2016AC 下午科技研讨会简体中文邀请2

“创客论坛” (We are Makers!)美洲中国工程师学会旧金山湾区分会邀请您二月二十七号星期六下午在山景城的电脑历史博物馆参加其2016年会,详细时间地址列在下面。下午的演讲是免费参加,但需要提前报名。我们有首屈一指的演讲者阵容,七位讲者有五位是公司创办人,其中有三位CEO跟一位Executive Chairman。演讲内容涵盖3D 列印,原型到产品,中国的创客教育,许多创客做出的应用实例,还有工程师的创客经验分享。Maker Faire创办人Dale Dougherty的演讲更是为创客精神做出最佳诠释。

报名链接 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chinese-institute-of-engineerscie-sf-37th-annual-conference-tickets-20828492582

Date & Time:      Sat., Feb. 27 (Afternoon Session 1:00 PM ~ 5:00pm) (Dinner Banquet 6:00pm)

Venue:                 Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View

Afternoon session is free http://www.conference.cie-sf.org/index.php/speakers

 

Dale Dougherty是Maker Media的创办人已及执行董事长。 如果您不知道这家公司,那您也许听过或参加过他们创始的Maker Faire。他将是本活动的第一位演讲嘉宾,欢迎您提早到现场挑个好位置聆听他的演讲。 

Zach Supalla是Particle的创办人以及CEO,他将分享一些将创客计划带到产品的历程,可能遇到的困难与解决之道。 Particle是位于旧金山的物联网新创公司,2015九月被知名媒体《Fast Company》评选为「2015十大创新物联网公司」之一。

创客教育是学龄教育以及高等教育重要的一环。 我们的另一位演讲者Weixun Cao (曹伟勋),创办人以及CEO of BitLab(比特实验室),在中国建造了两百多个创客教室。 他除了会介绍在中国的创客教育,同时会介绍这两年在中国风起云涌的创客运动已及各级政府对创客运动的各种支持。

Sandra Madrigal是 ProtoCafe的创办人以及CEO 。 史丹福毕业的她十五年前开始做高端3D打印服务,她将介绍现今商业可用的3D打印技术,已及破解一些3D打印的迷思。

Steven Si来自联发科,联发科在物联网上积极布局,同时大力支持创客运动。 Steven将介绍人们利用现今的开发板所完成的许多有趣装置。

我们还有两位朋友会分享他们的创客经验。 在工作之余,他们打造出许多有趣的产品。 Arnie Chencinski在公司管理数据中心,在家把全家各种电器都连上网,在好几年前就打造出智能家庭。 Wen Chu闲暇时利用现在很便宜又容易取得的微控制器开发板建造出几个好玩的东西,包含一个可以测空气质量PM2.5的装置。 Wen曾成功建立一个新创公司并且出售它。 从他介绍的创客经验,也许您也能感受到他的创业家的精神。 这两位朋友都会完整的提供他们使用组件的数据,已及他们如何开始计划以及找寻这些组件。 你会惊讶于这些事情比您想象的容易。 美洲工程师学会得到许多赞助公司的帮助,可以将这个活动免费提供给湾区的朋友,您所需要做的事就是及早报名,保留住您的座位。

晚宴主讲人 也是大有来头, 柏克莱大学胡正明教授今年一月获美国总统欧巴马在白宫颁发「国家技术与创新奖章」。 他将在CIE年会谈他的创新历程。 胡教授曾经担任台湾集成电路公司首任技术长,胡教授开发的「晶体管BSIM模型」于1996年成为国际标准,以此模型设计的半导体芯片产值超过数亿美元。 胡教授所开发的「三维FinFET」半导体芯片技术,正推动着下一代手机,计算机的进步。 让我们一起恭贺他的得奖,同时聆听他对创新的见解。

美洲中国工程师学会在1917创立于纽约。 致力科技宣扬,增强工程师网络,以及中美桥梁。


 

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2016AC 下午科技研討會繁體中文邀請2

我們都是創客(We are Makers!)美洲中國工程師學會舊金山灣區分會邀請您二月二十七號星期六下午在山景城的電腦歷史博物館參加2016年會,詳細時間地址列在下面。下午的演講是免費參加,但需要報名預定座位。我們有首屈一指的演講者陣容,七位講者有五位是公司創辦人,其中有三位CEO跟一位Executive Chairman。演講內容涵蓋3D 列印,原型到產品,中國的創客教育,許多創客做出的應用實例,還有工程師的創客經驗分享。Maker Faire創辦人Dale Dougherty的演講更是為創客精神做出最佳詮釋。

報名連結 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chinese-institute-of-engineerscie-sf-37th-annual-conference-tickets-20828492582

Date & Time:      Sat., Feb. 27 (Afternoon Session 1:00 PM ~ 5:00pm) (Dinner Banquet 6:00pm)

Venue:                 Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View

Afternoon session is free http://www.conference.cie-sf.org/index.php/speakers

 

Dale Dougherty是Maker Media的創辦人以及執行董事長。如果您不知道這家公司,那您也許聽過或參加過他們創始的Maker Faire。他將是本活動的第一位講者,歡迎您提早到現場挑個好位置聆聽他的演講。
Zach Supalla是Particle的創辦人以及CEO,他將分享一些將創客點子帶到產品的歷程,可能遇到的困難與解決之道。Particle是位於舊金山的物聯網新創公司,2015九月被知名媒體《Fast Company》評選為「2015 十大創新物聯網公司」之一。
創客教育是學齡教育以及高等教育重要的一環。我們的另一位演講者Weixun Cao (曹偉勛),創辦人以及CEO of BitLab(比特實驗室),在中國建造了兩百多個創客教室。他除了會介紹在中國的創客教育,同時會介紹這兩年在中國風起雲湧的創客運動已及各級政府對創客運動的各種支持。
Sandra Madrigal是 ProtoCafe的創辦人以及CEO 。史丹福大學畢業的她十五年前開始做高端3D 列印服務,她將介紹現今商業可用的3D列印技術,已及破解一些3D列印的迷思。
Steven Si來自聯發科,聯發科在物聯網上積極布局,同時大力支持創客運動。Steven將介紹人們利用現今的開發板所完成的許多有趣裝置。
我們還有兩位朋友會分享他們的創客經驗。在工作之餘,他們打造出許多有趣的產品。Arnie Chencinski在公司管理資料中心,在家把全家各種電器都連上網,在好幾年前就打造出智慧家庭。Wen Chu閑暇時利用現在很便宜又容易取得的微控制器開發板建造出幾個好玩的東西,包含一個可以測空氣品質 PM2.5的裝置。Wen曾成功建立一個新創公司並且出售它。從他介紹的創客經驗,也許您也能感受到他的創業家的精神。這兩位朋友都會完整的提供他們使用元件的資料,已及他們如何開始計畫以及找尋這些元件。你會驚訝於這些事情比您想像的容易。美洲工程師學會得到許多贊助公司的幫助,可以將這個活動免費提供給灣區的朋友,您所需要做的事就是及早報名,保留住您的座位。
晚宴主講人也是大有來頭
,Berkeley Prof. Chenming Hu柏克萊大學胡正明教授今年一月獲美國總統歐巴馬在白宮頒發「國家技術與創新獎章」。他將在CIE年會談他的創新歷程。胡教授曾經擔任台灣積體電路公司首任技術長,胡教授開發的「電晶體BSIM模型」於1996年成為國際標准,以此模型設計的半導體晶片產值超過數十億美元。胡教授所開發的「三維FinFET」半導體晶片技術,正推動著下一代手機,電腦的進步。讓我們一起恭賀他的得獎,同時聆聽他對創新的見解。
美洲中國工程師學會在1917創立於紐約。學會致力科技宣揚,增強工程師網路,以及成為中美橋梁。


 

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2016 AC Afternoon Session audiences invitation 2

We are makers! The Chinese Institute of Engineers-SF/USA (CIE-SF/USA) invites you to join our 2016 Annual Conference on Saturday, February 27th, at the Computer History Museum, Mountain View.  The 2016 CIE-SF/USA Annual Conference consists of technical seminar sessions in the afternoon and a dinner banquet with a keynote speech in the evening. The afternoon session is free but registration is required.


We have a very strong speaker lineup this year. There are seven speakers in the afternoon and five of them have been a founder or co-founder of a company. There are three CEOs and one executive chairman. Their talks cover 3D printing, bringing prototypes to products, STEM and maker programs in China, and sharing their experiences as makers. The founder of Maker Faire, Dale Dougherty, will provide an introduction to the maker movement.

Registration: 

 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chinese-institute-of-engineerscie-sf-37th-annual-conference-tickets-20828492582

Date & Time:      Sat., Feb. 27 (Afternoon Session 1:00 PM ~ 5:00pm) (Dinner Banquet 6:00pm)

Venue:                 Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View

Afternoon session is free http://www.conference.cie-sf.org/index.php/speakers

 Our first speaker is Mr. Dale Dougherty, founder and executive chairman of Maker Media Inc. If you do not know Maker Media, you may have joined or heard about the Maker Faire which Mr. Dougherty created 11 years ago. It is amazing to see how the Maker Faire became a worldwide event in such a short time.
Zach Supalla is the founder and CEO of Particle. He will share with us how a maker can bring a prototype to manufacture. Particle is a startup company in San Francisco focusing on providing connection solutions for IoT applications.


Dr. Weixun Cao, the founder and CEO of BitLab, has built more than 200 maker classrooms in China. He will introduce the STEM programs in China and the maker movement there.  He will illustrate that a “maker education” is an important supplement to traditional education because it helps children learn to create and connect with the real world.


Sandra Madrigal is the founder and CEO of ProtoCafe. She is a Stanford graduate and began her career as an engineer. She began to provide professional 3D printing services 15 years ago. She will present and compare current 3D printing technologies.


Steven Si is a technical director at MediaTek Labs, one of the leading providers of semiconductor solutions for IoT and wearable devices. MediaTek Labs also supports the maker movement with products and resources. Steven will present applications created by makers.


Arnie Chencinski and Wen Chu will share their maker experiences in the afternoon session. Arnie Chencinski will present how he connected all devices of his home to the Internet and created a smart home. Wen Chu will present how he used low-cost microcontrollers to create several interesting gadgets, including one that can measure air quality (PM2.5). Both will provide all details of the parts that they used.  This afternoon event is free of charge. All you need to do is to register online before all the seats are taken.


The keynote speaker of the dinner banquet is Professor Chenming Hu from UC Berkeley who just received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Obama. The topic of his presentation will be “My Encounters in Innovation.” Professor Hu was former chief technology officer of TSMC and is best known for his contribution to IC reliability, the BSIM SPICE model, and the FinFET transistor. The ICs designed based on the BSIM model are worth more than several billion U.S. dollars.

<< The Chinese Institute of Engineers – USA (CIE-USA), founded in 1917 in New York, is one of the oldest Chinese-American engineer associations in the U.S. The CIE-USA’s mission is to promote technological advancement, networking, and communication among engineers and scientists. >>

 

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2016 AC Afternoon Session audiences invitation

Will you be in the Bay Area on Feb 27th? If you will, we would like to invite you to join a “Maker Event” which is the afternoon program of the 2016 CIE-SF/USA (Chinese Institute of Engineers-SF/USA) Annual Conference. It will be held in the Computer History Museum, Mountain View on Sat. 2/27/2016. Afternoon session is free http://www.conference.cie-sf.org/index.php/speakers

繁體中文介紹 http://cie-sf.org/index.php/events/conference/20-event-conference/170-2016ac

简体中文介绍 http://cie-sf.org/index.php/events/conference/20-event-conference/171-2016asin1s

We have a very strong speaker lineup this year. Mr. Dale Dougherty, Founder and Executive Chairman of Maker Media Inc, has accepted our invitation. If you don’t know Maker Media, you may have joined or heard the Maker Faire which Mr. Dougherty created 11 years ago. It is amazing to see how they grow the Maker Faire to a worldwide event in such a short time (http://makerfaire.com/map/). Mr. Dougherty is a great speaker and I love his talk in TED. He is also a co-founder of O’Reilly Media which you may read books published by them.

Maker Movement is hot in Asia in the past 2 years. The governments of cities and countries created incentives for Maker Movement. Different to the US where the maker activities may begin from hobbies, the maker movement in Asia is usually coupled with entrepreneurship tightly. One thing in common is that people believe the maker education is important. One of the speakers, Mr. Weixun Cao, who is the CEO of BitLab, has built more than 200 maker classrooms in China. He will introduce the STEM programs in China and also the maker movement there. You will be surprised at what you will hear if you have not noticed the booming of the maker activities there.

Two more friends will share their maker experiences. One connected all devices of his home with internet and created a smart home few years ago. The other friend used low cost microcontrollers to create several interesting gadgets including one can detect the air quality (PM2.5). It is cheaper and easier to do these things today than years ago. Our speakers will give you all the detail info of the devices and parts that they used and show you how they search for the parts that they needed. CIE/USA got supports from sponsors and can provide this event free of charge. All you need to do is to register online today before all the seats are taken.

Registration:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chinese-institute-of-engineerscie-sf-37th-annual-conference-tickets-20828492582

Date & Time:      Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 1:00 PM ~ 5:00pm

Venue:                 Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View

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