The Computer, Information Theory, and Robotics Society


Current News: 10 June 2019


IEEE Region 5 Denver 

IEEE Computer, Information Theory, and Robotics (CIR)




2019 Hot Topic(s)


  • The Denver Computer, Information Theory, and Robotics Society Officer Meeting.

The CIR will meet every first Sunday of each month at 11 am within the Denver Ritchie Engineering building starting in room 257 (target meeting duration 1 hour). Topics will include; leadership goals responsibilities, short and long-term planning, upcoming events, and officer development.

If you desire to improve engineering education, professionalism, and skill please join us. The IEEE has many societies and sub chapters that focus on many engineering and technology topics ranging from the computer administration to robotics engineering – and even into the research and development of artificial intelligence, quantum computation, and beyond.

If you would like to join those who study, teach, and lead toward our future – please join us.



We are now the  ” Computer, Information Theory, and Robotics Society ”  officially or CIR for short.


1.  “ Denver Computer and Information Theory Society to merger with the Denver Robotics Society – has been approved and completed by the IEEE USA level, IEEE societies, down to our local chapters.”


We are now the  ” Computer, Information Theory, and Robotics Society ”  officially or CIR for short.



2.  The Denver IEEE CIR Society is looking for motivated members, volunteer officers, and students:


All prospect officers must be local members to the IEEE R5 Denver Section – and members of the Denver Computer Society, Information Theory Society, or Robotics and Automation Society.


        • Treasurer (needed urgently)
        • Educational officers (needed)
        • Student Chairs – (must be an IEEE student member)
          • Graduate Students – (may hold officer chapter /society positions)


3.  Members are making us great!.


Our section and chapter believes that every member is the foundation of the IEEE. We help fellow members make outstanding business, professional, job, and future employee contacts and friends.  We currently have about 600 local members – and 10 to 20 people are coming to our events. Please make it a point to come to a few events this year.

We usually meet at 6 PM on each second Thursday. event schedule is usually greetings and personal networking at 6PM. Many times we have pizza or other provided snacks. At 6:30PM we introduce our society and pass any news. At 6:35 we then introduce our guest speaker. The speaker presents for about 30 to 60 minutes then follows up with questions and answers and/or talks casually to the audience for about 5 to 15 minutes. An average technical meeting lasts for about 2 hours or less (6 PM to 8:00 PM).





4.  Presentations / Presenters


If you would like to present your ideas, research, leadership, engineering solutions or just improve your speaking abilities a little, we will support you. We are not Nobel Prize winners; we are simply local engineers attempting to be a little better. We will help you if needed and ensure you have a position and supportive venue to show your topic.

Criteria for presenters, is a topic that falls under almost any computer, information theory, and robotics technology, engineering, physics, management, instruction, and practical solution subject. We ask that the presentation be at least college level, and is based on science and the scientific method, and be from 30 to 45 minutes and questions. However, speculative and research topics based in science and technology may be allowed.

If you have an idea that you, a colleague, teacher, engineer, manager, student, or another great speaker would like to present on please contact us. Speaking dates are filling up fast. If you or a student needs a presenting date for a thesis, dissertation, or other professional development criteria – we will make effort to create nonstandard (extra) presentation opportunities to help you complete your schools speaking criteria.

This is a career advancing bullet on a resume and CV and we will help you to succeed – and even teach how to do presentations. All presentations are set-ups for success, we want you to succeed and excel. We want to build winners. We respect and support all of our great presenters.

We are leaders and students of the sciences. We are local engineers that are attempting to help our peers and ourselves a little better!




If you are interested in helping our society’s direction, leadership, and/or activities please contact the following:



Thank you,


James Gowans, Chair (CIR) –

Amit Gupta, Vice Chair (Computer Society) –