Come see the Trent Computer Science Society (TCSS) table at Clubs and Groups Day. We will be around from 10am till 3pm on September 11th. Come see what we have planned for the year and get involved!
Want to help out with TCSS this year? Email to get in touch with our executive team.



On November 1st-3rd, Trent University is proud to host its fourth annual Hackathon in Canada’s Electric City: Peterborough, Ontario! Electric City Hacks will include 350 brilliant students from across North America where they will design, build, demo and make their dreams a reality this upcoming November. Trent incubates diverse, talented students that truly think outside the box, and we couldn’t be more excited to challenge and collaborate with students from all across North America. Electric City Hacks will give students from all backgrounds the opportunity to learn and work together in the name of Innovation.
We at Electric City Hacks IV are searching eligible students interested in organizing this year's event. Please email for more information on becoming an organizer.

For more information, visit us on our website: If you have any questions please email us on:

Thank You, Nikhil Pai Ganesh,Director ECHacks IV



The Computing & Information Systems Department is seeking applications for student markers for the 2019 fall term. You must be a registered student (full- or part-time) at Trent University in order to apply. Qualifications will vary broadly depending on the complexity of the material being graded, i.e. multiple choice questions, problem sets, programming assignments, essays. Please forward your resume to Bonnie MacKinnon, , and indicate which courses you are interested, and qualified, to mark in.



The ACM Celebration of Women in Computing (CAN-CWIC) 2019 event will be taking place at the International Center in Mississauga Ontario on November 8/9th, 2019.  This event will draw more than 700 attendees from all provinces across Canada.  This conference is in its 9th year and has been a huge success.  It features several keynote speakers, panels, workshops, a poster session, a graduate forum and a huge career fair.  The event is highly subsidized by our many corporate sponsors and, as a result, we have been able to keep costs low for student attendance. 
Wendy Powley, Assistant Professor, School of Computing, Queen's University
CAN-CWIC Founder



Queen’s University is excited to host the second annual Computing Student Research Conference this October 4-5. CSearch is a conference for all undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in STEM to come together and discuss their ideas regarding innovation and research in progressing technology fields. We encourage the exchange of ideas between attendees through workshops, speakers, and socials.

Our primary goal is to bring students and researchers together from multiple academic faculties to promote the sharing of ideas through conversation and networking. The conference is also a great opportunity for students that are looking to build stronger foundations in research and are interested in learning about some of the studies being done throughout Canada.

We are currently accepting abstract submissions and early registration is open until the end of August. More information can be found on our website:
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