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Computer Engineering Club

Hardware, Software, and Everything in Between!

About Us

We are the University of Alberta Computer Engineering Club! We are a student organization that represents the interest of Computer Engineers to other student organizations (such as ESS) as well as the Faculty of Engineering. We also host many events for the benefits of other students such as hackathons, career development sessions, board game nights, and more!

Our group is a fantastic way to network with other engineering students and to hang out with some terrific and terrifying people. We have many executives and contributing members across different years in our group.

Have any questions about our club? Visit our FAQ page.

Our Events

HackED Beta

HackED Beta

HackED Beta is a 24 hour competition where students complete either a software and/or hardware project. Participants exercise their creativity by finding solutions for problems they want to work towards. This event is designed for beginner hackers!

We provide three meals and a ton of snacks to power them through their hack. Tons of new prizes will be given out, be it for winning the hackathon, winning an API prize, or winning a round of lightning trivia.

HackED Beta

HackED

HackED

HackED is a 24 hour competition where students complete either a software and/or hardware project. Participants exercise their creativity by finding solutions for problems they want to work towards.

We provide three meals and a ton of snacks to power them through their hack. Tons of new prizes will be given out, be it for winning the hackathon, winning an API prize, or winning a round of lightning trivia.

HackED

CompE Week

CompE Week

CompE Week is a full week of career development workshops! Take your resume to the next level and land that dream interview! Learn to leverage LinkedIn, GitHub, and social media to increase your personal brand. Engage in mock technical and behavioural interviews in a low-risk environment. Finally, question a panel of CompE alumni and industry professionals about career development. After the panel is over, relax and network with members of the panel as well as your fellow students!

Some events and workshops are co-hosted with the Engineering Employment Centre.

CompE Week

GEER Week

GEER Week
Hosted by the ESS, GEER Week is a light-hearted, friendly competition between the discipline clubs in Engineering. Compete for the glory of your discipline by participating in various events such as Battle of the Bands, Movie Night, Scavenger Hunt, and more!
GEER Week

ECE Grad Banquet

ECE Grad Banquet

Celebrate your freedom with your friends and classmates in the ECE Department! Listen to speeches by alumni and faculty! Drink and dance the night away! Play with costumes at our photobooth!

Proudly co-hosted with Electrical Engineering Club and Engineering Physics Club!

ECE Grad Banquet

Board Games Night

Board Games Night
Stressed with midterms? Decompress with a few board games and meet new people at the same time!
Board Games Night

Upcoming Events

Recent Posts

Welcome to the 12th Week of school! We have only about a week left to go. I wish you guys all the best for rest of semester. Today I have some student opportunities and information about interesting events. Highlights: Annual Engineering Head Shave - Razored for Ron Canadian Organization for Undergraduate Health Research 1) Annual Engineering Head Shave - Razored for Ron WHO: Anyone, regardless of faculty, school, or demographic
Welcome to the 11th Week of school! I hope you guys rested well during reading week. We only have about two weeks left to go and I believe in all of you guys can make it. This week I came with some student opportunities and information about interesting events. Highlights: Accenture Technology: Tech Talks ECE Trivia Night Annual Engineering Head Shave - Razored for Ron Canadian Organization for Undergraduate Health Research
Welcome to the 10th week of school! We have entered November and reading week starts within few days. We hope you guys can get some rest and recharge during the break. It’s halfway till the end of the semester but we still have few weeks to go. If you have plans over reading week, stay socially distanced and have fun! Highlights: Excite Conference 2020 Business Model 101 Startup Edmonton 1) Excite Conference 2020 WHO: Anyone who wants to expand their network and learn more about careers in cs
Welcome to the ninth week of school! Halloween is only days away and I hope you have time to dress up and enjoy some treats. If you are looking for some interesting ways to spend your time, here they are! Highlights: ESS Costume Contest TELUS In Their Shoes – Women* in STEM Speed-mentoring Event TELUS Graduate Technology Leadership Program Careers Info Session Python Webinar Vanderblit Graduate Engineering Information Session
Hello friends, welcome to the eighth week of school. With Halloween coming up in a couple of weeks, we hope you all are pumped to show off your costumes in the upcoming events. Midterms are mostly over for some but if you still writing, good luck! Whether you are done with midterms or not, here are some events to spend some time on. Highlights: HackEd Beta Ticket sales Startup Week Breaking into Data Science - The How's and Why's Launch Party EA’s Next-Gen Talent Conference ESS Costume Contest TELUS In Their Shoes – Women in STEM Speed-mentoring Event Vanderblit Graduate Engineering Information Session

Contact Us

If you have any questions or you just want to hang out, come drop the club room! You can find the club room in the clubs hallway to the right of the GEER store. We are the first room on the right!

Club Room Location

Engineering Teaching and Learning Center
ETLC 2-040M (first right in clubs hallway)
116 St NW
Edmonton, AB, Canada
T6G 2V4

Executives Contact Information

Executive: exec@compeclub.com
President: president@compeclub.com
VP External: external@compeclub.com
VP Internal: internal@compeclub.com
VP Social: social@compeclub.com
VP Finance: finance@compeclub.com