Date: Sep 19 2019.
Time: 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM (EDT)
Speaker: Don Herres
313 Monroe Avenue (Parking and Public Safety Pavilion)
United States 18510
Event Details & Registration: (URL)
For most of the world, especially in business, we engage in strange activities that defy explanation in a presentation. As a mechanical engineer friend of mine once put it, she does not delve into the black arts.
In business meetings, EMI is something that we should resolve, preferably without impacting project cost or schedule. ROI (return on investment) is the dominant acronym.
This presentation will focus on three topics:
An overview of IEEE globally, who we are and what we do. We are multibillion dollar corporation among other things.
Electrical, electronics and software engineering and how we are seen in the business environment.
How can IEEE add value for new graduates to enhance their careers? The best way to do so is ask the younger members who attend.
Don is currently IEEE Region 2 East Area Chair and a past chair of the Lehigh Valley Section. He is an IEEE Senior Life Member.
He is a consultant for electrical, electronic, and embedded software design for consumer products, sharing knowledge and mentoring based on more than 35 years of successful product introductions. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer in New York and Pennsylvania and earned his BSEE from SUNY Buffalo and MSEE from Syracuse University.