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CETES is committed to nurturing and promoting the growth of technology and tech related businesses. We provide opportunities for people to connect who may otherwise be working solo or telecommuting about tech-related projects. CETES is an ideal location for a Tech Night with its excellent facilities and infrastructure – wireless internet and state of the art video conferencing capabilities.

TECH Night

TECH Night is an informal gathering for community members working in or interested in technology. TECH Night provides a platform for techies to:

  • Exchange information and ideas with others.
  • Connect with people who are working with interesting or new technologies and applications.
  • Listen to speakers address new emerging technology issues.
  • Raise questions about technology issues and seek answers.

No one is expected or will be asked to share any proprietary information.

Past Topics

The Internet of Things (IoT) Ms. Alka Shrestha


Preparing Tomorrow’s STEM Workforce through Innovative Technology Department of Chemistry, Physics and Engineering
Gamification Techniques Applied to Learning Dr. Usef Faghihi
How to Brand Yourself with Style in This Digital Age Paris Rouzati
Open Source Mr. Nijjwal Shrestha
Business Planning &  Management Software Used by Businesses Across Industry Sectors Mr. Sagar Katta
Augmented Reality and its Impact Mr. Steve Abbott, Kinetic Input
Demystifying 3D Printing Kevin Harris, Radiant Fabrication
Music Composing Applications from Amateur to Professional Dr. Gregory Hoepfner, CU Department of Music
The Future of Digital Marketing Kelly Edwards, Lawton Marketing Group
TruTouch Hardware and IdeaMax Whiteboard Software Craig Martin, Newline Interactive
The Anatomy of a Search Engine Optimized Website Kelly Edwards, Lawton Marketing Group
Introduction to Microsoft Windows 8 Computer Software Demilade Adenuga
An Achilles Heel of Information Assurance Security: A Case Study of Verizon’s Data Breach Reports Dr. Pedro Diaz-Gomez, CU Computing & Technology
A Brief History & Look into the Future of Computing Technology Bill Veitch
Video Game Group Collaboration and Networking
Let's Create a Video Game Ron Duran, CEO of Tridactyl, LLC
Drupal Corey Pennycuff
Open Forum
Challenges in Distributed Interactive Simulation Bill Millspaugh
New Motion captures technology and its potential to make the Lawton/Fort Sill area the hub of this new technology for the Midwest. Steve Abbott
Robots, Home Automation and Games using Arduino Anthony Foreman
Developing iPhone Applications Tridactyl company
Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System Charles F. Day & Associates, LLC
Open Forum/Discussion on Gigabit City
From Web 2.0 to the Semantic Web: and how YOU fit in
Geographical Information Systems Mark Polson
Computer/Information Security
Agile Computing
Cloud computing

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