Greetings all Join us as Information theory Society,IEEE AIT Student branch are holding a Cryptic 2.0 filler fun event- FIGHT FOR MY WAY. Come seize this opportunity and have lots of fun during this Cryptic Hackathon
In the past decade, multiple stakeholder organizations have published documents forecasting and making recommendations about the electric industrys future. The GridWise® Architecture Council (GWAC), a group convened by the U.S. Dept. of Energy, chartered a project to assess the electric industry vision and future state assessment documents and determine how aligned these views of the future are. The project objectives
were to identify:
1.) Stakeholders; vision and future states for the electric industry and grid
2.) Their similarities, differences, divergences, and stakeholder impacts, and
3.) Architectural challenge-gap categories for potential multi-stakeholder organization coordination and collaboration opportunities.
The GWAC identified six major architectural challenges or gap areas during assessing and characterizing ten vision and future state reports from nine organizations:
1.) Developing new industry structures
2.) Transitioning from centralized to distributed
3.) Transitioning from silos to platforms
4.) Developing effective data communications enabling control and coordination in distributed structures
5.) Standardizing Interfaces and structures
6.) Accommodating large quantities of DER with new structures
These must be addressed to achieve the vision of the future grid described in the ten reports, so how do we get there? In addition to traditional forward analysis, the importance of using a structured "future back" approach will be discussed.
Finally, Grid Architecture will be defined and its importance as a tool in this process will be discussed, along with a description of the GWAC’s Interoperability Framework and its continued relevance.
Professional body commitee of Vemana Institute of Technology is inaugurating two student branch chapters namely IEEE Computer Society student Branch Chapter and IEEE Women in Engineering Student Branch on May 31st,2023 at 10.30 A.M by the Chief guests Dr.D.N.Sujatha,Vice-Chair,ComSoc,Execom Member,Computer Society,IEEE Bangalore Section ,Dr.Vijayalakshmi M,Chair Elect,IEEE WIE Bangalore Section, Dr.Ashwini Appaji M,IEEE WIE,Vice-Chair,Bangalore Section. The event will be followed by technical talk by the chief guets.
The Rules and Laws That Govern the Practice of Engineering in Florida. This course is at a basic to intermediate level.
- Florida Statute 471 – Engineering
- FBPE and FEMC
- Florida Administrative Code
- Updates from NCEES and FBPE
IEEE BAU- Tripoli is celebrating IEEE Education Week with our distinguished speaker Dr. Miriam Lucero We will be discussing the topic “Life After College” where we will get an insight of what actually is out-there in the real-world once we graduate and where we will get the chance to learn valuable tips from our speaker’s huge professional experience.
IEEE presents an introduction to the Canadian Electric Code for students! Ever wondered about the standards regulating building wiring? The CEC is vital to many areas of electrical engineering and employers look for students and graduates who have experience with it. Come and learn the basics of the CEC and why it is important to engineers and to your career! We will cover an introduction to the sections of the code, look at practical examples and more!