NCSLI - Chicago Section 1312 May 23, 2013
Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
Chicago Illinois Section Meeting
Thursday, May 23, 2013
NCSLI Chicago Section 1312 will hold a meeting on May 23, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (CT). The meeting will be hosted by the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. This section meeting is open to all NCSLI members and non-members at no cost. This meeting will cover multiple aspects of metrology education - from K-12 students, universities, metrology techncians, and your non-metrology co-workers. This meeting will have something for everybody, including those who don't nomrally attend NCSLI events. The line-up includes two speakers who won best paper awards at the 2012 NCSLI annual conference, and will include a live demonstration of the "laser-interferometer-in-a-pizza-box" from Dr. Hy Tran (Sandia National Lab). We will also have a chance to tour some of the labs at NIU.
Online registration is preferred but you may also call or email our contact person to register (see below). Please arrive on time, so we may start and end on schedule.
The deadline for registration is 12:00 PM (noon) May 20, 2013.
8:30 ~ 9:00 Check-in, NIU Engineering Building Rm 354
9:00 ~ 9:10 Welcome and Introductions ~ Jim Salsbury, Mitutoyo America Corporation, NCSLI 1312 Chicago Section Coordinator
9:10 ~ 9:30 Welcome and host presentation: Engineering Technology and
Metrology at NIU ~ Prof. Cliff Mirman, Chair, Engineering Technology, NIU
9:30 ~ 10:00 Metrology and 3rd Graders
~ Bob Mielke, Abbvie
10:00 ~ 10:20 Break and Networking
10:20 ~ 11:00 Educational Outreach Kit Based in Dimensional Metrology
~ Dr. Hy Tran, Sandia National Laboratories
11:00 ~ 11:30 Teaching Metrology Concepts to Your Non-Metrology Co-workers
~ Joe Petersen, Abbott Laboratories
11:30 ~ 12:15 Tour Still Hall (short walk) including Mitutoyo Metrology Lab
12:15 ~ 1:00 Lunch at Still Gym Rm 207, Lunch presentation: Engineering at NIU
~ Prof. Promod Vohra, Dean, College of Engineering, NIU
Return walk to Engineering Building
1:00 ~ 1:45 Adapting an Engineering Physics Measurements Laboratory to
Incorporate Metrology Concepts
~ Prof. Hal Evensen, Program Coordinator, Microsystems & Nanotechnology, University of Wisconsin-Platteville
1:45 ~ 2:00 Break and Networking
2:00 ~ 2:40 Training a Metrology Department Staff in the 21st Century - Getting
Your New and Seasoned Technicians on the Right Page
~ Jay Bucher, Bucherview Metrology Services
2:40 ~ 3:00 NCSLI news, Chicago Section planning, Door prizes
~ Jim Salsbury, Mitutoyo America Corporation, NCSLI 1312 Chicago
3:00 ~ 4:00 Tour Engineering Building labs, including Baxter Reliability Lab
From the East, take I-88 west and exit Annie Glidden Road. Continue north on Annie Glidden Road for 2.25 miles and turn right on Lucinda Avenue. Travel 3/4 mile and turn left onKishwaukee Drive. Enter the last parking lot on the right and obtain a parking ticket from attendant. From the Northwest, take I-39 south and exit east on I-88. Exit Annie Glidden Road and continue north on Annie Glidden Road for 2.25 miles and turn right on Lucinda Avenue. Travel 3/4 mile and turn left of Kishwaukee Drive. Enter the last parking lot on the right and obtain a parking ticket from attendant.
Parking will be available in the lot behind the Engineering Building, located off of Kishwaukee Drive. You will need to obtain a parking ticket when you arrive and an attendant will be in the lot to give them out.
If you wish to register via phone or email, please contact:
(630) 723 - 3620
2995 Wilderness Place, Suite 107, l Boulder Colorado 80301-5404
(303) 440-3339 l Fax: (303) 440-3384 l Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Salsbury, Chicago Illinois Section Coordinator
Phone: 630-723-3619 / email@example.com
Jody Glemza, Chicago Illinois Section Meeting Contact Person
Phone: 630-723-3620 / firstname.lastname@example.org
William Wright, Chicago Illinois Section Ambassador
Phone: 630-723-3622 / email@example.com
When & Where
NCSLI/Northern Illinois University
The College of Engineering & Engineering Technology (CEET) develops adaptable problem solvers capable and ready to solve the challenges of a dynamic and quickly changing world. Their students not only focus in the classroom, but also spend time working inside our many laboratories, where they learn to apply the complicated principles they learn in the classroom. This prepares each student for internships and research projects that most often translate to job opportunities immediately upon graduation.
CEET has more than 200 company presidents, CEO's, and senior executives among our alumni, and our alumni society (ETAS) directly impacts the instruction of our faculty. CEET understands that engineering professionals are constantly evolving, so we keep our finger on the pulse of change. Their classroom instruction is always current, and the majority of our faculty have business and industry experience.
CEET has 45 full-time faculty members, 96% of which hold doctoral degrees. Their faculty personally teach all undergraduate and graduate classes, so you'll learn from qualified, skilled professionals. Their classrooms are small and you'll benefit from the personal attention of your faculty members who know you by name and take a personal interest in your education and your life.