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5:30 pm

Graduate Presentation Competition (University of Idaho)

April 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: IEEE Palouse Chapter The Palouse Section is proud to present a Graduate Presentation Competition. The competition is designed to improve communication skills of students for thesis defense, conference presentations, and job interviews.  All presenters will receive a certificate of recognition, and a best presenter award and $100 gift card will be competed for.

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Space Wars: 5G mobile takes on mmWave

April 4 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Please join us for a presentation on the hot topic of 5G!  The plan to operate 5G mobile communications at mmWave frequencies is set to change everything we know about the design, test and operation of mobile communication systems. This talk will outline the key challenges that lie ahead as the industry boldly goes where no

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5:45 pm

Graduate Presentation Competition (University of Idaho)

Co-sponsored by: IEEE Palouse Chapter Undergraduates, graduates, and professionals are encouraged to attend to roast the presenters! The Palouse Section is proud to present a Graduate Presentation Competition. The competition is designed to improve communication skills of students for thesis defense, conference presentations, and job interviews.  All presenters will receive a certificate of recognition, and

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6:00 pm

Oregon IEEE Consultants’ Monthly Meeting

April 4 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

No Host dinner and meeting. REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED. Agenda: 6:00 PM - (or thereabouts) Eat (optional) and chat.6:45 PM - Show and Tell (if anyone brings toys!)7:00 PM - Call to Order - Meeting Begins.             - Officer Reports             - Discussion of Hosting Weekend

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6:30 pm

People-Centered Design

April 4 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

At UCSD's Design Lab design is considered to be a way of thinking, of making sure we are solving the correct problem (not just the symptoms), and of making the interaction between people and technology smooth, understandable, and enjoyable. Far too many existing products and services are designed around the technology, not the people. Don

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