Several students from the School of Computer Science registered and competed in the first HackerNest Construct Hackathon over the February 22nd/23rd weekend.
School of Computer Science PhD student Sajid Marhon will present a seminar on Thursday February 26 at 1:00pm in Reynolds Room 219.
Development of a New, DSP-based Gene Prediction Technique
On March 6th, join the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences and the School of Engineering as they host Queen's University's Professor Hossam Hassanein.
Dr. Hassanein will present Utilizing Mobile Ubiquitous Resources (MUR) at 3pm on Thursday, March 6, 2014. The presentation will take place in Richards Building, Room 3504. The abstract is provided below.
This weekend approximately 30 people - students, staff, and faculty of the University of Guelph, and members from the Guelph community - gathered in the Science Complex Atrium to take part in the first Open Data Day Hackathon.
Sponsored by the City of Guelph, the University of Guelph, and the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences, teams of coders and non-coders came together with a goal of developing tools that used, processed, analyzed, or helped further expand the City's open data warehouse.
Happy Reading Week everyone. Guelph's tech and entrepreneurial community continues to grow. If you're looking for a way to get involved and make a difference, there are several fantastic events that you might be interested in.
DemoCampGuelph (February 19th)
Tonight (February 19th) at the e-bar, join the local tech community as we gather to learn about and celebrate local upcoming projects. If you're interested in attending, details can be found here.
The School of Computer Science and the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences are proud to partner with The City of Guelph to present the Open Data Day Hackathon.
The event will be held in the Science Complex Atrium, February 22nd through 23rd in honour of International Open Data Day (held February 22nd).
Who is this event for? Everybody. If you're a citizen, a student, a teacher, a researcher, a designer, a modeller, an ideas person, or if you're just interested in improving your city and meeting other like-minded folks, the Open Data Day Hackathon is for you.
Are you interested in learning more efficient ways of finding high quality scholarly and technical information for your research projects? Do you access the IEEE/IET Electronic content through PRIMO (or Google Scholar) but wish there were an easier way to stay current? Then this Learning Commons sponsored workshop on February 4th at 1:30pm-2:30pm, is just for you.
IEEE Xplore Workshop
Sponsored by The Learning Commons
Open to undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty.
Check out the University of Guelph's At Guelph website for a post on School of Computer Science PhD student Jamileh Yousefi.
Jamileh is building algorithms to identify different types of neuromuscular diseases. She came to the University of Guelph from Concordia University with a Master's degree in Artificial Intelligence, and is supervised by Professors Andrew Hamilton-Wright and Stefan Kremer.
The third Guelph Technology Showcase will take place Wednesday January 29th from 5pm to 7pm in the Science Complex Atrium. Please register and bring your ticket to event. Registering for the showcase enters your name into the draw for prizes at the event, including an iPad Air! You must be present at the draw and show ID to claim your prize.
Roboticon is back for the 13th year at College Royal 2014 at the University of Guelph!
The University of Guelph would like to invite you to Roboticon 2014, our 13th annual robotics competition for high-school students. This year's robot-building and programming challenge will be occurring on March 15th & 16th, 2014 at the University of Guelph.