on-line registration system is now disabled. You may
"walk-up" register in person at the hotel on Sunday afternoon
(starting at 1:00 pm), or on Monday (starting at 7:00 am). The fee
for a walk-up registration is US$450 for IEEE members, and US$500 for
non-members. Credit cards, bank checks, or personal/company checks
accepted (no cash please).
It is our policy that everyone within the meeting area, even briefly, must
be properly registered and must wear a name badge. We will strongly
enforce this policy at the meeting.
SCHEDULES & AGENDAS
NOTE: Updated 25Oct2017
changes in the schedule have been highlighted.
Newcomers Orientation - Monday, October 30
Presentation - Monday, October 30
100YR PowerPoint Template
Thursday Technical Presentations:
"Appropriate Sound Pressure Levels for Power Transformer Specifications
– How and Why"
Presented by: I. Brewe &
(voiceover, will be posted soon)
"Review of PC57.120 Guide for Loss Evaluation of Distribution & Power
Transformers and Reactors"
Binder, R. Sauls, A. Schrammel, and R. Verdolin
(voiceover, will be posted soon)
Louisville Marriott Downtown
280 West Jefferson Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
phone: +1.502.627.5045 or toll-free at 1.800.533.0127
reduced-rate guestroom block is now sold out. Rooms are likely still
available, although at a higher rate, from:
www.marriott.com, or by calling the hotel at the above phone number.
ACTIVITIES & TOURS
► Saturday, October 28: Early Bird Event -
Dinner and Bowling —
The Sports & Social Club
Sports & Social Club
is ranked #21 in ESPN Magazine’s “29 Greatest Sports Bars in the Known
Universe” article! A five minute walk from the Louisville Marriott,
enjoy dinner followed by a fun, entertaining night of amateur bowling
October 30: Spouse/Companion Tour - Mansions, Living History, Hot
Browns, & Julep
Start the day with a narrated bus tour of
Old Louisville, the largest Victorian district in the U.S. Enjoy miles
of grand homes with architectural styles and elements of centuries past
before heading to the Frazier
History Museum, where Louisville history comes to life. Time is
allowed for both a guided tour and self-guided browsing, as well as a
live historical re-enactment with a “Speakeasy/Prohibition” theme.
Monday afternoon is all about the
historic Brown Hotel, starting
with lunch in J. Graham’s Café, home of the Hot Brown Sandwich. A tour
of the hotel after lunch concludes with a special Mint Julep
demonstration and sample of this hometown beverage.
► Tuesday, October 31: Spouse/Companion Tour - Horses, Hats,
Tailored especially for the outdoor
enthusiast, Tuesday’s tour begins with a visit to a working horse farm.
Here you will not only view but get UP CLOSE to connect with majestic
thoroughbreds. See mares, foals, yearlings and horses in training.
amazing scenery of the Kentucky Blue Grass region of the rolling hills,
rock wall fencing and magnificent thoroughbred farms which dot the
After guided tours of the home and
multi-million dollar stallions, arrive at
Churchill Downs, “Home of
the Kentucky Derby” and the longest continually running sporting
event in America.
The afternoon includes a 30-minute,
guided walking tour of the historic racetrack, as well as lunch at the
Derby Café and a thrilling viewing of “The Greatest Race™”, projected in
one of the world’s only 360°, 4K theaters at the adjacent
Kentucky Derby Museum. You will
also have the opportunity to create a custom Kentucky Derby hat with
your own “Hatitude” and enjoy self-guided tours of interactive exhibits
at the Museum.
The Brown Hotel
Evening Dinner Social:
Located in the heart of historic downtown
Louisville, the Muhammad Ali
Center is a multicultural and award winning museum founded by
Lonnie and Muhammad Ali. Capturing the inspiration derived from the
story of Ali’s legendary life, a visit to the Center is not just an
experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. When you
arrive, take a breathtaking journey through the Center’s interactive
and multimedia exhibits. Discover the six core principles that
Muhammad Ali embraced throughout his life, and how they gave him the
wherewithal to be the best athlete he could be and the inspiration
to dedicate himself to helping others. After experiencing
three levels of exhibits and galleries, browse the gift shop and
enjoy a buffet dinner on the sixth floor of the Center with
panoramic views of the city.