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IEEE student branches provide a way to get money and guidance for projects so that engineering students can develop their research, development, project management and entrepreneurial skills while having a really interesting and informative time. It is often to your advantage to find several sponsors (sources of funds) and present a sound financial plan. Typical sources of funding are; your department, your faculty, a research group that is relevant to your project, your engineering society, your local IEEE Section, and the IEEE Canadian Foundation.

  • The IEEE Lasers & Electro-Optics Society has funds to encourage and support students' active participation in a team effort to conceptualize, plan, and implement a photonics systems project. The program provides three annual awards of $1500 each to support the development and demonstration of the project - full details

  • The IEEE Canadian Foundation has funds under the category of "special grants" to partially underwrite the costs of interesting student projects. Applicants are required to plan carefully and complete a detailed proposal which is required in order to assist students in developing successful project management skills - full details

    Example: A re-enactment of Marconi's first transatlantic wireless experiment more details

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