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Professional Development and
Latest Trends in Emerging Topics
for Practicing Engineers
Professional Development Hours Will be Available
November 8th - 9th, 2013
8:00 AM

Indianapolis Marriott East
7202 East 21st Street


November 8th, 2013
Technical Program
David Koehler
8:15-9:15 Design Issues For Electronic Health Records
Using Cloud Computing Technologies

Paul Lin
Sayed Nayab Hassan
9:15-10:15 Design Of A Reliable Communication System Using
Cloud-Based Technologes For Corrosion Monitoring System

Paul Lin
MengWei Li
10:30-11:30That Thing In Your Pocket Is Really A Computer!
The Future Of Mobile Computing

Edward Delp,
Video and Image Processing Laboratory,
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
School of Biomedical Engineering,
Purdue University
12:30-1:30The "Inverse Recipe" Problem: How To Figure Out The Amount
Of Each Ingredient Used To Prepare A Food From Its Label

Mimi Boutin,
Professor Purdue University,
Chair Signal Processing Society
1:30-2:30Providing Security And Privacy In Vehicular Cloud Computing
Gongjun Yan, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor in Computer Science,
University of Southern Indiana
2:45-3:45 Condition Assessment of Transformers
Through Analytical Testing of Insulating Fluids

David Koehler,
Manager Laboratory Services
Doble Engineering Company
Central Indiana Section-IEEE Chair,
IEEE-Region 4 East Area Chair,
IEEE-Region 4 Strategic Planning Committee
3:45-4:45Failure Analysis Of Electronic Components
Kevin VanZuilen:
Chair IEEE- Fort Wayne Section
November 9th, 2013
Membership Development Program
David Koehler
8:15-9:15Patent Basics for Engineers
Matt Schantz,
Intellectual Property Lawyer
Frost Brown Todd, LLC
9:15-10:15Disruptive Technology: The Coming Revolution in Software Development
John Layden
President, Time Compression Strategies
10:30-11:30Leadership Skills
Don Bramlett
IEEE Region 4 Advisor
12:30-1:30 Workforce Diversity
Ms. Angelina Rodriguez
Manager, Cummins
1:30-2:30 Being Women, Engineer and Manager!
Tara Vatcher
President, LHP Software Solutions
2:45-3:45Interview, Resume Building, And Job Seeking Skills
Necessary For Today's Business Environment

Jennifer Williams,
Director, Office of Career Services and Professional Development,
Purdue School of Engineering and Technology,
3:45-4:45 The Process And Importance Of Acquiring FE/PE Licensing
Dr. Razban
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis


Registration Information
IEEE Members: $50 per day or $80 for both days
Non IEEE Members: $80 per day or $140 for both days
IEEE Life Members: $35 per day or $60 for both days
Student Members: $35 per day or $60 for both days
Non IEEE Student: $45 per day or $70 for both days
After November 4th fees go up 20%
Please Note: In order to keep attendee costs low, the Central Indiana Section has agreed to subsidize costs. Anybody registering on or after Nov 4, 2013 will be charged an additional 20% late fee. Registration fee includes daily presentation materials and all meals (continental breakfast, morning break, lunch, and afternoon break)
Exhibitor Information
Price for the exhibitors: $250 (1 attendee + $100 for each additional)
Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Registration Closed

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