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Made possible by the members of IEEE, is an award-winning, Internet-based television network which produces and delivers special-interest programming about technology and engineering. On you will find a library of more than 300 programs on such topics as wind power, biomedical engineering, and recycling computer and electronic products. New programs recorded in high definition, are added monthly.
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Carl Selinger: Stuff you Don't Learn in Engineering School Carl Selinger: Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School
In this interview, Carl Selinger discusses his book "Stuff you Don't Learn in Engineering School." This practical book offers young engineers advice on speaking in front of a group, running a meeting effectively, making decisions, setting priorities, working with all sorts of people, learning to negotiate, developing leadership skills, and dealing with stress in the workplace.
Accelerating Photovoltaics IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition
The IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition is the premier IEEE conference for electric machines, industrial drives, and power electronic converters and devices.
Airship Renaissance On the Shoulders of Giants
This short video from IEEE gives a quick overview of some electronic and electrical technologies commonly used by people in their everyday lives, and explains how these technologies have resulted from a history of giants standing on the shoulders of giants.
IEEE Standard 1680: An Incentive to Design Greener Computers IEEE Standard 1680: An Incentive to Design Greener Computers
This video provides an introduction to IEEE Standard 1680 (EPEAT). The goal of IEEE Standard 1680, EPEAT, is to encourage construction of computers easier on the environment by educating corporate and individual buyers about which computers are green. This program outlines the objectives of the standard, and interviews individuals involved with the standard's development. Mobile Version Goes Mobile
Users of the iPhone and iTouch can access the mobile version of by visiting The launch of our mobile site will provide quick and easy access to the program catalog via iOS devices including site support for the iPad device. Support for additional mobile devices will be released as we continue to track demand across the different mobile platforms. If you have access to an iPhone, iPad, or iTouch, check it out!
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