The Computer Society -- C16

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What's Happening in the Computer Society?

Computer Society
http://www.computer.org

 

About the Twin Cities Chapter

The 2014 chapter officers are:

Chair:           Bruce Hanson

Vice Chair:   Eric Sit

Treasurer:    Larry Beaty.

We can be reached via email at tc-computer@ieee.org 
Please contact us with your questions and suggestions.

Chapter Upcoming meetings

Internet of Things--Immersions - TWIN CITIES C16 CHAPTER on 11-December-2014
11/23/2014 06:42:56 PM
The Twin Cities IEEE Computer Society and Arrow Electronics are proud to present IoT Immersions, Thursday, December 11th from 8:00AM to 7:30PM in Minneapolis.

Innovation in industrial IoT has already started, but how will you and your company address the needs of this new world in sectors such as: Smart Cities, Healthcare, Transportation, Security, Education, Big Data and Analytics. Only Arrow brings together this broad range of thinkers and doers...like you.
Register by December 1st for FREE Registration.

Why You Don’t Want to Miss IoT Immersions
Full spectrum of IoT Expertise
Demystifying IoT to help you generate tomorrow’s big ideas.

Immersive Schedule
A complete lineup of educational courses and free
thinking opportunities.

IoT in Action
Hear how Arrow engineers and medical researchers joined forces to develop a modified racecar for Sam Schmidt, quadriplegic Indy Racing Legend.

In each city, we'll welcome approximately 1,500 innovators and thought leaders from businesses, government agencies and academia. Along with them, a targeted who's who of innovative companies will bring their biggest and best ideas.

IEEE membership is not required.
Home Automation Panel Discussion - TWIN CITIES C16 CHAPTER on 08-December-2014
11/19/2014 09:32:29 PM
The Twin Cities Computer Society offers a panel presentation on Home Automation: What are the standards, who makes the products and what benefits do they offer? This meeting is rescheduled from Nov. 10th which was snowed out.

Home Automation starts with a more convenient way to operate lights and expands to video surveillance and security functions. Hear the discussion of those who have implemented home automation systems and learn what they use their systems to do. If you hear a noise in the night, can you press one button and light the place up? Can you identify who is at the door without actually going there to see who it is? Can you be sure the garage door is truly closed before you go to bed?

All are welcome, IEEE membership is not required.

Other sites of Interest

The IEEE Computer Society home page: IEEE Computer Society Home

Seminars and Colloquia at the University of Minnesota Department of Computer Science and Engineering: U of M Seminars

U of M Master of Science in Software Engineering Program Events: U of M Master of Science Events

Software Engineering Institute of Carnegie Mellon - Calendar of Events: SEI Calendar of Events