January-february 2016

Engineering Games, Québec Engineering Competition, Mégagéniale Expo… your talent and achievements are highlighted in this year’s first issue of STRENG.TH. I would like to congratulate the hundreds of students who participated in these activities, which bring into play competencies, attributes and values that engineers demonstrate every day in their work.
Ukrainian engineer Vladimir Tatarenko dreamed up this concept, which would allow airplane passengers to safely escape in the event of an emergency.
The OIQ will be on your campus during your career days. Look for the Streng.th booth to learn more about your future professional order from the OIQ’s motivated team, which hopes to speak to large numbers of you.
 
She is user-friendly and has a memory. She remembers you and your last conservation the next time she sees you. Her mood often changes from sad to happy. You might say that she is just like a human. But Nadine is not a human. This receptionist is a robot!
After two years of research, RS2E, a French research network of RS2E manufacturers and researchers, has unveiled the first sodium-ion battery prototype.

January-february 2016

From meetings to open houses, they have just one purpose: represent your interests outside of universities and faculties of engineering to make sure student life is positive. Who are they, you ask? They are the vice presidents of external affairs (VPex) of your student associations.
A reservist without reservations - Ntam Nda-Ngye has chosen to use his engineer status as a way to show his patriotism. PLAN invites you to get to know this foreign trained professional (FTP) who has chosen to earn his stripes in engineering in the Canadian Armed Forces.
As part of the 2016 Seeds for the Future Program, Huawei Canada is offering engineering students at ten Canadian universities, including Polytechnique Montreal for Québec, the chance to go on a two-week cultural and work experience trip to China.