Joysticks and Journeys: A Tale of Tech, Teamwork, and Triumph


Dive into the heart of innovation and collaboration with our ‘Console Clinic: A Journey of Repair & Unity’ poster. This visual narrative celebrates the spirit of teamwork and technical prowess as students come together to breathe new life into game consoles. Witness the fusion of knowledge and hands-on expertise through a series of captivating images, from detailed repair tutorials led by our adept host to the collective effort of participants in action. Join us in this unique exploration of technology, where every tool, every circuit, and every game tells a story of revival and unity.

Video Games System Repair & Modification


Join us for an engaging event dedicated to the world of video game console repair and modification! Dive into the intricacies of your favorite gaming devices, including the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, and learn how to breathe new life into them.

Event Details:

  • Date: March 15th, 2024
  • Time: 5:00 PM
  • Location: Room A3-43, Progress Campus, 941 Progress Ave,Toronto

What to Expect:

  • Interactive Learning: We’ll start with a comprehensive theory session to cover the essentials of game system repair. Understand what goes into keeping your consoles at their best.
  • Hands-On Experience: Roll up your sleeves for a group activity where we’ll tackle common issues. Using some of my own systems in need of repair, we’ll work together to diagnose and fix problems in a supportive and fun environment.

Whether you’re a seasoned tinkerer or new to the world of DIY repairs, this event promises a blend of learning and entertainment. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of video game devices and meet fellow enthusiasts. See you there for a memorable evening of tech, tips, and camaraderie!

Click here to register now!


IEEE Toronto Student Scholarships


All members of IEEE Student branches are encouraged to apply for this year’s IEEE Toronto Student Scholarship.

The scholarship seeks to encourage students to strive for both academic and real-world design excellence and also to encourage students to reflect on the goals and impact of the engineering profession. The selection criteria emphasize your vision for the engineering profession, how you are preparing for the technical challenges of the profession, and also how you perceive the social implications of engineering

For more information and to apply, please visit the link below.

MCU Tips n Tricks Seminar


Time: 10:30 am, October 2nd, 2023

Location: A3-41, Progress Campus

Abstract: Engineering design is all about making the right trade-offs to achieve end user requirements. In this presentation we will uncover some of the common trade-offs that are made in designing products, which should help you in the analysis and planning for your design project. We will also uncover common hardware and firmware issues that come up when developing microcontroller-based projects.

Presenter: Dennis Cecic, P. Eng., IEEE member, is a Principal Technical Training Engineer with Microchip Technology Inc. He is both a subject matter expert in 8, 16 and 32-bit Microcontrollers, Embedded Firmware and IoT applications, as well as an instructional designer, helping other Engineers design effective e-learning experiences. He holds a B. Eng. Degree in Electrical Engineering from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University).

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