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Thursday
May 4
IEEE Conference on IoT / Smart Living
John Lewis Conference Center (Warren, MI)

IEEE Southeast Michigan presents a conference on Internet of Things and Smart Living.

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Wednesday
Apr 5
Code of Ethics for Professional Engineers & Surveyors
NECA Hall

Ohio HB 236 (signed into law in January 2017) requires professional engineers and surveyors complete at least 2 PDH in professional ethics or rules relevant to engineering or surveying practices.

IEEE Toledo is hosting a presentation on “Code of Ethics for Professional Engineers & Surveyors”. Our guest speaker is John Greenhalge, Executive Director of the Ohio Professional Engineers & Surveyors Board.

Two Professional Development Hours offered!

This event is open to members and non-members. Dinner options are chicken tarragon and vegetarian lasagna. Costs are $50 for both dinner and presentation, and $30 for presentation only.

Schedule: 5:00 - 5:30PM Gathering & Social Time 5:30 - 6:30PM Dinner 6:30 - 8:30PM Technical Presentation

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Wednesday
Feb 29, 2012
Cloud Computing - A Paradigm IT Changer (IEEE)
Electrical Industries Building (TECA Office)

IEEE Toledo Section, Computer Society Chapter & EECS Department Present: Mazin Yousif, PhD.

Cloud Computing - A Paradigm IT Changer

Cloud Computing is an emerging computing paradigm envisioned to change all IT landscape facets including technology, business and services. It is a consumer/delivery model that offers IT capabilities as services billed based on usage. Many such cloud services can be envisioned, but the main ones are IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as- a-Service), and SaaS (Software-as-a-Service). The underlying cloud architecture includes a pool of virtualized compute, storage and networking resources that can be aggregated and launched as platforms to run workloads and satisfy their Service-Level Agreement (SLA). Cloud architectures also include provisions to best guarantee service delivery for clients and at the same time optimize efficiency of resources of providers. Examples of provisions include, but not limited to, elasticity through scaling resources up/down to track workload behavior, extensive monitoring, failure mitigation, and energy optimizations. The two main technologies enabling clouds are: (i) Virtualization, the foundation of clouds; and (ii) manageability (autonomics), the command & control of clouds. This talk is intended to provide an overview of cloud computing, its enabling technologies and current challenges. It will also look at clouds’ IT/business ramifications as well as required future

See http://ewh.ieee.org/r4/toledo/meetings/speaker-bio/myousif.pdf for more information.

The cost for this event (including dinner) is $20 for members and guests and $10 for students.

Dinner includes meat and cheese lasagna, chicken marsala, green beans with red pepper strips, yellow and orange carrots, tossed salad with ranch and french dressing, garlic bread, fudge brownies and assorted soft drinks.

See http://ewh.ieee.org/r4/toledo/meetings/reservations/feb_29_2012.html to register.

Dr Yousif also gave a daytime presentation on March 1, in the SSOE Seminal Room, Nitschke Hall 1027, University of Toledo College of Engineering. See http://www.eng.utoledo.edu/eecs/news_links/pdfs/Yousif.pdf

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Wednesday
Sep 12, 2012
Tour of MidWest MicroDevices Facility
Midwest MicroDevices

IEEE Toledo members visited the MidWest MicroDevices facility on September 2012.

MidWest MicroDevices is a dedicated wafer foundry for Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), micro-sensors and specialized thin film devices. They provide MEMS and non-MEMS thin film fabrication processing for emerging to medium volume applications. Their facility includes Class 10, Class 100, and Class 1,000 production areas for precise standards of cleanliness and quality along with a full set of micro-fabrication tools.

MidWest MicroDevices equipment set and facility are designed to meet the needs of the modern MEMS customer, providing processing flexibility and capability. MidWest MicroDevices support their customer’s needs from concept and design, to initial prototype and volume production. Their clientele includes Fortune 100 companies in Biomedical, Aerospace, Defense, Transportation and Instrumentation industries.

Wednesday
Oct 10, 2012
UTMC Simulation Center Tour
Collier Building - UT

IEEE Toledo Section has a tour and technical presentation scheduled at the University of Toledo Medical Center Simulation Center on Wednesday, October 10. A 20 minute tour of three labs is scheduled to begin at 5:30 PM with a presentation from 6:30-7:30. Reservation deadline: 5:00 PM on Friday, Oct. 5.

The new $36 million simulation center can teach numerous students how to prepare themselves for their future profession. The center is among the first health-science campuses in the nation to incorporate I-Space — a four-sided virtual immersive room with 3-D computer-aided design walls. This technology can create an unlimited number of virtual images allowing learners to travel through the heart of a human body or experience being inside a human blood cell.

The lab is located in the basement of Collier Building Room 0202. Presentation will be in Collier Building, Room 0335.

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Thursday
Nov 15, 2012
IEEE Toledo Institute Night
Holiday Inn Express Perrysburg

The IEEE Toledo Section will hold this year's Institute Night on Thursday, November 15, 2012, at The Holiday Inn Express in Perrysburg, Ohio starting at 6:00pm.

Dr. Jamali (Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Toledo), will give a presentation on bird monitoring systems for wind turbine applications.

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Thursday
Apr 11, 2013
Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School
University of Toledo: Nitschke Hall

The Toledo Section of IEEE presents a talk by Carl Selinger: "Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School" on Thursday, April 11th, 2013 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. The event will be hosted at the University of Toledo Engineering facilities in the newly renovated SSOE Seminar Room, Room 1027, in Nitschke Hall.

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Thursday
Nov 21, 2013
Reliability and the Smart Grid: Issues and Methods
Holiday Inn Express Perrysburg

The 2013 Institute Night of the Toledo Section of IEEE will be held on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at the Holiday Inn Express, in Perrysburg. Social hour and cash bar will start at 6:00pm, with dinner commencing around 6:45pm. The cost to IEEE members and guests is $15.00, for student members it is $5.00 payable at the event.

This year's speaker, Dr. Robert Green, will be presenting "Reliability and the Smart Grid: Issues and Methods".

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Thursday
Sep 25, 2014
Wind Energy
University of Toledo: Nitschke Hall

Please plan to attend a presentation on wind energy on Thursday, September 25 at 5:30 pm in the EECS Department Conference Room (Nitschke Room 2004) at the University of Toledo.

Our speaker will be Dr. Robert Green, Assistant Professor at Bowling Green State University. Dr. Green has served as Director of Wind and Solar Research at Wind Energy Corporation, and he was our Guest Speaker at the 2013 IEEE Institute Night where he spoke on Reliability and the Smart Grid.

Light refreshments will be served, and there is no charge for the program.

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Thursday
Feb 11, 2016
Big Fab Lab Tour with IEEE Toledo
BiG Fab Lab

Please join IEEE Toledo for a 30 minutes tour of the Big Fab Lab makerspace in Bowling Green on February 11 2016 at 5:30 pm.

The Big Fab Lab is an open-access full service makerspace serving Northwest Ohio. They currently host meetups for enthusiasts in wireless networking, Drones, Arduino and Embedded computers, among others.

Mark Bowlus will be our host. Mark has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, and specialization in Computer Science. He has worked in a number of engineering related positions with organizations such as: Honda, Westinghouse Robotics, and Materion.

There will be a free one hour presentation on Intellectual Property by the Buchanan and Nipper Legal Firm at 6:00 pm after the tour. There will also be an open house at 7:00pm till 9:00pm. You are invited to attend all of these events.

We will meet at 5:30pm at their location at the Woodland Mall in Bowling Green, at the East end of the complex (1234 N Main St, Suite D, Bowling Green, OH 43402). Please RSVP to Dominic Wilson dominic_wilson@owens.edu so that we can get a headcount.

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Monday
Apr 11, 2016
Personal Electronic Devices: A Forensics Discussion
University of Toledo: Nitschke Hall

Smartphones, tablets, iPods, and PDAs continue to merge in form, fit, and functionality and now include data acquisition, data aggregation, storage, and communications capabilities.

This presentation provides insights into the features and capabilities of such systems, their possible uses in unethical/unlawful activities, and a discussion of the concepts of forensic analyses and approaches useful in combating such uses.

IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Dr. George Proeller will present on this topic at the SSOE Seminar Room(Nitschke Hall 1027), on April 11 2016, 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Dr Proeller will have the opportunity to meet with students and other attendees after.

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Tuesday
Apr 12, 2016
Securing Intelligent Control Systems
Electrical Industries Building (TECA Office)

Cyberattacks on infrastructure control systems are getting more frequent and sophisticated since Stuxnet’s effect on Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2010.

More recent attacks such as Flame, Shamoon, Havex, Dragonfly and Black Energy are equally troubling. Many attacks have resulted in outages and physical damage of infrastructure.

In December 2015, a coordinated cyberattack on the Ukrainian power grid lead to an outage for 80,000 customers.

Extensive damage resulted from a cyberattack that prevented the proper shutdown of a blast furnace at a German steel mill.

IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Dr. George Proeller will present on "Securing Intelligent Control Systems". This lecture will be at the Electrical Industries Building (TECA Office), 727 Lime City Road, Rossford, on April 12 starting at 5:30 pm.

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Friday
Oct 7, 2016
IEEE Women in Engineering Leadership Summit
Baronette Renaissance Hotel (Detroit-Novi)

Join more than 200 women leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs from the Great Lakes region and other IEEE regions at the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Summit – Detroit (WIE ILS-Detroit) on October 6 and 7, 2016 in Novi, Michigan.

Attendees will have opportunities to:

  • enhance their leadership skills
  • learn new ideas
  • collaborate with technical professionals and industry thought leaders
  • earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs), which can be used for professional engineering licenses

This is a great opportunity to share your experience and expertise to help advance other women in their careers.

The inaugural Summit will focus on professional leadership topics, including managing technical teams, developing executive presence, finding strength, overcoming stereotypes and succeeding in a second career. The Summit will focus on inspiration, entrepreneurship, innovation and professional growth.

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Thursday
Nov 3, 2016
Grid Connected Solar Photovoltaic
Electrical Industries Building (TECA Office)

IEEE Toledo will be hosting a dinner and Grid Connected Solar Photovoltaic presentation on Thursday November 3. This event will be held at the Electrical Industries Building (TECA Office), 727 Lime City Road, Rossford. Dinner starts at 5:30 pm and the lecture starts at 7:00 pm. The cost for dinner is $25 for non-members, $20 for members, and $10 for students. You can attend the lecture only, which is free.

Small island states strive to continue economic growth, mitigate climate change and reduce their dependence on imported fossil fuels. They offer a geographical landscape which encourages distributed generation in order to provide power to end users that are located in remote areas. Often times, this distributed generation is accomplished through grid connected solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. Because they do not emit greenhouse gas, and they use the free light from the sun to generate electricity, solar PV systems provide renewable energy in a sustainable way. This presentation will discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with grid connected solar PV in island states. It will also propose potential waste management strategies of such solar PV systems from cradle to grave.

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Thursday
Nov 17, 2016
IEEE Toledo Institute Night
Holiday Inn French Quarter

Social hour will begin 6:30 PM. Dinner will be served at 7:00 PM.

COME JOIN US and learn more about the history of fraud in science and engineering, insights on how federal prosecution guidelines stack the deck against mid-level engineers, and tips that may help prevent fraudulent behavior.

Our speaker is Dr. Douglas Oliver. Dr. Oliver received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Washington State University in 1985. He graduated cum laude from the University of Toledo's law school (2003). In 2004, he was award a "Best Paper Award" from the ASCE’s Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice – Legal Issues Division.

Menu:
Herb Encrusted Tilapia

Chicken Marsala

Home Style Pot Roast of Beef

Vegetarian Pasta Primavera

Prices:

Students - $10

Members - $20

Non-Members - $30

New Members with Confirmed Application - $20

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