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CIM Lunch Presentation Oct. 24th: Four decades, Four Continents, Four Copper Operations – a Personal Perspective on Constraints

The upcoming Canadian Institute of Management’s (CIM) lunch presentation will take place on Wednesday, October 24 at 11 AM at Room 100, 615 Booth St., Ottawa. An optional lunch buffet will be available for members and non-members for $10 (free for students) after the presentation.

Mr. Eltringham has been selected as a CIM Distinguished Lecturer for his innovative thinking and problem-solving techniques that brought the field of copper smelting to new levels of safety, production and development. The last forty years are reviewed using four different copper operations, on four continents, as examples of the changes in thinking approaches the industry has developed. The prioritization of effort and resources is a skill that has developed continuously and necessarily at an ever increasing rate. The copper smelting procedures of Zambian Copperbelt (Africa), Kennecott Mine (North America), Escondida Mine (South America) and Olympic Dam mining centre (Oceania) will be explained and compared to demonstrate how technology, luck, shrewd business acumen and a vision can produce outstanding results and be a great source of learning about the “game” of mining.

Please RSVP by October 22nd to Aartee Khandelwal, CIM Facility Coordinator by email (akhandel@nrcan.gc.ca) or via phone (613-995-4146). For members travelling by car, paid parking can be found on Booth St. or a parking lot is available on Beech St./Rochester for approximately 5$.

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Cross-Canada Lecture Tour Presentation

Dr. Lee Barbour is a professor in the Department of Civil and Geological Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. His presentation titled Can we successfully reclaim Oil Sands Mine Closure Landforms? will discuss the difficulties associated with reclaiming oil-sand sand mines in Northern Alberta. More information about the presentation can be found here.

  • Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2012
  • Time: Registration at 11:45, 12:00: Full Hot Buffet Luncheon, 12:45: Presentation
  • Location: Hellenic Meeting and Reception Centre, 1315 Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa, Ontario
  • Presentation: Can we successfully reclaim Oil Sands Mine Closure Landforms?
  • Speaker: Dr. Lee Barbour
  • Admission: $15 OGG members; $20 non-members; $10 students (cash or cheque only)
  • RSVP: treasurer.ogg@gmail.com by Noon April 16, 2012

**Please note that it is only $20 to become a member of the OGG. You can sign up at this event!

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Lunch Potluck

As another semester is coming to a close, it’s time for one more SEEDS potluck! Please join us on Friday, March 30 2012 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to share a lunch and some great conversation. The golden spoon award will once again be up for grabs.

SEEDS Lunch Potluck:
Date: Friday March 30, 2012
Time: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Place: ME 3328 (Carleton University)
Cost: Free if you bring a dish to share, $4 if you don’t. Disposable dishes are $1 so, be green and bring your own!

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OGG Lunch Presentation

Hi There SEEDS Fans,

The Ottawa Geotechnical Group (OGG) is pleased to announce the following luncheon presentation:

Age Dating Techniques for Middle Distillate Fuels and Heavy Petroleum Products

By Taras (Terry) Obal

If you haven’t been to an OGG lunch presentation they are a real treat! Not only do you get to meet working professionals but you also get to learn about something you aren’t necessarily exposed to in your classes. The cherry on top has got to be the very affordable hot lunch buffet. I recommend you make time to attend!

Here are the details:

  • Date: Monday February 6, 2012
  • Time: Registration at 11:45, 12:00 full hot buffet luncheon, 12:45 presentation
  • Location: Hellenic Meeting and Reception Centre, 1315 Prince of Wales Drive (easy walk from Carleton)
  • Admission: $15 OGG members; $20 non-members; $10 students (cash or cheque only)
  • RSVP: please email  treasurer.ogg@gmail.com by noon on February 4, 2012
  • For an abstract of the presentation and more information about presenter, please click here.

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Welcome Back! We’re having a Pizza Lunch!

Hi everyone,

The SEEDS team would to show you our appreciation for all your support and help over the past two and a half years. Can you believe it’s been that long? To show you are thanks, we’re having a pizza lunch tomorrow, Wednesday January 11th from 11:30am to 1pm in the Grad Lounge (6th floor Uni Center). Hope to see you there and once again, welcome back!

– Natalie

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OGG Lunch Presentation: The Science of Judgement

The Ottawa Geotechnical Group (OGG) is pleased to announce the following CCLT luncheon presentation:

The Science of Judgement

By Steven G. Vick

Date:   FRIDAY, October 28, 2011
Time:   11:45 am: Registration
12:00 pm: Lunch (Hot Buffet)
12:45 pm: Presentation
Location:       Hellenic Community Centre, 1315 Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa, Ontario
Admission:    $15 for OGG members; $20 for non-members; $10 for students (cash or cheque)
RSVP:            Michel Timmons (OGGtreasurer@hotmail.com) by Noon October 26, 2011

Click Here for More Info on the presentation

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Green Energy Symposium

The second annual Carleton University Green Energy Symposium (CUGES) is set to take place next Saturday November 5th in Minto Foyer at Carleton University.

The best thing about this day-long conference is that it is free for all attendees and includes lunch and refreshments. The conference aims to break new ground when it comes to raising awareness and knowledge of sustainable development, on both a social and technological level. Guests will be exposed to several educational morning presentations from industry experts in various facets of sustainability. During the afternoon, a thought-provoking panel discussion on Poverty and the Environment will challenge industry experts to present their ideas on global consumption.

  •  Date: Saturday, November 5
  • Location: Minto Centre Foyer, Carleton University Campus
  • Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (see attached agenda here for detailed schedule)
  • Cost: Free, including refreshments and lunch; pre-registration is not required

 Students of all ages, faculty members, industry professionals and outside guests are all welcome. Any inquiries may be directed to the Carleton University Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Society (SREE Soc.), at carletonSREE@gmail.com.

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OPEN HOUSE


The Ottawa Valley Executive of the Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA) and SEEDS would like to invite you to our Open House, which is set to take place on Thursday October 13 at 7pm in room 132 Azrieli Pavillion.

This evening will include:

  • A presentation by Mr. Bill Wong, P.Eng, a senior project manager and a process specialist, has over 25 years of technical and business experience in the environment, energy and healthcare sectors. An abstract of his presentation titled Innovation in Renewable Energy Technologies and Applications can be found below.
  • Information and benefits of joining the A&WMA and SEEDS (Networking, Scholarships, Awards)
  • Presentation by students who placed 2nd at the A&WMA’s student competition, the Environmental Challenge International (ECi) in Orlando, Florida
  • A chance to network with local professionals on opportunities for recent grads in the environmental field

The event is free to attend and light refreshments will be served. However, space is limited so please RSVP by clicking here.

Azrieli Pavilion is located between the Tory Building and Dunton Tower along Library road. For a more detailed map please click here.

Abstract: 

Innovation in renewable Energy Technologies and Applications 

Solar and wind power has become more mainstream. Solar hot water systems are readily available across Canada. Where are the new opportunities for renewable energy integration into our built-environment? What are the barriers? How can we move to the next level of sustainable energy management in our communities? Through several project examples audience will learn about innovative ways of renewable energy technology integration and work to shape the future of our communities.

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CU-WISE Kick-Off Event!

Carleton’s Women in Science and Engineering group invites you to their annual Kick-Off Event at Oliver’s! Come out and meet undergraduate and graduate female student in engineering and science at this FREE event. Refreshments & Light Snacks Provided! CU-WISE is a group of enthusiastic undergraduate and graduate students who encourage and support women to pursue an education or career in Science and Engineering.

CU-WISE Kick-Off Event

  • Date & Time: Wednesday, October 5th , 5:00-7:00 PM.
  • Location: Oliver’s
  • Cost: Free!

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New ASHRAE Student Chapter at Carleton

Please Note: this meeting has been resheduled for MONDAY OCTOBER 17TH at 6:00pm in SGRC (room 5326 Mackenzie). For more details click here

Don’t know what ASHRAE is? Don’t worry I didn’t either. ASHRAE is an acronym for “American Society of HVAC Engineers” and they specialize in smart building design, LEED and HVAC. There are a couple of students looking to start a student chapter at Carleton.

The purpose of the Carleton student chapter is to get students to purchase a student membership and come out to ASHRAE’s Ottawa Valley monthly chapter meetings. At these meetings students have the amazing opportunity to network with a lot of big companies. During the meetings, students will be provided with a meal and a lecture on hot topics in the industry. Having a Carleton ASHRAE membership means members do not pay for these meals or the event. The price of the membership is yet to be decided but it will be somewhere between 20$-50$ and will last for the entire year.

Katie and Laura (the two students who are spearheading this initiative) will be hosting a quick 20 minute info meeting on OCTOBER 12th at 5:30pm in SGRC (that’s the Student Group Resource Room, it’s on the 5th floor of Makenzie and to get there you have to take the stair between the 2nd and 3rd blocks). If you are interested in ASHRAE and becoming a member, then I encourage you to go to the meeting. Networking, a lecture and a meal is a pretty good deal for any student! For additional information email Katie and Laura at ashrae.carleton@gmail.com

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