August 2021 Issue

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Articles and Resources

Scholarships and Prizes

IEEE Canadian Foundation Grants

  • IEEE McNaughton Learning Resource Centre Grants
    • Eligibility: Canadian IEEE Student Branches.
    • Purpose: To enhance the learning experiences of IEEE student members at Canadian Universities and Colleges, as well as encouraging IEEE membership and activities, and interaction between the IEEE Student Branch and the local IEEE Section.
    • Deadline: November 15, 2021
    • Link: http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/cen_grnt.php
  • IEEE Canadian Foundation Special Grants
    • Eligibility: An IEEE Student Branch, an IEEE Section, an IEEE Canada Committee, a non-IEEE entity such as a high school, or in rare cases an individual, all in Canada.
    • Purpose: To partially fund one-time new and innovative projects that advance IEEE's core purpose to foster technological innovation and excellence to benefit humanity.
    • Deadlines: November 15, 2021.
    • Link: http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/sp_grnts.php
  • IEEE Canada Vehicular Technologies Travel Grants Two travel grants each year, each one not to exceed $1,200.
    • Eligibility: IEEE Student Members in good standing in a Canadian University or College (at a college, undergraduate or graduate level).
    • Purpose: To support IEEE student members to attend and present a paper at a Vehicular Technologies Conference or other IEEE Conference related to Vehicular Technologies.
    • Deadline: November 15, 2021.
    • Link: http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/vt_award.php

IEEE Canadian Foundation

  • Scholarships, Grants, Awards

    All programs continue to operate normally, supporting students and others within IEEE Canada.
    • IEEE Canadian Foundation Scholarships - $5,000 each
      • Nate Berzolla, University of Saskatchewan, nominated by Robert Johanson
      • Rafid Dewan, Carleton University, nominated by Winnie Ye
      • Michal Ridner, University of Ottawa, nominated by Sawsan Abdul-Majid
    • IEEE Canadian Foundation Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship - $1,000
      • Anuj Mathur, Carleton University, nominated by Winnie Ye
    • Special Grants
      • University of Alberta Autonomous Robotic Vehicle Project - $1,250
      • UBC Orbit Satellite Design Team - $1,000
    • IEEE Canada Major Awards
      • 2021 endowed awards
  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Opportunities for volunteer engagement are available, or if an individual wishes to contribute in other areas, please reach out.
    • Web Master(s)
    • Historian/Archivist
    • Section Liaison representatives for Vancouver and Windsor Sections


  • COVID-19: The IEEE Canadian Foundation remains committed to supporting our programs, donors and grantees. Thank you for your ongoing support during these unusual and challenging times.

    IEEE Canadian Foundation is a registered charity in Canada and a public foundation. All Canadian individual donors receive CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) approved tax receipts. The IEEE Canadian Foundation remains committed to supporting our programs, donors and grantees. Thank you for your ongoing support during these unusual and challenging times. Please visit ICF Facebook page

Conferences

  • Call for papers: 2021 5G World Forum

    The 2021 IEEE 4th 5G World Forum (5GWF’21) seeks contributions on how to nurture and cultivate future network technologies and applications beyond 5G, and how they can benefit society. This will be a virtual event similar to 5GWF’20, but we are also planning an in-person event in Montreal, Canada (around October 13, 2021) that will be an official part of 5GWF’21. Physical attendance is not expected or required for authors and presenters.

IEEE Members in the News

  • IEEE Member's Michael S. Obrecht Siborg Systems wins Plant Engineering’s Product of the Year 2020 Award

    Olntario, Wateroo based Siborg Systems Inc won Plant Engineering’s Product of the Year 2020 Award with their LCR-Reader-MPA All-in-One Multimeter. This unique device is a continuation of the previous development of tweezer-meters started in early 2000s that resulted in Smart Tweezers LCR-meter, the first LCR-meter for Surface Mount Technology. The main feature of a tweezer-meter is a combination of LCR-meter, tweezers and display. It automatically detects the type of measured component and quickly provides measurement result. It saves money in the lab when any work is done using SMDs that often do not have any markings.

    LCR-Reader-MPA delivers record high 0.1% basic accuracy for LCR/ESR measurements with up to 100 kHz test frequency, along with unrivaled variety of additional functions. In contrast to other tweezer-meters, LCR-Reader-MPA provides Diode/LED test, AC/DC Voltage/Current measurements, Oscilloscope, Frequency meter, Signal Generator and more. Optional Bluetooth communication module is available as well, connecting the device to a computer. NIST traceable calibration certificate is included.

    Please click here for more information.

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