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The smart grid, power and energy, and environmental concerns are foremost with both the IEEE and the general public. The BV Section is planning a fall event around this hot new business and technology opportunity.
This is a planning session for a fall 2011 conference featuring vendors, technical speakers, and major utilities. Please come to this meeting to share your ideas for the fall event.
When: 6:30pm refreshements, 7pm planning session
Where: Thousand Oaks Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
RSVP: Yesenia Illescas, email@example.com, or Bridge Carney, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sampling is used in procurement, incoming inspections, audits, lot release
decisions etc. This seminar explains how sampling plans work (going beyond the
Acceptable Quality Level/Limit). We will see how sampling plans support confidence
statements on the quality of products being sampled. Finally we will see how you can
choose the optimum plan for your situation. Topics will include representative
sampling, AQL, RQL, LTPD, Confidence statements, consumers’ risk producers’ risk
and operating characteristic curves. The presentation will be informal with Q and A
About the Speaker
John Haury earned his PhD in Biology from Harvard University. He has worked
in the processed food industry and in biotech and classic pharma businesses. He now
has an applied-stats consulting business. He has supported above-mentioned industries
as well as IT departments and medical device companies. His consulting
(www.applied-stats.com) focuses on industrial stats to stabilize processes
(validate/verify), optimize measurement systems and product characteristics in addition
to risk analysis and mitigation.
IEEE Power & Energy Society
Buenaventura Section Meeting for May 17, 2011 has been rescheduled.
Due to a scheduling conflict the next PES meeting will be held on June 7, 2011.
For upcoming event information visit us online or contact us at:
Contact: Yesenia Illescas
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, May 14 and 15, 2011
Time: 9am-5pm both days
Admission and parking are free
This popular event celebrates JPL’s accomplishments with exhibits and demonstrations about the Laboratory’s ongoing research and space exploration. Many of the Lab’s scientists and engineers are on hand to answer questions about how spacecraft are sent to other planets, how scientists utilize space technologies to explore Earth and how researchers are searching for planets beyond the solar system.
The following items are not permitted at this NASA/JPL Event: weapons, explosives, incendiary devices, dangerous instruments, alcohol, illegal drugs, pets, segways, and all types of skates including skateboards. No bags, backpacks or ice chests are allowed, with the exception of small purses and diaper bags.
Your entry on NASA/JPL property constitutes your agreement that you, your vehicles and your personal belongings are subject to inspection.
JPL is located at 4800 Oak Grove Drive in Pasadena, off the 210 (Foothill) Freeway at the Berkshire Avenue/Oak Grove Drive exit. Parking is available near the Oak Grove main gate and the eastern boundary of JPL, accessible from Windsor Avenue via the Arroyo Boulevard exit off the 210 Freeway.
Public Services Office
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Mail Stop 186-113
Pasadena, CA 91109