IEEE Day 2022 – Canada Wide (Virtual)

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

More info will come soo. This event will be held virtual from coast to coast. Speaker(s): Jason Gu, Tom Murad Montreal, Quebec, Canada

IEEE Day 2022

1450 Guy St, Montreal, Quebec , MB 9th Floor, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3H 0A1

Join the celebration around the world! Every year, IEEE members and none-members from all IEEE Sections, Student Branches, Affinity groups, and Society Chapters join hands to celebrate IEEE Day. Events happen both virtually and in person. IEEE Day celebrates the first time in history when engineers worldwide gathered to share their technical ideas in 1884. This year, IEEE Day 2022 Celebration is in-person! After almost two years of holding the IEEE Day celebration virtual, we are pleased to announce that this year we will hold this event in person and we are very excited to meet our volunteers in the Montreal section. More info will be added soon yet you can reserve your seat right now! 1450 Guy St, Montreal, Quebec , MB 9th Floor, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3H 0A1

La photonique quantique

INRS-Energie, 800 Rue De La Gauchetière O, Montréal, Quebec, Canada

(The English version will follow) Bienvenue à « Photonique en français », un atelier de langue pour les étudiants et les professionnels pour pratiquer la conversation en français technique, de réseautage et social. Prérequis Niveau de français minimal: complété niveau 2 sur l’échelle québécoise, ou équivalent, à l’oral. Ces classes bénéficieront aux étudiants à partir des niveau 3-4 sur l’échelle québécoise, et serviront de renforcement pour la pratique et compréhension orale pour les étudiant.e.s aux niveaux 5 à 8 voulant parfaire leur conversations professionnelles et techniques en photonique. Pour plus d’information sur les niveaux de français, veuillez-vous référer a cette description des niveaux : (https://centre-pauline-julien.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/files/Site-web-CPJ-description-niveaux.pdf ) Objectifs du programme pour l’étudiant Pratiquer la description avec des moyens simples (1) sa formation, (2) son environnement immédiat Développer un lexique de 20 à 30 termes de vocabulaire technique et professionnelles sur des sujets touchant à la photonique Évoquer des sujets techniques et professionnelles dans le cadre de défis encadrés sur différentes thématiques de recherche Rapprocher étudiants de recherche en apprentissage du français ___________________________________ Welcome to "Photonics in French", a language workshop for students and professionals to practice conversation in technical, networking and social French. Prerequisites Minimum level of French: completed level 2 on the Quebec scale, or equivalent, in oral. These classes will benefit students from level 3-4 on the Quebec scale, and will serve as reinforcement for practice and oral comprehension for students at levels 5 to 8 who want to perfect their professional and technical conversations in photonics. For more information on the French levels, please refer to this level description: (https://centre-pauline-julien.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/files/Site-web-CPJ-description-niveaux.pdf ) Program objectives for the student Practice describing in simple ways (1) one's background, (2) one's immediate environment Develop a lexicon of 20 to 30 technical and professional vocabulary terms on topics related to photonics Discuss technical and professional topics in the context of supervised challenges on different research themes Bring research students closer to learning French Speaker(s): Dr. Stefania Sciara, Agenda: 13:00-13:30: Welcome & refreshments / Accueil et rafraichissements 13:30-14:30: Workshop & presentation / Atelier et présentation Introductions : 5 minutes Tables-rondes #1: Brise-glace / ice-breaker: 15 minutes Présentation et discussion technique : 15 minutes Tables-rondes #2: les défis photoniques en français :20 minutes Fin de la séance : 5 minutes INRS-Energie, 800 Rue De La Gauchetière O, Montréal, Quebec, Canada

IEEE Montréal – Board Meeting

Bldg: EV-Building, 1515 rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 2W1

Chairs and Officers of all Chapters, Affinity Groups (WIE, YP, IR, Humanitarian, etc...), Student Branches, Counselors, Ambassadors, and ExCom: Please join us for an in person meeting on October 6, from 18:00 to 21:00. This meeting is a chance to see each other after a long time, discuss accomplishments of the previous period, and plan for the future events. It would be great if everyone could make an effort and attend the meeting. Bldg: EV-Building, 1515 rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 2W1

IEEE Montréal – Board Meeting

Bldg: EV002.184, 1515 rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 2W1

Chairs and Officers of all Chapters, Affinity Groups (WIE, YP, IR, Humanitarian, etc...), Student Branches, Counselors, Ambassadors, and ExCom: Please join us for an in person meeting on October 6, from 18:00 to 21:00. This meeting is a chance to see each other after a long time, discuss accomplishments of the previous period, and plan for the future events. It would be great if everyone could make an effort and attend the meeting. Bldg: EV002.184, 1515 rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 2W1

LATex workshop

Bldg: Pavillon Lassonde, Polytechnique Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

LaTeX is a typesetting program that is used primarily by mathematicians and other academics to help us typeset mathematical notation easily and legibly and using markup-tagging conventions, writers can style the text throughout a document by defining the general structure of the document. This workshop could be of interest to students who want to learn about LaTeX templates to create impressive documents for their master's or Ph.D. thesis. Furthermore, academics, students, and researchers seeking to create professional-looking documents, papers, presentations, and posters may benefit from this workshop. The main goal of this talk is to get beginners to the place where they can produce basic documents with the use of LaTeX, so we will intentionally be leaving aside some of the more technical options that might be too much for those who are just starting off. As part of our workshop, we will be giving a comprehensive overview of the documentation, including document spacing and formatting guidelines and how to cite other papers and write a bibliography. In addition, we learn how to include figures, plots, and tables in LaTeX documents. The workshop will continue with a discussion of how to handle LaTeX errors. To conclude, we will use LaTeX to compose our first document. What will you discover? - How to create a document in LaTeX - Document spacing and formatting principles - How to cite other papers and build a bibliography - How to include figures, plots, and tables in a LaTeX document - How to include and reference mathematics and algorithms in LaTeX - Handling LaTeX Errors Who should attend this workshop? - Students are interested in learning about Latex templates to create impressive documents for their master’s or Ph.D. thesis. - Academics, students, and researchers looking to create professional-looking documents, papers, presentations, and posters. - Anyone who had heard about LaTeX but has avoided learning about it Speaker(s): Aynour Khosravi , Bldg: Pavillon Lassonde, Polytechnique Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Mont-Tremblant Visit

Mont-Tremblant National Park, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

More info to come soon. This is a social event for IEEE members in Montreal and Ottawa sections. Mont-Tremblant National Park, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

La photonique terahertz

Bldg: Pavillion B, ETS, 1111 Notre-Dame St W, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 6M8

(The English version will follow) Bienvenue à « Photonique en français », un atelier de langue pour les étudiants et les professionnels pour pratiquer la conversation en français technique, de réseautage et social. Prérequis Niveau de français minimal: complété niveau 2 sur l’échelle québécoise, ou équivalent, à l’oral. Ces classes bénéficieront aux étudiants à partir des niveau 3-4 sur l’échelle québécoise, et serviront de renforcement pour la pratique et compréhension orale pour les étudiant.e.s aux niveaux 5 à 8 voulant parfaire leur conversations professionnelles et techniques en photonique. Pour plus d’information sur les niveaux de français, veuillez-vous référer a cette description des niveaux : (https://centre-pauline-julien.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/files/Site-web-CPJ-description-niveaux.pdf ) Objectifs du programme pour l’étudiant Pratiquer la description avec des moyens simples (1) sa formation, (2) son environnement immédiat Développer un lexique de 20 à 30 termes de vocabulaire technique et professionnelles sur des sujets touchant à la photonique Évoquer des sujets techniques et professionnelles dans le cadre de défis encadrés sur différentes thématiques de recherche Rapprocher étudiants de recherche en apprentissage du français ___________________________________ Welcome to "Photonics in French", a language workshop for students and professionals to practice conversation in technical, networking and social French. Prerequisites Minimum level of French: completed level 2 on the Quebec scale, or equivalent, in oral. These classes will benefit students from level 3-4 on the Quebec scale, and will serve as reinforcement for practice and oral comprehension for students at levels 5 to 8 who want to perfect their professional and technical conversations in photonics. For more information on the French levels, please refer to this level description: (https://centre-pauline-julien.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/files/Site-web-CPJ-description-niveaux.pdf ) Program objectives for the student Practice describing in simple ways (1) one's background, (2) one's immediate environment Develop a lexicon of 20 to 30 technical and professional vocabulary terms on topics related to photonics Discuss technical and professional topics in the context of supervised challenges on different research themes Bring research students closer to learning French Speaker(s): Dr. Mariia Zhuldybina, Agenda: 13:00-13:30: Welcome & refreshments / Accueil et rafraichissements 13:30-14:30: Workshop & presentation / Atelier et présentation Introductions : 5 minutes Tables-rondes #1: Brise-glace / ice-breaker: 15 minutes Présentation et discussion technique : 15 minutes Tables-rondes #2: les défis photoniques en français :20 minutes Fin de la séance : 5 minutes Bldg: Pavillion B, ETS, 1111 Notre-Dame St W, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 6M8

L’éducation en photonique

Room: Mc603, Bldg: McConnell Engineering Building, Room MC603, 3480 Rue University , Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3A 0E9

(The English version will follow) Bienvenue à « Photonique en français », un atelier de langue pour les étudiants et les professionnels pour pratiquer la conversation en français technique, de réseautage et social. Prérequis Niveau de français minimal: complété niveau 2 sur l’échelle québécoise, ou équivalent, à l’oral. Ces classes bénéficieront aux étudiants à partir des niveau 3-4 sur l’échelle québécoise, et serviront de renforcement pour la pratique et compréhension orale pour les étudiant.e.s aux niveaux 5 à 8 voulant parfaire leur conversations professionnelles et techniques en photonique. Pour plus d’information sur les niveaux de français, veuillez-vous référer a cette description des niveaux : (https://centre-pauline-julien.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/files/Site-web-CPJ-description-niveaux.pdf ) Objectifs du programme pour l’étudiant Pratiquer la description avec des moyens simples (1) sa formation, (2) son environnement immédiat Développer un lexique de 20 à 30 termes de vocabulaire technique et professionnelles sur des sujets touchant à la photonique Évoquer des sujets techniques et professionnelles dans le cadre de défis encadrés sur différentes thématiques de recherche Rapprocher étudiants de recherche en apprentissage du français ___________________________________ Welcome to "Photonics in French", a language workshop for students and professionals to practice conversation in technical, networking and social French. Prerequisites Minimum level of French: completed level 2 on the Quebec scale, or equivalent, in oral. These classes will benefit students from level 3-4 on the Quebec scale, and will serve as reinforcement for practice and oral comprehension for students at levels 5 to 8 who want to perfect their professional and technical conversations in photonics. For more information on the French levels, please refer to this level description: (https://centre-pauline-julien.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/files/Site-web-CPJ-description-niveaux.pdf ) Program objectives for the student Practice describing in simple ways (1) one's background, (2) one's immediate environment Develop a lexicon of 20 to 30 technical and professional vocabulary terms on topics related to photonics Discuss technical and professional topics in the context of supervised challenges on different research themes Bring research students closer to learning French Speaker(s): Dr. Lawrence Chen, Agenda: 13:00-13:30: Welcome & refreshments / Accueil et rafraichissements 13:30-14:30: Workshop & presentation / Atelier et présentation Introductions : 5 minutes Tables-rondes #1: Brise-glace / ice-breaker: 15 minutes Présentation et discussion technique : 15 minutes Tables-rondes #2: les défis photoniques en français :20 minutes Fin de la séance : 5 minutes Room: Mc603, Bldg: McConnell Engineering Building, Room MC603, 3480 Rue University , Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3A 0E9

The 6th Montreal Photonics Networking Event

Bldg: ETS, 1100 Notre-Dame St W , Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 1K3

You are invited to attend the 6th Montreal Photonics Networking Event on Friday 2nd December 2022. The event is free and four cash prizes of $250 each are available to eligible contributions. There are no registration fees. Co-sponsored by: IEEE Montréal, Optonique, TRACQ, Excelitas Technologies, INRS OSA SPIE Association, ETS, INTRIQ, STARACOM, COPL, Numana Agenda: - 10:30-11:00: poster set-up - 11:00-12:00: students (UG tutorial, high-school, CEGEP) and industry judges poster session (invite only) dedicated to Dr. Andrea Rovere - 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Networking, lunch, & Chair remarks - 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM: Industry plenary speaker - 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM: Montréal lab/MITACS fair - 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Speed-networking with industry - 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM: announcement of presentation competition winners and closing speech. - 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM: Social networking Bldg: ETS, 1100 Notre-Dame St W , Montréal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 1K3