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    Travelling Tesla exhibit, Nov 11-16 Vancouver BC
    Posted on Monday, November 13, 2006 @ 18:02:31 GMT by vlad

    General Thanks to Mark Goldes and Jeane Manning for this news (via Bill Beaty): From: William Beaty
    Subject: [Vo]: Travelling Tesla exhibit, Nov 11-16 Vancouver BC / Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2006 13:52:06 -0800 (PST)

    Nikola Tesla's Wonderful World of Electricity
    Exhibition from the Nikola Tesla Belgrade Museum
    November 16 30, 2006

    BC Hydro Lobby/ 333 Dunsmuir Street/ Vancouver, BC, V6B 5R3

    Monday-Friday 9:00 am-7:00 pm/ Saturday, Sunday 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

    >Saturday, November 18, 2006, 12:00 pm
    >A traveling exhibition from the Nikola Tesla Museum, is shown in only 4
    >cities in the world: Perth, Vienna, Paris and Vancouver. The Exhibition,
    >under the technical sponsorship of IEEE Vancouver Section, will arrive to
    >Vancouver on November 14th and will be set up in the Foyer of the BC Hydro
    >Head Office which has been generously donated by BC Hydro.
    >To learn more about how you can Donate to enable this and other related
    >events commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Tesla's birth,
    >click HERE http://www.teslavancouver2006.com/Links.html
    >The exhibition will present the chronological events in Tesla
    > 1. Tesla's heritage and family (Gospic, Karlovac, Graz, Prague);
    > 2. Employment in Europe (Budapest, Paris, Strasburg)
    > 3. Early period of his work in USA
    > 4. Scientific contribution in various fields (power engineering,
    > communications, circuits, control systems, mechanical engineering)
    > 5. The most important Awards and Recognitions
    >The exhibition includes 55 panels 1m x 2m of reproduced photographs from
    >different segments of Tesla's life and work, four models of facilities and
    >plants, five working models of his inventions and three computer 3D
    >presentations of inventions.
    >The contents of models and 3D animations are as follows:
    >Facilities and Plant Models:
    > 1. Niagara Hydro Power Plant
    > 2. Colorado Springs Laboratory
    > 3. Long Island Laboratory
    > 4. Airplane with vertical take-off
    >Working Models (interactive):
    > 1. Induction motor with rotating egg
    > 2. Induction motor with disc rotor
    > 3. Tesla's Transformer
    > 4. Tesla's Pump
    > 5. Principle of operation of turbine and pump
    >3D computer animations:
    > 1. Tesla's Pump
    > 2. Tesla's Fan
    > 3. Airplane with vertical take-off
    >The official opening of the Traveling Exhibition is planned on November
    >18, 2006. The closing of the exhibition will be on November 30, 2006.
    >This friday at Simon Fraser U. is "International Tesla Day 2006" and
    >all-day symposium (registration required, $20, deadline Tues.)
    > Nikola Tesla: Celebrating the Legacy
    > http://tesla2006.irmacs.sfu.ca/
    > Schedule
    > Friday, November 17, 2006
    > the IRMACS Centre, Simon Fraser University
    > 1. 8:00 - 9:00 Registration and Coffee
    > 2. 9:00 - 9:30 Opening Remarks
    > 3. 9:30 - 10:30 Prof. Aleksandar Marincic, Serbian Acad of Sci
    > Nikola Tesla contribution to radio development
    > 4. 10:30 - 10:45 Coffee Break
    > 5. 10:45 - 11:45 Prof. Emeritus Anthony Arrott, Dept of Phys, SFU
    > Tesla and Edison according to Henry Ford
    > 6. 11:45 - 13:00 Lunch (provided)
    > 7. 13:00 - 14:00 Prof. Emeritus Konrad Reichert, ETH Zurich, Sw.
    > Permanent-magnet machines, trends, problems and simplified
    > simulation by fe-methods
    > 8. 14:00 - 15:00 Prof. Bret Heinrich, Department of Physics, SFU
    > Spintronics-new way of electronics
    > 9. 15:00 - 15:15 Coffee Break
    > 10. 15:15 - 16:15 Prof. Jose Marti, Department of Elect. Eng., UBC
    > Nikola Tesla, an Engineer
    > 11. 16:15 - 17:15 Prof. Milos D. Ercegovac, Comp Sci Dept, UCLA
    > Omnipresence of Tesla's work and ideas
    > 12. 17:15 - 19:30 Reception
    >(found by Segue F.)
    >(((((((((((((((((( ( ( ( ( (O) ) ) ) ) )))))))))))))))))))
    >William J. Beaty SCIENCE HOBBYIST website
    >billb at amasci com http://amasci.com
    >EE/programmer/sci-exhibits amateur science, hobby projects, sci fair
    >Seattle, WA 425-222-5066 unusual phenomena, tesla coils, weird sci

    Jeane Manning writes:


    Event Title: Tesla Day at Simon Fraser University 2006

    Date: November 17, 2006

    Location: IRMACS presentation studio, SFU, Burnaby BC

    Description: A symposium commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nikola Tesla, scientist and pioneer in the field of electrical engineering. The symposium will foster exchange and collaboration among academic researchers and professionals in the fields of engineering, computer science, physical sciences, and applied mathematics. Invited lecturers will present reviews, tutorials, and address future research trends in the scientific and engineering fields pioneered by Tesla. The symposium is open to the public - however prior registration is required.

    Info – Tel: (604) 291-3998

    Info – E-mail: ljilja@cs.sfu.ca

    Info - Web: http://tesla2006.irmacs.sfu.ca

    Sponsored by: Simon Fraser University, IRMACS Centre


    The Vancouver Section, IEEE


    The Tesla Day at SFU 2006 symposium is open to the public.

    However, prior registration is required.

    Confirmed speakers:

    Prof. Anthony Arrott, Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics, SFU

    "Tesla and Edison according to Henry Ford"

    Prof. Milos D. Ercegovac, Computer Science Department,

    University of California at Los Angeles

    "Omnipresence of Tesla's work and ideas"

    Prof. Bret Heinrich, Department of Physics, SFU

    "Spintronics-new way of electronics"

    Prof. Aleksandar Marincic, member of Serbian Academy of Sciences

    "Nikola Tesla contribution to radio development"

    Prof. Jose Marti, Department of Electrical Engineering, UBC

    "Nikola Tesla, an engineer"

    Associated Event: Exhibit – Nikola Tesla’s World of Electricity




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