Dine and Learn: Superbowl Communication Management

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The Denver Section would like to invite you to join us for the latest presentation in our Dine and Learn series!

Come join your fellow IEEE members and local engineers for a fun filled evening of appetizers, networking, and dinner, while we discover exciting new innovations in technology. Once a month one of your local Denver IEEE Societies will host the event and bring in a unique speaker related to their field to present. This provides you, our members, with a unique opportunity to explore and learn about exciting new technologies being developed around you. Early on in the evening you’ll also have ample opportunity to mingle with your fellow engineers and colleagues delving into a broad range of technical expertise.

We will provide the appetizers, but dinner is at your own expense. Dinner for students is free.

If there is a specific speaker or topic you find interesting please let us know and we will try to accommodate it in the schedule.

Upcoming presentations:

April - TBD

May - TBD



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  • 10633 Westminster Blvd
  • #900
  • Westminster, Colorado
  • United States 80020
  • Building: Rock Bottom Brewery
  • Room Number: in the "Promenade Room"
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  Speakers

Kate Landow

Topic:

Superbowl Communication Management

Ever wonder about what happens behind the scene at Super Bowl? Game Day Coordinators (GDCs) play a role in the success of Super Bowls, serving to coordinate, organize, and support the thousands of wireless spectrum users participating in the Super Bowl and related events. The NFL employs GDCs for every NFL team, with 6 GDCs calling Denver home. Come share some appetizers with Kate, and learn a little bit about her Super Bowl experience.

Biography:

Kate Carney Landow is a Senior Engineering Program Manager and SBE Certified Broadcast Technologist at DISH with over 20 years’ experience in the field of telecommunications. Kate provides responsive technical leadership and motivation of a Quality Testing and Integration team responsible for integration of software supporting broadcast services. A member of IEEE, Kate holds a MS from University of Colorado in Interdisciplinary Telecommunications.





Agenda

6:00 - 6:15 Registration and Appetizers

6:00 - 7:15 Dinner and Networking

7:30 - 9:00 Presentation



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