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Shipboard Electrical Engineering Design Challenges and Recommendation

June 15, 2012
5:30 pmto7:30 pm
5:30 pmto7:30 pm

The IEEE Canada Atlantic Section Oceanic Engineering Society chapter, along with the Eta Kappa Nu Student Honors Society chapter wish to invite you to attend the following event.

Title of Talk: Shipboard Electrical Engineering Design Challenges and Recommendation
Speaker: Mr. Moni Islam
President, M&R Global , Marine Electrical Consultant
Time: 5:30pm, June 15, 2012
Place: 44 North, Main Lobby Level (The Restaurant in Hotel)
Marriott Halifax Harbourfront Hotel
1919 upper Water Street, Halifax
Dinner: Dinner will follow the presentation, registration is required
Local Contact: Lauren Haley ( and
Ferial El-Hawary (
RSVP by: Monday, June 11th to Lauren Haley ( and Ferial El-Hawary (
Cost: $25 for IEEE members
$35 for non-IEEE members
$10 for IEEE student members
$18 for non-IEEE student members
Payment: Cheque or Cash at the door.
(Receipts will be provided.)


The talk will consist of:

  • Shipboard Electrical System Design Fundamentals
  • Examples of Shipboard electrical Engineering Design
  • Challenges for Shipboard Electrical Design
  • Recommendations to Mitigate Design Challenges
  • Role of IEEE-45 Standard Working Group
  • Recommend Industry Participation
  • Questions and Answer

The talk will be about 40 minutes and 20 minutes for discussion.

About the Speaker:

Mr. Moni Islam has more than 38 years of diversified experience in Electrical/Electronic Engineering,
Marine Engineering and Electrical Engineering research for shipboard Integrated Power System (IPS) in the
United States. Supervision of ship building electrical design and development from concept design to final
design including power distribution and electro-mechanical control system, equipment procurement,
drawing development, equipment installation as well as pier-side testing and acceptance trails. Designed and
obtained ABS regulatory body approval for ship service pump electro-mechanical magnetic relay control
system and also utilizing PLC programming technology design. Preparation of new building electrical power
and control systems bid package for commercial ships and US Navy ships. Planning and coordination for
upgrading and modernizing of various commercial and US Naval ships electrical power and control system.
Thoroughly knowledgeable with the marine electrical/electronic engineering design practices and procedures
and development requirements for marine applications per Regulatory body requirements such as ABS,
USCG, IEEE, NVR, DNV, Mil Standards, IMO-SOLAS etc.

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