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Presentation at OSU

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.

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2018 IEEE PES Outstanding Engineer Announced

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

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OSU LECTURE ON POWER SYSTEM MODELING

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

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September ExComm meeting

Date: Thursday September 13, 2018 Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Location: Smart Columbus Experience Center 170 S. Civic Center Drive Columbus, Ohio United States 43215 Agenda: 6:00 pm Section ExComm meeting 7:00 pm Sherry Hubbard of American Electric Power

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ECE Distinguished Seminar Series

Graphene on silicon carbide: a versatile material system for integrated photonics and energy storage. Speaker: Prof. Francesca Iacopi Abstract: Graphene is a promising but challenging material to be harnessed for wafer-level micro and nanodevices. We have pioneered a methodology to

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Distinguished Lecturer Program

Critical Infrastructure Protection:  Addressing the Underlying Interdependencies As part of the IEEE Power & Energy Society Distinguished Lecturer Program, come hear current PES President and Virginia Tech Professor Saifur Rahman discuss Critical Infrastructure Protection of the nation’s power grid. 1.0 hour

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OSU Nuclear Reactor Lab Tour

In 2016, 19.7% of the nation’s electricity came from nuclear power. However, only 3% of IEEE Columbus members have ever toured a reactor facility (Okay, we made up that second statistic, but let’s increase the numbers anyway!). Join the Columbus

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