Our Mandate

We offer electronic lab space for engineering students. You can work on your assignments, lab reports or your own personal projects while receiving help from our team of volunteers.

Our Equipment

Our lab is equipped with oscilloscope, power supply, signal generator and all kinds of other devices that you will need. We also have a set of spare components that you can reuse.

Our Events

Every semester, we organized all kinds of events such as tutorials, meet and greet, movie nights. And of course, every year we end the winter semester with our epic annual United States Trip.

Our Location

2160 Bishop - Suite 204
Montréal, Québec
H3G 1M8, Canada 

Contact us at:
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514-848-2424 ext. 5446

Soldering Workshop


Soldering Iron
Photo by oomlout (Wikimedia Commons)

The IEEE Concordia Soldering Workshop will introduce participants to the use and care of soldering irons. The tutorial will cover different techniques for soldering both through-hole and surface mount PCB components, as well as proper care of the iron in shared labs or at home. Participants will have boards and components available to practice on before using these skills to put together their own project.

For the Fall semester, the standard project kit is a pocket-sized mobile USB charger, which allows the user to charge any device that would normally charge via USB with 2 AA batteries. If participants have their own project they would prefer to work on (for instance, as a result of attending the PCB Design workshop or from other personal projects), they will be able to build that instead.

Price and Location

When: Saturday, 3 October 2015, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Where: District 3 Hackerspace, 1250 Guy Street, 6th Floor - Across the street from the Pharmaprix. Use the Guy entrance, not the one at the corner of Guy and Ste-Catherine.
Cost: $10 per ticket (includes gadget/kit) - Can be purchased at the ECA office H-838, 8th floor Hall building

What to Bring

Participants are free to bring their own soldering projects; otherwise, all practice materials, soldering irons, and other supplies will be provided by IEEE Concordia.

Knowledge Required

Participants should have a basic knowledge of electrical circuits and fundamental principles such as Ohm's Law. While knowledge of electronics and digital systems design may be useful when applying the knowledge gained from the tutorial, neither topic is critical for understanding the tutorial material itself.

More Information

For any questions regarding the workshop, please contact our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the IEEE Concordia office at the B building, room B-204.


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