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This event is being organized with our hosts UCSB, and will cover several aspects Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and Ion Beam etch and deposition processes and technologies.
Guest speakers from renowned research & manufacturing organizations, speakers from UCSB, and technical experts from Oxford Instruments will all speak on topics from the fundamentals of these technologies, through to User experiences, and hints and tips from Oxford Instruments. The program will also allow plenty of time for discussion and questions. In addition there will be a technical poster session by Oxford Instruments.
This will be an excellent opportunity for networking between researchers, users and our guest speakers from academia and industry.
Program will include:
An introduction to plasma and thermal ALD techniques
ALD Hardware developments
An introduction to Ion Beam technology
Ion Beam Etch – a users perspective
Ion Beam developments
ALD Process (Metal & Nitride ALD)
ALD – a user’s results
Ask the experts, Q & A & ion beam & ALD process posters
Dr. Matthias W. Pleil, Southwest Center for Microsystems Education at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Attendees will be presented with resources and opportunities to engage students in Tech and STEM education through the use of Microsystems (MEMS) technology applications at the undergraduate education level.
The Ultimate Networking Experience for Materials Professionals! Nearly 4,000 business leaders, engineers, scientists and other materials professionals working in industry, government and academia travel from 68 countries to the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition.
This workshop will introduce participants to lean and green concepts and allow them to experience the benefits of applying these concepts firsthand via a hands-on simulation. Participants will leave the workshop with an introductory level understanding of:
1) the fundamental concepts of the lean philosophy,
2) the growing trend toward sustainable manufacturing,
3) how these two concepts can be effectively integrated, and
4) the benefits that accrue to companies that employ them.
The Wisconsin Association for Career and Technical Education (WACTE) unites individuals involved in career and technical education, provides professional development, encourages leadership in the political arena, and promotes innovative change to enhance lifelong learning.
The League for Innovation in the Community College is pleased to announce that our 12th annual conference will be held March 15-18, 2009, amid America's adventure place, Reno-Tahoe, Nevada. What better place to carry on the tradition of assembling today’s foremost education professionals to share their expertise and explore the latest developments in the community college! Come visit ATE Central at the ATE Booth #203.
Normandale Community College (NCC) will host a two-day, Plasma-Aided Manufacturing Workshop for high school, community college and university faculty involved in technician education on March 19th and 20th, 2009. This workshop is funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education Program. The two-day workshop will cover the following topics: • Introduction to Plasma Physics • Plasma Sources • Transmission Line Fundamentals • RF Delivery & Impedance Matching • Sputtering as a Manufacturing Process. The workshop will be divided between classroom presentations/discussions and hands-on laboratory sessions. Participants will view demonstrations and perform experiments in NCC’s Plasma Technology Laboratory. The workshop will begin at 8:30 am on, March 19th, and conclude at 4:00 pm on Friday, March 20th. NCC’s grant will cover the cost of all workshop materials, lodging for 3 nights, meals, and local transportation in Bloomington, MN. Travel to and from Minneapolis-St. Paul should be provided by the participant’s home institution. For more information or a workshop application, please e-mail David M. Hata, Co-Principal Investigator, at: email@example.com.
Celebrate science in magical New Orleans, one of our most beloved cities. Conference registration and exhibits will be at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Most sessions and events have been scheduled at the Convention Center and the conference headquarters hotels, Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans Marriott, and Sheraton New Orleans Hotel. Celebrate science in magical New Orleans, one of our most beloved cities. Conference registration and exhibits will be at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Most sessions and events have been scheduled at the Convention Center and the conference headquarters hotels—Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans Marriott, and Sheraton New Orleans Hotel.
Communications and networking embody the heart and the nerve system of the information technology - a technology that is profoundly affecting our daily lives. Experts, researchers, managers, and entrepreneurs in this dynamic field often encounter challenges that lead to innovative basic as well as applied research and developments. You are invited to submit full papers reporting original work to a forum where experts from industry and academia meet and exchange ideas on the topics. This international forum provides a bridge between the communications industry and academic research laboratories.
This webinar will explore the way in which the structure and composition of large arteries near the heart change with age, thus making them stiffer and how this increase in stiffness leads to high blood pressure, the main cause of death in the developed world. It will discuss possible biomechanical reasons for blood pressure variability in populations and conclude with a brief description of a new treatment based on manipulating arterial mechanical properties. Webinar begins at 12:30 pm EDT. Webinars are live presentations, given by a technical leader, that you can take part in from your desk or conference room. All you need to participate is a phone and an Internet connection. After registration, you will receive an e-mail confirmation and instructions on how to join the meeting. SME webinars are typically hosted by one or more of our Technical Community Network (TCN) tech groups, technical events and/or professional development. Webinars help SME fulfill its mission, which is to acquire and distribute manufacturing knowledge among its members and the broader manufacturing community.
Manufacturing requires controls to be repeatable. The expertise that evolved RP into what it is today has opened Pandora's box for process control. Determining what must be measured, how to measure, and how to control it are critical to success. Considerations needed to successfully apply Direct Manufacturing as a production process will be presented. Webinar begins at 3 pm EDT. Webinars are live presentations, given by a technical leader, that you can take part in from your desk or conference room. All you need to participate is a phone and an Internet connection. After registration, you will receive an e-mail confirmation and instructions on how to join the meeting. SME webinars are typically hosted by one or more of our Technical Community Network (TCN) tech groups, technical events and/or professional development.
The premiere event for community college leaders, AACC’s Annual Convention offers unprecedented professional development as well as the opportunity to network, share, and learn from professionals in the fields of education, business and industry, and the government sector. The Academic Marketplace boasts over 200 exhibitors who offer a variety of services and products to bring innovation to your campus. Visit ATE Central at the ATE booth in the Exhibit Hall. (Booth #118)
This SME Composites Manufacturing 2009 webinar characterizes the special features of milling and drilling CFRP and develops aspects for new tool geometries for milling CFRP/Titanium. Simplified theoretic models will show how CFRP should be machined and what has to be observed concerning new developments. Low axial forces are the main characteristics of the drilling tool optimized in this way, which makes it especially suited for being used in drilling feed units. This webinar begins at 12:00 EDT. Webinars are live presentations, given by a technical leader, that you can take part in from your desk or conference room. All you need to participate is a phone and an Internet connection. After registration, you will receive an e-mail confirmation and instructions on how to join the meeting. SME webinars are typically hosted by one or more of our Technical Community Network (TCN) tech groups, technical events and/or professional development.
This starts with a challenge for engineers and tech: “On and annualized basis, find a half million seconds for every mold in the shop.” Partly this is done to keep the engineers and techs interested. More importantly it allows money to be generated as both extra profit for the company and money available to give out raises for a successful completion of this challenge. The presentation starts looking at a typical part. Then reviews what would happen if segments of the process were improved: Reduced scrap, reduced cycle time, regrind usage enhancement, weight reduction and reduced setup times. While the cumulative effect of all of these improvements isn’t completely additive it shows how this goal can be achieved.
Presenter William (Bill) J. Tobin is the owner of WJT Associates a consulting firm specializing in improving the productivity of Injection Molding. He is a prolific writer and frequent presenter of seminars both in the US and Internationally. Through his career he has been employed in the business machine, automotive, medical, telecommunications, and toy industries. He is a Fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) of which he has been a member for more than 20 of his 30-plus years in the plastics industry. Tobin is the originator of SMEs Mold Tooling Matrix.
Webinar begins at 1:00 pm EDT. Webinars are live presentations, given by a technical leader, that you can take part in from your desk or conference room. All you need to participate is a phone and an Internet connection. After registration, you will receive an e-mail confirmation and instructions on how to join the meeting. SME webinars are typically hosted by one or more of our Technical Community Network (TCN) tech groups, technical events and/or professional development. Webinars help SME fulfill its mission, which is to acquire and distribute manufacturing knowledge among its members and the broader manufacturing community.
RAPID is North America's Largest Annual Rapid Manufacturing Event. Manufacturers worldwide know that RAPID is a must-attend event if they currently use rapid technologies or are planning to use them in the future. This is the largest industry forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest developments, trends and techniques in rapid technologies and additive manufacturing.
The goals of NISOD’s International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence are to celebrate excellence and provide a unique professional development opportunity for community college and university faculty, staff, and administrators to foster student success. The Visit ATE Central in the Exhibit Hall. (Booth #320)
This is a manufacturer's conference, created by SME members: people who understand manufacturing, the need to innovate, and the need for cutting-edge management strategies. This conference brings participants face-to-face with fellow manufacturers from medical, aerospace, defense, automotive, consumer products, and other vital industries. The 2009 SME Annual Conference is open not only to Society members, but to all manufacturers looking for a proven source of expertise on technology breakthroughs, equipment applications, and leadership.
At the Green Manufacturing Expo you’ll see a wide spectrum of economically sound solutions for the manufacturing enterprise. Products and services featured at Green Manufacturing Expo include solar and wind energy systems, CAD/Design for sustainability, energy management software, bio-compostable packaging, recyclable packaging, energy-saving machinery and components, sustainable manufacturing consultants…and much more!
The ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition is the only conference dedicated to all disciplines of engineering education. It is committed to fostering the exchange of ideas, enhancing teaching methods and curriculum, and providing prime networking opportunities for engineering and technology education stakeholders such as deans, faculty members and industry and government representatives.
CICMHE sponsors a Material Handling Teachers Institute (MHTI) to prepare new faculty for instruction in the field of materials handling as well as to enhance the skills of experienced faculty. MHTI is for both engineering and business faculty who are directly involved in the teaching of material flow systems and/or facility logistics. It will feature a wide range of industry and academic presentations, plant and lab tours, and social activities designed to promote better teaching of material handling and facilities design courses at both graduate and undergraduate levels. Through a variety of program activities, attendees will have the opportunity to interact with their colleagues and share course designs, teaching methods, case studies, textbooks, software, and more.
This workshop is open to university, community and technical college faculty, secondary school educators, and administrators. Participants will receive information on the growing need for welding technicians and a curriculum to train them. Weld-Ed staff will discuss the opportunities for attendees to create new AAS programs in welding technician education and/or to infuse welding and materials joining instruction into existing technician or technology programs. Attendees will also learn about Weld-Ed materials and services that are available for planning and implementing welding and materials joining education at their institutions.
The National Geospatial Technology Center, Jefferson Community and Technical College, and the Kentucky Information Technology Center (KITCenter) in Partnership with Kentucky Division of Geographic Information, Kentucky Geographic Alliance and the University of Kentucky Tracy Farmer Center, is proud to announce a regional one day conference to be held Wednesday, June 17, 2009 with pre-conference workshops scheduled for Monday, June 15 and Tuesday, June 16 on the Southwest campus of Jefferson Community and Technical College in Louisville, Kentucky.
This first conference of its kind will provide a regional and Kentucky perspective of geospatial education in the P-16 segment. Presentations by leaders and practitioners in the field will provide participants with an up-to-date view.
Plenary sessions and professional development tracks include the following topics:
-Educational initiatives in GIS, remote sensing and other geospatial fields
-What’s the outlook for P-16 geospatial careers in Kentucky and the region
-Learn about modular curricula use in the field of geospatial education
-Current status of certification and certificate programs
-The Body of Knowledge in Geospatial careers and how it can help your teaching
-Current software development and applications for geospatial education
The National Science Foundation has provided grant funding for the Mid Pacific Information and Communications Technologies Center to coordinate, improve, and promote ICT education, with an emphasis on 2-year colleges, in northern California, northern Nevada, southern Oregan, Hawaii and the Pacific Territories. MPICT's 4.5 day Summer 2009 Faculty Development week at City College of San Francisco's campus will provide "train the trainer" sessions to prepare faculty to teach new courses, pedagogical tactics like integrating experimental learning into classrooms, and technical tools to expand and enhance educational experiences. If you would like more information or would like to be added to their email list contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Summit will engage a broad group of manufacturing educators and professionals and senior managers from industry and government who want to enhance manufacturing education globally. Activities will explicitly examine the needs of industry and integrate those needs into educational programs. The conference invites individuals who are in positions to make an impact on manufacturing and education. Expected attendees and stakeholders are from industry, academia, government and national associations, and regional development groups.
Discover the possibilities of thinking spatially when educators from around the world come together at the ESRI Education User Conference (EdUC). Build relationships and find everything you need to know to launch or grow geographic information system (GIS) projects and programs. Educators, administrators, researchers, librarians, and museum professionals with all levels of GIS experience will find unique solutions for their GIS projects and learn how GIS technology can advance their disciplines.
HI-TEC (High Impact Technology Exchange Conference) is the first national conference on advanced technological education where both faculty who teach technicians and technicians themselves can go to update skills and knowledge. Charged with Educating America’s Technical Workforce, HI-TEC will consist of one and a half days of pre-conference workshops and two days of conference sessions and keynote speakers.
This conference is designed to equip new faculty members with knowledge of active learning techniques that are both based on Physics Education Research (PER) and that have been successfully implemented at two-year colleges across the country. Led by experienced two-year college physics instructors, this conference will empower a new faculty member as they embark on the important mission of developing critical thinking skills in their students and developing the future technological workforce for this country. For more information please contact Thomas L. O'Kuma, ATE Program for Physics Faculty Project, email@example.com.
The Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning is recognized internationally for the quality and integrity of its program. Each year the conference provides an exchange of current resources, research, and best practices from around the world that are relevant to the design and delivery of distance education/training.
The CHFI course will give participants the necessary skills to identify an intruder's footprints and to properly gather the necessary evidence to prosecute. Many of today's top tools of the forensic trade will be taught during this course, including software, hardware and specialized techniques. The need for businesses to become more efficient and integrated with one another, as well as the home user, has given way to a new type of criminal, the "cyber-criminal." It is no longer a matter of "will your organization be comprised (hacked)?" but, rather, "when?" Today's battles between corporations, governments, and countries are no longer fought only in the typical arenas of boardrooms or battlefields using physical force. Now the battlefield starts in the technical realm, which ties into most every facet of modern day life. If you or your organization requires the knowledge or skills to identify, track, and prosecute the cyber-criminal, then this is the course for you.
This course will significantly benefit anyone who is concerned about the integrity of their network infrastructure and systems security. It is also intended for those interested in taking the EC-Council CHFI Exam EC0 312-49.
CCNA Security Nation-wide Open-Enrollment ONLINE Training The Cisco Networking Academy has released a new CCNA level network security curriculum for Fall 2009. The new course provides students with in-depth network security education and a comprehensive understanding of network security concepts. The course is designed to provide students with hands-on knowledge and skills, emphasizing practical experience needed for entry-level job roles in network security. This curriculum reflects the latest network security technologies and provides hands-on exercises. The hands-on exercises teach installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and devices. The class is designed to prepare students for CCNA Security certification IINS 640-553 exam.