Ottawa Life Member Affinity Group presents: Ottawa L5, the first integrated Connected & Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) test environment in North America.
The Ottawa L5 private test track is a 1,866 acre, fenced and gated private facility with 16 kilometres of paved roads. The largest secure test facility for CAVs in Canada, the Ottawa L5 private test track creates an ideal proving ground for the safe and productive pre-commercial development, testing, validation and demonstration of CAV technologies. The Ottawa L5 testing facilities are equipped with GPS (RTK), dedicated short range communications (DSRC), Wi-Fi, 4G/LTE and 5G telecommunications and networking infrastructure, making it the first integrated CAV test environment of its kind in North America. Find more information at: https://www.investottawa.ca/ottawal5
Tour will last about an hour involving a walk around the site and a group discussion of various technical aspects of the L5 facility. An additional treat is the possibility of an autonomous shuttle ride at the site for some attendees.
Please register in advance with firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday October 11. Priority will be given to Life members. All members and family are welcome. There is an online liability waiver to be signed. The link will be provided to registrants.
- IEEE WIE Members: FREE
- IEEE Members: 10 CAD
- Non-members: 12 CAD
IEEE Women in Engineering is pleased to announce a lunch and learn on “Women’s Impact in the Industry” presented by Eng. Mohammed Ali Rencüz
TITLE: Women’s Impact in the Industry
Life in the software engineering world, some networking theory, and women’s impact in the industry!
Location: 4359 Mackenzie Building, Carleton University.
Time: 12:00-2:00 PM
Date: November 30th, 2019
Lecture Admission is FREE!
Lunch: FREE for IEEE WIE members / $12 others
RSVP is required for Lunch: email@example.com
BIOGRAPHY: Carleton University alumnus with B. Eng. Degree in Computer Systems. He is currently working as a Software Engineer in Cisco Systems.
Joing IEEE WIE Ottawa in attending Male Allyship in STEM Panel Discussion. The panel will include a complimentary lunch for a discussion of the roles and
responsibilities men can have in creating a positive and sustainable
impact in support of women in science and engineering, including
- The allyship continuum, from apathy to advocacy
- Challenges with allyship
- Examples of how men can support women in science and engineering
For more information, please visit: https://carleton.ca/engineering-design/cu-events/male-allyship-in-stem-a-panel-discussion/
Looking for a coop or a job? Want to make an impression at the networking events and during an interview. IEEE WIE Carleton and IEEE WIE Ottawa Section are teaming up to present an Interview and Networking Workshop. It will have two stations geared to get you ready for the coop or job hunt. The first half of the event will give you a chance to answer interview questions and be given feedback from professionals and hiring managers of all engineering fields. The second half focuses on how to make the right first impression at a networking event. Then stay for the mini networking session at the end of the night to try out your new skills. FREE food is provided and the knowledge you keep. See you there.
Space is limited so make sure to reserve a ticket! Please visit: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ieee-wie-carleton-and-ottawa-section-interview-and-networking-workshop-tickets-88979878211
Carleton University map: https://carleton.ca/campus/map/#RB