OC IEEE YP: Robot Day at Bytes & Bots Labs

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Ever wanted to learn about robots & AI?

Curious on how to get your child or yourself started in STEM?

OC IEEE YP is teaming up with Bytes & Bots Labs, a robot school for kids, to host a free event for families and young professionals with tons of robots & toys to play with! Professional engineers will also be there to provide insight into the engineering industry for those curious about what engineering is like, such as high school or college students, so there’s something for everyone!

Young professionals: this is a great way to network outside of the usual mixers and info sessions where you can meet others by playing with robots!

Students: you can meet your future employer here by showing off your technical skills with a robotics demo.

Families: your kids can play with all kinds of robots and STEM kits that you can purchase right off Amazon if they like them!

There will be a presentation on robotics with free food & drinks provided, with free time afterwards for networking and playing!

Schedule
3:00 - 3:30 Registration
3:30 - 4:00 Presentation & Snacks
4:00 - 5:00 Networking & Playtime



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  Location

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  • Bytes & Bots Labs
  • 1000 Roosevelt #200
  • Irvine, California
  • United States 92620
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  • Starts 16 July 2018 03:51 PM
  • Ends 11 August 2018 02:51 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
  • No Admission Charge
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  Speakers

Irvin in Irvine of OC IEEE YP

Topic:

Robots: Software or Hardware?

Robots are everywhere in the news but not in our daily lives...or are they? Irvin Huang, an engineer with both software and hardware robotics experience, will explain the difference between the two, how they show up in our lives and how we can use them to help advance humanity. 

Biography:

Irvin served as president of the UCI IEEE student chapter from 2012-2013 and is currently head of the OC IEEE Young Professionals affinity group and Vice Chairman of IEEE Orange County section. He did micromouse for his senior design project and is working with UCI IEEE and CSUF IEEE to promote micromouse and community engagement, in addition to hosting robotics events for OC IEEE YP. 

Address:100 Amherst Aisle, , Irvine, California, United States, 92612