Tags » IEEE

Popular Engineering Related Channels on YouTube

EWeek – With this being the first day of Engineers Week 2017 I thought that these videos and YouTube channels might be of interest.

  1. Grant Thompson’s YouTube channel “
  2. 252 more words
Space

Whew! College. Workshops. Exams.

Well well well. Who knew there’d be so much to do in college!!?

Every day something or the other turns up. And I’m finding it increasingly harder to keep up :/ Exams are fast approaching and I know jack-shit. 193 more words

College

Exploiting Density to Track Human Behavior in Crowded Environments

For the Internet of Things to be people-centered, things need to identify when people and their things are nearby. In this article, we present the design, implementation, and deployment of a positioning system based on mobile and fixed inexpensive proximity sensors that we use to track when individuals are close to an instrumented object or placed at certain points of interest. 122 more words

Publications

February 2017 IEEE Central Texas Section Newsletter Published

I finally wrapped up the February issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter and published it. If you live in Central Texas and are interested in Tech, you will find many meetings mentioned that you may be interested in. 28 more words

Engineering

Put José M.F. Moura on the IEEE President Ballot!

José Moura was nominated to be considered as a candidate for IEEE President. The IEEE Board of Directors (BoD) is the body that decides who the candidates will be. 207 more words

Semiconductor eyed for next-generation 'power electronics': Beta Gallium Oxide

The schematic at left shows the design for an experimental transistor made of a semiconductor called beta gallium oxide, which could bring new ultra-efficient switches for applications such as the power grid, military ships and aircraft. 436 more words

Nanotechnology

Submitted IEEE ETAP IoT S&P Whitepaper

Submitted IEEE ETAP IoT Whitepaper, Internet of Things (IoT) Security and Privacy Best Practices

Research