IEEE presents an introduction to the Canadian Electric Code for students! Ever wondered about the standards regulating building wiring? The CEC is vital to many areas of electrical engineering and employers look for students and graduates who have experience with it. Come and learn the basics of the CEC and why it is important to engineers and to your career! We will cover an introduction to the sections of the code, look at practical examples and more!
“Unlock Your Higher Studies Goals” is a webinar organized by EIES in collaboration with the WIE (Women in Engineering) Affinity group, IEEE Student Branch, University of Ruhuna. We aim to motivate and encourage students to choose the correct higher studies pathway that will help them achieve their career goals.
It will especially focus on facing and succeeding in the various challenges we face as students and how to be a goal-oriented individual while following your passion for Engineering. Two experienced speakers and professionals in the industry are ready to inspire the next generation of young scholars!
A slight presentation about the upcoming events :
The second edition of ” Project Build A Thon “.
Tech Talk #4.
IEEE’s got Talent.
The HR manager will be congratulating members of the month.
You are invited to the Monthly Meeting of the IEEE Florida West Coast Chapter of the Robotics and Automation Society (RAS).
Today is a ROBOFEST Kickoff meeting
Discusses the use of overleaf in article templates according to the IEEE template provisions.