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IEEE Orlando Section Monthly
Welcome to the IEEE Orlando Section web site.
Established in 1959 and serving over 1,400 members in
Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake and Sumter counties


Vol. XLIV No. 07
August 2011

www.ieee.org/orlando

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IEEE Orlando Section Executive Committee Meeting

Date:

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Time:

6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Social and Refreshments
7:00 - 8:00 p.m. ExCom Meeting

Place:

Orlando Business Development Center, District 2 (affiliated with the UCF and the S.B.A.) at 3218 East Colonial Drive, Suite #G, Orlando, FL 32802

Directions: In Herndon Plaza just east of Maguire Blvd.  This is the shopping center across Colonial Drive from Fashion Square.  It is on the west end of the building around to the South-West corner from the HH Gregg entrance.

Cost:

Free to all IEEE members and Non-IEEE members.

RSVP:

IEEE Orlando Section ExCom Members: Register Here 
Others:
Register Here

Contact:

Dr. Xun Gong, 
407-823-5762 - Office
www.ieee.org/orlando

IEEE Orlando Section Senior Membership Drive

Date:

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Time:

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Senior Member Benefits and Application Process
6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Social and Refreshments, prior to ExCom Meeting
7:00 - 8:00 p.m. ExCom Meeting (Optional for Attendees)

Place:

Orlando Business Development Center, District 2 (affiliated with the UCF and the S.B.A.) at 3218 East Colonial Drive, Suite #G, Orlando, FL 32802

Directions: In Herndon Plaza just east of Maguire Blvd.  This is the shopping center across Colonial Drive from Fashion Square.  It is on the west end of the building around to the South-West corner from the HH Gregg entrance.

Cost:

Free to all IEEE Members interested in becoming Senior Members.

RSVP:

IEEE Orlando Section ExCom Members: Register Here 
Others:
Register Here

Contact:

Dr. William Hortos,
407-876-1026
or
Dr. Xun Gong,
407-823-5762 - Office

www.ieee.org/orlando

Star Search 2011 and Scholarship Awards
The IEEE Orlando Section announces the request for nominations for the 2011 Orlando Section Awards, which will be presented this fall. The Orlando Section presents six awards annually:
  • Outstanding Engineering Educator
  • Outstanding Engineer
  • Outstanding Service
  • Outstanding Entrepreneur
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Student
  • Outstanding Graduate Student
Nominees must be IEEE members in good standing and have been a resident of the Orlando Section for the past three years.
 
Any Orlando Section member in good standing may make a nomination for the Orlando Section Awards. 
 
Also, the Orlando Section presents Undergraduate / Graduate Scholarship Awards each calendar year. Nominees must be IEEE student / graduate student members in good standing, currently enrolled as undergraduate / graduate student in an engineering program located in Orlando Section's 5 county (central Florida) area as well as at time of the award. The Awards Committee essay topic for the 2011 scholarship award is: "Engineering and Healthcare. "

Write an essay no less than 800 words. It's can be how engineering have helped to better today's or future's healthcare. It can be your thoughts or point of views how engineering should better the healthcare. Healthcare is broadly defined here can be any parts of the process of healthcare, e.g. delivering, managing, etc. It can be about healthcare in a particular area of the world, or in general.
 
Nomination forms can be found at http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r3/orlando/awards.htm and additional information about the nomination procedure can be found at http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r3/orlando/Awards_forms/Awards_guidelines.doc
 
The award and scholarship packets must be received by 1 September 2011, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Any questions or further clarifications for awards and scholarship packets, can be e-mailed to:
Dr. Donghui Wu,*
321-281-4561 - Office
321-946-0648 - Cell
Volunteer Needed for Employment Coordinator Position
Basically, the vision for the IEEE Orlando Section Employment Coordinator (EC) is that he/she is a person motivated to help local members with career development activities. As an example, the EC would be the person to attend the Region 3 Fall meeting and go to the planned “train the trainer” and career workshop sessions. That person would then return to the home Section and facilitate local Section career development meetings, using the material and experience from the Region meeting. The EC would also learn about all of the career development and employment assistance services and products that IEEE, IEEE-USA, etc have available, and be willing and able to help local Section members take advantage of the services. The exact duties and responsibilities would really be driven by what the Orlando Section members want/need – it may be holding regular local workshops/networking meetings, or providing some one-on-one help to a member. The key is for the selected EC to be enthusiastic about career development activities. For further information, send email to IEEE Orlando Section Chair: Xun Gong, 


For Sale: Top-Quality Multiuse Nylon Bags with Orlando Logo
The bag has been designed with many zippered compartments and can be carried with either a shoulder strap or handles. These sturdy, versatile bags are suitable for travel (they fit under an airline seat), for gym/athletic apparel, for electronics accessories, or for books.

The bags have been donated to the IEEE Orlando Section by the Chair of the AUTOTESTCON 2010 Conference. As such, they are available only through the IEEE Orlando Section at the deeply discounted price of $15.00, payable in cash or by check to the IEEE Orlando Section. 

To purchase these bags or for additional information please contact Dr. William (Bill) Hortos, 

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  • For qualifying Life members, Society fees are waived (IEEE Bylaw I-108.8).
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  • Life members continue to receive the same benefits that are available to other IEEE members. 
  • IEEE Financial Advantage Program (includes IEEE Insurance Program)
Volunteers Needed - SoutheastCon 2012 Conference in Orlando
The Region 3 annual conference, SoutheastCon, will be held in Orlando in the spring of 2012.  This is a good opportunity for section members to get experience in helping to manage a significant technical conference.  Currently there are opportunities in committees for local arrangements, technical program, registration, sponsorship solicitation, papers reviewers, exhibits, publicity, contest competitions, and hospitality (among others).  For further information, send email to , with "2012" in the subject line. 

 

Member Recognition
The Orlando Section Monthly seeks member achievements:
If an IEEE colleague received an award, promotion, appointment, or any other achievement, please inform The Orlando Section Monthly so it can run a notice in its monthly Member Recognitions column. In addition to providing the member's name, please include a brief biography of the member's career and a description of the achievement. Send all notices to

 

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