IEEE Atlanta PES: "NEETRAC Presentation and Tour of NEETRAC"

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Meeting location: 5351 Kennedy Rd Forest Park, GA  30297


                                               ***Registartion closes Friday, February 8th***

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Abstract

NEETRAC is a self-supporting, membership based center within the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech. Our goal is to help the electric utility industry solve the every day problems associated with the complex task of transmitting and distributing electric energy reliably and efficiently. NEETRAC staff and facilities combine with the significant technological resources of Georgia Tech to provide our customers a wide array of analytical, engineering, research and testing services – on both collaborative and proprietary projects. We have high voltage, medium voltage, environmental and mechanical testing facilities for evaluating a wide variety of transmission and distribution system components. NEETRAC members include electric utility companies located throughout North America as well as manufacturers that provide products and services to utilities.

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  • Starts 29 January 2019 10:43 AM
  • Ends 08 February 2019 05:00 PM
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  Speakers

Frank C. Lambert, P. E.

Frank C. Lambert, P. E. of NEETRAC

Topic:

"NEETRAC Presentation and Tour of NEETRAC" 

NEETRAC is a self-supporting, membership based center within the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech. Our goal is to help the electric utility industry solve the every day problems associated with the complex task of transmitting and distributing electric energy reliably and efficiently. NEETRAC staff and facilities combine with the significant technological resources of Georgia Tech to provide our customers a wide array of analytical, engineering, research and testing services – on both collaborative and proprietary projects. We have high voltage, medium voltage, environmental and mechanical testing facilities for evaluating a wide variety of transmission and distribution system components. NEETRAC members include electric utility companies located throughout North America as well as manufacturers that provide products and services to utilities.

Biography:

Mr. Lambert is a Principal Research Engineer at Georgia Tech’s Center for Distributed Energy (CDE) and National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center (NEETRAC). He is responsible for interfacing with members to develop and conduct research projects dealing with transmission and distribution issues. Mr. Lambert previously worked at Georgia Power Company for 22 years in transmission / distribution system design, construction, operation, maintenance and automation. He is serving as the 2018-2019 President Elect of the IEEE Power and Energy Society. Mr. Lambert holds a bachelors and M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Address:5351 Kennedy Rd, , Forest Park, Georgia, United States, 30327





Agenda

11:30 am    Registration & Lunch

12:00 pm    Safety Briefing; Introduction of Speaker

12:50 pm    Questions from particpants

 1:00 pm     Adjourn