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Meeting Notice

The IEEE Southeastern Michigan EMC Society presents

"STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL IN AN E3 TEST LABORATORY"

Presented by: Kimball Williams

Date: March 27, 2002

Time: 5:30 PM

The Southeastern Michigan Spring 2002 IEEE Section Meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2002.

The event will be held at the Visteon Technical Center in Dearborn , Michigan.

To register, submit the online Registration form

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Schedule of Events 
5:30 - Registration
5:45 - Chapter Presentations begin
6:45 - Break / Student Exhibit time
7:15 - Dinner
8:15 - Keynote Address 
9:00 - End
The Chapter Presentation is a FREE event. There is a $35 charge for the dinner.

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Speaker: Mr. Kimball Williams  

Presentation information:

Measurement system setup variability in a test laboratory can be a source of discomfort for the test engineer. The use of Statistical Process Control (SPC) methods to gage, and track the variability of system measurements can provide confidence in the repeatability of the test system setup, and in the data it produces. Once the system is shown to be stable, it is possible to also utilize SPC historical information to assist in confirming the validity of the data gathered using the system's control software.

BIOGRAPHY

Kimball Williams is a principal EMC engineer for Underwriters Laboratories (formerly known as the Eaton Corporation EMC Laboratory) where he directs the technical operation of its Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Laboratory. He holds a BSEE degree from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan and is pursuing a master's degree through the National Technical University. His professional society experience includes the following: Member of the IEEE EMC Society Board of Directors and VP of Technical Services, Member of the IEEE EMC Society Standards Committee, Member of the IEEE Education Activities Board - Continuing Education Committee, Past Chair of the IEEE EMC-S Education Committee, Past Chair of the IEEE EMC-S Technical Advisory Committee, Treasurer of the South Eastern Michigan Chapter of the IEEE EMC-S National Association of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers (NARTE) certified EMC engineer and a member of the Board for NARTE, Member of the SAE EMI and EMR Committees, Member of the US Technical Advisory Groups to CISPR/D and ISO/TC22, He is also an amateur radio operator (N8FNC), scuba diver and private pilot.

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