Professor, Teaching Stream,
Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Steve Engels is a Professor, Teaching Stream in the Department of Computer
Science at the University of Toronto. Steve
came to the department at the end of 2002, and has recently been teaching courses in computer hardware, artificial intelligence and video game design. Steve's research interests in game design & programming, educational game design, artificial creativity (e.g. automatic music generation), open data and artificial intelligence applications.
Steve's most recent schedule.
If possible, please call or drop by
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My research interests started in areas related
to artifical intelligence and machine learning at the University of
Waterloo. Since then, my research interests
still involve aspects of AI, but have also
gravitated towards video game design, AR/VR
applications and educational research. For more
on my research interest, please check out my
- Doctorate Degree: PhD,
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University
of Toronto, 2021.
Study: Educational video game design (through the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning).
- Master's Degree: M.Math,
Department of Computer Science, University
of Waterloo, 2002.
intelligence, machine learning, natural
language and information extraction.
- Undergraduate Degree:
B.A.Sc., Cognitive Science Option,
of Waterloo, 1999.
Study: Computer Engineering. Focus on
high-level software design.
I am interested in many things. I like
photography, jazz music, birds, movies,
science fiction, swing dancing, volleyball,
psychology, cooking, poetry and cheese that is
good and stinky.