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CompE Club Weekly

We hope you are all staying safe and the adjustment to online classes is going smoothly.
While in-person group events have been put on hold, there are still plenty of things to do online.
With all your newfound free time, it's important to stay busy.


Highlights:

  • HCL Technologies is Hiring!
  • NeuroNexus Design Competition
  • Leaders Prize Competition

1) HCL Technologies is Hiring!

WHO: Students or graduates interested in being hired
WHAT: HCL Technologies is in the process of hiring new positions in their Edmonton Office.
Full-time/permanent positions:

  • 3 permanent positions in R&D for newly graduated students (graduate and undergraduate degrees)
  • 1 permanent position in EE

Internship positions:

  • 4 internship positions. These positions are 8 months or prefferably longer. Applicants don’t necessarily have to be students currently.
  • 3 additional research-based internship positions.

If any of these positions appeal to you, we encourage you to apply:
For software Developer R&D positions, please email Victor.Salamon@dell.com with a resume.
For Escalation position, please email a resume to Adrienne.Harvey@dell.com, Bhavesh.Bhanushali@dell.com and CC Victor.Salamon@dell.com.

2) NeuroNexus Design Competition

WHO: Anyone interested hackathons and neuroscience
WHEN: Application Deadline: April 15th
WHERE: Apply Here
WHAT: Neuro Nexus is a hackathon program designed to spark collaboration across disciplines and tackle
complex challenges in brain science and mental health. The program connects experts in frontline,
clinical, and academic practice with motivated, talented students to develop technological solutions
over a fast-paced 6 week competition. This year, Neuro Nexus will facilitate 40+ projects across the
province in our largest competition yet.

To learn more, check out their website

3) Leaders Prize Competition

WHO: Anyone interested in Aritificial Intelligence and Hackathons
WHEN: June 19th 2019
WHERE: Here
WHAT: Misinformation is rampant no matter where you look on the internet. Fact checkers and reputable news sources were a sufficient solution to keep well informed in the past, but this wave of fake news challenges that tradition. The Schulich Foundation invites you to tackle this problem with AI. Groups of up to 5 people are tasked with creating an AI that can evaluate the validity of the statement, and if possible, provide evidence. The winning team will claim the $1 milllion prize! This is a great experience to undertake. The competition is far off now, but it definatly worth your consideration!
Click Here To Learn More

Signing Off…

Thanks for reading this week's edition of the CompE Club Newsletter. If you have any news or an event you want featured in future editions, contact us at internal@compeclub.com! Be sure to stop by the CompE Club Room to grab a snack and say hi! (Preferably after the COVID-19 pandemic has calmed down, until then, drop by the Discord!)