Time: June 17, 2010, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Venue: ITRI International, 2870 Zanker Rd., Suite #140, San Jose, CA 95134
Speakers: Dr. Chin-Ching Huang, VP & CTO NeoPacOptoelectronics
"Main Factors of LED Lighting"
Recently, there have been many new developments in the LED lighting industry. In this seminar, Dr. Huang will be discussing many important LED factors such as electrical, thermal, optical characteristics, performance, reliability, safety and cost. Moreover, he will discuss why and when LED lighting will hit the real, mainstream business.
For presentation file, please click here.
Place: 595 Lawrence Expressway, 2nd floor, Sunnyvale, CA
Free Admission, complementary refreshment. You are invited to join the seminar.
Seminar Agenda (Click here for Seminar Flyer)
|1:00pm-2:00pm||Panel discussion on "Career Perspective and risk management" is led by Dr. Gerry Liu, Sr. VP of marketing of Pericomand a panel of broad international work experience. Questions from audience are welcomed to collectively seek the path!|
|2:00pm-2:05pm||Break, complimentary refreshment, networking.|
|2:05pm-4:35pm||Talks by career coach, HR manager and recruiter, inspire audiences, recognizing & utilizing your skills:
|4:35pm-4:40pm||Break, complimentary refreshment, networking.|
|4:45pm-5:30pm||Plenary session of College graduates sharing job search experience, advice/feedback from HR professionals
Close to 200 attended this event on June 5th. The audience was very enthusiastic about this event and warmly requested more in the future. Quite a lot of the attendance expressed the desire to join CIE as a member.
The Career Seminar was made up of 3 sessions. It started with a panel discussion on "Career Perspective and Risk Management". The panel is made up of
Dr. Gerry Liu, SVP Marketing of Pericom,
Dr. Wen Wang, President of Multech Engineering Consultant and adjunct professor in SJSU,
Dr. Bernard Shung, co-founder and VP of SiBEAM, and
Dr. Lee Yang, Fellow of SMIC.
Several subjects were discussed, including: career decision making, the respective risk in large corporation/small company/startup/consultant, impact to employees during M&A, and the most important mindset in 21st century.
The 2nd session had 5 experts on human resource, executive recruiter and career coaching sharing their views on the job search skill, mindset, and how it is done from the employer's perspective. The audience responded warmly with many questions. The presenters were
Mr. Paul Bagen, from Premier career Coaching,
Mr. Fidel Sanchez, Work2Future
Mr. Leon Bezdikian, VP of HR of SiBEAM
Mr. Steve Lu, Direct Management Recruiters, and
Ms. Bette Young, Career Coach with Drake Beam Morin.
The last session was contributed by 5 recent graduates from college. They shared their job search experience and how the college background helped them. CIE-SF thanks
Mr. Eugene Berson,
Mr. Irving Chien
Mr. Clifford Lin
Ms. Yvonne Ho and
Ms. Jennifer Soong.
This event was free to attendees with complimentary refreshment. CIE-SF is grateful to the sponsors who made this event possible. Special thanks to Worldjounral which helped reaching out to the community by posting the event on its newspaper.
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In the afternoon, there were three parallel tracks of seminars including "Emerging Technologies", "Business & Law", and "Humanities". The afternoon seminars were organized in concert with the conference theme.
CIE/USA is a non-profit, non-political organization serving the local engineering community. Founded in 1917, CIE/USA is one of the oldest and the most prestigious Chinese-American engineering associations in U.S. It has 6 chapters in the U.S. including the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter. CIE/USA also co-hosts three biannual engineering conferences in Taipei, Beijing, and Hong Kong .
The conference attracted hundreds of attendees including Cupertino City Mayor Kris Wang, Cupertino City Councilman Barry Chang, many Marvell employees, local engineering societies, media reporters and a group of UC Berkeley students.
We have a success "Career in Green Technology" event on 6/20/2009. This event was sponsored by National Science Council, Taiwan , R.O.C. and co-hosted by many Bay Area engineering organizations. The co-hosted organizations included CIE, NATEA, CASPA, CBA, and CARES. There were about 300 attendees showed up in the event. We had interactive discussions in many fields of the green technology. Detail information about the speakers and their slides can be found below.
Transition to Clean Tech & Renewable Energy, Dr. William Kao
Eco-Sustainability: Economic Growth and Energy Savings via ICT, Henry ML Wong
Energy Saving in U.S. and Taiwan, Jen-Chang Chou
LED Lighting -- A brief introduction, Dr. C.C. Huang
Sponsored by National Science Council, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Organized by CIE, TECO, CBA, NATEA, CASPA
Goal: To provide introductory information for professional engineers to consider a possible different career path in biomedical engineering
Time: Saturday, June 27, 2009, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Silicon Valley Conference Room
5201 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, California, USA 95054
Fee: FREE Admission with pre-registration
On-line registration: http://www.eventbee.com/view/cieshortcourse/event?eventid=59301
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Registration
1:30 pm - 1:40 pm Welcome Remarks
1:40 pm - 2:25 pm Medical Technology - Past, Present and Future
2:25 pm - 3:05 pm Career in Biospace
3:05 pm - 3:30 pm Break
3:30 pm - 4:15 pm Biomaterials and SJSU Medical Device Curriculum
4:15 pm - 5:00 pm Path to Become a Medical Device Engineer
Mr. Mir Imran, Founder, InCube Laboratories
"Medical Technology - Past, Present and Future"
Dr. Henry Wachob, Founder and President, Bio2Device Group,
"To Be or Not To Be - Is Biospace Your Long Term Career Goal?"
Prof. Guna Selvaduray, Associate Dean for Research and Professor, Materials Engineering, Davidson College of Engineering, San Jose State University
"Engineering's Contributions to the Quality of Life and SJSU Biomedical Devices Curriculum"
Dr. Chung-Chu Chen, Stanford-Taiwan Biomedical Fellowship Program
Center for Cardiovascular Technology, School of Medicine, Stanford University
"My Path to Become a Medical Device Engineer"