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IEEE Dallas CVT Chapter

Meetings & Other Key Information

CVT thanks Praveen Kundurthy, Sujata Tibrewala, and Ben Odom, Intel for their interesting April 20, 2021 webinar on “Intro to oneAPI and to Intel® DevCloud”. Click here for there presentation download.

Due to our Covid virus situation, CVT anticipates all upcoming meetings will be virtual. We don’t anticipate that this will be re-evaluated until September 2021.

For several months, many CVT members have been reporting they are not receiving CVT’s monthly emails. This usually results from recent enhancements to spam filters by major email services. The solution is to whitelist CVT’s emails. If you need help, please contact jimgunn@ieee.org.

CVT thanks Bill Muston, Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC. for his interesting March 16, 2021 webinar on “Energy Storage for Electric Vehicles (EV)”. Click here for his presentation download.

Thanks to our November 17, 2020 speakers, Ganesh Shenbagaraman, Radisys, and Andrei Radulescu, Qualcomm, for their excellent webinar presentation on “5G nFAPI Overview: Small Cells”. Click here for presentation download.

Thanks to John Demay, Sr. Director of Business Development at Barefoot Networks (an Intel Company) for his excellent October 20, 2020 presentation on “Packet Acceleration for networks, switching traffic at up to 4Tbps”. Click here for his presentation pdf.

Upcoming Meeting Dates

CVT meetings are planned on the third Tuesday of each month, excluding June – August summer months. Upcoming meeting dates are listed below.

May 18, 2021
No Summer Months Meetings
Sep 21, 2021
Oct 19, 2021
Nov 16, 2021
Dec 21, 2021

Who We Are

IEEE is the largest technical professional organization for engineers dedicated to advancing technology for all of us. As a global organization, IEEE fosters the connection between engineering professionals to use technology and academic excellence to change the world for the better. In alignment with the global IEEE organization, the IEEE chapter of Communications and Vehicular Technology (CVT) in the Dallas-Fort Worth area explores the engineering principles and technology foundations behind telecommunications, information technologies, and vehicular technologies.  The CVT mission is to encourage engineers and others to advance their professional and educational interests through exploring research and technology advancements via open-forum discussions around communication and vehicular topics in a learning environment.

CVT hosts a monthly technical luncheon once a month (Sept. to May) in order to bring together technologists, managers and entrepreneurs which have a desire to continue professional learning, training and investment for the future generation of engineers. Speakers are invited as thought leaders and experts in their field for a one-hour technical presentation on a topic that relates to CVT.  Topics have ranged from the deployment of 5G, smart battery technology for connected cars, sensor technology for an IoT network and the 911 priority etc. The chapter meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month from September to May.  The technical lunch is open to members and non-IEEE members.  For more information about our CVT chapter, please Click Here.