IEEE Toronto Newsletter - November. 2022

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IEEE Research Articles

Green Computing and Environment

Information technology (IT) oversees consuming up to 10% of the world's electricity generation, adding to CO2 emissions and high energy costs ...
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Smart Phone

The Role of Smartphone Applications in Trip Planning and Travel Behavior

By: Shaila Jamal A smartphone can serve as a entirely functional and efficient computer and with its various dynamic applications, ...
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IEEE Supporters

IEEE Supporter

Congratulations Dr. Lian Zhao !  We are happy to share a news that a member of our IEEE Toronto Section, ...
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Coming Events

Engineering Month

Every year in March, the Canadian engineering community celebrates National Engineering Month. It is the largest celebration of engineering excellence ...
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IEEE Toronto Events

career opportunities – talk and Q&A with students and graduates

Room: 2nd floor Auditorium, Bldg: Toronto Rehab Institute, 550 University Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5G2A2

A conversation with Dr. Vena, talking about caeer opportunities for students and young graduates. Speaker(s): Dr. Dan Vena, Room: 2nd floor Auditorium, Bldg: Toronto Rehab Institute, 550 University Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5G2A2

IoT Workshop for Pre-University Educators (Kick-Off Meeting)

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/328095

Network-based telemetry is embedded into virtually all modern products and systems in order to create new value for end users. Think of the Tesla automobile, that can update its own operating software, so the brakes work better! Pre-university ECE students need exposure to the hardware and protocols used in Internet-of-Things

Latest developments in cable connection assemblies for HVDC gas insulated switchgear

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/343520

As the energy transition picks up pace, and renewables are being built in larger capacities and more remote locations, HVDC transmission technologies is poised to play a vital role in integrating these clean energy resources into the existing grid. Particularly in offshore applications, the use of submarine cables means that

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