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SVEC Engineers Week Banquet, Thursday, February 25, 2016
Often engineers working in the space industry look at the 1950s and 60s as the pinnacle of space exploration whether it is Yuri Gagarins first orbit around the Earth to Neil Armstrongs first steps on the moon. However, if we look at the incredible set of accomplishments and investments in space activity over the last 10 years, one can clearly see we have entered a new Golden Era of spaceflight. The future of space exploration is not only bright but is much more sustainable than it has been in the past.
Skybox Imaging is a Google subsidiary providing commercial high-resolution Earth observation satellite imagery, high-definition video and analytics services.
2016 Hall of Fame Inductee John Celli, President, Space Systems Loral
Press release of banquet by SSL at
SVEC Education Awards, deadline February 11, 2016
The Silicon Valley Engineering Council Engineering Education awards recognize young engineering and technology students for their dedication, focus, and commitment to engineering. Engineering and Technology students graduating from high school (i.e. high school senior class) or presently enrolled in undergraduate community college or university programs are eligible to apply. Fulltime and part-time students are eligible. The one time award is $1000. Students may receive an SVEC Education award only once. Graduate students are not eligible. Undergraduate and High School students are judged separately.
Silicon Valley Business of Engineering Social Meetup
Various low cost tech events of interest for all engineers in Silicon Valley at
Calendar of the SVEC for 2016
Feb 25, 2016 SVEC E-Week banquet at Hyatt Santa Clara
Board of Directors for 20152016
Elise Engelhardt (ASME), President