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ATE Events — March 2017

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(3 days)

Cobo Center1 Washington BlvdDetroitMichigan48226

Stay ahead of the game and be better prepared to confront cyber challenges by attending the 5th Automotive Cyber Security Summit. Join IQPC as cyber security experts from both inside and outside the auto industry share their perspectives on how auto cyber security should be tackled. As part of their Auto Cyber series, this Summit will be the first to showcase tracked sessions, divided based on key challenges being faced by auto players in the cyber security space.

Join forces with over 500 industry professionals when you attend the AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy. This is your opportunity to engage with the nation’s top S&T policy experts, strengthen existing relationships, and create new ones. The Forum is the major public meeting in the U.S. on S&T policy issues. It provides dedicated networking time with top policymakers and the chance to connect and learn from the innovative ideas at work. The Forum brings together the science and policy communities to exchange ideas and discuss the future of science and technology.

Though Sustainability for ATE projects and Centers involves many sources of support, including strong partnerships and institutional buy-in, revenue generation is still considered the brass ring for those seeking to expand their work widely. That said, the path from grant-funded initiative to revenue-generating entity is difficult and many struggle with this transition, in everything from understanding the needs of the market, to the organizational structured needed to support income generation. In this live webinar, we will be joined by Casey O’Brien, who as PI of the National CyberWatch Center has been able to identify ways sell access to the course materials they have developed, and continues to think about how to make what they do relevant for different types of customers.  Casey will share his experiences with us, including how to determine what the customer wants – and will pay for; the sorts of organizational and governance structures that are needed; and how best to get started.

 

(2 days)

The Westin O'Gare6100 N River RdRosemontIllinois60018

Internet of Things North America is an innovative event covering advanced connectivity and cloud based monitoring/control of devices, facilities, automobiles, people, and enterprise operations. Already in its fourth year, the 2017 event will be held in Chicago, Ill. area on March 29-30, 2017. It will consist of two full days of educational sessions along with an exhibition showcasing solutions in areas such as machine and device connectivity, IoT standards and standardization, and more.

The AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy will host the third annual science diplomacy conference, “Science Diplomacy 2017,” in Washington, D.C. following the AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy. The one-day conference will bring scientists, policymakers, practitioners, and students together around emerging aspects of science diplomacy. You can watch sessions from Science Diplomacy 2016 and Science Diplomacy 2015 online.

Discover the world of computer coding using an Arduino microcontroller. Create code to interact with electronic circuits and more at this intermediate-level boot camp, every Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 at the Brown Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Y-208.

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In addition to developing a good idea with supporting goals and activities, it is imperative that key stakeholders both internal and external be committed to the work of the proposed grant. This session will focus on the various types of stakeholders including, but not limited to, the main institution’s and any partner institution’s administration, staff, and faculty; a strong evaluator with a detailed evaluation plan; and engaged business, industry, and community members.

Discover the world of computer coding using an Arduino microcontroller. Create code to interact with electronic circuits and more at this weekly beginner's boot camp, every Thursday from 5:30-7:30 at the Brown Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Y-208.

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Register now for the 2017 National Geographic Bee.The Coordinator of the New York Geographic Bee is Jeanne O'Bryan, a member of our Board of Directors. Tim McDonnell will be moderating the final competition this year. The state winner will go on to Washington, DC in May 15th.

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JW Marriott Resort and SpaTusconAZ

Despite the growing demand and tremendous opportunities in the job market, cybersecurity remains an area where there is significant shortage of skilled professionals regionally, nationally and internationally. Even worse, women’s representation in this male-dominated field of security is alarmingly low. Beyond the annual conference, WiCyS is a community of engagement, encouragement and support for women in cybersecurity.

EducateWorkforce is an online learning solution offered with partnering 2-year colleges to help integrate web and digital solutions into their existing courses. The platform was designed by multiple instructional design, usability, and computing experts to include research-based learning features.

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Cobo Center1 Washington BlvdDetroitMichigan48226

AutoRama, World of Wheels, and Cavalcade of Customs welcomes automotive school groups of high school and college level students. New for this year includes automotive design, engineering, manufacturing, marine, motorcycle, small engine and welding. During the day, students will have an opportunity to meet with car owners and builders, participate in several interactive exhibits, and talk to representatives from area colleges and tech schools. Scholarship opportunities are also available from many of these schools.

There are six more Student Career Day events across the country throughout March for students to attend if they cannot make the Detroit event.

Chicago, IL March 3  
Salt Lake City, UT        March 3  
Minneapolis, MN March 17  
Omaha, NE March 17  
Winnipeg, MB March 24  
Boston, MA March 31

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Discover the world of computer coding using an Arduino microcontroller. Create code to interact with electronic circuits and more at this weekly beginner's boot camp, every Monday from 5:30-7:30 at the Brown Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Y-208.

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Discover the world of computer coding using an Arduino microcontroller. Create code to interact with electronic circuits and more at this weekly beginner's boot camp, every Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 at the Brown Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Y-208.

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Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center219 S Harrison RoadEast LansingMichigan48824

This flagship event, sponsored in part by the MSU School of Criminal Justice, seeks to draw world class social and technical science researchers together and present their work in order to promote collaboration between the disciplines and identify new avenues of research to enrich both fields. In addition, the conference links both fields to industry and policy-makers to transform the landscape of cybersecurity, policy, and practice.  The 2017 theme is "Linking the Human and the Machine to Secure Cyberspace.

(2 days)

Karls Hall, Missouri State University901 S NationalSpringfieldMissouri65897

Join Dr. Barry Gump for a two-day workshop based around three chemistry sessions in which attendees will learn about malolactic fermentation, refractometry, and the distilation and titration methods in wine-making. 

IRSC Chastain Campus2400 SE Salerno RdStuartFlorida34997

Stuart AAUW & LASER-TEC are sponsoring a Saturday, four-week program to introduce 7th & 8th grade girls to future technology career opportunities. The camp is being facilitated by women in STEM and is offered at no cost to qualified participants. The girls will discover exciting applications for lasers and laser systems and explore science and technology in a highly-interactive environment.

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(4 days)

Knoxville Convention CenterKnoxvilleTN

This conference is unlike any other you will attend this year. You won’t just learn by sitting in workshops and presentations. MARCON’s intimate size allows you the opportunity to collaborate one-on-one with the presenters, exhibitors and other attendees. Join us as companies share their best practices, and information on new and emerging technologies, methods and techniques in the area of Reliability and Maintenance Engineering and Management. This conference is a forum for all — practitioners, specialists, managers, educators, students, and even the new and uninitiated.

(4 days)

Palm Springs Convention Center277 N Avenida CaballerosPalm SpringsCalifornia92262

Registration includes all scheduled developer sessions, continental breakfasts, beverage breaks, daily lunches, the GIS Solutions Expo Welcome Reception, Meet the Teams Social, and the Thursday Developer Summit Party.

(4 days)

Washington State Convention Center (WSCC)705 Pike StSeattleWashington98101

The Technical Symposium is the flagship conference of the Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE). SIGCSE 2017 welcomes colleagues from around the world to present demos, lightning talks, papers, panels, posters, special sessions, and workshops, and to discuss computer science education in birds-of-a-feather sessions and informal settings. The SIGCSE Technical Symposium addresses problems common among educators working to develop, implement and/or evaluate computing programs, curricula, and courses. The symposium provides a forum for sharing new ideas for syllabi, laboratories, and other elements of teaching and pedagogy, at all levels of instruction.

This webinar will provide an insider’s look at unique characteristics of National Science Foundation (NSF) grant funding, particularly the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program. Guidelines and timelines will be shared along with tips to keep in mind if you have previously been funded by NSF ATE for a smaller grant and aspire to submit a proposal for a larger scope of work. Resources specific to preparing a competitive NSF ATE grant proposal will be highlighted.

(7 days)

Marriott Waterfront HotelMaryland 700 Aliceanna StreetBaltimoreMD

An exciting week of networking, exhibits, and the latest technological advancements in photogrammetry and remote sensing. Over 150 technical papers from academia, government, and private practitioners. Over 20 focused 2-hour and 4-hour workshops.

(4 days)

San Francisco Marriott Marquis780 Mission St.San FranciscoCA

Innovations 2017 is the premier event for professionals dedicated to improving organizational teaching and learning, and discovering new approaches for enhancing the community college experience. This international conference provides a forum for collaboration among academic experts and leading community college professionals, while granting participants exclusive access to the most inventive and thought-provoking programs from around the world.

Innovations 2017 is an event for professionals dedicated to improving organizational teaching and learning, and discovering new approaches for enhancing the community college experience. This international conference provides a forum for collaboration among academic experts and leading community college professionals, while granting participants exclusive access to inventive and thought-provoking programs from around the world.

(3 days)

The Washington Plaza Hotel10 Thomas CircleNorthwest Washington, DC20005

The International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) is hosting its second annual National Conference of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals in Washington, DC. The conference will break from the norm of day-long sessions of talking heads by conducting "decode sessions" that will include conference attendees who will help to devise innovative strategies to tackle cybersecurity’s diversity challenges.

 

This session will provide an opportunity for viewers of the recent CCTA webinar: Grant Proposal Resources, Roadmaps, and Timelines, to discuss questions they may still have concerning information shared at the March 9th webinar.

(2 days)

Moraine Valley Community College9000 College PkwyPalos HillsIllinois60465

Two-year and four-year colleges and universities are putting together their top tech-savvy students to form teams to compete. These teams will build and defend their mock production business infrastructure from professional “hackers” who are given the challenge to take each team’s production systems offline and breach their security.   While the teams work hard to fend off “hackers,” the competition judging staff will deploy network enhancement and upgrade challenges to teams, judging team’s performance, scoring and supporting the overall event.

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NEATEC presents a free two-day workshop for 2-yr and 4-yr college students, with particular emphasis in applications and techniques for the Semiconductor and Nanotechnology manufacturing industries. This is an opportunity for participants to learn or refresh their knowledge about the nature and applications of RF technology, in particular as it is used in the semiconductor and nanotechnology manufacturing industries. The course will focus on RF generation, RF power, transmission lines, impedance matching, reflected power, RF connectors, and other relevant topics.

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The Lodge at Geneva on the Lake488 N BroadwayGenevaOhio44041

This workshop will benefit winemakers, cellar workers, winery staff, and wine enthusiasts who seek a deeper understanding of these topics and their impact on a winery’s success. In addition, workshop attendees will be guided through sensory test methods to access perceived differences and preferences in wine.

This workshop will benefit winemakers, cellar workers, winery staff, and wine enthusiasts who seek a deeper understanding of these topics and their impact on a winery’s success. In addition, workshop attendees will be guided through sensory test methods to access perceived differences and preferences in wine.

(2 days)

The Oncenter Convention Center800 South State StSyracuseNew York13202

This workshop will benefit winemakers, cellar workers, winery staff, and wine enthusiasts who seek a deeper understanding of these topics and their impact on a winery’s success. In addition, workshop attendees will be guided through sensory test methods to access perceived differences and preferences in wine.

 

The National Marine Sanctuary Webinar Series provides educators with educational and scientific expertise, resources and training to support ocean and climate literacy in the classroom. This series targets formal and informal educators that are engaging students (elementary through college) in formal classroom settings, as well as members of the community in informal educational venues (e.g. after school programs, science centers, aquariums, etc.). This webinar will showcase how ROVs are used to explore our national marine sanctuaries and provide a basic overview of designing and building ROVs with students for your own explorations.

(3 days)

SUNY Polytechnic Institute257 Fuller RdAlbanyNew York12203

NEATEC presents a free three-day workshop for 2-yr and 4-yr college professors with particular emphasis in applications and techniques for the Semiconductor and Nanotechnology manufacturing industries. This is an opportunity for participants to learn about automation as used in the semiconductor and nanotechnology manufacturing industries. The workshop will focus on industrial automation, PLC’s, robotics and other related topics.

Outcome evaluation involves identifying and measuring the changes that occur as a result of project implementation. These changes may occur at the individual, organizational, or community levels and include changes in knowledge, skills, attitudes, behavior, and community/societal conditions. All too often, however, evaluations focus on project activities, rather than meaningful outcomes.  Webinar participants will learn how to identify appropriate outcomes to assess in an evaluation and how to use those outcomes as a foundation for planning or enhancing data collection, analysis, and interpretation.

The New York Council for the Social Studies will be holding their annual conference at the Albany Capital Center. The theme is "Literacy and Justice for All."

The New York Geographic Alliance will definitely be on site, with our new GIANT Map of New York. Revisit this page soon to find out more about this conference. 

You can find out more information about the NYSCSS Conference on their website: http://nyscss.org/convention

 

In addition to developing a good idea with supporting goals and activities, it is imperative that key stakeholders both internal and external be committed to the work of the proposed grant. This session will focus on the various types of stakeholders including, but not limited to, the main institution’s and any partner institution’s administration, staff, and faculty; a strong evaluator with a detailed evaluation plan; and engaged business, industry, and community members.

Mohonasen Central Schools2070 Curry RoadSchenectadyNew York12303

NEATEC offers a free one-day workshop to learn how to program and use the Raspberry Pi. This workshop will introduce the Raspberry Pi, an inexpensive credit-card-sized computer that can do amazing things.  You will learn how to hook-up, turn on, and program the Raspberry Pi to take pictures and detect real-world signals such as motion, temperature, and pressure.  The workshop will culminate with a hands-on project in which participants make a burglar alarm system by programming the Raspberry Pi to turn on a camera and record a video when motion is detected.