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Arduino training

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The Liège IEEE Student Branch invites you to an Arduino training. The Arduino is a powerful and easy-to-use microcontroller. This training will cover the following topics:

  • introduction and possibilities
  • programming: measurements, control, interruptions
  • alternatives
  • tricks

Kevin Sartor will be the lecturer.

Where? R3 (building B28 - Montefiore).

When? 8 March, from 12:30 to 13:30.

Registration mandatory!

Training: how to make a PCB?

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The IEEE Student Branch organises a lecture about PCB making. The topics will be the following:

  • Theoritical aspects about PCB (general explanations, making, etc.)
  • Electrical characteristics (resistance, loops, etc.)
  • Elements of electromagnetical compatibility
  • Usage of a drawing software (like Altium) and good practices
  • What can be done at Montefiore

This lecture will take place in the room R7 (Montefiore B28) on February 10th, from 12:30 to 13:30.

Registration is free but mandatory.

Christmas market

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Did you know that the Liège Christmas market is the largest and the oldest in Belgium? Do you need another reason to come and relax with us on Wednesday December 21?

Mulled wine will be offered to all student branch members!

Join us on Wednesday Decemberb 21, 18:15, near the market's main entrance (in front of the Planet Parfum).

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FOSDEM 2017: you wanna come?

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This year, we plan to go one day to the FOSDEM, where thousands of developers of free and open source software from all over the world gather! Do not miss this opportunity! The schedule for keynotes, main tracks, and dev rooms is available on the official website, and also as a PDF.

Can you please indicate your choice for your favorite day on our poll? Don't forget to specify your email address, so that we can give you the details. We will travel together by train from Liège-Guillemins, and most probably come back after a drink downtown.

Practical Internet-of-Things: the reality between people, process, data and things (Emmanuel Tychon, Cisco)

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging topic polarising much attention as there isn't a single day without a new startup or gadget in the so-called IoT space. But beyond the buzz today's real use cases and challenges are engineering topic: vast amount of data to transport and store, security, data models, standards, accuracy, visualisation, machine learning and so on.

Backed up by real use-cases you'll learn what IoT's reality is today, and where we are heading.

About the speaker

Emmanuel Tychon is a Solutions Architect in the Industry Vertical Group (IVG) creating, developing and customising solutions in both the energy and IoT space for Cisco’s largest and most influential customers in Europe and emerging markets. Previously Emmanuel worked as Technical Support and as Technical Leader for Cisco’s core software platforms.

Emmanuel joined Cisco in 1997 and holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science from the University of Liège, Belgium.

Practical details

This conference will be held in English on 28 November 2016, 12:30, in the Montefiore building (B28), R3. The conference is free, but registration is required.


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