We had many great events this year! It wouldn't be possible without the support of our members. If you aren't a paid member of IEEE, consider becoming one today! It's one of the best ways to help both the club and yourself. Invest in yourself today: IEEE.org/Join
Black Sage Tour
We toured the anti-drone company Black Sage, and learned about their unique field.
We provided tickets for some of our members to attend this exciting conference.
We taught students how to effectively use GDB to debug their C programs.
DIY 5kW Grid-Tied Solar Photovoltaic System
Dr. Loo gave a presentation on his DIY solar project.
STEM Gala Night
We had a whopping 165 people attend this casino and dance night!
Dr. Loo gave a presentation on cyber-physical systems security.
We had professionals talk about cutting edge technology, career development, and more! Make sure to attend SPAC20 next year!
WMED/Micron Information Session
We had people from Micron come and talk about the WMED conference, internship opportunities, and more.
People Skills For Engineers
Tony Munson gave a talk to our members and the section about how to develop interpersonal skills.
Google AI Remote Presentation
An AI researcher from Google gave a remote presentation to our members on how Google uses AI in its handwriting recognition technology.
Microsoft: Fundamental Barriers in Computing
Perry Lea, Principal Technologist at Microsoft, talked to our members about fundamental barriers in computing, and some of the potential solutions.
Fall 2018 Section Picnic
We hosted the annual IEEE Boise Fall Picnic for students and local professionals.
Leadership positions are open for applications again!
Benefits of leadership positions include:
Unparalleled networking opportunity
Learn in-demand skills
No experience necessary!
Have experts give talks to our members on a wide variety of subjects.
Plan hands-on workshops to teach members valuable skills.
Coordinate tours of local companies.
As a Freshman, help us create events that freshmen want.
As a Sophomore, help us create events that sophomores want.
As a Graduate Student, help us create events that graduate students want.
Help keep track of everything: notes, dates, etc.
Manage the finances of the club: Grants, purchases, etc.
Assist the Chair in running the branch
Guide the branch, keep track of events, coordinate with officers to create events, work with student involvement, and identify & fix problems.
A paid membership in IEEE is a fantastic way to further your professional career. It is an investmentwhich pays its dividends in the form of knowledge, unparalleled networking and career development opportunities. Connections made through IEEE lead to internships, job offers, and more!
It is one of the best ways to help yourself and the branch. Students can join for a heavily discounted rate, so don't delay!