Power industry conferences are like Match.com for GEARED engineering students. A short video from DistribuTECH 2018 features three GEARED students and how industry conferences are a real eye-opener.
Caroline Kamm, a senior at the University of Central Florida (UCF), is pursuing not one but two Bachelor of Science degrees: one in electrical engineering and one in mechanical engineering. Kamm credits FEEDER and GEARED for offering a wide variety of power systems and renewable energy courses that are preparing her to take her rightful place in today's power systems engineering workforce.
In just three years, GEARED engineering students and faculty have become part of the DistribuTECH community. Once again, Teresa Hansen, editor in chief, PennWell, welcomed GEARED students and faculty at DistribuTECH 2018 and invited conference attendees to meet their future…
For the second year in a row, GEARED students and faculty are readying for DistribuTECH 2018, the annual conference of the electric utility industry, January 23-25, 2018 in San Antonio. The large gathering of power systems professionals at DistribuTECH connects GEARED…
For the second year, IREC is calling for both GEARED and non-GEARED students to submit posters for the GEARED student poster session at DistribuTECH Conference 2018, January 23-25 San Antonio. Deadline to submit has been extended to November 27.
For the third year, IREC puts out our annual Call for Posters for the GEARED student poster session at DistribuTECH Conference 2018, January 23-25 San Antonio. GEARED students will showcase their research on power systems, smart grid and distributed technology…
In October 2016, the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative hosted a peer review to discuss and evaluate the progress of the GEARED program.
For the fourth summer, 35 graduate and undergraduate engineering students from FEEDER's consortium of 12 universities experienced first-hand how power engineering goes from classroom to real-world. This year's summer workshop was the largest since the program began in 2014. FEEDER stands for Foundations for Engineering Education for Distributed Energy Resources.
An innovative curriculum sharing model from the GEARED Initiative's FEEDER consortium (Foundations for Energy Engineering for Distributed Energy Resources) is launching today’s power systems engineering students and faculty into completely new learning frontiers.
Engineering firm Siemens has invested $750,000 to open a small but highly wired classroom at the University of Central Florida to teach students how to run a digital grid.