EE Department: Events

'64 EE & EL 50th Reunion

Date: Thursday, May 08, 2014

Time: 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Location: Cal Poly

This year marks the 50th anniversary for the EE and EL classes of 1964.

Celebrate with us at Cal Poly on May 8-9 when we'll reconnect with each other, meet current faculty and students and see what's new on campus.

Dennis Derickson, department chair, has graciously extended an invitation for us to have dinner with the department's Industry Advisory Board members; attend a Power and Energy Conference; and join fellow alumni, students, faculty and staff at the Electrical Engineering Banquet.

Thursday, May 8:

6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Industry Advisory Board Dinner - EE Building Lobby

Friday, May 9:

9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Tour of Electrical Engineering Department

11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Walking tour of the Cal Poly campus.

Noon - 4:30 p.m. Power and Energy Conference – learn about sustainable energy activities and collaborations with industry, such as CalWave Wave Energy Testing Facility, Energy Storage, Smart Grid and Demand Response; and see student projects.

5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Electrical Engineering Spring Banquet – Join faculty, students, fellow alumni and emeritus professors for dinner and program at the Embassy Suites in San Luis Obispo; $45/person.

Click below to RSVP for the Reunion activities and buy your ticket(s) for the EE Banquet:

Even if you can't join us, please return the alumni update form, so that your classmates can catch up on your news.

For questions, contact Glen Stuck at 805-964-5807.

We hope to see you May 8-9!

'64 EE/EL Alumni Committee

EE Annual Spring Banquet

Date: Friday, May 09, 2014

Time: 5:30 p.m.-10 p.m.

Location: Embassy Suites, San Luis Obispo

The Annual Electrical Engineering Department Banquet is a wonderful event for all current EE students, alumni, faculty, staff, and those who just want to support and enjoy an evening celebrating the department. The event includes recognition of outstanding faculty, student achievements, corporate contributions, and entertainment.

The keynote speaker is Sports Emmy Award winner Mark Perry (B.S., Computer Engineering, 2005), lead software engineer at Sportvision. Since 2009, Perry has led the baseball engineering team, developing pitch and hit tracking software used by Major League Baseball. Sportvision’s PITCHf/x system has been installed in over 80 ballparks worldwide, providing broadcasts effects for ESPN, FOX, and TBS.

This year's table sponsors include: Agilent, Apple, Chevron, Cisco, Cypress, Dittman Associates, Hewlett Packard, Amazon Lab 126, Lam Research, MidAmerican Solar, Orbital Sciences Corporation, P2S Engineering, Raytheon, RNM Engineering, San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, Teradyne, and Western Digital.

Click here to cast your vote for this year's faculty awards.
For EE roster click here.

Please join us and renew old friendships, visit with a favorite professor, and glimpse the future of the Electrical Engineering Department. 

Cost: $20/students; $45/alumni and friends.

Reserve your ticket by May 5 on Eventbrite:

For more information, contact Lani Woods, 805-756-6320 or llwoods@calpoly.edu.

* Before the banquet, alumni, students, faculty and friends of the Electrical Engineering Department are invited to attend the IEEE Power and Energy Society Conference.

Cal Poly Power and Energy Conference

Date: Friday, May 09, 2014

Time: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Location: ATL (Bldg 007)

Sustainable Energy to Power the Future

The Cal Poly IEEE Power and Energy Society Conference: Sustainable Energy to Power the Future highlights Cal Poly's sustainable energy activities and collaborations with industry, such as CalWave Wave Energy Testing Facility, energy storage, Smart Grid and Demand Response. Information sessions runs throughout the day with a meet-and-greet luncheon/display for student power and energy projects. This conference will support the College of Engineering's Sustainable Energy and Infrastructure Initiative.

The schedule for the day will be:

For additional information, please contact the College of Engineering Dean's office, 805-756-2131.

Engineering Summer Camp

Date: Monday, June 16, 2014

Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Location: Cal Poly Campus, Building 20

Overview

The Engineering Summer Camp's goal is for attendees to have fun with computer and electronics engineering. Each day, from June 16-20, campers will participate in the games and activities of a summer day camp in addition to hands-on projects and labs, learning fundamental techniques used by electrical and computer engineers.

Daily Activities

Our camp's age range extends from rising 7th graders to rising high school seniors. For most activities, campers will be divided into age groups, but no prior electronics or programming experience is expected of any age.

The daily schedule will typically include a morning lab activity, a lunch break, an afternoon lab activity, games, and a fun engineering- or science-related activity before the end.

The camp goes from 9am to 4pm each day. Lunch is not provided, but campus lunch facilities will be open.

Labs

This year, labs will include Arduino, Scribbler robots, and electronics projects, exposing campers to programming, soldering, building circuits, and designing as a team.

Sign Up

Interested in attending?

The cost of attending is $175 per camper. To register for the camp, follow the following link.