IEEE FOOTHILL ENTREPRENEURSHIP FORUM #3

January 6, 2015 in Cross posts, Foothill Section, LACCN, OCCN by tsnyderpe

ANNOUNCEMENT: IEEE FOOTHILL SECTION PACE GROUP PRESENTS


IEEE FOOTHILL ENTREPRENEURSHIP FORUM #3


9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

AT DEVRY UNIVERSITY POMONA

901 Corporate Center Drive, Room 204-206, Pomona CA 91768


This Forum will be of interest to our Engineers in the IEEE Foothill Section / Inland Empire region as well as all IEEE engineers throughout Southern California who have an interest and a need to know about the critical issues facing Engineering Entrepreneurs and Engineering Consultants. It will help these budding Engineering Entrepreneurs and Engineering Consultants plan their transition from their current professional employment mode into these professional states. Even if you have not made a definite commitment to go this professional route, the presentations and follow-up Q&A sessions should help you consider the potential pitfalls and rewards ahead. This is a plus in your career planning. All practicing engineers, as well as current engineering consultants, will find these presentations timely and informative. Expect to be challenged by the professional speakers at this Forum.

Separate sessions are planned for these topics:

  •  Mobile Communications with Social Media for Engineers,
  •  Updated US Patent Law Issues for Engineering Entrepreneurs,
  •  Ethical Issues that Confront the Practicing Engineer,
  •  “Start-up Engineer Entrepreneurs Tell Their Story”.

For further information on our speakers, and their topics, please see our IEEE Foothill website:

http://foothill.ieee-bv.org/2014/12/ieee-foothill-entrepreneurship-forum-3-set-for-january-31-2015/

For event registration information, please see:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-start-2015-ieee-foothill-entrepreneurship-forum-3-tickets-15125310210

PRESENTATION (1) MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS WITH SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ENGINEERS

PRESENTOR: TRIBHUWAN CHOUBEY

TOPICS INCLUDE: A look at Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yammer, iPhone app Talko and others. Yes, Social Media, but are they productive for EEs and other engineers? What information do engineers need to communicate? When do they need to communicate it? How best to communicate it?

PRESENTATION (2) UPDATED US PATENT LAW ISSUES FOR ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURS

PRESENTOR: RAYMOND ROBERTS, BSEE, JD

TOPICS INCLUDE: How has the Smith-Leahy law passed by US Congress in September 2012 been implemented? What changes in this law have been proposed? How would the SCOTUS decision April 2014 in “ALICE” potentially effect engineering entrepreneurs?

PRESENTATION (3) ETHICAL ISSUES THAT CONFRONT THE PRACTICING ENGINEER,

PRESENTOR: FRANK G FREYNE , BEE, PhD

TOPICS INCLUDE: Why do Engineers need Ethics? How and Why do Personal Ethics and Business Ethics differ? How do they overlap and complement each other? A view of the historical path which led towards development of business ethics. Some contemporary Business Ethics issues that need discussion, including Insider trading, Software development, EEs changing jobs, Wage fixing.

PRESENTATION (4) START-UP ENGINEER ENTREPRENEURS TELL THEIR STORY

PRESENTORS:

KIP CLYDE BROWN PE, CHAIR CMBJR CONSULTING INC & KENDALL R WATERS PhD, DIRECTOR ACIST MEDICAL SYSTEMS

 

TOPICS INCLUDE: (TENTATIVE) Characteristics of a successful EE entrepreneur.
Planning cycle and risk management. Realistic versus unrealistic expectations in schedules and accomplishments. Salesmanship and marketing efforts. And, most important, Lessons Learned, through experiences.
SCHEDULE FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 2015

9:00 AM— INTRODUCTION OF ATTENDEES AND SPEAKERS

9:15 AM— PRESENTATION (1) — MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS WITH SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ENGINEERS,

10:15 AM— PRESENTATION (2) — UPDATED US PATENT LAW ISSUES FOR ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURS

11:15 AM—PRESENTATION (3) — ETHICAL ISSUES THAT CONFRONT THE PRACTICING ENGINEER

12:15 TO 1:00 PM — LUNCH

1:00 PM— PRESENTATION (4) — START-UP ENGINEER ENTREPRENEURS TELL THEIR STORY

2:30 PM TO 3:00 PM — OVERALL Q&A SESSION AND WRAP-UP

FEES AND REGISTRATION:
$30 FOR IEEE MEMBERS; $40 FOR NON-IEEE MEMBERS; $10 FOR STUDENTS

COOL Chips XVII

December 20, 2014 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Computer, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

April 13-15, 2015

YokohamaJoho Bunka Center, Yokohama, Japan

(Yokohoma Media & Communication Center)

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Important Dates

  • February 3, 2015 Extended Abstract Submission
  • March 11, 2015   Acceptance Notifed
  • March 16, 2015   Poster Abstract Submission
  • March 24, 2015   Poster  Acceptance Notified
  • March 27, 2015   Final Manuscript Submission

Our Energy Dilemma, and An Audacious Solution

September 11, 2014 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

Co-sponsored by Orange County and Los Angeles County Consultants Networks

Dr. Goodman will explain how humans are unique animals in their use of energy. How we really need to use a lot of energy to thrive, and yet–getting most of that energy as we now do by burning something–we are rapidly making the Earth uninhabitable for humans.

This is our dilemma: How to get all the energy we need without killing ourselves in the process. Dr. Goodman will then describe briefly a very audacious solution that not only gives us all the energy we could possibly use and at a cost far smaller than what we now are paying, it will also let us cure our global climate problem, and much more. If we choose this path we’ll face a wondrous array of engineering challenges along the way, and reap enormous benefits at the end. Do any of you wish for space travel for everyone? That’s included as well.

Location:
Building: DeVry University Pomona Campus
Room Number: 204/206
901 Corporate Center Drive
Pomona,  California
United States 91768
Date: 04-October-2014
Time: 10:00AM to 03:00PM (5.00 hours) All times are: America/Los_Angeles

No Admission Charge.

Click Here to Register

Speaker:

John M Goodman

Topic: Our Energy Dilemma, and An Audacious Solution

Dr. Goodman will explain how humans are unique animals in their use of energy. How we really need to use a lot of energy to thrive, and yet–getting most of that energy as we now do by burning something–we are rapidly making the Earth uninhabitable for humans. This is our dilemma: How to get all the energy we need without killing ourselves in the process. Dr. Goodman will then describe briefly a very audacious solution that not only gives us all the energy we could possibly use and at a cost far smaller than what we now are paying, it will also let us cure our global climate problem, and much more. If we choose this path we’ll face a wondrous array of engineering challenges along the way, and reap enormous benefits at the end. Do any of you wish for space travel for everyone? That’s included as well.

Biography: John M. Goodman is a writer, designer, consultant, and inventor. Educated at Swarthmore College (B.A. in Physics with minors in Math and Chemistry) and Cornell University (Ph.D. in Physics with a minor in the History of Science and Technology), he has taught at a variety of high profile institutions including Harvey Mudd College and California Institute of the Arts. He also has been a consultant to numerous organizations including Scientific American magazine, Charles and Rae Eames design studio, and Intelligent Optical Systems, among others.

He is an author (with eight published books and numerous articles, so far), an inventor, a grant writer, and has taught physical science, mathematics, computer science and practical computer maintenance in a wide range of venues. He was President of one of the largest computer user groups in the nation as well as a respected journalist writing for InfoWorld and Byte magazines. He also founded and ran an interactive science museum, predecessor to the Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana.

He is a life member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi and has at times been a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association of Museums, American Association of Physics Teachers, American Physical Society, Computer Press

Association, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Mensa, Museum Educators of Southern California, and the Orange County Arts Alliance.

Address: California, United States

Meeting Agenda:

10.00AM – Introductions and Meeting Start

10.30AM – 1.00PM Main Lecture by Dr. Goodman

1.00PM – 2.00PM Networking and Lunch

2.00PM – 3.00PM Networking and Adjournment

LED Design and its applications

May 7, 2014 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

LED Design and its applications Part 2:

http://foothill.ieee-bv.org/2014/05/report-on-led-application-and-design-part-2-talk-sponsored-by-ieee-pes-chapter-and-ieee-pes-student-chapter/

 

 

A Presentation by Mr. Ray Malki from Hi Tech Architect

Sponsored by the Power & Energy (PES) Chapter of IEEE Foothill Section, and the IEEE Student PES Chapter of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Thursday, May 8, 2014, 7PM to 9:00 PM

Held At California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Summary of this Presentation: “Why LED is Successful”

The presentation will be an overview of the nature of LED and the LED impact on power saving.  How the LED associate accessory are making it successful.  The variety of Low, Medium and High Power LED The varieties of LED Colors are allowed for more creative opportunities.  And The LED impact on the present and the future of lighting

Summary about Presenter:

Ray Malki, Hi Tech Architect, is an Electronic Engineer (1980, Damascus-Syria) and has a MBA in International Marketing (1997, Azusa Pacific University). Ray is an IEEE Member since 1986.

Since 2006, Hi Tech Architect of Glendora, CA has been involved in Energy Management and Project Management.

Main Projects include car dealership, parking lots, parks, gyms, classrooms, hospitals, office buildings and industrial warehouses. Most projects have had significant results in savings.

Event date:

Thursday evening 05/08/2014, Open to all engineers and the interested public, no fee to attend the presentation

Event Schedule:

7:00 PM 7:30 PM: Refreshments, meeting and greeting

7:30 PM 8:30 PM: Talk by Ray Malki

8:30PM 9:00PM: Q& A

Event Location and Parking details:

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768

Building 5-017 (Point Building) , Room 98-C
For Further information about the campus directions, and to RSVP contact Barry Langer at Barry Langer blanger120@gmail.com

For further information about the technical presentation, please contact IEEE Foothill Section PES Chair, Tribhuwan Choubey at tchoubey@gmail.com

Input these GPS Locations into Google for the building and parking structure.

New Business Building

34.061479,-117.819463

Parking Structure (which has self service parking dispensers). Please note: $3.00 fee to park on CPP campus on Saturday for this talk. Please carpool as convenient to you and your associates.

34.060253,-117.816782

Parking Kiosk (manned parking booth)

34.057929,-117.81881

ISDC 2014 – A Space Renaissance!

May 2, 2014 in Buenaventura Section, Careers, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Cross posts, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section, Societies by tsnyderpe

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Volunteering Positions

Social Media
Door Monitors
Registrations
VIP Coordinator Assistant
Saturday Night Celebration Party
Meal Coordinator
Exhibitor Table Set Up
Tour Captain
Student Coordinator
Other

The AIAA Los Angeles-Las Vegas Section is looking for volunteers. People are encouraged to volunteer for more than 1 day. Volunteers must commit to a minimum of 4 hours (on the same day). Volunteers will be comped for the time they serve. People who volunteer for the social media promotion effort will receive free conference registration.

If you would like to volunteer, please contact us at ISDC2014.Volunteers@nss.org For general questions related to the conference please contact ISDC2014.ProgramChair@nss.org
 

We are still recruiting for judges to help at the upcoming VEX World Championship in Anaheim from April 24-26.

April 2, 2014 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

Vex World
Vex World

Nancy McIntyre
Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
Inspiring students, one robot at a time.
www.roboticseducation.org
nancy_mcintyre@roboticseducation.org
(805) 428-1528

UCLA Extension Spring 2014 Short Course

March 6, 2014 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Education, Foothill Section, Metro Los Angeles, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

UCLA Extension is offering Spring 2014 Short Courses. UCLA Extension is one
of the largest providers of continuing education in the United States, and
continues a 50+ year tradition of presenting quality technical and
management short courses for engineers, information technology
professionals, and technical managers seeking to keep abreast of new and
rapidly changing technologies. Take a 2-5 day short course emphasizing on
highly specialized content.

We will be offering a short course on DSP for Communication Systems on
April 16-18. This course addresses how engineering functions can be
implemented in a cost-effective way by using computational means instead of
analog hardware.
Sign up now!

pdf icon Spring-2014-Short-Course-brochure.pdf

UCLA Extenstion Spring 2014 Short Courses
UCLA Extension Spring 2014 Short Courses

 

ECE SOFTWARE ESSENTIAL WORKSHOPS

February 5, 2014 in Buenaventura Section, Careers, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Computer, Cross posts, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

2013 IEEE San Fernando Valley Section (SFVS) Outline:
PSpice, MATLAB Workshops (Intermediate Level)

Purpose:
The Engineering Essentials Workshop is a set of free intermediate courses on the following PSpice and MATLAB tools for engineering careers. These free workshops are offered to help give student engineers a leg up on your education, while providing them with an opportunity to network with other engineering students and industry professionals. Open to students from all disciplines. In addition, workshops provide a venue to attract non-members to join IEEE members.

Logistics:
• Saturday, March 1, 2014.
• California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
• Schedule:
o Pspice 9:30 AM-12:00 PM (Room TBA)
o Matlab 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM (Room TBA)
• Maximum audience of 40 people per workshop
• Workshops are free
• Lunch is scheduled from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM in JD 2201
o Lunch for IEEE/HKN members is free
o Lunch for non IEEE/HKN members is $5

Topics Covered:
• Intermediate to Matlab (Hosted by CSUN Professor)
• Intermediate to PSpice

Funding Support from LAC:
• $500

Other Funding Support Resources:
• IEEE SFV
• IEEE SFV GOLD
• IEEE CSUN Student

Results from Software Essentials Workshop FALL 2013:
• Workshops were filled with 10-15 people attending each – mostly students and some industry professionals.
• Good opportunity to network among the attendees.
• Encouraged non-members to sign up, which included a discount for lunch as an incentive.

mathlab

 

 

IEEE Radio Wireless Week – January 19 to 21 in Newport Beach

December 21, 2013 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

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We have some expert speakers on wireless, including Dr. G. P. Li from UC Irvine on the panel, as well as Prof Yahya Rahmat-Samii from UCLA and John Walley from Broadcom.   This wireless panel on Jan 19 is free to attend and open to all IEEE members and guests.  Details are attached.

NOTE:  This is the kickoff event for the IEEE Radio Wireless Week conference that will be held on Jan 19-21 at the Marriott Newport Beach Hotel.  Details are at http://www.radiowirelessweek.org/

We would like to have a full house at this free event on Jan 19 with these great speakers so your help promoting it would be appreciated!

UCLA Extension is offering Winter 2014 Short Courses.

December 10, 2013 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

UCLA Extension is offering Winter 2014 Short Courses.  UCLA Extension is one of the largest providers of continuing education in the United States, and continues a 50+ year tradition of presenting quality technical and management short courses for engineers, information technology professionals, and technical managers seeking to keep abreast of new and rapidly changing technologies. Take a 2-5 day short course emphasizing on highly specialized content.

 

We will be offering a short course on Multitarget/Multisensor Data Fusion Techniques on Jan 22-24.  This course describes sensor and data fusion methods that improve the probability of correct target detection, classification, identification, and state estimation. These techniques combine information from collocated or dispersed sensors that utilize either similar or different technologies to generate target signatures or imagery. Topics include the effects of the atmosphere and countermeasures on millimeter-wave and infrared sensors to illustrate how the use of different phenomenology-based sensors enhances a data fusion system.

 

Sign up now!  https://www.uclaextension.edu/shortcourses/Pages/courses_byQuarter/winter2014/w14z5918.aspx

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2013 METRO LA new Computer Society Chapter

December 10, 2013 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Computer, Cross posts, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

2013 METRO LA CSC  MEETING 12-14-13Download a copy of the flyer: 2013 METRO LA CSC MEETING 12-14-13   If you know any
member who wishes to attend this meeting, please forward him/her the above
flyer.

Astronautical Engineering certificate program

December 3, 2013 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Cross posts, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

I wanted to reach out and let you know that we are offering one course in our Astronautical Engineering certificate program that you may be interested in. I’ve included a PDF of the advertisement for the class if you would like to share this information with anybody. Please feel free to direct any questions to me.

Have a wonderful day!

Best,

Krystle Joy Santos
Program Representative
UCLA Extension-Department of Engineering & Technology
10995 Le Conte Avenue, Room 540
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(P) 310-825-0213
(E) ksantos@unex.ucla.edu

Find out more about E&T here:
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Spacecraft Structure Design and Analysis

Spacecraft Structure Design and Analysis

Big Data Developer Day – Costa Mesa, CA – December 5, 2013

December 3, 2013 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

This exclusive, complimentary event will give attendees a unique, hands on opportunity to learn more about our big data platform and technologies directly from the development experts.  Three reasons you should invite you clients to come to this:

1. It is free
2. It’s run by IBM Developers and is a technical event. No marketing pitch. Perfect for an IT audience that just wants to talk with other technical types. 
3. Hands on. Half the day will be hands on labs where your customers can start using BigInsights & Streams. 

Abstract
Experience IBM’s enterprise-class big data platform that allows you to address the full spectrum of big data business challenges. The morning will include interactive discussions and live demonstrations of big data at rest and big data in motion.  Demos may include social media and log analytics, and hands on with Hadoop scripting and text analytics with guidance from development experts. This is a unique opportunity to develop skills and learn about exciting technologies and techniques that you can immediately take back to your organization

This is an excellent opportunity to help build visibility and educate these influencers on the unique value of the IBM big data platform strategy.  

Additional information can be found at the Los Angeles Meetup group.  Joining the Meetup group can allow attendees to stay in touch with announcements/technologies coming in the future:  http://www.meetup.com/Big-Data-Developers-in-Los-Angeles/.  In order to guarantee a seat at the event, attendees must register at: http://ibm.co/1bhS1pW 

Thanks,

Nancy M. Berlin
Information Management 
Big Data Developer Day Program
Office: 770-454-9730  Cell:  770-335-7158
internet:  nberlin@us.ibm.com
IM: nberlinibm
mail:  4533 Holliston Road, Atlanta, GA 30360

Ralph Hileman – Please keep Ralph Hileman’s family in your prayers as Ralph passed Thursday night (10/24/2013).

October 29, 2013 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Cross posts, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

Our dear friend and colleague

Hi folks,
The Celebration of Life for Ralph Hileman will take place Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 3 pm at the following location.

Riverside Community Center for Spiritual Living
3891 Ridge Road
Riverside, CA 92501
951-683-2343

Judy informed me that contributions would be greatly appreciated instead of flowers regardless of the amount and can be sent to her at

Judy Hileman
14176 Grande Vista Ave.
Perris, CA 92570

Judi Hileman

This is truly the type of tragedy that we need to address.  So many talented individuals give their entire lives and are left destitute in spite of their accomplishments.

Best regards,
Cash

IEEE Foothill Section Computer Society Chapter Meeting Thursday, 26 September 2013 @ 7-9pm

September 21, 2013 in Computer, Education, Foothill Section by tsnyderpe

IEEE Foothill Section Computer Society Chapter Meeting Thursday, 26 September 2013 @ 7-9pm

Cal Poly University, Pomona, CA (50 seats available; RSVP for pizza dinner required) Bronco Student Center Bldg 35, CENTAURUS Room

Fee $5 parking available at Campus Main Lot MAP – http://www.csupomona.edu/maps/directions.php

Agenda:

  • 7:00 P.M. – 7:15 P.M. Networking – Pizza provided at no cost
  • 7:15 P.M. – 7:25 P.M. Announcements – Bill Grist, Computer Society Chair
  • 7:25 P.M. – 7:30 P.M. Introduction of Professor Dr. Daniel Manson
  • 7:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M. Presentation/Lecture
  • 8:30 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. Questions & Answers

Topic: 5,000 + 5,000 by 2020 – The National Cybersecurity Sports Federation

(Please pre-submit some questions, email with your RSVP, if you can.)

Speaker: Daniel Manson, Ph.D. Professor, Cal Poly CPP Pomona CA

Abstract Title: 5,000 + 5,000 by 2020 – The National Cybersecurity Sports Federation

Abstract: The National Science Foundation has funded a proposal to create The National Cybersecurity Sports Federation (NCSF). The primary objective of this proposal is to bring together the community of cybersecurity academic, industry and government leaders in cybersecurity competitions, to induce shared goals and values, and to create an umbrella organization for a national sport of cybersecurity. This project will enable middle schools, high schools, colleges and professionals to align cyber competitions with middle, secondary, and career/technical institutions, in sync with industry and government cybersecurity needs. We believe under the leadership of the NCSF thousands for young people will follow a path that enables 5,000 hours of hands-on cybersecurity training before they attend college and 5,000 hours during college. This talk will present the NCSF vision and discuss how the Cal Poly Team has been involved over the past few years, plus their Team results. About th!
e Speaker Dan Manson, CISSP, is a Professor at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona). Dr. Manson teaches Information Systems Auditing, Internet Security and Computer Forensics in the College of Business Administration Computer Information Systems undergraduate and Master of Science in Information Systems Auditing programs. From September 2003 to March 2004 and January to December 2006, Dr. Manson served as the campus Information Security Officer for Cal Poly Pomona. Dr. Manson led the effort for Cal Poly Pomona to be designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education in 2005 and again in 2008. Dr. Manson is in charge of the Western Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition and California Cyber Challenge as part of the United States Cyber Challenge. Dan is Principal Investigator on a new NSF grant to create a National Cybersecurity Sports Federation. Dan has been co-Principal Investigator on three National S!
cience Foundation grants to support workforce, curriculum and professi
o
nal development in cyber security, including the current CyberWatch West NSF ATE Regional Center grant. Dan serves on the Academic Relations Committee for the Los Angeles Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association and as President of the Southern California High Technology Crime Investigation Association.

All Students Are Welcome to Attend

Event Sponsored by Cal Poly Pomona IEEE
&
IEEE Foothill Section – http://www.ieee-foothill.org/

RSVP

RSVP by e-mailing your request to: bill.grist@ieee.org no later than September 24th (for pizza & room size count)

Driving Directions to Cal Poly Pomona

From Los Angeles: Take the 10 freeway EAST and exit at Kellogg Drive. From Orange County: Take the 57 freeway NORTH to Temple Avenue and exit north (left-hand turn) to the campus. From The Inland Empire: Take the 10 freeway WEST and exit at Kellogg Drive. From the Pasadena area: Take the 210 freeway EAST to 57 Freeway SOUTH. Exit on Temple Avenue and turn north (right-hand turn) to the campus.

Visitors may park in any student parking lot, with the exception of parking lots F-1, P, and the marked areas of lot B, which are reserved for on-campus residential community parking (residence halls and/or suites). In addition, the faculty/staff lots C, and J-1 & 2 are also available for student or visitor use after 5:30 p.m. Please note that all other faculty/staff lot require a faculty/staff permit at all times and are not available for student or visitor use.

Daily Visitor parking permit cost is $5.00 per day. You must purchase a parking permit from either the Parking Information booth located at the edge of Lot C or from one of the many self-serve booths located throughout campus. All students, faculty, staff, and visitors who park a vehicle on the campus at California State University, Pomona must purchase and display a permit. (Please note that parking rates are subject to change at any time with or without notice).