TSPE Future Engineers 5K Run & 1 Mile Fun Walk

Hey Fellow Engineering Students!

My name is Kayla Morales and I am an Engineering Ambassador working with Gabby Gandara to enhance the Volunteer Program for the College of Engineering. This is just a friendly reminder about the TSPE Future Engineer Run/Walk coming up on Saturday, August 20 at 8 A.M. located at 3233 N. Mesa, Suite 205 El Paso, TX 79902. Email aces@utep.edu for the registration form along with more details about the event! If you are interested please submit the attached form to CLRB 001 by noon on Tuesday, August 16 along with your $15 registration fee. If you have any questions, comments or concerns feel free to contact me at (915) 747-8822 or via email at aces@utep.edu. Thank you in advance for your time and effort! Hope to see you all there!

P.S. You may also register online, however, it will cost you an additional $3.

This would be a great way to kick off the fall semester while earning community service hours to count towards your ISCEP Certification! If you are interested in volunteering please contact me directly via email for more information! Thank you in advance for your time and effort!


El Paso Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) will host its 1st Annual Future Engineers 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Walk on Saturday, August 20, 2011.


Come and race the UTEP College of Engineering Dean!


Proceeds from this event will benefit the TSPE El Paso Chapter Endowed Scholarship in Engineering Fund. Funds for this endowment will provide scholarships to undergraduate students pursuing an engineering degree in the College of Engineering.


Prizes will be given to the overall 1st Place Male & Female; top 3 finishers in each age group (Male & Female); and the Largest Team Trophy. Let’s support our UTEP Engineering students!


You can register online or download the registration form and send it with your payment to Alejandrina Morton in the CoE Dean’s Office by Tuesday, August 16th close of business day. Registration fee is $20.


To register on The Dean’s Pick team, use the team code e6651cf (case sensitive).

Visit http://engineering.utep.edu/announcement080411.htm for more information!

Kayla Morales
Engineering Ambassador
The University of Texas at El Paso
College of Engineering
(915) 747-8822

Leadership and the IEEE CS LeaD Chapter

Dear students,

Creation of the IEEE Computer Society Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Professional Development (LEAD) Chapter at UTEP was initially funded by the Kauffman Foundation under the Kauffman Campus Initiative. During the first year of operation, the IEEE CS LeaD chapter officers organized talks and hands-on activities to develop entrepreneurial, leadership, professional, and business skills of participants. This year we plan to grow the chapter and provide additional hands-on activities to benefit chapter members.

We invite you to join us this Thursday, June 16th, at noon for a presentation on Leadership by Rick O’Brien from the College of Engineering.

Please RSVP with Dr. Romero via email (raromero2@utep.edu) or phone (747-5916).

For more information about what is an IEEE CS LeAD Student Chapter visit our student organizations section by following this link: https://acmutep.wordpress.com/student-organizations/ ‎.

See you there!

NAFIPS’11, North America Fuzzy Information Processing Society 2011

Heads up ACM student members! NAFIPS’11 will take place during March 18-20, 2011 at The University of Texas at El Paso, and Dr. Martine Ceberio and Dr. Vladik Kreinovich are organizing!

Want to learn more?

As the premier fuzzy society in North America established in 1981, NAFIPS’s purpose is to help guide and encourage the development of fuzzy sets and related technologies for the benefit of mankind.

The following is the list of plenary speakers at NAFIPS’2011:

  • Rafik Aliev, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, and Georgia State University, Atlanta
    Title: Towards a Generalized Fuzzy Logic-Based Decision Theory.
    Here is a link to Rafik Aliev’s abstract.
  • Asli Celikyilmaz, Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC) and Microsoft Research Title: Generative Models for Understanding Text.
    Here is a link to Asli Celikyilmaz’s abstract.
  • Dimitar Filev, Ford Motor Company, AMTDC, Redford, Michigan
    Title: Fuzzy Logic Applications in Vehicle Control & Information Systems.
    Here is a link to Dimitar Filev’s abstract.
  • Jim Keller, University of Missouri, Columbia
    Title: Where Am I? From Spatiotemporal Descriptions To a Sketch To a Geospatially Grounded Map
    Here is a link to Jim Keller’s abstract.
  • George Klir, State University of New York at Binghamton
    Title: Fuzzy Logic in the Psychology of Concepts.
    Here is a link to George Klir’s abstract.
  • Jerry Mendel, University of Southern California
    Title: The Methodology of Perceptual Computing.
    Here is a link to Jerry Mendel’s abstract and bio
  • Shahnaz Shahbazova, Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
    Title: The development of an algorithmic model of object recognition visual and sound information based on neuro-fuzzy logic. Here is a link to Shahnaz Shahbazova’s abstract.
  • Ron Yager, Iona College New Rochelle
    Title: A Measure Based Approach to the Fusion of Uncertain Information.
    Here is a link to Ron Yager’s abstract.

Interested in learning more about it? Need the schedule? Wan’t to see what else they have to offer?

Visit their web page and let them know you are coming!

See you there!

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