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About RESC

Established in 1966, we are gathered from a variety of technical disciplines in the Greater Cincinnati area. If you are an engineer or scientist, either working or retired, join us for dining and scientific discussion/education with other members. We meet October through May to share knowledge and experiences while pursuing interests in technology and industry developments. All of our activities are nonsectarian, nonpolitical and nonfinancial.

Our activities include:
Lunch followed by
Technical Programs, often with PE CE/CPD credit
Tours of local centers of innovation.
Involvement and support in local S.T.E.M. competitions







This Months Program

Technical   Presentation   1:00   pm

Make a luncheon Reservation:

This Months Technical Program will be:

Battery & Electric Car Technology



presented by

Don Wares of AMP Electric Vehicles - Workhorse Group
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Abstract:
This one hour presentation will be a review of AMP's development of electric powered vehicles from a two seat roadster to the delivery vans used by UPS etc. He may address the DRONE used to reach out to sites for delivery while the van continues on its route.

About Dan Wires
Mr. Wires joined Amp Electric Vehicles after retiring from Procter and Gamble after 35 years. Mr. Wires was the first Technology Associated Director for Power, Control, & Information Systems at P&G. While at P&G Mr. Wires focused on advanced manufacturing processes across most of the company’s brands, with particular emphasis on high speed converting machine processes. Mr. Wires was responsible for the machine control direction for converting operations on a global basis, is co-author of several patents on machine automation and safety systems, and an early leader in developing a mechatronics approach to complex machine design at P&G. Mr. Wires was responsible for setting the automation direction on projects as large as one billion dollars across the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia, He was instrumental in applying servo technology to high speed converting processes. He is the first Engineering Technology Distinguished Alumni Graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science.

UP COMING PROGRAM PRESENTATIONS


All future plans are subject to revision

February 21, 2017


Cyber Crime Prevention*
Robb White, FBI Computer Forensics

March 21, 2017


Science of Packaging*
Jim Bono, Chemical Engineer

April 18, 2017


Eiffel Tower Elevator Design*
Bob Siegfried, Mechanical Engineer

May 16, 2017


Cancer Breakthrough Update*
Margaret van Gilse, VP Bexion

* Qualifies for CPD Credit

PE/CE Certificates


RESC offers PE/CE* Credit:

$5.00 for Non-members - Free to Members.

You are invited to join us for lunch at 11:30 am and attend the technical program for PE CE credit at 1:00 pm.

If you are unable to attend the luncheon you may attend the 1:00 pm program to obtain the CE Certificate but you must register with: Howard Heineke, (513) 733-4282, by 10:00 a.m. one day prior to the presentation or email CE Credit

To receive the PE CE Certificate, we will request your PE registration number and your PE name since certificates are prepared in advance.

According to our information OH, KY and IN have reciprocal agreements for PE credits.

There is no charge for attending just the program.

*PE Professional Engineer, CE Continuing Education





The Upcoming Tours


Make a tour Reservation:



The next tour of our this RESC season is planned for a March tour of a Kroger facility.



More details will follow here as March approaches.

The Upcoming Planned Tours for the 16-17 activities year are





Kroger Food Plant (March)

Metalex (May)

These are tenative plans and are subject to repeated changes. Be sure to check back here for the latest information.

Now is a good time to let the tour director know of any places you believe would provide an interesting tour. Including a contact would be helpful.