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Global Humanitarian Technology Conference Global Humanitarian Technology Conference
The 2nd annual IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2012) attracted over 250 attendees to Seattle in October, bringing together individuals from 22 countries who are working to improve the lives of the billions of people around the world living at the bottom of the economic pyramid.

Highlights from the event include passionate keynote presentations by:

  • Robert Freling, Executive Director of the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF). SELF is a leader in providing practical and cost-effective renewable energy alternatives for the developing world.
  • Gertjan van Stam, delivers a stirring keynote address on the challenges facing Zambia and his take on possible solutions.
  • Jim Fruchterman, a social entrepreneur and CEO of the nonprofit technology company Benetech. Jim believes that technology is the ultimate leveler, allowing disadvantaged people to achieve more equality in society.
  • Krista Bauer, the Director of Global Programs for GE Company.
Watch addtional GHTC 2012 Session coverage on IEEE.tv.
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IMS 2011 Microapps - Advanced Terahertz Device Characterization IMS 2011 Microapps - Advanced Terahertz Device Characterization
IMS 2011 MicroApps - "Advanced Terahertz Device Characterization," presented by Keith Anderson, Agilent Technologies.
The Robotic Legs of the HAL Exoskeleton The Robotic Legs of the HAL Exoskeleton
Watch technology writer, Evan Ackerman, become the first person in the United States to take the robotic legs of the Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) exoskeleton for a test walk.
National Instruments Design a Simple Robot with NI LabVIEW
NIRo, a demonstration platform built by engineers at National Instruments, is a small unmanned ground vehicle that uses off-the-shelf components purchased from a local hobby store. Learn how you can design a simple robot with NI LabVIEW.

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Diab and Frazier: Ethernet in the First Mile Diab and Frazier: Ethernet in the First Mile
Ethernet in the First Mile: Access for Everyone is a book that goes into the understanding of extending Ethernet into the domain of subscriber access networks.
Mostafa H. Sherif: Managing Projects in Telecommunications Services Mostafa H. Sherif: Managing Projects in Telecommunications Services
Managing Projects in Telecommunications Services is for anyone interested in the telecommunications services field - experienced or not. Author Mostafa H. Sherif believes that this book is beneficial because it explains the unique requirements of telecommunications projects and goes in depth on project management in the field.
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