UCR ECE Day 2017 @ Bourns College of Engineering
Apr 11 @ 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

The UC Riverside IEEE Student Branch is hosting this event in collaboration with UCR’s ECE Department. You can attend the event for free by RSVP-ing. If you are a professional and would like to support this event, you can contact to discuss partnerships between your company and this event. Some available opportunities include hosting a technical talk, a workshop, or simply offering community support by attending the event.

Join us for UCR’s 1st ECE Day – “Designing the Future”.

Our day long event will focus trending technologies that are beginning to enter our daily lives in innovative and progressive ways, such as Internet of Things, Big Data, and Virtual Reality. Light lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Keep an eye out for more info (companies, project submission details, workshops) to come!

Futures in Engineering Conference at CSUSB @ California State University, San Bernardino
Apr 29 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Letter Invitation from Cal State University San Bernardino student:

Hello IEEE Foothill Section,


My name is Carlos Zepeda, I am the Secretary of the Computer Science and Engineering Club at

California State University San Bernardino. We are a student branch affiliated with IEEE and

ACM. Our student organization is hosting a one day event: The Futures in Engineering

Conference at CSUSB on April 29th, 2017 at the San Bernardino Campus where we will have

guest speakers, company demos, and student project presentations. Our theme for this event

focuses on current and future trends in technology and related fields. We would like to invite

your organization to send some representatives and contribute to the opportunities this

conference will provide. We can give you the whole stage for a presentation, demo your

organization at a booth, or even just attend the event as our guest to see all the great work the

students of Cal State San Bernardino are doing. We have many graduating seniors this year with

various fields of study including: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Cyber Security,

Physics, and Mathematics. We believe this is a networking opportunity that both our students

and your organization can benefit from.


We would greatly appreciate it if you can participate at our event, please feel free to contact

me with any questions.


Thank you


Carlos Zepeda


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