Thursday, September 5, 2019

SE Students Organize Citizen Hacks

This weekend in Toronto, a group of Software Engineering students will be running Citizen Hacks, a new hackathon about privacy and socially beneficial technology. The event encourages youth to tackle the challenge of privacy in technology and begin to develop a design orientation that considers technology’s broader social impacts.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

SE Capstone ‘Lukabox’ wins Baylis Medical award

Fourth year SE students Spencer Dobrik, David Tsenter, Ryan Wang & Aaron Cotter are winners of the Spring 2019 Baylis Medical award for their health-tech capstone venture, Lukabox. Their aim is to solve medication non-adherence through an IoT pillbox that helps patients stay on top of their medication routines, while giving peace of mind to family members through seamless, real-time monitoring. They are thrilled to receive the Baylis Medical award and are proceeding with an initial round of user testing.

Friday, June 14, 2019

Convocation 2019

Congratulations SE 2019! All the best for the future!

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

SE Capstone TagBull wins Velocity $5k pitch competition

SE Capstone team TagBull aims to harness the power of video game players to train artificial intelligence systems. An AI system for an autonomous vehicle, for example, might be trained to recognize pedestrians from thousands of photos of street scenes in which the pedestrians have been labelled by a person who plays video games. The gamer would earn in-game rewards for their efforts, and the dataset owner would pay TagBull and the video game company for the labelling work.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

SE Capstone TagBull wins Velocity $5k pitch competition

SE Capstone team TagBull aims to harness the power of video game players to train artificial intelligence systems. An AI system for an autonomous vehicle, for example, might be trained to recognize pedestrians from thousands of photos of street scenes in which the pedestrians have been labelled by a person who plays video games. The gamer would earn in-game rewards for their efforts, and the dataset owner would pay TagBull and the video game company for the labelling work.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

SE student Céline O'Neil wins Karen Mark Scholarship

We are proud to announce that SE student Céline O'Neil won the Karen Mark Scholarship. "The scholarship is awarded annually to a third-year Engineering undergraduate female student based on excellent academic achievement and demonstrated involvement and contributions to student life at Waterloo." Céline has contributed to EngSoc in a variety of important roles over the last three years, with titles including Director, VP, Commissioner, and Staff.

Saturday, November 3, 2018

SE101 TA Rollen D'Souza wins SFF TA Award

SE101 Teaching Assistant (and SE alumnus) Rollen D'Souza won the Sanford Fleming Foundation Teaching Assistant Award. Way to go Rollen! This award is based on nominations from the students, and recognizes Rollen's extraordinary commitment to and mentorship of the students in their first term at the University of Waterloo.

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