ATE Central

ATE Events — December 2017

Past

(3 days)

Morial Convention Center900 Convention Center Blvd.New OrleansLA70130US

The International WorkBoat Show is part of the Diversified Communications portfolio of commercial marine events, publications and e-media products. WorkBoat has been connecting qualified buyers with leading suppliers for more than 70 years. In print, online, and face to–face, WorkBoat delivers high quality information to all segments of the marine industry in North America.

(4 days)

Austin Community College1218 West AvenueAustinTexas78701

This colloquium is designed to provide community college students who are conducting undergraduate research the opportunity to share research, develop professional meeting skills and network with students from across the country. 

This two day colloquium will be hosted at Austin Community College by CCURI and the Austin Community College Bio-Link Regional Center and will include student poster sessions and various sessions on undergraduate research at community colleges.​

Thursday November 30 - Austin Community College East View Campus

Friday December 1 - Austin Community College Highland Campus

Wednesday November 29th and Saturday December 2nd are considered travel days.

(2 days)

Macomb Community College14500 E. 12 Mile RoadWarrenMI48088United States

Macomb's Robotics, Engineering & technology (RET) Days and the Automotive Design and Engineering Career Expo are now combined into this new special event for students in grades 6-12. 

Learn about careers in automotive design, robotics, manufacturing and the technology that makes it happen! Here is a sample of the great exhibits students will visit: 

  • Check out the latest trends in automotive design and technology
  • Talk with experts in the fields of engineering and robotics
  • Experience digital sketching and automotive clay modeling
  • Realize the high-tech world of production design
  • Explore the world of welding through the use of a virtual welder
  • Understand the world of automated connected vehicles
  • Discover coding and traffic light programming
  • Learn about augmented reality, crash detection, drivelines and surface traction
  • Experience high-tech vehicles on display
  • Operate hands-on skilled trades exhibits and learn about apprenticeship

 

(4 days)

2800 Opryland Dr, Nashville, TN 372142800 Opryland DrNashvilleTN37214United States

Join the premier annual gathering of CTE professionals in an exciting, educational, informative and inspirational agenda packed with CTE sessions, expo show and career pavilion, awards and recognition, and a rich array of networking opportunities.

SUNY Polytechnic Institute257 Fuller RoadAlbanyNew York12203

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.

SUNY Polytechnic Institute257 Fuller RoadAlbanyNew York12203

NEATEC offers a FREE workshop on Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) with particular emphasis in techniques on how to prepare and use a desktop Atomic Force Microscope, how to create samples and how to interpret AFM images. The short course is designed for science and technology high-school teachers who plan to use the acquired knowledge in classroom activities.

By the end of the training you will be able to:

  • Understand the science behind the creation of images by an AFM
  • Know how to properly handle an AFM
  • Understand how to prepare samples
  • Understand how to load and take images of the sample
  • Know how to replace AFM probes

Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute offers cutting-edge, cost-effective professional development opportunities to current community college IT/convergence faculty (at non-profit schools only) that is often only available through expensive commercial training. Working Connections makes the newest technologies and industry trends available to attendees, as well as encourages the kind of networking and collaboration among educational and business leaders that can strengthen any IT educational program.

Working Connections training workshops offer several tracks that cover a range of the most in-demand topics in IT. The goal of Working Connections is to provide attendees with the expertise needed to teach their respective track in a subsequent semester, bringing the most current information to their classrooms either as a stand-alone course or as supplemental information to an existing course.

Since 2004, more than 1300 people have attended the National Convergence Technology Center's Working Connections professional development events, learning about more than 50 unique IT topics in that time. In the past five years, an average of 68% of the faculty chose a discipline that they were not currently teaching, leading to 155 new degrees, certificates, or courses created and implemented using the training provided. By the National CTC's calculations, over 54,000 students and faculty have been impacted by the training provided by Summer Working Connections training since the program began.