Announcements

Upcoming Workshop: November 19th

This last workshop of the semester is an important workshop to attend! Especially, if you are interested in becoming an officer for the 2019-2020 school year. We will be teaching you the program and the hardware that we used in the Sphero Maze Race. If you don't want to be an officer, but want to know how we made it, come over! No prior knowledge is required. No RSVP is necessary, just bring yourself and a friend! (Fall Workshop Schedule)

Location: CSUB, Science 3, Room 313

Date & Time: Monday, November 19th, 10 AM - 2 PM



Thank you for taking our questionnaire!

Thank you to everyone who took our questionnaire. Your input will help us plan for future events. Also, we are still looking for t-shirt design ideas for our upcoming t-shirt sale, so please don't hesitate to contact us at ieee.csub@gmail.com with a picture of your design! If we get more than one design, we will send out another survey to vote for the best t-shirt design! Please submit your t-shirt design by Monday, November 19. Thank you!



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IEEE Dinner Meeting - Eaton Presentation on Adding Generation to Industrial Plants

Thank you to our keynote speaker, JJ Dai, for that presentation about advanced power systems and how they can be beneficial to oil and gas customers. And thank you to Eaton Corporation for co-sponsoring the IEEE Dinner Meeting at Hodel's Country Dining.



Sphero Maze Race at RowdyCon

Thanks to everyone who came by our booth to play the game! And thank you to all of our volunteers for helping us! We hope you enjoyed playing our Pacman-themed game as much as we had fun making it for everyone who came to RowdyCon to support the children's hospital! Check out our photo album of the event here.



Kick-Off Meeting

Thanks for coming to our Kick-Off meeting! And thank you, Kurt Conklin, for the wonderful presentations about the U-2 "Dragon Lady" and the Skunk Works! Check out our photo album of the event here.