Power Engineering/
Industry Applications/
Power Electronics
Meeting Announcements
Unless otherwise stated, non-IEEE members are welcome to attend the meetings listed here.
Members are encouraged to invite and bring guests to these events.

Several industry experts will be giving us a day long tutorial on power
quality topics. This will be similar to the class offered in Tampa earlier
this year by the West Coast IEEE. The current venue is the FPC office in
Lake Mary and the date is October 3rd. The venue may change if we have a
large number of RSVPs. We will be offering around 0.6 CEUs for the course.
There will be further announcements on the time, directions, costs and
contents. But mark your calendar for this tutorial.
Tour of Mitsubishi Power System Service Center: We are trying to set up a
tour, the tentative dates are Aug 13,14 or the 15th.
Cane Island Tour that was originally scheduled the week of September 11th
2001, has been tentatively rescheduled for Sept 17, 2002. Mark you
E-Pass Technology meeting and tour, may be arranged for October.
A tour of the Time Warner "On Demand" technology is being set up for
January 2003.
Also in the future we are trying to arrange a tour of the Convention Center
expansion, a Universal Studios back stage tour, a MRI Tech tour and a joint
meeting with the Computer Society.
Watch your email for an Anixter Wire meeting, we are still working on the
details. This could be anything from a 1 hour dinner talk, to a full day
See y'all at the next meeting
Aaron Staley
Secretary: Orlando IEEE PES/IAS/PEL Society
Electrical Engineer
Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation
(407) 736-2733
As always, please forward to anyone who might be interested. If you want to
be removed from this list, please let me know. If you know of anyone who
should be added to this list, please let me know.
We are the Orlando IEEE Chapter of Power Engineering, Industrial
Applications and Power Electronics. We are a joint society of these three
societies. Unless indicated otherwise, everyone is welcome at our meetings
including students, non-ieee members, and even those who aren't engineers.
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