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Department Consent Removed - CS486

Please be aware that department consent has been removed for CS486 for Fall 2019 as per the information on the course selection page: https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/current-undergraduate-students/majors/cs-course-selection. 

If the class is full, then you will need to wait for students to drop the course before you could add the course for Fall 2019. Please note that the deadline to add courses is Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 11:59 PM (EST): https://uwaterloo.ca/registrar/important-dates/calendar?op=nav&navigate=2019-09.
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Hiring at Sony Interactive Entertainment PlayStation

In their careers at PlayStation, employees at PlayStation create products that bring joy to tens of millions of people around the world every day. This kind of work doesn’t just happen — it’s a team effort that’s only possible because the employees at PlayStation share a passion for amazing fans.

The PlayStation Office at Waterloo is looking to fill two full time positions and two contract positions.


Full time: Software Engineer (CI/CD)Software Development Engineer in Test

For contract (duration is negotiable, minimum 6 months): DevOps / Infrastructure EngineerFront End Software Engineer

Students can also go to https://www.playstation.com/en-us/corporate/about/careers/#careerlistings to see their full list of postings.

CSearch Conference 2019

Queen’s University is excited to host the second annual Computing Student Research Conference this October. CSearch is a conference for all undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in STEM to come together and discuss their ideas regarding innovation and research in progressing technology fields. We encourage the exchange of ideas between attendees through workshops, speakers, and socials.

Our primary goal is to bring students and researchers together from multiple academic faculties to promote the sharing of ideas through conversation and networking. The conference is also a great opportunity for students that are looking to build stronger foundations in research and are interested in learning about some of the studies being done throughout Canada.

We are currently accepting abstract submissions and early registration is open until the end of August. More information and contact information can be found on our website:
https://www.csearchconference.com

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Department Consent Removed - CS458

Please be aware that department consent has been removed for CS458 for Fall 2019 as per the information on the course selection page: https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/current-undergraduate-students/majors/cs-course-selection. 

If the class is full, then you will need to wait for students to drop the course before you could add the course for Fall 2019. Please note that the deadline to add courses is Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 11:59 PM (EST): https://uwaterloo.ca/registrar/important-dates/calendar?op=nav&navigate=2019-09.

RSM Canada - Networking event - Wednesday, August 14, 2019

RSM Toronto Office Tour is an exclusive event for UW’s Business and Computer Science/IT students to experience the Power of Being Understood!This is an opportunity to learn more about the firm and its people, gain information about our service lines, tour our facilities and network with our first-choice advisors!Spaces are limited, so please apply today with your resume, cover letter and unofficial transcripts.Click here to learn more about the firm or here for the promotional video. This event is open to all 1st to 4th year students, however, there is preference for students interested in Winter/Summer 2020 opportunities or New Graduate (Associate) roles.
If you have any additional questions about the event, please contact RSM’s Talent Acquisition team at talentacquisition@rsmcanada.com.



Machine Intelligence Conference 2019

The Machine Intelligence Community is hosting its second student-focused Machine Intelligence Conference at the CILSE building at Boston University on September 7th. This year we are offering our Diversity Scholarship sponsored by IBM, which covers travel and hotel.  For more information please see https://machineintelligence.cc/conference/scholarship.

Calling All Quants – Showcase your Modeling Skills and Compete for $100,000!

XTX Markets, a leading quantitative-driven electronic market maker, is shaking up the finance world. Launched in 2015, XTX Markets has rapidly become the number 1 FX spot trader by volumes globally, surging ahead of banks like Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, and Barclays.
Now, they are looking for the best data scientists in the world.
XTX Markets is excited to present the XTX Markets Global Forecasting Challenge, an online competition powered by Correlation One! Students will have the opportunity to work with real financial datasets and deploy techniques like machine learning and predictive modeling to discover meaningful insights.
Competition highlights include: ·$100K in total Cash Prizes (incl. $30,000 if you can beat XTX!) ·Exciting job opportunities in London and New York ·Compete against the best quantitative minds from all around the world
The competition is open for all data-minded contestants.
APPLY HERE