|November 19, 2017||Posted by Alberto Tam Yong under||
IEEE Foothill Section Computer Society Chapter Meeting
Wednesday Dec 13, 2017
DeVry Room 226 (40 seats available, RSVP required)
901 Corporate Center Dr., Pomona, CA 91768
Free parking available around the building, located near the intersection of the I-10 & 57 Freeways; see link for directions.
7:00 P.M. – 7:20 P.M. Networking – Pizza & soda provided
7:20 P.M. – 7:30 P.M. Announcements/Intros – Bill Grist, Computer Society Chair
7:30 P.M. – 8:45 P.M. Presentation/Lecture
8:45 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. Questions & Answers
Topic: AGILE Project Management Basics
Speaker: David Gonzalez,
IEEE Computer Society Foothill Chapter
AGILE started as a way for Software Developers to better manage their projects, and Agile has become a popular way to get the job done. This presentation takes the fear out of using Agile and its various tools to address the common problem most projects have – finishing late, over budget, and at times not delivering what the customer asked for. Project Management is a very important topic to all technology developers and this presentation will help you build skills in this aspect of your career.
About the Speaker
Mr. González is an Electrical Engineer that has worked as an engineer for over 20-years and presently works for the US Navy and Department of Defense (DoD). He was born in Ibague, Colombia and is fluent in Spanish and English, but has lived in southern California most of his life. He attended of University of California, Pomona (aka, “Cal Poly Pomona”) graduating with a Bachelor’s degree of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE). He also attended the University of Redlands, Whitehead College of Business graduating with a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA). Additionally he has finished all coursework at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Graduate School of Business and Public Policy (GSBPP) – Masters of Program Management Program (MSPM).
Mr. Gonzalez has aerospace industry experience – working for Rockwell Autonetics and Boeing Company as a Member of Technical Staff (MTS). During his tenure there he worked on various Air Force ICBM projects(Peacekeeper 7 Minuteman III) , Navy Submarine Programs (SSBN), and has consulted for the Spanish Armada. Mr. González presently works for Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), in Corona, Calfornia as a Systems Engineer for the Government-Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP). He is a Certified Microsoft Professional (MCP) and helps maintain computer servers and assists in providing GIDEP Parts Information in eXtensible Markup Language (XML) format and web design.
Past experience includes time as project manager for: NAVAIR F/A-18 Calibration Liaison Laboratory in Getafa, Spain, Calibration Logistics Element Manager (CLEM) for NAVAIR (PMA-260), Navy R&D XML Developer, and Chemical-Biological Armed Joint Services Technical metrology project manager.
He has received awards and letters of appreciation from NAVAIR, The Spanish Air Force, and Community Outreach Programs has been involved with in the past. Mr. González has also been quite an active member of the IEEE Foothill section, IEEE Region 6. His present position is of the vice-chair of the IEEE Foothill Section’s Computer Society. He has attended international conferences and congresses for IEEE and Project Management Institute (PMI). He has a passion for business, technology, computer programming, project management, as well as appreciation for other cultures, and international business and travel. Mr. González goal is to help make life easier in the technical area by simplifying life, and one of the ways to do this is through the use of AGILE development.
All Students & the Public Are Welcome to Attend
Event Sponsored by
DeVry University – www.devry.edu
IEEE Foothill Section – www.ieee-foothill.org
Please RSVP at
RSVP no later than Noon on Dec 13, 2017
|November 3, 2017||Posted by Alberto Tam Yong under||
We are pleased to announce that the submission system for both, papers and posters for the 2018 IEEE Texas Power and Energy Conference (IEEE TPEC 2018) is now open! The submission deadline for the full six-page manuscript is November 10, 2017, and deadline for the poster abstract submission is December 1, 2017.
IEEE TPEC 2018 is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Power and Energy Society, the IEEE Power Electronics Society, and the IEEE Industry Applications Society. Papers accepted and presented at the conference will be published in IEEEXplore.
IEEE TPEC 2018 invites authors to submit high-quality technical research papers and posters from all areas of electric power and energy engineering: power systems, power electronics, and electric machines. Topics can include, but are not limited to:
Power System Operation & Electricity Market
Call for Papers download: http://tpec.engr.tamu.edu/wp-
We hope to see you in College Station in February 2018.
|November 3, 2017||Posted by Alberto Tam Yong under||
IEEE Smart Tech Workshop | San Diego, CA, USA
Confirmed panel sessions include:
- 5G Next Generation Networks
- SusTech and AgTech Engineering
- Big Data Science Engineering
- Vehicular Engineering
- BioMed Engineering Genomics
- Intellectual Property Innovation
- Employment and Career Services for Engineer
- More panels to be added!
IEEE Smart Tech Metro Area Workshops provide participants with a unique learning experience with topics on the cutting-edge of technical innovation today. Each workshop is a springboard to a deeper understanding of technology and its myriad applications and potential for innovation.
CEUs will be available for each workshop track.
The workshop begins at 7:30 a.m. with a continental breakfast and registration, moves through an opening session and two panel sessions, to lunch at 12:30pm. Two more panel sessions, separated by a break, culminate at 5:00 p.m. Afterward, join us for a closing reception with dinner.
Dress code for the workshop is business casual.
Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.