CEE

Morelos, México  |  World Trade Center  | 25 - 27  May, 2021

Technical Tutorials

CEE 2021

Convención de Electricidad y Energía 2021

The technical tutorials offered in the CEE 2021 Convention are short and will break down in more detail the trend of each topic of the "Call for Papers". A certificate signed by the Instructor and the Organizing Committee will be granted. There will be capacity for 20 people and the use of HW is not included. In the case of the SW, if necessary, it will be granted with a temporary license during the training.


The technical tutorials will include snacks during the development of each one and two coffe breaks for networking with the Instructor.

Confirmed Tutorials

Oil

Transformation

Title:

"Safety recommendations in oil installations"


Instructor:

Estellito Rangel Junior


Bio:

Electrical engineer from the Veiga de Almeida University (1978), due to his experience on complying with the high safety requirements of the Oil & Gas sector, he was invited to join Technical Groups that develop standards as IEC 60079 series, API RP-505, IEEE 1349, and several ABNT standards. He is a consultant on electrical installations' design review; elaboration of hazardous area classification plan, (due to flammable gases and combustible dusts); and on conducting safety audits related with technical and legal regulatory requirements. In the Brazilian Oil Company Petrobras, he was responsible for engineering design, construction, maintenance and technical assistance for onshore and offshore petroleum installations. He also authored more than 140 technical articles, published in international magazines.

Engineering Consultant

Petrochemical Industry Specialist

Wednesday 26

Smart Cities, IoT & Data Centers

Title:

"BlockChain

Introduction and Applications"


Instructor:

Francisco C. Poujol Galván


Bio:

Graduated from University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Has a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Has worked as a research engineer since 1986. He was a project leader in the developed a computer system for dynamic analysis of rotating equipment of the power generation industry. He collaborated in the development of SCADAs for electric substations in CFE, was co-author for the IEC-61850 profile in CFE-Distribution. Collaborated in the development of a system to assess reliability of critical equipment in powers plants. Additionally worked at the national refining Industry, he developed the engineering for a system to assess the energy utilization at a refining complex, and he is the author and coauthor of several international articles.

Researcher in

Enabling Technologies Division

Thursday 27

Distribution Facilities: Substations, Lines and Cables.

Title:

"Electrical Substations Maintenance"


Instructor:

Enrique Tejera


Bio:

Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Panama in 1981 and Master in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1983. 
Professional with extensive experience in the design, operation and maintenance of power systems including generation and T&D. Electromechanical Engineer with proven track record of success in large-scale project management, consulting services, power system analysis, including systems studies, project management, budgets, contracts and technical specifications.

High Voltage Section Manager, Energy Division, Panamá Canal Authority

Wednesday 26

Nuclear

Power Systems

Title:

"Role of electrical systems in nuclear safety"


Instructor:

Omar F. Fajardo Pineda


Bio:

Born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on January 15, 1972. He received his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Honduras 1996. He completed a PhD's degree in Electrical Engineering at the Electric Energy Institute in 2008, San Juan, Argentina. From 2005 to 2008 he worked as electrical project manager at ICSA Automation, Mendoza Province, Argentina. During this time, he collaborated in projects related to technological solutions in the areas of automation, communications and electrical protection systems for generation plants and substations. From 2008 to 2015 he was part of the team of technicians who commissioned the Atucha 2 nuclear power plant, specifically in charge of control systems and electrical protections. Currently, he is Head of Electrical Division for Long Term Operation (LTO) Project at Atucha 1 nuclear power plant.

Currently the head of electrical division for LTO Project in Atucha 1, the oldest nuclear power plant of Latin America. The current challenge is to modernize the plant's electrical system so that it can extend its useful life by 25 more years.

Head of Electrical Division for LTO Project

Nucleoeléctrica Argentina SA (NASA)

Wednesday 26

Are you interested in registering?

If you have any questions, contact CEE 2021 about Technicals Tutorials send email at tutorials@electricityconvention.org or fill out the form on the right


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* Convention Rescheduled from 2020 to 2021 on the Status of Global Health Restrictions