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Engineering For Social Good Virtual World Symposium
The Virual World Symposium was a two-day event held by the IEEE Oregon Section at the Oregon Health & Science University. Various lectures and presentations were given on Second Life and other virtual worlds that are being used in a wide range of engineering fields such as architecture, mechanical design, and corporate group meetings.
Virtual World Symposium - Welcome Address
Virtual World Symposium - Second Life Tech Tour
Virtual World Symposium - Virtual World at Intel
Virtual World Symposium - SciLands
Virtual World Symposium - Project Direct
Virtual World Symposium - Moon World
Virtual World Symposium - IEEE Islands
Virtual World Symposium - Educational Work
Virtual World Symposium - CoLab and Mars
Virtual World Symposium - DLP at Virtual World
Virtual World Symposium - Collaborative Work
The Truth About the JFK Assassination. Signal Processing Tells The Story. The Truth About the JFK Assassination. Signal Processing Tells the Story.
US President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in November of 1963. Although the original investigation concluded that there was only one gunman, there is a community of skeptics that exist to this day who think that there was another gunman. IEEE Member, Charles Rader served on the Committee on Ballistic Acoustics to analyze some recordings of the Dallas Police radio traffic from 1963. This program is based on the science of "Signal Processing" and discusses the findings of this committee.
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The Emerging Field of Biomedical Engineering The Emerging Field of Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical engineering is one of the fastest growing engineering fields today. It is has been called the engineering field of the future. The diverse scope and interdisciplinary nature of this field offers a vast array of career possibilities. In this program, meet a group of biomedical engineers and hear about their exciting experiences.
Mostafa H. Sherif: Managing Projects in Telecommunications Services Mostafa H. Sherif: Managing Projects in
Telecommunications Services

In this interview, Mostafa Hashem Sherif discusses his book "Managing Projects in Telecommunications Services." This book effectively demonstrates the unique requirements of projects in telecommunication services and, consequently, the benefits of an integrated approach to project management that is specifically tailored to the telecommunications industry. Mobile App App Now Available has released a mobile app for Android and Apple iOS devices to allow viewers to watch content on the go. The app is available for free for all devices and includes some great features. Included is the availability to search for content in the vast video library, member login access, and easy sharing of programs. This app is available by visiting the Android™ Market or the iTunes App Store.
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