The Ozark Section hosted students from John Brown University for a tour of the Arkansas Research and Technology Park, including Ozark IC, Inc., the National Center for Reliable Power Transmission and the High Density Electronics Center. Thanks to Matt Francis and Chris Farnell for taking time to talk to this great group of students!
We are thrilled to have Sayan serving as Ozark Section Treasurer for 2019! Sayan Seal is currently employed at Wolfspeed, Fayetteville, AR as an Electronics Design Engineer where he is involved with developing next generation SiC power modules. Sayan received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arkansas in 2017, where he worked… Read more
Dear Members, It’s time to announce some big changes for the Ozark Section as we end February and head into March. It’s been an honor and pleasure to serve as your section chair these last three years. I’m excited to announce that I have been presented with the opportunity to serve Region 5 as the… Read more
Congratulations to our 2019 Paper Competition Winners! Ian Spatz and Noah Nelson placed in the area competition, with Noah placing 2nd overall and Ian placing 3rd! Ian and Noah will now go on to the Region competition in Lafayette, April 5th
Attention all student branches and excom members! Time to book your travel to the Region 5 conference! The 2019 IEEE Region 5 Meeting and Student Conference will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Lafayette, LA April 5-7, 2019. The online registration is now open for the 2019 IEEE Region 5 Meeting and Student… Read more