Time2meet Logo Nuclear Power: A Relic or the Sustainable Path Forward?












tom blair
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Friday, April 07, 2017 at 10:00am-2:30pm



Meeting Description
Date: Friday, April 7, 2017

Time: Registration 9:30am—10:00am
Meeting 10:00am—2:30pm

Location: FRCC 3000 Bayport Dr. #600
Tampa, FL 33607

Parking: Use parking lot for Hyatt (North side only)

Cost: $50 Members, $100 Non-Members, and $10 Students
Lunch Included

4 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) will be awarded

Speaker: Matthew Lovitt
Chemistry and Environmental Manager
Sequoyah Nuclear Plant
Tennessee Valley Authority

RSVP: Online at: http://time2meet.com/fwcs-pes4/index.html

Make checks payable to:
IEEE FWCS
Send checks to: Jim Howard, IEEE FWCS Treasurer
3133 W. Paris Street
Tampa, FL 33614-5964

Space limited to the first 50 registrants!!!

Questions: Ralph Fehr at r.fehr@ieee.org

Additional Information
Nuclear Power: A Relic or the Sustainable Path Forward?

Energy ranks as one of the most important geopolitical issues we face. As the world requires substantially more energy due to
increased energy usage in developing countries, the ability to produce this energy while minimizing impact to the environment
poses a major engineering problem. Is nuclear power part of the solution?

Mr. Matthew Lovitt from Tennessee Valley Authority, one of the
nation’s largest nuclear operators, will make a presentation including a brief history of nuclear power, a technical description of how nuclear reactors work, challenges to the nuclear industry, as well as an overview of career opportunities in the nuclear field.

Matt is the Chemistry Manager at Sequoyah Nuclear Plant in Soddy
Daisy, Tennessee. He previously held multiple roles in the Operations
Department, including onshift Senior Reactor Operator, Shift Technical
Advisor, and Shift Manager.

Prior to Sequoyah and TVA, Matt served in the U.S. Navy as a Nuclear
Surface Warfare Officer, performing tours onboard USS Roosevelt
(DDG 80) and USS George Washington (CVN 73). He was also
a Navy ROTC Instructor at the University of South Florida, where he
taught naval engineering and navigation courses.
Matt’s education includes a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Master of Science
in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Florida.
Matt and his wife Amy reside in Hixson, TN with their 3 children Carson, Stella, and Ellie.

Meeting Location
FRCC
3000 Bayport Dr. #600,,
Tampa

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