LED Design and its applications Part 2:
A Presentation by Mr. Ray Malki from Hi Tech Architect
Sponsored by the Power & Energy (PES) Chapter of IEEE Foothill Section, and the IEEE Student PES Chapter of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Thursday, May 8, 2014, 7PM to 9:00 PM
Held At California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Summary of this Presentation: “Why LED is Successful”
The presentation will be an overview of the nature of LED and the LED impact on power saving. How the LED associate accessory are making it successful. The variety of Low, Medium and High Power LED The varieties of LED Colors are allowed for more creative opportunities. And The LED impact on the present and the future of lighting
Summary about Presenter:
Ray Malki, Hi Tech Architect, is an Electronic Engineer (1980, Damascus-Syria) and has a MBA in International Marketing (1997, Azusa Pacific University). Ray is an IEEE Member since 1986.
Since 2006, Hi Tech Architect of Glendora, CA has been involved in Energy Management and Project Management.
Main Projects include car dealership, parking lots, parks, gyms, classrooms, hospitals, office buildings and industrial warehouses. Most projects have had significant results in savings.
Thursday evening 05/08/2014, Open to all engineers and the interested public, no fee to attend the presentation
7:00 PM 7:30 PM: Refreshments, meeting and greeting
7:30 PM 8:30 PM: Talk by Ray Malki
8:30PM 9:00PM: Q& A
Event Location and Parking details:
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768
Building 5-017 (Point Building) , Room 98-C
For Further information about the campus directions, and to RSVP contact Barry Langer at Barry Langer firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about the technical presentation, please contact IEEE Foothill Section PES Chair, Tribhuwan Choubey at email@example.com
Input these GPS Locations into Google for the building and parking structure.
New Business Building
Parking Structure (which has self service parking dispensers). Please note: $3.00 fee to park on CPP campus on Saturday for this talk. Please carpool as convenient to you and your associates.
Parking Kiosk (manned parking booth)