Central Texas Section
Power Engineering Society
September 27, Mike Noth on Lightning
Join us on Tuesday, September 27, 6 PM, for Michael
(Mike) E. Noth's presentation on Lightning.
Mike is the Senior Electrical Engineer
in the Facilities Department of Samsung. He has over
17 years experience in the Semiconductor industry. He
received his BSEE from the University of Texas in Arlington
and holds PE licenses in the states of Texas and Oregon.
Mike is an active member of the Power Engineering and
Industrial Applications Societies of IEEE. Mike has been
blissfully married 25 years and has four sons.
Please RSVP to Stacy
Smith via email or phone, 512-232-6103, and see
announcement for additional details.
October 5-7 IEEE PES CIGRE Symposium, San Antonio
We are pleased to announce that
the Power Engineering Society, International Council
on Large Electric Systems, will now be held at the Hilton
Palacio del Rio in San Antonio Texas on the originally
scheduled dates, 5-7 October 2005. This is an excellent,
attractive venue on the famous Riverwalk. Accompanying
persons will be very pleased with the restaurants, shopping,
and museums within walking distance of the hotel.
The several CIGRE Study Committees meeting in conjunction
with the Symposium on the days preceding and following
the Symposium also remain on the schedule as planned. For
more detail and registration, please visit the event
October 13, Central Texas Lighting Exposition
The Texas Capital Section of the Illuminating Engineering
Society of North America is proud to present a tabletop
exhibit of new lighting products to our regional design
community. Consider this to be Central Texas' mini-Lightfair!!
Products will include luminaries, lamps and control systems
to say the least. This is a FREE event! The exhibit doors
open at 3pm and appetizers begin at 6pm.
Door prize drawings throughout the event-must be present
to win. Bring your co-workers, tell your friends.
See the announcement for
a list of exhibitors and For more information please contact: Jennifer
Jaques via email or phone, 512-353-3890.
|Certificates. You may pick up your CE certificates
for IEEE meetings at the meeting.
grateful thanks to Tom Dittlinger
Many thanks to Tom Dittlinger, Rockwell
Automation, for his outstanding presentation on Low Voltage
Drives and associated techniques for reduction of harmonic
generation with low pulse count conversions. The technical
level of his presentation was perfect providing an excellent
mix of theory and practice. We really appreciate Tom's
taking the time to put together and present this program.
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