Register now to secure your spot!IEEE Smart Tech Metro Area Workshops provide participants with a unique learning experience with topics on the cutting-edge of technical innovation today.
Each workshop is a springboard to a deeper understanding of technology and its myriad applications and potential for innovation.The daily tracks for each workshop are designed to make the day as productive and comfortable as possible. You may choose from one workshop per day.On Friday, October 18 three tracks run concurrently all day, choose one:Track 1: Computer Engineering - Managing a Secure Software Development and AppInventorTrack 2: Introduction to Smart GridTrack 3: Life Science - Biotechnology & Medical Device TechnologyOn Saturday, October 19 three tracks run concurrently all day, choose one:Track 1: Computer Engineering - Embedded Software & Cloud in the Business EnvironmentTrack 2: Wireless Communications & Spread Spectrum DesignTrack 3: Career AssistanceOn Friday the workshop begins at 7 a.m. with a continental breakfast and registration, moves through an opening session on Friday morning and course instruction, to lunch at noon. Two more course sessions, separated by a break, culminate at 5:00 p.m.At 5:30 p.m.on Friday, join us for a reception with a light dinner and a cash bar after the keynote address by Paul Miller, Client Trainer for monster.com.On Saturday morning, breakfast begins at 7 a.m. Track sessions begin at 8:30 a.m. The workshop officially ends at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday.>>View the full day agenda and course descriptions for IEEE Smart Tech in Atlanta.Dress code for the workshop series is business casual. CEUs will be awarded for all workshops.Course content is provided by IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Power & Energy Society, IEEE Computer Society and IEEE-USA.Registration and Hotel InformationYour registration fee includes two days of instruction, breakfast and lunch both days, and the Friday evening reception with a light dinner (cash bar will be available). IEEE Members*
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