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IEEE Concordia PCB Tutorial Part 2

Room: H655, Bldg: Hall Building, 1550 De Maisonneuve West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 2E9

Welcome to part 2 of our two-part PCB tutorial series! In part 1, we covered how to create a schematic diagram of your circuit design. Now, in part 2, we will focus on how to draw the PCB layout using a CAD software. The tutorial will cover the following topics: 1. Introduction to PCB layout... Read more

Smart Health-Conscious Battery Management Systems for Transportation Electrification and Autonomous E-mobility

Room: E-2024, Bldg: E, 1100, Notre-dame ouest, Ecole de Technologie Superieure, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 1K3, Virtual:

Enhancing the life of Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery packs has been the topic of much interest. In this framework, the role of on-board cell voltage balancing of Li-ion batteries will be highlighted in this talk. This is a very important topic in the context of battery energy storage cost and life/state-of-charge/state-of-health (SOC/SOH) monitoring. This talk will... Read more

Vancouver TALK 15: Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 – Reflections of a Life Member


Speaker: Carl Zanon Registration is optional, but we want to know who to expect. 10:00 AM P.D.T. You can log in at 9:45 AM (12:45 PM Montreal) to check connection and say hello.All IEEE members are welcome, especially those Life Members that don't have a local Affinity Group. We are looking for speakers for the... Read more

Integrated multi-wavelength lasers : design, control and applications

Room: MC603, Bldg: McConnell Engineering building, 3480 University Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3A 0E9

Multi-wavelength lasers have emerged as a promising solution for a range of applications: from sensing to high-frequency signal generation or all-optical processing. For instance, they are an appealing solution to generate mm-wave or THz signals: besides the reduce footprint or the lack of required alignment, the coupling between modes leads to lower noise level. However,... Read more

Minimizing Bias in Medical AI

Room: EV1.162, Bldg: EV Building, 1515 Saint-Catherine St. W., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 1S6

Minimizing Bias in Medical AI The Montreal Chapter of the IEEE Signal Processing (SP) Society cordially invites you to attend the following talk, to be given by Prof. Pascal Tyrrell from the Department of Medical Imaging, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, on Friday April 28th 2023, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm at Concordia University... Read more

Can you hear our voice? Background of the Destruction and Ways Forward after February 2023 Earthquakes in Türkiye


IEEE SIGHT MTL is proud to present "Can you hear our voice? Background of the Destruction and Ways Forward after February 2023 Earthquakes in Türkiye" - an insightful event featuring guest speaker Fatma Özdoğan. Join us as we explore the potential of technology in mitigating the impact of natural disasters and improving our ability to... Read more

On the potentialities of millimeter waves for breast cancer detection

Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3A 0E9, Virtual:

EM-based medical technologies are receiving increasing interest in the global scientific community. One of the most studied applications in this field is the use of microwaves for cancer diagnosis, particularly for breast cancer detection, made possible by the significant dielectric contrast between healthy and neoplastic tissues. Several microwave imaging prototypes for breast cancer detection have... Read more

Integrated Photonic Quantum Information Processing

Room: MC603, Bldg: McConnell Engineering building, 3480 University Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3A 0E9

In recent years, photonics has become one of the key contenders in the race to build large-scale quantum computers. The prominence of photonics as a quantum information technology is underscored by the fact that it is one of only a handful of technology platforms which has achieved a quantum advantage, i.e., a large-scale quantum system... Read more

Privacy-Preserving Protocols for Health Informatics


Health Informatics (HI) is a challenging and expanding field of research which is driving innovation in healthcare delivery. HI facilitates data-driven decision making which both enhances the quality of care to patients and boosts efficiency for health-care providers. To achieve this, HI necessitates the acquisition and processing of large volumes of personal data, giving rise... Read more

The Global & Québec Photonics Industry Network

Room: Tudor-Jonhson Room, Bldg: Campus Varennes, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, 1650 Boulevard Lionel-Boulet, Varennes, Quebec, Canada, J3X 1P7

Join (, Technical Director Laser and Medical Markets, Optica, and (, Director Workforce & Photonics Education, Optonique & Optica Ambassador 2023 to share perspectives, needs and opportunities on the photonics industry network in Québec and worldwide. The meeting will be followed by a networking session with catering. Co-sponsored by: INRS Optica-SPIE Student Chapter Speaker(s): Dr... Read more