Orin Laney, PE, will describe the definition and history of engineering, the historical and legal basis for licensure, how a license is obtained, the role in protecting the public, and possible consequences of unlicensed work.
Learn about the recently completed flight qualification process on the International Space Station of some important systems that will enable future exploration of the Moon and beyond.
This event will provide an introduction to the work done by a technical Expert Witness and what skills are needed, and will also provide some suggestions about how to get started.
This talk will provide deep insight into the reasons behind the impact that flash memory has had on today's world, including the myriad of applications made possible by its compactness, shock resistance, and use of low power.
This talk will discuss how Netflix Studio is able to produce thousands of movies, shows, trailers, and other forms of media content each year, requiring hundreds of petabytes of storage and billions of media assets.
This presentation provides an overview of the many activities in which IEEE-CNSV is involved, and it does this in the context of discussing the Best Practices for Running a Successful Local Consultants' Network.
In conjunction with the presence of the MOVE Community Outreach truck at the conference, this is a panel discussion among representatives from organizations involved with emergency response and disaster recovery.
This presentation will be an open discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing young engineers, women in engineering, and minorities in both academia and industry.
This talk will provide some history of AV development and safety at the Carnegie Mellon National Robotics Engineering Center that has led to the development of the ANSI/UL 4600 standard for AV safety.