These events are organized by various sub-sets of the IEEE Toronto Section.
The contact person listed below is the volunteer who has arranged this event.
Please use the email link provided if you have any questions, suggestions,
Mr. Byron Stremler, P.Eng
|Day and Time
Thursday, October 26, 2006 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. Registration & Refreshments
Islington Golf Club
45 Riverbank Drive
(West off Islington Ave, one block north of Dundas Street West)
PEO - Toronto Dufferin Chapter, co-sponsored by
Women in Engineering Affinity Group
Visda Vokhshoori -
How will the spread of Hybrid Vehicle technology affect our everyday lives?
Come and find out about Hybrid technology and why it is destined to be an increasingly popular vehicle technology for the future.
Some of the topics that will be discussed include:
- How a hybrid powertrain works
- Toyota's hybrid technology
- Why all hybrids are not the same
- Environmental benefits of hybrids
- Myths about hybrids
Bryon Stremler is the Manager of Government and Regulatory Affairs for Toyota Canada Inc. Based at Toyota Canada's head office in Scarborough, Ontario, his work is focused on Federal and Provincial regulatory affairs with special emphasis in issues regarding safety and environment. He is actively involved in auto industry committees and joint working groups and is regularly consulted to provide support for technical issues in legal matters.
Bryon is a Professional Engineer registered in the Province of Ontario. He holds his Bachelor of Engineering Science degree in Materials Engineering from the University of Western Ontario.