IEEE Windsor Section

December 9th, 2020

IEEE Windsor section held the Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 6.30 PM, Dec 04, 2020. First, Dr. Jedari, IEEE Windsor chair, gave a speech on the Windsor section’s general activities in 2020. Following that, the event continued with an invited talk by Dr. Iftekhar Basith from Sam Houston State University, USA, regarding leadership and its role in finding jobs. Afterward, Dr. Maike Luiken, the past Canadian IEEE president, provided a talk regarding IEEE, mainly IEEE Canada highlights. Then, Dr. Khalid, the central Canada chair and also the past IEEE Windsor chair, presented outstanding service awards and appreciation letters to the most active members and members, respectively. Finally, the AGM was finished by offering six gift cards to the audience.

September 8th, 2020

Date: Friday, September 4, 2020

Location: On-line

Description: Reinforcement Learning (RL) is a machine learning technique that has received increasing interest from the academic and industrial research communities. In this talk, I aim to explain why RL is awesome, highlight how RL is different from other machine learning methods, give examples of where RL can be used, and present a selection of open RL research problems. I will also provide suggestions for how interested students could best learn more about RL, in addition to taking formal academic classes on the subject.

This webinar has been recorded. You can watch it using the following link:

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April 12th, 2020

Date: Tuesday, MARCH 10, 2020

Location: CEI building

Description: This workshop provides a general introduction to the key features of COMSOL Multiphysics in emectromagnetic modeling while combining different studies. In this workshop, all phases of the analysis process will be presented through multiple practical examples. Finally, you will see how quick and easy it is to turn a sophisticated COMSOL model into a specialized application that any engineer can use.

April 12th, 2020

Date: Friday, MARCH 6, 2020

Location: CEI building

Description: A Zumba party for celebration of International Women’s Day.

April 12th, 2020

Date: Tuesday, MARCH 3, 2020

Location: CEI building

Description: This workshop provides a general introduction to the key features and capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics, its range of modules and applications in various engineering fields. You will learn about all the main aspects of using COMSOL, including the fundamentals of multiphysics modeling, so as to help you be confident with using the software to solve simulation problems.

April 10th, 2020

Date: Wednesday, FEB 12, 2020

Location: CEI building

Description: Students, Professionals, and Founders from all STEM fields are attended to the Driving Diversity: Women in STEM Networking Event. This was a unique opportunity to gain valuable connections and insight into experiences, resources, and pathways to STEM careers. The event was co-hosted by the University of Windsor’s EPICentre, Developer Student Club University of Windsor powered Google Developers and the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation. IEEE WIE Windsor section organized a table and presented the group activities to other women in stem groups.

April 10th, 2020

Date: Friday, JAN 31, 2020

Location: CEI building, Court Yard

Description: Calvin Love who is an expert technician in soldering provided an overview of basic manual soldering equipment and proper safety precautions for soldering. Different soldering alloys, including lead-free solders and also the proper soldering techniques for joining PCB components were discussed in this event.


December 12th, 2019

Date: Monday, DEC 2nd, 2019

Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Location: CAW and CEI building


  • Women in STEM

October 26th, 2019

Date: 9th October

October 4th, 2019

Topic: Literature Reviews Workshop

Description: Focus on Literature reviews- writing papers, thesis, and technical reports.

Speaker: Jason Horn.

Biography: Jason Horn has a BA with Honors in English Language and Literature and History from the University of Windsor where he also earned an MA in English language and literature while focusing on eco-criticism. In six years as an academic advisor, he has offered extensive supports to students and developed a strong understanding of the expectations of each of these and other disciplines. He also has extensive experience helping International students address the unique language and writing challenges they encounter while studying in Canada.

Location: CEI 2103

Outline of the Workshop: This is the second in a series of four writing workshops. Jason Horn will be providing us with excellent tips and tricks in writing papers, thesis, and technical reports. 

Date and Time: Friday, 04th October 2019  1 PM – 2 PM

Kindly register here to attend.

Thank you.