The Festival of Electrical Engineering in Korea “User Group Meeting 2014 & ETAP 14 Seminar”
The 10th user group meeting highlighted Seoul Data System Co., Ltd 20th anniversary as the exclusive ETAP representative in Korea. This year's user group meeting was held on 15th Oct, 2014 at the Renaissance Seoul Hotel, South Korea.
Attending ETAP users come from managers and engineers of Korea leading companies and institutions.
User Group Meeting 2014 was organized by Seoul Data System Co., Ltd. who represents ETAP in South Korea. The user group is a great networking and learning opportunity for ETAP users in Korea. . The event kicked off with a preview to the upcoming ETAP 14 release, case studies, ETAP & ETAP Real-Time exhibition. User topics included:
- Guide for MV Motor protective relay setting using ETAP, Prof. Junggu Jang/KINGS: Korea International Nuclear Graduate School
- Guide for MOV starting analysis using ETAP in Nuclear Power Plant, Sangyoun Byun, Deputy General Manager/KNHP-Central Research Institute
- Guide for Transient Stability Analysis about Residual Voltage for Motor Bus Transfer Scheme, Kangwan Lee CEO/Deahwa Power Engineering Company
- Guide for ETAP SIMULATION of Exciter Configuration, Kijun Jang CEO/Genex Engineering
Farrokh Shokooh, CEO and Mrs. Nikta Shokooh, CFO, from ETAP Headquarters in the USA attended the event; Prof. Jaechul Kim, Professor of Soongsil University/President of KIIEE,The Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, and Prof. Bonghee Kim, Professor of Myongji College/Technical Adviser of ETAP User Group Korea, attended and dignified the event.
Many ETAP users attended the event and and took the opportunity to discuss and share their ETAP experiences with other users ranging from solving open theoretical to exchanging knowledge about operational issues.
“We are very happy about another successful annual User Group Meeting ” said Bryan Youn, CEO of Seoul Data System Co., Ltd. “We will continue to hold the annual ETAP User Group Meeting as a place for electrical engineers to networking and learn”