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The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
IEEE Orlando Section
Established in 1959 and serving over 1,400 members in
Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake and Sumter counties.

IEEE Orlando Section Monthly

Vol. XXXVII No. 06
June 2004


Contents:

 

Executive Committee (EXCOM) Meeting & Technical Presentation

Date:

Tuesday, June 1st

Time:

6:00 - 6:30 p.m. Technical Presentation - See below
6:30 - 8:00 p.m. EXCOM Meeting

Place:

Louie & Maria Restaurant
9728 E. Colonial Dr., 407-277-7755

Topics:

* May Meeting Minutes
* Revised April Meeting Minutes
* Treasurer's Report
* Family Fun Day Planning

Contact:

Joe Juisai at 407 808-1301 or e-mail to reserve space.

 

TECHNICAL PRESENTATION TO THE IEEE ORLANDO EXECOM

Date:

Tuesday, June 1st

Time:

6:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Place:

Louie & Maria Restaurant
9728 E. Colonial Dr., 407-277-7755

Topic:

Energy Performance-Metrics in the Federal ENERGY STAR® Program

Speaker:

Julio Rovi, Senior Associate at Cadmus

Abstract:

In an effort to reduce greenhouse gases and energy waste, two federal agencies-DOE and EPA-teamed up to support ENERGY STAR. Although ENERGY STAR builds from work from both agencies, DOE focuses on primarily on appliance performance and EPA focuses on the performance of homes, commercial buildings and other products. This presentation provides an overview of ENERGY STAR, its products and services and described how ENERGY STAR evolved from a focus on "energy efficiency" to "energy performance", moving the market away from "energy conservation". Special attention will be placed on what makes buildings more energy efficient and how this is measured. Attention is also placed on how energy performance was defined for office equipment and some industrial electronics

Bio:

Click here for a brief bio of Julio Rovi

EWEEK 2004 FINAL REPORT HIGHLIGHTS THE IEEE'S ROLE AS LEAD SOCIETY
The final report on the EWeek 2004 campaign is available online. The report summarizes the myriad activities the IEEE and IEEE-USA supported during EWeek 2004, including: UN Non-Governmental Organizations' briefing on "Girls and Technology: New Educational Opportunities"; the "New Faces of Engineering" ads in USA TODAYand the INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE; the image surveys conducted by AAES-Harris and IEEE-USA/IEEE SPECTRUM; the record breaking Family Day at the National Building Museum; and enhancements to the Future City Competition, which IEEE-USA launched in 1993.

To read the report, go to: http://www.eweek.org/site/About/2004_FinalReport.shtml

To view more photos of EWeek 2004, visit: http://www.ieeeusa.org/eweek/2004/index.htm

 

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Check the website: http://www.ieee.org/corporate/elections/candidates.xml

This information should be disseminated to all individuals whom you know to work in the publication of newsletters, magazines, and transactions, etc., that could have an impact on the outcome of the annual election.

 
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