Micromouse, C3, and Natcar infosessions Thursday, Oct. 1 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Infosession Schedule
6:00 pm Micromouse Faraday Room (67-124 Eng IV) (Bryan Emerson and Aravind Vadali)
6:45 pm C3 Humanities A65 (Scott Shi and Minh Le)
7:30 pm Natcar Humanities A65 (Kyle Klein)

The project leads for Micromouse, C3 (Code, Create, Compete), and  Natcar will all be hosting their infosessions on Thursday night in the Faraday room in Engineering IV. If you are interested in getting involved with any of the advanced projects in IEEE this year, coming to this meeting is extremely important!

If you are a freshman or new to EE, we encourage you to attend the OPS infosession instead as these projects tend to be difficult.

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Open Project Space (OPS) Infosession Thursday, Oct. 1 at Humanities A65, 6:00 – 7:00 PM


OPS is UCLA IEEE’s program for new Electrical Engineers! This is a yearlong project with multiple mini-projects each quarter designed to teach you basic skills in electronics that you may not learn in the classroom. Over the course of the year, you will practice breadboarding and soldering, microcontroller programming, and PCB (printed circuit board) design, among many other skills. This program is open to all majors, so stop by if you have any interest in doing some cool projects this year.

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Download the UCLA IEEE App

The UCLA IEEE mobile apps were designed with members in mind. The core functionality right now is centered around events and points. Earn points by attending events and helping out IEEE, compete against your friends, and cash in for rewards! The app allows you to see upcoming events and announcements, as well as easily update your info with us. Many more features to come including leaderboards and more IEEE features.

iOS: Search “UCLA IEEE” in the App Store, or click here.

Android: Search “UCLA IEEE” in the Play Store, or click here.

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