Electrical and Computer Engineering

Student Clubs

Computer Engineering ClubComputer Engineering Club

The Computer Engineering Club represents all Computer Engineering students to the Department, Faculty, ESS, and Industry. We hold events many events for students, including Mixers, BBQs and LAN Parties. Come visit our office, E2-040M (first door in the Clubs Hallway, just passed InfoLink) and say 'Hi', or visit our website at www.compeclub.com

Electrical Engineering ClubElectrical Engineering Club

The Electrical Engineering Club's mandate is to support every electrical engineering student in both academic and social aspects during their university career. We do this by providing various services that we feel are beneficial to student life in this department. We are always interested in suggestions you may have on new services you'd like to see or how we can do our job better. If you have a suggestion for us, please contact us. You can find our website at eeclubuofa.wordpress.com

Engineering Physics ClubEngineering Physics Club

The Engineering Physics Club represents all students enrolled in the Engineering Physics programs (Traditional or Nano Option, and co-op or regular streams). We work to promote EngPhys to prospective students, members of the university community, as well as to professional engineering groups. We also organize events such as barbecues and mixers, and offer services for EngPhys students, including selling beverages and foods in our office. If you want to learn more about our club, please visit our website at EngPhys.ca or our office in ETLC E2-040F.

U of A IEEE Student BranchU of A IEEE Student Branch

The U of A IEEE Student Branch is associated with the largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. We offer support and workforce preparation to students, as well as give them access to IEEE competitions and conferences, 24/7 access to our office space, and valuable networking and volunteer opportunities. To learn more about IEEE or to join, please visit our website.

Engineers Without Borders

Founded in 2000, Engineers Without Borders has quickly become one of Canada's most respected, critical-thinking, and innovative organizations dedicated to ending extreme poverty in the Global South. We are committed, energetic and passionate about creating positive global change. Initiating new ideas and putting them into action, we lead bold, innovative and meaningful events to increase awareness and engage a wide range of people while keeping in mind the developing communities with whom we work. For more information, please visit our website.

U of A SPIE Student Chapter

SPIE is an international technical society dedicated to promoting the engineering and scientific applications of optical, photonic, imaging and optoelectronic technologies through its education and communications programs, meetings and publications. Members gain access to SPIE employment boards, as well as scholarships and grants. For information on joining, please see our website.