Latest Past Events

Network Programming Midterm Prep

Algonquin College 1385 Woodroffe Ave, Ottawa

Study and Cram Some of us have a midterm on week 10, so a room has been booked, snacks are being bought, and Kahoots are being written. Please RSVP via the official IEEE portal. Agenda 11:00 -Welcome and start 11:05 - Module 1 11:15 - Module 3 - Protocols & Models 11:45 - Module 4 - Physical Layer 12:15 - Lunch Break 12:45 - Module 5 - Number Systems 12:50 - Module 6 - Data Link Layer 13:20 - Module 7 - Ethernet Switching 13:40 - Module 8 - Network Layer 14:20 - Module 9 - Address Resolution 14:40 - Module 11 - IPv4 & Subnetting 15:30 - Module 13 - ICMP 16:00 - Participant choice review. 16:30 - Crib-sheet Preparation

Winter 2023 Meet’n’Greet: Hangout-Meeting-Pizza-Party

Come down to the DARE District Room 264. Pizza is on the house, just bring you stomachs! If you're unable to make it in person, join us on Discord in the Lounge. Photo by The Nix Company on Unsplash


Printed Circuit Boards 101

Algonquin College 1385 Woodroffe Ave, Ottawa

An evening of learning about printed circuit board design from an industry professional and OACETT. Hosted in CA413 (ACCE Building)   Join me, Adrian Gibbons, for a technical meet and greet at Algonquin College on November 30th, 2022 from 1900 to 2100 hours in room CA413 in the ACCE building. About Me: I'm an Algonquin Alumni. I graduated from the Electrical Engineering Technology program and the Wireless Mobility Telecommunications Engineering Technician program. I'm a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) member of the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists and an IPC Certified Interconnect Designer (CID). I've been working in the industry for more than five years, with 3.5 years as a PCB designer and I spent two years as part-time faculty teaching at Algonquin College. I'm passionate about engineering and education and I'm excited to introduce you to this high technology discipline. AGENDA An Introduction to OACETT - 1900 to 1930 Printed Circuit Boards 101 - 1930 to 2030 Q & A Period - 2030 to 2100 Topics will include the following: Who is OACETT? What do we offer members and students? How does one become certified? Why learn PCB design skills? What software technology enables PCB design? How does electrical signaling work on a PCB? An introduction to signal and power integrity Designing for Manufacturability (DFM) & Designing for Assembly (DFA) Review a real PCB design I look forward to seeing you at the event. Adrian Gibbons, C.E.T., CID