Presentations

Plenary

Stemming the Tide Revisited: Push-Pull Factors that Shape Engineers’ Engagement
Nadya A. Fouad and Romila Singh, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Technology Policy

Peer-Reviewed Section Chapter Conferences and Opportunities for IEEE-USA Collaboration
Charles Rubenstein, Chair, IEEE-USA Conferences Committee
The WISE Program – Engineering the Next Generation of Policymakers
Kristie Chin, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Texas at Austin

Membership Development

COMPETE! IEEE-USA: CTS Student Branch Funding Competition
Kenny Rice, Central Texas Section Chair

Kevin Hanft, IEEE Meetings, Conferences, and Events staff

Eventful Meetings and Opportunities for Section Enrichments
Upkar Dhaliwal, Chair – IEEE San Diego Section
Membership Development – Choosing the Best Tools for You or Your Section
Jim Blaha, EMC Chapter Chair, PACE Chair
IEEE-USA: An IEEEXtreme Example of Volunteerism and Local Engagement
Jeremy Blum, IEEEXtreme Judges and Industry Lead Resources: 

Rightful Owners – Intellectual Property and Innovation Workshop

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Who Owns What and How Do You Protect It?
Adam Brookman, Boyle Fredrickson
Seven (small) Steps to Protecting: Big Trade Secrets and Confidential Information
Michael J. Gratz and John P. Fredrickson, Boyle FredricksonResources:

An Overview of the New Post Grant Review Proceedings at the USPTO
Michael Griggs, Boyle Fredrickson
Engineers to Entrepreneurs
Eric L. Schlevensky, Boyle Fredrickson

 IEEE Global Vision

IEEE Internet Initiative (3I) Update
Oleg Logvinov, 3I Ad Hoc Chair
Update: IEEE in 2030 – Optimizing for Full Impact
Barry L. Shoop, 2016 IEEE President
IEEE Explores Global Public Policy
Chris Brantley, Managing Director, IEEE-USA

 Young Professionals

Disrupting the Future of Technology
IEEE Young Professionals Panel Discussion