CompE Club Weekly
Welcome to the final season. I hope you guys are doing well with your finals and good luck with all your exams! But don't forget to sleep well and get some rest. Here is some information about student opportunities and events for you!
- HackED Ticket Registration
- Canadian Organization for Undergraduate Health Research
- Annual Engineering Head Shave - Razored for Ron
- Upcoming hackathons
1) HackED Ticket Registration
WHEN: Registration is currently open. A virtual event from Saturday, January 16th, 2021, 10:00 AM ~ Sunday to January 17th, 2021, 4:00 PM MST
WHERE: Register Here
WHAT: HackED tickets are available right now! The U of A hosts the largest student run hackathon in Alberta! If you're interested in getting together with a team, making something cool, or catching some workshops hosted by local technology leaders register now!
2) Canadian Organization for Undergraduate Health Research
WHO: Computer Engineering Students
WHEN: Accepting applications until Friday, December 11th, 2020, 11:59 PM MST
WHERE: Apply Here
WHAT: They are currently looking for motivated individuals to work on their project, Palz. This app is currently built using Android Studio and been in development for almost a year now. Palz is a novel data collection application designed to track the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). The Alztracker app will convert data from all relevant health indicators monitored into an easy-to-follow format for physicians to analyze.
3) Annual Engineering Head Shave - Razored for Ron
WHO: Anyone, regardless of faculty, school, or demographic
WHEN: Fundraising open until Wednesday, December 16th, 2020
WHERE: Donate Here
WHAT: The 17th Annual Engineering Headshave (Razored for Ron) is a charity fundraising event hosted each year by the ESS! Support the CompE Club team by shaving your head, donating a ponytail, or simply spreading awareness. The event is open to anyone, regardless of faculty, school, or demographic. Those who fundraise have a chance to win their very own engineering toque and those who donate at least $5 will receive a complimentary Head Shave sticker.
4) Upcoming hackathons
- SharkHacks - December 4th ~ 6th
- Who Done It Hacks? - December 11th ~ 13th
- Winter Hackylmpics - December 18th ~ 20th
WHAT: Our friends at Major League Hacking are ensuring that hackers around the world have the opportunity to learn, build, and share every weekend with digital hackathons. These weekend-long invention competitions welcome all skill levels, from beginners to the most veteran developers. At each hackathon, they run beginner-friendly workshops on the latest topics in tech. It’s not just commits and code, the MLH team coordinates mini-events and hacker hangouts to help you expand your network, learn something new, and make new memories. Plus, each weekend has a theme to help inspire you. Event themes don’t limit what you can build though! All hacks are welcome!
WHAT: They create brain-computer interfaces and are recruiting engineering students for their hardware-focused projects and workshops. If you like PCB design, micro-controllers, integrated circuits, or low-level programming then make sure to get in touch.
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