May 2022 Issue
Paper Deadline Extended! - IEEE Future Networks World Forum 2022
The 2022 IEEE 5th Future Networks World Forum (FNWF’22), a hybrid event in Montreal, Canada from 12-14 October, seeks contributions on how to nurture and cultivate future network technologies and applications beyond 5G, and how they can benefit society. The event is now accepting papers and proposals in the following areas into June:
- Technical Papers (15 June)
- Symposia Papers (15 June)
- Workshop Papers (30 June)
- Tutorial Proposals (30 June)
- Topical and Vertical Proposals (30 June)
- Industry Forum and Panel Proposals (30 June)
This conference, called the 5G World Forum in its first four years, aims to bring experts from industry, academia, and research to exchange their vision as well as their achieved advances in 5G and towards 6G, and encourage innovative cross-domain studies, research, early deployment, and large-scale pilot showcases that address the challenges of 5G while identifying and investigating the possibilities of future networks.
Visit the Future Networks World Forum Authors Page for more information and to submit today!
Congratulations to Sadia Khaf - Winner of IEEE Canada 2022 Women in Engineering Prize
This prize is sponsored by the Judy Clift Fund at the IEEE Canadian Foundation which was established to honour a gracious individual who believed strongly in gender equality. Her professional life as a special education teacher and administrator complemented her role as a mother who was determined to raise her daughters with independence and encouraged them to pursue career opportunities that were not limited by gender. She was also incredibly supportive of volunteer IEEE activities.
The purpose is to recognize excellence in young women engineering professionals and to support the Women In Engineering programme within IEEE in Canada. We encourage anyone who supports these objectives to direct additional donations to this fund to increase the value of the annual award.
All female IEEE Canada members who received their first professional degree within the last fifteen years and who are active in IEEE activities. There is one prize each year, value $1,000.About Sadia:
Sadia Khaf received the B.E. degree in electrical engineering from the National University of Sciences and Technology, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (NUST-SEECS), Islamabad, Pakistan, in 2015. She received the M.S. degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey, in 2018. From 2015 to 2018, she was a Research Assistant with IONOLAB, Turkey. In 2018, she joined the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Pakistan, as a Lecturer. She conducted her research there on Mobile Edge Computing and Deep Learning with the TeleCoN research group. Currently, she is with École de Technologie supérieure, Montreal, QC, Canada, as a Ph.D. student. Her research interests include Machine Learning, radio resource management, Cognitive Radio Networks, and IIoT. She was the recipient of the highest level of merit scholarship at Bilkent University and NUST. She also secured the P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship. She serves as the Vice-Chair of the IEEE ETS Student Branch and Industrial Relations Manager of the IEEE Montreal Young Professionals Affinity Group. She is a member of IEEE, IEEE Women in Engineering, IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Software Defined Networks Community, IEEE Cloud Computing Community, and IEEE Smart Grid Community.
IEEE Member Benefit for May 2022
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Articles and Resources
IEEE educational activities continue to offer online instruction and IEEE's pre-university educational resources may be of assistance to families of students whose classroom activities have been disrupted. Home-schooling parents and students can explore the IEEE TryEngineering database to learn about a wide variety of concepts.
Understanding that technology and history are not mutually exclusive subjects, IEEE REACH provides history teachers and remote learners with free educational resources that situate science, technology, and engineering in their social and humanistic contexts.
Scholarships, Awards, and Prizes
- All application and nomination forms are on the OpenWater
platform, consolidated here:
IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Robert T.H. Alden Scholarship
One Scholarship each year (shared if team), value $1,500.
- Eligibility: This Scholarship is co-sponsored by the IEEE Toronto Section and is to be awarded to a suitable IEEE student member within the Toronto Section. All undergraduate (penultimate year or earlier) student members of the IEEE who are registered in an Engineering or Computer Science program at a Canadian University or College are eligible.
- Purpose: To encourage communications skills, awarded annually for a student authoring a tutorial style article addressing innovative use of the internet, social media or other electronic media to foster interpersonal/group communication or collaboration The article must be suitable for publishing in an IEEE publication such as The IEEE Canadian Review, The Institute, Spectrum, IEEE Potentials, IEEE or Foundation social media or web site.
- Deadline: EXTENDED August 15, 2022
- Link: http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/alden_scholarship.php
IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship
One scholarship each year, value $1,000.
- Eligibility: The nominee must be an undergraduate IEEE Student Member in good standing, registered in their penultimate year of an accredited Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Engineering Science/Engineering Physics undergraduate program offered in a Canadian university, a citizen or permanent resident of Canada, enrolled as a full-time student.
- Purpose: To encourage leadership, creativity and enthusiasm for the engineering profession.
- Deadline: EXTENDED August 15, 2022
- Link: http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/findlay_scholarship.php
This scholarship is sponsored by the Gargantini Fund, one scholarship each year, value $5,000.
- Eligibility: A student member of IEEE (or agree to apply for membership), enrolled full-time in his or her second undergraduate year, first generation in the family university student, completing a Canadian university program in a field of interest to IEEE.
- Purpose: To recognize a student who shows brightness, integrity, engagement with community and enthusiasm for undergraduate study.
- Deadline: EXTENDED August 15, 2022
- Link: https://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/gs_scholarship.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: August 15, 2022 (also November 15, 2022)
- Link: http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/vt_award.php
- IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Robert T.H. Alden Scholarship
IEEE Canadian Foundation
Dave Kemp Memorial FundThe Dave Kemp Memorial Fund has been established in memory of Dave Kemp, serving Director of the IEEE Canadian Foundation, past IEEE Canada President/Region 7 Director and life-long volunteer and supporter of IEEE in Canada and internationally. This fund will support IEEE programs that match Dave's passions and interests, including Young Professional activities, volunteerism, engagement and student growth across Canada. Donations in honour of Dave may be made at http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/davekempmemorial
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An Overview of Energy Storage Technologies
Ms Shivani Chotalia has been working with NRStor Incorporated for over six years to develop and deploy energy storage projects. Shivani will discuss energy storage technology and how it works to maintain stability and reliability on our decarbonizing grids. She will provide an overview of various energy storage technologies and highlight projects showcasing an array of applications of energy storage. This is a virtual event.
For more information or to register click https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/312457
Date: June 9, 2022
IEEE Canada Technology Leadership Webinar Series - XVIThis presentation will provide a behind the scenes look at the challenges and opportunities of working on three vastly different projects, all leading toward potential scientific studies in space. Attendees will learn about the technical innovations and obstacles associated with building and launching a private interplanetary lander, which in 2019 was the first private mission to reach the moon. These projects work toward a long-term goal of future lunar missions providing scientific platforms for molecular biology experiments studying the development, progression, and treatment of disease in space.
- Topic: Moon Lander Program and Science in Space
- Guest speaker: Dr. Yonatan Winetraub
- Organization: SpaceIL
- Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2022
- Time: 3.00 pm - 4.30 pm (EDT)
- Venue: WebEx
- Information and Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/311810
- Contact Person:
Dale Tardiff, MSc, PEng, SMIEEE
Chair, Outreach and Partnership Committee, IEEE Canada
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