IEEE Ryerson Electronics Chapter


Welcome to Ryerson's Electronics Chapter! Discover a community that is creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electrical and computer technologies and sciences.


About Us
Engineering encompasses a passion to create the wealth in our society that connects us. Ryerson Electronics Chapter creates an inclusive community where imagination sparks innovation! We leverage the theory from the lecture halls and apply them into DIY electronics projects.

REC is dedicated to promoting the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electrical and computer applications.

Weekly Drop-In workshops are designed to challenge participants of all skill levels, utilizing Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Github, Electronics, Signals, Embedded Programming, design and much more! As an attendee, you can expect to leave each workshop with a new and improved skill set.

"Let’s reignite the spark in learning!"



Workshop 2018



Meet Our Team

Majd Atto


Co-Chair


Majd is a 4th year Electrical Engineering student. He is very interested in exploring microsystem design and signal processing for biomedical and defense applications to enhance the well-being of society. Majd also hopes to influence the Ryerson community by giving students the opportunity to interact and work together, to build a stronger engineering community!

Sarfaraaz Khan


Lead Hardware Specialist

Sarfaraaz Khan is a 2nd year Electrical Engineering student at Ryerson University. He loves working with hardware especially with a wide variety of sensors, Arduino, raspberry pi, DAQ systems and many more. He constantly try to increase his knowledge by learning new programming languages and experimenting with new hardware.

Anthony Spiteri


Chief Operational Officer


Anthony is a 4th year Electrical Engineering student. He is interested in robotics and control systems. He typically creates various projects using an Arduino and Adafruit Feather HUZZAH. He also likes to sleep and eat!

Shahezad Kassam


Chief Technical Officer


Shahezad Kassam is a 4th year Electrical Engineering student. Typically working with Arduino, he creates and designs do-it-yourself projects with the microcontroller. In his free time, he enjoys sleep and playing games.


Anne Li


Web Developer


Anne is a 3rd year Computer Engineering student. Her interest is in software systems engineering and software development. She believes in fostering learning by creating a sense of belonging in the community.

Parth Patel


Lead Software Specialist

Parth is a 3rd year Electrical Engineering student. He is interested in design and application of microcontroller systems. He usually works with Arduino and Raspberry Pi to implement real world applications.