IEEE Orlando Section Monthly

Vol. 51, No. 10 - November 2018


Advancing Technology for Humanity

IEEE Orlando Section Monthly - Vol. 51, No. 10 - November 2018

Section/Society Chapter/Affinity Group Events

Section News


Employment Opportunities

  • Local Job Openings
    • Forensic Electrical Engineer Expert Witness
    • Security Design Leader - Justice Facilities
    • Robotics Part Time Faculty Member Position Available at Valencia College

Other IEEE News/Events

IEEE Orlando Section Joint General Meeting / EP Technical Meeting

Topic: "Fundamentals of Printed Wiring Boards for Aerospace Applications"

Guest Speaker: Scott Clary, Engineering Manager at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control

Presenter Biography: Dr. Clary has been an Electromechanical Engineering Manager and an electronics packaging subject matter expert at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control in Orlando, Florida for 34 years where he has personally mentored dozens of early career engineers. In addition, he has been a member of the Florida Institute of Technology's Graduate Faculty, and their Extended Studies Virtual Site Curriculum Manager of Operations Research, for 20 years advising students and teaching numerous different courses in engineering, mathematics, management science, and project management. Dr. Clary has been heavily involved in a variety of STEM-related activities his whole career including science and engineering fairs at the local, state, and national levels. He is an American Society of Mechanical Engineers Fellow, an American Society for Quality Fellow, an International Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging Society Fellow, an INCOSE Expert Systems Engineering Professional, an ABET Program Evaluator for the Engineering Accreditation Commission and Applied Science Accreditation Commission, and a Senior Examiner for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. As a Senior Member of IEEE, Dr. Clary is very active in the Orlando Section where he serves on several committees each year, and has been the Chapter Chair for the CPMT / Electronics Packaging Society for the last six years.

Date: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm: Social and Refreshments; 7:00 - 8:30 pm: General Meeting

Place: The historic Dr. Phillips House at 135 N Lucerne Cir E, Orlando, FL 32801, in Downtown Orlando

  1) From I-4 Eastbound, take exit 82A to merge onto FL-408 Eastbound
  2) From FL-408 Eastbound, take exit 10C toward FL-527/Orange Ave/Downtown
  3) Keep left at the fork to continue toward Delaney Ave
  4) Turn left onto Delaney Ave
  5) Then immediately turn left onto N Lucerne Cir E
  6) Look for the Dr. Phillips House on the right side of the road at 135 N Lucerne Cir E, Orlando, FL 32801

Parking: The MAP is marked to show the locations for complimentary parking. We may park in front of the Dr. Phillips House and along one side of the street in front of the home. We may also park in the Parking Garage, 500 Delaney Avenue (the lower level or upper level). And we may also park behind the Dr. Phillips House in a lot under the overpass which is not shown on the map

Cost: Meeting attendance is free to all IEEE members and Non-IEEE members.

RSVP: Deb Hall,

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December 18th: IEEE Orlando Section 2018 Holiday End of Year Celebration and Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS) Meeting at the Citrus Club downtown

Date: Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm: Social and Refreshments; 7:00 - 8:30 pm: General Meeting

Place: The Citrus Club, Temple Room, 255 S Orange Ave #1800, Orlando, FL 32801

Parking: The parking garage cost will be covered by the IEEE Orlando Section. Please bring the parking garage ticket to be validated at the Citrus Club.

Cost: It is a completely free event

RSVP: - We only have 32 spots available at the Citrus Club


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Call for Orlando Section Volunteers for SoutheastCon 2022

The Orlando Section is looking to host the SoutheastCon 2022 in Orlando, FL in early 2022. Four years away but the planning needs to start now. Up first is the application to Region 3 where we need to identify Orlando section members to fulfill key roles in the event. Roles include Conference Treasurer and Publication Chair along with vice chairs for Conference Treasurer, Conference Information, Conference Publications, and Conference Technical Program. The planning committee is also being established. Please contact Varadraj Prabhu by May 10th if you are interested in supporting the SoutheastCon 2022 in Orlando, FL.

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Call for Volunteers for Chapter Officers and Committee Officers

The Orlando Section is currently seeking volunteers for Chapter Officers and Committee Officers. Interested individuals should e-mail the Section Chair Deb Hall at, to schedule an information session and interview.

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