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[CSSS] General Meeting Announcement: Oct. 21st 2019

Posted by Dusan Kovacevic on Oct. 15, 2019, 5:15 a.m.

Hello CSSS Members,

 

The CSSS will be holding a meeting on Monday!

 

Location Details:

Day: October 21st, 2019

Time: 11:30am-12:30pm

Location: ASB 9898

 

The following is the Agenda:

-Report of Officers

-Announcements

-Hoodies

-Open Floor

-Approval of Minutes

 

Here is a Facebook link to this event: https://www.facebook.com/events/953998154941172/

 

You are automatically a member of the CSSS if:

 

    A declared CMPT Major, Minor, or Honours in any program of study offered at the undergraduate level by the School of Computing Science;

    or currently enrolled in any undergraduate course offered by the School of Computing Science; or are an Honorary Member of the Society

 

Pop will be served. Voting restricted to Members only.

 

See everyone at the meeting!

 

From,

Dusan Kovacevic

CSSS |Director of Archives

[CSSS] General Meeting Announcement: Monday, October 7th

Posted by Dusan Kovacevic on Oct. 1, 2019, 6:36 a.m.

Hello CSSS Members,

The CSSS will be holding a meeting on Monday!

Location Details:
Day: October 7th, 2019

Time:
11:30am-12:30pm
Location: ASB 9898

The following is the Agenda:
-Report of Officers
-Announcements
-Confirming Election Results
-Open Floor 
-Approval of Minutes

Here is a Facebook link to this event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2422236614718484/

You are automatically a member of the CSSS if:

    A declared CMPT Major, Minor, or Honours in any program of study offered at the undergraduate level by the School of Computing Science;
    or currently enrolled in any undergraduate course offered by the School of Computing Science; or are an Honorary Member of the Society

Pop will be served. Voting restricted to Members only.

See everyone at the meeting!

From,
Dusan Kovacevic
CSSS |Director of Archives

By-Election results

Posted by Hun Seol on Sept. 28, 2019, 4:34 p.m.

Hi everyone,

 

The voting period for the CSSS By Elections is now over and the results have been compiled. 

 

I'm happy to announce the results of the Computing Science Student Society
2019-2020 CSSS By Elections.

There were 139 responses to the websurvey.

Your new Assistant Director of Events, with 94 votes (67.63% approval), is Celina Wright

John Sweeney came in second place with 28 votes (20.1% approval).

Votes for no confidence with 17 votes (12.23 approval).

 


Your new Director of Communications, with 45 votes (32.4% approval), is Sarbjot Mann.
Karan Aujia came in second place with 36 votes (25.9% approval).

John Wu came in third place with 22 votes (14.39% approval).

There were 20 votes for Ryan Vansickle and there were 4 votes of no confidence (2.88%)

 

Thank you to those who participated in voting and election, and Congratulations to the new executives of the CSSS!

 


Jonghun Seol
Elections Officer
Simon Fraser University | CSSS

CSSS Board Games Night (September 27th)

Posted by Cole Greer on Sept. 24, 2019, 12:34 p.m.

Hello CSSS members!


Our next Board Games Night of the semester will be happening this Friday (September 27th).

The details of the event are below:
Date: Friday, September 27th, 2019
Location: TASC 9204
Time: 5pm to 11pm

As always, this event is open to everyone, so bring your friends! 

Snacks and drinks will be provided as well, so come early to get some! If you have any dietary restrictions please let us know so we can plan for snacks accordingly.

Hope to see you there,

Cole Greer

Team Guardian Info Blast

Posted by VJ Bakhshi on Sept. 21, 2019, 8:19 p.m.

Hi Everyone, 

The following is from Team Guardian, SFU's very own drone club. 

-VJ
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
 
Hey everyone,

Welcome back to the third week of the semester. My name is Stanislav Svichkar and I am the President of SFU’s drone club, Team Guardian. Team Guardian is a multi-disciplinary design team that is always looking for curious and passionate students to join us in learning and trying new things through the drone industry.  I would like to invite you all to join my team and I in our info sessions happening this week. 

These info sessions will be our opportunity to introduce you to our club and show the work we put in developing our drones and their corresponding technology. As a design time, we work on solving real-world problems using drones, allowing opportunities for you to develop and apply electronics, mechanical and software skills.  

We have a mixture of both technical and non-technical work. Our technical work is split across our various sub teams: Autopilot and Machine Vision, that deal with the majority of our software including programs for autonomous flight and image processing. Electrical which covers circuit design and power management, and Mechanical which deals with the physical components of the drones including modeling and construction. Our non-technical work is covered by our Business team which deals with marketing, design as well as school and industry relations.  
 

For more information about us, check out our website: https://www.teamguardian.ca 

Additionally, check out our work on: 




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