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IEEE Argentina y la Rama estudiantil de Fiuba invitan 10/11
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IEEE Argentina y la Rama estudiantil de Fiuba invitan 10/11
Hola, soy estudiante de ingenieria electronica de la UBA. Les traigo una invitacion que tal vez les interese.
No conozco el orden del foro, perdon si esta mal ubicado. Saludos.

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IEEE Argentina y la Rama estudiantil de Fiuba invitan a las conferencias:

How Engineers Make a Difference
Profesor Alex Hills, Carnegie Mellow University, Fellow del IEEE
Engineers and other technology professionals have great employment prospects, and they are in a good position to make lots of money. But do engineers give back to their communities? Absolutely! Engineers can and do make a big difference to society. This lecture describes how technology professionals and students are contributing to their local communities and to developing nations around the world. The lecture also explains how they can make even greater contributions in the future.

EPICS - Engineering Projects in Community Service
Ing Edward J. Coyle, Purdue University.
The Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) Program matches teams of undergraduates in engineering with not-for-profit, educational, and government organizations in the community. The student teams work closely with their partner organizations to identify ways that technology can enable them to improve their internal operations or the services that they offer to the community. The teams then design, develop, construct, deploy and support systems which provide these improved operations and services.
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Smart Wi-Fi
Profesor Alex Hills, Carnegie Mellow University, Fellow del IEEE
Companies want wireless networks that are highly reliable and perform well. In addition, they want networks that can adapt to shifts in traffic loads and changes in the radio environment. The ideal is to have reliability, availability, and throughput that are similar to those of wired networks.
Smart Wi-Fi, second generation Wi-Fi technology, is a step in this direction. A centralized architecture is combined with software running on an intelligent switch to make possible: dynamic channel allocation, dynamic transmit power control, and load sharing. Each of these can improve the performance of a Wi-Fi network.

Las conferencias se dictaran en idioma ingles. Entrada de acceso libre y gratuito.
Lunes 10 de noviembre, 18 hs.
Salón del Consejo Directivo de la facultad de ingeniería de la UBA.
Paseo Colón 850
04-11-2008 12:03
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