Electrical, Computer, and Software Engineering Student Society
|Lounge Location:||Trottier 1060|
The Electrical, Computer and Software Engineering Student Society (ECSESS) is a student organization in the Department Electrical and Computer Engineering at McGill. ECSESS is dedicated to improving student life and making students time in McGill Engineering as memorable as possible. ECSESS strives to provide the best for ECSE students by representing them on the department and faculty levels. We’re also committed to addressing academic concerns, organizing challenging and educational activities. We make our home in Trottier 1060. Our lounge boasts a piano, game cube, foosball table and much more so come chill!
ECSESS Coffee House is held twice a year in the EUS Common Room. Come warm up to a nice cup of coffee, have some sweets, and enjoy some of your classmates' amazing musical talents. (all acts are welcome!)
Are you looking for an internship or a full-time job? Do you want to connect with the engineering industry? ECSESS offers you the opportunity to visit some awesome companies Candadian cities high tech industry. Companies in the past years included Shopify, Cisco, Ciena, Alcatel Lucent, IBM and more! Usually held in February, come join us and make connections and friends along the way!
Twice a year, ECSESS hosts a pub in the basement of the McConnell building, in the common room. Come enjoy a beverage and a grilled cheese, try your hand at our die games and socialize with fellow engineers and friengineers.
CodeJam is a 48-hour team-based programming competition fueled by great minds and energy drinks. McGill University's ECSESS is collaborating with some of Montreal's biggest software companies to make a challenging, real-world application problem for you to solve. The yearly website can be found at codejam.mcgilleus.ca
Banquet is held twice a year, in a nice restaurant. It is a nice opportunity to wine and dine with your fellow classmates (and sometimes profs) and to finish off a semester in high spirits!
Industry and Professor Speaker Series
Curious about what your professionals and professors do? The industry and professor speaker series are a great way to discover their passions! Come hear them speak about their education, career path, research and interests.
Our famous pancake breakfast run several times per semester, in mornings and provides you with delicious pancakes to fuel your hustles. We sell 2 pancakes for 1$ or 5 for 2$. Chocolate and maple syrup is free, but fruits and chocolate chips are 50¢ per 2 scoops.
The ECSESS Lounge is located on the first floor of the Trottier building. It is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm. During those times, a member of the ECSESS Council will be hosting office hours and is available to answer questions, sell tickets for events or stamp posters so that they can be put on the Trottier bulletin boards.
Study Room Bookings
Study rooms on the fifth floor in Trottier can be booked by students. Rooms 5103, 5014, 5015, 5106, 5107 are available on bookings.mcgilleus.ca, access with a Google account. Every room comes with a conference table and a blackboard with chalk. Room 5105 is the largest room and room 5103 is the smallest.
Student CouncilThe student council consists of an executive committee and departmental and yearly representative. The executives positions are:
- Vice President Finance,
- Vice President Internal,
- Vice President External,
- Vice President Academic Affairs,
- Vice President Administration,
- Vice President Communications.
The representatives positions consist of:
- U0 rep
- U1 EE Rep
- U1 CE Rep
- U1 SE Rep
- U2 EE Rep
- U2 CE Rep
- U2 SE Rep
- U3 EE Rep
- U3 CE Rep
- U3 SE Rep
- U4 EE Rep
- U4 CE Rep
- U4 SE Rep
|VP Finance||Johannes Breitschwerdt|
|VP Internal||Mike Harvey / Thomas Hillyer|
|VP External||Michael Mardini|
|VP Academic||Catherine Grosdidier|
|VP Administration||Florence Diep|
|VP Communications||Erick Zhao|
|U0 Representative||Christos Cunning|
|U1 Electrical Engineering Representative||Jude Habib|
|U1 Computer Engineering Representative||Cara Zhang|
|U1 Software Engineering Representative||Ajay Patel|
|U2 Electrical Engineering Representative||Reda El Khili|
|U2 Computer Engineering Representative||Chloe Grosdidier|
|U2 Software Engineering Representative||Paul Fournier|
|U3 Electrical Engineering Representative||Catherine McDougall|
|U3 Computer Engineering Representative||Robert Attard|
|U3 Software Engineering Representative||Suleman Malik|
|U4 Electrical Engineering Representative||Michael Verrecchia|
|U4 Computer Engineering Representative||Bogdan Dumitru|
|U4 Software Engineering Representative||Ece Pidik|
|VP Finance||Kareem Halabi|
|VP Internal||Ece Pidik|
|VP External||Alina Mambo|
|VP Academic||Marco Manglaviti|
|VP Administration||Catherine Grosdidier|
|VP Communications||Drifa Bellache|
|U0 Representative||Holly Thomlison|
|U1 Electrical Engineering Representative||Florence Diep|
|U1 Computer Engineering Representative||Luke Ma|
|U1 Software Engineering Representative||Sarah Swanson|
|U2 Electrical Engineering Representative||Michael Mardini|
|U2 Computer Engineering Representative||Mike Harvey|
|U2 Software Engineering Representative||Maxence Frenette|
|U3 Electrical Engineering Representative||Leo Lamanuzzi|
|U3 Computer Engineering Representative||Omar Bamashmos|
|U3 Software Engineering Representative||Morgan Mattone|
|U4 Electrical Engineering Representative||Yannis Issiakhem|
|U4 Computer Engineering Representative||Sheng Liu|
|U4 Software Engineering Representative||Eduardo Coronado-Montoya|
The events committee is in charge of helping the VP internal organize CoffeeHouse, Blues Pub, Banquet, Pancake Breakfasts and Pub Crawls. The members of the events committee also volunteer for those events.
The CodeJam committee is in charge of organizing and running CodeJam. The committee is part of the VP Technical Development's portfolio. Roles include food, logistics, swag, design, and others.
ECSESS RoboElectronics is an organization aiming to teach McGill ECSE students basic hands on electrical and electronics skills. Through weekly workshops, they teach you everything you need to know in order to build and program your own autonomous robot. What’s more, an end of semester competition will tie everything in and allow you to measure your skills against your fellow classmates. By joining ECSESS RoboElectronics, you will gain: problem solving skills, the ability to work in teams in order to accomplish a complex task and, last but not least, technical knowledge not taught in class.