IEEE FOOTHILL AND ADJACENT IEEE SECTION EVENT CALENDARS—-AUGUST 28, 2015

Events for IEEE Foothill Section Members: PLEASE REVIEW AND PLAN YOUR MEETING ATTENDANCE CALENDARS INFORMATION FORMAT——–Group_Name–Event–Date–Time–Location–Contact The RTC Group RTECC Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference 08/27/15 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM Richard Nixon Library & Museum, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda, CA 92886 http://rtecc.com/rtecc-orange-county-ca/ IEEE Buenaventura Section: IEEE Robotics & Automation / Industry Applications […]



IEEE-PES Chapter Planning Meeting

IEEE PES Chapter Planning meeting was held at IHOP Upland on 4th August, 2015. The events for the calendar year 2015-2016 were discussed and a tentative schedule was charted out.  The suggested topics are a mix of technical talks on Power system interconnection, coordination and stability issues, as well as environmental issues presented by geomagnetic […]

MTT Meeting: Packaging for Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits Held on July 15

Our IEEE Foothill Section MTT Chapter Chair Max Cherubin attended this meeting on WEDNESDAY EVENING July 15. Here is his report: The event was very interesting. The speaker talked about semi-conductor high frequency technology and antenna semi-conductor technology. Frequency range is around 100-200 GHz. This research was done in Germany, under a research grant by […]

June 2015 IEEE Foothill News for Members, plus IEEE Student Contests

To ALL IEEE Foothill Section members, there are three Immediate News Items this month. A Virtual Job Fair for Job Seekers and Hiring Managers; an IEEE Consumer Electronics Mobile Power Design Contest for Students; and an IEEE / IBM Watson Cognitive APP Design Contest for Students. Please Read On. (A) Region 6 IEEE Virtual Job […]

Successful IEEE Southern Area meeting held at University California Riverside on May 2,2015

Saturday, May 2, 2015 was the occasion for the IEEE Region 6 Southern Area meeting. This year it was held at University of California Riverside. The UC Riveride students, led by their IEEE Student Branch President Russell Perry, took care of all the logistics, and the preparations for the student technical paper competition and the […]

Report: IEEE PES Talk at CalPoly Pomona on the topic “An Overview of GIS Substation Engineering”

IEEE Foothill Society PES chapter and IEEE PES student chapter, Cal Poly Pomona  sponsored a talk on the topic, an overview of GIS substation Engineering, by Mr. Tom Antonucci for the benefit of IEEE, particularly the student members, with an interest to Power Systems. This talk was one of the series of talks on Power […]

WEBEX PRESENTATION ON US PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS SET FOR MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015

Hello to ALL in the IEEE Foothill . especially our Consultants, Entrepreneurs, Technologists, and those interested in Patents: Here is an opportunity to listen in via Webex (webcast) to a presentation from Silicon Valley, promoted by the IEEE Consultants Network of Silicon Valley. Live Webcast: The USPTO and Silicon Valley: Opportunities for Engineers and Inventors […]

An overview on GIS (Gas Insulated Substation) Engineering

Invite-for-IEEE-PES-Talk-on-May-21st-2015 IEEE Foothill Society PES chapter and IEEE PES student chapter, Cal Poly Pomona are pleased to sponsor a talk on the topic, an overview of GIS substation Engineering, by Mr. Tom Antonucci for the benefit of IEEE, particularly the student members, with an interest to Power Systems. This talk will be the next in […]

NEXT TUESDAY APRIL 14, 2015 set for IEEE FOOTHILL MEETING

Meeting Date/Time: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 / 6:30 pm Location: International House of Pancakes, Group Meeting Room, 80 N. Euclid Ave., Upland, CA. Dinner (Free for Business Meeting Participants) starts at 6:30 and the business meeting starts at 7:00. IHOP phone number is 909-981-6944.   All IEEE Foothill Section members are encouraged to attend and […]

Announcing UC Riverside MICROMOUSE COMPETITION

The IEEE UC Riverside Student Branch will be hosting the UC Riverside Micromouse Robotics Competition April 5th, Sunday, from 9am to 12pm. The Micromouse competition is a national college level robotics competition for students to build, design, and program a robot from scratch, and then have it autonomously solve a maze in the fastest time […]

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