WIE Events at ECCE – Come and join us!
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WiE Travel Grant Program
Applications open May 17 through July 7, 2019
Travel grants will be available for professional women in engineering and students to attend ECCE 2019, details available here.
Note: this grant is not for students co-authoring papers. Click here for the student travel grant program.
The amount of the grants will depend on the travel distance.
Applications are now closed.
NEW: Here the final list of the 18 TG winners.
From North America
Zoleikha Abdollahi Biron
From the Rest of the world
Oumaima Ben Amira
In the past two years 41 women were awarded travel grants to attend ECCE 2017 and 2018. For further information: email@example.com
WiE Special Session Announcement
PELS-IAS Women in Engineering Breakfast – Wednesday
There is no cost to attend this breakfast, walk-ins are welcome, RSVP is encouraged: Sign up here
Date and Time: Wednesday, October 2 at 8:00am-9:00am
Location: Room 325
Join us for the WIE Breakfast, where our speakers are prominent women in power electronics and engineering. Over breakfast, we listen to a dynamic woman speaker share her career challenges and triumphs and invite discussion on relevant topics. The WIE Luncheon is open to all who support our efforts in providing mentorship to women in engineering and is free of charge. This event is sponsored by PELS and IAS.
Speaker: Dr. Tanya Gachovska, Solantro Semiconductor
Title: The Role of Mentorship in My Career Path from Bulgaria to Canada
Abstract: In this talk, I will share my personal story of mentorship and the mentors in my life and how they helped shape my career path from high school in Bulgaria to my current position as Senior Verification Engineer in Canada.
Family Room during the Conference
Date: Monday through Thursday
Location: Room 334
The ECCE Family Room will be available for the duration of the conference with a child-friendly environment to interact with your kids. The room will provide various snack and drinks, a place to watch movies/shows, books, coloring materials, games, and a nap area. We will also have a Bring and Share program, where attendees are welcome to bring a book, game, or toy to be used in the Family Room during the conference and take back home at the end.*
*Kids using the Family Room should be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or caregiver at all times.