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This move to "PJM Planning" afforded Charlie the opportunity to greatly expand his areas of knowledge. Through memberships on numerous PJM groups, Charlie was able to develop expertise two main areas: power system reliability and dynamic analysis that became his passion for many years.
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Healthcare is more and more dependent on ICT. All medical equipment is connected, all patient-data is centrally stored and accessible via workstations and iPads. We know where patients are in the hospital via wayfinding, doctors connect per video with patients at home (for after treatment), connecting with medical specialists around the globe exchanging research and connecting with eHealth solutions to provide much more data about your patient. Obviously all patient communication is coming together in a Patient Portal, including the video recording of the last medical outcome meeting.
Mr. Matthews graduated from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a Major Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Minor Degree in Nuclear Science in 1972. He has been a member of IEEE since 1968 and a Senior Member since 1989. On the national level, Mr. Matthews has served on the IEEE PES Transformers Committee since 1978. On that Committee, he has held the positions of Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary. Mr. Matthews has also Chaired the Performance Characteristics Subcommittee, Awards Committee and the IEEE Delegation to ANSI ASC C57 Committee in addition to serving on numerous working groups developing ANSI/IEEE Standards. He has also represented the United States in technical activities with the International Electrotechnical Commission in the development of international standards. In local activities, John has assisted in Baltimore Chapter membership activities and presented a class on Transformers and Reactors as part of the Electric Utility Systems & Practices Course.
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James A. Mirabile, P.E. obtained his BSEE from Drexel University and a Masters Degree in Administrative Science from the Johns Hopkins University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Maryland. He is also a Senior Member of IEEE and this title requires extensive experience, and reflects professional maturity and documented achievements of significance.
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Charles P. Matassa was named the 2010 Baltimore Chapter Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers Power & Energy Society Outstanding Engineer. Charlie graduated from Lehigh University In 1972 and started in the BGE Planning Department Electrical System Analysis Unit where he developed engineering programs used by the planning organizations and performed fault, motor start and various other engineering calculations. This was a good area to begin his career as it gave him a good foundation on engineering calculations and programming that aided him for his entire career.
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After several years, Charlie moved to what was known as "Interconnection Planning". There he performed studies with representatives from other PJM companies of the high voltage PJM bulk power system. For those that are unfamiliar with PJM, PJM was back then what was termed a power pool where power was freely interchanged among its nine utility members to what is now termed a Regional Transmission Organization with 683 members.
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And then came wholesale deregulation to the electric industry - a whole new set of rules, a whole new vernacular. And Charlie was there helping to develop one of the three main agreements that are the foundation documents of PJM. Charlie also participated in two groups that established a new reliability organization. ReliabilityFirst, that is a regional arm of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation that set standards for Planning and Operations of the electric systems across the US.