Course Updates for Fall 2010

Oklahoma was certainly a welcoming place as we held our first two courses of the fall season there. We thank our hosts for their hospitality and for setting up the two courses. And thanks for the barbecue and salsa lunches! Yum! The one thing that the instructors forgot was to take a picture, so we will make do with Dr. Gutierrez’ mug as our graphic for this blog. Ratings and comments on the courses are as follows:

  • Dynamic Simulation Analysis and Applications Course, Aug 17-19, 2010 – rated overall 4.0 our of 5.0. Comments:
    • “I am glad that had the opportunity to go through this. Examples were very good.”
    • “As a new Planning Engineer, class was very imformative.”
    • “Moises was very personable and explained questions from class to clarify topics.”
    • “Moises – very knowledgeable and friendly!”
  • Applications in Voltage Stability, Aug 24-26, 2010 – rated overall 4.9 out of 5.0. Comments:
    • “Another very helpful course for engineers that are new to transmission planning.”
    • “Talk more stuff that is relative to the neighboring utilities.”

The rest of the season’s course lineup, all scheduled for Albany, New York, is as follows:

  • Sept 21-23, 2010 – HVDC Transmission Analysis and Applications Course
  • Oct 19-21, 2010 – Applications in Wind Power Interconnection Course
  • Nov 2-4, 2010 – Aspects of Underground Power Cable Systems Course (limited seats)
  • Nov 16-18, 2010 – Power Flow Analysis and Applications Course
  • To sign up, visit the registration site! Or click here to to view the Fee Schedule.