VIRTUAL: Understanding Quantum Computing Through Negative Probabilities – 17 February @ 6:30PM

Dr. Kerem Camsari PhD UCSB ECE Presents “Understanding Quantum Computing Through Negative Probabilities” Dr. Kerem Camsari’s timely talk, Understanding Quantum Computing Through Negative Probabilities, is sure to answer a lot of our questions. When you Register for the IEEE Event please include ­­your email address so you can be contacted if you win the “Door Prize”. Only those… Read more

VIRTUAL: Microscale Thermal-Fluids Engineering for Next Generation Energy and Electronics Systems – 21 October 2020 @ 6:30PM

IEEE Central Coast Zoom Event – 21 October 2020 @ 6:30PM Professor Yangying Zhu Ph.D. – UCSB MC Presents: “Microscale Thermal-Fluids Engineering for Next Generation Energy and Electronics Systems” 1. Please REGISTER for EVENT NOW via following link. 2. Use link to access Zoom on October 21 @ 6:15PM – 6:30PM. Professor Zhu’s timely talk… Read more

Virtual Event-Recursive Synthesis of Digital Circuits – 15 July 2020

IEEE Central Coast FREE VIRTUAL Event Professor Behrooz Parhami Ph.D. – UCSB ECE Presents:  Recursive Synthesis of Digital Circuits: Advantages and Examples Hello Central Coast, We are still relegated to the virtual world because of the reversal in “opening”. However, we are exploring possible outdoor venues for in-person events for August and September and beyond…. Read more

VIRTUAL Event – 17 June 2020 @ 6PM

IEEE Central Coast FREE VIRTUAL Event – 17 June 2020 @ 6PM Dr. Di Liang Ph.D. – Hewlett Packard Presents: Photonics in High Performance Computing   Hello Central Coast, We had hoped to hold our June 17th Event at Rusty’s, our usual venue; but, the meeting room has not yet reopened. Di Liang PhD has offered… Read more

IEEE MATLAB Event – 18 March 2020 @ 5:30 PM

The IEEE Central Coast and Dr. Aycan Hacioglu of Mathworks Presents: Data Analysis and Visualization with MATLAB for Beginners Location – UCSB – Engineering Science Bldg 1001 MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numerical computation. Using MATLAB, you can solve technical computing problems faster than with traditional programming languages,… Read more