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November 2015 Meeting - SVEC Open House Reception at Google

Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 5:30pm PST
Event format: 
In-Person / Local
Posted by Thomas Fogwell
Google (TC6-1-Comic Con)
815 11th Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
United States

SVEC Open House Reception, Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The SVEC wants to welcome you to our complimentary Annual Open House event! Please pass this invitation along to others you think may be interested. Join us for a complimentary light buffet and an evening of exciting information and engineering camaraderie. Colleagues and spouses are invited to enjoy the festivities. No cost to attend.

Registration: https://svecopenhouse2015.eventbrite.com

Location:
Google (TC6-1-Comic Con)
815 11th Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Welcome Reception: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Presentations: 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Agenda:

• Welcoming Remarks
• Keynote Speaker: Mahmood Khan, MBA, PMP, BSc
     “Future of IOT(Internet of Things): Industrialize and Automate Everything”
• Report from John J. Kowalchik, VP, Lockheed Martin Space Systems
     “Boy Scouts Engineering Explorer Post at Lockheed”
• Acknowledgement of Sponsors
• SVEC Discover “E” Outreach
• Call for Applications for 2016 Scholarships
• 2016 Silicon Valley Engineering Hall of Fame Inductees Announcement
• SVEC Engineers Week Banquet, February 2016

Bio of Speaker:

Mahmood Khan has over 18 years of experience in transforming business IT to generate new top line growth, reduce operation costs and improve profit margins. He has held leadership positions at CSC, HP/EDS, IBM-GS as a Client Principal, Practice Director, Solution Architect, and Program/Project Manager. He is a co-founder of G-ESI, a IT Professional Services and training company. Mahmood is passionate about education and skills training to improving people’s careers and life. He has taught software program development and programming language skills development courses at Berkeley, Santa Cruz Universities and at special events. He is a Board member at San Jose Conservation Corps and Charter School.

From John Kowalchik:

Lockheed Martin in conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America (Learning for Life) operates an Engineering Explorer Post here at our Sunnyvale facility. This year we had about 50 future engineers and scientists in the program, and we’ve seen one of our past graduates return as a summer intern this year! We’d like the opportunity to talk about the program in order to encourage other Bay Area companies to consider Exploring as a potential STEM activity. The BSA makes all the logistics very easy and we simply administer the program via our staff engineering folks. It turns out that we’re the one and only Engineering Explorer Post in the entire Silicon Valley Monterey Bay area. We’d like to see more.

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