Our third official general body meeting - 3/25

Our Second general body meeting

Our first general body meeting

Weekly Meeting Recap: Rudi Streif

Who: Rudi Streif
When: Tuesday November 5th, 2013 @ 11AM
Where: E423B
Topic: Mastering open source
Synopsis: Rudi Streif, director of embedded solutions at Linux foundation, gave a presentation about open source. Here is the presentation recorded for you.

Weekly Meeting Recap: Dr Fred Harris

Who: Dr. Fred Harris, Professor
When: Tuesday October 15th, 2013 @ 11AM
Where: E423B
Topic: The History of Radio
Synopsis: Professor Harris, who is an expert in the field of Digital Signal Processing, presented on the topic of the history of Radio. He explains how the radio has originated and how it evolved. He also explained where breadboarding and breadboards names came from.

MEETING RECAP: Mr. Larry Hinkle

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Who: Larry Hinkle
When: Tuesday October 15th, 2013 @ 11AM
Where: E423B
Topic: Resume Wrokshop

MEETING RECAP: SDG&E

Who: SDG&E
When: Tuesday October 8th, 2013 @ 11AM
Where: E423B
Topic: IT Associate Opportunites
Synopsis: The SDG&E representatives talked about the great opportunities that are available for every Computer and Electrical Engineers. They also provied us with the email of the IT Associate Rotation & Intern Programs Lead, Karen Dickman KDickman@SempraUtilities.com.

MEETING RECAP: Dr. Ken Arnold

Who: Dr. Ken Arnold, Professor
When: Tuesday September 24th, 2013 @ 11AM
Where: E423B
Topic: HiTech EdVentures

MEETING RECAP: Dr. Tae Kuk Ko

Who: Dr. Tae Kuk Ko, Power engineer from Seoul, Korea.
When: Tuesday september 17th, 2013 @ 11AM
Where: E423B
Topic: Fundermentals of Superconducting Power Applications and Introduction to Superconductivity
Synopsis: Dr. Tae Kuk Ko discussed the concept and theories of superconductivity and zero resistance.

MEETING RECAP: Dr. Fred Harris

Who: Dr. Fred Harris, Professor
When: Tuesday september 10th, 2013 @ 11AM
Where: E423B
Topic: Digital Signal Processing
Synopsis: Dr. Fred Harris. Professor Harris, who is an expert in the field of Digital Signal Processing, presented on the topic of Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT's) and their several applications in our everyday lives.
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