The Utah Society of Professional Engineers (USPE) has partnered with the Engineering Alumni Association at the University of Utah to host the 2019 Continuing Education Conference. Register for the conference using the form below.

Funding has been provided by the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing and the Engineer Education and GoEngineer at www.goengineer.com.

Details


Date: Saturday, May 4, 2019
Location: University of Utah, WEB LL104 & Catmull Gallery
Warnock Engineering Building
72 S Central Campus Dr.
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
Cost: Free Attendance
Credits: Attendees will receive 1 CE credit for each hour of presentations attended
(PDH’s available)
Lunch: $10.00 at the door; USPE members eat free

Registration


House number and street name or PO Box.
Apartment, Suite, etc.
Please enter the university or school from which you graduated.
Each tour counts toward 1 hour of continuing education credit.

Agenda


The schedule below may change prior to the event; please watch for an updated agenda.

7:00 am Order of the Engineer Ceremony
(Ring cost and separate registration required to participate)
8:00 am Project Management Essentials
Angela Trego
9:00 am How to Sleep at Night – Layer of Protection Analysis
Dan Martin
10:00 am Implementation of Renewable Power Equipment
Mike Van Voorhis
11:00 am A UAV Bringing Boyle’s Law, Lithium Batteries and RADAR Together
Doug Datwyler
Noon LUNCH – Free for active NSPE/USPE members $10 for non-members
1:00 pm TBD
2:00 pm TBD
3:00 pm TBD
4:00 pm
Chemical Engineering Innovation Lab
This teaching lab combines the “internet of things” with a Maker Space
Civil Engineering Traffic Lab Tour
The Traffic Lab a Traffic Operations Center. With equipment, software, hardware, and communications infrastructure
Nanofabrication Lab
Nano-Scale Fabrication, Surface Analysis and Industrial Process Design
Natural History Museum Solar Panel Electrical Plant
Solar panel viewing and electrical room overview
Nuclear Engineering TRIGA Reactor
Utah TRIGA Reactor used for Nuclear Medicine and Space Research