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Engineers Week 2016, 21-27 February, is a week-long celebration of the positive contributions engineers make to our world.  Join the festivities to: 

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Find out how engineers are lighting the way toward progress in this issue of IEEE Spark. Learn about the technologies that are making our world brighter, meet a photonics pro, explore infrared radiation with your remote, and get enlightened about optics with online tools.
Read the issue: http://spark.ieee.org/2016-issue-1/

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We are pleased to announce the judge's choice and people's choice winners in the IEEE Spark Innovation through Animation Competition.

Judge's Choice winner:  Madeline Loui & Alicia Loui

Nominated by IEEE Member: Alexander Loui

Animation title: The Future of Fitness

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Vote for your favorite finalist in the 2015 IEEE Spark Animation Competition! In this year's challenge, participants were invited to create and record an original animation based on the theme “Smart!” such as “Smart Homes,” “Smart Cars,” or other Smart technologies.

Cast your vote through 25 November! 

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In the latest issue of IEEE Spark, get a glimpse into the world of smart buildings! Learn about the technologies that are creating efficiencies where we live, work, and play; meet an innovator in smart building design; build a passive solar house; and learn how you can make your own home smarter. 

Read this issue!

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Explore newly added computing lesson plans for students ages 8-18 on TryEngineering.org. Lessons encourage problem solving, critical thinking and team building skills. Each lesson includes step-by-step instructions, a list of low-cost materials, background information, and student worksheets. Lessons topics include programming, concurrency, networking, encryption, artificial intelligence, and more! All lesson plans are aligned to national education standards including Common Core Mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards where applicable.

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What would happen in a world without technical standards? A technical standard is a norm or requirement that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, process and practices. A standard is usually a formal document that spells out a specific set of requirements for an item, material, component or system.

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Are you an IEEE member, IEEE student member, IEEE graduate student member or IEEE young professional member who wants to spark pre-university students' interest in technology? Mentor a student in the 2015 IEEE Spark Innovation through Animation Competition! The 2015 IEEE Spark Animation Competition is your chance to inspire pre-university students in engineering, computing or technology through the art of animation. This year's theme is “Smart!” such as “Smart Homes,” “Smart Cars,” or other Smart technologies. The submission deadline has now been extended to 1 November 2015.
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Are you an IEEE member, IEEE student member, IEEE graduate student member or IEEE young professional member who wants to spark pre-university students' interest in technology? There's still time to mentor a student in the 2015 IEEE Spark Innovation through Animation Competition!

The 2015 IEEE Spark Animation Competition is unique opportunity to inspire pre-university students in engineering, computing or technology through the art of animation. This year's theme is “Smart!” such as “Smart Homes,” “Smart Cars,” or other Smart technologies.

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Since 1990, IEEE 802.11 working group participants have developed standards that help enable applications that allow us to communicate with one another in real time from anywhere in the world.

IEEE 802.11 standards underpin wireless networking applications, such as wireless access to the Internet from offices, homes, airports, hotels, restaurants, trains and aircraft.

Today’s computers, smart phones, and tablets are often equipped with an IEEE 802.11 radio, more commonly known as “Wi-Fi®.”

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