The future engineers of the electric power industry who are enrolled and studying at colleges and universities will have an opportunity to present papers they have prepared under the supervision of a sponsoring professor. Each university is invited to submit its best student paper on any topic related to new developments in power delivery and operations.
The participating student and author of each paper is required to be either an undergraduate or graduate student at the time of the conference. The papers and presentations will be judged and evaluated by a panel of engineers from the industry and higher learning.
A special collegiate luncheon from 11:30 am - 1 p.m. and job fair from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. are scheduled for Wednesday, April 21. Student Poster Sessions are scheduled on Tuesday, April 20, between 12 and 2 pm in the Exposition Hall (Hall F). Both of these activities will provide an excellent opportunity for students to network with industry professionals as well as other students.
Students are reminded that conference badges will be required for all conference functions including entry into the exhibit area. Watch for further information in the upcoming Technical Program which is due to be issued in the near future.
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