Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
35 W. Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
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The 2012 IEEE-USA Annual Meeting provides an
unparalleled training opportunity for IEEE’s
U.S. volunteers and members.
Friday's program will focus on fostering innovation in autonomous systems to
dramatically advance aerospace technologies in
cost-effective ways. The number and
capabilities of autonomic systems are growing
fast, but the roadblocks to their increasing use
to augment human systems lies in the technology
gap to ensuring trustworthiness of those
systems. This is critical in aerospace systems,
and must be considered in all phases of
research, but also extends into private sector
systems, as well.
Attendees will be briefed on pressing
social, economic and political issues
surrounding aerospace technologies, as well as training in
how to take outreach programs and ideas home.
In addition to aerospace topics,
the program will provide sessions on basic
volunteer training, interactive workshops honing
leadership skills, exhibits on the latest IEEE
products and services, opportunities for
networking and exchange of best practices, and
IEEE-USA awards ceremony recognizing the best of
our U.S. engineers.
The 2012 IEEE-USA Annual Meeting also:
Hosts exhibits and pre-conference webinar's
focusing on the latest IEEE activities,
products and services.
Offering discussions and workshops from
experts on engineering career development
and lifelong employability.
Provides updates on the IEEE-USA's current
legislative priorities affecting technology
and engineering careers, and information on
how members may take part in an effective
grassroots lobbying network.
Highlights outstanding programs and services
for local members provided by Section,
Chapters, Regions & Societies through poster
sessions, panel discussions and awards.
Provides unparalleled opportunities to meet
and network with other IEEE members from
across the country and across all segments
of the IEEE leaders and membership, from
senior managers to recent college graduates
and most IEEE Societies to exchange ideas
and discuss issues of importance to the U.S.
Disseminates information on IEEE and
IEEE-USA products and services.
Provides a forum for US Region and Section
volunteers to meet, discuss and exchange
information on significant topics including
Technology in Aerospace,"
continuing career development, and policies
that support research and innovation"
affecting U.S. members, Sections and
- Dress code for the Annual Meeting is Business
Keynote & Speaker Video Re-Caps
are now online!
If you missed the
Annual Meeting or want to re-watch something
again, all the keynotes,
luncheon speakers and candidates forums are
available for viewing.
11 April 2012