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RRC Arduino Workshop

Sunday, March 16th, 2014

Abstract:

On March 22, 2014, the Red River College IEEE Student Branch will be hosting an Arduino workshop.
for beginners and intermediate users. The workshop will cover the basics of using LEDs, LCD screens,
motors, and sensors. Ultimately, the participants will use their skills to control a cookie extruding
conveyor machine, bake some cookies, and enjoy some tasty treats.

Speakers:

Dario Schor, Software Engineer at Magellan Aerospace Winnipeg
and
Troy Denton, Leads Systems Administrator / Developer, Younes Sleep Technologies Limited.

Time & Place:

Saturday, March 22, 2014 from 12:00noon to 5:00pm

Room A402 Red River College
160 Princess Street (Exchange District Campus)

Registration:

Seats are limited. Register online at arduino.rrcieee.org.

Cost is $5 for IEEE members and $10 for non-members + parts as listed on the website.

Pizza, pop, and cookies provided

Contact:

For more details, email info@rrcieee.org.

Downloads:

UMIEEE – Android Workshop

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

Date:

Friday, December 20, 2013 from 10am-4pm

Location:

E3-516 EITC
University of Manitoba

Speakers:

Mr. Paul White

Abstract:

In this workshop participants will learn how to develop applications for Android – the world’s leading mobile platform.

Registration:

$5 for IEEE members per workshop $10 for non-members per workshop. Bring your own Android if you have one.

To register, complete and submit the registration form.

Contact:

For more information contact Kiral Poon or Ray Blostein.

Welcome to IEEE GOLD!

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

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To welcome recent graduates into the IEEE GOLD Winnipeg community, we invite you to participate in a multi-facet event on May 9th that combines the best of what GOLD has to offer!

Event Details:

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2013
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Room E1-270, University of Manitoba
Transportation to Triple B’s not provided
Cost: FREE!
This event qualifies as APEGM Professional Development Hours

Both IEEE and non-IEEE members are encouraged to attend. Please register, so we can prepare a flash drive with the workshop materials. You can register by clicking here.

Event Schedule:

Part 1: Technical Seminar from the 2013 IEEE GOLD Capstone Award Recipients

Kasun Samarasekera, Udeesha Annakkage, and Malsha Annakkage will present their work on “Developing a Controller for an Electric Motorcycle Driven by a Permanent Magnet Brushed DC Motor”.

Part 2: Technical Workshop: “Quick & Dirty Way to Boot from a Linux Drive”

In under 60 minutes participants will be guided through the process of booting into Linux from a USB stick by current GOLD members, and will learn how to trouble-shoot some day-to-day problems.

Part 3: Networking + Snacks

Enjoy some delicious snacks while networking with current GOLD members. Learn how you can earn your APEGM Volunteer and Professional Development hours with IEEE GOLD.

Part 4: After Party at Triple B’s

Join IEEE GOLD for a relaxing evening of pool and beverages at Triple B’s.

IEEE GOLD Winnipeg focuses on professional development, technical expertise, and networking for recent graduates. This vibrant group organizes many events to help in the transition to industry.

For more information contact Kathryn Marcynuk, IEEE GOLD Winnipeg Chair, IEEE WiE Winnipeg Chair at marcynuk@ieee.org.

UofM Capstone Project Awards 2013

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

On April 8, 2013, the IEEE Winnipeg Section handed out the awards to the best Capstone Design Projects from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Manitoba.

2013 IEEE Winnipeg Section Undergraduate Thesis Award:

  • 1st Place Award
    • Students: Rory Jacob, Marc Friesen, Tyler Mailey, and Paul Grestoni
    • Project: “Real-Time Traffic Monitoring Utilizing Bluetooth Device Discovery”
    • Advisor: Dr. Bob McLeod

  • 2nd Place Award
    • Students: Kasun Samarasekera, Udeesha Annakkage, Malsha Annakkage
    • Project: “Developing a Controller for an Electric Motorcycle Driven by a Permanent Magnet Brushed DC Motor”
    • Advisor: Dr. Shaahin Filizadeh

  • 3rd Place Award
    • Students: Shan Dickson and Matthew McQuaker
    • Project: “ALFRED: Autonomous Logic Fulfillment for the Replenishment of Ethanol-based Drinks”
    • Advisor: Dr. Derek Oliver

UMIEEE/GOLD – Celebrate Pi Day with a Raspberry Pi Workshop

Monday, March 4th, 2013

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Date:

Thursday, March 14, 2013 from 7:30-9:30pm

Location:

E3-528 EITC
University of Manitoba

Speakers:

Mr. Troy Denton (MTS), Dr. Ahmad Byagowi (UofM), and Mr. Greg Linton

Abstract:

In this workshop participants will:

  • learn about, and how to use a Raspberry Pi (R-PI)
  • learn how to develop software for the R-Pi
  • learn how to control circuits and devices from the R-Pi
  • program an Arduino using a Raspberry PI
  • See a variety of R-Pi projects
  • and, of course, eat pie!

Pre-requisites:

Participants are required to bring and/or purchase all the hardware items listed in the registration page. These will be used throughout the workshop to configure the Raspberry Pi as well as to implement many of the examples.

Registration:

$10 for IEEE members per workshop $15 for non-members per workshop. Additional cost for hardware as listed on the registration page.

To register, complete and submit the registration form. before March 10, 2013.

Limited seating available (only 15 spots!). So sign up now!.

Event Sponsors:

  • UMIEEE
  • IEEE GOLD
  • MTS
  • Memory Express

Contact:

For more information contact Kiral Poon or Ray Blostein.

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