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5 meetings

Title:
IEEE Young Professionals Bowling Night
Date:
January 31st
6:00 PM (2 hours)
Location:
Big Al's
Beaverton
Abstract:

IEEE Oregon Section Young Professionals are having our Bowling Night! Please come and meet engineers and professionals & show off your bowling skills. Register ASAP so that we can have accurate headcounts for line reservation.

Ask for the IEEE event when you come in. 

Title:
Oregon IEEE Consultants' Monthly Meeting
Date:
February 4th
6:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
TEK
Beaverton
Abstract:

FEBRUARY ORCNET MEETING

Meeting date Tuesday, Feb 4th, 2020.

 

We will be providing PIZZA, salad and drinks for everyone.

Please RSVP so that we know how much food to bring and if you have any requests for the type of PIZZA.

 

PIZZA will be hot and ready for you to eat at 6PM.

 

We will also be able to tour the museum while you are there.


WHAT -

Speaker at 4 Feb OrcNet details:

Speaker: Peter E Perkins, PE

                              IEEE Life Fellow

                              IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society 2020 Distinguished Lecturer

Topic: Dalziel revisited 75 years later; analysis of mized bipolar and monopolar waveforms

Abstract: Based on his 1943 paper Professor Charles F Dalziel extended his Let-go effects analysis to mixed AC and DC waveforms plus various shaped non-sinusoidal waveforms to determine reasonable safe current limits feeling that it could be applied to any waveform.  This presentation revisits his analysis and extends it to modern non-sinusoidal waveforms to provide a substantiation for application of this analysis to non-sinusoidal touch currents found in modern electronic equipment.

Speaker Bio:  Peter E Perkins, BS Engr, MSEE, PE is an IEEE Life Fellow.  He has 60 years’ experience in the electronics industry. In more than half if his >30-year career at Tektronix, Inc. he was Corporate Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs Manager organizing and directing a corporate wide effort to provide assuredly safe products.  After leaving that company he started his own Product Safety and Regulatory consulting activity which he still operates.  He has received the IEC 1906 award which honors exceptional leadership and technical contributions to IEC standards; he is a recipient of the Michael J Demartini award of the IEEE EMC-PSTC, forerunner of the IEEE PSES today; he is an ongoing contributor to the IEEE/ISPCE symposiums from the beginning. He is a IEEE PSES 2020 Distinguished Lecturer.  He is involved in IEC technical standards work with IEC TC 66, IEC 61010 series ‘Safety of electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use’ as well as IEC TC 108, IEC 62368 series ‘Safety of audio/visual, information and communication technology equipment’ plus Convenor of IEC TC 108/WG5, IEC 60990, ‘Measurement of touch current and protective conductor current’. He is also involved in the US mirror committees for these standards.  He is an American electric shock expert and involved with IEC TC 64/WG4, IEC 60479 series standards plus ANSI/UL 101.   

 

Title:
IEEE Oregon Section WIE Book Club Meeting
Date:
February 6th
6:00 PM (1 hour)
Location:
Meet Online
Abstract:

Download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system

Monthly: https://oregontechonline.zoom.us/meeting/u5YucuGrpjIprj_Ubr_TFGcmIhFKkjKDdA/ics?icsToken=8151725cfd9b23b232af09cf87798a91a4b7c44b110c62a06c375b542abee5e9

Title:
Engineers Week 2020 - Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream with OSU Overclocking
Date:
February 18th
5:00 PM (3 hours)
Location:
Graf Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

Join OSU Overclocking in celebrating 2020 Engineering Week! Join us for a lab tour, liquid nitrogen overclocking demo, and free liquid nitrogen ice cream!

Title:
Engineers Week 2020 - Overclock 'till You Drop
Date:
February 21st
6:00 PM (10 hours)
Location:
Graf Hall
Corvallis
Abstract:

Celebrate the 2020 Engineers Week with OSU Overclocking! Ever dream of making your own computer? Learning about heat transfer and cooling? Machining and building custom computer parts? Join us in our traditional all night event  and learn how to overclock a professional rig or your personal computer.

Overclock ‘till you drop is a club tradition and where many of our best members started out, This is a great opportunity to jump in to the club and learn in a casual situation. Rigs will include two liquid nitrogen cooled and one closed loop.

All majors and abilities welcome! Pizza, drinks, snacks, and overclocking expertise will be provided.

5 meetings. Generated Friday, January 24 2020, at 3:56:11 PM. All times America/Los_Angeles