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Cincinnati is one of nine U.S. markets where Ford Motor Co. said it will be recruiting engineers this year for its push into electric vehicles. The automaker announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit it will add more than 7,000 salaried and hourly jobs over the next two years. Included in that number is 750 salaried engineering jobs in product development and manufacturing. Check out this article for more information.
Tour of Imaging Research Center at the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation (CCRF)
DATE: Thursday, January 27, 2011
PLACE : Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 3333 Burnet Avenue (see below for directions)
TIME : 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Social and Dinner
6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Presentation by Chuck Dumoulin, PH.D
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tour of Imaging Center
8:00 p.m. Departure
COST: No charge for this event, but is limited to the first 20 participants. PLEASE NOTE PRIORITY WILL GO TO IEEE MEMBERS FOR THIS MEETING
MENU SELECTIONS: Pizza, Salad, and drink.
LOCATION: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is located at 3333 Burnet Avenue, between Erkenbrecher and Albert Sabin Way, about ½ mile from I-71.
*Driving Directions can be found at:
Park in the main visitor parking area at the main entrance off of Burnet Avenue
Meet for social hour and dinner in front of the Sabin Auditorium across from main hospital cafeteria, between locations C1 and D1 on the main concourse map
RESERVATIONS: Please email Brian Resnick for reservations at mailto: Reservations@ieeeCincinnati.org or call the Section Voice Mail at 513-629-9380 by Noon, Tuesday, January 25, 2011 if you plan to attend. Please leave your Name, IEEE Member Number, and a daytime telephone number.
PE CREDITS: Depending on the subject matter, attendance at IEEE Cincinnati Section Meetings now qualifies the attendee for Professional Development Hours towards renewal of Professional Engineers Licenses. Required documentation will be available following the meeting! The Section Meetings also provide a great opportunity to network with fellow engineers in the area.
ABOUT THE MEETING: The Imaging Research Center at CCRF was founded in 1993 and serves as the primary imaging research facility for MRI based imaging studies in animals and pediatric subjects in the Cincinnati area. The IRC provides imaging services and also collaborates with University of Cincinnati researchers as well as scientists at universities and corporations in the USA and around the world. The IRC currently operates a 3T whole body MRI scanner, and 1.5T and 7T small animal MRI scanners as well as a CT scanner for small animal imaging research. The 3T Philips whole body scanner is also equipped with MRI compatible audio visual capabilities as well as simultaneous EEG recording equipment. In addition, the IRC engages in clinical research at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital using MRI, Ultrasound, and X-ray imaging systems operated by the Department of Radiology. More information about the IRC can be found at: https://irc.cchmc.org/
The tour will begin with a short presentation by the IRC Scientific Director, Dr. Charles (Chuck) Dumoulin, PhD who will provide an overview of the IRC resources and facilitIes as well as a primer on how MRI works and what it can tell us about biological systems. The group will then tour the MRI research systems and facilities in the IRC.
Note: This tour will be limited to 20 participants on a first come first serve basis. Sign up online or section voicemail.
Note: In the event of inclimate weather, the meeting will be rescheduled. Check the ieeeCincinnati.org website prior to the meeting for any updates.
If you are interested in upgrading your membership to Senior Member, please contact any member of the Executive Committee.
The following individuals are IEEE members who are new to our Section:
We wish to welcome these members to the Cincinnati Section!!!
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IEEE-USA President Commends House for Passing Innovation Legislation
WASHINGTON (21 December 2010) — IEEE-USA President Evelyn Hirt commends the House of Representatives for passing the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2010 on Tuesday.
The legislation, which the Senate passed on 17 December, authorizes federal investment in science, engineering, innovation, technology and competitiveness, and is designed to help the United States maintain its world leadership in high-technology and create jobs. It will now go to President Barack Obama for his signature.
COMPETES strives to, among other things, prepare students for high-skilled, high-paying jobs by improving science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education; keeps basic research program budgets on a path to doubling at the Department of Energy Office of Science, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); reauthorizes the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Energy (ARPA-E), which supports high-risk, high-reward transformational energy technology development; and provides loan guarantees “for a project that re-equips, expands, or establishes a manufacturing facility in the United States.”
“This legislation is important for the United States as it competes to retain global leadership in technology innovation, research and math and science,” Hirt said. “It will enhance needed economic growth and U.S. STEM education, while helping manufacturers become more competitive by supporting innovative manufacturing technologies.”
Rep. Bart Gordon (D-Tenn.), outgoing chairman of the House Science & Technology Committee, said on the House floor Tuesday that more than half of U.S. economic growth since the end of World War II in 1945 can be attributed to the development and deployment of new technologies.
“These investments are the path toward sustainable economic recovery and growth and the path toward prosperity for the next 50 years,” Gordon said. “There is Continue reading
I would like to announce our newly elected section officers.
Section Chair – Stephen Fridrick
Vice Chair – Fred Nadeau
Treasurer – Marwan Nusair
Secretary – Frank Zhou
Member at Large – Jason Wilden
They will all serve for the next two years. Their email addresses and phone numbers are listed on the Section Officers page. Congratulations to everyone.