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AEE/IEEE Headphone Amplifier Lab

Posted on Apr 13, 2014 by Kenji Aono
Event Start:
Wed. April 16, 2014 6:00 PM
Event End:  
Thu. April 17, 2014 12:00 AM

Join us for this joint AEE/IEEE event!

AEE will be hosting a build session this Wednesday, April 16th from 6PM until midnight in room 3239 of the Engineering Building. A detailed building map showing said room can be found here. The actual building process doesn't take six hours, so drop by anytime during the scheduled build session!

IEEE is providing most of the required materials, you will only need to supply the Altoids tin (unless you don't want your amplifier in a case). If you cannot attend the build session during the scheduled time, please let us know ; we can find another time to accommodate your schedule.

IEEE/AEE Headphone Amplifier

Posted on Apr 4, 2014 by Kenji Aono
Location:
1257 Anthony Hall
Event Start:
Thu. April 10, 2014 7:00 PM

Join us on Thursday evening at 7PM to learn about the IEEE/AEE Altoids Tin Headphone Amplifier Project, presented by Mr. Steve Zajac. The meeting will take place at the regularly scheduled AEE meeting time and place (in 1257 Anthony Hall).

Students interested in building this amplifier will need to sign up for the project at the end of this informational session. The lab times for building are tentatively scheduled for the following week, Wed. April 16th and Thu. April 17, from 6:00PM - 10:00PM.

Call for Posters

Posted on Mar 20, 2014 by Kenji Aono

IEEE Young Professionals Program (formerly GOLD) will be hosting a poster session for all IEEE members at the upcoming IEEE Spring Section Conference on April 24, 2014 at the Oakland University. IEEE Spring Section Conference is a technical and social event that highlights the cutting edge research activities being pursued by members of IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section. This is a great opportunity to showcase your research and network with people from Industry/Academia. Sponsoring companies will publicize open positions at the conference. All student, graduate student and IEEE members are invited to participate. A best poster award will be given to the top presented poster, as judged by the review committee. Poster topics related to any of the chapters / societies represented in the IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section (www.ieee-sem.org) are encouraged. More information about the conference is at http://sites.ieee.org/sem/spring-2014-section-conference/.

Authors wishing to participate in the poster session must submit a poster title and abstract (less than 150 words) to Chaitanya Setti ( sck@computer.org) by no later than April 20, 2014. The suggested poster size is 4 feet by 3 feet, and should contain large text to be read from a distance. Poster authors should attend and present their posters during the poster session from 5:00 PM to 6:30PM on the day of the conference.

Region 4 Student Paper

Posted on Feb 19, 2014 by Kenji Aono
Announcing - IEEE Region 4 Section Student Paper Contest

WHO: Any Region 4 IEEE undergraduate student member* (or group of undergraduate student members)
WHAT: Student papers written and presented by IEEE student members, including previously written papers for a class project, senior design, etc.
WHEN: Written Paper due: May 1st ,2014;
Oral Presentation on June 5th, 2014
WHERE: EIT Conference at Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, WI, USA
HOW: Submit a written paper (via mail or email) that follows the guidelines on or before the due date; then prepare and give a presentation.
Email written paper to: James@ieee.org
WHY: You may already have a school project that can easily be put into the correct format.

  • Get your name on the traveling trophy that will go to your school for the next year!
  • Win a prestigious IEEE award that will enhance your resume;
  • Gain experience with writing and presenting a technical paper;
  • The award comes with cash 1st place: $800; 2nd place: $500; 3rd place: $200;
  • Winning paper/s will be forwarded for review and publication in IEEE Potentials!

There may be help (including financial) available for becoming a student member if not already a member. For those interested in the EIT conference, visit: this year's website.

E-Week, Graduate/Undergraduate Night

Posted on Feb 16, 2014 by Kenji Aono
Location:
1345 EB
Event Start:
Tue. February 18, 2014 6:00 PM
Event End:  
Tue. February 18, 2014 8:00 PM

Hosted by IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), and the League of Electrical Engineering Graduate Students (LEEGS).

FREE FOOD (Panda Express) will be provided.
The event is for any undergraduate student who is curious about graduate school and wants answers to questions such as:

  • What types of jobs would grad school prepare me for?
  • What types of research do grad students conduct?
  • What is graduate student life really like?
  • What does it take to get into grad school?
  • What should I be doing now if I want to get into grad school?
  • What graduate level opportunities does MSU offer?
  • etc...

Highlights of the event include:

  • A presentation by Dr. Katy Colbry, Graduate Recruiting Director for the MSU College of Engineering, on engineering Grad School opportunities at MSU. Dr. Colbry will also take your questions.
  • An open question and answer forum with a panel of current graduate students with a range of backgrounds.
  • Grad student panelists will talk about their own graduate careers, research and experience and answer your questions about graduate school from a student perspective.
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