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Apr 22, 2010
ISA Expo West (International Society of Automation)
Oregon Institute of Technology

The largest NW Instrumentation and Controls Trade Show.

Tickets are complimentary if you send your contact information to [email protected]. Otherwise tickets are only $30 at the door.

ISA EXPO West Thursday, April 22, 2010 10:30 am – 7:00 pm

10:00am Registration Opens.
At Oregon Institute of Technology,
7726 SE Harmony Road, Portland, OR

9:30am to 10:30am Training Class #1:
PID to Model Predictive Control

10:30am Exhibition Hall Opens

11:00am Key Note Speaker: Dan Zaniewski of Rockwell Automation. Best Practices for Applying Ethernet IP

11:30am to 1:30pm BBQ Lunch on the Patio (complimentary)

12:30pm to 1:30pm Emerson Wireless Equipment Open House

1:30pm to 2:30pm Are You Smarter Than a 2nd Year Automation Student Game Show? Feature)

2:00pm to 3:00pm Training Class #2: Control Valve Sizing and Selection

3:30pm to 4:30pm Training Class #3: Chemical Dosing Pump Sizing and Control

5:00pm to 6:00pm Training Class #4: Industrial Wireless Systems Request my spot

5:00 Registration Closes

6:00-8:00pm Social Hour at Claim Jumper 9085 SE Sunnyside, Clackamas, OR, (503) 654-3700

7:00pm Exposition Closes

Oct 14, 2017
Mop Street Swap Meet

PASCAL is hosting a swap meet free to anyone at Portland's new Hackerspace located at 2410 N Mississippi Ave on Oct 14 from noon to 10:00pm. This event is for people who like to swap cool tech and electronics!

This event will have space for 15 booths with tables and nice comfy seats. There will be onsite snacks, a food truck outside with covered seating and smoking area, and a local DJ. Parking is available street side close to Widmer Brewery and McMenamins.

We are here to make connections with our community and collaborate with our neighbors- and have an opportunity to sell and trade!

Sep 19, 2022
Trade agreements and your privacy!

Remember the TransPacific Partnership (TPP)?

Trade deals are often negotiated at a high level, out of sight from our daily lives, so we often don't hear much about them until negotiators have already reached agreement on the final deal. Typically, the only groups involved in negotiations are the US Trade Representative, corporate lobbyists, trade advisors, and representatives from the various countries involved in the deal.

Well, there's a new trade deal currently in work, and here's an early opportunity to learn about it and how it might affect you!

The deal is called the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF), and one of it's pillars addresses cross-border data flows and the digital economy. Since several of the countries that will be a party to this agreement do not have strong human rights protections, advocates at the Trade Justice Education Fund (TJEF) are concerned that lower standards set at the international level will have a negative impact on US laws.

Join us this month when Yimei Shao, PNW Regional Organizer for TJEF, will talk about the IPEF international trade deal and how it could impact consumer data privacy, workplace surveillance, and other issues that intersect with labor and technology.

You can read more about deal in the US Trade Rep's fact sheet:

Come learn about this trade deal and how you can make your voice heard!

Please RSVP via this Meetup page or by sending an email to [email protected].

Speaker bio:

Yimei Shao (they/them) is the PNW Regional Organizer for the Trade Justice Education Fund (TJEF), and also serves as the Chair of the Global Justice Committee at Portland Jobs with Justice (PDX JWJ). TJEF is a national organization that promotes awareness about international trade justice, including workers’ rights, environmental and public health issues impacted by trade. PDX JWJ is a coalition of 100+ labor, faith, community and student organizations taking action for workers rights and economic justice.

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