February 9th 2015
Board of Directors
Association of Cuban Engineers
P0 Box 941436
Miami, FL 33 194-1436
Dear Board of Directors:
I would like to congratulate the Association of Cuban Engineers and the over 45,000
Cuban American engineers in the United States who celebrated Engineers Day on January 1 1th
"I want to congratulate the Asociacion de Ingenieros Cubanos and its Board on Engineers Day. Engineers of Cuban origin have made a significant contribution in Florida and throughout the United States."
All the best,
"Hispanic and Cuban-American Engineers Working for a Better Future". ACE, organized in 1960 to help Cuban professionals migrating to the US in validating their credentials, has become a professional organization providing scholarships to engineering students, facilitating the studies of existing Cuban infrastructure and providng a networking forum for engineering professionals in the United States.
The AIC and its sister organization, the CAACE, are please to invite you to their annual gala “Engineers Day” which will take place on March, 14th, 2015 at the Miami Airport Hilton Hotel (5101 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, FL). Please RSVP by March 1st.
The Association of Cuban Engineers (ACE) and the Cuban-American Association of Civil
Engineers (C-AACE) are holding their annual Cuba Infrastructure Scholarship Competition
on February 28, 2015 from 8 am to 1 pm at Casa Bacardi located at 1531 Brescia Avenue,
Coral Gables, FL. Students from the University of Florida, the University of Miami and Florida
International University will convene at Casa Bacardi on the University of Miami campus to
present programs to improve Cuba’s failing infrastructure.
This year five teams will compete, with presentations focusing on bioinformatics,
Association of Cuban Engineers' Response to POTUS Regarding Political Relationships Between the U.S. and Cuba
Association of Cuban Engineers, Inc.
PO Box 941436 | Miami FL 33194-1436
The Association of Cuban Engineers (ACE/AIC) was founded over 50 years ago by Cuban engineers that decided to take the route of exile instead of being subjected to a communist regime. The political conditions that existed in Cuba at that time are no different than what they are today. So in light of President Obama's decision to change the policy toward Cuba, the Association of Cuban Engineers makes note of the following concessions made by President Obama:
The ACE and the CAACE would like to invite all our student member to join us in an afternoon full of fun, sports and barbeque food! Come and join us this Saturday, August 2nd at 2:00 PM, at the Miami-Dade County Tropical Park. Food and refreshments will be provided, courtesy of both organizations.
When: Saturday, August 2nd at 2:00 PM
Where: Miami Dade County Tropical Park, Pavilion # 3
7900 SW 40th St, Miami, FL 33155
(See attached, flyer for more info and a location map)
We look forward to see you there!
Thank you for helping us honor the Cuban engineer
A video is now available online of the exhibition opening event hosted by the Cuban Heritage Collection of the University of Miami Libraries (1300 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables, Florida 33124) on June 26, 2014. The exhibit "Honoring the Cuban Engineer" will run through December 2014. Visit the Roberto C. Goizueta Pavilion on the second floor of the University's Otto G. Richter Library to view the exhibition.
The Association of Cuban Engineers is proud to host Dr. Manuel Cereijo, as part of our Presentation Series about Cuba and its future.
Dr. Cereijo's presentation will be focused on the "Industrial Future on a Free and Democratic Cuba"
Please, join us on May 7th, at La Carreta Restaurant (Bird Road and SW 87th Ave), at 7:30 AM.
For more information about the presentation, please, see attached flyer.
We look forward to see you!
The Association of Cuban Engineers and the Cuban American Association of Civil Engineers would like to thank everybody who contributed, in one way or another, to make the 2014 AIC-CAACE Annual Gala a tremendous success. Special thanks to all participants and sponsors of the event.
The AIC and its sister organization, the C-AACE, would like to thank everybody who participated in the 2014 Cuba Infrastructure Challenge. Special thanks to all the students, judges and sponsors. For a complete overview of the event, please, follow the link: http://www.clickeventonline.com/event/education/140222-CubaInfrastructur...
The AIC in collaboration with ICCAS, CLAS, and the C-AACE hosted " The Cuba’s Industrial Future Workshop". The event took place on October 9th, 2013 at Casa Bacardi, Coral Gables, FL. A distinguished group of engineers, attorneys, businessmen, and other professionals all came together to do an initial assessment of the needs for the economic reconstruction of Cuba. The panelists presented information about the state of the Cuban economy, legal aspects of industrial development, and specific business enterprise needs for a prosperous industrial future in the island.
The AIC would like to thank everybody who participated on the symposium "Alternative Energy for Cuba" which took place on April 17th, at the University of Miami, College of Engineering. The event was a tremendous success, and we hope to host similar events in the near future.
The presentations for Alternative Energy for Cuba can be accessed at the following link:
Pedro "Pete" Martinez
2014-2016 ACE President
It is with great honor and commitment that I accepted the Presidency of the Association earlier this month. This organization has a cherished legacy of serving the profession and our community with quality and integrity. I have three goals for the Association: Honor the Past, Energize the Present, and Prepare the Future.
The 2013 Cuba Infrastructure Challenge, sponsored by ACE and the C-AACE, was a tremendous success.
The results from the 2013 Cuba Infrastructure Challenge have been made available for review purposes at the following link: http://www.clickeventonline.com/event/education/130223-CubaInfrastructur...
Please, see attached flyer for more information about the event and the student teams that participated.
Thanks to all the students and participants who made this event possible.