ALUMNI SPEAKER SERIES
Everything You Wanted to Know About 5G but Were Afraid to Ask
The fifth generation of technology for cellular networks, also known as 5G, is poised to change the way we connect and communicate: with other humans, with machines, and how machines communicate with each other.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) is happy to welcome Professor XiaoYu Wu to the WIN family! Professor Wu will deliver a seminar in order to introduce himself and his research to our community. Please join WIN in giving him a warm welcome.
A phenomenon by which the value of goods and/or services is increased by the number of people or participants involved. This is known as "The Network Effect". When properly utilized, this effect can lead to accelerating progress and commercial success.
Join us for an engaging Ask-Me-Anything session with University of Waterloo graduate, Conrad School alumni, and CEO & Founder of Lunaria Solutions, Cassie Myers. Cassie is an inclusion and equity advocate, who was recently recognized as a Top 50 Changemakers by Globe and Mail.
Waterloo Engineering students and alumni are invited to participate in an exclusive virtual Office Hour with Waterloo Engineering alumni Shervin Shaffie (BASc 2000), Principal Technical Specialist at Microsoft, and Mohammed Samji (BASc 2000), Vice President, User Experience Platform Engineering at Oracle who will discuss “You’ve Got the Job - Now What? Tips to Fast Track Your Career!”.
Waterloo Engineering students and alumni are invited to participate in an exclusive virtual Office Hour "Master Networking Skills to Launch Your Career" sponsored by Ten Thousand Coffees.
We all know the best time to network is when you have a job (instead of when you want to find a job). In today’s virtual reality, this is hard to do, particularly if you don’t know how. In addition, we know that fear and nerves can get in the way when trying to network at a first job or internship. But don't worry, we have you covered!
10 Student Teams Battle It Out For $60k In Prize Money at the Esch Pitch Competition
Watch as 10 outstanding Capstone teams pitch to win one of six $10, 000 prizes. These teams were shortlisted from over 50 entries representing most programs in the Faculty of Engineering. The Esch Awards support creative and entrepreneurial students in the pursuit of research and development and its commercialization for the benefit of Canada.