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IEEE WV Section WIE Day Celebration

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution heralds a transformative era where the fusion of advanced technologies erases the boundaries between the physical, digital, and biological realms. Artificial Intelligence (AI), with its sophisticated algorithms and neural network simulations, is at the forefront of this revolution, reshaping industries and societal norms. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) West Virginia Section, and its Women in Engineering (WIE) affinity group, invite you to an engaging event on July 9, 2024, in South Charleston. This gathering is part of the IEEE WIE Day 2024 celebrations, aligning with the 'International Women in Engineering Day' to foster discussions on "Engaging More Women in AI and 4IR Technologies." The celebration will feature networking opportunities, a dinner, and a panel discussion at the Olive Tree Cafe. The event begins at 5:30 pm and ends at 7:30 pm. Your presence and that of your guest will greatly enrich the conversation and contribute to a diverse and inclusive future in technology.
Agenda:
Event Agenda
– Meet and Greet
– WIE Introduction
– Dinner
– Panel Discussion
– Wrap Up
Panelists
Moderator – Kenan Hatipoglu, PhD, IEEE-WV Chair; Professor & Chair, WVU Institute of Technology Department of Electrical, Computer Engineering, Interim Chair of Computer Science and Information Systems
Marlene Hackett, PhD, IEEE-WV Women in Engineering Chair; Principal Consultant, The Hackett Praxis, LLC
Alan Letton, PhD, Director & Visiting Scholar, Marshall University Center for Economic & Community Development In Black Appalachia & Isolated Communities
Tamara Smith, PhD, Dean, WVU Institute of Technology Leonard C. Nelson School of Engineering and Sciences
Bldg: Olive Tree Cafe & Catering, 333 2nd Ave Ste 400, South Charleston, West Virginia, United States, WV 25303

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