Region 4 Section Reports. 25. Twin Cities Section. Twin Cities Section Report. IEEE Region 4 Meeting October 16 & 17, 2004. Demographics. Active Members 2004* 2003 Total (AC) 3614 3166 Regular (M) 2376 2228 Student (S) 354 311 Senior (LS, SM) 173 115
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25. Twin Cities Section
IEEE Region 4 Meeting
October 16 & 17, 2004
Orchestrating Your Career
October 23, 2004
The theme for this year’s conference is: “Orchestrating Your Career”. Attaining a successful engineering career requires leading an ensemble of skills, knowledge, passion, foresight, and the courage and security to learn from your mistakes.
Engineering in Medicine and Biology
Engineering Management Society
Instrumentation & Measurement
Microwave Theory and Techniques
Reliability & Fault Tolerance
Signal Processing & CommunicationsSociety Chapters
The Phoenix Project is a study group of the Twin Cities IEEE to develop an ambulatory blood pressure monitor for the Halberg Chronobiology Center at the University of Minnesota.
Our goal is to make a monitor that is inexpensive, unobtrusive, easy to use and collects a week of blood pressure measurements.
The Halberg Chronobiology Center wants to use the monitor for long term use on massive scale to obtain measures in health, and to encourage the development of diagnostic, prevention and treatment techniques.
This information is a public service and any novel and useful inventions disclosed herein are placed into the public domain.
Chapter chairs 12
Student chair 3
Student Papers 3 (with $)
Corporate Engineer 1
*SAMIeee report 10-13-04