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The Computer Chapter focuses on computer science and technology. We work hard to bring coding competitions, software workshops, industry tours and technical talks to the students at University of Toronto. Our aim is to promote industry networking and career professionalism by coordinating with technology companies to provide exposure to new global innovations.
The Electronics Chapter deals with everything hardware, from embedded systems to analog circuits. We aim to help students gain technical expertise and industry exposure in these fields. Among our events are industry tours, the hardware certification workshop, and our flagship, hardware hackathon. Stay tuned for more to come!
The Energy Chapter aims to create a platform for students to learn and experience emerging technologies, advances and trends in the power and energy sector through seminars, industry tours, networking events and competitions, and through connecting students with faculty and industry professionals.