Selected Past Events of Interest
Selected Past Events of Interest
New Jersey Coast IEEE Robot Challenge 2017
April 22, 2017
Year 2017 Results Ranking By Overall Score:
First Place: WMD60–Walkerz / Zombie (William Dickinson HS, Jersey City) — 84.8 points
Second Place: EDB11–Nyan-Bot / Nyan-Bot (Edison HS, Edison) — 82.6 points
Third Place: MAN16–Rawr XD / Rawr XD (Manalapan HS, Manalapan) — 79.9 points
visit for more: http://www.robotchallengenj.com/
IEEE Teacher-In-Service Program (TISP) Workshop
November 5th and 6th, 2016
- The New Jersey Coast Section, along with the North Jersey and Princeton-Central Jersey Sections co sponsored Teacher In Service Program to train volunteers (and educators) on how to provide in-service programs to local pre-university educators. TISP provides a forum for IEEE volunteers to demonstrate the application of engineering, science and mathematics concepts by sharing their real-world experiences with local pre-university educators.
- The event was open to IEEE Members and Educators. See the specific information for Members IEEE TISP Training Workshop – Members, or Educators IEEE TISP Training Workshop – Teachers, respectively.
- IEEE Educational Activities Board sponsored this program –Please contact Lynn Bowlby (email@example.com) for specific information or questions.
2016 Awards Banquet and IEEE Milestones Dedication
In recognizing the achievements of our members and their contributions to the engineering profession, our community, and the IEEE New Jersey Coast Section activities. This year, we had two internationally recognized IEEE Milestones in Electrical Engineering and Computing: ASCII and TAT-8. IEEE President Barry Shoop dedicated the milestone plaques in the presence of senior executives from industry. Banquet keynote was by Bob Lucky, known worldwide for his writing and speaking about technology and society. The banquet and milestones dedication provided a unique opportunity for companies and organizations to meet and congratulate the awardees and showcase their local presence.
2015 Conference on Mobile Security/Cyber Security and Privacy
Mobile security, cyber security, and privacy have become more critical in our business, government, travel, healthcare, and every-day lives. With society’s exploding dependence on mobile devices and wireless technologies, effective security solutions have become increasingly important in everyday life. Whether you are a security expert or a novice, practical solutions are crucial in your industry as well as personal life. This high-impact one-day conference covered these important topics from business, academia, federal government, and research catching up on the latest trends, review the issues, collaborate with colleagues in industry and research and taking away practical ideas to enhance security of our world.
Selected Past Activities
Speaker: Dr. Kenneth J. Lutz Wed. Sept. 16 2015, 6:00 PM, Shrewsbury, NJ
Space-Division Multiplexed Transmission Using Multimode Fiber
Speaker: Nick Fontaine (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent) Friday June 12 2015, Eatontown, NJ
IEEE NJ Coast 50th Anniversary Banquet Celebration
Keynote speaker: Nobel Laureate Robert Wilson
When: Thursday May 28th, 2015
Where: Colts Neck Inn, 6 County Road, Route 537 West, Colts Neck, NJ 07722
Dr. Richard A. Wakefield
Generation, Detection, and Transmission of Terabit/s and Higher “Channel” Rates using Multicarrier Solutions
Dr. S. Chandrasekhar, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent
The NJ Coast Section Robot Challenge 2016
Ranking By Overall Score:
First Place: MLS16–RoboFetts / AT-ST (Middletown South HS, Middletown) — 87.8 points
Second Place: HTH24–Han Quartet / Star Wars (High Tech HS, Lincroft) — 86.9 point
Third Place: HTH23–Matt Damon & The Potatoes / Matt Damon (High Tech HS, Lincroft) — 85.3 points
Honorable Mention For Fastest Track Time
MLS16–RoboFetts / AT-ST (Middletown South HS, Middletown) — 15 min. 48 sec.
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March 25, 2015 @ Neptune High School, Neptune, NJ
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March 19, 2015 @ Midtown School, Neptune, NJ
March 18, 2015 @ Neptune High School, Neptune, NJ
March 11, 2015 @ Neptune High School, Neptune, NJ
February 25, 2015 @ Neptune High School, Neptune, NJ
Dr. William Cox (Cox Software Architects)
Preparing Education Today For The Manufacturing of Tomorrow
Jan. 20 2015, Eatontown, NJ 07724
Skills Gaps and Skills Training is THE hot topic affecting manufacturing of all types today! Come to this session to find out first-hand what is being done about it! Networking with Pizza Supper and a Professional Talk.
Co Sponsored by the IEEE Education Society and Women In Engineering AND the International Society of Automation NJ Chapter. Hosted by Festo Didactic.
NJ Coast MTT Chapter/DISTINGUISHED MICROWAVE LECTURER
“An Introduction to Software Defined Radio for Microwave Engineers”
Jeffrey Pawlan, Pawlan Communications
New Jersey Coast Robot Challenge, Saturday April 5th 2014, at Brookdale Community College (Lincroft, NJ)
The Capacity Limit of Single-Mode Fibers and Opportunities for Multimode and Multicore Fibers in Optical Networks
Dr. René-Jean Essiambre, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent
Dr. Muriel Medard