About IEEE Hamilton Section
IEEE is a world wide non-profit organization for the Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineers, with over 365,000 members in over 150 countries, almost 40 percent of whom are from outside the United States. We actively promote the latest technologies. In Canada, we have 20 sections located in the major cities.
IEEE Hamilton Section covers areas between Niagara Falls, Oakville, and Brantford with about 700 members - 598 full and associate members (2012-01-10), and 112 student members from McMaster University , Mohawk College, and Niagara College. The IEEE Hamilton Section complies with the IEEE Canada By-laws located here.
Postal Codes for the Hamilton Section are given here.
Each year we hold several technical and educational
seminars/workshops which are free to members and guests. Some events
require a minimal admission fee to members, and a nominal admission fee
to the general public.
Refreshments are always included, FREE. If time and manpower allow,
we'll also try to hold 1 or 2 field trips to some major manufacturers.
We always welcome new members.
Mailing List Update
The Hamilton Section uses two mailing lists.
The official e-Notice system is maintained by IEEE Piscataway based on your member information. That is why it is important to keep headquarters up to date on your information. If you prefer not to get e-Notice from the Hamilton Section you can optout here.
The supplementary list is maintained by the webmaster. It is for anyone who wants to keep informed on what is happening. They could belong to another section, or just be interested in IEEE. It is also for people that have two Email addresses and want notices delivered both places. For example, you may have your work Email listed at IEEE and want to get a second copy at home. Send requests for additions or deletions to the list to
News & Announcements
The 2012 Electrical Power and Energy Conference will be held in London
in October. It welcomes papers in many topics related to the
conference theme of Resilient Green Energy Systems for a Sustainable
Dave Hepburn has been monimated for the 2013 M.B. Broughton Central Canada Merit Award for his efforts in teacher mentoring with TISP. Click here for detail.
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