Join team members from Borealis AI (formerly RBC Research Institute) as they introduce their lab and present some of their research with 6-minute spotlight talks.
To see research abstracts and to register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/borealis-ai-visits-mcgill-tickets-40162171135
Pizza and refreshments to be served!
The aim of this workshop is to provide professors with an overview of PROMPT-development and financing of ICT-related projects in applied research and development, as well as an overview of the QI Open-Air Laboratory for Smart Life Living: objectives, available technology, existing projects, eligibility and project submissions and set-up. Lunch will be provided.
MERCURY Course Evaluations will be available to students until December 23 for units following the default period (or until December 7 for units following the condensed period).
The TechIdea Pitch Competition has been established to encourage McGill students, working in teams, to propose new technologically-based ideas/solutions in the form of new products, services and/or ventures to solve real world problems.
Welcome to McGill University TechFair is a collaborative effort combining the resources and expertise of the Engineering Career Centre (ECC), the Engineering Student Society (EUS) and the Computer Science Student Society (CSUS). Created in the year 2000, the TechFair intends to connect McGill students in Engineering, Computer Science and Physical Sciences with the top employers in the field for the purpose of exploring career and/or internship opportunities.
More info / Employer’s RSVP : www.mcgilltechfair.com