| Department of
The Department of Computer
Science is located at The Centre for Computing and Engineering - 245
Church Street. Moriyama & Teshima designed the new Centre for Computing
and Engineering on the urban campus of Ryerson University in the heart
of downtown Toronto, Canada. The building features a sculptural treatment
of the Church Street facade that dramatically changes throughout the
day as the sun and ambient light varies. At times reflective and at
time transparent, the building is a distinctive symbol of Ryerson.
The facility brings together a number of departments including Aerospace,
Civil Engineering, Computing Science and Electrical and Computing Engineering.
Design started in February 2002 and the facility opened to students
in the fall term of 2004.
Science News & Announcements
TEDx Talks - Computational Public Safety - Dogs, Robots, Disasters - Computer Science Professor Dr. Alex Ferworn
Mon, 09 Jun 2014
Partners In Research National Awards, 2014 Recipients Announced
Dr. Alexander Ferworn started with the idea to put cameras on rescue dogs who search rubble, which led to attaching robots to the dogs for even better rubble exploration. Nobody took the dog's perspective seriously until Ferworn. He looked at the current process, reflected on his experiences searching for people in rubble and turned the idea on its head by adding to what was acknowledged to be the best system available - the dog's nose.
Fri, 11 Apr 2014
The Globe and Mail: Heartbleed and cybersecurity - Computer Science Professor Dave Mason
Partners In Research is pleased and honoured to announce the recipients of the 2014 Partners In Research National Awards!
Biomedical Science Ambassador Award
Dr. Frank Plummer
Engineering Ambassador Award
Dr. Hoda El Maraghy
Mathematics Ambassador Award
Science Ambassador Award
Dr. Jeremy McNeil
Technology Ambassador Award
Dr. Alexander Ferworn
The Ronald G. Calhoun Science Ambassador Award
Mrs. Janice Filmon
VROC Participation Award (Co-Awardees)
Dr. Brian Dixon and Dr. Craig Merrett
To learn more about the event, the awards and how to purchase tickets please visit:
Thu, 10 Apr 2014
The Globe and Mail talks with Dave Mason, Computer Science professor from Ryerson University, about cybersecurity in light of the Heartbleed bug.
Fri, 4 Apr 2014
We wish to extend an invitation to all the Ryerson Computer Science, both students and staff, to Level Up Showcase.
It's a FREE huge event in the gaming community in Toronto for showcasing the video games students have made. They are
from Ryerson, UofT, OCADU, GBC, Centennial, Senaca, Humber and nine other post-secondary institutions. An estimated
50 students had their games on display each on display last year, and we expect more this year.
For the first time ever Ryerson will be attending the annual event, we will be showcasing the game engine Orbit
by second year students Zack Harris with assistance from Dante Camarena. A lot of work has gone into it, and they are
very excited to show it off. We would love to have as many as you possible there for moral support. It's an excellent
opportunity to network with the large gaming opportunity, there are many large sponsors including Microsoft,
Autodesk, Unity and local game studios XMG and Uken Games, and many more. There were prizes raffled last year and the
same is expected this year.
This is Friday April 4, 5 -10 PM, located at the Design Exchange building at 234 Bay Street. map link here.
CSCU 4th Year Representative
Greater Toronto Area Linux User Group
Ongoing Monthly Computer Science Visited by Dr. Moridi, M.P.P.
Monthly meetings held at
George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre
245 Church Street, Room ENG211
Please visit: http://gtalug.org/ for more information.
Wed, 04 Feb 2009
On Wednesday February 4th, Dr. Reza Moridi (MPP, Richmond Hill) the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities visited Ryerson's Department of Computer Science and gave a seminar to the students of our highly successful Masters program concerning the future of post-graduate education in Ontario. He also provided many fascinating and informative anecdotes from his life and career.
During his, visit, he had the opportunity to speak with many of our graduate students who told him of their experiences within our program and their desire to continue their studies in a suitable doctoral program. Dr. Moridi reiterated the Liberal government"s support for expanding graduate education within Ontario and was very interested in our strategy for launching a doctoral program in Computer Science in support of Ryerson"s graduate program expansion.
Computer Science Job Postings
Career Opportunities: Splice Digital
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 Career Opportunities for Graduates: RBC
JOB POSTING: ASP .NET / VB .NET Developer (Junior Programmer)
SpliceDigital Inc. - www.splicedigital.com
iOS / Android Sr./Jr. Native Developers (2)
We are looking for both Sr. and Jr. iOS and Android developers a full-time immediate employment who have practical experience building either iOS and/or Android apps (both positions available). We are a small young development studio that has worked with exciting companies such as Puma and Atari and are open to a mix of in-office and work-from-home. We have very exciting projects on the horizon and need talented people (who absolutely love to develop apps!) to help make them happen. Experience in WebRTC, Swift, SqLite, Flurry, Hocky, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+ APIs, and Unity are an asset (though not necessary).
Sr. Java J2EE developer
We are looking for a Sr. Java J2EE developer to help support a back-end system powering awesome iOS and Android apps. Applicants should have experience with Spring and Hibernate, as well as MySQL and MongoDB. Experience providing back-end support to mobile apps is a plus! We are open to both part-time and full time employment and we are a small young development studio that has worked with exciting companies such as Puma and Atari. We are open to a mix of in-office and work-from-home. We have very exciting projects on the horizon and need talented people to help make them happen. Experience in Google APIs, Amazon S3 are an asset!
Sr. PHP developer
We are looking for a Sr. PHP developer to help build exciting web applications. Applicants should have experience with MVC, HTML5/CSS, jQuery and MySQL. We are a small young development studio that has worked with exciting companies such as Puma and Atari and we are open to a mix of in-office and work-from-home. We have very exciting projects on the horizon and need talented people to help make them happen. Experience in Drupal, Wordpress and Joomla are an asset!
Mon, 07 Apr 2014 JOB POSTING: hArchy: Mobile Application Developer
Top Progressive is a new and fast growing company providing service solutions to businesses and educational institutions across Canada.
Top Progressive is presently working to develop a beta test site for a new and innovative technology. We are looking to hire a highly motivated, responsible self-starter who is able to work under general supervision. Current students in a progressive computer programming/science program at a recognized Ontario college or university are welcome to apply. This position will especially enable students to hone their skills and develop good working knowledge in an accommodating environment with flexible hours. The successful candidate will effectively develop new modules and maintain existing code in the managing information system.
- Proficiency in Programming - VB.Net / Asp.Net
- Strong middle tier and back end development skills
- Web Services, AJAX, XML, HTML
- Windows Server 2003 / Windows Web Server 2008
- Familiarity with Android ADK Programming / ECLIPSE
- Solid understanding of Computer Hardware / Repair
- Transact SQL programming
- Solid understanding of OOP concepts
- Assist in writing maintainable, clean code in a timely fashion
- Take direction from staff
- Familiarity with development of mobile programs is considered an asset
City: Toronto, Richmond Hill, Vaughan
Wage/Salary: $18 - $22 per hour
Start: April/May 2014
Type: Flexible part-time
How to apply:
Only send email application to email@example.com
Fri, 27 Sep 2013
At hArchy we love what we do, but more importantly we are building something that millions of people will love too. Our objective is to create an innovative dating mobile application which will set us apart from rest of the competitors in the market. Our application will solve a lot of problem and challenges that users face while using existing dating sites in the market. We believe that it has potential to revolutionize the dating industry.
As a start-up, we value people who can work on their own to get something done and out the door quickly.
If you are passionate about using technology to improve people's lives, we believe hArchy has challenges in front of us that will excite you. We're a small team and that means lots of opportunity to own things from start to finish that have tremendous impact on large numbers of people, across many different devices and platforms.
What you'll do:
- Analyze design and determine coding, programming, and integration activities
- Ability to code any custom, cutting edge mobile app we design, from scratch, with minimal supervision. If we ask you to do itÂ
you can do it! Quickly, well-structured and with high quality
- Responsible for design, development and deployment of Mobile applications.
- Exhibit excellent analytical and problem through development of algorithms
- Know how to implement and use Android Intent-based services
- Strong sense of aesthetics and an eye for good design
- Ability to work independently and take ownership of features
- Experience using social media APIs (huge plus)
Send us your RESUME, along with:
One or more Android/iphone apps to which you have contributed, ideally available in Google Play or App store
Send resume at -- firstname.lastname@example.org
As a start-up company, you will have opportunity to have a piece of the company i.e. we are willing to offer equity stake in the company. It will entirely base on what you bring to the table.
This position is ideal for someone with the entrepreneurial spirit
- Greater Toronto Area
- Can also be done remotely
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