Chattanooga Engineers Club
Meeting Notices - 2003



January

February

March

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May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December



January

6
Rocket Science - The Past and Exiting Future of Space Propulsion Brad Carlson, NASA
13
Broadcasting Goes Digital Louis Lee, Channel 12 News
20
No Meeting in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day .
27
Homeland Security: Biological Preparedness Marti Smith, Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department


February

3
Technology and the City of Chattanooga: the Vision, Goals, and Strategies Amy Walker Cherry, Mayor Bob Corker's office
10
Nanotechnology - Science at the molecular level Jim Roberto, ORNL
17
E-Week Luncheon Roger Briley, Professor UTC Simcenter
24
Control Logic Model for Data Intense Environments Tony Wheeler, Wheeler & Associates


March

3
The Sun - A very close look at our nearest star Mitzi Adam, NASA - Marshall Space Flight Center
10
Removing Hazardous Waste from Chattanooga Carrie Hunt and Marty Bourquin, WR Grace & Co.
17
Chemical Warfare Donald C. Thomas, PE, Consulting Engineer
24
Update on Diamond Chemical Vapor Deposition Technology Dale Bradshaw, TVA - Power Delivery Technologies
31
Tour of Astec Inc.'s Asphalt Equipment Manufacturing Plant Tour Guide, Beth Brock, Astec Inc.


April

7
Locomotive Restoration Mark Ray, Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
14
Teen Driver Safety ProgramPaul D. Snyder, DuPont
21
UTC Senior Engineering Design Projects First Team: Keither Perry, Sam Hamrick, et al; Next team: Chris Ford & Keither Perry
28
Six Sigma - A focus on Quality Barry Totten, Y-12 National Security Complex, Oak Ridge


May

5
R&D Solutions for Power Delivery Issues Mike Ingram, Tennessee Valley Authority
12
Technologies to Enhance Learning Fred Carr, Hamilton County School System
19
A Look at Chattanooga's New Downtown Development PlanJack Benson, City Commissioner
26
No Meeting - In observance of Memorial Day-


June

2
The New Economy Institute - Helping Local Industries Produce High-tech Products Dr. Greg Sedrick
9
Design of the Trade Center Renovations -Combining Energy Efficiency with Ambiance Ray Boaz, Derthick, Henley & Wilkerson
16
Presentation of a Winning Science Fair Project Daniel Gruwell
23
Valuable Lessons Learned in Environmental Management Warren Behlau, TVA
30
Tour of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Training Facility Jan Griffin


July

7
The Next Generation Orbiting Space Telescope Marshall Space Flight Center
14
Supercomputers - Their Design and Application Thomas Zacharia, Director of ORNL's Computational Science
21
Managing the Flood of 2003 Greg Lowe, TVA's Reservoir Operations
28
Garbage! - How Much More Can We Take? Damon Riggs, ARCADIS


August

4
The History of Flight:
From the Wright Brothers to the International Space Station
Bob Jaques - Historian, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC)
11
Biomass, Bioenergy and Biobased Products Mark Downing, ORNL Environmental Sciences Division
18
The International Space Station Lanny Upton, NASA (MSFC)
25
Internet II - Awesome Speed and Immense Possibilities Dr. Clinton Smullen, UTC


September

1
No meeting in observance of Labor Day-
8
Hybrid Lighting Jeff Muhs, ORNL Engineering Science and Technology Division
15
Responsible Use of the Internet in Education Dr. Aniekan Ebiefung, UTC
22
EducationEQUATION – Education’s new formula on the web Laura Tew (Arch) and Ed Colucci (TVA)
29
A Tour of UTC's New Engineering, Math, and Computer Science Building Dr. Phil Kazemersky


October

6
Intellectual Properties Steve Stark, Miller & Martin
13
No meeting in observance of Columbus Day-
20
Working In Space - History of Skylab Bob Jaques, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
27
Creating Wealth through Technology Greg Laudeman, GA Tech, Economic Development Institute


November

3
Tennessee Interbasin Water Transfer Issue Update Dr. Richard Urban, Tenn. Dept. of Conserv. & Environment; Dr. James Cunningham, UTC; Dr. Charles Bohac, TVA
10
Lego Competition Update Ed Chapin, Technology Management Associates
17
Alabama Water Issues Trey Glenn, Director, Office of Water Resources Div., Alabama Dept. of Economic and Community Affairs
24
Remotely Controlled Laboratory at UTC Dr. James Henry, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga


December

1
Farming Goes High Tech Mark Downing, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
5
Christmas PartyAt Stone Fort Inn
8
Keeping the Lights on in a Post-Blackout World Terry Boston, Tennessee Valley Authority
15
No Further Programs This YearSpeaker