and Electronic Engineers
Central Texas Section
Power and Energy Society Austin
Announcements and Events
|The Nexus of
Energy and Water
January 19, 2012
Location: The University of Texas Engineering
Teaching Center (ETC)
Speaker: Dr. Michael Webber
Event Details: The Central Texas
Chapter (professional/national chapter) of ASME would like to invite
you to the first general meeting of the Spring on Thursday Jan
19. The meeting will commence at 6:30 PM in ETC 2.136 for
and Pluckers wings. Dr. Michael Webber, Associate Director of the
Center for International Energy and
Environmental Policy, Co-Director of the Clean Energy Incubator, and
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at UT, will present "The
Thirst for Power: The Nexus of Energy and Water" at 7:00 P.M.
You do not have to be an active member of ASME to attend, but we do
request a small $10 per person donation to help offset the costs of the
food (if you will be eating the food). If you will be eating the
Pluckers, please RSVP to the addresses below so we can have an accurate
estimate of how much food to buy.
Please RSVP to any of these addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Limited Parking is available on Dean Keeton.
Edge of Our Solar System
Date: Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Location: El Gallo Mexican
Restaurant, 2910 S Congress, Austin, Texas,
Speaker: Maher A Dayeh of Space Science
and Engineering division, Southwest Research Institute
Cost: • $11 or $13
for IEEE members and accompanying spouses • $14 or $16 for non-IEEE
members • $2 for Drinks • Student members FREE and $2 for specials, •
$3 student visitors, and non-meal participants
If you plan to attend please RSVP to Joel Sandahl,
Engineer of the Year
James Mercier, P.E., 2011
PES Austin Chapter Awards Committee Chairman, has been awarded the
Power and Energy Society Central Texas Section Engineer of the Year
award for 2011. Congratulations James!
|You may pick up your CE certificates for
IEEE meetings at the January meeting.
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