Events @ EECS

Upcoming Event

Event 9 – The Database Language SQL: The Basic Topics

Title: The Database Language SQL: The Basic Topics

Time & Location: 12th Feb 2020 | 3:30 pm – 5:00pm | LAS-3033

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2RLFPI6

Hosted by: Wenxiao Fu

Workshop description: Advanced SQL topics (assumes some experience on database and SQL). This tutorial workshop would cover SQL topics including simple queries, multi-relation queries, complex conditions in the where clause, NULL “values”, sets and bags, sub-queries, with clause, Aggregation and Grouping.

Note: Bring your own laptop with a PostgreSQL(9.3-9.6) installed. Binary packages are recommended. Download link: https://www.postgresql.org/download/

 

Event 10 – Sexual Harassment at Workplace – How to deal with it?

3rd March 2020 |10:30 am – 12:30 pm | Lassonde Building (LAS-3033)

Hosted by Taha Sajjad

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2splrmt

Event Description: The interactive workshop covers the elements of common but unspoken issues such as harassment. The event aims to present human rights of Ontario, the harassment, and how to identify if it is happening in your circumstances. What are the laws and policies regarding sexual harassment? How can we stop it? The participants will learn the important skills on how to handle the harassment on-the-spot through working on specific scenarios presented in workshop.

 

 

Past Events

Event 1 –  SEMINAR 

“Wireless Communications and Career Opportunities for Women in Engineering” by Prof. Lian Zhao from Ryerson University

March 21st, 12pm – 1pm | LAS 3033

Event 2 – SEMINAR 

“Opportunities for Women in Cybersecurity” by Dr. Eman Hammad (IEEE ComSoc Chair)

March 25th, 2 pm – 3pm | LAS 3033

Event 3 – Python Workshop 1 

Setting in with Programming- Python – Workshop 1”    Hosted By Enas Tarawneh 

16 Sept 2019 |1:30 pm – 3:30 pm | Lassonde Building (LAS-3033)

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2y9bKaY

Workshop Description: Beginner lesson (assumes no knowledge in programming). This workshop will cover (1) input/output, (2) variables (3) numbers (4) string (5) lists /arrays (6) if-else (7) loops

Event 4 – Python Workshop 2 

“Setting in with Programming- Python – Workshop 2”    Hosted By Enas Tarawneh 

7 Oct 2019 |1:30 pm – 3:30 pm | Lassonde Building (LAS-3033)

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2Y171HP

Workshop Description: This workshop will cover the (1) use and application of existing packages (2) file manipulation (3) GUI input/output (4) speech recognition package (5) use microphone or file for input (6) output audio capture result through play or file (7) output text result through terminal and GUI.

Event 5 – “Come meet the women of Toronto Tech! – Industry Panel” 

Hosted by Brittany Danishevsky

29 Oct 2019 |5:00 pm – 7:00 pm | Bergeron Building (BRG-125)

Event Description: This panel will bring together five speakers who are currently working at a Toronto start-up in a technical role. The speakers are engineers, product managers, founders, and CTO’s who come from diverse educational backgrounds and have all taken unique and interesting paths to get to where they are now! Come hear their stories, their challenges, their triumphs, and what they wish they knew while they were students. Maybe you’ll be inspired to work towards a new career path, or get confirmation that what you’re working towards is exactly where you want to be!

This event is meant to highlight stories from members of the Toronto tech community who are underrepresented, thus we hope students who feel underrepresented in their programs or technical interests are especially interested in coming out to this panel discussion. However, the event is open and welcoming to anyone and everyone who has any interest in Toronto tech or technical career paths!

Event 6 – Python Workshop 3

“Setting in with Programming- Python – Workshop 3” Hosted By Enas Tarawneh 

11 Nov 2019 |1:30 pm – 3:30 pm | Lassonde Building (LAS-3033)

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2OiCSPO

Workshop Description: This workshop will cover (1) creating ROS processing nodes (includes creating classes, functions) (2) passing messages between nodes (includes abstracting the problem) (3) capture the images from the webcam and (4) apply different image processing in separate nodes and display continuous processing results.

Event 7 – “Round table: A  successful teaching practicum”

22nd Jan 2020 |4:30 pm – 5:30 pm | Lassonde Building (LAS-3033)

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2QMYgfk

Hosted by Enas AlTarawneh

Event Description: Are you planning on doing a teaching practicum and would like to ask questions on how to successfully plan for it from those who have done it before? Have you done a teaching practicum before and would like to provide  your feedback and experience? Then join this round table. This workshop will provide participants with the basics  of a successful teaching practicum.   This workshop will also bring on discussions on the following topics  1) Student centered approach,  2) Structured  lectures, 3) Guided learning, 4) Use of technology as a learning tool,  5) Evaluations,  6) Pacing,  7) Key performance indicator.

 

Event 8 – “Setting in with Programming- Python : The beginner crash course ”

29th Jan 2020 |4:30 pm – 8:00 pm | Bergeron Building (BRG-213)

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2sWzOPw

Hosted by  Enas AlTarawneh

Workshop Description: Beginner lesson (assumes no knowledge in programming). This workshop will cover (1) input/output, (2) variables (3) numbers (4) string (5) lists /arrays (6) if-else (7) loops (8) functions (9) use and application of existing packages (10) file manipulation (11) GUI input/output

Note: Bring your own laptop with a python installation (2.7, 3.3-3.7)