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Silicon Valley Engineering Council Engineers Week Annual Banquet 2020

Silicon Valley Engineering Council Engineers Week Annual Banquet 2020
Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
 Doubletree Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA, 95110

Details and registration at wwww.svec.org and at this link:
https://svec-banquet-2020.eventbrite.com

IEEE CS (IEEE Computer Society) is sponsoring this event because IEEE CS chapter of Silicon Valley is a member of SVEC and we want this event to benefit of all its members

The Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC) proudly presents the 2020 Silicon Valley Engineering Council, Engineers Week Banquet 2020 on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. The SVEC honors outstanding individuals for their contributions by welcoming them into its Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame ceremony recognizes local engineers for their outstanding professional achievements, both in engineering and technology– and for significant contributions to the community. The banquet will also feature a distinguished keynote speaker, education/scholarships awards to students for academic excellence, Discover-E, Keeper of the Flame Awards.

Program:

  • 5:00 PM Reception and No-Host Bar
  • 6:00PM Move to Dining Hall
  • 6:30 PM SVEC President’s Welcome
  • 6:45 PM Dinner with Friends
  • 7:30 PM Keynote:
  • 8:00 PM SVEC 2020 Silicon Valley Engineering Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony:
  • 8:30 PM Keeper of the Flame Awards
  • 8:45 PM Education/Scholarship Awards
  • 9:00PM Program Close

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Steve Chu, Former Secretary of Energy, Nobel Laureate in Physics, and Professor, Stanford University

Keynote Topic: Climate Change and Innovative Approaches to a Sustainable Future

  • Dr. Steven Chu

Dr. Steven Chu is the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Physics and professor of molecular and cellular physiology in the Stanford University Medical School at Stanford University was the co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contributions to laser cooling and atom trapping. From January 2009 through April 2013, Chu served as the United States’ 12th Secretary of Energy. Chu, who was also the first scientist to hold a U.S. Cabinet position, previously served as director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory from 2004-2009.

Dr. Chu will present the keynote talk at the Engineer’s Week Banquet titled “Climate Change and Innovative Approaches to a Sustainable Future.” Dr. Chu’s presentation will address to climate change and the ways that engineering, science and innovation can help the society toward a sustainable future through innovations in food production and power transmission; advances in energy storage, economically competitive electrochemical production of hydrogen; and population growth.

Silicon Valley Engineering Council, Hall of Fame Inductees 2020:

  • Dr. Fred Barez

    Dr. Fred Barez
    San Jose State University
    Professor & Department Chair

Dr. Barez is a leader, aggressive participant to technology, an innovator, an entrepreneur, a high-tech company founder, a distinguished educator, and a mentor to young aspiring engineers. Following earning a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California in Berkeley at the age of 25, he started his career in Silicon Valley.

Advancement in storage device technology has enabled ever more functional and affordable storage devices, with dramatic impact on virtually every aspect of life in modern society. The key to continual improvements in storage device density has been the invention and development of advanced technologies in high density rotating disk file storage systems. Dr. Barez, designed, developed and manufactured a variety of products for data storage disk drive industry, in particular, design of the unique servo clock heads to increase disk file storage. Virtually all documents and photos stored in the ‘clouds’ utilizes technologies developed by Dr. Barez.

Dr. Barez is the current Chair of Aviation and Technology, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and past Chair of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at San Jose State University. He is a magnet to attract and inspire engineering students to his programs, has a variety of research interests such as Electronics Packaging, Semiconductors, Smart Home and Energy Efficiency, Self-driving and Autonomous Vehicles. He introduced over 35 new courses in support of workforce development in Silicon Valley; developed educational and research laboratories, supervised graduate students, and published journal and conference papers, book chapters and manuscripts.

Dr. Barez is a member of several professional and honorary societies. A co-founder and past president of SVEC, co-founder and President of SIP, and Project Enable. President of ASME Santa Clara Valley, Life Member, Fellow and recipient of the ASME’s prestigious ‘Dedicated Service’ Award, Life Member of the Chinese Institute of Engineers (CIE), and a co-Trustee of the Epsilon Pi Tau Honorary Society.

  • Ajit Manocha

    Ajit Manocha
    President & CEO of SEMI

Throughout his career spanning four decades, Ajit Manocha has been a pioneer, business leader, and champion of industry collaboration as a critical means of advancing technology for societal and economic prosperity. He has been adept at forming strong partnerships with customers, suppliers, governments and communities for these efforts.

Ajit began his career as a research scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories, where he was granted over a dozen patents related to semiconductor manufacturing processes that served as the foundation for modern microelectronics manufacturing. He went on to hold senior worldwide operations leadership roles at Philips Semiconductors (NXP) and Spansion before serving as President and CEO at GLOBALFOUNDRIES and SEMI. He has served on the boards of SEMI, SIA and GSA. Ajit was an advisor to President Obama on the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Steering committee and on the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST). In 2012, during his tenure at GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Ajit was awarded the prestigious “EHS Achievement Award — Inspired by Akira Inoue” for his commitment and action on Environmental Health and Safety standards. Additionally, he has excelled in people development by teaching courses such as “Leadership by Example” and “Classroom to Cleanroom to Boardroom.”

Currently, as President and CEO of SEMI, Ajit has initiated a major transformation to expand SEMI’s scope and influence to represent the broader electronics manufacturing supply chain. He has positioned SEMI to tackle major challenges facing the industry and support the community by building up Workforce Development and Diversity & Inclusion programs to address the growing talent shortage and lack of gender parity across the industry.

In December 2019, Ajit was named an “All Star of the Semiconductor Industry” by VLSI Research for his visionary leadership in restructuring SEMI from its traditional position to represent the expanded electronics supply chain.

Details and registration at this link: https://svec-banquet-2020.eventbrite.com

 

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Thrive as a Manager: The Unwritten Rules of Technical Management Symposium

Thrive as a Manager: The Unwritten Rules of Technical Management Symposium

Due to COVID-19 This event is postponed to a later TBD date

IEEE Computer Society (CS) chapter of Silicon Valley is sponsoring this event for the benefits of all its members. Our IEEE CS chapter members have a special discount code, for a $20.00 less then IEEE members ticket price. The discount code will be provided to you in our eNotes and email. 

The event is organized by:
IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society SCV/SF/OEB Joint Chapter

https://youtu.be/QG3LCDKsy4Y

IEEE SCV Technical Co-sponsors:
Computer Society https://computer.ieeesiliconvalley.org/

Other Technical Co-sponsors:
Silicon Valley Engineering Council svec.org

Corporate Sponsor:
International Technological University

Speaker #1: Kimberly Wiefling, Founding Member at Silicon Valley Alliances (SVA)
Topic #1: Strengthening Organizational Culture”
Speaker #2: Moshe Gotesman, mosgot Consulting
Topic #2: Lead Your Team, Because Project Management is Leadership
Speaker #3: Gale Stafford
Topic #3: Coaching Fantastic Teams
Speaker #4: Josh Goldberg, Former VP R&D and IP at Zume Pizza
Topic #4: Creating a Robot Master Pizza Maker
Speaker #5: Tom Pavelko, Former Special Programs Manager at Lockheed/Martin
Topic #5 Basis for the Leadership Paradigm to be The Best
Speaker #6: Mark Quinn, Head of Software Engineering at Waymo
Topic #6: Five Mistakes Most New Managers Make and How to Avoid Them

Location: International Technological University, 2711 N 1st St., San Jose, CA 95134

                                                   (Register here)

PROGRAM:
8:00AM Registration, Continental Breakfast & Networking
9:00AM “It’s in Our DNA – Strengthening Organizational Culture” – Kimberly Wiefling, Founding Member at Silicon Valley Alliances (SVA)
9:30AM “Lead Your Team, Because Project Management is Leadership” – Moshe Gotesman, mosgot Consulting
10:30AM Coffee/Tea Break
11:00AM“Coaching Fantastic Teams” – Gale Stafford
12:00N Networking Session (Mini Show)
12:30 Lunch (Speaker: TBD)
1:30PM “Creating a Robot Master Pizza Maker” – Josh Goldberg, Former VP R&D and IP at Zume Pizza
2:30PM “Basis for the Leadership Paradigm to be The Best” – Tom Pavelko, Former Special Programs Manager at Lockheed/Martin
3:30PM Break
4:00PM “Five Mistakes Most New Managers Make and How to Avoid Them” – Mark Quinn, Head of Software Engineering at Waymo
5:00 PM: Networking / Adjourn

Abstract:
Thrive as a Manager: The Unwritten Rules of Technical Management
This symposium focuses on industry lessons “from the trenches” and practical actionable advice. You learn the latest trends and technology that prepare you to manage technical teams, and network with peers who can share insights and solutions that will also help you cope with disruptions.

The Silicon Valley Chapter of the IEEE TEMS has a special interest in supporting the needs of industry. The audience for these programs are both, new & experienced technology and engineering managers (or project managers), technologists moving to become managers, and persons wanting to learn more about how technical management works.

Join us to learn from speakers from Silicon Valley’s finest technology companies. Our program will focus on the challenges of developing your team while managing the forefront of technology with actionable advice.

Have questions about Thrive as a Manager: The Unwritten Rules of Technical Management? Contact IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society SCV/SF/OEB Joint Chapter

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RACE your FACTs: Making AI work for Enterprises

ACE your FACTs: Making AI work for Enterprises

October 16, 2019, at PayPal, event is organized by SF Bay ACM chapter

IEEE CS chapter of Silicon Valley https://computer.ieeesiliconvalley.org/  is co-sponsoring this event as a relevant to all our chapter members.

Title: RACE your FACTs: Making AI work for Enterprises
Speaker: Rama Akkiraju, IBM Fellow, Director IBM’s Watson Division

 Details at: https://www.meetup.com/SF-Bay-ACM/events/262990899/

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Automotive Ethernet And Functional Safety

Automotive Ethernet And Functional Safety

October 17, 2019 at NXP Floor2, 411 E. Plumeria Dr., San Jose, CA 95134,
Organized by: Circuits and Systems Society (CASS)

IEEE CS chapter of Silicon Valley https://computer.ieeesiliconvalley.org/  is co-sponsoring this event as a relevant to all our chapter members

Speaker: Dr. Claude Gauthier, Director of Strategic Innovation for the Automotive Ethernet Solutions group, NXP

Details and registration at: Link to External Registration

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Industry 4.0 – What is it and why is it important in today’s world?

Industry 4.0 – What is it and why is it important in today’s world?
October 22, 2019, 6:00PM – 8:00PM, at Cadence, Building 10

Organized by: IEEE Computer Society (CS) chapter of Silicon Valley https://computer.ieeesiliconvalley.org/  in benefit of all its members.

Sponsors:

Topic: Industry 4.0 – What is it and why is it important in today’s world?
Speaker: Ana Anbuselvan: ​Venture Capital, Serial Entrepreneur, Founder & Executive      Chairman of Industry 4.0 Global Foundation, Author, Keynote Speaker.
Location: Cadence, Building 10
Address: 2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA 95134

                                 (Register here)

PROGRAM:
6:00PM – 6:30PM — Registration, Food, Drink, Networking
6:30PM – 7:30PM—Technical talk
7:30PM – 8:00PM –Q&A and Adjourn

Abstract:
Industry 4.0 – What is it and why is it important in today’s world? We are entering the 4th major industrial revolution. The first saw the introduction of steam and water power. The 2nd saw assembly lines and mass production. The 3rd was fueled by computers. Now, we see a 4th, marked by AI, big data, Mobile devices, Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, automation and more.
In this session, we will discuss:

  • What has changed from Industry 3.0 to 4.0
  • What do I need to prepare for as we progress through Industry 4.0
  • Digitization: Industry 4.0 Technologies as the Game changer. Why is it significant?
  • Are there opportunities I can take advantage of in this new paradigm
  • What pitfalls should I be sure to avoid

Bio:

Ana Anbuselvan: Founder and Executive Chairman of Industry 4.0 Foundation pioneering 4th Industrial Revolution over the last 4 decades, and as well pioneered prior Industry 3.0, 2.0 & 1.0 revolutions, and Women of Influence (Global). Industry 4.0 Global Foundation also has Industry’s leading Youth Enterpreneurs Leadership program (and Partnership w/ TiE Young Entrepreneurs (TyE) Global), and Women Leadership & Empowerment program at Global levels, among several other programs.

Ana Anbuselvan is an Industry Veteran with more than three decades of experience in both Enterprise and Consumer Industry verticals, working in Fortune 100 companies and strong expertise in building companies and ventures, and Oracle Veteran. She has Masters degree in Computer Applications from Anna University, India, and Masters in Supply Chain Management from University of San Francisco and Advanced Project Management from Stanford University. @Stanford & UCSF Alumni, @SCU Alumni, @Oracle, IEEE Senior Member (IEEE Secretary, Santa Clara Valley Section from 2010-2011), ACM Senior Member.

Ana is Managing Partner and Executive in Residence @ OneTraction.VC and She is also holding Key C-Level Executive positions at various companies incl. Founder & Executive Chairman of Industry 4.0 Foundation, Founder & Executive Chairman of Industry 4.0 Ventures, Founder, Executive Chairman & CEO of IDMCloud, Inc. (Cyber Security Startup, acquired by Oracle in 2016), Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of Lock & Key Technology Group, Chief Innovation Officer & Board of Director of GoFindXR.com and has 12+ Ventures in Industry 4.0. Mentor @TiEYoungEnterpreneurs. Board of Directors @Silicon Valley Engineering Council. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ana-anbuselvan-693943165/

Call for Volunteers:
If you would like to volunteer and help us at this event please email us Here.

 Open to all to attend:
(Online registration is needed. If you don’t register, seating is not guaranteed.)

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IEEE Rebooting Computing Week, 2019

IEEE Rebooting Computing Week, 2019
Taking place in San Mateo, CA, November 4-8, 2019

IEEE CS chapter of Silicon Valley https://computer.ieeesiliconvalley.org/  is sponsoring this event as a relevant to all our members

Enjoy special registration discounts by becoming an IEEE or Computer Society Member.

IEEE Members enjoy discounted conference registration fees and IEEE products, up to 50%. The savings on conference registration fees alone range from $300-$1500! 

Details at: (https://rebootingcomputing.ieee.org/rebooting-computing-week)

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Simulation Platform Architecture for ML, DL & AI Fraud Models

Simulation Platform Architecture for ML, DL & AI Fraud Models
November 13, 2019, 6:30PM – 8:30PM, at PayPal Town Hall

Organized by: IEEE Computer Society (CS) chapter of Silicon Valley https://computer.ieeesiliconvalley.org/  in benefit of all its members.

Sponsors:

Topic: Simulation Platform Architecture for ML, DL & AI Fraud Models
Speaker: Thomas Doran, Director of Architecture, PayPal, Inc.
Location: PayPal Town Hall, 2161 North First St. San Jose, CA

                                               (Register here)

PROGRAM:
6:30PM – 7:00PM — Registration, Food, Drink, Networking
7:00PM – 8:00PM—Technical talk
8:00PM – 8:30PM –Q&A and Adjourn

Abstract:
Tom will walk through the architecture of the Simulation Platform that leverages a Big Data approach to simulate analytic models that are instrumental in the detection and deflection of potential

Bio:

Tom is an accomplished entrepreneur with over 20 years’ experience in the Payments, Billing & Big Data domains of the Fin-tech industry. Currently, he is a Director of Architecture at PayPal, responsible for the architecture of the Enterprise Services Simulation and Customer Success & Insights Platforms.

Call for Volunteers:
If you would like to volunteer and help us at this event please email us  Here

Open to all to attend:
(Online registration is needed. If you don’t register, seating is not guaranteed.)

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Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC) Open House – Modern Robot Psychology

Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC) Open House – Modern Robot Psychology
Thursday, November 14, 2019, 5:00PM – 8:30 PM PDT. The event is FREE.
Warm delicious food (no pizza or sandwiches) & drinks will be provided

IEEE CS (IEEE Computer Society) is sponsoring this event because IEEE CS chapter of Silicon Valley is a member of SVEC along with all other co-sponsoring organizations listed below

This Open House event is organized by:
Silicon Valley Engineering Council www.svec.org in benefit of all its members

Sponsored by our member organizations:

  • IEEE CS (IEEE Computer Society)
  • ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
  • IEEE SSCS (IEEE Solid State Circuit Society)
  • IEEE CIS (IEEE Computational Intelligence Society
  • SWE East Bay chapter
  • ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
  • ASMI (Santa Clara Valley Chapter, ASM International)
  • EAA (Electric Auto Association)
  • NorthCal AIChE  (Leading organization of Chemical Engineering Professionals)

Speaker: Eric Saund
Research Scientist
Keynote Topic: Modern Robot Psychology

Location: SEMI at 673 South Milpitas Boulevard Milpitas, CA 95035-5446 (View Map)

                                                   (Register here)

PROGRAM:

    • 5:00PM to 5:30PM – Welcome Reception & Mixer
    • 5:30PM to 6:00PM – Welcoming Remarks
    • 6:00PM to 6:15PM – Acknowledgement of Sponsors
    • 6:15PM to 7:15PM – Keynote
    • 7:15PM to 7:25PM – ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
    • 7:25PM to 7:35PM – Call for Applications for 2020 Scholarships
    • 7:35PM to 7:45PM – Keeper of the Flame
    • 7:45PM to 7:55PM – Discover “E” Outreach
    • 7:55PM to 8:05PM – 2020 Silicon Valley Engineering Hall of Fame Inductees Announcement
    • 8:05M to 8:15PM – Invite to SVEC Engineers Week Banquet, February 19, 2020 at DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose, CA
    • 8:15PM to 8:25PM – Q&A
    • 8:25PM to 8:30PM – Closing

Abstract:
Can you diagnose and fix your car?  Can you reboot your router?
We get along with technology better when we have some operational understanding
of how it works.  As we an approach an age when robots and other artificially
intelligent agents surround us, we must expand our mental models of machines to
include those that display autonomous goal-directed behaviors and even evoke
notions of intentionality.  As a case in point, today’s Conversational Agents
are simultaneously very smart, and very dumb.  This talk will review the
Natural Language Processing and knowledge modeling technologies that give
Alexa and Google Home remarkable and engaging question answering and chat
abilities.  I will offer some fun tips on how to reverse-engineer how these
devices “think”.

Bio:

Eric Saund is a research scientist, developer, and consultant whose work spans multiple fields of intelligent systems, including conversational agents, document analytics, perceptually supported user interfaces, machine learning, and computational vision. Eric received a B.S. from Caltech and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Science from MIT.  He served in research and research management roles at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, he has published widely, his prototypes have served thousands of users, and he has been awarded 60 patents to date.

Open to all to attend
(Online registration is needed. If you did not register, seating is not guaranteed.)

Call for volunteers for this event:
If you are interested in volunteering at our SVEC Open House email us Here.

 

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Anthropomorphic Machine Learning: How to get Fast, Interpretable Deep Learning

Anthropomorphic Machine Learning: How to get Fast, Interpretable Deep Learning

December 11 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm PST at Intel SC9 Auditorium, 2250 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95054 United States + Google Map

Speaker: Prof Plamen Angelov, PhD, DSc, FIEEE from School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University, UK and Vice President-International Neural Network Society.

Registration Link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/anthropomorphic-machine-learninghow-to-get-fastinterpretable-deep-learnin-tickets-76396525063?aff=IEEECIS

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Building bigger brains: Utilizing neuromorphic engineering as the path towards brain-scale intelligence and Be agile on data and query the world!

Building bigger brains: Utilizing neuromorphic engineering as the path towards brain-scale intelligence and Be agile on data and query the world!

Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 6:00PM – 8:30 PM PDT. The event is FREE.
Food & drinks will be provided

Organized by: IEEE Computer Society (CS) chapter of Silicon Valley https://computer.ieeesiliconvalley.org/  in benefit of all its members.

Sponsors: Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) &   ValleyML.ai

Speaker #1: Gordon Wilson:
CEO and Co-Founder of Rain Neuromorphics
Topic #1: Building bigger brains: Utilizing neuromorphic engineering as the path towards brain-scale intelligence.

Speaker #2: Patrick Holl
Co-founder and CTO of Fusionbase.io
Topic #2: Be agile on data and query the world!

Location: Cadence, Building 10
Address: 2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA 95134

                                                   (Register here)

PROGRAM:
6:00PM – 6:30PM — Registration, Food, Drink, Networking
6:30PM – 7:15PM– Building bigger brains: Utilizing neuromorphic engineering as the path towards brain-scale intelligence.
7:15PM – 8:00PM —Be agile on data and query the world!
8:00PM – 8:30PM — Q&A and Adjourn

Topic #1:
Abstract:
The best artificial neural network (ANN) models today are capable of extraordinary tasks.  For example, in just the last year natural language processing has progressed massively with the onset of transformer-based models such as BERT from Google and GPT-2 from Open AI.  The problem with these models is their cost – one model can take as much energy for training as multiple cars consume in their lifetime.  At Rain, we are fundamentally reimagining the processor that underlies the mathematics of all ANNs to enable a step change in both scale and efficiency.  We utilize innovations in materials, architectures, and algorithms to build the most brain-like processors ever

Bio:

Gordon Wilson is the CEO and Co-Founder of Rain Neuromorphics. Gordon studied mathematics at the University of Florida, where he met the co-founders of Rain. Gordon is passionate about enabling AI to be both incredibly smart and incredibly efficient. He enjoys open water swimming, cooking, and learning about the myriad ways AI is evolving each day.

Topic #2:
Abstract:
The age of artificial intelligence and data science requires scalable access to data. Studies show that even today, data science teams spend up to 80% of their time in the discovery and integration process. Traditional integration approaches like ETL, where often a single engineer writes a separate script for each data source does not scale with thousands of data sources. Fusionbase is a novel approach to access data in heterogeneous data landscapes. The system implements a performant query federation layer using semantically enriched dataspaces. This technology allows virtualizing data efficiently and gives ad-hoc analytical access to data scientists on a large variety of data sources

Bio:

Patrick Holl is the co-founder and CTO of Fusionbase.io – a platform that provides queryable access to thousands of high-quality third-party datasets – all cleaned and ready for analytics. He is also actively contributing to the research community and pursuing his Ph.D. at the TUM. His research focuses on data management and polystore systems. Before, he has worked as a data engineer and consultant for several large corporates in Germany

Open to all to attend
(Online registration is needed. If you did not register, seating is not guaranteed.)

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The Human Intranet – Where Swarms and Humans Meet

  Date: Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 6:30 PM
  Location: Cadence / Bldg 10, 2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA (map)
  Speaker: Dr. Jan M. Rabaey, Professor, UC Berkeley

 

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Silicon Valley Engineering Council Open House

Silicon Valley Engineering Council Open House

Friday, November 21, 2014

PayPal Town Hall, 2161 North 1st Street, San Jose CA (map)

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NFIC 2014: The Future of Online Education Video

Video stream archive of NFIC 2014: The Future of Online Education, an event held on May 14, 2014 at Stanford University

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Is 3D Visualization the Next Step for Big Data?

  Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2014, 6:30 PM
  Location: Cadence / Bldg 10, 2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA (map)
  Speaker: David Chavez, Chief Technology Officer, zSpace, Inc.

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Agile Update – And Is It For You? – Panel

Date: Tuesday, October 14, 2014, 6:30 PM
Location: Cadence / Bldg 10, 2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA (map)
Agile Discussion: Kanban, Scrum, SoC, and ASIC …
Panelists:
Kathryn Kuhn, Hewlett-Packard, Agile Evangelist – Product Development IT
Harsh Kumar, Intel, Business Development Manager
Damian Brown, Symantec, Sr. Manager, Program Management
William Pietri, Consultant

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