Queen’s Engineering Competition (QEC)
The Queen’s Engineering Competition aims to inspire excellence through competition within the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Delegates are invited to a conference style case competition and are asked to select one of eight challenges of the type engineers encounter every day. This opportunity to take our skills outside of the classroom shows ourselves and our industry partners the competence and creativity we all hold within us.
The winners of each category are selected to compete at the Ontario Engineering Competition (OEC), where they compete for cash prizes and a chance to attend the Canadian Engineering Competition (CEC).
Engineering students from all years and disciplines are welcome to participate in any of our eight categories:
- Junior Design
- Senior Design
Commerce and Engineering Environmental Conference (CEEC)
We are the Commerce & Engineering Environmental Conference held at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. As the premier undergraduate sustainability conference in Canada, we aim to expose delegates to the rapidly expanding and disruptive green industry, an area with substantial economic and social impact. CEEC explores the business opportunities and technology that will allow for the next generation of great companies to lead us into a world that is built upon renewable energy and other green innovation.
Queen’s Space Conference (QSC)
The Queen’s Space Conference (QSC), held at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, is an annual, non-profit, student-run conference focused on connecting undergraduate students with Space industry leaders. The conference is centered around a series of exciting talks, innovative workshops, and networking opportunities.
We strive to bring together industry professionals in order to provide delegates the most informative, inspiring, and memorable conference possible. QSC is about sparking thought and idea-generation, about raising the awareness of the potential of the space industry, and about piquing the interest of the future generation of that industry.
Queen’s Conference on Business Technology (QCBT)
The conference tackles two subjects that are collectively shaping our world and the way we live. Over a two day weekend, a group of talented and impactful students connect with industry leaders to progress themselves in both an academic and social sense. Bringing together 130 students from over 12 different schools around Canada, QCBT is a winning formula for curious minds to engage in meaningful content that will explore the business and technology space.
Queen’s Global Energy Conference (QGEC)
QGEC aims to educate delegates on trends and technologies in a variety of energy sectors, while providing insight into how they affect the energy industry as a whole.
Our goal is to provide delegates with a unique world view of the energy industry by connecting them with experts, thought leaders and innovators from across different energy sectors. The conference provides industry professionals with the opportunity to inspire a new generation of talent, and guide them through this state of change.
Conference on Industry and Resources: Queen’s University Engineering(CIRQUE)
The Conference on Industry and Resource: Queen’s University Engineering was founded in 1983 to show engineers the versatility of the engineering degree
and the wide spectrum of job opportunities available to engineering graduates. Each year, CIRQUE connects motivated and intelligent students with industry leaders, who share their insights and experiences into career paths and succeeding after graduation.
Previous speakers include Professor David Wallace of MIT, astronaut Chris Hadfield, and Sleep Country Canada co-founder Steve Gunn. We welcome you to a weekend of stimulating speakers, one on one conversation and delicious meals as you learn about your future in engineering. A portion of the committee for CIRQUE 2017 will be hired early in September and we encourage all years to apply! Check the Engineering Society website for updates!
If you and your conferences are interested in becoming ratified by the Engineering Society, questions, concerns, and general inquires can be brought to the Director of Conferences at email@example.com (current Director can be seen on ‘Contact Us’ page). In order to become ratified, you must complete the attached form in its entirety and present the ratification as a motion at an Engineering Society Council.