Join a team designing a mobile app for medicine

Join a team designing a mobile app for medicine…

UofT internal medicine residents,  Sarah Alghamdi and Amir Rumman, are creating a new mobile app for physicians. They are looking for a student with mobile app development experience to help them with their project:

We are looking for a student or graduate to design a medical smartphone application (app) with a focus on gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary disease. Content will be in text form, with several embedded calculators and simple images. Tasks will include creation of an app logo and simple images, app layout design, and app development for both iOS and Android platforms.

If interested, please contact Sarah.alghamdi@mail.utoronto.ca

Position: Culture Dock – Mobile App Developer

Position: Culture Dock – Mobile App Developer

From Culture Dock:
Culture Dock is a Toronto-based start-up that has developed a new social
media app for the travel industry. We’re looking for a mobile
application developer with experience in both Android and iOS to join
our team upon launch in the new year. Under the guidance of our chief
technology officer, you’ll initially be required to apply updates and
fixes but creative input will be encouraged and rewarded as the app
scales and you become an integral part of our team. We’re looking for a
developer based in Toronto, preferably a student who is not yet looking
for full time work but wanting to get on board a start-up with great
potential that will bring full-time employment by Summer, 2017.  For
more information please contact Kendall at kendall@culturedock.com or
call (647) 293-1449

Position: Unity Developer

Position: Unity Developer

Are you a junior to mid-level Unity Developer? The Jewish Homelands project is looking for someone to help build an aesthetic VR experience.  This SSHRC-funded project creates virtual worlds to imagine and imagine three historically proposed sites for Jewish homelands around the world.

Project Overview:

  • We are looking for a Junior to mid level Unity programmer to help us build an educational and aesthetic VR experience.
  • Imaginary Jewish Homelands is funded by a SSHRC Research/Creation Insight Grant. It is a collaborative project led by Professor Melissa Shiff, (Research Associate, Sensorium, York University) who is the project director and lead artist, Professor Louis Kaplan (University of Toronto), historian for the project and Professor Brian Sutherland (University of Toronto), who is the project’s augmented reality developer.
  • The project creates virtual worlds to image and imagine three historically proposed sites for Jewish homelands around the world.

The project utilizes Unity to create the virtual reality world

Education:

• Graduate student preferred in computer science, graphic design or equivalent, however, undergraduates will be considered depending upon skill level and demonstrated experience.

Skills:

Unity skills including:

  1. Excellent knowledge of Unity 3D, textures and animation
  2. Strong coding development skills using C#
  3. Ability to produce clean and well documented code with a clear understanding of how design

    translates to code.

  4. Experience with the customization and use of shaders
  5. Asset import: 3d digital models which will be imported into Unity to create our virtual world.
  6. Database coding: Our VR world consists of 3d models which are textured with hundreds of

    digital archival documents. Each document will need be coded to link to an archive.

  7. Management of assets
  8. Model layout
  9. Generating Unity topographies.

Other:

  • Previous experience working with collaborative projects recommended.
  • Demonstrated initiative, creativity and ability to learn new skills.
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Expect hours: 4-10 hours a week

Pay depending on level of experience

Application Requirements:

• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Portfolio of previous work and/or links to previous work

If you are interested in this position please send the above materials to: Melissa Shiff: melissa@melissashiff.com
(hiring in early January)

PalPlay is looking for iOS development talent

PalPlay is looking for iOS development talent

UofT Masters Student, Tawfiq Abdulai, is looking for talent to take his app into iOS:

From PalPlay:

Palplay aims to make messaging a bit more fun and engaging by enabling users share music snippets with friends and family. We call it an ‘alternate’ form of communication. It’s exciting and has garnered some interest among users who want to see the platform expand.

Palplay has been an on and off project for founder- Tawfiq Abdulai, who started the project during his third year undergraduate study at University of Toronto. He is now undertaking a Masters program at UofT and has decided to listen to users and expand the application to a larger market. Contact Palplay through email at palplayapp@gmail.com or check out the website www.palplayapp.com .

Talent skill set:
Ios development with swift or objective c
Ability to send/ recieve json through a request to backend
Ability to optimally handle image size both backend and front end
General knowledge of Apple app store rules/regulations

Digifest Student Showcase – Call for Submissions

Digifest Student Showcase – Call for Submissions

Toronto’s Digifest conference is looking for submissions to their 2017 student showcase. From Digifest:

We’re searching for Student Showcase submissions for Digifest 2017. The fifth annual Student Showcase will be held at Digifest from April 27th to 29th, 2017, at Corus Quay on Toronto’s waterfront. This year’s showcase will focus on “Research & Business”, presenting the most innovative interdisciplinary partnerships between students and industry across North America.

Participants from post-secondary institutions and their industry partners will discuss their collaborations—and the impact they’ve generated—with Digifest attendees. We invite submissions from the following areas:

  • Design research and user experience (UX)
  • Learning methodologies and new learning tools
  • Innovation labs/incubators/research offices and development collaborations

The student showcase is a unique opportunity for schools to display and present their research capabilities to hundreds of Digifest attendees, the general public, and potential industry partners.

Please submit applications online at http://torontodigifest.ca/2017/student-showcase/ by February 10, 2017. Selected projects will receive four passes to attend Digifest 2017, as well as exhibitor space at the conference. Selected projects will also be allotted a 15-minute time slot to give short in-booth presentations about their project throughout the conference.

 

 

UofT Startup LiberAte Looking for Mobile Developers

UofT Startup LiberAte Looking for Mobile Developers

LiberAte is poised to disrupt the restaurant industry by changing the way people find food and how restaurants satisfy their customers. The team has successfully completed a CSA approved incubator, the University of Toronto Hatchery, and is now looking to expand.

They are looking for mobile developers from the UofT community – check out their posting here.

New Mobile Apps Resource Guide From UofT

New Mobile Apps Resource Guide From UofT

Carey Toane has posted a useful Mobile App development resource guide, in collaboration with the Mike Spears, manager of the UofT MADLab. Carey is the Entrepreneurship Librarian for the Gerstein Science Information Centre.

According to Carey:

The guide was developed in response to the high volume of questions about and interest in mobile apps as a business idea among U of T entrepreneurs. The guide is primarily comprised of open web links to resources intended to help students and faculty looking to develop an app to understand what’s involved such as costing, design, market landscape, and other resources like analytics tools, recommended blogs, community resources and more.

We hope you check it out!

 

Startup with Former UofT Students Looking For Android Developer

Startup with Former UofT Students Looking For Android Developer

Location: T oronto, Ontario T ype: Full Time & Part Time
HnL Innovations is currently developing a mobile app that helps students get together on large university campuses to create a sense of community. We are a hard­working team who share a vision to give students a chance to maximize their potential. If you share the same vision as us and would like to take an active hand in realizing it, we would like to bring your talent to work with us and to get to know you better.

Find out more in their posting:

Posting

DCSIL Startup is looking for an Android Developer

DCSIL Startup is looking for an Android Developer

Dymaxia, Inc. is a wearables startup venture with the UofT DCSIL. They are looking for an experienced Android developer.

More info here:

Android Developer Job Posting

Swift Sessions: Startups Edition

Swift Sessions: Startups Edition

Interested in coding for iOS, OSX and watchOS? Bring your lunch down the MADLab for a Swift demo (on optional-values) and Swift Q&A.

Stay to meet some new U of T startups looking for mobile development – Companies TBA.

Leave with a cool new project to work on – or at least a free snack and coffee.

When: Friday, January 22, 12-1:30 pm
Where: MADLab, Gerstein Science Information Centre
Who: Presented in partnership with U of T Libraries & the MADLab
Space is limited. Register now.