During our second Meet an Expert Session, it will be divided into two parts during the 1-hour webinar. Join us to meet 3 experts and discover what they do as part of their daily jobs. We hope to see you there!
Presented by Cam Finnigan, P.Eng.
This presentation will explain what and where satellites are, how they get to orbit, and what they do when they get there. We will discuss factors that determine how long satellites last, the dangers they face and examine what becomes of satellites at the end of their mission. Of particular interest we will look briefly at satellite radar.
Presented by Stella Chiu, P.Eng. and Maggie Sheu, P.Eng.
Ever wonder what happens after you flush the toilet? This presentation will provide the curious minds an overview of the journey of wastewater: from the toilet, to the underground collection systems, to a wastewater treatment facility where it goes through various treatment steps, and eventually back to the environment after treatment.
This session is intended for elementary students.
Senior RF and Electronics Engineer
Cam Finnigan has been planning, designing, and testing radio frequency circuits and systems for 28 years including cellular subscriber and base station equipment, broadband wireless access, and remote sensing. He is currently working with for Alpha Insights in Vancouver working on a next-generation Synthetic Aperture Radar payload to go into earth orbit.
Senior Engineer, Drainage and Wastewater
Stella Chiu, P.Eng., is a professional engineer working for the City of Abbotsford as their Senior Engineer, Drainage and Wastewater. She received her bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Hong Kong, her master's degree in environmental engineering from the University of British Columbia, and has been in the industry for 20 years. She currently involves in capital planning for sewer and drainage, as well as providing process input to the Joint Abbotsford Mission Environmental Systems (JAMES) Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Senior Asset Manager
Maggie is the Senior Asset Manager for the City of Vancouver. She is responsible for leading the asset management for the sewer utility and developing strategies and criteria using a standardized framework to support City planning and budget preparation.
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Thank you to our sponsor TRUE Consulting Engineering and Land Surveying.