Top 30 Under 30, Evoke Conference

Out of 700 potential candidates, Mathew Mozaffari was selected as a top 30 under 30 developer in 2019 within Canada for development work. The criteria was filtered through by 300 judges and innovators within the industry.

PennApps, University of Pennsylvania

An application was developed which uses a smart watch to detect heart attack risks and was selected as a top contender by CVS. The Ivey League institution showed interest in working with this tool further.

Hackaburg, TechBase in Regensburg, Germany

A prototype tool was developed for emergency vehicles which was awarded first place by TechBase. TechBase is a technology incubator in Germany. Development was continued to test the prototypes real world applications.

Ryerson’s Global Innovation Challenge, Ankara Turkey

An innovation challenge which involved our team getting flown out to Turkey to demonstrate the social innovation that can be done within various industries. The farming application improved the selling of natural resources and the Turkish government selected the project as a top contender.

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ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

The ACM ICPC is considered the “Olympics of Programming Competitions” due to the fact that it is oldest, largest, and most prestigious programming contest in the world. This contest is a multi-tier, team-based, programming competition. Headquartered at Baylor University, Texas, it operates according to the rules and regulations formulated by the ACM. The contest participants come from over 2,000 universities that are spread across 80 countries and six continents.

MHacks, University of Michigan

A development competition and a panel was hosted which involved Mathew Mozaffari, and his discussions on the promotion of the STEM industry and software development in our industry.

Technology and Innovation Conference in, Toronto, Canada

A technology and innovation conference hosted by Mathew Mozaffari, with individuals from Tesla, Apple, Amazon, Google and Uber. This event was one of the largest hosted at Ryerson University. The panel informed individuals about the STEM industry and the opportunities beyond the academic career.

Social Life Rogers TV, Television Show

A half-hour television show focusing on all things trending from social media, to the latest tech gadgets and the world of Hollywood. Stephanie Loureiro is a host and producer of the show that is broadcasted to Rogers cable subscribers all over Ontario. New episodes of ‘Social Life’ air Wednesdays at 4:30PM on RogersTV channel 10.

International Mathematics Olympiad

The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is an annual six-problem mathematical olympiad for pre-college students, and is the oldest of the International Science Olympiads.

The content ranges from extremely difficult algebra and pre-calculus problems to problems on branches of mathematics not conventionally covered at school and often not at university level either, such as projective and complex geometry, functional equations, combinatorics, and well-grounded number theory, of which extensive knowledge of theorems is required.

OttaHacks, RL Healthcare Solutions

A tool was developed which predicted wait times in clinics. The tool was awarded first place by developers as an “innovative tool” using the technologies given by RL Healthcare Solutions.

2018 Hack in the North Winners - Indian Institute of Technology

Hack in the North is India’s biggest student-held hackathon which has invited a legion of over 1,000 hackers over the past four years to collaborate, create and bring to life an idea, in 36 hours. Karan’s team developed a web-app that uses Machine Learning to pinpoint the important parts of a video and stitches them together using other tools in Python to get a condensed clip of the original video.