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First Episode of Engineering Spotlight!

First Episode of Engineering Spotlight!

Engineering Spotlight, hosted by EPICS in IEEE, is a new webinar series that will give a glimpse into the careers & lives of engineers. Join us for our first talk, featuring mechanical engineer and IEEE Educational Activities Director of Student Programing Burt...

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2020 Santa Clara / San Jose EPICS Student Engineer Expo

2020 Santa Clara / San Jose EPICS Student Engineer Expo

An inspiring evening with students from Santa Clara University and San Jose State University celebrating our second annual EPICS Expo in Santa Clara. It was fitting that this event was being held on World Engineering Day - and the projects were truly a fine testament...

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EPICS Expo 2020 at Santa Clara University

EPICS Expo 2020 at Santa Clara University

Join us at the 2nd Annual Engineering Student Expo on the beautiful campus of Santa Clara University. Register today to save your spot at this great event, contact us at epics-info@ieee.org for more information

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EPICS in IEEE at the 2020 Rising Stars Conference

EPICS in IEEE at the 2020 Rising Stars Conference

Dr. Stephanie Gillespie, an EPICS in IEEE Committee member, shares about her experience with the program and encourages student conference attendees to consider what problem in their local communities they would like to solve. To learn more about the Rising Stars...

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Ridesharing Apps – An Overview

Ridesharing Apps – An Overview

Taxi-cabs were once considered to be the ideal means of transportation if you were in a highly populated city. But with the emergence of ride-sharing apps, the taxi industry has shown a decline over the past few years. Uber, Lyft, and various ride-sharing apps provide...

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Women in Engineering – An Update

Women in Engineering – An Update

Engineering is a field that has often been considered male-dominated. However, organizations such as IEEE’s Women in Engineering (WIE) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) are striving for parity and gender equality in the workplace for female engineers and...

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The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Sports

In 2002 the Oakland Athletics made use of data and analytics to overcome a small budget and compete against teams with budgets that eclipsed their own. The Athletics proceeded to go on a 20 game win streak showing how effective a data-driven approach can be. Flash...

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Sony – Rollable Smartphone

Most smartphones look pretty similar for the most part right? Google’s Pixel 3, Apple’s iPhone XR, and Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus, they are sleek flat screen phones that utilize a powerful camera. However, Sony plans to break away from this mold with a phone that rolls...

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Google Fuchsia: What is it?

In August of 2016, we heard murmurs of an elusive operating system called Google Fuchsia. Although this system has been in the works for nearly 3 years, Google has been tight-lipped about its features and prototypes. But despite all their clandestine development, one...

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