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Events

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

Come join IEEE Women in Engineering and Young Professionals as they host a conference to help combat global warming on November 16-17.

Learn about Vancouver’s Clean Energy sector and Vancouver’s commitment to becoming the greenest city in the world by 2020.

For more information, visit http://vancouver.ieee.ca/conference-on-clean-energy/

To register, visit https://events.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/register/47870on

IEEE BCIT will be having our monthly branch meeting on Wednesday, November 8th at 2:30pm in SW3-2745. The branch is always looking for ways to grow and recruit new members. If you are interested in getting involved, come and say hi!

Do you want to be the next IEEE Executive? We will be having our branch meeting this Wednesday, March 22nd from 2:30 to 3:00 PM in SW1-2590.

We will discuss the nomination process for new branch executives. The executive positions are Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-Chair, and Chair.

Everyone is welcomed, please feel free to drop by!

Make sure to be at the Great hall at 6PM on Tues February 28th! We have tons of prizes & food for everyone!

Gold: NextGen Technologies – Applied Engineering Solutions – IEEE BCIT

Silver: Progressive Automations – Delta Controls – ESC Automation – Neil Squire Society

Bronze: Lee’s Electronics – Mr. Lube – Engineering Students’ Society – BCIT Student Association – Tinkershop BCIT – Link Magazine – IEEE Young Professionals – IEEE SFU – IEEE UBC

 

Are you an engineering or technologist student interested in control systems, software development, test engineering, and/or product design? If so, this tour is for you!

SeaStar Solutions’ Canadian facility in Richmond has earned a reputation as a world leader in design and manufacturing of hydraulic and thermal technology products. Although a large group of the company is mechanical engineers, they have a need for electrical engineers who are familiar with control systems and have proficient programming skills. More details are provided in the registration form.

Where: SeaStar Solutions – 3831 No 6 Rd, Richmond, BC V6V 1P6
Date: Wednesday, February 8th 2017
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Tickets: Registration form
Note: These tours are absolutely free, and they are exclusive to only ECET students at BCIT. If you have reserved a ticket and changed your mind on coming, we ask you to cancel your ticket or let us know at external@ieeebcit.org. Students who do not follow this simple rule may not be eligible for future tours.