Partnership for Global Sustainability (PGS) Virtual Technical Interchange Meetings
October 28, 2020
The Partnership for Global Sustainability is a global network of public and private organizations and individuals that works at the nexus between the space and aerospace sectors and terrestrial sustainability challenges. We develop, implement and share sustainability practices and technologies, foster dialogue and collaborative projects, and hold an annual workshop and periodic technical interchange meetings.
The purpose of the PGS is to collaborate on global sustainability efforts:
- Foster dialogue and collaborative work among participants to increase the amount and value of sustainability-focused projects on a global scale.
- Create, and implement Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs) throughout the year on Sustainability Issues.
- Plan and execute an annual “International Workshop for Global Sustainability”, actively attended and supported by visionaries and leaders in the area of global sustainability initiatives, and on-going efforts which will lead to collaborative projects.
AFRL Nuclear Explosion Monitoring Technical Interchange Meetings
January 28, 2020 to January 30, 2020
AFRL supports AFTAC in all facets of R&D relevant to explosion monitoring, including source physics, event processing, signal / ray processing. TIM convenes AFRL research contractors (e.g. universities, Los Alamos Natl Lab, Sandia Natl Lab, Dept of State, DTRA, Foreign AFTAC equivalents (France, Britain, Norway) to give technical presentations followed by extensive dialog and AFTAC feedback.
Florida Tech Doctoral Candidate Showcase
The Doctoral Candidate Showcase provides a forum to recognize and celebrate the outstanding work, achievements, discovery, and contributions made by our Professors and their Doctoral Students. The mission of the College of Engineering and Science at Florida Tech is to educate and challenge students in the basics of rigorous engineering and scientific theory, ethics, and practice, as well as to expand collective knowledge through novel research, discovery, and entrepreneurship integrated with that education. Our Showcase aligns exactly with this mission, and we are enthusiastic and proud of how our faculty and students engage and answer relevant and challenging questions from numerous industry partners and government agencies.
Siemens Regional User Group (RUG) Meeting
October 24, 2019
Regional User Group (RUG) meetings are organized by Siemens PLM and designed to encourage user community networking by creating a forum for various topics of interest specific to a region and its members. Topics of focus are related to Siemens PLM technologies, applications, features and advancements. Experts from Siemens, solution partners, system integrators, customers and end users all come together to share and discuss the latest and greatest in industry trends and the PLM space from the previous year.
RUG meetings offer attendees:
- User-to-user networking
- Free hands-on product training
- User presentations
- Access to top experts and live product demos at sponsor booths