An invitation to participate in the 2019 IEEE Ottawa Photonics Student Paper Competition (Update)

The IEEE Ottawa Section Photonics Chapter would like to invite the student presenters at Photonics North 2019 to participate in the 2019 IEEE Ottawa Photonics Student Paper Competition.  To participate you must be the first author and the presenter of a paper (either oral or poster presentation) at the Photonics North 2019.

The contestant must be an undergraduate or graduate student attending Ottawa region universities or colleges. The qualified institutions are

University of Ottawa

Carleton University

Université du Québec en Outaouais. (UQO)

Algonquin College

La Cité Collégiale

CEGEP Heritage College

To enter the contest, email the following to IEEE Ottawa Photonics Chapter Treasurer and Senior Past Chair Dr John Bernard:

• Your full name and name of the college / university

• Name of your supervisor

• Title of the paper presented at the 2019 Photonics North conference

• A pdf copy of the paper submitted to the Photonics North via IEEE Xplore

One entry per student, entry deadline is Monday Oct 7th, 2019.  Every submission will receive an acknowledgement email from Dr Bernard.

There will be 2 cash awards.  The winners will be announced on Nov 1st, 2019 and awards will be given out at the IEEE Ottawa Section 75th Annual General Meeting on 15 Nov. 2019. 

We would like to encourage the student research activities in Photonics and the participation of the Photonics North conference.  We thank all participants and wish them good luck.

Please tell as many follow students about this paper competition as possible, in case we have missed anyone. Please also think about presenting a paper at Photonics North 2020.

If you have any question please feel free to contact the Ottawa Chapter Senior Past Chair:

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