IEEE Ottawa Section 75th Annual General Meeting and Banquet
We are pleased to welcome you to the 75th Annual General Meeting of the IEEE Ottawa Section.
This annual event provides an opportunity for recognizing and honouring outstanding individuals and groups within the IEEE Ottawa Section and hearing from academia and industry leaders through keynote speeches.
This event sells out every year and attracts 150+ members and leaders from academia, industry, and government. In addition to a great agenda, there will be plenty of time allotted for socializing, networking and enjoying a night of entertainment.
This year’s theme is Smart Cities and Marc René de Cotret, Director, Service Transformation, City of Ottawa, will present Smart City 2.0, the City of Ottawa’s smart city strategy built on three pillars: connectivity, a smart economy, and an innovative municipal government.
IEEE Member: $45
IEEE Graduate Student Member: $35
IEEE Life Member: $35
IEEE Student Member: $35
IEEE Non-Member: $65
Elections: The IEEE Ottawa Section Nominations and Appointments Committee will propose the nominees for the 2020 IEEE Ottawa Section Executive. The elections will be held during the AGM Business at 06:00 PM.
Dinner: A three course dinner will be served.
Garlic & Cauliflower - (Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free) - Roasted Garlic and Truffled Cauliflower Soup with Charred Cauliflower
Main Course Menu Options:
- Artichoke Caprese Chicken Supreme - Stuffed Ontario Chicken Supreme, Spinach Orzo Pasta, Thyme Butter Braised Baby Vegetables and Olive Oil Demi-Glaze
- Miso Glazed Salmon (Dairy Free) - Buckwheat Noodles, Sesame Seed Braised Daikon and Carrots with Lemongrass Lobster Broth and Lobster Salsa
- White Bean Truffle Cassoulet - (Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free) - White Bean Cassoulet with Eggplant and Lentil Meatless Meatballs, Fleur de Sel Crouton
Cheesecake - (Vegetarian) - White Chocolate, Pumpkin and Local Goat Cheese with Berry Splash and Cardamom Spread
Note that a Tatin or a fruit plate is available as dessert upon request. Please leave a comment in the "Special Requests" field on the registration page if you have any dietary restrictions or require any accommodations.
Tatin - (Vegetarian, Vegan, Dairy Free, and Gluten Free) - Upside Down Peach Tort with an Oat Crumble Crust)*for those that cannot have the cheesecake due to dietary restrictions*
Date and Time
- Date: 15 Nov 2019
- Time: 05:30 PM to 10:30 PM
- All times are America/Toronto
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- 55 Colonel By Drive
- Ottawa, Ontario
- Canada K1N 9J2
- Building: Shaw Centre
- Room Number: Trillium Ballroom
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- Starts 08 October 2019 12:01 AM
- Ends 09 November 2019 11:59 PM
- All times are America/Toronto
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- Menu: Please select Menu , Artichoke Caprese Chicken Supreme , Miso Glazed Salmon , White Bean Truffle Cassoulet
Marc René de Cotret, Director, Service Transformation of City of Otatwa
Smart City 2.0, the City of Ottawa’s smart city strategy, is built on three pillars: connectivity, a smart economy, and an innovative municipal government. Marc’s presentation will provide a high level overview on the progress of the implementation of the strategy, focusing on some recent key initiatives. These include projects related to the autonomous vehicle test track, open data program and mobile app as well as initiatives to better leverage artificial intelligence and augmented reality, among others. Finally, he will conclude with a look ahead at upcoming projects.
Marc René de Cotret joined the City of Ottawa’s Innovative Client Services Department as the Director of Service Transformation in April 2017.
He leads the Service Transformation team, which is responsible for delivering the City’s strategic planning process, smart city strategy, digital and innovation initiatives, open data program, and organizational effectiveness efforts to cultivate a culture of innovation and client-centric service delivery.
Prior to joining the City, Marc was an Associate Partner with the Digital Operations practice of IBM’s Global Business Services. He has extensive consulting experience in strategy, business operations, and transformation. He has worked for large-scale clients in numerous sectors including all levels of government, public safety, health care, construction and engineering, defense, pulp & paper, industrial shipbuilding, nuclear regulatory, and taxation.
Marc has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Ottawa.
Address:Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Friday 15 November 2019