IEEE CTS CTCN and LM July 13, 2022 meeting: The next engineering approach to Source Science Technology

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Can you imagine what it was like to be an engineer before electricity/magnetism concepts, components and equipment were common place? That same kind of frontier engineering is happening in quantum computing and AI development. I will discuss what is happening right now in the development process to support source science technology. This talk will describe facets of the technology that is similar to and different from conventional EE, and how intuition plays into this work. I will use examples of this based on my recent work developing the WISH unit (World Integrity Space Harmonizer) with the primary inventor. I have started a company www.CoherentSpaces.life based on this product development and deployment. Be sure to join this meeting for the cutting edge of deep frontier development and challenge your outdated classical world view.


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  • Date: 13 Jul 2022
  • Time: 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
  • All times are (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
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  • 8401 Cameron Road Austin
  • Austin, Texas
  • United States 78754
  • Room Number: 8
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  • Starts 23 June 2022 01:00 AM
  • Ends 12 July 2022 12:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
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  Speakers

Doug Matzke of Coherent Spaces

Topic:

The next engineering approach to Source Science Technology

Can you imagine what it was like to be an engineer before electricity/magnetism concepts, components and equipment were common place? That same kind of frontier engineering is happening in quantum computing and AI development. I will discuss what is happening right now in the development process to support source science technology. This talk will describe facets of the technology that is similar to and different from convention electrical engineering, and how intuition plays into this work. I will use examples of this based on my recent work developing the WISH unit (World Integrity Space Harmonizer) with the primary inventor. I have started a company www.CoherentSpaces.life based on this product development and deployment. Be sure to join this meeting for the cutting edge of deep frontier development and challenge your outdated classical world view.

Biography:

Dr Doug Matzke is one of very few who has a mind that inhales complex topics like quantum computing, entanglement theory, Higgs boson and hyper-dimensional math. Doug has been awarded nine patents and his longtime interest in quantum computing, energy, consciousness and metaphysics has led to the publication of "Deep Reality: Why Source Science May Be The Key To Understanding Human Potential" written with now deceased physics icon Dr. William Tiller. This book is essentially the roadmap and a business plan for the new www.CoherentSpaces.life company.
 

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Agenda

6:00 to 6:10 PM - Open for participants to enter and network. 

6:10 to 6:20 PM - IEEE LM and CTCN Business meeting and to introduce speaker.

6:20 to 7:30 PM - Formal Program and Q&A. 


The Austin Consultants Network Affinity Group (CTCN) meets monthly. Except when meeting jointly with other groups, the CTCN meet on the third Wednesday each month. Meetings usually begin with informal networking from 6:00 to 6:10 p.m., followed by presentations from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. by experts in topics of interest to IEEE Members.   Our meetings are open to the public.