Dine and Learn: Unpacking the Internet of Everything/Everyone

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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:

March: Flexible product development: liberate your product innovation from stages and gates.

April: Denver WIE and Denver EMBS cosponsored event 



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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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  • Co-sponsored by Lanbing Shan
  • Starts 01 February 2019 01:00 PM
  • Ends 12 February 2019 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Mountain
  • No Admission Charge
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  Speakers

ERNEST WORTHMAN

ERNEST WORTHMAN

Topic:

the Internet of Everything/Everyone

The IoX is will be one of the most disruptive platforms of this century. It will be the common platform that will connect everything and everyone, mostly via wireless. However, currently there are many different visions of what it will ultimately exist as. As well, there no clear understanding of how all of the elements of it will integrate and how existing and developing technologies will function and coexist. This presentation will look at the many wireless technologies that will enable the Internet of Everything/Everyone (IoX), what they are and the technology around them.

Biography:

 

Presently, Ernest Worthman is the Executive Editor of Applied Wireless and the principal of Worthman & Associates, a high-tech writing firm.

 

Ernest has over 25 years of experience in high-tech print and online publishing as an Editorial Director, Technical Editor and high-tech/engineering writer. 

 

He has held several editorial positions across a number of high-tech publications including Semiconductor Engineering’s cybersecurity and Internet of Everything/Everyone (IoX) channels, Editor of RF Design, Editorial director or Reed’s Wireless group which included Wireless Design and Development and Fiber Optic Technology and several other editorial positions.

 

In addition to his experience across a number of high-tech platforms, he owns a consulting practice, which, among other things, developed edge-of-the envelope training courses for computer software/hardware and OSs. His clients include Agilent (now Keysight) Technologies, RF Industries, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Advanced Linear Devices, IBM, and others for which he does technical and engineering writing.

 

He holds an AAS in digital technology and a BSEET from Metropolitan State University of Denver. He is both a life and senior member of the IEEE, the IEEE VTS Press liaison and a member of several IEEE societies.





Agenda

6:00 - 6:15 Registration and Appetizers

6:00 - 7:00 Dinner and Networking

7:00 - 8:30 Presentation



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