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Winter Networking Event: The Role of Sensors in Modern Society - February 20, 2014

The Graduate committee of the NSERC-CREATE Integrated Sensor Systems Training Program (ISS) would like to take this opportunity to proudly announce the hosting of our second and combined Winter Networking Event and  Photo Exhibition and Competition on The Role of Sensors in Modern Society".

When: 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm -Thursday, February, 20, 2014  (reception from 7:00 pm)

Where: University of Sherbrooke,3000 boul. de l'UniversitĂ©, Sherbrooke, Quebec J1K 0A5

Student registration fee: only $10 for registration by February 15 and $15 after February 15

                    We are inviting experts from industry and universities to present

A Photo Exhibition/Competition will be an integral part of this event. All participating students can submit their image related to their present or past research work (such as image of a device, procedure, working group, etc.).  The four (4) best images are going to be selected. The two first prize winners will receive $100 each and the two second prize winners will get $25 worth of gift certificate each.

Snacks and drinks will be served during the reception. 

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The ISS Training Program is funded in part by Funded in part by the National Science & Engineering Research Council of Canada and by the Participating Universities:  

  Training program activities hosted by McGill University     ISS hosted in concert with Universite de Sherbrooke          ISS hosted in concert with Ecole Polytechnique       ISS hosted in concert with INRS