a professor lectures in front of an engineering classA workshop on Python and Machine Learning drew university and high school students to the Faculty of Engineering.

Workshop showcases advances in machine learning

The Faculty of Engineering and the Windsor chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) partnered for a two-day workshop on Python and Machine Learning for university and high school students.

Attendees explored several hot topics like the application of Machine Learning in Real-World Scenarios, algorithms, and hands-on project development. At the end of the workshop, the students toured the Machine Learning lab that showcases engineering student innovations.

Professors Rashid Rashidzadeh and Mohammad Hassanzadeh organized the workshop.

“Our aim was to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering and expose them to the exciting world of machine learning,” Dr. Rashidzadeh said. “The workshop’s overwhelming response and active participation showcase the immense potential of our future engineers.”