Event Portal 2022

TCF2023 is scheduled for March 18, 2023!!!

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KN
Keynote

3:40pm-4:45pm
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Bob Kopp, Rutgers University: Co-Director, Climate Impact Lab;
Co-Author, UN IPCC Climate Report;
speaking on “Climate, Technology and Democracy”

T1
Environment

10:15am-11:10am
Science Informing Environmental Policy
(NJ DEP Panel)

11:20am-12:15pm
Metrics & Mindset to Zero Carbon

12:25pm-1:20pm
Recycling Electronic Waste

1:30pm-2:25pm
Princeton’s Net-Zero America Study

2:35pm-3:30pm
Solving the Climate Challenge:
Climate Lobby

T2
Environment

10:15am-11:10am
The Promise of Solar Energy

11:20am-12:15pm
How to Mobilize a Town for
Environmental Impact

12:25pm-1:20pm
Mobilizing Your Town
Using CAD Maps/Students

1:30pm-2:25pm
Mobilizing Your Town – Climate
Analysis with Drones/Students

2:35pm-3:30pm
The Future of Heating & Cooling
of Buildings

T3
Real World Apps

10:15am-11:10am
How Computing is
Changing Photography

11:20am-12:15pm
Live Computer
Music Concert & Workshop

12:25pm-1:20pm
Smart Home
Without the Cloud

1:30pm-2:25pm
Blockchain vs. the
“Right to be Forgotten”

2:35pm-3:30pm
Structural Health Monitoring

T4
Social Media
& the
Environment

10:15am-11:10am
Communicating for
Climate Change – Challenges

11:20am-12:15pm
Microsoft Tips & Tricks

12:25pm-1:20pm
Internet Job$$$

1:30pm-2:25pm
Social Media Opportunities: From Intern to VP

2:35pm-3:30pm
Engineering with Paper: Amazing
Structures with Simple Supplies

T5
Advanced
Technology

10:15am-11:10am
Clean Energy Design using
Computer Aided Engineering

11:20am-12:15pm
Meet the World’s
Smallest Computer Language

12:25pm-1:20pm
Secure Communications
with Quantum Key

1:30pm-2:25pm
Writing Computer Books

2:35pm-3:30pm
Electronic Devices you Never Knew you Needed for your Car

T6
Education & STEM

10:15am-11:10am
Climate Literacy and Empowerment by NOAA

11:20am-12:15pm
Interactive Simulations for Climate Solutions

12:25pm-1:20pm
Retrofuturism

1:30pm-2:25pm
Widening the Lens –
The Importance of Circularity in Education

2:35pm-3:30pm
Rebooting K-12 STEM Education

T7
Advanced
Technology

10:15am-11:10am
Models of Global Fluid Dynamics |
Critical Minerals for the
Energy Transition

11:20am-12:15pm
The Most Important Computer You
Never Heard of

12:25pm-2:25pm
Introduction to the Metaverse:
VR Tools & Techniques

2:35pm-3:30pm
Introduction to Switch-mode Power Technology

T8
Tutorials &
Applications

10:15am-11:10am
Coding with CAD for 3D Printing

11:20am-12:15pm
Bitcoin Day-Trading Using Neural Networks

12:25pm-2:25pm
Arduino Tutorial for Beginners

2:35pm-3:30pm
Intro to Cricut and Home Electronic
Cutting Machines

T9
History & TCNJ
Technology

10:15am-11:10am
VCF: A Mission of
Preserving Computing History

11:20am-12:15pm
– Hearing Aid for Dogs.
– Wireless Network for Humidity Monitoring.
– High Altitude Balloon Experiment.

12:25pm-1:20pm
– Active Noise Cancellation
– LED Light with Wireless Control
– Obstacle Mapping Robotics Materials Handler

1:30pm-2:25pm
– Video FX FPGA
– Autonomous Photography Drone
– Autonomous Race Car

2:35pm-3:30pm
– Low-Cost UHF RFID Transceiver
– 5G MIMO Antenna

David Soll Memorial

T10
OOP University

10:15am-11:10am
Introduction to OOP Design Principles

11:20am-12:15pm
Getting Started with Java

12:25pm-1:20pm
Introduction to Python

1:30pm-2:25pm
Pythonic Object-Oriented Development

2:35pm-3:30pm
Special Session: Ask Me Anything

T11
Amateur Radio

Amateur Radio Starts at 9:00 am
Ham Cram 101
Ham Radio License Exam Preparation Cram Course


Ham Cram Session begins at 9:00 am and
goes to about 3:00 pm,
with lunch break at 12:30 pm.


Virtual Exam Requires Advance Registration at
https://hameducation.org/dsrc
by March 16th.

See website below.
Virtual Exam given at 3:30 pm.
Conducted by the David Sarnoff Radio Club.
www.n2re.org

KN
Keynote

3:40pm-4:45pm
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Bob Kopp, Rutgers University: Co-Director, Climate Impact Lab;
Co-Author, UN IPCC Climate Report;
speaking on “Climate, Technology and Democracy”

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