Welcome to the IEEE Fort Worth PES Chapter!


The IEEE Fort Worth PES Chapter meets on the second or third Tuesday of the month at the Petroleum Club unless advised otherwise. The Club is located on the 40th floor of the 777 Main building in downtown Fort Worth.

Check out our chapter’s upcoming events:

Fort Worth Chapter Upcoming Events

For recent events:

Fort Worth Chapter Recent Events

Monthly Meeting Details:

Date: September 18 2018

Time: Serving of meal begins at 11:30am
Presentation begins at 11:50am

Location: Petroleum Club (on 40th floor)
777 Main Street
777 Main Building, 40th floor
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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Cost: $23.00 (Cash or Check at Door)

Cost: $23.50 (Advanced Credit Card Purchase Online Here) (please check if latest meeting)

If you are an IEEE member, please add your member number to your registration to better assist IEEE in Member Tracking

* You may attend the presentation without lunch at no charge.

In order to provide the best possible service for you, please RSVP by registering online here preferably 72 hrs in advance.
[Note: Please follow the emailed registration link. This link may not always be up to date for latest upcoming meeting number.]


Texas Board of Professional Engineers – Professional Practice Update/Ethics

Updates on engineering ethics and Code of Conduct, Board Activities, rule and statutory changes,  and general updates on Board initiatives. 


Lance S. Kinney, Ph.D., P.E. of Texas Board of Professional Engineers (TBPE)


Speaker Bio:

Dr. Kinney is the Executive Director of the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. He has been with the Board for over fifteen years and is responsible for all agency programs and activities, including legislative, rule, budget, and policy issues, and represents the Board at statewide, national, and international functions. He also gives licensing and ethics outreach presentations all over the state at universities, companies, and associations.
Prior to working at the Board, he worked in the semiconductor industry for 11 years. He has a Bachelors Degree in Physics from the University of Texas, a Masters Degree in Industrial Technology from Texas State University, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction focused on Learning Technologies from the University of Texas. He has lectured as an adjunct professor in the Engineering and Technology Department at Texas State University and Electronics and Advanced Technologies Department at Austin Community College.