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ATE Events — September 2021

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At its core, a logic model is a visual representation of a project’s activities and intended outcomes. But it’s much more than an illustration; your logic model has many uses in and beyond your ATE proposal. This webinar will help you take your logic model to the next level. We will demonstrate how logic models illuminate projects’ underlying logic and assumptions, how they can be used to structure evaluation plans, and how they can build a collective understanding of project outcomes across stakeholder groups. You will learn how, far beyond fulfilling a proposal requirement, your logic model can be an active evaluation tool that offers benefits throughout the life of your project.

In this webinar, participants will learn (a) how to create an effective logic model and (b) how to put that logic model to use for your project and your evaluation.

(3 days)

Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center6700 North Gaylord Rockies BoulevardAuroraCO80019U.S.

Join over 1,600 women and allies in cybersecurity and enjoy presentations, birds of a feather, panels, and keynotes on today’s technology and challenges, the future of cybersecurity and challenges on the horizon, best institutional, operational, and academic practices, and career development. The WiCyS 2021 Conference is not only the flagship conference for Women in CyberSecurity, but regardless of gender, is the largest cybersecurity conference with equal representation of professionals and students. For every regular registrant, WiCyS issues a female cybersecurity student scholarship making WiCyS 2021 an excellent opportunity for companies to connect with the new generation of cybersecurity professionals and recruit them into jobs.

WiCyS is dedicated to recruiting, retaining, and advancing women in cybersecurity on a global scale. Their goal is to bring together a diverse group of students and professionals from academia, research, and industry, to share knowledge and experience, network, learn, and mentor, all while creating a community of engagement, encouragement, and support at a technical conference.

This hour-and-a-half webinar features personnel from both the NSF ATE program and the Mentor-Connect program. The webinar offers an overview of both programs and of the grant proposal process. Information includes ATE program funding options, the Mentor-Connect cohort structure, tips for grant funding success, and application instructions.

This 60-minute Webinar provides an overview of electronic and electrical trends under way in vehicle safety and control systems including ADAS and vehicle electrification – trends that are driving changes in vehicles ranging from passenger cars to on- and off-highway vehicles.
Matt McWhinney, an expert in interconnect technologies, offers insight and best practices on how both component and systems designers are turning to proven, as well as emerging, connector technologies to provide more robust, easier to assemble components capable of supporting higher density requirements in mission-critical vehicle electronic modules. Vision systems, LiDAR, radar, and various control modules, as well as controlling circuity with vehicle power electronics such as inverters, converters, charging systems, and infotainment will be reviewed.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) will co-host Episodes III and IV of the virtual FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Symposium - Remotely Piloted Edition. The theme for this year's event is "Above and Beyond" and will take place on September 14-15, 2021.

Join the conversation as experts from industry, academia, international aviation authorities, and the U.S. government discuss key areas for the future of the drone community - including the operations over people rule, remote identification, airspace authorizations, waivers, the part 107 small UAS rule, changes in hobbyists' drone operations, and other policies and regulations.
Episode IV will focus on UAS traffic management, technology, the BEYOND program, advanced air mobility, and international operations. Each episode will feature keynote presentations, expert panels, guided and non-guided networking discussions, one-on-one meetings with experts in the FAA UAS Support Center, and informational sessions with live Q&A.

In this webinar we focus on the simulation workflow to troubleshoot conducted and radiated emissions in Automotive. This will involve the modeling of new electrical powertrain systems, including IGBT power modules, PCBs, busbar, cables, magnetic components for power conversion and electrical motors.

High-performance computing (HPC) architectures are the key to creating next-generation vehicles – provided you understand their unique implementation challenges.

In this 60-minute Webinar, experts will offer first-hand expertise on the latest HPC engineering requirements, advanced integration concepts, proven testing, and debugging strategies. They will outline a new approach to the development and integration of next-generation automotive architectures based on HPCs and address elements for implementing large-scale projects successfully.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • How to jump-start next-generation automotive infrastructure projects
  • How to reduce the complexity of future vehicle designs, simplify integration efforts, and improve flexibility
  • How to spend less time on infrastructure and more time on innovation
  • How to leverage product re-use to focus on differentiation

The event, formerly called the CAE in Cybersecurity Virtual Career Fair, is open to students and alumni from more than 300 institutions designated as Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD), Research (CAE-R), and Cyber Operations (CAE-CO), and institutions in the CAE Candidates Program (pending approval).

As the CAE in Cybersecurity program has continued to designate new CAEs, the number of participants in the annual event has grown over the past four years. More than 1400 students and alumni participated in the 2020 virtual career fair.

The virtual event has proven to be an effective way to connect qualified new graduates and interns with employers. Both employers and students rated the 2020 career fair positively in follow-up surveys. Many students find job opportunities through the virtual career fair, and many employers return each year to participate.

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PCIe is the de-facto physical layer interface available in almost all processors used in central vehicle computers. The introduction of PCIe switching provides the best solution for meeting the inter-processor connectivity requirements within a central computer. Automotive Ethernet provides the best solution for next-generation in-vehicle networks, connecting centralized computers and ECUs. In this free, 60-minute webinar, Microchip's Mike Jones and Richard Cannon discuss PCIe and automotive Ethernet’s critical role in creating complete end-to-end centralized computer platform architectures for ADAS and other connected vehicle technologies.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • The next-generation vehicle is a "data centre on wheels." CPU, MPU, GPU, NAD, SoC, Accelerators, Storage – all natively wanting to communicate PCIe
  • PCIe switches connect all processors within the central computer, meeting the connectivity bandwidth demands whilst enabling platform modularity, scalability, secure design partitioning and bridging to the Ethernet domain
  • Ethernet provides the vehicle network, transferring sensor data and timing to all devices in the central computer

The software-defined vehicle is becoming a reality. In parallel to this revolution in automotive software, there is a need to address power and cost constraints while raising the computing performance for new safety use cases.

In this free, 60-minute webinar, Arm‘s Chet Babla explains how innovation at the intersection of hardware and software will shape the future of safe and affordable mobility.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • How innovation is happening at the intersection of hardware and software
  • A new generation of heterogeneous high-performance silicon is emerging for higher ADAS functionality
  • Software approaches from high-performance cloud computing can help the automotive industry in this transition

Government emission standards have led to the rapid growth of EVs, HEVs, and PHEVs, which in turn has led to a rapid increase in the use of large gauge wires and cables. Harness manufacturers must take care to ensure quality connections in the harsh environments where these cables and terminations perform. This 30-minute Webinar focuses on the future tooling needs of the automotive industry and the role of advanced controls and monitoring innovations to support long-term industry growth.

The focus of the codeathon is creating publicly available resources that make it easy for scientists to compare sequence search methods across a standardized set of benchmarks and datasets. This event is part of a series bringing together a diverse group (biologists, bioinformaticians, statisticians, mathematicians, computer scientists, and engineers) of collaborators to develop and test new approaches for sequence search. Codethon projects will lay the groundwork for future events focused on methods development.

Throughout the online, interactive codeathon, participants will:

  • Have access to Zoom meetings and team breakout rooms for collaboration and access to experts from the NIH and DOE.
  • Participate in a dedicated Slack channel to source assistance and collaboration.
  • Hear from topic experts about Petabyte-Scale Sequence Search.
  • Work together to solve biological problems and create computational tools.

At the end of the codeathon event, teams will have authorship over their projects, which can be submitted for publication, presented at conferences, or hosted online for public access.

(3 days)

Von Braun Center700 Monroe St SWHuntsvilleAL35801United States

The National Cyber Summit is the nation’s premier and most innovative cyber security-technology event, offering unique educational, collaborative and workforce development opportunities for industry visionaries and rising leaders. NCS offers more value than similar cyber conferences with diverse focus-areas, premier speakers, and unmatched accessibility. Summit's core focus is on three things: education, collaboration and innovation.

EvaluATE webchats are an opportunity for small groups of ATE evaluation community members to come together to share and learn from each other in real-time. Anyone interested in evaluation is welcome to attend. Participants are encouraged to turn on their webcams and join in the conversation, offering a great opportunity to network.

As the world of E-mobility continues to rapidly evolve, robust sealing solutions remain critical for high-performance operation and extended service life. One such area where the challenges of sealing involve more than just perimeter length is battery housings. Manufacturers must consider the right materials while creating the correct gasket configuration that works with the components used for the battery housing. The seal must prevent the intrusion of dust, dirt, salt, and water while simultaneously helping to contain any thermal event arising from the contents of the housing. Additionally, these gasket designs must be certified to specific application conditions and be produced consistently to perform exactly as designed. This 60-minute Webinar reviews the challenges associated with battery housing sealing used in electric mobility and provides guidance about the critical factors that must be considered in every sourcing decision.

After the past year, inequalities among students during online learning have become increasingly apparent. Though challenging to overcome, educators have worked diligently to help create a more inclusive experience. As we slowly reopen the doors and welcome back in-person classes, what new strategies will you bring to ensure that your science courses will be inclusive and relevant to all students? Join this Fall for an opportunity to share in the conference theme, Pushing Past Barriers: Ecological Science for All.