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Technical Activities Chair & Coordinators Larry Hause chair Subra Ganesan east Ed Neller west Paul Tindall central Jack Sherman with honor Detroit January 2010. Technical Activities. Today’s Topics. Make Engineering More Visible by Ed Neller

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Technical activities

Technical Activities Chair & CoordinatorsLarry Hause chairSubra Ganesan east Ed Neller westPaul Tindall centralJack Sherman with honorDetroit January 2010

Technical Activities


Today s topics

Today’s Topics

  • Make Engineering More Visible

    by Ed Neller

  • Inform & Activate Engineers by Subra Ganesan

  • Support Active Engineers

    by Paul Tindall

  • Recognize Active Chapters plus Educational Activity


Subra ganesan east

Subra Ganesan - East

A dormant IEEE Chapter in Saginaw has been reactivated it with the help of R4 executives.

Central Michigan University now has IEEE Student chapter that we helped activate.

Oakland University IEEE Student Chapter was made more active by joining hands with GL-SPIN in organizing an embedded system software meeting.

IEEE SEM (South East Michigan) chapters held a one day conference twice a year in Fall and Spring of 2009 and 2010. We send this information to other chapters in R4.


Embedded system workshop

Embedded System Workshop

One day workshop on Embedded System was held on September 29, 2007. It was free to all IEEE CS members and any one.

Around 220 persons attended.

4 companies sponsored this event with free food, snacks etc ( approx $2500).

At the end the attendees got a certificate of attendance.

As a consequence nearly 10 engineers joined IEEE . Society members pleased.


Paul tindall central

Paul Tindall Central

  • EIT 2009 – June 7-9, Windsor , ON

    • Participated in planning committee

    • Judged student paper competition

  • Wisconsin PE continuing education

    requirements

    • Established contacts among Madison , Milwaukee , and NE Wisconsin sections

    • Invited proposals and coordinated comments from all three sections to the state board

  • Organized broadcast of PE meeting

  • New Chapter Awards


Ed neller west

Ed Neller - West

  • Ed Neller, Central Iowa Section

  • Make Engineering More Visible

  • Plan Technical Presentations with Public Interest (families & non-engineers)

    GPS Navigation for Farm/

    HAM Radio Operations/

    RF Cars and Helicopters/


Remember jack sherman

Remember Jack Sherman

  • Jack Sherman, Chicago

  • Hold Meetings with multiple Chapters

  • Invite Distinguished Lecturers to Speak Three Times – @ business, @ university/college, @ section meeting

  • Senior members are great volunteers


Most active chapters in 2009

Most Active Chapters in 2009

  • CENTRAL INDIANA PE/IA 7

  • CHICAGO IE/IA 7

  • TWIN CITIES R 7

  • CHICAGO COM 8

  • SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN EMC 8

  • CHICAGO PE 9

  • SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN AP/ED/MTT 10

  • SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN C 11

  • TWIN CITIES PE 11

  • TWIN CITIES TM 11

  • SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGANI E/PEL 14

  • SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN PE/IA 25


Secrets of most active

Secrets of Most Active

  • “You ‘godda’ Have a Passion!”

    Jim Blaha, Milwaukee EMC

  • Senior/Life Members Are Great Volunteers


Secrets of most active chapters

Secrets of Most Active Chapters

  • Hold Joint Chapter and Section Meetings

  • Include/Engage Students

  • Invite Well Beyond Your Area

  • Encourage Interaction Among Business & Engineers & Students

  • Recognize & Award Both Attendees and Sponsors


Summary

SUMMARY

  • COMMUNICATE

  • INFORM

  • ACTIVATE

  • RECOGNIZE

  • And next - EDUCATE


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