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ATE Events — May 2017

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Indian River State College3209 Virginia AveFort PierceFlorida34981

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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Indian River State College3209 Virginia AveFort PierceFlorida34981

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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Indian River State College3209 Virginia AveFort PierceFlorida34981

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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At Xponential, the largest global community of leaders in drones, intelligent robotics and unmanned systems will come together to shape the future of our industry. If you've never attended AUVSI XPONENTIAL – this is the one year you don't want to miss. XPONENTIAL features exclusive speakers, innovative programs and dynamic educational opportunities that inspire and strengthen the people who are shaping the future of our industry.

Opioid addiction has reached epidemic proportions in the United States, with overdoses and deaths caused by prescribed and “street” drugs on the rise. The accelerating abuse of opioids includes not only painkillers that have legitimate uses, but heroin and the synthetic opioid fentanyl as well. The epidemic is not limited to inner city pockets of poverty; small-town America is also overcome by a tsunami of opioid addiction, putting strains on state and local social services and criminal justice systems. Join us for an event that will address the demographics and sociology of the opioid epidemic, the science of opioid addiction, and treatment options.

"Digital Innovation Through International Research Collaboration: Prospects for U.S.-Japan Research Collaboration"  is co-organized with the Embassy of Japan, the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), and the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO).

The New York Geographic Alliance has made arrangements with Broome County Teacher Center to hold a full-day mini-conference on watersheds in the Greater Binghamton Area. We will study the watershed of the Susquehanna from several perspectives - models, maps, aerial imagery. We will also use the GIANT Map of New York to help us discuss watersheds in our state. In the afternoon, we will go to a park to test the water quality of the Chenango River and the Susquehanna River. Weather permitting, we will go to Confluence Park in Binghamton and to Chenango Valley State Park a few miles to the north. We will be working with Andrea Decker, Director of Education at Roberson Museum and Science Center. The NYGA kits are designed to be "kid-friendly" and have been used successfully from upper elementary to college level. Prof. Stephen Vermette of Buffalo State College will coordinate this part of the workshop. Our goal is to create data from all over New York's part of the watershed. If teachers decide to partner with us, we can supply them with kits that they can keep at their school. We will also supply you with other resources you might need to make your program successful. 

Each year, the Mentor-Connect project team produces a cost-free webinar that highlights the process for filling out various forms that are required in the National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) grant proposal process. In 2016, we will offer this technical assistance webinar again with a fresh spin.  

The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships program makes every effort to comply with federal, state, and local government ethics rules when hosting events. Please make sure that your participation is consistent with applicable ethics rules.

 

In the last decades 3D city models have been used mainly for visualisation. However, nowadays they are being increasingly employed for simulations and spatial analyses in many application domains. For example, they can be used to estimate the energy demand of buildings, and as a platform to support smart cities. This presentation will present 3D experiences from the Netherlands, and it will shortly overview the current developments in the acquisition, standardisation (e.g. OGC CityGML), and utilisation of 3D city models.

(4 days)

Santa Clara Convention Center5001 Great America PkwySanta ClaraCalifornia95054

Educate consumers, improve public safety, and explore new business models to implement transportation and mobility technology of the future.

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, co-located with Internet of Things World. The Silicon Valley events bring together professionals from inside and outside the automotive industry to dive deep into the challenges driving connected cars and autonomous vehicles.

AAAS Revelle Conference Room1200 New York Avenue NWWashingtonDC

Join us for networking over snacks, and get individual advice on your projects in the second of four events on evaluations in the human rights sector! Watch the webinar with others at AAAS, and discuss your needs, ideas, and experiences with presenters at a post-webinar networking session. Learn about the key elements of designing a program evaluation. The presenters will share: how to define the purpose and utility of the evaluation; the relationship between evaluation questions and evaluation designs; and their experience designing and implementing evaluations using an array of approaches. The presenters will share five common designs for human rights evaluations, the strengths and weaknesses of each approach and provide real life examples to elaborate on how they can be used in practice. 
 

This free, 2.5-day workshops provide educators and industry leaders with core concepts and materials needed to develop or expand academic courses and pathways that will enable students to enter the maritime and transportation industry. 

National Academy of Sciences Building2101 Constitution Ave., N.W.WashingtonDC

The Committee on the Supply Chain for Middle-Skill Jobs: Education, Training, and Certification Pathways will be releasing its final report entitled "Building America's Skilled Technical Workforce".  Committee members, including the Hon. Jeff Bingaman, Harry Holzer, Susan Sclafani, Annette Parker, Mark Tomkins, and David Chu, will moderate and speak at a morning panel coinciding with the report release in the NAS Building.

Grant directors, grant developers and resource development personnel are all managers today. They are increasingly queried about evaluation, outcomes, evidence and data management. A useful tool for managers is the project dashboard. 

This webinar will: 
* Define dashboard elements 
* Distinguish informational elements from trends and Key Performance indicators (KPIs) 
* Create ownership to make the dashboard a dynamic reporting tool 
* Develop your own dashboard with examples you can use

AAAS Headquarters1200 New York Ave. NWWashingtonDC

How can policy decision-making at the national and international levels make better use of our scientific understanding of the services provided to human societies by nature (ecosystem services)? Through a variety of formats, aimed at both theory and practice, our symposium will promote discussions of the advantages and disadvantages of placing monetary value on biodiversity and developing and applying the associated valuation tools. Furthermore, we aim to spark conversation around the topic of what constitutes an ecosystem service. Speakers will review the rationale behind ecosystem services valuation and its recent history, explore the benefits and limitations of the approach using domestic and international case studies, and showcase examples of tools currently used for identifying and valuing ecosystem services. We draw on the practical experiences of people working across sectors: government, NGO, and academia.

(3 days)

Hilton New Orleans Riverside2 Pordras StNew OrleansLouisiana70130

The NAWDP annual conference features nearly 100 learning opportunities. Workshops selected will match the needs of those new to the field as well as seasoned professionals. 

The 2017 conference will focus on five (5) main areas:

  1. Leveraging and Establishing Partnerships: including a special emphasis placed on partnerships identified in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act
  2. Delivering Career Services: including motivating clients, intake procedures, providing quality assessment, integrated case management, etc.
  3. Business and Economic Development: including strategies around regional business partnerships, business engagement, and measuring performance of services.
  4. Managing Changes: including workshops on fiscal, EEO, Grievances, Changing HR rules, HIPA Laws, OMB Circular, and Supervising 101
  5. Priority Population: including effective strategies for serving individuals with disabilities, individuals with limited English proficiency, homeless, veterans and ex-offenders

(4 days)

M1 Concourse1 Councourse DrPontiacMichigan48341

Detroit AutoSens connects technologists in all disciplines of vehicle perception to network, collaborate, solve shared challenges and advance ADAS technologies more rapidly. The event brings together engineers from several engineering disciplines including automotive imaging, LiDAR, radar, image processing, computer vision, in-car networking, testing and validation, certification and standards, AutoSens is a collaborative environment geared towards supporting engineering activities.

The symposium will examine external reviews of the Manufacturing USA Institutes, designed to create partnerships and foster collaboration among industry, academia, and government, to help provide new information and insight into the role and performance of the institutes; address the contributions of the institutes to workforce, economic development, and enhancing domestic manufacturing and international competitiveness; and describe how other nations are supporting advanced manufacturing; and discuss potential U.S. priorities and policies for action.

NISOD'€™s International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence is the definitive gathering of community and technical college educators passionate about teaching and learning. For almost 40 years, NISOD’s annual conference has provided faculty, administrators, and staff with the resources, ideas, and solutions that drive excellence in all areas of community and technical college campuses. Come and be inspired by thought-provoking sessions and pre-conference seminars designed specifically for community and technical college educators committed to improving student achievement. With more than 300 sessions in a variety of focus areas and formats presented by your colleagues from across the nation and internationally, you'€™ll walk away with dozens of ideas you can implement immediately!

(6 days)

Wild Dunes Resort1 Sundial CircleIsle of PalmsSouth Carolina29451

The 2017 VESTA National Summit brings together industry members, VESTA instructors and VESTA Management Team members to review, revise and refine the expansive VESTA grape, wine and entrepreneurship curriculum. In addition to a thorough review of the curriculum, the focus this year will be directed on integration of the VESTA Virtual Reality program; Grape and Wine Industry Occupational Competencies; and online instructional strategies and best practices.  

Hillsborough Community College, Brandon Campus10414 Columbus DriveTampaFlorida33619

These hands-on training workshops will cover: LEGO EV3 microprocessor, functional robots building instructions, programming with the EV3 software, sensors, and logic, and NAO Robot programming demonstrations. There are limited slots for novice, intermediate, and advanced workshops and registration is first-come, first-serve.

May 31: Novice Robotics

July 26: Intro Lego Robotics

July 27: Intermediate Logo Robotics