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San Diego County Science and Engineering Fair Awardee and Judges Dinner

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Photos from the San Diego County Science and Engineering Fair Awardee and Judges Dinner where IEEE presented our student branch  Micromouse activities.

 

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Meeting Announcement: Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Power and Energy, Power Electronics, Computer, and Consumer Electronics
Societies Joint Meeting, Co-sponsored with San Diego State University (SDSU)

Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization:
Experiences and Best Practices from SDSU 
Speaker:  Frank Steensnaes, Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at SDSU

Abstract:  
How do you create value with a new technology? Sounds obvious, but why then, do so many new innovations fail to make it to market and produce value for the developer? This presentation will cover the concept of value and best practices for technology commercialization drawing on experience from Federal, State and private industry programs. Specific topics covered include customer learning, value proposition design, business models, and funding. We’ll look at some successful energy technology developers – what’s worked for them, and their roads to commercialization. We’ll also look at how the university is working in an environment where students and faculty are increasingly aware of and working to take advantage of the opportunities that await them as entrepreneurs. We’ll finish with some thoughts on what lies ahead for the energy industry in terms of new technologies and opportunities.

Speaker Bio:
Frank Steensnaes is the Grants Manager at the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University. Responsibilities have included Federal and State grant-funded technology and business development programs for Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Small Business Administration, as well as the California Energy Commission. He is currently the Program Administrator of the Energy Innovations Small Grant Technology Transfer Program and is actively involved with the Zahn Innovation Center and the NSF-funded CSU I-Corps Biotechnology program. Frank has a background as a business consultant to emerging technology companies providing business and technology commercialization planning and implementation services, as well as financial modeling. He is a Business Candidate from the Norwegian School of Management, and holds a Master of Science in Business Administration from SDSU.

Location:
5701 Hardy Ave, San Diego, CA 92115
Extended Studies Center building
Park in Structure 2 (Permit will be available from top of parking structure)
We’ll get parking permits for the attendees. If more than 45 parking permits are required, there’s an on-campus parking structure down the street with parking for $1/hour.
https://sunspot.sdsu.edu/map/display.cgi?new_loc_id=1078

Agenda:
Social/food  6 – 6:30pm
Talk at 6:30, followed by Q & A

Cost:
free for all attendees

RSVP:
Note: RSVP is not required, but recommended, so that we can order sufficient food:
registration

Questions:
Nick Abi-sambra nabisamra@gmail.com
or
Hassan Baklou baklou@ieee.org

San Fernando Valley Section résumé and interview workshop

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

The IEEE San Fernando Valley Section PACE held a résumé and interview workshop at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) on Saturday, February 21st, 2015. The workshop was catered towards students and professionals alike. It offered tips on how to build a successful résumé and a inside look to what interviewers expect for onsite interviews. At the conclusion of the workshop, the IEEE volunteers also offered to spend a 1-on-1 opportunity with the attendees to peer-review résumés. Overall, it was a successful event and provided a positive environment for the student attendees to network with the professional attendees.

IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Winners – Foothill Section

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

The IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Plus Initiative recently announced distribution of scholarships to 184 students at 95 universities across the United States & Canada for the 2014–15 academic year.  These students are also members of 69 IEEE Sections/PES Chapters.

Two winners were announced for Region 6  that are from a Foothill Section  engineering  school. These are:
Andres Rodriguez, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona, 2017
David Ritter, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 2016

IEEE Region 6 Southwest Area Meeting Photos

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Your IEEE representatives hard at work at the IEEE Region 6 Southwest Area meeting.

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