Talk by Dr. Saif Islam, co-hosted by Boise EDS and SSCS chapters, May 26, 12pm. See attached file for abstract and speaker bio. Register and find out more at https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/272705 .
Virtual distinguished lecture by Prof. Pierluigi Mancarella. May 20, 3:30pm MDT. Co-hosted by IEEE-Boise PES chapter. For more details visit https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/270841 .
On behalf of the 2021 WMED Organizing Committee, we are pleased to announce the Opening of Registration and Call for Posters for the 18th annual IEEE Workshop on Microelectronics and Electron Devices. The workshop will be held virtually on Friday, April 23rd, 2021. Advance registration will close on April 9th, 2021. Our Website has been updated to reflect these changes. Zoom links will be sent from IEEE… Read more
SusTech 2021 is hosting talks on Sustainability leading up to the conference in April 2021. “Green Economy and Why Cyber Security is so Important – An overview of NIST 800.53 and NIST 800.171” with David E. González, DoD Cybersecurity WorkForce (CSWF) Date: February 23, 2021Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM PST Registration info: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/259748
WMED 2021 will be held Friday, April 23rd. It will be held virtually due to the pandemic. For more information, see https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-ieee-workshop-on-microelectronics-and-electron-devices-wmed-2021-tickets-91341096679 .
The conference studies the impacts of COVID 19 on Energy, Water and Transportation and also presents new relate engineering applications. For more details, see https://www.eventbrite.com/e/engineering-applications-during-covid-19-online-conference-tickets-140276357361.
IEEE Boise Section is excited to host Professor Elisa Barney Smith, Professor and Associate Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Boise State University who will be presenting a virtual Seminar on “An Engineer’s Exploration of Voting Technology” on Wed 2/17-10:30 am-11:30. For more details see https://ieee-region6.org/boise-wie/boise-wie-events.
Please email Lynn Olson @ email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering to interview or forward to others that would like this opportunity to meet with the top engineering students in the Class of 2022. Engineers Week, or EWeek, is coming up February 21-27. Founded by NSPE in 1951, EWeek is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by… Read more
The IEEE Computer Society Phoenix Chapter is hosting a talk by Bill Curd of SYNESYS GROUP on Wednesday, Feb. 17th (rescheduled from Feb. 10th), at 7pm-9pm MST. He will discuss the Surface Web, Dark Web, and Darknet as well as cybersecurity certifications. For more details and to register, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dark-deep-and-political-on-the-internet-tickets-138016508091 .
Date: Tuesday, January 26th 2021, 6pm PT (Pacific Timezone), 7pm Mountain Timezone) HOST: IEEE Santa Clara Valley SectionSPEAKER: Chandrakant Patel, Chief Engineer and Senior Fellow, HP, https://www.linkedin.com/in/chandrakant-d-patel-pe-80a5171 TITLE: Exciting Cyber Physical Course Ahead at the crossroads of domain, data and data sciences Chandrakant is a great speaker and I would highly recommend this event. Ray Beausoleil… Read more
IEEE publishes a member benefits bulletin for its members. This bulletin is a great source of information about member benefits from across IEEE that you can use as you work or learn from home and that you can take advantage of right now. We hope that these resources will continue to provide you with member value as we all… Read more
———- Forwarded message ——— From: Research Computing <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, Jan 23, 2020 at 2:19 PM Subject: Research Computing Days – Registration Open and Guest Speaker Announced To: <email@example.com> Registration is open! Use our online registration form to sign up for: Software Carpentry Workshops: LEARN TOOLS TO GRAPH, PLOT, AND ANALYZE YOUR DATA using Unix Shell to automate tasks, version… Read more
We are excited to start the IEEE WIE Section in Boise. Please join the kick off meeting on Jan 30th between 3pm-4pm at BSU MEC 202p to discuss our annual agenda. Organizer: Nirmala Kandadai Email: firstname.lastname@example.org For more details, see https://ieee-region6.org/boise-wie/event/boise-wie-kick-of-meeting/ .
You are invited to the upcoming event organized by Boise State University: Join us for a Cyber-Physical Systems Security Forum at Boise State University on November 30. This FREE interactive forum is designed to promote discussion on the cyber-physical security risks, threats, and challenges organizations face. To help frame the discussion, we have invited industry leaders… Read more
Here are the UNOFFICIAL RESULTS for IEEEXtreme 12.0 Region 6 teams as of November 8, 2018. Final results will be posted soon on the IEEEXtreme web site at https://ieeextreme.org/. The members of the winning team, “Sheep”, are Rachel Weber, Wyte Krongapiradee, and Frank Shi. Region 6 will sponsor them to attend the IEEE Rising Stars Conference… Read more
At least that’s the mantra for the high school “all girl” FIRST robotics team at Boise State University who affectionately call themselves the “Chickadees”(http://coen.boisestate.edu/firstrobotics/). FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is an international high school robotics competition. Each year, teams of high school students, coaches, and mentors work during a six-week period to build game-playing robots that… Read more
From Boise State University Campus News, Nov. 5th, 2018: The co-founders of Micron Technology are the first speakers for Entrepreneur Connect, the new speaker series in the College of Business and Economics (COBE). The inaugural event, “Starting Micron – Founders Ward Parkinson and Joe Parkinson Share Their Story,” is free and open to the public. It will… Read more
Congratulations to both Boise section teams for their outstanding performance in IEEEXtreme 12.0 on Oct 19-20. IEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams of IEEE Student members compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems. The NNU team “BarrysBest” placed 8th and the BSU team “MoroWhiteErway” placed… Read more
Here’s a very nice article on the Northwest Power and Conservation Council website about the recent PMAPS conference held in Boise. Congratulations to Milorad Papic for running an excellent conference! https://www.nwcouncil.org/news/state-research-planning-future-power-grid
The Boise Section BBQ / Picnic is free to attend for all IEEE Members and their families. The event will be arranged and catered by IEEE Boise State University student branch. Date/Time: Friday, Sept 14, 2018, 6pm to 8:30pm Location: Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park, 500 S Walnut St, Boise. Click here for Map Event contact: Boise State University IEEE Student Branch: email@example.com
Guest speaker, Dr. Gurtej S. Sandhu, Senior Fellow and Director at Micron Technology Inc. will deliver a topic on, “Memory Chips Technology – the untold story of innovation”. Biography: https://www.micron.com/about/our-company/leadership/gurtej-sandhu Continental style dinner with vegetarian and regular options. Award Ceremony and presentation. Free parking details will be sent to the registered email address Registration Deadline: Sunday, 4/15/2018 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-ieee-boise-banquet-registration-tickets-44577768305
The 14th Idaho Region Future City competition was held on Saturday, January 20th at Boise State University. This year’s competition included 36 teams from 18 different schools. Participants came from all over Idaho including Blackfoot, Boise, Caldwell, Garden Valley, Homedale, Kuna, Meridian, Nampa, Riggins, Sandpoint, and Wilder. The IEEE Boise Section and IEEE-USA were a Platinum… Read more
Duane Mathes, Senior VP of Game Development at BlackBox VR, will give a talk on VR. He will cover current and future applications, technology, history, trends, and how you can get involved in VR development projects and interest groups. Speaker: Duane Mathes When: Saturday, Oct 14, 11am Location: Room: 106 Bldg: Micron Engineering Building (MEC)… Read more
The Boise Section BBQ / Picnic is free to attend for all IEEE Members and their families. The event will be arranged and catered by IEEE Boise State University student branch. Date/Time: Friday, Sept 15, 2017, 6pm to 8:30pm Location: Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park, 500 S Walnut St, Boise. Shelter 1. Click here for Map Event contact: IEEE Student Branch: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Memory of Cars” Date: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 Time: 5:30PM social, 6:30PM dinner Location: Angell’s, 999 Main Street Boise Come join us for our 2017 Engineers Week banquet. Our guest speaker is Tom Coughlin. He will be giving his popular talk, “The Memory of Cars”, which looks at the evolution of memory and storage technologies required for the… Read more
You are invited to join the IEEE Boise Computer Society for our annual banquet on November 10th. Our guest speaker is Dr. Gaby Dagher, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Boise State University. Dr. Dagher will explain how the Bitcoin protocol works and discuss the potential impact of blockchain technology on society. To learn more about… Read more
It’s time for a practical, pragmatic, real-world take on software development and programming. The GROWS™ Method goes beyond one-size-fits-all rules, mis-applied “agile” and rigid adherence to previous “best practices” that may no longer apply. GROWS embraces a growth skills model, an empirical approach to process adoption and technical solutions, organizational inclusiveness, and features Tracer-Bullet Development… Read more
Please mark your calendar for an upcoming talk on Monday, June 13, 2016 at 12:00 PM at the Idaho Power Bldg. Mr. John Bernardo from Idaho Power will be giving a presentation on “Sustainability and Operational Efficiencies”. This talk will serve as a technical meeting for Boise IEEE PES chapter. See https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/40180 for more details.
The screen recording of Perry’s talk is available here: https://youtu.be/y5Purzd59U8. His slides are available here: Computer Architecture Flops and Failures – Lessons Learned