Congratulations to our 2020 Ozark Section Paper Competition Winners! 1st Place: David Desrochers – Design and Verification of Search Coil Inductance for Metal Detection (University of Arkansas) 2nd Place: Audra Beneux – Keeping a Low Profile: An Introduction to Microstrip Lines (University of Arkansas) 3rd Place: Kaleb Kassaw – Addressing the United States Digital Divide:… Read more
Come and celebrate IEEE’s amazing 2019! The Ozark Section invites you to our end of year party at Mermaid’s in Fayetteville! At this informal drop-in affair we will be celebrating the great work our members, volunteers and student leaders have done this year promoting science and technology in NWA! It was a truly was a… Read more
The Region 5 competitions for 2020 have been released! The Region 5 conference is fun 2-day event attended by the Ozark Section leadership and undergraduate students from our Branches and Affinity groups in Northwest Arkansas, and is a chance to meet other students and IEEE leaders from across the Southwest (Region 5). Next year’s competition… Read more
We’re kicking off the fall with our 3rd annual Electric Car Show that is to be held on September 13, 2019 at the Brew Family Hub just off the square in Fayetteville. This is part of the Startup Crawl, an annual event that highlights startups in NWA as well as science and technology. This event will feature a… Read more
It’s that time of year! As fall arrives, our local robotics and electronics clubs are going into full swing. On Wednesday, Aug 27th, the Elkins Robotics and Electronics Club will host prospective members at the Elkins Public Library from 5p – 7p. This drop in event is your chance to find out about the Elkins… Read more
We certainly enjoyed having the JBU robotics team join us this year! The section helps with travel costs for students at our universities to attend, and we had a great showing for this years conference from JBU and UA-Fayetteville.
We’re doing it again, back by popular demand. Co-hosted by IEEE Ozark Section and the Elkins Robotics/Electronics Club, this event is designed for elementary and middle school age children. Make circuit art or learn how to light up some play dough. Fun for kids and parents alike!
We had such a great time with this group! Two vans, two schools and one long drive from NWA to Lafayette. Thanks IEEE Lafayette Section for hosting an awesome conference! Next years challenge: THREE van loads for OKC! Congrats Kaleb and Kayla on finishing 1st place in the Region 5 ethics competition, and to Ian Spatz on your… Read more
Ozark IEEE Section is hosting a facility tour of Electronic Manufacturing Solutions, Inc. (EMS, Inc.) this Thursday! EMS, Inc. is a full-service contract manufacture that offers circuit board assembly, cable and harness, full turn-key box build, and design consulting. They have a 25,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility located in the Lincoln, Arkansas. Click through the link… Read more
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!