The 45th Trenton Computer Festival
Saturday, 21 March 2020
The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ.

“The Original Personal Computer Festival”

 

Featured tech talks/workshops include:

 

  • Do It Yourself: Home Automation – Neil Cherry
  • Tricks and Tips for Windows 10 – David Soll
  • Quantum Computing – Barry Burd
  • WordPress Bootcamp – Lou Judice
  • New Internet of Things (IoT) using 5G – Joe Jesson
  • Stock Market Trading Using Neural Networks – Donn Fishbein
  • Hands-on Arduino Workshop for Beginners – Katalin Frolio
  • All Day Robotics Pavilion – Seung-yun Kim

 

Other notable events include:

 

  • Mystabar II – a new adventure game that can be played by anyone attending TCF using a smartphone, tablet or laptop by Randall Cole.
  • One day Updated and Hands-on OOP University on Object-Oriented Programming that will include latest information on Python, Java and the basics of OOP.
  • Tours of the Sarnoff Museum of Technology, located at TCNJ.
  • A full day of presentations on IT professional topics, a continuation of ITPC from Friday, 20 March 2020, open to all TCF attendees.
  • Get an Amateur Radio License in a day – Ham Cram & Testing led by the David Sarnoff Radio Club
  • Vintage Computer Exhibit (by Vintage Computer Federation – VCF).
  • Quadcopter Demonstrations, and Poster Presentations.
  • Talks on STEM and Education – Learn to Solder
  • 50+ talks and workshops, special exhibits/demonstrations and more!

In Memory of Sol Libes

Engineer, Educator and Co-Founder of TCF

Read More | Princeton Packet Article

TCF2020 Call for Papers

Saturday March 21, 2020

at The College of New Jersey in  Ewing NJ

Please consider giving a talk at TCF-2020!
This years’ conference theme is Artificial Intelligence. 
Attendance is expected to exceed 1000 computer enthusiasts and professionals. 

Talks are sought on trending technology, computer hardware, software, languages, IoT, cloud, communications, robotics, home electronics, gaming, video, photography, Wi-Fi, networking, security, wearables, ham radio, drones, 3D-Printing, STEM, Arduino, Raspberry Pi etc.

A Speakers Reception and Banquet Dinner follows.

Important Dates
Abstract Deadline: 17-Jan-2020
Notification of Acceptance: 31-Jan-2020

Forward title, abstract, and bio to:
Al Katz, Program Chair
alKatz@tcnj.edu

TCF2020 Keynote Event

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Artificial Intelligence

Jerry Foster,
CTO & Co-Founder, Plex Systems

There is much talk these days about machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), and for good reason.  AI is the enabler that drives exponential value from all other technologies; for any process that generates data, it is no longer optional, but a requirement.  This keynote provides an overview of Artificial Intelligence, from its humble beginnings to disruptive force, with an eye towards the significant positive impact on our world.

Jerry Foster is the CTO and one of the founders of Plex Systems, which today helps more than 600 manufacturers worldwide run their businesses. Jerry earned his degree in computer science at Liberty University, and used his education first as a programmer at a Michigan metal former, where he built a custom innovative ERP system, before taking that solution to other businesses, eventually building a SaaS manufacturing company that today employs more than 500 employees globally. Jerry continues to set the pace of the innovation in the cloud, leading the company’s technology strategy and research initiatives that drive the industry forward.

Affiliated Events

IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference
McDonnell Hall
Princeton University
Saturday, March 28, 2020

14th Annual IEEE/ACM Information Technology Professional Conference
The College of New Jersey
Ewing, NJ
Friday, March 20, 2020
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Vendors

We are now accepting applications for vendor tables. TCF2020 is on Saturday, March 21st and will be again located in TCNJ’s Education Building.

Setup will begin at 7:30 am, general admission to the Education Building and selling to public will start at 9 am and end at 3:30 pm.

Countdown to TCF2020: Saturday March 21, 2020

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