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Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute


Institut aéronautique et spatial du Canada

Toronto Branch

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Branch Executive

Position Incumbent Organisation
Chair Chris Hayball Bombardier
Councillor Alex Tsoulis MHICA
Vice Chair and ‘Flyer’ Editor Gillian Clinton Clinton Research
Secretary Fatemeh Mousavilar Bombardier
Treasurer Bhavik Mody Burloak Technologies
Education Chair Amir Masoud Tahvilian Pratt & Whitney Canada

Branch Flyers 2019

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Branch Calendar

Upcoming events

    • September 25, 2019
    • 2:00 PM
    • York University Room 422, Petrie Science & Engineering Building

    2019 CASI President's Tour

    Opportunities with High Altitude

    Pseudo-Satellites (HAPS)

    A presentation by Dr. Jacques Giroux

    President, Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute

    September 25 | 14:00 H

    York University

    Room 422, Petrie Science & Engineering Building

    2:00 pm – Meet & greet

    2:15 pm – Presentation begins

    Contact: Isaac B Smith

    Jacques Giroux is a Business Development Manager for Space and Defence Systems in ABB’s Measurements and Analytics Business Unit located in Quebec City, Canada. This business unit is part of ABB Inc., a Canadian corporation member of the ABB group that operates in more than 100 countries with about 135,000 employees.

    ABB Measurement and Analytics delivers analytical solutions for industrial as well as space and defence applications. Dr. Giroux has worked for this business unit since 1991, at the time when ABB’s space activities were just starting and he has since then been a key leader of ABB’s development in the space business. His experience at ABB spans business, management and engineering aspects of optical instrumentation for remote sensing and Earth observation.

    Dr. Giroux obtained a Bachelor degree in Physics in 1981 at Laval University in Quebec City. He did his Masters and PhD in Instrumentation for Nuclear Physics also at Laval University, followed by a Post‐doc at the Max‐Planck‐Institute in Heidelberg, Germany, under an NSERC (Canada) fellowship. Through his career, Dr. Giroux participated on several research and industrial committees related to the fields of space, optics, and remote sensing and Earth observation.

    Please plan to attend to hear about new opportunities in space and business, and CASI’s role in the community. A great networking opportunity!

    • September 26, 2019
    • 2:30 PM
    • York University Room 422, Petrie Science & Engineering Building

    2019 CASI President's Tour

    Opportunities with High Altitude

    Pseudo-Satellites (HAPS)

    A presentation by Dr. Jacques Giroux

    President, Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute

    September 26 | 14:30 H

    Ryerson University


    14:30 – Meet & greet

    14:45 pm – Presentation begins

    Contact: Ms Simran Sagoo

    (416) 659-3499

    Jacques Giroux is a Business Development Manager for Space and Defence Systems in ABB’s Measurements and Analytics Business Unit located in Quebec City, Canada. This business unit is part of ABB Inc., a Canadian corporation member of the ABB group that operates in more than 100 countries with about 135,000 employees.

    ABB Measurement and Analytics delivers analytical solutions for industrial as well as space and defence applications. Dr. Giroux has worked for this business unit since 1991, at the time when ABB’s space activities were just starting and he has since then been a key leader of ABB’s development in the space business. His experience at ABB spans business, management and engineering aspects of optical instrumentation for remote sensing and Earth observation.

    Dr. Giroux obtained a Bachelor degree in Physics in 1981 at Laval University in Quebec City. He did his Masters and PhD in Instrumentation for Nuclear Physics also at Laval University, followed by a Post‐doc at the Max‐Planck‐Institute in Heidelberg, Germany, under an NSERC (Canada) fellowship. Through his career, Dr. Giroux participated on several research and industrial committees related to the fields of space, optics, and remote sensing and Earth observation.

    Please plan to attend to hear about new opportunities in space and business, and CASI’s role in the community. A great networking opportunity!

    • September 26, 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • York University Room 422, Petrie Science & Engineering Building

    2019 CASI President's Tour

    Opportunities with High Altitude

    Pseudo-Satellites (HAPS)

    A presentation by Dr. Jacques Giroux
    (Business Development Manager, Space and Defence Systems, ABB Inc.)

    President, Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute

    September 26 | 19:00 H

    University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies

    4925 Dufferin Street

    19:00 – Refreshments & Networking

    19:30 – Presentation (Notice)

    Contact: Chris Hayball or CASI Toronto Branch

    416-375-3715

    Jacques Giroux is a Business Development Manager for Space and Defence Systems in ABB’s Measurements and Analytics Business Unit located in Quebec City, Canada. This business unit is part of ABB Inc., a Canadian corporation member of the ABB group that operates in more than 100 countries with about 135,000 employees.

    ABB Measurement and Analytics delivers analytical solutions for industrial as well as space and defence applications. Dr. Giroux has worked for this business unit since 1991, at the time when ABB’s space activities were just starting and he has since then been a key leader of ABB’s development in the space business. His experience at ABB spans business, management and engineering aspects of optical instrumentation for remote sensing and Earth observation.

    Dr. Giroux obtained a Bachelor degree in Physics in 1981 at Laval University in Quebec City. He did his Masters and PhD in Instrumentation for Nuclear Physics also at Laval University, followed by a Post‐doc at the Max‐Planck‐Institute in Heidelberg, Germany, under an NSERC (Canada) fellowship. Through his career, Dr. Giroux participated on several research and industrial committees related to the fields of space, optics, and remote sensing and Earth observation.

    Please plan to attend to hear about new opportunities in space and business, and CASI’s role in the community. A great networking opportunity!

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