Engineering East (Building 20)
M-R: 10:00AM to 5:00PM
F: 10:00AM to 3:00PM
Want to get involved? Stop by our next social or industry event and learn more about the club. Or, put together a project proposal that you’re interested in for potential funding. There are many ways to engage with our club and get the most out of your major.
With our state-of-the-art IEEE Collaboration Lab, we’re well equipped to provide our members with the necessary components and lab equipment they need for classes, projects, and hobbies.
Our student branch depends on industry partnerships to bring students closer to their potential employers. We host tech talks, workshops, and recruiting opportunities to help our members see what a career in the computing industry can look like.
Calling all Freshmen and Transfer students! Do you need help planning for your courses next quarter? Do you need help navigating through registration? IEEE is having a REGISTRATION PARTY for those of
Calling all Freshmen and Transfer students!
Do you need help planning for your courses next quarter? Do you need help navigating through registration?
IEEE is having a REGISTRATION PARTY for those of you that need help on course registration. On Tuesday, November 6th, in 20-136, come out and ask questions to learn from experienced students how to master the stressful and tiresome process of registering through PASS (Plan a Student Schedule).
(Tuesday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Building 20 Room 136
The Diversity Advisory Committee Board (DCAB) is a cohort of diversity representatives from various professional engineering organizations, as well as Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP). These clubs include: WISH, SWE, IEEE,
The Diversity Advisory Committee Board (DCAB) is a cohort of diversity representatives from various professional engineering organizations, as well as Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP). These clubs include: WISH, SWE, IEEE, NSBE, SHPE, Color Coded and SCE. If you identify as an underrepresented minority, we would like to invite you to a special lean-in circle with our community of organizations. Our topic will focus on allyship within our respective majors, identities, and backgrounds. The lean in circle will be on Tuesday November 6th from 6-7PM in 14-250. If you have any questions about this lean-in circle please contact Patricia Liu at [email protected]. We hope to see you there!
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Boeing Satellite Systems is hosting an EE Department tour of its 1,000,000 square foot satellite factory in El Segundo, CA (near LAX). The tour will also include the Electronic
Boeing Satellite Systems is hosting an EE Department tour of its 1,000,000 square foot satellite factory in El Segundo, CA (near LAX). The tour will also include the Electronic Products design, manufacturing and test area as well as an opportunity to meet hiring managers and other Cal Poly alumni. Boeing’s satellite business group is actively recruiting recent/upcoming college graduates to work on systems like O3b. O3b provides wideband communications to the “Other 3 Billion” people in the southern hemisphere (not US, Europe or China). Its “super-powered” mPower satellites will have 30,000 fully shapeable and steerable beams, making it the world’s most bandwidth-efficient satellite system.
To participate in the tour, you’ll need to be a US Citizen, sign standard waivers and provide a refundable $5 deposit to Lani Woods (exact change only). Transportation and lunch will be provided. Meet the van(s) for on campus at 7:00 am (travel plus tour will take all day, so you’ll also miss any classes on the 9th). You must sign up by October 31st. Tour coordinator and EE lecturer Steve Dunton can provide more information.
Boeing will accommodate up to 30 students on the tour and priority will be given to upper division EE students.
All Day (Friday)
Boeing Satellite Development Center
Cal Poly EE Department
Ever wondered what it takes to get hired by tech companies? Get an Intel engineer's insider perspective on what they look for at career fairs and interviews!
Ever wondered what it takes to get hired by tech companies? Get an Intel engineer’s insider perspective on what they look for at career fairs and interviews!
(Thursday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Room 126, Building 20
Ethan De Guzman
Interested in FPGA design? Want to learn how to create digital circuits used for serial communication? Intel's Introduction to FPGA High Speed I/O workshop consists of a 90 minute lecture
Interested in FPGA design? Want to learn how to create digital circuits used for serial communication? Intel’s Introduction to FPGA High Speed I/O workshop consists of a 90 minute lecture followed by a 90 minute lab introducing students to high speed serializer/deserializer (SERDES/Transceiver) circuits in digital electronics. Sign up here
(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Ethan De Guzman
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