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Welcome to the IEEE Toronto Section, bringing together IEEE members from the Greater Toronto Area. We invite you to come to our events, get in touch with our volunteers, or just read about some of our activities on this web site.

Upcoming Events

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  • PowerStream Smart Grid Tour
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  • Teaching and Learning Methods
  • Advanced Antenna Systems for 21st Century Satellite Communication Payloads
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  • Disaster Scene Reconstruction - Emergency Management Tool
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  • Wireless Power Transfer Systems: Current Issues and Future Opportunities
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News & Announcements

IEEE Toronto Section Annual General Meeting 2016
All members, along with their guest, are invited to attend the IEEE Toronto Section Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM is an occasion to celebrate the achievements of the Toronto Section, made possible by its dedicated volunteers and members. We are pleased to announce that Sandro Perruzza, CEO of the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers will deliver the keynote address, discussing ways to strengthen the engineering profession in Ontario.

Find more details at http://toronto.ieee.ca/2016/09/23/ieee-toronto-section-annual-general-meeting-2016/.

IEEE GlobeCom Workshop: Call for Papers
IEEE is organizing the Workshop on Cyber-Physical Smart Grid Security and Resilience (at IEEE GLOBECOM) in Washington, DC this December.

This workshop addresses issues of cyber-physical smart grid security and resilient energy system design and operation. Emphasis is placed on efficient strategies that harness communication networking, computation and/or control to improve security and resilience through increased adaptability, reliability and functionality.

Paper submission deadline is 1 July. More info can be found in the workshop homepage. See the call for papers at http://toronto.ieee.ca/toronto/files/2016/06/SGSR_GC_Workshop_CFP.pdf.

Engineering Career Fair 2016 A Great Success
In collaboration with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers – Ontario Section, IEEE Toronto Section organized a highly successful Engineering Career Fair on May 12. See http://toronto.ieee.ca/2016/05/21/engineering-career-fair-2016-a-great-success/ for the full announcement.

 

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Conferences

Advanced Manufacturing Canada: Conference & Exhibition 2016
Advanced Manufacturing Canada (AMC) is bringing industry, government and academia together for a two-day conference and exhibition focused on fostering a national dialogue about how the manufacturing community can leverage Advanced Manufacturing to stimulate innovation, increase productivity, and compete in the global marketplace now and into the future. Learn more at http://toronto.ieee.ca/2016/08/15/advanced-manufacturing-canada-conference-exhibition-2016/ and watch the teaser video.

OMICRON Canada Protection Symposium
Interesting presentations on protection, control and automation shall be presented by 15 Industry Experts. Two of the presenters are IEEE Fellows—Wanda Reder who is Chief Strategy Officer of S&C Electric and past President of IEEE PES, and Alex Apostolov who is Editor in Chief of PAC World Magazine and an industry expert on Protection, Automation, and Control. The symposium also aims to provide a platform so participants can share their knowledge and experiences on the latest developments and trends of the power industry. One of the highlights of the conference will be a tour of GE Energy’s Grid IQTM Global Innovation Center in Markham.
Find out more and register at http://www.registration123.com/OMICRON/2016CPS/.

EPEC2015: Electrical Power and Energy Conference Technical Tutorials now open for Registration!
EPEC2015 is an opportunity for electric power and energy systems experts from industry, academia, and other interested organizations to discuss the latest developments in the field: academic and industrial research, industrial/business trends and challenges. This may include debate on the potential impact of these developments including discussions on regulatory and policy aspects. The conference provides an international forum for the presentation of peer-reviewed power and energy research and development.
See more at http://toronto.ieee.ca/2015/09/23/epec2015-electrical-power-and-energy-conference/.