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- IEEE Canada Board
- Your News
- News of Interest
- Our Members in the
- Call for Papers
- New Brunswick
(for non-IEEE Canada members)
Privacy & Opting Out of Cookies
- Renew Your Membership for 2013
- Membership Dues in Special Circumstances
- Donate by IEEE Membership Renewal
- IEEE Canadian Foundation Needs Your Support
- ICF Scholarship Report
- Section Events Online
- IEEE Canada on Facebook!
- 2013 IEEE Life Members Tour to Canada
- IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative expanded to Canada
- Play Golf Today and Improve Tomorrow
- Positions available from Engineering Careers!
- Winners of IEEE Canada Awards 2013
- Canadian Winners of IEEE Awards 2013
- John Bandler Honored by a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
- The Personal - Home and Auto Group Insurer for IEEE members
- Your Life is On Your Computer. Back it Up
- MBNA Credit card for Members of IEEE- Canada
- Canada Professional Liability Insurance
- IEEE Member Group Insurance Program
- New Professional Liability eTool for IEEE Members-ProLiabilitySmart
- 3rd Climate Change Technology Conference (CCTC 2013)
- Engineering Communication Workshops
- 2013 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing
- IEEE International Conference on Wireless for Space and Extreme Environments (WiSEE)
- Upcoming IEEE Conferences in Canada
- All IEEE Conferences in Canada
Renew Your Membership for 2013
You can start renewing your membership for 2013. Remember, IEEE membership can connect you with professionals who can open doors to many opportunities. There are also many online resources available to members (e.g. online books and publications). Use your IEEE Web Account and password to renew online at http://www.ieee.org/web/membership/renew/index.html
Membership Dues in Special Circumstances
IEEE realizes that economic circumstances may impact some members' ability to pay the full amount of IEEE membership dues. For this reason, the following special circumstance categories have been established. Special circumstances are not available to Student members. Only one category may be claimed in any year.
Donate by IEEE Membership Renewal
The IEEE Canadian Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the IEEE in Canada, is happy to accept your contributions when you renew your IEEE membership in the fall each year.
Just select the IEEE Canadian Foundation as your choice when you complete your annual IEEE membership renewal form (paper or web version).
Please note that this method enables you to make a contribution to the IEEE Canadian Foundation General Fund only. To make a contribution to one or more of our other funds, please consider donating online or donating by mail.
If you are a Canadian IEEE Life Member and wish to participate in our Canadian Life Member Fund "Thank You" program, please view this web page.
IEEE Canadian Foundation Needs Your Support
Is somebody close to your heart graduating this year from a Canadian University or College engineering or science? In recognition of their success, consider a donation to the IEEE Canadian Foundation (ICF) to support the vital role IEEE has in the professional development of so many students. Get an early start on your 2013 donations - your donation to ICF, a Canadian registered charity, is tax deductible.
ICF Scholarship Report
IEEE Canadian Foundation held its 2013 Annual General Meeting, at the Delta Airport West, Toronto, on April 10, 2013. The Board supported by the external auditors, recognized 2012 as another good year for philanthropic activities, exemplified by prudent financial management, rigorous review of applications and broadening of development activity.
At the ICF Board of Directors Meeting which followed, the Board approved one-time Special Grants in the amount of:
$2000 to the IEEE Canada Humanitarian Initiatives Committee 2013 Student Competition initiative (Technology for humanitarian causes) $500 to McGill BioEngineering Symposium (Technology for humanitarian causes) $500 to the IEEE Toronto Section Photonics and Electron Device Society Chapter for the Plasmonics Summer School for students from the local universities $500 to the First Robotics Team of King's Christian Collegiate, Oakville, conditional on their securing an IEEE mentor-volunteer to represent the IEEE $1000 to the McGill IEEE Student Branch for the McGill & École de technologie supérieure (ETC) USA Field Trip $1000 to the DIY Maker Lab for Girls, a gender friendly workshop designed for teenage girls to learn electrical and electronic principles by doing $1000 to the 2013 Student Professional Awareness Conference (SPAC) of the IEEE Carleton University Student Branch in Ottawa
$2000 to the IEEE Canada Humanitarian Initiatives Committee 2013 Student Competition initiative (Technology for humanitarian causes)
$500 to McGill BioEngineering Symposium (Technology for humanitarian causes)
$500 to the IEEE Toronto Section Photonics and Electron Device Society Chapter for the Plasmonics Summer School for students from the local universities
$500 to the First Robotics Team of King's Christian Collegiate, Oakville, conditional on their securing an IEEE mentor-volunteer to represent the IEEE
$1000 to the McGill IEEE Student Branch for the McGill & École de technologie supérieure (ETC) USA Field Trip
$1000 to the DIY Maker Lab for Girls, a gender friendly workshop designed for teenage girls to learn electrical and electronic principles by doing
$1000 to the 2013 Student Professional Awareness Conference (SPAC) of the IEEE Carleton University Student Branch in Ottawa
Four 2013 IEEE Canadian Foundation Scholarships in the amount of $5,000 each (total $20,000) were approved for:
Callahan Collier of University of Saskatchewan, nominated by Dr. Francis Bui, Student Branch Counselor (SBC) Amir Rahemtulla of University of Alberta, nominated by Dr. Jeremy Sit, SBC Adrian Wong of University of British Columbia, nominated by Dr. Ali Mesbah, SBC; and Mohamed Abdelazez of Carleton University, nominated by Dr. Calvin Plett, SBC
Callahan Collier of University of Saskatchewan, nominated by Dr. Francis Bui, Student Branch Counselor (SBC)
Amir Rahemtulla of University of Alberta, nominated by Dr. Jeremy Sit, SBC
Adrian Wong of University of British Columbia, nominated by Dr. Ali Mesbah, SBC; and
Mohamed Abdelazez of Carleton University, nominated by Dr. Calvin Plett, SBC
IEEE Canada Women in Engineering Prize for 2013 in the amount of $1000 was awarded to Malika Meghjani of the Montreal Section.
Section Events Online
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Kitchener Waterloo Section: http://www.ieeekw.com/activities.php
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Hamilton Section: http://ewh.ieee.org/r7/hamilton/currentevents.htm
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Kingston Section: http://sites.ieee.org/kingston/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the London Section: http://london.ieee.ca/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the New Brunswick Section: http://nb.ieee.ca/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the South Alberta Section: http://sites.ieee.org/southern-alberta/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Winnipeg Section: http://ewh.ieee.org/mu/winnipeg/events/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Northern Canada Section: http://northerncanada.ieee.ca/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Northern Saskatchewan Section: http://northsask.ieee.ca/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Vancouver Section: http://www.ieeecontact.org
Please find the IEEE Montreal Section Newsletter (Issue 6, January 2012): http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r7/montreal/files/IEEE_Montreal_Newsletter_Jan_2012.pdf
The IEEE Montreal Section ExCom would like to thank to all contributors and editors.
The previous issues (# 5, Nov. 2011) can be accessed through: http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r7/montreal/files/IEEE_Montreal_Newsletter_Oct_2011.pdf
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Ottawa Section: http://www.ieeeottawa.ca/
Please refer to the following link for the latest activities hosted by the Toronto Section: http://toronto.ieee.ca/
IEEE Canada on Facebook!
By request a new IEEE Canada Facebook page has been created. Please join the group and get involved with discussions taking place.
2013 IEEE Life Members Tour to Canada
While Canada may be known for its diverse and breath-taking scenery and warm hospitable people, not many are aware of its major historic pioneering contributions in technical areas of the two founding parents of IEEE, AIEEE and IRE. We are planning a ten day tour for Life Members and their companions that begins with our guests arriving in Toronto, Ontario, on Sunday August 25, and concludes in St. John's capital of Canada's Eastern-most province, Newfoundland and Labrador on Tuesday September 3, 2013.
Participants will be arriving on Sunday August 25, 2013 in Toronto, and spend the first night at the Delta Toronto Airport West. (https://www.deltahotels.com/Hotels/Delta-Toronto-Airport-West) Following breakfast on Monday morning, (Monday August 26, 2013) delegates will travel to Paris, Ontario, home of the "First Distant Speech Transmission in Canada, 1876" milestone. (http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Milestones:First_Distant_Speech_Transmission_in_Canada,_1876)
Following lunch, the next destination of the tour is St. Catherine's, Ontario, to visit Decew Falls milestone, tour the Tesla monument http://www.teslasociety.com/victoria.htm and enjoy the sights of the World-famous spectacular Niagara Falls for some free time with a possible tour of the Rankine Power Plant at the top of the falls. http://www.niagaragreenbelt.com/listings/58-hydrolectric-stations/695-william-birch-rankine-power-station.html
Delegates travel back to the hotel in Toronto, arriving in time for a dinner hosted by the Toronto Section. On August 27, 2013 morning the tour visits the C. H. Best Institute, at 112 College Street in Toronto, which is home of the "First External Cardiac Pacemaker, 1950" milestone. http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Milestones:First_External_Cardiac_Pacemaker,_1950
The group will depart Toronto, en-route to Ottawa (Canada's National Capital) with a stop in Peterborough around 1-1:30 for a lunch sponsored by the Peterborough Section at Holiday Inn Waterfront. In Ottawa delegates will be staying at Delta Ottawa City Centre. https://www.deltahotels.com/Hotels/Delta-Ottawa-City-Centre
In the morning of August 28, 2013, delegated will visit the Nepean Shirelys Bay Research Centre, home to milestone "Alouette-ISIS Satellite Program, 1962". http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Milestones:Alouette-ISIS_Satellite_Program,_1962
On August 29, 2013, delegates travel to Montreal where they will be staying at the down-town Delta Centreville hotel. https://www.deltahotels.com/Hotels/Delta-Centre-Ville . Montreal is home of Hydro Québec, on 75 Boul René Lévesque and learn about the " First 735 kV AC Transmission System, 1965" milestone and its achievements. http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Milestones:First_735_kV_AC_Transmission_System,_1965
On August 30, 2013 delegates travel to Fredericton, New Brunswick and stay at the Delta Fredericton hotel. https://www.deltahotels.com/Hotels/Delta-Fredericton
IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative expanded to Canada
Over the past two years, the IEEE Power & Energy Society has distributed over US$642,000 in scholarships to 265 students from 109 universities within the United States. In 2013, we are expanding the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative to include students in Canada. Our goal this year is to distribute more than 400 scholarships to electrical engineering students in the USA and Canada!
The PES Scholarship Plus Initiative™ is a scholarship and career experience program that was created in response to the looming workforce shortfall in the power and energy industry. Our goal is simple: increase the number of well-qualified, entry-level engineers by helping students.
PES Scholarship Details :
We are offering up to US$7,000 and assistance with career experience opportunities to qualifying students! You must be a full-time student working towards a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, a US or Canadian citizen or permanent resident of either country, willing to take power engineering courses and have a GPA of at least 3.0.
Engineering students early in their college careers are encouraged to apply, even if in June 2013 they have not yet declared electrical engineering as their major. In Fall 2013, the individual must be enrolled in an electrical engineering program working toward a bachelor's degree.
Here's how it works :
Eligible students should apply online by June 30th, 2013 at http://www.ee-scholarship.org/application Recipients will be selected by PES volunteers with industry and academic backgrounds. In the fall, recipients will be notified of their selection and be provided with information on how to arrange for a career experience with industry-leading companies. The scholarship funds will be distributed to your university/college for deposit and credit against your student account.
Eligible students should apply online by June 30th, 2013 at http://www.ee-scholarship.org/application
Recipients will be selected by PES volunteers with industry and academic backgrounds. In the fall, recipients will be notified of their selection and be provided with information on how to arrange for a career experience with industry-leading companies.
The scholarship funds will be distributed to your university/college for deposit and credit against your student account.
Don't delay, click below to start your scholarship application or follow us on Facebook.
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If you have any questions, please contact Dan Toland, IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative (email@example.com)
Play Golf Today and Improve Tomorrow
IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative Golf Outing
Registrations are now being taken for the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative Program Golf Outing scheduled for July 21, 2013 at Furry Creek Golf Course in Furry Creek, British Columbia, Canada. The golf outing is being sponsored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society and is being held prior to the 2013 IEEE PES General Meeting. If you participate in this golf outing, you will enjoy a great day of camaraderie and friendly competition between golfing friends and colleagues who will tee it up all for the benefit of the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative and the Next Generation of Power and Energy Engineers. This golf outing will benefit the expansion of the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative Program to Canada.
Furry Creek is not a course that one merely plays - it is an enriching adventure to be savored. Considered one of the most beautifully landscaped playgrounds in British Columbia, Furry Creek delivers an unforgettable experience with its breathtaking beauty, dramatic play and first-class facilities. As BC's most scenic golf course, Furry Creek perfectly captures the most spectacular qualities of this part of the country. This par 72, 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Muir Graves and built in 1993 offers panoramic ocean views and encounters with abundant wildlife, and is just 35 minutes north of Vancouver, along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway to Whistler.
The cost to participate in the golf outing is US$175 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. There are a limited number of seats available for this golf outing that will offer all competitors the opportunity to win individual and team prizes. Early registration is encouraged as tee times will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
The day's outing begins at 9:00 a.m. with a shotgun start followed by awards presentations. Visit the registration page and make your reservation.
The IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative provides multi-year scholarships to qualifying U.S. and Canadian electrical engineering undergraduate students. Scholars receive up to three years (US$7,000) of funding interspersed with up to two years of valuable, hands-on career experience. The program, made possible by donations to the IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Fund of the IEEE Foundation, is in its 3rd year. Since its inception, the program has supported a total of 265 scholars attending 109 universities, including Ivy League colleges, flagship state universities and prestigious engineering colleges across the US. The 2013 program goal is to distribute more than 400 scholarships in the US & Canada.
Positions available from Engineering Careers!
For more information: look up a job under the following link and input the corresponding Job ID.
E.g. For job id: 1180117 www.engineeringcareers.ca
Winners of IEEE Canada Awards 2013
A round of applause to the award winners! More information will be posted as it becomes available.
Canadian Winners of IEEE Awards 2013
IEEE DAVID SARNOFF AWARD
Sponsor: SRI International Sarnoff
University of Toronto
IEEE CHARLES PROTEUS STEINMETZ AWARD
Sponsor: IEEE Standards Association
University of Saskatchewan
IEEE MEDAL IN POWER ENGINEERING
Sponsors: IEEE Industry Applications Society, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, IEEE Power Electronics Society, and IEEE Power & Energy Society
University of British Columbia
John Bandler Honored by a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
John W. Bandler, Professor Emeritus, McMaster University, and President of Bandler Corporation, will be honored by the 2013 Microwave Career Award of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society. The award will be conferred in Seattle, Washington, on June 5, 2013, during the IEEE International Microwave Symposium, at the Society's annual Awards Banquet. The citation will read In recognition of a career of meritorious achievement and outstanding technical contribution in the field of microwave theory and techniques.
This is John's second major award from this Society. In 2004, he received the IEEE MTT-S Microwave Application Award For application of optimization technology, design with tolerances and yield-driven design to microwave devices, circuits and systems.
Based on John's work, yield-driven design, design with tolerances, electromagnetic optimization, and electromagnetic optimization with tolerances-academic fantasies prior to the 1980's-are now taken for granted by high-frequency and microwave engineers.
More recently, John furthered space mapping, a concept he pioneered 20 years ago, a concept that explains through common sense the mysterious "feel" that engineers have traditionally claimed as special. Space mapping has been adopted across the entire spectrum of engineering by researchers and industry designers into their design portfolios. It makes possible the optimal, high-fidelity design of engineering devices and systems at a cost of only a few high-fidelity simulations.
In 2012, John was honored both by the IEEE Canada A.G.L. McNaughton Gold Medal For pioneering contributions to optimization technology and microwave CAD and by a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Also in 2012, a special session at the IEEE International Microwave Symposium in Montreal paid tribute to him on the occasion of his 70th birthday for more than forty-five years of pioneering contributions to the field of microwave theory and techniques. At the same conference he delivered a rump session on "Human aspects of communication and persuasion," available on the internet through IEEE.tv.
John is a Life Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, a Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada, a Member of the Association of Professional Engineers of the Province of Ontario (Canada) and a Member of the MIT Electromagnetics Academy. He received the Automatic Radio Frequency Techniques Group (ARFTG) Automated Measurements Career Award in 1994.
John has published more than 480 technical papers from 1965 to 2013. He founded the software company Optimization Systems Associates Inc. in 1983, and sold it to Hewlett-Packard Company in 1997.
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3rd Climate Change Technology Conference (CCTC 2013)
Date: May 27-29, 2013
The 3rd Climate Change Technology Conference (CCTC 2013) is a Canadian and international forum for the exchange of ideas for dealing with climate change. It is also an opportunity to keep abreast of emerging techniques and technologies for the mitigation of, and adaptation to, the impacts of climate change. The Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) and ten of its member societies are organizing CCTC 2013, which will be held on the campus of Concordia University in Montreal.
The very success of our species has led to a situation in which this planet's finite resources must be considered in all future planning. This conference is dedicated to the study and exposition of the status and prospects of engineering in support of a bright future for humanity in the midst of a rapidly changing and uncertain environment, both physical and sociological due to climate change.
Engineering Communication Workshops
Date: July 15, 2013
Registration is now open for the IEEE Professional Communication Society’s Engineering Communication Workshops which are being offered as part of the society’s annual conference at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, B.C. on July 15.
First is a 3-hour workshop, hosted by Dr. Hazel Sales, that is geared toward helping practicing engineers adopt new strategies and approaches to writing effectively in the workplace. Attendees will receive handouts to use during the workshop, as well as a list of helpful web sites, books, and other resources they can use for later reference. Second, engineers might also be interested in attending a shorter workshop facilitated by Dr. Traci Nathans-Kelly and Christine Nicometo, M.S., on giving engineering presentations.
To register, go to https://www.ce.ucf.edu/WConnect/CourseStatus.awp?~~13FCNT0100
For more information about the conference, visit http://pcs.ieee.org/ipcc2013/ and for additional questions, contact Sandy Bartell, the Conference Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing
Date: August 27-29, 2013
IEEE International Conference on Wireless for Space and Extreme Environments (WiSEE)
Date: November 7-9, 2013
This IEEE conference will bring together investigators from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), the European Space Agency (ESA), and other space agencies, along with industry and academic researchers, in an effort to understand and solve the emerging problems facing wireless sensing and communication in space and related extreme environments.
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