IEEE Women in Engineering along with IEEE young professional Quebec section in IPTA 2017

The seventh International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Tools and Applications (IPTA 2017) was hold on November 28th to December 1st, in Montreal, Canada. The IEEE Women in Engineering along with IEEE young professional Quebec section was also participated in the conference.

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IEEE Women in Engineering along with IEEE young professional Quebec section in AITA 2017

The 14th International Workshop on Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications, AITA 2017, was hold from September 27 to September 29, 2017 while IEEE Women in Engineering along with IEEE young professional Quebec section were presented in the exhibition hall of AITA 2017 for promoting good works and increasing the activities of IEEE members in the scientific societies.

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Atelier LaTeX/ LaTeX Workshop


Link to documents

Engineering introduction for kids

Inspirer les jeunes de milieux défavorisés

Inspirer les jeunes de milieux défavorisés

Let’s vote to “Tournée Géniale” project!

This project aims to provide free scientific activities and introduction to engineering for kids from unprivileged schools in Montreal. This project is currently finalist at the contest “Inventer le monde de demain” from the Réseau des ingénieurs.

For voting use to the following link:

Votes are accepted until November 20th! Hurry up!

Campagne de sensibilisation – Femmes et STIM


The team from the Chair for Women in Science and Engineering in Quebec wants to educate girls and their families to careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). To this end, we have planned an awareness campaign via social networks.

This campaign will take place on 10 November. You are invited to take part in the event via your social networks. Indeed, throughout the day, students and women in STEM are encouraged to publish a picture of her, alone or in groups, holding a sheet explaining why she changes the world as a part of their duties with the word #STIM for a Better World.

Formation of Quebec Women In Engineering (WIE) group & International Women’s day celebration


Monday, March 9, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – We Will Make it Happen at Québec, Université Laval. Women of diverse backgrounds will come together to celebrate 2015 International Women’s Day. Share ideas and conversation with like-minded women and enjoy Cake and drink together. Sponsored by IEEE Women in Engineering. Register for your free ticket .

Place: Le Pub universitaire , 2325, rue de l’Université, local 1312, Pavillon Alphonse-Desjardins, Quebec, Canada


 25th anniversary of the École Polytechnique de Montréal tragedy ( Action to prevent violence against women)


December 4, 2014: Exhibition and panel

To highlight the 12 days of activism against violence against women and the 25th anniversary of the Polytechnique tragedy, Claire Bonenfant Chair-Women, Knowledge and society, Le Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire sur la violence familiale et la violence faite aux femmes (CRI-VIFF),  le Regroupement des maisons pour femmes victimes de violence conjugale and IEEE WIE Quebec, invite you on December 4th, from 10am to 16h, at the Atrium Jean-Guy Paquet Pavilion Pollack.
An art exhibition to denounce violence against women and to propose alternatives will be presented. Come visit and make it your contribution!
The exhibition will be officially opened from 11:30.

Understanding the Gender Gap in Patents and How to Overcome It

Women Engineers are invited to a discussion of the gender stereotypes that are affecting their careers in general and in patenting and commercialization specifically, so they can develop the necessary strategies for a career in patenting and commercialization. Understanding brings empowerment.

Understanding the Gender Gap in Patents and How to Overcome It
*IEEE Women in Engineering Webinar Series with Sharon Barney

Friday, November 14, 2014
9:00 am / Eastern Standard Time  / 1 HR
Free (
You don’t have to be a member of IEEE)

Register here

UPCOMING WEBINAR- Young Professionals in collaboration with IEEE Women in Engineering:

“Why Engineering Matters for Women”
Date: 31 July 2014 
Time: 2:30 PM Eastern Time
There is an outdated belief that girls are not as good at science and math subjects as boys, but according to the report Generation STEM, high school girls earn more math and science credits than boys do, and their GPAs, aggregated across math and science classes, are higher than boys. Still, these stereotypes can hold girls back and question their abilities. Our webinar speaker, Monique Morrow, CTO of Cisco Services focuses on developing strategic technology and business architectures for Cisco customers and partners, and will show you why a career in engineering is an excellent opportunity!
Register now for this exciting webinar: