|IEEE Canada Newsletter / Nouvelles de IEEE Canada|
|Issue: May 2001|
News of Interest
Winnipeg Chapter Reactivated
Officers in the IEEE Winnipeg Section are pleased to announce the reactivation of the MANCOM chapter. This chapter is joint effort between three IEEE technical socities - Engineering Management (EMS), Professional Communication (PCS), and Education. The Chapter officers are Ron Blicq (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Chair, Wayne Wagner (email@example.com) and Dave Kemp (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Nominations for 2002 RAB Offices
The IEEE Regional Activities Board Nominations and Appointments Committee has issued a Call for Nominations and is seeking candidates to serve on the 2002 Regional Activities Board. The RAB N&A Committee is seeking candidates for the following positions:
Additional information is available at http://www.ieee.org/organizations/rab/rab/ra-assembly.html or can be obtained by contacting email@example.com.
Call for Papers for Solar Odyssey 2001
The mission of the Solar Energy Society of Canada (SESCI) is to advance the awareness, understanding and use of solar energy in Canada. Our annual conferences facilitate the exchange of up-to-date scientific and technical information on solar energy. This contributes to the full and responsible development of Canada's energy resources to create jobs and sustain economic activity.
Every SESCI annual conference includes a trade show, the delivery of technical papers, and a speaker of note. This year's keynote speaker is Dr. Paul MacCready, founder of AeroVironment. Solar Odyssey 2001 is sponsored by SaskPower, Saskatchewan Energy and Mines and Natural Resources Canada. For details on the call for papers, please visit the SESCI web site at http://www.solarenergysociety.ca or write to:
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A high-quality technical program, career-enhancing professional development workshops, tutorial sessions and technical plenary sessions are only a few of the highlights of the Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering. This event will be held in one of the most culturally diverse cities of the world - Toronto, Canada - on May 13 - 16, 2001. The Conference organizing committee and the Chair Dr. Haran Karmaker of General Electric, Canada will welcome participants from around the world to the Delta Chelsea Hotel, downtown Toronto, the venue of CCECE 2001. This conference is being organized by the IEEE Central Canada Council (CCC) and is sponsored by both IEEE Canada and the CCC constituent sections. The conference theme is "Technology for the Millennium".
For additional information on the conference please consult the conference web site: http://www.ieee.ca/~ccece01/.
Senior Member Updates
The following members were updated to Senior Member status at the March 2001 Admission and Advancement Panel meeting held in Atlanta, GA
For more information on the Nominate a Senior Member Initiative (NSI) Program, please visit http://www.ieee.org/organizations/rab/md/sminitiative.html
7-11 May 2001
13-16 May 2001
14-18 May 2001
11-12 June 2001
11-14 June 2001
17-21 June 2001
18-21 June 2001
11-13 July 2001
16-20 July 2001
25-27 July 2001
23 July - 1 Aug 2001
13-17 August 2001
28-30 September 2001
7-9 November 2001
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|IEEE Canada Newsletter - May 2001||Nouvelles de IEEE Canada - Mai 2001|
Last update - 2002,07,07 - la dernière mise à jour