Region 6 Presentation

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Region 6 Presentation

  1. 1. IEEE Region 6  Student Activities Mohamed A Osman Region 6  SAC • 76 STUDENT BRANCHES • TWO NEWLY APPROVED STUDENT  BRANCHES IN 2009. • MORE THAN 4000 STUDENT MEMBERS •Most in Region 1­>6 • DIVERSE GEOGRAPHICAL REGION •  Micromouse Competition (UCSD) •  IEEE Boy Scout Merit Badge day (UCR) •  Teaching The Community (UC  John Torous:  Student Representative Berkeley) Leonard Bond: Region Director •  Entrepreneurial Workshops (Stanford) •  First Lego League Mentoring (MSU)
  2. 2. Micromouse Competition • Autonomous robots compete  to: – Solve and run a maze in the  shortest time. • Students learn about MCU’s  sensors, programming, and  team work. • Student groups build their own  micromouses subject to contest  rules. • Sectional, regional and national  competitions
  3. 3. Region 6 Micromouse Competitions • Central Region: UC Santa Cruiz March 2009 • Southwest Area: UC San Diego, April 2009 – SAC provided support for maze construction – Several teams competed – UCSD competed with improved micromouse  design: 2009 design 2008 design UCSD Team members Source:  http://ieee.ucsd.edu/files/micromouse­poster.png
  4. 4. UCSD: Southwest Area 2009 Micromouse Competition • Held at UCSD hosted by San Diego  Section and UCSD Student Branch
  5. 5. Outreach Activities IEEE Boy Scout Merit Badge Day (UCR) • UCR Student Branch: IEEE Boy Scout Merit badge Day (March 2009): – Targets Boy Scouts wanting to learn about electronics, electrical  engineering, robotics and more.  – One day workshop with several sessions for different merit badges  (Computers, Electricity, Electronics, Engineering, and Energy) .  – Up to 150 Boy scouts and their counselors
  6. 6. UCR: IEEE Boy Scout Merit badge Day  Computer merit badge Electronics merit badge
  7. 7. UC Berkeley: Teaching The  Community Electronics  Students Build Circuits High School (and younger) Students Introduced to EE
  8. 8. Stanford IEEE • Also one of the largest  student branches. • Hosts numerous  entrepreneurial  workshops to show  IEEE members how to  take lessons from the  classroom into the  business world.
  9. 9. MSU: First Lego League Mentoring 

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