IEEE Illumination Conference
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Conference Details

  • IEEE Illumination 2017

    Date

    February 2nd and 3rd, 2018


    Location

    Louis' Loft
    93 Campus Dr, Saskatoon
    SK, Canada


    Keynote Speaker

    To Be Announced


    Ticket Prices

    To Be Announced


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Academic Funds

Illumination Academic Fund

An Academic Fund of $700 has been established to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students in the following endeavors:

a) Attending an electrical / computer engineering academic or IEEE conference to provide representation of University of Saskatchewan IEEE Student branch members

b) Other academic applications in electrical engineering

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

a) The applicant is [or becomes] a member of the IEEE. Applicants who are not IEEE members are still encouraged to apply to the Fund. However, if their request is approved, the applicant will be required to become a member of the IEEE before any monies are released to them.

b) The total amount of sponsorship funding the applicant receives from all entities, including the Fund, must not exceed the applicant’s expenses.

c) The conference or academic application in question exemplifies the mission statement of IEEE Illumination, consisting of the following:

i) The applicant must be an undergraduate student.

ii) The applicant is promoting the University of Saskatchewan and the Province of Saskatchewan.

iii) The conference or other application is electrical engineering or IEEE focused and academic in nature.

 

Applicants Non-conference academic applications must also meet the following additional criteria

  1. The academic event in question must not be class related.

To apply for this funding, send a letter explaining the need for funding to illumination@ieee.usask.ca.

 

Illumination Bursary

This $300 bursary is awarded to an undergraduate student based on the level of their involvement with the IEEE.

The applicant must be [or become] a member of the IEEE. Applicants who are not IEEE members are still encouraged to apply to the Bursary. However, if their request is approved, the applicant will be required to become a member of the IEEE before any monies are released to them.

The recipient will be chosen in March 2011 by the IEEE Illumination executive committee.

To apply for this bursary, send a letter explaining your IEEE involvement to illumination@ieee.usask.ca.