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2024 E-Week Soiree: An Awards & Scholarship Celebration
Chattanooga Chapter of the Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers
The Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers Chattanooga Chapter is pleased to announce the 2024
E-Week Soiree: An Awards & Scholarship Celebration. You are invited to join us at the Songbirds
Guitar & Pop Culture Museum on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, from 6 to 9 o’clock with heavy hors d’oeuvres.
The 2024 E-Week Awards and annual Scholarships by ASCE and TSPE will be presented at 7 pm.
This social event is in lieu of the traditional sit-down banquet. We hope by
socializing and spend time with our fellow professionals, we can truly celebrate our profession, amazing professionals and our companies during Engineers Week.
Location: Songbirds Guitar & Pop Culture Museum
Date: February 21, 2024
Time: 6-9 p.m. Check-In begins at 5:30 pm.
Tickets: $35 plus tax and fees through Eventbrite.
Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be available at 6 pm and throughout the event.
A cash bar is available for those who wish to partake.
Menu for the Evening:
Check-In: Begins at 5:30 pm until 6 pm.
Please enjoy the Songbirds Guitar & Pop Culture Museum while attending the event. There are multiple collections and displays.
Soiree: 6 pm until 9 pm
Mingle, socialize and enjoy. Welcome by Mark Harrison, Chair, 2024 TSPE Planning Committee at 6 pm.
Awards & Scholarship Presentations: 7 pm
Presentation of E-Week Awards and Scholarship Presentations by ASCE & TSPE.
Address: 206 W. Main Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408
Parking: On-street pay parking is available, as well as several pay lots.
In the world of maintenance and industrial production, operations are continuing to transform as maintenance professionals are pushed to “digitally transform” and become more data driven. The ultimate goal is to execute effective condition-based maintenance, maximize asset reliability and avoid catastrophic failure, but how is this effectively accomplished? Explore how Industry 4.0 is enabling digital transformation decision-making and the role played by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), robotics, how the numerous existing sensor data can be used sensibly with connectivity, and how all of this leads to reliable control.
The Automation, Maintenance, & Reliability Summit is aimed at plant, production, and manufacturing managers, as well as safety engineers, technical specialists, automation specialists, design/development managers, and system integrators.
$35 to attend in person.
visit Smart Factory/Peaker Performance for more details and updates.
GPS Tracking Control
Intersection of Engineering Dynamics & Control System Design
Speaker: Dan Robinson, Ph.D., PE
Staff Control Engineer
John Deere Intelligent Solutions Group
lunch provided (please register!)
This is a joint meeting of CEC and ASME
SAVE THE DATE!!
The Chattanooga Engineers Club will launch a year-long celebration of its 100th Anniversary with a kickoff event on Monday, March 25th at the Challenger Learning Center and the UTC Engineering building.
Participants will be given a tour of the Tennessee STEM Challenger Center from 4-6pm. The thirty-five Challenger Centers located through the United States are hands on laboratories with the mission of igniting a passion for STEM in the next generation of leaders and innovators. Established to honor the lost crew of the space shuttle Challenger and to keep their educational mission alive, over 6 million K-9th grade students have participated in hands-on Earth & Space Science, Engineering, Life Science and Physical Science “missions”. The Chattanooga Challenger Center was one of the first to open, and it celebrates thirty years of operations in 2024.
The tours will include hors d’oeuvres, soft drinks and a visit with guest host Mike Holman, PE. Mr. Holman served as Senior Manager for Northrop Grumman’s strategic NASA launch vehicle programs including the Space Launch System for the Artemis I mission. As Safety and Mission Assurance Chief Engineer he brings a fascinating perspective on the Challenger space shuttle.
Following the tour, participants are encouraged to walk across the street to the UTC Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science Building. Starting at 6:30pm in the Benwood Foundation Auditorium a presentation will be given by TVA Senior Vice President for Power Operations, Jacinda Woodward, discussing the past and future engineering in the Tennessee Valley.
Tickets to cover food (at the Challenger Center) and parking will be $25. If you attend the presentation only the fee is $5 for parking. A registration link will be sent soon.