[TriEmbed] Fwd: IEEE Eastern North Carolina Section Robotics & Automation 2020 Chair

Mahesh Balasubramaniam maheshba at ieee.org
Sat Jan 18 13:08:22 CST 2020


Friends,

*Two Announcements here:*

1. Please its my immense pleasure to choose and introduce our *IEEE ENCS
Robotics & Automation RA24 2020 Chapter Chair - Dr. Fred Livingston.*   *Fred
is a wonderful person and robotics researcher* who will help in forging the
next level of robotics in daily lives of our local technical community.  We
will forge a strong team to make our local technology community with an
abundance of technical resources, up to and beyond the level of global
community to resolve the outsourcing based local community issues. Please
extend your warm invite to Fred.

2. *IEEE SoutheastCon 2020 industry track *is a great way to rebuild the
Raleigh, bridging the academic and industry gaps.  Due to lack of *enough
volunteers for industry sponsorships and exhibits, the industry track seems
to be vanishing*.  *I request everyone of you to create and join the team
for industry track, volunteer and bring the IEEE SoutheastCon 2020 industry
track back alive*.  Please contact* Charles Lord at c.j.lord at ieee.org
<c.j.lord at ieee.org>* directly.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ieee-southeastcon-2020-during-week-pi-day-mahesh-balasubramaniam/

Sincerely,
Mahesh

Mahesh Balasubramaniam
IEEE SouthEastCon Technical Program Committee
maheshba at ieee.org
919-649-6902

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Members of *IEEE Eastern North Carolina Section Robotics & Automation(RA24)
Chapter,*

I am extremely happy and proud to choose and invite *our future IEEE ENCS
Robotics & Automation(RA24) 2020 Chapter Chair - Dr. Fred Livingston. * *Fred
is a wonderful person and robotics researcher* who will help in forging the
next level of robotics in daily lives of our local technical community.  We
will be making some refinements in our usually way of operations - not
overloading the new chair with monthly events, but we will implement
creative schedule and programs for the welfare of local technology
community around.  I will be still around giving a hand in technical
projects related to STEM & community welfare.

Through our IEEE ENCS RA24, in addition to active monthly technical
sessions and robotics project activities, our primary objectives have been
to make our local technology community stronger -

   - By uniting the primary local universities, academic and research
   institutions
   - Always encouraging and fostering technology startups, in addition to
   corporations
   - Actively support STEM motivation & use of open-source based projects
   and non-profits
   - Support and use of well organized makerspace for students, hobbyists,
   professionals and seniors of all ages - to get together and work on
   interested, creative hobby technology projects.

Our mission had been to make our local Technology community grow stronger
filled with abundance of technical resources, upto and beyond the level of
global community to resolve the outsourcing based local community issues.
We had been representing *"every common aspirational engineer in the local
technology community"* and *"ensuring engineers to get enough resources
through IEEE so that they can achieve their fullest engineering potentials
in their life"*.  We are slowly getting there, IEEE has already started
creating positive set of resources for every common engineer in the world.

In IEEE, actually we are a part of *SouthEastern USA *- which involves
several neighborhood states around NC*.  During 2020, *we are hosting our*
IEEE SoutheastCon 2020 annual conference at Raleigh and thus actually we
are the host for multiple other states during the week of Pi Day(March 14,
2020).  In fact, this conference happens around once in 4 years or more at
Raleigh, NC.  So this is an opportunity to bridge the academic and industry
gap at Raleigh, thus making Raleigh a very strong local technical
community.  I would request all our local industries and corporations to
support and be a part of IEEE SoutheastCon 2020 event.*

I want to remind and reawaken all of your infinite passion in technology -
get engaged in making the local technical community better through IEEE.
Give your heart and be fearless extraordinary contributors to the
technology. Let you impact, infect your positive thoughts and actions
everywhere including work, university, family and the world of technology
through IEEE. Let you make the world a better secured, safe and peaceful
place of living through technology and actions.

Sincerely,

Mahesh Balasubramaniam


Eastern North Carolina Sec Chap,RA24
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