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ATE Events — August 2018

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(5 days)

Central Maine Community College, Jalbert Hall1250 Turner StreetAuburnME04210

Designed for the CNC machining teacher with an operational understanding of a Haas 3-axis CNC mill, this class will include both theory and hands on lab time. The theory portion of the class will include rotational axis, 4th axis set-up considerations, programming changes, program editing, and long hand 4th axis programming. The lab portion of the class will include safety, 4th axis rotary set-up, setting work offsets both manually and with a tool setter and spindle probe, 4th axis work holding, tool clearance considerations, dry run techniques, and 4th axis machine operation. During the 4-day course participants will have the opportunity to program, setup and run three 4th axis projects.

 

This workshop will focus on how to get started with UAVs, will prepare participants to take the FAA Part 107 Certification, introduce the legal aspects of UAVs, and have participants design an exercise or lesson that can be used in one of their courses.

The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF) program is the premier opportunity for outstanding scientists and engineers to learn first-hand about public policy while contributing valuable knowledge and analytical skills to address today’s most pressing societal challenges. Over 45 years, STPF has been fostering a strong network of STEM leaders who understand policymaking and forge broader career paths. On the STPF Facebook page to chat live with STPF fellows and ask questions. Find out Why You? Why Now? Why STPF? 

3CS is the only national academic conference focused on cybersecurity education at community colleges.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND 3CS?  

•    College faculty and administrators. 
•    IT faculty who are involved or who would like to become involved in cybersecurity education.
•    Non-IT faculty in critical infrastructure fields who are interested in incorporating cybersecurity topics into their curricula.
•    Decision makers in positions that influence cybersecurity education programs.
•    Community college students interested in learning about security or expanding their current knowledge.
•    Students attending the 3CS Pre-Summit Job Fair and National Cyber League (NCL) on Thursday, August 2nd.

The Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law School and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program, are pleased to invite you to a presentation and interactive dialogue about the future of geospatial evidence in international human rights litigation.

 

(5 days)

Indian Hills Community College525 Grandview AvenueOttumwaIA52501

This Laser Material Processing workshop will include an introduction to light & lasers, laser safety, and will emphasize laser applications.  There will be presentations from industry experts along with tours of local companies utilizing laser material processing technologies. This workshop will include time to do several hands-on laser material processing laboratory activities including laser marking, laser cutting, laser etching, and laser welding. Workshop registration and travel expenses are provided by the Midwest Photonics Education Center. This workshop qualifies for recertification Continuing Education Units for a fee through the Great Prairie Area Education Agency. This workshop is made possible through funding from NSF grant DUE #1400561.

NEATEC offers a free one-day workshop in Statistical Process Control (SPC) for faculty of 2- and 4-year colleges. Participants gain the fundamental knowledge necessary to implement Statistical Process Control and a practical knowledge of using statistical methods in analyzing the production and service processes. Participants will leave the workshop with an intuitive understanding of fundamental concepts of SPC and control chart theory, and how to apply them to improve processes and products.

Today's organizations are challenged with rapidly detecting cybersecurity breaches and effectively responding to security incidents. Teams of people in Security Operations Centers (SOC’s) keep a vigilant eye on security systems, protecting their organizations by detecting and responding to cybersecurity threats. CCNA Cyber Ops prepares candidates to begin a career working with associate-level cybersecurity analysts within security operations centers. (Certifications SECFND 210-250 & SECOPS 210-255).

Cost: $199 
Member Cost: -

Participants in this workshop will learn how to work with ArcGIS Online, StoryMaps, mobile data collection apps such as Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123, and other historical geospatial resources. As part of this workshop, participants will develop a lesson or exercise that can be used in one of their courses. This workshop is strongly encouraged for high school social studies teachers and for college and university social science faculty.
 

This webinar highlights two winning programs from CESA’s 2018 State Leadership in Clean Energy Awards: Massachusetts’ Advancing Commonwealth Energy Storage (ACES) Program, and Rhode Island’s Block Island Offshore Wind Farm.     
 
In Massachusetts, the Advancing Commonwealth Energy Storage (ACES) Program was created to jump-start the state’s energy storage industry by piloting innovative, broadly replicable energy storage demonstration projects with multiple value streams, thereby priming Massachusetts for increased commercialization and deployment. ACES will demonstrate nine storage use cases to accelerate the adoption of storage technologies, provide benefits to customers and utilities, and highlight market and regulatory barriers. The 26 demonstration projects supported by the ACES program will collectively add 32MW/83MWh to the grid where only 4MW/7MWh currently exists. 
 
In December 2016, Rhode Island became home to North America’s first offshore wind farm with the successful installation and operation of the 30 MW Block Island Wind Farm. This five-turbine project was developed by Deepwater Wind of Providence, RI. The project connected Block Island to the mainland electrical grid for the first time, allowing residents to end reliance on imported diesel to meet their electric generation needs. The project represents a significant clean energy accomplishment for Rhode Island and the nation, and it is helping to spur an entirely new industry and job creator for the coastal economy. 
 
In two very different ways, each program is successfully advancing emerging clean energy technologies in their state. Guest speakers from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources (RIOER) will present.   
 
Presenters: 
 
    Kavita Ravi, MassCEC 
    Galen Nelson, MassCEC 
    Chris Kearns, RIOER

A strong evaluation plan will give your proposal a competitive edge. In this webinar, the essential elements of an effective evaluation plan will be explained and demonstrated how to incorporate them into a proposal for the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education program. This webinar also provides guidance on how to budget for an evaluation, locate a qualified evaluator, and use evaluative evidence to describe the results from prior NSF support (required if you’ve had previous NSF funding). Participants will receive an updated Evaluation Planning Checklist for ATE Proposals and other resources to help prepare strong evaluation plans.

For this year's summit, EnergySec hopes to invite at least 35 exemplary cybersecurity students, to directly connect them with employers who are in need of new talent for their workforce. The scholarships, paid for by Annual Summit sponsors, include a full conference pass and meals from Monday through noon on Wednesday. Some travel funds to help cover hotel accommodations and transportation to and from the conference venue may also be available upon request. To qualify for a scholarship, applicants should be college students entering their final year of classes in a cybersecurity degree program at a two-year or four-year school in the United States. Applicants should also demonstrate an interest in working in the energy sector.

The NCL is a defensive and offensive puzzle-based, capture-the-flag style cybersecurity competition. Its virtual training ground helps high school and college students prepare and test themselves against cybersecurity challenges that they will likely face in the workforce. All participants play the games simultaneously during Preseason, Regular Season and Postseason. NCL allows players of all levels to enter. Between easy, medium and hard challenges, students have multiple opportunities to really shine in areas as they excel. Registration for the Fall Season is 8/27/18 – 9/28/18.

Cost $25.00

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