- 8213-Seminar Electrical Engineering
- Posted for Academic Affairs by Jaime Ramos on Oct, 09 2012
The Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) – Power and Energy Rio Grande Valley Chapter, and UTPA Student Branch are hosting a conference regarding Substation Automation Engineering on Saturday, October 13, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., at the University of Texas -Pan American Engineering Building ENGR 1.268 Parking is available in parking lot F. You can now register at http://www.ieee-rgv.org. For additional information, contact Dr. Jaime Ramos at 607-7334.
Our Distinguished Lecturer will be John D McDonald, P.E., Director, Technical Strategy and Policy Development for GE Energy - Digital Energy. In his 38 years of experience in the electric utility industry, John has developed power application software for both Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, Energy Management, and Distribution Managements Systems.
The event is open to the general public, especially Engineers, Construction Projects Directors, and Architects, Electricians, Technicians and Engineering students.
Fees for attending the event are $15 & $20 for student IEEE members and non-members, $45 & $60 for Professional IEEE members & non-members. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Attendees will earn certificates for 5 (five) Professional Development Hours (PDH).
Registration and agenda is available at www.ieee-rgv.org .
The IEEE Power & Energy Society is a worldwide, non-profit association of more than 29,000 individuals engaged in the electric power energy industry. Our mission is to be the leading provider of scientific information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society and the preferred professional development source for our members. The scope of the Society embraces research, development, planning, design, construction, maintenance, installation and operation of equipment, structures, materials and power systems for the safe, sustainable, economic and reliable conversion, generation, transmission, distribution, storage and usage of electric energy, including its measurement and control.
The Rio Grande Valley Chapter of the Power & Energy Society was formed in 2010, and we meet regularly in Weslaco. Our Members live and work in the communities from Brownsville to Roma, TX. Our Members keep the lights ON 24/7; they plan, design and construct new electric, electromechanical, and communications systems; they educate the young professionals who are emerging as future engineers. They are an outstanding professional group for the benefit of society, indeed.