Tech Titans has partnership agreements with several other technology related trade organizations. These partnerships enable us to provide more programs for Tech Titans members and will give technology companies in North Texas greater leverage for legislative advocacy in both Austin and Washington.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) - Dallas Section is a professional organization of electrical, electronic, and computer engineers in the greater Dallas area. It organizes technical, educational, and scientific meetings providing professional benefits to its members while contributing towards progress in the field.
Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UTD was established in April 2006 as a collaborative initiative of the schools of Arts and Humanities, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, Engineering and Computer Science, Management, and Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The Institute's role is that of a facilitator, catalyst and program sponsor - leveraging the power of ideas and technology to create new ventures and add economic, social and cultural value to the community.
Semiconductor Equipment and Material International (SEMI)
SEMI provides industry stewardship and engages their members to advance the interests of the global electronics supply chain. SEMI invites members of Tech Titans to participate in their Tech Tuesday programs in the Dallas area.
Upcoming Partner Events
Spring 2019 DataScience@SMU Symposium
Hughes-Trigg Student Center on the SMU Campus
Friday, March 15, 2019
The Master of Science in Data Science program at Southern Methodist University brings together the worlds of academia and industry through interactive panel discussions, informal conversations, and a keynote address. Students, alumni, employers, and industry leaders will connect in an unprecedented way at our inaugural DataScience@SMU Symposium.
Please join us at the Spring 2019 DataScience@SMU Symposium on March 15, 2019 at the Hughes-Trigg Student Center at SMU.