The month of October sees the launch of a flurry of events that take us through to the end of the year.
We start with the October 1st meeting to be held at the Jacobs campus. The presentation will be done by Patty MacDermaid, of Sick Maihak. Ms. MacDermaid has over 30 years’ experience in sizing orifice meters for Daniel Measurement & Control. She is a graduate of Michigan State University and very well versed on AGA-3 Metering requirements.
If you haven’t already registered for the Process Control and Safety Symposium, you are not too late. Conference tracks, featuring sessions led by the world’s leading experts, will cover critical instrumentation, communications, control systems, safety and security topics. Engineers, technicians, and plant managers from the oil and gas, refining, chemical, petrochemical, and other process industries will benefit from this three-day intensive event. Social events, keynote presentations, panel discussions, training courses, standards committee meetings and an expanded exhibit featuring leading companies will round out the event.
The section is pleased to participate in YAPFest again this year. This unique networking event will give young automation professionals (YAPs) and college students interested in careers in automation the opportunity to engage each other in a casual, festive atmosphere. This event will focus on the benefits of developing a professional network of colleagues and peers.
Our Expo & Chili Cook Off returns as the premier industry expo in Houston’s West Energy Corridor on November 13, 2014. Be sure to mark your calendars and drop by to judge the best chili in Automation industry.
We continue with a successful PE Exam Study group being held at AMEC. The details of the program can be found at our website. As always, the program is limited to ISA members and is offered at no cost.
One of the section favorites, our networking event, was help on September 18, at Sherlock’s this time. Particularly well attended, we will return with another event the third Thursday of January.
Finally, if you wish to get involved with the ISA Houston Section, please feel free to drop a note to anyone of the board members, there is plenty you can do, and speaking from personal experience, there is plenty you will learn!

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