Chattanooga Engineers Club
Meeting Notices - 2005



January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December



January

3
Northwest Georgia Regional Waste Water TreatmentTerry Reynolds, ARCADIS
10
Changes in Signal Mountain Storm Water Run OffSam Powell & Bill Wagner, Signal Mountain
17
No Meeting - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
24
Igniting Interest In Science in the Elementary YearsErica Thornburg, Girls, Inc.
31
Plant Tour of Southern Champion TrayAl Tallent, Southern Champion Tray


February

7
Steel - The Cold, Hard Facts About a Red-Hot Commodity Nelson Burger, Siskin Steel
14
thedowntownPlan C H A T T A N O O G A 2025Karen Hundt, Director of Planning & Design Studio, Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency
23
(Wed.) Engineers Week Luncheon at Trade CenterDavid Magee
28
How to Design a Display that will Grab and Hold a Child's AttentionBobbe Spink, Montessori School


March

7
NASA Science Program for Elementary EducationDebbie Rosenow, Jamelie Kangles, & Souyna Goss, Battle Academy
14
Eastern Interconnect Phasor Project--Responding To Recommendations After A BlackoutMike Ingram, TVA
21
Compressed Air Is Versatile And Convenient But It Is One Of Industry's Most Expensive Energy SourcesArt Stavrum and Scott Kultau, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Chattanooga Air Center
28
Robotics’ Role in the MilitaryDon Jones, Mesa Robotics, Inc., Madison, AL


April

4
Comparison of Traditional and Distance Education Delivery Outcomes for an Engineering Statics CourseWes Hines, UTK
11
Electron Microscopes Can Characterize Nanomaterials at Sub-Angstrom ResolutionDr. Larry Allard, ORNL
18
Nanotechnology In Medicine or Very Tiny ThingsDr. Robert Berglund, Chattanooga Heart Institute
25
PillCam: A Medical Diagnostic Camera So Small It's SwallowableBill Garner, Given Imaging, Inc., Norcross, GA


May

2
A Very Cool OvenDavid Mansbery, TMIO, Inc.
9
Aerodynamic Drag Reduction of Heavy VehiclesDr. David Whitfield, UTC SimCenter
16
Ozone and Fine ParticulatesErrol Reksten, Chattanooga Air Pollution Control Bureau
23
Mass Notification of Emergency ConditionsVic Humm, Safety Technology International, Inc.
30
No Meeting - Memorial Day.


June

6
Refining Coal for Energy Independence--production of liquid fuels and electricity for the Growing Demand of the USDale Bradshaw, Chief Technical officer for Advanced Coal Technology (ACT)
15
(Wed.) "National Safe Skies Alliance" Joint Meeting with Chattanooga Technology CouncilJeff Cornett, VP/COO of National Safe Skies Alliance
20
New Chattanooga State InitiativesDr. James L. Catanzaro
27
Sneak Preview of the Finalists for the 2005 Kruesi Innovation AwardJim Frierson


July

4
No Meeting - Independence Day.
11
Tour of a local manufacturer of medical equipment, a division of Encore Medical Corp.Chris Ramsay, Chattanooga Group
18
Innovation in Educating and Training a Competitive WorkforceBill Brock, Chairman of Bridges Learning Systems
25
UTC's New Graduate Program In Computational EngineeringDr. Roger Briley


August

1
Nuclear Reactor Systems for Space Propulsion and Power - Project PrometheusRon Porter, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
8
Low-Cost Battery-Less Sensors On High Voltage ConductorsJoe Graziano, Tennessee Valley Authority
15
Engineering Hurdles and Highlights of the Riverwalk DevelopmentMike Howard, Hamilton County Engineer
22
Power System Developments in China (Joint with IEEE PES)Dr. Mo-Shing Chen, Professor Emeritus from University of Texas at Arlington
29
Where Did All Those Old Tires Go?Fred Weinhold, GreenMan Technologies, Inc.


September

9
Network Sniffing for Fun and Profit - Tools and ExamplesMike Harrison, GeekLabs
12
Today's New Technology in the Trucking IndustryMarty Fletcher, U.S. Xpress, Inc.
19
Challenge 2005 Ocean OdysseyEd Chapin
26
21st Century Nuclear Power PlantDan Ingersoll, ORNL


October

3
Stereopsis - 3D Image Generation and ViewingDr. Clint Smullen, UTC
10
Automated Wide-Area SurveillanceDon Campbell, VistaScape Security Systems
17
Too Much Data, Not Enough InformationPaul J. Wolff, PhD, WolffWare, Ltd.
24
Electrodynamic Tether and Other Space Propulsion Systems Les Johnson, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
31
Volunteers In Medicine - New Free Medical Clinic in ChattanoogaBarbara Weinhold, Clinic Director


November

7
Chattanooga’s New Wind Tower Manufacturing PlantWalter Thompson, Aerisyn Inc.
14
Post-Hurricane Investigation of Locks and Control Structures in South Louisiana and New OrleansPeter S. Zimmerman, P.E., P.G, ARCADIS
21
Lessons Learned by the National Transportation Safety BoardJames Evan Hall, Hall & Associates, LLC
28
Gifts to Save LivesVic Humm, Safety Technology International, Inc.


December

5
Engineering the Fight Against CrimeLt. Ken Phillips, Chattanooga Police Department
12
Renaissance Park PlansMayor Ron Littlefield
19
No Meeting.
26
No Meeting.