- About Us
- Faisal Beg – Algorithms to Advance Research in Medicine
- Yasutaka Furukawa – Smart Building Technologies to Enhance Living Spaces and Create Opportunities
- Mo Chen – AI to Create Safe and Practical Robotics
- Sheelagh Carpendale – Understanding Data Through Interaction and Visualization
- Innovation to Improve 3D Navigation
- Voice AI is Helping Shoppers Make Better Decisions
- Geographic Information Science Can Help Better Track COVID-19
- Deep Learning to Inform Medical Diagnoses
- Protecting Killer Whales from Marine Traffic
- Using Big Data to Boost Athletic Performance
- Machine Reading for Literary Texts
- Finding a Cure for HIV with Big Data
- Linked Data for Women's History
- How Big Data Can Combat Fake News
- Algorithms for Safer Streets
- Discovering Wilde Data
- Deep Blue Data
- Big Data Meets Big Impact
- Previous Next Big Question Fund Projects
- Data Fellowships
- Using Data
- Upcoming Events
Gain access to a diverse big data talent pool
Our job-ready talent can bring new knowledge and skills to your organization. We connect you to our co-op and other academic programs such as the Professional Masters of Science in Computing Science, Big Data Concentration.
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) partnered with SFU and the University of British Columbia (UBC) to engage computing and data science students to solve a current business issue ESDC is facing. In addition to supporting monetary prizes, winners will be considered for potential career opportunity with ESDC. There was an overwhelming positive response from students for the Hackathon, with 7 SFU and 7 UBC teams, totaling 56 registrations. Throught this event, SFU connected ESDC with talented students with the technical skills they were looking for.
Close the talent gap
Competition to attract highly skilled talent is fierce. Access SFU’s big data talent pipeline and get connected to our graduates and students that are looking for new opportunities.
Funding for employers
We show you how you can access wage subsidies and grants when you hire an SFU co-op student.