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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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Power Engineering: Careers that make technology work Power Engineering: Careers That Make Technology Work
This program provides an overview of career possibilities in Power Engineering. In this program professionals discuss the nature of their work.
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.
Wind Power: The Technology Wind Power: The Technology
This program provides background information about wind power, including a brief history and overview of the technology provided by experts interviewed at the 2006 IEEE Wind Power Symposium. The program highlights activity in Europe, the United States, and China.

Nerd Girls Nerd Girls
Working to break the stigmas and stereotypes of women in engineering, Tufts University's "Nerd Girls" has female engineers who have danced in the Nutcracker ballet, sang at the Apollo Theater, are award-winning pianists, and nationally ranked athletes. The engineering team task for the "Nerd Girls" is to build a solar car. This program documents this process and shows how successful these students are as they work together to design and construct an engineering system. The program showcases the young women's talents, diverse backgrounds and engineering skills.
The Story of Hoover Dam The Story of Hoover Dam
The Hoover Dam is a testimony to a country's ability to construct monolithic projects in the midst of adverse conditions. Built during the Depression, thousands of men and their families came to Black Canyon to tame the Colorado River. It took less than five years, in a harsh and barren land, to build the largest dam of its time. Now, years later, Hoover Dam still stands as a world-renowned structure. The Dam is a National Historic Landmark and has been rated by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of America's Seven Modern Civil Engineering Wonders.
Vint Cerf Vint Cerf
Interview with Vint Cerf, Google Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, keynote speaker at IEEE Sections Congress 2011, San Francisco.

Watch additional IEEE Sections Congress interviews from William F. Tinney, Tony Hoare, Arogyaswami J. Paulraj, Harrison H. Barrett, Pasquale Pistorio and Toby Berger. Mobile App App Now Available has released a mobile app for Android devices to help viewers 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 log-in access, and easy sharing of programs. This app is available by visiting the Android™ Market. An app for the iPhone and iOS devises will be out shortly.
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