IEEE Dallas Section, IEEE Dallas Young Professionals, DFW Excellerator and Dallas Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC)…
Invite you to a special joint event featuring a talk by Paul Wesling, IEEE SF Bay Area Council Communications Director, titled: “The Origins of Silicon Valley: Why and How it Happened”
We share the same desire – to be part of fostering technological innovation and excellence growth in our community; and would love to have you join us for an evening with food, networking opportunities and a talk that is intended to invigorate synergistic discussions on how we can all help make a difference in our local technology community. See you there!
On October 22nd, 2014 at DFW Excellerator – Main Meeting Hall
NOTE: Registration required for this event for catering purposes.
Early bird registration closes on October 20th, 2014. Prices increases by $5 after this date.
Cost of Registration (Includes Food and Drinks):
- IEEE Young Professionals & Students $10. Early Bird $5
- IEEE members $15, Early Bird $10
- MTBC (Metroplex Technology Business Council) members $17.50, Early Bird $12.50
- Non members $20, Early Bird $15
- Registration for “Pay (CASH) at event” available only after October 17th 2014 at regular (non early bird) price
Welcome to IEEE Dallas
The Dallas Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional organization of electrical, electronic, and computer engineers in the greater Dallas area. It organizes technical, educational, and scientific meetings providing professional benefits to its members while contributing towards progress in the field. Approximately 4000 IEEE local members are served by the Section and its more than 20 IEEE professional Society chapters.
Monthly Section and Chapter Meetings are designed for general technical and professional interests. The section newsletter runs weekly and publishes upcoming events and special activities, and the monthly event calendar is updated each week on this website.
Interested IEEE members are invited to become active in the Dallas Section and its Society Chapters. All interested members are welcome to attend any of the Section and Chapter meetings or local seminars.