SPEAKER: Michael Swartz, CEO Lake Shore Cryotronics
LAKE SHORE CRYOTRONICS, ADVANCING SCIENCE FOR 50 YEARS
A Story about this fast growing and cutting edge Westerville Company!
INCLUDES FACTORY TOUR
When: April 9, 5:30 PM
Where: 575 McCorkle Blvd, Westerville, OH
A light dinner will be provided
THIS PROMISES TO BE ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING MEETINGS THE SECTION HAS HAD IN YEARS!
All Section Members and their guests welcome, but attendance is limited.
PLEASE RSVP TO email@example.com by March 28, and include Name, IEEE number or Guest, Country of Citizenship, and Company Affiliation.
Arranged by Dr. Cosmin Radu, Lake Shore Cryotronics
Morals and Morsels with Conrad Robinson: an IEEE Columbus/PES Joint Event
How does the economic and cultural climate of the country affect our daily decisions as engineers? In a workplace overcast by federal regulations, state laws, industry codes, and corporate policies, what is the responsibility of the front-line employee in owning the products that flow from their desk? And why should we care? Join the Columbus IEEE Section and the Columbus Power and Energy Society as we snack on appetizers and apply the NSPE code of Ethics to the everyday decisions of a 21st century engineer.
Note: 1 PDH credit will be offered for this presentation. Please RSVP.
Who: Columbus IEEE members, Power and Energy Society Members, and guests
What: Presentation and Discussion on Engineering Ethics
Where: AEP Ohio Building, 700 Morrison Road, Gahanna, OH
When: April 4th, 2019:
5:45-6:00pm Check in, snacks, and networking
RSVP: Register with vTools online by April 1st
Questions? Contact Colleen
About Conrad Robinson:
Conrad Robinson earned a BA in History & Philosophy from Centre College in 2006, and an MA in Philosophy from OSU in 2009. In 2013, Conrad was the recipient of the Marion Teaching Grant, enabling him to study religion and culture in India, to broaden his own world views. Conrad is an adjunct professor at Columbus State Community College and The Ohio State University, leading classes on ethics, engineering ethics, contemporary moral problems, and other subjects related to international cultures and religions.
Electricity and electronics are the backbone of modern society. However, electrical engineering has one of the lowest proportions of bachelor’s degrees awarded to women– less than 13% annually– with even fewer women staying in industry after five years. Why do so few women succeed in the field? And what can we learn from these engineering elite? Join the Columbus sections of the Power and Energy Society (PES) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) for snacking, networking, and a panel discussion with the women who power our world.
—Where: AEP Ohio Building, 700 Morrison Rd, Gahanna
—When: Friday 01/25/19
6:00-7:00pm Presentation and Panelist Q&A Event
Please join us on Nov. 20 at noon for a presentation by Dr. Nibir Dhar on the US Army Innovative Discovery Science Platform (iDISPLA) Initiative. Faculty, staff, and students interested in engineering education and workforce development are encouraged to attend.
When: The talk is on Nov. 20 from 12 to 1
Where: in the Research Commons Room 350 (18th Ave Library, 3rd floor).
Please register by emailing TJ Ronningen. Seating is limited.
Congratulations to John Lauletta for receiving the 2018 IEEE Columbus PES Outstanding Engineer Award! As the founder & CEO of Exacter, Inc., John has a long history of technical innovation, collaborative research, and volunteer service to IEEE at the local and national level. John has served as the Chair for the Purdue University student chapter, Columbus PES Chapter, and IEEE Columbus Section. He has held technical leadership positions at American Electric Power, Scientific Columbus, and Exacter. John has led research and advised graduate students at The Ohio State University High Voltage Laboratory and The University of Akron.
Title: Modeling and Decomposing Multi-Stage and Multi-Scale Stochastic Investment Problems
This lecture will give a lesson on capacity-expansion modeling with renewables & energy storage by Professor Ramteen Sioshansi of The Ohio State University. 1.0 hour of CPD credit will be provided to attendees as needed. This will be a joint event with the OSU IEEE Student Chapter.
Abstract: Power system generation and transmission expansion problems are inherently difficult due to uncertainties, costly and long-lived investments, and long lead times in assets being built. This talk will give an overview of how to capture the various scales of uncertainties and decisions in these types of problems and the various time dynamics. The use of decomposition and clustering techniques to make these problems computationally tractable will also be discussed.
When: October 24th, 5:30-7:00 PM, with the first 30 minutes being refreshments & networking
Where: Dreese Lab, Room 260 at Ohio State. 2015 Neil Ave, Columbus
Date: Thursday September 13, 2018
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Smart Columbus Experience Center
170 S. Civic Center Drive
United States 43215
6:00 pm Section ExComm meeting
7:00 pm Sherry Hubbard of American Electric Power (AEP) will speak on “AEP and SmartColumbus”