Tuesday, October 3, 2023


Facility Tour – National Research Council


invites you to a facility tour:

NRC Winnipeg

Where: 2690 Red Fife Rd., Winnipeg.

When:  Starting at 6:00 PM on Wednesday October 25, 2023

6:00 PM – Registration and Light Supper
6:30 PM – Introduction of Speaker and Presentation
7:15 PM – Begin Tour
8:00 PM – Meeting is adjourned

Cost: SAE Members – $7.00, Students – $5.00, Guests – $10.00 (includes light supper)

Our Speaker

David Chuang graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2003 with a Mechanical Engineering degree. While in University, David was involved with UMSAE design teams in Aero Design, Mini Baja, and Formula SAE; as well as holding Treasurer and Chair positions at various times as well. Since graduation, David has been involved in various segments of mobility and manufacturing industries. His past positions have covered design & testing of power sports vehicles, heavy vehicle chassis, agricultural machinery, and mobile electronics. David joined NRC in 2011 as a Test & Evaluation Engineer based in Ottawa; focusing on the testing of heavy truck, bus, and light vehicle platforms in support of NRC's mobility mandate. In 2020, David transferred to Winnipeg to support the starting up of NRC’s new Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility as a mechatronics engineer.

NRC Winnipeg

The National Research Council of Canada's (NRC) advanced manufacturing research facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba, has been built to meet the needs of local industries, businesses and academic communities as well as to increase the NRC's research and development (R&D) capabilities in digital manufacturing and sustainable food packaging. Designed and operated as a hub for the integration and demonstration of advanced technologies targeting the sustainability of various manufacturing sectors, the research facility specializes mainly in the development of technologies to support the Canadian manufacturing industry. The facility also houses some of the resources, equipment and expertise required for the delivery of R&D activities for the NRC's Advanced Manufacturing program.


Preregistration is required. Please follow this link: https://forms.gle/NCSuXzcfTSA7PamL6 to register electronically, or visit www.saemanitoba.org/


Registration before 4 PM October 20 is required. Limited to the first 20 people.


Registration Payment is preferred in advance via eTransfer to treasurer@saemanitoba.org.

Use the following for the security question & answer:

Question: What is the name of the society?

Answer: SAEManitoba

Contact information for any issues or concerns:

Jason Paulmark (204) 228-9542 or email registration@saemanitoba.org


Safety Policies


All attendees are required to wear closed toe shoes, Safety glasses recommended but not required.



Parking and entrance on the west side of the building as shown below

(highlighted in red).