IEEE PES Day Celebrations under Bangalore Chapter in 2019
2019 PES Day overview
In April 22, 2008, the Power Engineering Society changed its name to the Power & Energy Society after a final vote from the PES membership. The past 2018 IEEE PES President Wanda Reder made the announcement at the 2008 IEEE PES Transmission and Distribution Conference in Chicago, Illinois. This name change was motivated by the notion that the Power Engineering Society name did not properly describe the scope of interest in which the PES was involved. Further, it was determined that a new name would more precisely designate the areas of PES involvement. Therefore, the Power& Energy Society name would be more appropriate and attractive to all participants in the industry involved in the electric energy field.
The 2nd PES Day will celebrate 10 years of new PES name. The PES Day goal will be engage the PES volunteers with PES history and 5 PES pillars of the “More Power to the Future” vision:
1) Advancing global participation;
2) Educating the Future Workforce;
3) Industry Activity Trends;
4) Standards Leadership;
5) Participating in Regulatory Initiatives;
The PES day theme will be “More Power to the Future”.
IEEE PES Day date
Though the PES Day falls on 22nd April, 2019, celebrations will be organized all over the globe throughout the Month of April.
The 2nd PES Day logo focuses on the current challenges we’re facing of providing More Power and Gender Equality to the Future.
PES Day Celebration by Bangalore Chapter
IEEE PES UVCE Student Branch Chapter (SBC34411A) Celebrated PES day on 24th April 2019 by organizing Tech-Talk on Real Time Simulation- Smart Grid by Dr. Shravana Kumar Musunuri, Technology Leader and Mr. Bhisvajith from OPAL-RT India which was attended by 45 members/non-members
Global Academy of Technology SBC15126A
Event name: PES Day Celebration
Event Description: IEEE Student Branch Chapter of Global Academy of
Technology the following events
Tech Know(Technical Quiz Competition)
War Of Words(Debate Competition) on the topic “Will Robots reduce
Human employment in the future”
Technical Talk by Dr.M.S.Suresh (Retired ISRO Scientist) on “Ethics
Technical Talk by Dr.B.A.Patil (Director–R&D Think and Ink
Education and research foundation Bangalore)on“Best Jobs and
Research Opportunities for Engineering Students”
# of People attended:160 (38 IEEE members and 122 NON-IEEE MEMBERS)
VVCE IEEE PES Student Chapter, SBC63251A.
Technical Talk on ‘Energy Storage for Future Grids’:
Going with the theme for PES Day ‘More Power To The Future’, Dr.Kannan Tinnium from PRDC, Bangalore addressed all the PES Members and aspiring juniors about the benefits of joining IEEE PES followed by the talk on the above mentioned topic. It has inspired many to work on Energy Storage, since the topic is not much spoken about here.
Number of people attended: 90
In this event the participants were given a problem statement. The participants had to come with a solution for it in the form of a ‘Waterfall’ type of flowchart and draw it on chart paper and present the same. They were judged based on the chart they prepared along with their presentation skills
Number of people attended: 16
Robo-Iris: This event was a line following robot competition, the participants had to get their line following robots and the robots had to follow the track which was in the shape of ‘PES Day’. They were judged based on time taken to transverse the track, number of times they had to reset the robot and the design of the robot.
Number of people attended: 14
Barcamp: This was an informal talk with the topic ‘More Power to the Future and Gender Equality’. Participants had the choice of talking about More Power to the Future or Gender Equality or both.
Number of people attended: 40