IEEE Reliability Society Newsletter     Vol. 56, No. 2. May 2010

Table of Content

Front page:
President's Message

From the Editor

Society News:
Stay Connected With Your Reliability Society: Facebook, Yahoo Groups and LinkIn

AdCom Elections: Call for Nominations

Awards: Call for Nominations

Feature Article:
Security and Fault Tolerance-
a Cmap

Chapter Activities:
Dallas Chapter

Joint Boston, New Hampshire, Providence Chapter

Denver Chapter

Cleveland Chapter

Technical Activities:
Annual Technology Report

Prognostic Health Management Conference -
Announcement and Call for Papers

IEEE SmartGrid Conference
Call for Papers

Green Technology Reliability Seminar

Safety & Reliability Workshop

Maxim Resource Library

Security and Privacy Magazine: Call for Papers

Distinguished Lecturer Program:

Call for RS
Distinguished Lecturers

Reliability Society Home

RS Newsletter Homepage


Green Technology Reliability Seminar
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
DLi Labs at 3201 Industrial Terrace #120 in North Austin
Or Via Webinar at:  ???




1:00  -  Registration Begins

1:05  -  Open House and Informal Tours

2:00  -  Welcome and Introductions

2:05  -  Quick Overview of Ops A La Carte, DfR Solutions, and DLi Labs

2:30  -  "Reliability Challenges in the Green Revolution,"  

              Mike Silverman, Ops A La Carte Reliability Consultants,  Santa Clara CA

3:00  -  "TBD,"  Nathan Reddy,  Polycom,  Austin TX       

3:30  -  Break & Networking 

3:45  -  "Reliability Challenges for Solar Microinverters,"  

              Paul Parker,  SolarBridge Technologies,  Austin TX 

4:15  -  "Accelerated Environmental Stress Testing in the PV World,"  

              Dr. David Dumbleton,  Atlas Material Testing Technologies,  Chicago IL 

4:45  -  Panel Discussion:  Silverman,  Reddy,  Parker,  Dumbleton 

5:45  -  Closing Remarks 

6:00  -  More Networking



Registration:   RSVP to Bob Baker at: 

Cost:   There is no charge for this event


Event Location:


DLi Labs at 3201 Industrial Terrace #120 in North Austin

near intersection of North Mopac and US-183 west of Burnet Road