Interested in our program? Engineering Science students, professors and senior university representatives will be at the Ontario Universities’ Fair to talk to you personally. Get answers about U of T programs, admission requirements, student life and much more. Don’t miss out on the largest educational fair in Canada!
2016 Orbis Challenge – U of T vs. U of Waterloo!
On Oct 1 and 2, 2016, join this annual weekend-long competition for your share of over $5,000 in awesome prizes! This year, it’s U of T vs. the University of Waterloo – come on EngSci’s, rise to the challenge!
As in previous years, there will be food, swag and tons of great prizes. This event is generously sponsored by sponsored by Orbis Access. Registration is now open. Check out past events, PEY opportunities and register for the Challenge at www.orbischallenge.com.
This seminar is open to all current EngSci students.
Seminar leaders: Sarah Steed, Alumni Relations, and Christina Heidorn, EngSci 9T1 and External Relations Officer
“Networking”. It’s so important but a bit mysterious. In this seminar we’ll show you why it matters and how to do it. We’ll show you how to make connections to help you advance your career and find work faster, no matter if you’re heading for industry, research or grad school. We’ll take the fear out of it! You’ll learn how to use EngSci Connect and other networking tools, and how to tap into the huge “hidden” job market.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Visit the event website for details.
The university will be closed for the holidays from Dec. 21, 2016, to Jan. 1, 2017, inclusive.
The speaker line-up will be announced in late Fall 2016.
Bring your team, join this 24-hour competition and go head-to-head solving computational problems in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Open to all U of T Engineering and Computer Science students, apply in teams of 1-3.
Register today! www.daisyintelligence.com/hackathon
Come back to EngSci to celebrate the role that this program played in your formative years of Skule Life!
All Engineering Science and Engineering Physics graduates are invited to the 17th Annual Engineering Science Alumni Dinner. Upper year students will showcase their research and designs during the cocktail reception, followed by a delicious dinner in the beautiful Great Hall at Hart House.
Cyber-Physical Security for Smart Grid and Beyond
Professor Deepa Kundur, Chair, Division of Engineering Science, and Director of the Centre for Power & Information, Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
We are delighted to announce this year’s keynote speaker is Professor Deepa Kundur, a leading expert on cyber security and complex dynamical networks who will become Chair of the Division of Engineering Science in 2017.
Live musicians, delectable cuisine, the unforgettable ambiance of Great Hall and fascinating, brilliant people to get to know better – who would miss it?!
Alumni and friends of the Division, purchase tickets here.
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This event is a cornerstone of the EngSci experience. Help us share it with students! Ticket and table sponsorhips are available for as little as $75 and allow deserving students to attend this event free of charge.