Build Something Cool – April 9, 2022

IEEE Denver Section – Region 5 Bring Back Build Something Cool on April 9, 2022 Volunteers and 6th – 12th Grade Kids Needed! It was cancelled for 2021 because of Covid-19, but after many member inputs, we are holding it this year again with COVID Health protocols in place for all participants. IEEE engineers, parents… Read more

How Robotics are Revolutionizing Rehabilitation 01/05/2022

Distinguished Guest Lecturer, Dr. Hermano Igo Krebs, Fellow of IEEE, Principal Research Scientist and Lecturer at MIT’s Mechanical Engineering Department We developed novel robotic treatment and evaluation tools and present experimental evidence that demonstrates the unequivocal therapeutic benefits stemming from robot-aided rehabilitation. Date: 05 Jan 2022 Time: 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM All times are US/Mountain

IEEE-USA is offering three FREE half-day virtual professional development events

IEEE-USA is offering three FREE half-day virtual professional development events this year: EVOnCampus 1.0 and 2.0, plus EVOPro. The focus will be on helping EVOlve attendees’ professional skill set, help them plot their career roadmaps, and inspire with dynamic, immersive learning from leading industry experts. The first event is coming up quickly (16 June, less than… Read more

Blockchain in Transactive Energy Webinar

Blockchain in Transactive Energy Webinar description: Blockchain, as applied to Transactive Energy (TE), is an important technology that has the potential to change today’s utility business models towards the utility of the future. There will be impacts to energy automation, distributed solar photovoltaic, distributed energy storage systems (DESS), smart metering, distributed energy resources (DER), etc…. Read more

EMBS Distinguished Lecture – Trans-Energy Multimodal Imaging – Jan. 19 2021,

Trans-Energy Multimodal Imaging: from Development to Commercial Products via Clinical Translation Trans-energy imaging modalities have been significantly explored to overcome existing problems in conventional imaging modalities with respect to spatial/temporal resolutions, penetration depth, signal-to-noise ratio, contrast, and so on. Kim_Flyer_Jan2021