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This Week’s Events
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Biomedical Device Workshop
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on May 1st in the Shannon Room Engineering IV #54-134
Whether you’re building an X-Ray, a pacemaker, or a motorized wheelchair, you need an EE. In this workshop we’ll look at common medical systems and the electronics that make them work. We’ll explore how advances in implantable electronics and biomedical imaging are driving the frontiers of what doctors can do, and explore the challenges & regulations of building a medical device. We hope to see you there!
IEEE x WATT x Qualcomm AI/ML Infosession + Networking Night
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on May 4th in Haines Hall Room A18
Interested in AI/ML? RSVP to IEEE + WATT's collaboration with Qualcomm for a night of cool demos and networking with Qualcomm engineers who are working in the field (and may be interested in recruiting!). Of course, there will be free food provided :) RSVP here!
Next Week’s Events
OPS Lecture 10: PID Control
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm on May 10th, Faraday Room Engineering IV #67-124
The time has come...for the FINAL OPS lecture of the year! We'll be sending you off with a lecture & project (allegedly) stolen from OPS by the ECE 3 Briggs-mobile. And don't forget about the FREE FOOD! We hope you all have enjoyed our series of lectures this year, and we're looking forward to finishing things off on a fantastic, knowledge-filled note!
Member of the Week
Year and major: Sophomore, Computer Science
Involvement with IEEE: 2023-24 EVP, 2022-23 Secretary/EDI Chair, GB Lead of Shredded ChIEEEse, AMP, Pocket Racers, OPS, general tomfoolery
Hobbies: Reading, writing, gardening, cooking, going to small concerts
Favorite memory with IEEE: GB Olympics #2 where Shredded ChIEEEse stayed on top 🔝
Your most useless talent or fun fact: I did ballet for 10 years but I have lost all my skills
What you would be doing if time and money were not an issue: Reading and cooking the whole day, probably still would be in a community focused organization like IEEE
Piece of advice to our readers: Do what makes you happy and trust your gut. If something is scary or seems like a lot of work, but you have a gut feeling you want to do it, just do it! Don’t be afraid of hard work, just balance it well.
The FunnIEEE Part
Meme of the Week
Meme by me (BenjIEEE, your NEW secretary). All jokes aside, congrats Theo on EVP and the rest of the 2023-2034 Officer Board. Thank you all for coming to elections, I look forward to meeting you all and making you all a wonderful newsletter. With that, BenjIEEE out.
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I think Jackie would be Micheal Scott because of her boba addiction and aversion to vegetables. Idk if micheal had a boba addiction but it always leads back to that