Keynote Speakers

Jake Barker

Continual Reliability Improvement

Jake Barker

Director, Pacificorp

Director of Distribution Engineering and Area Transmission Planning for PacifiCorp. He also worked in asset management developing the 10 year capital plan for major projects, managing customer engineering services and smart grid. Was Transmission Planner, Manager of Distribution Engineering and Distribution Engineer for downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Project Engineer for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002 in Salt Lake. Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Utah, and an electrical engineering degree from Utah State University.

Dr. Tulinda Larsen

New Technologies in Manufacturing

Dr. Tulinda Larsen

Executive Director, UAMMI

Dr. Larsen is the key spokesperson for Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI). For more than 40 years, she has been a practicing economist studying various aspects of the aerospace industry. She began her career in Washington, D.C. as an economist at the US Department of Transportation. Adjunct Professor in the School of Business, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Worldwide Campus, Doctorate of Management from University of Maryland Global Campus, BA and MA in economics from The George Washington University.

Technical Sessions

 

Jacob Mattson

Jacob Mattson

Rockwall Automation / Codale

IT/OT Cyber Security

Mark Berger

Mark Berger

Siemens

Motor Management and Data Usages

David Frame

David Frame

UVU Engineering Technology

Post-Pandemic IoT Electronics Accelerated Change

i-ETC Conference

Intermountain Engineering, Technology, and Computing Conference (i-ETC) is an annual event organized in unison with Utah universities through the state and made possible by educational contributions and sponsorship.

Full participant registration fee is $200 ($150 early), and $80 per full-time student participant ($50 early), or one-day conference registration is available for industry participants at $100. Early bird registration deadline is April 18, 2022.

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i-ETC Conference Student Awards

i-ETC will offer a number of student awards for papers/posters that are accepted and presented at the i-ETC 2022 conference. The first author must be a student.

 

Premium Engineering Paper Award
(Certificate and $300)

Gold Engineering Paper Award
(Certificate and $200)

Silver Engineering Paper Award
(Certificate and $100)

 

Premium Technology Paper Award
(Certificate and $300)

Gold Technology Paper Award
(Certificate and $200)

Silver Technology Paper Award
(Certificate and $100)

 

 

Premium Poster Award
(Certificate and $300)

Gold Poster Award
(Certificate and $200)

Silver Poster Award
(Certificate and $100)

 

Premium Computing Paper Award
(Certificate and $300)

Gold Computing Paper Award
(Certificate and $200)

Silver Computing Paper Award
(Certificate and $100)

Platinum Sponsor

 

Meta LogoIEEE

Gold Sponsor

 

Rocky Mountain Power Logo
IEEE

Silver Sponsor

 

Wavetronix Logo

Sponsors

Utah Valley University - College of Engineering and Technology Logo

 

 

IEEE

IEEE

Brigham Young University Logo

 

IEEE Utah Chapter

IEEE Utah section logo

Utah State University Logo

 

Power & Energy Society Utah ChapterIEEE Power Energy Society logo

Weber State University Logo

Contribution and Sponsorship

If you are interested in contributing to the conference topics or would like to sponsor aspects of the conference please fill out this contact form.

I-ETC 2022 Sponsorship Flyer