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Monday, June 15th, 2015

Please note that this website will be down for maintenance on July 29, 2015. The site might be down for up to 8 hours while the site, run by HQ, undergoes a major upgrade.

Memphis Technology Users Group

Saturday, May 16th, 2015

Walter Heger of the Memphis Technology User Groups asked us to announce their next meeting, which might be of interest to our members:

Data Science/Machine Learning
Tuesday June 2, 2015
Coworks Memphis (902 South Cooper Street)

For more info, or to RSVP click here

Description:

Interested in Data Science, Big Data, AI, Machine Learning, and algorithms? This is the meetup for you! We’re a group of professionals, hobbyists, and tinkerers toying with these topics.

Also if you would like to be a guest speaker, especially in the fields of SAS, computational neuroscience and DNA folding, please contact Walter at heger_walter@yahoo.com.

IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society

Friday, January 16th, 2015

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In 2015 January, the new IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS) was formed to bring the importance of the management perspective on technology and engineering to IEEE members. The new TEMS will connect you with an active community that will give you access to expertise, knowledge, and education in a field that touches us all, as well as access to the Engineering Management Review publication, which compiles the best articles from sources such as the Harvard Business News.

Join TEMS today!

Robotics Program Needs Volunteers

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

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FIRST is a K-12 robotics program founded by Dean Kamen (of Segway fame) that is designed to get kids interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM for short). In Memphis, there are a number of First Lego League Teams (30+), 14 First Robotics Competition teams and a few First Tech Challenge teams. All need mentors to help design, build and program robots. There is also a FLL Championship at the University of Memphis and a number of FRC Events to help the students with their robots all of which need volunteers.

IEEE Memphis is a proud sponsor of the West TN FLL Championship held at the University of Memphis and we strongly encourage our members to get involved in this wonderful program that encourages students to learn about engineering!

To find out more (including how to help out) please visit: http://memphisfirstteams.org/.