Mini-Career Fair 2021
January 28, 2021
Join us in our very first mini-career fair. This event featured 4 Canadian-based companies who specialise in the electrochemical field. Each company provided a brief presentation that will be followed by a Q&A session.
Calogy Solutions was founded in 2017 by Mahmood Shirazy and Luc Fréchette at the University of Sherbrooke. What began as a university project between two passionate individuals has evolved into a collection of experts and innovators who share this passion for science and thermal technologies, as well as a dedication to making a positive impact on the world. Calogy Solutions now specialises in thermal management technology for electric transport.
For more information about the company, visit their website at https://www.calogysolutions.com/en/
Operating since 2014 at the intersection of artificial intelligence, electrochemistry, signal processing, and high-power electronics, GBatteries has the first and only demonstrated technology that can ultra-fast charge lithium-ion batteries without compromising battery life or changing the battery's chemistry.
For more information about the company, visit their website at https://www.gbatteries.com
Hydrogenics, a Cummins Inc. company, is the worldwide leader in designing, manufacturing, building and installing industrial and commercial Hydrogen generation, Hydrogen fuel cells and MW-scale energy storage solutions. With roots spanning 70 years, Hydrogenics, a Cummins Inc. company, has been providing new technologies and applications for industrial and commercial Hydrogen systems to meet the demands.
For more information about the company, visit their website at https://www.hydrogenics.com
For 150 years, Suez has been an expert in water and waste management. Operating on 5 continents, SUEZ harnesses all its desire for innovation to achieve a smart and sustainable management of resources throughout the world. The company works with its customers to restore and conserve the planet's fundamental elements that are water, air and soil.
For more information about the company, visit their website at https://www.suez.com/en
Designing Scientific Firgures
February 25, 2021
The design of scientific figures is a key step that all researchers undertake as they present or publish their work, but one that they typically receive little training or education on how to do effectively. The Waterloo Electrochemical Society Student Chapter (WatECS) was delighted present a workshop on designing scientific figures, hosted by Felice Frankel. Felice is a science photographer and research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an internationally recognized expert in scientific graphics, visualization, photography, and communication of scientific results to the public.
The workshop was divided into two sections, the first included Felice's presentation on the significance of scientific figures with examples of methods used to improve them. The second part was a workshop where participants who submitted figures were able to discuss their figures with Felice and attendants for ways to improve their figure. More details on Felice’s work can be found on her website https://felicefrankel.com/
The first part of the event has been recorded and is available on our gallery page or by clicking the button below.
Scientific Presentation Skills
March 25, 2021
Holding a master of science in electrical engineering and a master of fine arts in writing, Michael Alley is an associate professor of engineering communication at Penn State. He is the author of The Craft of Scientific Presentations (Springer, 2013), which has been translated into Japanese and Chinese. Over the past decade, he has taught presentations to scientists and engineers on four continents, in sixteen countries, and at more than 150 institutions. He has presented at Google, MIT, Harvard Medical School, Texas Instruments, Simula Research Laboratory (Norway), Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and the European Space Organization in the high desert of Chile. Alley’s websites on presentations are top Google listings for the topics of “engineering presentations” and “scientific presentations”. More works from Michael Alley can be found on his website
The event has been recorded and is available on our gallery page or by clicking the button below.