Computer Building Workshop

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On February 19th, 2014, Co-Chair, Christian A. Damo conducted a Computer Building Workshop in Holmes Hall 411 to educate members of the various components of a computer.  The workshop offered members an opportunity to answer their personal questions about computer lingo, trends, and upgrades. Christian Damo is a long-time computer enthusiast and loves introducing his knowledge of computers to our IEEE members. Christian is a Computer Engineering senior and recently worked as a co-op for Advanced Micro Devices in the Spring of 2013.

If you missed it, watch the workshop below!

Student Project Wins Holmescoming Competition

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The IEEE Student Branch is awarded $300 for best student organization booth at November’s Holmescoming Alumni event. With the help of EE undergraduates Jake Tsuyemura and Joshua Rivera, IEEE student branch created an Arduino breathalyzer game. Holmescoming guests enjoyed playing the game as the higher the player’s alcohol levels, the more christmas lights lit up a coconut tree.  IEEE student members spoke with guests about the importance of alcohol awareness and additional projects members participate in, such as Micromouse and Nanosat. Judging was consisted of the criteria: Interactive, Informative, Creativity, and Decor. IEEE Student Branch would like to send a great thank you to all the members who volunteered to help make this event and win possible.

Tri-Major Tournament BBQ!

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ECUH along with IEEE, ASCE, ASME, HKN, ASUH, and Sony presents the First Annual Tri-Major Tournament BBQ! Come down to the Holmes Hall Lawn on Wednesday, October 30 from 3PM-6PM to see the Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineers duke it out to win points towards the coveted Holmes Hall Cup!

There’ll be free food, lots of games, and a chance to win a prize from Sony!

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Breathalyzer Exhibit Project

drinkshieldIEEE Student Branch has been approved to design and create a breathalyzer exhibit to be featured at Holmescoming on November 8th, 2013. It will be a great chance to use and learn skills in programming, soldering, and circuit design. (Not to mention cool custom projects are always fun!) We are still early in our design, but if you are interested in joining our project team, fill out the form here.

For more information about this project, attend our next general meeting October 14th at 5:00pm in Holmes Hall 389.

Internship and Co-op Seminar Recap

DSC_0432On September 18th, Dr. Sasaki held his popular annual Internship and Co-op Seminar.  Students were able to learn vital information on how internships and cooperative education can help pave their way to a successful career.  Internships are short-term, paid work experiences with local or mainland companies while cooperative education integrates classroom instruction with real-world work experience.  Among the student speakers, IEEE UHM’s very own Christian Damo and Matthew Inouye were there to brief the prospective interns about their personal stories!

To see all the photos, visit our PhotoBucket album for this event!

Women’s Transportation Seminar: A Career Opportunities & Networking Event

 This FREE event is for students to experience networking and meet transportation leaders in Hawaii. The event is open to those (especially women) interested in the transportation fields (i.e., Planning, architecture, engineering, environmental, etc.)

It is best to participate in this event because you will meet top-level transportation industry leaders. Networking is the first step in building professional relationships  If you don’t find transportation interesting, think of it as a way to prepare or practice for a company you want to work with.

When: October 24, 2013, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m
Where: Oahu Country Club, 150 Country Club Road

If you are interested, please RSVP by October 11th, 2013 to Lois Hamaguchi at lhamaguchi@honolulu.gov with your name, college, and email address. Space is limited.

 
Check out the flyer: WTS Flyer

IEEE 1st General Meeting Recap

First General Meeting

Our first general meeting was held this past Wednesday, September 11, 2013. We had a great turnout of almost 80 people.  It started out with a presentation from the Entrepreneur Club. Next, we introduced this year’s IEEE board. We then gave a brief overview of all the events planned for this semester. Refer to the widget on the right hand side to see what’s on our events calendar. Please check in frequently for new and exciting events ahead.

Finally, please feel free to contact us at ieee@hawaii.edu if you have any comments, questions, or better yet, a desire to pitch in and lend some of your time to make this year the best it can be!!!!

First General Meeting Slideshow

Relive the Epic Officer Introduction

Movie Night – John Dies at the End

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Join us as you spend the bad luck day for a movie that sounds like it has spoiled its own ending.

When: 5:00 pm, Friday 13, September, 2013
Where: Holmes Hall 389
$1 Donations are appreciated

Please feel free to suggest a movie for the next movie night and tell us what you think of the movie nights by emailing ieee@hawaii.edu so we can improve movie night for all.

John Dies At The End TRAILER

Love y’all faces and see you at Movie Night!

 

1st General Meeting

When: Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 at 5:00 p.m.
Location: POST 127

Attend the first IEEE General Meeting of the year! We will be talking about what IEEE is, introducing the new officers, and listing events we have planned for the year. You will also get the chance to sign-up to volunteer for our events and get some delicious food. Come and spend some time with fellow Electrical and Computer Engineering students to get a chance to talk with our officers, Student Advisory Board Members, and peers.

What is the EE Student Advisory Board?

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Members place 3rd in iCAN International Competition

IEEE Members, recently graduated Brian Oshiro & Ken Galvez, and undergraduate students Kenny Luong & Karlo Andrada are awarded 3rd Place in the 2013 International Contest of Applications in Nano-Micro Technology held in Barcelona, Spain; June 15th-20th, 2013.

 Karlo_VBMSTogether they entered the contest with a “Vital Baby Monitor System” (VBMS). Designed to lower the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) monitoring a baby’s body temperature, heart-rate, and movement. The VBMS was designed to alert parents to health alarming readings and informs parents if their child is awake while calming the baby with tranquil music.