As the term is coming to an end and the holiday is soon approaching, the Division would like to host a Meet and Greet session over tea, coffee and Timbits with the Chair and members of the Division. Please join us on Monday, December 3rd, 2018 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Engineering Science Common Room for nice conversation and good company.
PLEASE NOTE – NEW LOCATION BA1180David Ha graduated from EngSci 0T3 in Electrical Engineering Option. His EngSci thesis was about using machine learning techniques to detect steganography, supervised by Deepa Kundur. In his last year of EngSci, he audited classes offered by John Hull and Alan White in Rotman School to learn about derivatives, and he began his career in investment banking. He worked as a trader at TD Bank (Toronto/London), Barclays (London/Hong Kong), and finally Goldman Sachs (New York/Tokyo), where he was a Managing Director who ran the fixed-income trading business in Goldman Japan.
After retiring from his finance job, he became a research scientist at Google Brain (his current role). His research interests include fundamental neural network research, machine creativity, and evolutionary computing. He is currently building a machine learning research group in the Google Japan office in Tokyo. In this talk, he will be presenting several of his works that will be appear at this year’s Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, held in Montréal in December 2018. He will also discuss some of his thoughts and reflections about life and career choices made during and post-EngSci.
This session is intended for upper year EngScis in Machine Intelligence, Robotics Engineering and Engineering Mathematics, Statistics and Finance Majors (session is open to all).
REGISTRATION IS FULL – NEW LOCATION BA1180
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Now in its 14th year, this annual one-day conference aims to broaden our students’ horizons through engagement with world leaders in a wide range of sectors corresponding to our program’s majors.
EngSci students learn about research, education and career opportunities for young engineers from innovators and thought leaders who share their expertise and career path through presentations and networking events.
Check back in late fall for this year’s speaker line-up.
The Daisy Hackathon is back in 2019! Stay tuned for updated.
Engineering Science and Engineering Physics graduates are invited to the 19th Annual Engineering Science Dinner.
Join fellow alumni, faculty members and students for a lively cocktail reception where student clubs will show off some of their newest creations, followed by a festive dinner in the beautiful Great Hall at Hart House. See photos from last year’s event.
Ticket and program details will be available in early 2019–look for the invitation in your inbox. Not sure if you’re on our mailing list ? Update your address through the alumni services website.
Would you like to get a group of classmates together to join you at the dinner? Join the EngSci Group in U of T Engineering CONNECT to find EngSci or EngPhys grads from your year.