IEEE HOU Sec: IEEE MOVE Community Disaster Relief Training

Registration Required, Event is FREE, IEEE Member Training Only IEEE Volunteers Needed: IEEE MOVE Community Outreach Diaster Relief and STEM Education Training Training for volunteers interested in helping on the IEEE MOVE Community Outreach Disaster Relief and STEM Education vehicle will be held at the HESS Club in the Houston Galleria area.    Training will include discussion… Read more

IEEE Houston Section OES/WIE Joint Meeting – Subsea Membrane Water Treatment, Seabox

Date: May 5, 2015 Topic: Subsea Membrane Water Treatment Torbjørn Hegdal, Business Development Manager, Seabox Treating seawater on the seabed for injection into reservoirs will deliver a new and significant capability to the oil & gas industry’s expanding subsea toolkit. This presentation will describe the latest developments in the Subsea Water Intake & Treatment (SWIT) system… Read more

IEEE Houston Section – Electrical Application Differences of UL 891 Switchboard and UL 1558 Switchgear

Date: April 23, 2015 Topic: Electrical Application Differences of UL891 Switchboard and UL1558 Switchgear Abstract: To be, or not to be: that is the question? Learn the electrical application differences between UL 1558 Switchgear vs. UL 891 Switchboards. The following concerns will need to be considered: Application Consideration 1:   System Grounding Application Consideration 2:   System Coordination… Read more

IEEE Houston Section – AIChE Joint Meeting – Engineering Ethics

Date: April 9, 2015 Topic: Engineering Ethics Updates on Board rule changes within the last year, general updates on initiatives the Board is working on, information on enforcement statistics, and the engineering Code of Conduct. Biography: George is a Licensing Project Manager at the Texas Board of Professional Engineers in Austin. He has been with the Board… Read more

IEEE Houston Section – Energy Harvesting – Dr. Rashi Tiwari

Date: March 26, 2015 Topic: Energy Harvesting The field of energy harvesting is growing rapidly. The advancements are not only evident from the work reported by the research laboratories around the world but also from the off the shelf-energy harvesters that have become available recently. Personal electronics, portable electronics, bio-implants, intelligent robots or health monitoring devices, are… Read more

IEEE IAS Atlanta – Stationary Battery Sizing Methodology per IEEE Standards 485 (Lead Acid) and 1106 (Nickel Cadmium) – ATLANTA IA34 CHAPTER on 20-April-2015

You are invited to join us for lunch and learning at a meeting of the ATLANTA CHAPTER – IEEE INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS SOCIETY. COST: IEEE Member: $23.00 for Lunch (must register on line by previous Thursday) Non-Member: $28.00 for Lunch (must register on line by previous Thursday) Student: $00.00 for Lunch (must register on line by… Read more

IEEE IAS Atlanta – Changes to the 2015 Edition of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace – ATLANTA IA34 CHAPTER on 16-March-2015

You are invited to join us for lunch and learning at a meeting of the ATLANTA CHAPTER – IEEE INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS SOCIETY. COST: IEEE Member: $23.00 for Lunch (must register on line by previous Thursday) Non-Member: $28.00 for Lunch (must register on line by previous Thursday) Student: $00.00 for Lunch (must register on line by… Read more