Congratulations to the UIC IEEE Robotics Team for winning Best Design in the 2012 Jerry Sanders Design Competition
Mechanical Arm Simulation
Welcome to the 2013 Spring Semester!
IEEE Movie Night
IEEE LT Spice Workshop
On Wednesday March 13th we will be doing an LT Spice Workshop with Professor Vahe. The current plan is to do the meeting as follows:
4:00 - 4:25 PM - IEEE GBM
4:30 - 5:00 PM - Beginner Workshop
5:10 - 5:40 PM - Advanced Workshop
5:50 - 6:30 PM - Applications Workshop
Location: Science and Engineering Labs East (SEL) Room 4055; 950 South Halsted Street Chicago, IL (Parking is available across the street. )
Robotics Team Recommendation
Hello, friends, members, students, and everyone
If anyone is looking for servos for their projects, personal or otherwise, we recommend checking out ServoCity.com
. In the past we purchased three top of the line digital servos with titanium gears for our Robot Snuff along with accessories and other gear. We never had problems with them or their products and the pricing is great. This week the team will purchase two more servos for our Robots new Arm. The servos withstood the abuse during our last year's competition and we are counting that they will do the same this year!
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IEEE of UIC: First General Meeting
During this first meeting there will be officer elections, an introductory slide show presenting each of the support teams, and free food and drinks.
Venue: Science and Engineering Labs East (SEL) Room 4055; 950 South Halsted Street Chicago, IL (Parking is available across the street. )
Snuffleupagus Bot in a movie! weloverobotics
IEEE First Annual Introduction to Electromagnetics Compatibility Class
SMC Society Chicago Chapter Meeting Nov 20th
The Chicago chapter of the IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society will meet on Tuesday, November 20th, 2012, at the University of Illinois, Chicago campus in Chicago. Russell Kubycheck of Electro Motive Inc. will give a talk on “Lessons learned on my System Engineering Journey”. The members of the society will also have the opportunity to discuss future activities and topics for meetings.
Time: 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm: Networking;
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm: Mr. Kubycheck’s Talk
Venue: Science and Engineering Labs East (SEL) Room 4055 950 South Halsted Street Chicago, IL (Parking is available across the street. )
S-PAC November 14th
Northwestern University has provided us with an opportunity to view a demonstration on communications technology. They are attempting to bounce a radio signal off of the moon in order to talk to communicate with the other side of the world. This is referred to as Earth-Moon-Earth, or EME for short. It will be a joint adventure with Northwestern leading. Everyone is free to help plan, setup, and attend the event. Only licensed amateur radio operators are able to operate the equipment as per FCC rules. There is no set date as to when UIC will be hosting this event. We are trying to gauge the interest in the demonstration . As more information is available it will be posted to our IEEE of UIC Facebook page and mailed to our members. If you have any questions about what you can do, or wish to know more about EME or amateur radio in general, please contact Will at firstname.lastname@example.org
or attend any of our monthly meetings.