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Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC)

Engineering Institute of Canada has provided below useful links for both employers and job seekers:

Employers, register using the below link:
https://employers.engineeringcareers.ca/

Job seekers, register using the below link:
https://www.engineeringcareers.ca/

Employers can find the perfect candidate of the role. Job seekers can find their best engineering job. Please register and make use of these links.

New Website for Canadian Atlantic Section

 

Check out our new website here: http://sites.ieee.org/cas/

 

 

Innovative Communication Technologies

IEEE Young Professional (YP) is pleased to present a talk on Innovative Communication Technologies on Thursday, 29 June, 2017.

Abstract:

SimplyCast is a leading provider of interactive marketing solutions for organizations worldwide. With thousands of customers in various industries ranging from accounting, law, retail, nonprofit, telecommunications, education, web hosting, hospitality to real estate, tourism and advertising, SimplyCast provides businesses with email marketing tools to help them effectively reach their customers and grow their businesses.

EmergHub is the world’s first application with a common operating picture showing local areas and their interaction with emergency messages, making the platform
the first technology to connect all stakeholders in an emergency situation by using an all-in-one platform for communications. EmergHub has the capability to provide prompt situational awareness.

Presenter: Saeed El-Darahali, Founder + President & CEO of SimplyCast

Location: Room 301 (3rd Floor), Halifax Central Library, 5440 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax, NS B3J 1E9

Register Here

Cost: Free Admission but please register early as seating is limited

We look forward to seeing you there!!!

PES/IAS Events in May

The IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section PES/IAS Joint Chapter is pleased to present two exciting events in May. Please see below detail of our upcoming events and register soon to join us in learning.

23 May: WORKSHOP – Electric Boats

RSVP: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/45441

Co-hosted by: PES/IAS Jt. Chapter and OES Chapter

Abstract: There is a long history of electric propulsion use in Marine Vessels and over the past 20 years the industry has seen a surge of interest in diesel electric propulsion and electric thrusters. Dr. Molloy will talk about where the industry stands right now regarding electric and hybrid electric vessels in general and then discuss how the recent progress can be applied to small vessels. There are many exciting applications for small vessels from the AKA Tugs to ferries in Norway and as more renewable energy becomes available, electric options will be looked at more seriously in the marine sector.

Agenda:

  • We will come away with an understanding of the part Nova Scotia can play in the global marine sector in electric small craft.
  • We will work together in groups to estimate how electric boats can be integrated into grid energy systems as energy storage and how the economics look.
  • We will discuss what can be done now and in the near future and learn which obstacles need to be overcome to make electric propulsion a real option in fishing.

25 May: SEMINAR – Maritime Link-HVDC Transmission

RSVP: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/45485

Co-hosted by: PES/IAS Jt. Chapter and YP

Abstract: The Maritime Link Project is part of a larger strategy to address the growing demand for more renewable energy. It will enable the transmission of clean, renewable and reliable electricity from Newfoundland and Labrador to Nova Scotia and beyond.

This presentation will focus on the description of project, High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission, technical parameters, technology utilized, control modes and status.

Please register soon as seating is limited.

Seminar: Manufacturing and Product Development

April 10, 2017
5:30 pmto7:30 pm

The IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section PES/IAS Joint Chapter is pleased to present a seminar talk from Mr. Adam Chaffey, P.Phys of LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. The seminar is titled “Manufacturing and Product Development of 21st Century Street Lights”.

The talk is co-hosted by the Canadian Atlantic Sections Women in Engineering (WIE) Affinity Group.

Details of the seminar are listed below. Register early as seating is limited.

Title: Manufacturing and Product Development of 21st Century Street Lights
Speaker: Mr. Adam Chaffey
P.Phys of LED Roadway Lighting Ltd.
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm, April 10th, 2017
Place: Lindsay Children’s Room
Halifax Central Library
5440 Spring Garden Rd
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada B3J 1E9
Cost: Free but please register early as seating is limited
RSVP: Please register here for the event.

Abstract:

High performance LED technology and electronics manufacturing have combined to revolutionize the lighting industry. Where once a lamp and a luminaire could be assembled in “anyone’s garage”, modern lighting manufacturing requires the experience and processes of high-yield electronics assembly and manufacturing. This presentation will focus on product development and issues in the lighting industry. An industry where new technologies, modes of thinking, and products need to be created to fulfill the promise of the light emitting diode as the platform for the lighting of today and tomorrow.

Biography:

Mr. Adam ChaffeyAdam has been involved in the development of industry leading LED luminaires for street and roadway lighting applications since 2008. During his R&D experience at LED Roadway Lighting, he was primarily involved in the design of the LED optical systems as well as market approval and certification activities.

He is an active participant on the ANSI C136 Committee on Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment, and the ANSI C137 Committee on Lighting Systems. He is currently serving as Past-Chair of the Education Subcommittee for the annual IES Street and Area Lighting Conference. Adam is a licensed Professional Physicist (P.Phys). He holds an Honors B.Sc. in Astrophysics from Saint Mary’s University, an M.Sc. in Physics from Dalhousie, and has been awarded two patents for LED optical systems design. He is currently Manager of Technical Services, where he oversees a technical support team that operates in many areas of the diverse global lighting market.

 

 
 
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