred is Half Measured – EMC Tests in Reverberation ChambersThis talk explains basic properties of reverberation chambers and presents some exemplary practical chambers with their parameters. The normative chamber validation as well as emission measurements and immunity tests are briefly explained. Finally, advantages and disadvantages in comparison with other EMC test environments are discussed.Mathias Magdowski received his Dipl.-Ing. and Dr.-Ing. Degree in electrical engineering from the Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany in 2008 and 2012, respectively, where he is currently working as a scientific co-worker at the Institute for Medical Engineering. His current research interests include analytical and statistical methods for modeling EMC problems, especially the field-to-wire coupling of statistic fields in mode-stirred chambers. He is a member of the corporate research group 767.3-767.4 within the German Commission for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies and serves as the co-convenor of the Joint Working Group on Reverberation Chambers within the IEC and CISPR. Mathias Magdowski also volunteers as a marketing and member services coordinator within the IEEE German EMC Chapter and in the IEEE Student Branch in Magdeburg.Room: Inspiration Rm - 2nd Floor, 18600 Space Center Blvd, , Houston, Texas, United States, 77058

IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar: Leadership EQ (Emotional Intelligence)

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/409083

Emotional Intelligence is one of the human power skills that is more in demand today than ever. Leaders that excel at EQ are going to be the ones most sought after and indispensable in organizations. In this talk we will- Build a clear understanding of the Emotional Intelligence Model- Help you to understand your responses and how your mindset and emotions have an impactSpeaker(s): Nikki EvansAgenda: 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.For information regarding upcoming webinars or to visit our vast webinar archive, please visit: (https://ieeeusa.org/careers/webinars/)(https://newsletter.smartbrief.com/rest/sign-up/2479DAB0-4089-43E7-925D-86AE0C1E6244?campaign=e0d52cef)Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/409083

LSS EXCOM

Room: CR 1.102, Bldg: 168, Southwest Research Institute, 6220 Culebra Road, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78238, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/395064

Monthly Lone Star Section Executive Committee MeetingRoom: CR 1.102, Bldg: 168, Southwest Research Institute, 6220 Culebra Road, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78238, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/395064

“Measurements Applications for Autonomous Systems: A Tutorial”

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/411367

Autonomous systems are nowadays having an undisputed pervasiveness in the modern society. Autonomous driving cars as well as applications of service robots (e.g. cleaning robots, companion robots, intelligent healthcare solutions, tour guided systems) are becoming more and more popular and a general acceptance is now developing around such systems in modern societies. Nonetheless, one of the major problems in building such applications relies on the capability of autonomous systems to understand their surroundings and then plan proper counteractions. The most popular solutions, which are gaining more and more attention, rely on artificial intelligence and deep learning as a means to perceive the structured and complex natural environment. Nonetheless, besides the importance of such complex tools, the classical concepts of metrology, such as standard uncertainty, accuracy and precision, are still unavoidable for a clear and effective understanding of modern autonomous systems applications. At the end of this webinar, the attendee will be able to answer such questions as: what are the tools and the methods of major relevance for autonomous systems applications? How do concepts such as uncertainty map in the autonomous systems realm? Speaker(s): DANIELE, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/411367

Regular meeting of the IEEE EMB Chapter of the Lone Star Section, followed by a technical talk.  

La Fonda Alamo Heights, 8633 Crownhill Blvd,, San Antonio, Texas, United States

There is a $15.00 charge for each registrant. Guests and non-members charge is $20.00 and Students are $5.00. Remainder of the tab will be picked up by the EMB.Speaker(s): TBD, Agenda: 11:30am: Business meeting: Call to order, minutes of last meeting, treasurer's report, new business,12:00pm: Lunch12:30pm: Technical talk and discussion1::00pm: adjournLa Fonda Alamo Heights, 8633 Crownhill Blvd,, San Antonio, Texas, United States

IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar: R&D Tax Credits

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/409084

The IRS’ definition of R&D and industry’s definition of R&D differ. A large majority of R&D performed in the US is done in the private sector, rather than done by universities and the work that qualifies for R&D Tax Credits is much broader (and more lucrative) than you would think. The program that pays for this R&D work is the Research Tax Credit, which is administered by the IRS. This presentation, R&D Tax Credits for Engineers and Scientists, is a high level basic primer that will teach you what type of R&D work that you already do qualifies for the credit and the general steps required to present your work successfully to the IRS. Speaker(s): Richard Bernstein Agenda: 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. For information regarding upcoming webinars or to visit our vast webinar archive, please visit: (https://ieeeusa.org/careers/webinars/) (https://newsletter.smartbrief.com/rest/sign-up/2479DAB0-4089-43E7-925D-86AE0C1E6244?campaign=e0d52cef) Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/409084

LSS EXCOM

Room: CR 1.102, Bldg: 168, Southwest Research Institute, 6220 Culebra Road, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78238, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/395072

Monthly Lone Star Section Executive Committee MeetingRoom: CR 1.102, Bldg: 168, Southwest Research Institute, 6220 Culebra Road, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78238, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/395072

GlobalEM 2024 – A Global Symposium on High-Power Electromagnetics – Austin, Texas – July 14-19

AT&T Conference Center, 1900 University Ave., Austin, Texas, United States, 78705

OVERVIEW The GlobalEM 2024 Symposium is unique in that it brings together international experts in high-power electromagnetics. This Symposium started as a small gathering organized on Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by the late Dr. Carl Baum as the first Nuclear EMP (electromagnetic pulse) Meeting (NEM) in 1973. Since 1978, the SUMMA Foundation, a non-profit organization, has sponsored the Symposium. In 1994, the Symposium was held in Bordeaux, France, as EUROEM and subsequently rotated between Europe and North America as EUROEM and AMEREM, respectively. In 2015, the Symposium was organized in Jeju, South Korea, as ASIAEM. Beginning in 2022, the series was renamed GlobalEM and will continue to rotate annually among North America, Europe, and Asia. GlobalEM 2024 includes social/networking events, invited speakers, numerous technical papers, an exhibition, and a technical tour! AT&T Conference Center is ideally located in downtown Austin, near the University of Texas at Austin campus, restaurants and shops, as well as Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. A block of guest rooms have been reserved at the AT&T Conference Center at a discounted group rate. GENERAL INFORMATION This Symposium is organized by the SUMMA Foundation. The working language of the Symposium is English. There will be a technical exhibition during the week, a Welcome Reception on the evening of Sunday, 14 July, a Gala Dinner on Wednesday, 17 July, and a technical visit to ETS-Lindgren's world headquarters on Friday, 19 July. PAPER SUBMISSION We will require only a single page extended abstract in a US Letter size paper with 2-column format. Paper submissions and reviews will be handled on-line using OpenConf software. Every paper will be reviewed and advocated by TC/SS Chairs. Additional details will be provided on the website including the topics of interest for this Symposium. REGISTRATION Online registration will open on Monday, January 15, 2024. Check back for the registration link. SPONSOR AND ORGANIZERS This Symposium is sponsored by (https://ece-research.unm.edu/summa/index.htm), a charitable organization formed under the laws of the United States. President of SUMMA Foundation: Dr. Edl Schamiloglu, [email protected] View the GlobalEM 2024 announcement (https://users.electronicbuildingdirectory.com/1unm/userfiles/images/GlobalEM2024_Flyer_1-2-23Atrium.jpg). Co-sponsored by: SUMMA Foundation Agenda: IMPORTANT DATES Proposals for Special Sessions Deadline: 11 December 2023 Acceptance of Special Sessions Announced: 8 January 2024 Paper Submission Deadline: 8 March 2024 Notification of Paper Acceptance: 8 April 2024 Deadline for Author Registration: 1 June 2024 AT&T Conference Center, 1900 University Ave., Austin, Texas, United States, 78705