General Events Calendar
of Calendar Events
about the dates and events below are supplied by the organizers.
Users are urged to confirm dates and topics via the contacts listed.
you have an event that you would like posted to this website please
send the information to Barbara Jensen at fax: (780) 425-1722 or
CIPHEX WEST 2004 TRADE SHOW AND CONFERENCE
2 & 3, 2004, Roundup Centre, Stampede Park, Calgary. Approx 225 exhibitors displaying plumbing, heating, ventilation,
air conditioning, water treatment products, plus related tools,
equipment and software. Exhibitors come from across Canada and
the United States.
Seminars Daily seminars will be offered. Admission is free to CIPHEX
West visitors. For more information see their website www.ciphexwest.ca
& GAS DISCLOSURE CONFERENCE
Nov. 1 & 2 - 2004, Calgary. Contact Christina
Marshall for more information at,
MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS
Nov. 3 &4 - 2004, Calgary. Contact
Christina Marshall for more information at, Email: email@example.com
or Tel: 613-526-3280.
WORLD ENGINEER'S CONVENTION
Nov. 2-6, 2004, Shanghai, China.
An international event held every four years in the fashion of an "Olympiad
of Engineers", sponsored by WFEO and UNESCO. The theme is "Engineers
Shape the Sustainable Future". Contact:
Ms. Lin Tham (Canadian Contact),
Foundation for International Training China Association for Science and Technology,
Tel: 905-305-8680 x242 Tel: 86-10-6213-7034,
Fax: 905-305-8681 Fax: 86-10-6218-0142,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com, website:
U of A ENGINEERING EDMONTON REGIONAL ALUMNI RECEPTION
FOR CHEMICAL, MATERIALS, METALLURGICAL AND COMPUTER PROCESS CONTROL
Nov. 3, 2004
TIME: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Engineering Solarium (2nd Floor)
Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex
University of Alberta Campus
116 Street & 92 Avenue
Join other Edmonton-area University of Alberta Engineering alumni
and their spouses/guests for an evening of renewing acquaintances,
connecting with colleagues, and celebrating the Faculty's accomplishments.
Dr. David Lynch, Dean of Engineering, looks forward to meeting
you and updating you on the Faculty's recent successes and plans
for future growth.
There is no charge for this event. Complimentary hors d'oeuvres
and beverages will be served. Business attire recommended.
Please confirm your attendance by Wednesday, October 27, 2004,
using one of the following methods:
Register online at www.engineering.ualberta.ca/events.cfm (preferred)
Phone (780) 492-7050 or 1-800-407-8354.
Fax a copy of your business card (or your name, company name, professional
designation, and phone number) to (780) 492-0500, Attention: Leanne
IN SETT (SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, TRADES & TECHNOLOGY
- BUILDING COMMUNITIES
5, 2004. St. Johns, NL. A Project of the Canadian
Coalition for Women in Engineering, Science and Technology
- CCWEST. For more information: http://www.harbour.sfu.ca/scwist/WinSETT%20Announcement1.pdf
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY 2004
7-11, 2004, San Francisco, Airport Marriott Hotel,
California. The 2004 Conference Theme: Bridging to the Next Frontier:
- Bridging the convergence
- Bridging the collaboration
- Bridging the communication
For further information, please visit web site: http://www.nanotechcongress.com
NANO WORLD EXPO 2004: In conjunction with the ICNT Meeting, the
Nano World Expo 2004 will feature the state-of the art products
and services from leading Nanotech companies, research organizations
and technology service firms from the USA and around the world
on November 8-10, 2004.
further information on Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities,
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.nanoworldexpo.com
AND ARCTIC GEOTECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM
15 & 16, Ramada Hotel Downtown, Calgary. The
Cold Regions Geotechnology Division, in association with the
Canadian Geotechnical Society is pleased to be able to organize
The URL for our event is: http://www.cgs.ca/legacy_symp
WESTERN CANADIAN INNOVATION CONFERENCE
17 & 18,
Western Canadian Innovation Conference. A solid program to help
you and your company jump-start your way to innovative excellence.Online
HERE, Register by Phone: THECIS: 403-601-6931.
2004 ENCON LOSS CONTROL SEMINARS
Nov 3, Casino NS, Halifax (2:00-5:00 pm)
Nov 24, Westin Edmonton (9:00 am- 12:00 pm)
Nov 25, Fairmont Hotel, Calgary (9:00 am-12:00 pm)
Dec 7, Fairmont Hotel Vancouver (9:00am - 12:00 pm)
Dec 16, Hilton Bonaventure, Montreal (French Session Only 9:00am-
Lorelei Scott, CAE, Manager, Member Services,
Canadian Council of Professional Engineers,
1100 - 180 Elgin Street,
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2K3.
Tel: (613) 232-2474, Ext. 241,
Fax: (613) 230-5759,
A&WMA /CPANS NOVEMBER LUNCHEON ANNOUNCEMENT
Nov. 30, 2004, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. – The Faculty
Club. E nvironmental Health Risk Management – Underlying Reality
- Presented by Dr. Steve E. Hrudey. For more information,
contact Kristina (780) 951-8736 or email: Kristina.email@example.com.
Website: www.cpans.org or www.awma.org