Mike will be attending ASCE’s 6th Congress on Forensic Engineering in San Francisco, CA, October 31 through November 3, 2012 (http://content.asce.org/conferences/forensics2012/index.html), where he will offer a presentation based on the paper he authored entitled Study of Residential Damages in Coastal North Carolina from Hurricane Irene. The Congress will attract engineers and forensic specialists from around the world, with presentations on numerous damage, failure, evaluation, and reconstruction topics. Copies of the proceedings will be available for purchase from ASCE Press (http://ascelibrary.org/proceedings) after the Congress. Mike is a member of the Congress Steering Committee, as well as a Track Chair, and he will moderate sessions at the Congress. He is the outgoing Chair of ASCE’s Technical Council on Forensic Engineering, the technical group that organized the Congress.
Electrical Engineering Course Completion
Rob attended a two-day seminar presented by SEM-Train covering Electrical Engineering principles and concepts for non-Electrical Engineers. Covered topics include current, voltage, inductance, capacitance, impedance, diodes, transistor, movs, and circuit analysis with...