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TechIndustrySummit Join us for an engaging dialogue around the challenges of the Industrial Internet of Things(IoT) at the 2016 IEEE Tech Industry Summit, an engaging two-day event which will bring together industry and research visionaries to understand and address complexities and challenges faced by each sector on a daily basis. As a member of IEEE Region 6, we are offering you a special registration rate of $25.00. Register now through May 5 using the discount code 25offSummit. At the IEEE Tech Industry Summit, IEEE will convene industry and research communities to foster new ideas and bring a whole system approach to the thinking around IoT.

This is followed by the International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE2016) will be on June 8-10 and will continue the dialogue of IoT and bring industry leaders together for a practical, open exchange on edge-leading technology and your role in driving it forward.
The Industrial Electronics Society Student & Young Professionals (S-YP) Forum offers activities and opportunities for engineering students and recently graduated engineers (young professionals) to present their R&D work in Industrial Electronics, and to build contacts with their peers. isie2016 This week-long program of events will include the
* IEEE Tech Industry Summit, 2-day pre-conference (June 6-7)
* 25th IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
* Industrial Electronics Society Student & Young Professionals (S-YP) Forum
* TEMS Workshop on Technology Management and Entrepreneurship Issues on IoT
* International Transportation Innovation Center Program
* IEEE P2413 Standards Committee on Industrial IoT
* IEEE IoT Community Workshop
* IEEE ComSoc workshop on IoT and communications



LEAD BEYOND - accelerating innovative women who change the world
Don't miss your chance to LEAD BEYOND and join over 1100 women in tech at the 2016 IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference
on 23-24 May 2016 at the San Jose Convention Center. Our inspiration-packed program has more than 50 speakers delivering sessions on leadership, entrepreneurship, innovation and emerging technology.
Designed specifically for mid- to senior-level women in technology, this event provides skills and networking to accelerate innovative women who change the world!
Find out more at http://ieee-wie-ilc.org.



WITISummit 3 Days. 60 Speakers. Infinite Opportunities. WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT
WITI's 2016 Annual Summit is shaping up to be the biggest and boldest ever - brimming with insights, tools, techniques, and opportunities to advance you and your company to ever-greater levels of productivity and success. This Year's Topics Include:
Leverage Your Personal Brand to Achieve Your Goals * Internet Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection * Speak Like a Leader Bootcamp * Making LinkedIn Work for YOU * Green Is Good. For the Planet. For Your Wallet. * Take Charge of Your Own Success: A View from Insiders * The Power of Gender Partnership in Advancing Women in Business * Maximizing Your Workforce with Corporate Mentorship * Creating and Managing Powerful Teams * Wearable Technology: Innovations and Opportunities * Breakthroughs in Leadership: Here's How I Got to the Top * WITI Coaching Track
June 5-7, at the DoubleTree in San Jose. See http://www.witi.com/summit



The Sensors Expo and Conference will be June 21-23, at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.
SensorsExpo The market for sensors and related technologies is expanding at a phenomenal rate. With the convergence of MEMS, Wireless , Wearables and IoT, the sales of sensors in the U.S. alone are expected to climb to nearly $15 billion in 2016. With this growth, the importance of education and access to the latest technologies is critical. For 30+ years, Sensors Expo & Conference has established itself as the nation's leading event focusing exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems. Join us at the industry's premier gathering to find the solutions for your present challenges while exploring sensing technologies that are driving tomorrow's solutions.
The Premier Event for Sensors and Sensing Technologies. See http://www.sensorsexpo.com/
Special IEEE Member offer: Use code IEEE50 for free Expo Pass or $50 off Conference Passes!



FEWA1 Use your Engineering Experience to Advance Your Career - Become an Expert Witness

Turn your years of experience as an engineer into a new or supplemental career as an expert witness. All are welcome to join new and current experts at the Forensic Expert Witness Association (FEWA) Annual Conference on May 20-21 at the San Francisco Bar Association Conference Center. The FEWA Annual Conference will feature interactive sessions and networking tailored for novice to seasoned experts. Professionals from all trades and industries are welcome and will benefit from the wealth of knowledge shared by fellow experts, attorneys, and the conference faculty. For those unfamiliar or recently considering starting a forensic consulting career, FEWA's Becoming a Forensic Consultant workshop on Friday, May 20 is the perfect 3-hour session for you. Join FEWA to learn valuable tools and steps to advance your expert witness career.

Visit www.fewaannualconference.org to learn more and use the special discount code IEEE for $50 off!



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If you're willing to make two or more school visits per school year (a few hours each), we will train you and provide the organization, equipment, and supplies. Contact us at ncccavs_education@avs.org or brynsvold@ieee.org!



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SCV-SF-OEB-TEMS - 5/5 | Agile Trends: Create a Self-Learning Organization - make the organization self-learning; use the right level of Agile techniques and win in the market place, systems thinking, shared vision, personal mastery, mental models, and team learning ... (AMD Commons Building, Sunnyvale, 6:00 pm)

SCV-CPMT-CAS - 5/10 | Package Requirements for High-Speed Systems - key electrical characteristics: signal loss, signal crosstalk, return loss, mode conversion, power integrity and other important factors affecting the bandwidth of high-speed systems ... (TI, Santa Clara, 11:30 am)

SCV-CNSV - 5/10 | USB Type-C: One Plug to Rule Them All? - not all USB Type-C sockets are created equal, asymmetric functionality on the multiple Type-C sockets, mechanical, electrical and protocol specifications used to control ... (NVIDIA, Santa Clara, 7:00 pm)

SCV-IMS-SPS - 5/10 |The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence at the SETI Institute - evolution of life in the universe, radio SETI, human-generated signals that trigger false positives in our SETI detectors, direction-of-arrival estimation, technological signals with arbitrary waveforms ... (Geometrics Meeting Room, San Jose, 6:00 pm)

SCV-CS - 5/10 |How 'Cognitive Computing' is Changing Data Science for the Better - how should industries harness AI to extract business insight from data?, machine learning can be democratized, augmenting human understanding and knowledge with early-stage AI ... (Cadence/Bldg, San Jose, 6:30 pm)

SCV-EDS - 5/10 |Designing with FinFETs - multigate transistor, microprocessor product at 22nm node, Fin formation, metrology, device parasitics, performance as well as design challenges for logic and SRAM circuits ... (TI, Santa Clara, 6:00 pm)

SCV-EMC - 5/10 | Understanding Maxwell's Equation - EMC Made Simple - what "Maxwell tell us", locate the problem area quickly and at low cost, a unique way of understanding field propagation, easily converted into five simple algebraic equations. ... (7Layers, Sunnyvale, 5:30 pm)

SCV-PV - 5/11 | Trends in the Solar PV Market - ... (PARC, Palo Alto, 6:30 pm)

SCV-ComSoc - 5/11 | 5G and Future Wireless Internet: Challenges and Emerging Technologies - data and signaling from mobile devices are expected to grow exponentially, networks are being transformed with software defined networking as well as network function virtualization and cloudification... (TI, Santa Clara, 6:30 pm)

SCV-SPS-EMBS - 5/12 | Neural Interfaces and How They Use Signal Processing - A neural interface is an engineered system that interacts with nerves to study, repair, or enhance the function of the nervous system, advanced neural interface applications and highlighting signal processing challenges at the heart of emerging therapeutic technologies ... (AMD Commons Building, Sunnyvale, 6:30 pm)

SCV-MTT-S - 5/12 | Compact and behavioral nonlinear transistor modeling from large-signal measurements: Modern approaches based on NVNA measurements, X-parameters, and artificial neural networks - geometrical and frequency scaling for behavioral transistor models, features previously the exclusive domain of compact models, deeper connection among them ... (National Instruments, Santa Clara, 6:00 pm)

SFBA-NANO-EMBS - 5/17 | Annual Full-Day Symposium - Nanotechnology in Biosystems, Medicine and Health - Nanodiamonds for Neural Imaging, Cyborg Beetles, and More! A full day of presentations, student poster viewing, and networking opportunities ... (TI, Santa Clara, TBD)

SCV-CS - 5/17 | New Frontiers in Computing 2016; Cognitive Computing: to the Singularity and Beyond - rapidly changing field of Cognitive Computing; where we are now with artificial intelligence and robotics, and what our future with the machines is going to look like ... (Stanford, 4:00 pm)

SF-PES - 5/18 |Switching Issues and Solutions for Reactive and Capacitive VAR Compensation - challenges and solutions for switching reactive and capacitive VAR compensation, control voltage, severe duty on the switching device, rapid rise of voltage that can cause re-ignitions ... (San Francisco, 5:00 pm)

SFBA-MEMS - 5/18 | The "new" Internet of Things - look back at the promises we made in the past and whether they have come to pass, recent trends and some of the classic examples of success and failure, new business models for smart devices... (TI, Santa Clara, 6:30 pm)

SCV-PES/IAS-PELS - 05/18 | Advances in Data Center Power Supplies - Douglas Arduini, Technical Leader, Cisco Systems, will discuss advances in Data Center Supplies... (On Semiconductor, Santa Clara, 6:00 pm)

SCV-EMBS - 5/18 | Digital Medicines Provide Physicians With Insights into Patient Medication-taking Patterns and Physiologic Response, Enabling Efficient Therapy Optimization - sensor-enabled pills and small wearable patch, data about medication adherence and clinical effectiveness, meaningful conversations between patients and caregivers, actionable insights ... (Rm M-114, Stanford U. Medical School)

OEB-SPS-Lawrence Livermore Labs 5/18| CASIS 2016 20th Annual Signal and Image Sciences Workshop - signal and image sciences, Signal processing, Image & video processing, NDE & inverse problems, Radar & wireless communications, Radiation detection & isotope ID, Machine learning & pattern analysis ... (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, 9:00 am)

OEB-IAS - 5/19 | Motor Bus Transfer: Fundamentals and Application - planned source switching and unplanned source failure, dynamics of motor deceleration, voltage change and phase angle change between the new source and the motor bus .... (Zio Fraedos, Pleasant Hill, 5:30 pm)

SCV-TEMS - 5/24 | The Ten Commandments for Effective Software Technology Management - executive buy-in, staffing, management, research, tools, women in tech ... (Marriott Hotel, San Jose, 6:30 pm)

SF-IAS - 5/24 | Evolution of Medium Voltage Switchgear - medium voltage switchgear construction, state-of-the-art in breaker design, Present and future trends in medium voltage switchgear equipment ... (Delancey Street Restaurant, SF, 5:30 pm)

SCV-CSS-PES/IAS - 05/25 | ASolar Tracking for Peak Power - control mechanisms for optimizing power generated from large solar arrays ... (Santa Clara, 6:00 pm)

SCV-CNSV - 6/2 | Annual CNSV Dinner Meeting: Success Through Adversity - A CEO's Story of Entrepreneurship - entrepreneur's journey, what makes an entrepreneur thrive, humanistic leadership, the essence of human happiness, and how these attributes guide an entrepreneur to be a leader ... (Turmeric Restaurant, Sunnyvale, 6:00 pm)

SCV-IT-SPS-ComSoc 6/9 |Noncoherent communications in large antenna arrays - do not use any instantaneous channel state information, same scaling behavior of achievable rates as coherent schemes, Analog signal processing architectures ... (TI, Santa Clara, 6:00 pm)

SFBA-NANO - 6/13-15 | IEEENANOCON-2016: Inspiring the Next Generation - a three day workshop targeting young professionals and college students who will be given exposure to a wide range of nanotechnology topics... (TI, IBM, Stanford)

SCV-CPMT - 6/14 | Company Tour of Test-O-Pac Industries - Details coming soon ... (San Jose, 11:30 am)

SF-PES /SCV-PV 6/15 | PG&E Energy Storage Testing and Pilot Projects - energy storage megawatt targets for CPUC jurisdictional load, required by 2024, lessons learned along the way ... (San Francisco, 11:45 am)

SCV-SPS - 6/16 | Convolutional Neural Network Models of the First Stages in Biological Vision - convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are considerably more accurate at capturing retinal responses to held-out natural scenes stimuli than pre-existing published models ... (AMD Commons Building, Sunnyvale, 6:30 pm)

SCV-PSES - 6/22 |Understanding Radiation Safety of High-Intensity Light-Emitting Diodes - LED radiation hazard rating, may not account for these new high-power LEDs, may exceed the levels of safety for both eye and skin ... (Exponent, Menlo Park, 6:30 pm)

SCV-SSCS-CAS - 7/20-21 | Tutorial on Selected Topics in RF, Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems - Oscillator Phase Noise, Clock and Data Recovery in High-Speed Wireline Communication, PLLs, CMOS Digital RF transmitters, Equalization and A/D conversion for high-speed links, RF CMOS Power Amplifiers ... (TI, Santa Clara, 4:00 pm)

SF-PES - 9/21 | Regulatory Aspects of Technology in the US Electric Grid - US federal regulation of public utilities, including rate revision, challenge process, and the landmark orders, competitive markets in an open access environment ... (San Francisco, 11:45 am)

SCV-PES-IAS-WIE - 9/21 | Regulatory Aspects of Technology in the US Electric Grid - US federal regulation of public utilities, including rate revision, challenge process, and the landmark orders, competitive markets in an open access environment ... (Biltmore Hotel, Santa Clara, 6:00 pm)



Maker Faire coming to the San Mateo Event Center on May 20-22!
MakerFaire

Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors. All of these "makers" come to Maker Faire to show what they have made and to share what they have learned.

See http://makerfaire.com/ for more information on maker faires, and for a 20% discount for IEEE members, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/maker-faire-bay-area-2016-tickets-20741987844?discount=IEEE20



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UPCOMING CONFERENCES AND EVENTS Please see ads lower down in the E-Grid for more information.
Plan your conference year out in advance! See the complete list of conferences for the year at the bottom of this newsletter.

FEWA Annual Conference May 20-21, San Francisco Bar Association Conference Center
Maker Faire May 20-22, San Mateo Event Center
IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) May 22-27, San Francisco
2016 IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference May 23-24, San Jose
IEEE-ITherm May 31 - June 3, 2016, Las Vegas
The WITI Summit June 5-7,2016, San Jose, global gathering of tech-savvy women. Use code IEEE for $200 discount
Inaugural IEEE Tech Industry Summit June 6-7, Santa Clara, held in conjunction with ISIE2016
Industrial Electronics Society Student & Young Professionals (S-YP) Forum June 7-8, in conjunction with ISIE2016.
International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE2016) June 8-10, Santa Clara
SME Transforming the Future - IoT, 3D Printing & Robotics Conference, June 9, 2016, Santa Clara Convention Center
Sensors Expo & Conference, June 21-23, San Jose, McEnery Convention Center
Wearables Techcon, July 18-20, San Jose Convention Center
50th Anniversary of the Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers November 6-9, Pacific Grove

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Wearables Techcon 2016 will be held at the San Jose Convention Center, on July 18-20.
Wearables_TechCon More than 60 Tech Sessions and Panels
* Product Design
* Electronic Engineering for Wearables Devices
* Embedded System Development
* Software Design
* Application Development
* Leading SDKs
... And more tricks and techniques that will set your wearable project apart! Keynotes: "Wearables: Panacea or Pandora's Box? A Security Perspective", by Gary Davis, Intel; "Hidden Costs of Hardware", by Forrest Brady, Highway1.
See http://www.wearablestechcon.com/ and use discount code IEEE for $100 off full 3 day pass.



The IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS)
IMS is the premier annual international meeting for technologists involved in all aspects of microwave theory and practice. It consists of a full week of events, including technical paper presentations, workshops, and tutorials, as well as numerous social events and networking opportunities. The symposium also hosts 600 commercial exhibiting companies.

The event will be held on May 22-27 in San Francisco, with many thousands expected to participate. Keynote speakers include Dr. Martin Cooper, Founder of the Cell Phone, "The Birth and Death of the Cell Phone"; Dr. James Truchard, President, CEO and CoFounder, National Instruments; and Prof. Jan M. Rabaey, Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professor, UC Berkeley, "The Human Intranet- Where Swarms and Humans Meet"



sme
Transforming the Future - IoT, 3D Printing & Robotics Conference will be held Thursday, June 9, 2016 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara. The SME Silicon Valley nonprofit group and co-sponsors IEEE-SCV-CPMT, IEEE SCV-RAS, and IEEE-SCV-CE present an exciting one-day conference with 20+ speakers.
Topics include:
* IoT in devices, infrastructure, and services
* Robotic trends in medical equipment and flexible manufacturing
* 3D bioprinting of blood vessels, additive metal process, and scalable additive systems
* The future of autonomous systems, from driverless cars to space robots
* Career development and career fair

Benefits to IEEE members: * SME offers a $20 discount promo code for IEEE members. Use Promo Code IEEE2016. Early bird rates end April 30th. http://smesv.org/conference



ITherm
The Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems
ITherm 2016 is an international conference for scientific and engineering exploration of thermal, thermomechanical and emerging technology issues associated with electronic devices, packages and systems. ITherm 2016 will be held along with the 66th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC 2016 - http://www.ectc.net), a premier electronics packaging conference. Dual-registration for ITHERM and ECTC is offered at a substantial discount. In addition to Oral and poster presentations and vendor exhibits, ITherm 2016 includes panel discussions, keynote lectures by prominent speakers, a "Cutting Edge Vendors" session, a Workshop on the Industrial Internet, and professional short courses.
Review the Advance Program: http://www.ieee-itherm.org/program Registration is now open.
May 31 - June 3, 2016 * Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, USA (Co-Located with ECTC)



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Volunteer Opportunity! Enhance STEM Education! STEM logo Teaching Opportunities for Partners in Science (TOPS) of the Santa Clara Valley is looking for scientists and engineers who are willing to partner with science teachers to enhance the science curriculums of grades K-8 in the Santa Clara Valley. It's a program that promotes in-depth relationships of a volunteer with a science teacher and his/her class on a weekly basis to amplify labs and class sessions with the scientists' real-world experience.
Here's a chance to make a real difference to students in aiming their education at a career in science or engineering. To find out more, go to www.topsofscv.org

IEEE SENIOR MEMBER ELEVATION
Enjoy the perks of being a Senior in Santa Clara County! For more information, please see HERE and send email to Kris Verma at krisverma@sbcglobal.net by the end of July 2016.



Join the Computer History Museum - Half Price for IEEE Members! [www.computerhistory.org/]
The present rate for IEEE members to become a member of the Computer History Museum is 50% off the regular price. This applies to either the single, family or senior member rate. This special pricing is for IEEE members world-wide, negotiated by your Santa Clara Valley Section. Discounted family membership is $75; General membership is $37.50; for seniors/military, it's $30.
Register online at www.chmdeal.com(have your current membership number available, to get the discount), or call the CHM at 650-810-1010 during the day.



Conference Round Up
Storage Visions January, Las Vegas
International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) February, San Francisco
Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference and Exhibition February, Monterey
REAL 2015 - Where the Sensor meets the Maker February, San Francisco
Int'l Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED) March, Santa Clara
Internet of Things (IoT) Summit March, Santa Clara
CIE/USA-SF EPMC Workshop March, San Jose
WearablesTechCon March, Santa Clara
Semi-Therm March, San Jose
IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Signal Integrity (SI) Symposium March, Santa Clara
IEEE One-Day Event: Rock Stars of 3D Printing March, San Jose
4th Annual IEEE Int'l Reliability Innovations Conference March, Sunnyvale
Optical Network & Communication Conference (OFC'15) March, Los Angeles
IEEE One-Day Event: Startup Rock Stars March, San Francisco
SNIA Data Storage Innovation Conference April, Santa Clara
GPU Technology Conference April, San Jose
IEEE International Systems Conference (SysCon) April, Vancouver, Canada
Ethernet Technology Summit April, Santa Clara Convention Center
International Reliability Physics Symposium April, Monterey
DevelopOps April, Mountain View
CLEO: Laser Science to Photonics Applications May, San Jose Convention Center
FEWA Annual Conference May, San Francisco Bar Association Conference Center
Maker Faire May, San Mateo Event Center
The WITI Summit May, San Jose
IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) May, San Francisco
IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference May, San Jose
IEEE-ITherm May - June
The WITI Summit June
Workshop on Civic Technology and Smart Cities, June, San Francisco
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Inaugural IEEE Tech Industry Summit June, Santa Clara, held in conjunction with ISIE2016
International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE2016) June, Santa Clara
Industrial Electronics Society Student & Young Professionals (S-YP) Forum June, Santa Clara, held in conjunction with ISIE2016
Sensors Expo & Conference, June, San Jose, McEnery Convention Center
SME Transforming the Future - IoT, 3D Printing & Robotics Conference, June, Santa Clara Convention Center
Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age: The Race is On! , June, Stanford University
In-Memory Computing Summit 2015 June, San Francisco
Packaging and Integration of Electronic and Photonic MicroSystems (InterPACK), July, San Francisco
Robotics as a Business, July, San Mateo
Wearables Techcon, July, San Jose Convention Center
SusTech 2015 / 3rd IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability July-Aug, Ogden, Utah
Flash Memory Summit, August, Santa Clara Convention Center
Hot Chips 27-A Symposium on High-Performance Chips , August, Cupertino
Hot Interconnects 23: A Symposium on High Performance Interconnects August, Santa Clara
Interdrone September, Las Vegas, Nevada
RoboBusiness September, San Jose
Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems, October, Berkeley
IEEE SIIT 2015 (Standardization and Innovation in Information Technology), October, Sunnyvale
EPEPS , October, San Jose
Rock Stars of Cybersecurity October, San Jose
IEEE GHTC October, Seattle, WA
Podcar City Conference (PCC9), November, Mountain View, California
Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers November, Pacific Grove
Rock Stars of Tech Startups November, San Francisco
AnDevCon, December, Santa Clara
SDI Summit December, Santa Clara Convention Center
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