IEEE R4 Medium Section Upcoming Meetings
OT/IT CONVERGENCE IN POWER INDUSTRY
North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) has established the compliance process for auditing the critical infrastructure protection (CIP) for substations and power control centers. Since 2006 the establishment of vulnerability assessment has been promoted in cyber assets. In a more recent development of cybersecurity planning for operational technology (OT) network, an anomaly detection framework is encouraged by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for power utilities using commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) systems. This framework can be based on a wide range of technological innovations to ensure proper cybersecurity system deployment. In this seminar I will review some of the critical components of substation technologies, the lifecycle of software systems, and the necessary coordination between power engineers and IT personnel within an organization of a utility.
Date and Time
- Date: 13 May 2021
- Time: 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM
- All times are US/Central
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This will be a Zoom webinar. Please provide contact information when you register for the webinar so that we may contact you with the Zoom meeting details.
- Northeastern Wisconsin Section
Dr. Aurenice Oliveira
- Starts 05 May 2021 12:00 PM
- Ends 13 May 2021 05:00 PM
- All times are US/Central
- No Admission Charge
IEEE-Madison Section: "Data Center Modularity and Energy Efficiency"
- Thursday, May 27th at 12:00 Noon
- Virtual Talk
On-Line (Link will be emailed from your registration information)
- Please Register at the IEEE-Madison event page.
- Sponsored by IEEE-Madison Section
1. Status and examples of modularity in building construction
2. Status and examples of modularity in data centers
3. Energy efficiency (utilizing Liquid Cooling) in data centers
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Joe has formulated the key factors that differentiate successfully executed projects from the lackluster. Successful projects have engaged people that act as a cohesive team. A team that values transparent communication, creates an integrated & collaborative environment, and has a singular focus on value-adding execution. These teams also adopt learning and professional growth through evidenced-based, data driven continuous improvement.
For over 10 years, the integration of technology into the program/project lifecycle has been a major focus for Joe. He is an innovator in using technology to improve production, quality and team communications while reducing waste, cost and time on a project. This technology-driven approach is the platform that enables his teams to provide excellence through concept, design, construction and operations, while minimizing the loss of knowledge and data throughout the process.