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AIAA of Utah has invited IEEE to the following talk:
Orest Gogosha, USAF Col (Retired) will be presenting his retrospective behind the development of the Peacekeeper Advanced Inertial Reference Sphere (AIRS) Program. The AIRS Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) was the most accurate UNAIDED IMU when it was developed and even into the modern day remains a highly accurate IMU when reliance upon a Global Positioning System is not an option. Please join us for this informative and entertaining presentation.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Start Time: 7:00 PM
(Refreshments will be available starting at 6:30 PM)
WHERE: Northrop Grumman’s KEMP Facility (Conference Room SL101) (Please see the NOTE Below)
4336 South 1650 West
Ogden, UT 84405
TO PARTICIPATE: Please respond via e-mail to Mark.Sultan@ngc.com. prior to noon on March 30th so that we can have sufficient refreshments available.
Room: (Conference Room SL101)
Bldg: Northrop Grumman’s KEMP Facility
4336 South 1650 West
Louis Scharf Talk
Coherence as an Organizing Principle in Statistical Signal Processing
Speaker(s): Louis Scharf,
11:00 AM Talk
Bldg: Clyde Building
Brigham Young University
This conference will be held in Snowbird, Utah, US on 07-Apr-2015 to 09-Apr-2015. > > For further information about this conference, please contact: > > James Fowler > Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering > Box 9571 > Mississippi State, US > -+1 662 325 3640 > firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Source Educational Robotics – Build and program a robot to navigate a maze.
YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVz7pQhpaGg
Marcus Catchpole is looking for a team to coach. He has been the IEEE Utah Section Counsellor for the Programming and Robotics Merit Badge in the past. At the conclusion of the competition, he is able to award robotics and programming merit badges to the team. At this time, the kits are available at no cost (limited supply). Sunday, 15 March 2015 is the deadline to enroll for the competition.
Saturday, 02 May 2015
Layton-Ogden (TBD), Utah
SusTech 2015 invites undergraduate students to submit abstracts for the Student Poster Contest.
Students are invited to send in ideas or designs for developing projects/products supporting the sustainability topics areas of the Conference. The selected posters will be displayed during the SusTech 2015 Student Poster Session, being held in the greater Salt Lake City area, in Ogden, Utah, USA.
The deadline to submit poster abstracts is midnight US Mountain Time, May 15, 2015.
Notification of acceptance will be June 1.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Poster authors must be undergraduate students at the time of submission and may be members of a team comprising of up to four students. At least one student author must be an IEEE student member at the time of the submission of the poster to the Contest. The poster should be fully the work of the student or students and completed before they have received the engineering or scientific degree.
HOW TO SUBMIT?
To participate in the contest students should write a 2-page description (abstract) of the poster and submit it using theapplication form below by the specified deadline. The abstracts will be reviewed and authors notified by June 1st if they will be presenting at SusTech. If you have any questions or problems submitting your abstract, contact Dan Donahoe, SusTech 2015 chair, email@example.com. Contestants will need to prepare a poster of no larger than 48 x 36 inches. AWord IEEE template for the poster abstract can be found here. A sample poster template can be downloaded here.
Cash prizes will be awarded for first, second and third places as determined by the judges. ASME Utah is generously providing the prizes: $250 first, $150 second and $100 third. The winning and other selected posters may be placed on public view after the conference at the Salt Lake City Library.
Weber State University Ogden, UT
Welcome to the 2015 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability – Engineering and the Environment (SusTech). SusTech 2015 is sponsored by the IEEE Oregon Section, IEEE Region 6, IEEE Utah Section and IEEE-USA. Technical co-sponsors are the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society (CES) and IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT).
- Agricultural Sustainability (e.g. control and production of fertilizers, soil, water conservation, irrigation, fisheries)
- Alternative Energy (e.g. solar, wind, tidal, fuel cells, energy harvesting, nuclear, thermal)
- Energy Efficiency (e.g. sensors and measurement, energy saving controls, auto electronics & fuel economy, data centers, power saving, Smart Environment)
- Transportation Electrification (e.g. electric vehicles, aviation, motors, drive controls, batteries, sensors, environmental & power distribution impacts)
- Smart Grid (e.g. communications, control, power electronics, industrial and home applications, energy storage, demand control and response)
- Sustainable Electronics (e.g. sustainable manufacturing,components, global materials supply, hardware life-cycle, nanotechnology & health/environment, reuse and repair of consumer electronics, materials harvesting from electronic waste, Open repair manuals and on-line repair and electronics sustainability resources, best practices
- Societal Implications / Quality of Life (e.g. EM spectrum allocation, global warming, autonomous vehicles, health & medical electronics, global education & human resources, risk management, remediation, purification, public policy)