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Seed and Angel Financing in Tech Companies 6:30 pm
Seed and Angel Financing in Tech Companies @ Constant Contact, 3rd Floor - Great Room
Apr 4 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Seed and Angel Financing in Tech Companies @ Constant Contact, 3rd Floor - Great Room | Waltham | Massachusetts | United States
Entrepreneurs’ Network Discover how Angel and Seed investors approach the problem of making a good investment. Go behind the scenes of the decision making to discover the process our panelist-investors use to choose and to invest in emerging and seed stage companies. Whether you are planning to launch a company …
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Virtualization for the new age Telcos 7:00 pm
Virtualization for the new age Telcos @ Verizon Technology Center
Apr 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Virtualization for the new age Telcos @ Verizon Technology Center  | Waltham | Massachusetts | United States
Communications Society and co-sponsoring Computer Society Speaker: Azhar Sayeed Most if not all Telecommunication providers have adopted Virtualization as a core tenet of their architecture going forward. However, there continue to be many challenges to Virtualizing the applications, network functions and creating new age platforms that can serve their purpose …
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Focused ION Beam Technology: Applications to Microelectronics 5:30 pm
Focused ION Beam Technology: Applications to Microelectronics @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Apr 11 @ 5:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Focused ION Beam Technology:  Applications to Microelectronics @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory  | Lexington | Massachusetts | United States
Reliability Society Agenda: 5:30-6:00 PM: Sign in, refreshments, and personal networking 6:00-6:10 PM: Chapter Chair greetings and announcements 6:10-7:30 PM: Marsha Abramo, IEEE Distinguished Lecturer 7:30-7:45 PM: Q&A session, meeting adjourns Focused Ion Beam Technology: Applications to Microelectronics Marsha Abramo, Advisory Engineer – Scientist (Retired), IEEE Distinguished Lecturer World Wide …
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History and Operation of the Mass State Police Radio System 4:00 pm
History and Operation of the Mass State Police Radio System @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory - Auditorium
Apr 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
History and Operation of the Mass State Police Radio System @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory - Auditorium  | Lexington | Massachusetts | United States
Life Members Speaker: John Ruggiero, Massachusetts State Police Radio Engineer About 20 years ago, the MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE realized that their existing, 40 year old, Conventional 44 MHz Radio System was not able to provide adequate “through-put”, especially on very busy summer weekends or during winter storm events. In 1989, …
“Small Data: A Big Challenge for Classical Machine Learning” 6:00 pm
“Small Data: A Big Challenge for Classical Machine Learning” @ Northeastern University - Egan Research Center, Egan Conference Rooms: Egan 306
Apr 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Women In Engineering “Small Data: A Big Challenge for Classical Machine Learning” Prof. Sarah Ostadabbas, Assistant Professor, ECE Sara’s biography: Sarah Ostadabbas is a first year assistant professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Northeastern University (NEU). Sarah joined NEU from Georgia Tech, where she was a post-doctoral …
Evolution of the Translational Apparatus and implications for the origin of the Genetic Code 7:00 pm
Evolution of the Translational Apparatus and implications for the origin of the Genetic Code @ Broad Institute Auditorium
Apr 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Computer Society and GBC/ACM Hyman Hartman The translational apparatus involves: 1) The Ribosome; the Large and Small subunits 2) The 20 Aminoacyl -tRNA synthetases 3) The tRNAs We shall walk thru the evolution of the translational apparatus starting with the ribosome passing thru the Aminoacyl tRNA synthetases and ending up …
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MIT’s Utility of the Future: A framework for enabling the efficient evolution of electric power systems 6:00 pm
MIT’s Utility of the Future: A framework for enabling the efficient evolution of electric power systems @ National Grid (Rooms: Valley A&B)
Apr 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
MIT’s Utility of the Future: A framework for enabling the efficient evolution of electric power systems @ National Grid (Rooms:  Valley A&B) | Waltham | Massachusetts | United States
Power and Energy Society Speakers: Scott Burger, PhD candidate, Institute for Data, Systems, and Society at MIT; advisor to the PRIME Coalition Max Luke, Lead, modeling and analytics team at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Refreshments start at 6pm, talk commences at 6:30pm Important changes …
Raising Money from Crowdfunding 6:00 pm
Raising Money from Crowdfunding @ Pivotal Labs
Apr 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Raising Money from Crowdfunding @ Pivotal Labs | Cambridge | Massachusetts | United States
Entrepreneur’s Network Crowdfunding has proven itself to be an amazing way to raise capital for a variety of projects. You have seen one of the many projects building new computing devices, air conditioners, furniture, accessories for mobile devices, art projects, and video games. Today, most of the crowdfunding processes have …
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Quantum Limits of Optical Imaging 5:45 pm
Quantum Limits of Optical Imaging @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Apr 20 @ 5:45 pm – 8:30 pm
Quantum Limits of Optical Imaging @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory | Lexington | Massachusetts | United States
Photonics Society joint meeting with New England Section of OSA and co-sponsoring Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society 5:45PM – Networking 6:45PM – Dinner RSVP Only 7:30PM – Meeting Dr. Saikat Guha – Raytheon BBN Technologies The fundamental limits of optical information processing — be it the maximum rate of reliable …
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Emerging Technologies for Healthcare, Cybersecurity and Judiciary Engineering 6:00 pm
Emerging Technologies for Healthcare, Cybersecurity and Judiciary Engineering @ Tufts University
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Education Society and Signal Processing Society Whether you are an engineer, medical physician, policy maker, legal professional or health care provider, technology is removing discipline specific boundaries and enhancing knowledge building capabilities. This has led to new innovative breakthroughs in healthcare, safety and security. Furthermore, the social implications and benefits …
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Everything You Wanted to Know About Consulting But Were Afraid to Ask 6:30 pm
Everything You Wanted to Know About Consulting But Were Afraid to Ask @ Constant Contact
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Consultants Network A panel discussion consisting of 5 consultants who will share their experiences and tips on how best to consult. Topics covered will include: • Specialization vs. generalization • On site vs. off site • Your tools vs. client’s tools • Proposals • Record keeping • Corp, Sole proprietorship, …
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“Physics / Data / Robotics: Pushing the Frontiers of Oilfield Technology” 6:00 pm
“Physics / Data / Robotics: Pushing the Frontiers of Oilfield Technology” @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
"Physics / Data / Robotics:  Pushing the Frontiers of Oilfield Technology" @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory  | Lexington | Massachusetts | United States
Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Speaker: Dr. Julius Kusuma This talk is an overview of how physics, data, and robotics play a key role in the oilfield domain at every scale, from in-situ measurement of geophysical and petro-physical properties to smart drilling solutions; from reservoir modelling to production optimization. Interdisciplinary …
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