IEEE Schenectady Section



Dispatchable Hybrid Renewable Solutions – September 12, 2019


LiDAR and Haptic Feedback: An Aid for the Visually Impaired – Sept 26, 2019 (Lee, MA)


2019 IEEE PES Schenectady Engineering Colloquium – September 13, 2019


Frontiers in New Emerging Technology, August 22, 2019


GE Electrification Symposium – Transforming Electric Power, Sept 17-18, 2019


Schenectady Section Call for Volunteers – STEAM Conference in November


TITANIC: The Truth Behind the Myths – June 19, 2019 5:30 PM, Albany


Superconducting Synchronous Machines for Electric Ship Propulsion – June 13, 2019


The Effect of Voltage Impulses from Variable Speed Drives on Electrical Insulation – June 6, 2019


Frequency Support among Asynchronous AC Grids through Multiterminal DC Grid – May 30, 2019


High-dimensional Data Analytics Using Low-dimensional Models – May 16, 2019


Realizing The Promise of Smart and Connected Cities – April 9, 2019


Nominate your colleague for a 2019 IEEE Region 1 Award!

Our Region 1 2018 Award winners!

Huan Tan received the “Technological Innovation Award” for outstanding and continuous contributions to innovation and leadership in creating service robotic systems significantly impacting the industry in various domains.

John Yagielski received the “Enhancement of the Relationship Between IEEE and Industry Award” for longstanding and significant contributions to technical committee activities, standards and guides representing the electric power industry.

2019 Future CitiesĀ  Albany – Results

Section Volunteers Harsh Dinesh [Student Activities Chair] and Greg Watson [Computer Society Chair] participated as special awards judges in the future cities event held at Sage College on 12 Jan 2019.

This Year’s Theme was: Powering our Future – ‘Excellence in Energy Efficiency Applications’

The projects were done by Middle School Students. There were a total of eight projects that were eligible for this award and Greg and myself had narrowed down two finalists that would be getting the award. The first was the ‘Everland’ project by the North Colonie School and the second was ‘Gran Ola’ by the St. Thomas school.

The Everland project idea was a town located in Iceland near an active volcano that harvested geothermal and hydro power with houses specifically made from gypsum. The ‘Gran Ola’ project involved a city powered by tidal, wind and solar energy and each building had an individual solar panels for self sustainability.