IEEE Orange County Section

Helping members in Orange County

IEEE
July 29th, 2015

Hello IEEE Orange County Section members and OC families,

Bring your family to our annual BBQ and participate in STEM Educational activities while meeting new people! Whether you’re a couple, family or a single adult, we have something for you! Here is a list of STEM activities available at the event:

 

  • Irvine Valley College – Advanced Technology Education Park Open House
    • 3-D Printing Lab
    • CNC Lab
    • Photonics Lab: 3-color laser projector, laser light mixing, night-vision camera system, open-cavity laser system, liquid crystal display polarization demonstration
  • Mathobotix Buildologie and Codologie Student Project Demos and Hands-on Maker activities
    • BristleBot: Can you make a toothbrush into a robot! (First Come First Served – 3 grade to 8th grade. Register at the Check-in booth. Max # 36 student participants. One parent/adult allowed to work with the student participant. Starts at 10.30AM)
    • SumoBot – Available to everyone (Hourly Event)
  • Optobotics – Sparky the Robot – the big robot you can interact with!
  • CSUF Line follower robot: Live demonstration with a determined track.
  • FIRST Lego League (FLL) Trash Trek 2015-16 Game Review and Scrimmage.
  • COSMOS Satellite Tracking System. Tracking Live Spacecraft.
  • STEM Education and Careers for High School – Presentation by Blizzard Entertainment

Note: Vegetarian Food Option Available!

 

More details and signup at www.eventbrite.com


January 13th, 2015

Dear fellow members of the IEEE Orange County Section:

 

As you know, IEEE is the world’s largest technical society, bringing Members access to the industry’s

most essential technical Information, networking opportunities, career development tools, and many other

benefits.

 

Thus, your involvement with the activities of this Section and chapters can add strength to your resume’

and make you more competitive within you own organizations. You can gain leadership experience being

active as a chair, vice-chair, treasurer, or secretary, as well as gain knowledge by attending technical

meetings on state-of-the art topics, regularly held by the Section Chapters.

 

The focus of this Section is the education of the members, and new technical programs will be publicized

in 2015. Our scope is to provide, and partially subsidize, learning events to allow our interested members

to stay current with the fast-changing world of technology.

 

This is your Section and your website, and we do need and value your inputs and thoughts. Network with

others in the local IEEE member community, participate to the Section’s events, and take ownership of

what IEEE has to offer.

 

Best regards.

Massimo Mitolo, PhD, Peng

Chair of the OC Section