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Student employment opportunity with SCS

Attention all upper year undergrad and grad students,

currently we have two Instructional Support Assistant (ISA) positions open. These are full time positions for providing teaching assistance to CS 451/431 W19, which will be held with CS651/631. For details please view our Student Employment web page at

UW Math Graduate School Information Session

Interested in research? Thinking about doing a Masters and/or a PhD?  If so, then you are invited to the UW Math Graduate School Information Session on Monday, November 12 from 4:30-6:00 PM in M3 Atrium.  You will have the chance to speak with department representatives and ask questions about programs in:

Applied MathematicsCombinatorics and OptimizationComputational MathematicsComputer ScienceData SciencePure MathematicsStatistics and Actuarial Science Light refreshments will be served. 

Research group in Computer Science and Robotics

The Computer Science department at the University of Toronto has created a new research group in computer science and robotics, which will be based at its Mississauga campus. Currently, the group is composed of three professors: Jessica Burgner-Kahrs, Animesh Garg, and Florian Shkurti. In the next two years, they will be growing with the addition of two more faculty. 
They are currently looking for graduate students at the MSc and PhD level to join their labs by Sept 2019. If anyone interested in the intersection of robotics, machine learning, and computer vision, who is also considering UofT for grad school, they should feel free to contact the above faculty.

For more info, please go to

C++ Software Developers Wanted

Huron Digital Pathology is currently searching for multiple Software Developers with expert working knowledge of C++.

Company Description
Based in St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada, Huron Digital Pathology has a 20+ year history designing sophisticated imaging instrumentation. Our end-to-end digital whole slide imaging solutions combine the award winning TissueScope™ digital slide scanner, image management software, and workflow enhancing accessories. We believe that innovation is the key to making digital pathology a ubiquitous reality. But for us, innovation is about more than just delivering great image quality and fast scanning speeds. It’s also about designing products that are simple to use and easy to integrate with your workflow.

Key Responsibilities

Design the overall framework for search functionalityWork closely with our AI advisor and software engineers to establish development plansConvert proof of concept Python scripts to high performance C++ codeFollow quality control procedure…

Calling all app and web developers

Are you familiar with creating an app for iOS and Android? Are you looking for experience creating an app from start to finish, and getting paid to do it? Searching for a professional reference?
Then this start-up wants to work with you. We’re looking for a student(s) who wants to take a chance working with a start-up with a chance to grow with the business once you graduate. We’re looking for an app and web developer(s) to create a database app and website to launch within 6 months. We will consider students without prior experience, so long as you have the necessary skills or are willing to learn them.
If you or a friend are interested then please contact Elizabeth Harris at (416 899 5531). 

Work Opportunity for fourth-year Computer Science students – University of Waterloo Workday implementation

The University of Waterloo is transitioning to a new Human Resources system, Workday, launching in January 2019. As part of the implementation we are looking to fill positions that would be responsible for the migration and translation of data between our current HR system, PeopleSoft and the new system, Workday, before our go-live date.

Experience needed: Understanding of object-based software models, relational database software models and data elements/data objectsUnderstanding of business processes and workflowsCreating and executing test casesPerforming data object quality assuranceUser Acceptance TestingWorking in development, test and production environmentsModerate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel
This is a four month contract position and we have four positions available. If you’re interested, or would like to learn more, please contact Kimberley Snage, Director, HR Projects, Technology & Analytics:

Global Engagement Seminar for the Social and Political Implications of Artificial Intelligence

The Global Engagement Seminar invites senior undergraduates (third- and fourth-year students) from any faculty to apply for its Winter term course, ARTS 490 The Social and Political Implications of Artificial Intelligence. Applications due October 15 (

Who we are
Launched in 2018, the Global Engagement Seminar Program is a unique interdisciplinary and real world seminar which brings together students from across the University’s six faculties and the affiliated colleges to develop greater awareness about – as well creative responses to – contemporary global problems.

Every year engages with a new theme and new issues.

In the seminar, held in Winter term, students are offered the unique opportunity to engage directly with Jarislowsky Fellows who are distinguished individuals with strong records of achievement, along with faculty members from the social sciences and humanities with research expertise in the issue under inquir…