Electrostatic Instruments and Measurements

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Electrostatic Instruments and Measurements Tutorial (10:30 AM - 12:00 PM)

The IEEE Power and Energy Society / Industry Applications Society
Rochester Joint Chapter is proud to present
Prof. Mark Horenstein, Boston University, and
Prof. Maciej Noras, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

speaking electrostatic instruments and measurements.  

To attend this event, please register at:

2022 Joint Conference on Electrostatics - Tutorial Program



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  • Date: 12 Jun 2022
  • Time: 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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Those who register for the tutorial program will receive a link to the MS Teams meeting for this event. 

  • Hilton Charlotte University Place
  • 8629 JM Keynes Drive
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • United States 28262



  Speakers

Prof. Mark Horenstein Prof. Mark Horenstein of Boston University

Topic:

Electrostatic Instruments and Measurements

Electrostatic measurements enable discovery, technology development, product commercialization, and application problem solving. Understanding what is actually measured by electrostatic instruments enables us to properly interpret readings and gain insights.

The design of an electrostatic system, experiment, process or device often require the measurement of electric fields, potential, or charge. We begin our tutorial with a review of the basic principles and techniques of electrostatic measurements.

Biography:

Prof. Mark Horenstein received the S.B. and Ph.D. EE from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, and the M.S. EE from the University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley CA.

Prof. Horenstein, IEEE Fellow, has over 45 years of research and teaching experience at Boston University. He is widely published, author 3 books, published many peer reviewed publications, and served as the Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Electrostatics

Email:

Address:Boston University, , Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 02215

Prof. Maciej Moras Prof. Maciej Moras of University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Topic:

Electrostatic Instruments and Measurements

Electrostatic measurements enable discovery, technology development, product commercialization, and application problem solving. Understanding what is actually measured by electrostatic instruments enables us to properly interpret readings and gain insights.

After a review of the basic principles and techniques of electrostatic measurements, we continue with a hands-on demonstration of an  electrostatic fieldmeter, and electrostatic voltmeter, a Faraday cup, and resistance / resistivity measurements using a Keithley 6517 Electrometer. 

Biography:

Maciej A. Noras is an Associate Professor at the Dept. of Engineering Technology and Construction Management (ETCM), at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He received his MSc degree in Electrical Engineering from the Wroclaw University of Technology and Science (Wroclaw, Poland) in 1994. He completed the PhD degree in Engineering Science at the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, IL. in 2000,

Dr. Noras then joined Trek, Inc. In Lockport, NY where he worked as an R&D Engineer until 2007. His research focuses on detection and applications of electric fields, power electronics, energy harvesting, electric power monitoring, dielectric studies, as well as methods of signal processing and analysis.

Email:

Address:Charlotte, North Carolina, United States





Agenda

2022 Joint Conference on Electrostatics - Tutorial Program 

Electrostatic Instruments and Measurements (10:30 AM - 12:00 PM)
 
    Prof. Mark Horenstein, Boston University, and
     Prof. Maciej Noras, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

IEEE Power and Energy Society / Industry Applications Society