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4 meetings

Title:
Fundamentals and Modeling of Harmonics in Power Systems NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Date:
November 21st
12:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
825 NE Multnomah Drive
Portland
Abstract:

NOTE:  YOU DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER--JUST SHOW UP!  In this presentation, we review the fundamentals of harmonics and their impact on power systems. We present a full review of the related concepts including applications of the Fourier series, calculation of the Displacement Power Factor (DPF), current and voltage THD values, and other important factors in harmonics studies. We discuss the importance of understanding the concepts when using modeling tools and also the verification of the simulation results. We also describe how different software algorithms use these concepts to analyze networks.

Title:
SAC Monthly Meeting - November
Date:
November 21st
7:30 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Virtual
Abstract:

Online meeting: https://ieeemeetings.webex.com/ieeemeetings/j.php?MTID=m44ccf64f83fa5d024a44c07f5cff5bdb

Title:
Technology Roadmapping Workshop
Date:
December 2nd
8:30 AM (4.5 hours)
Location:
RA1
Hillsboro
Abstract:

Technology roadmapping is a comprehensive approach for strategy planning to integrate science/technological considerations into product and business aspects as well as to provide a way to identify new opportunities in achieving a desired objective from the development of new technologies. Roadmaps can take many forms, but the common feature is the use of simple graphical frameworks to support the synthesis, alignment and communication of complex strategic issues.  The course will provide participants with an introduction to both the concept and application of roadmapping, including a combination of presentations, group activities and discussion. The activities provide an opportunity to put the concepts into practice.

  • The course will provide participants with an introduction to both the concept and application of roadmapping, including team exercises.
  • The team exercises will enable participants to apply the class content and enhance their learning experience.
  • The course will provide application examples from different industries like the one provided below for energy efficiency.

 

Title:
Blockchain: From cryptocurrency to the Enterprise
Date:
December 5th
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Tektronix Bldg 50
Beaverton
Abstract:

Abstract

Do you speak blockchain? Bitcoin, Ethereum, Sawtooth, ICO, Smart contracts, Miners, Oracles...etc. Can you keep all of these straight? In this talk, Cian will take you on a journey through the origins of blockchain technology, delve into the current state of the cryptocurrency market and examine opportunities for leveraging blockchains in the enterprise.  He will help you make sense of the intriguing, but sometimes bewildering world of blockchains.

 

Biography
Cian Montgomery is a 23-year software development veteran. For the past 13 years, he has worked at Intel Corporation on a wide variety of projects and technologies including compute kernels, embedded graphics, and computational photography. In his current role, Cian serves as software architect in Intel’s Blockchain Program Office & maintainer of the Hyperledger Sawtooth Blockchain project

 

4 meetings. Generated Monday, November 20 2017, at 10:45:05 AM. All times America/Los_Angeles