ECIS Society

Welcome to the Engineering, Computing and Intelligent Systems Society!

The name might seem a bit like we're only here for computing and engineering students, but as long as you're interested, you're more than welcome!

We have plans to host the following events this year;

Fault Codes

Arduino Workshops

Employer Insights


Taking broken electronics, car engines, washing machines, etc.. apart and seeing 1)How they work and 2)Can we fix them? ??

Using the Arduino circuit board and it's compact, powerful IDE to build awesome sensor and other projects (Your membership will help us buy you one to take part!)

Hosted by Naythan, these are a great way to get chatting to people that have already been through the placement and grad job process to get to know the ins and outs of a good interview!
Creating custom projects such as Drift Trike, Electrric scooters & Electric Boats

What Have we Done in The Past?

  1. Formal

  2. Hackathon
  3. Design and Build Workshops

  4. 3D Printing Sessions 

What Do I Do Now?

Join! Add the membership to your basket and check out. Then head to and join the discord as well as liking the facebook page and following our Instagram and Twitter accounts. Once you've liked the Facebook page and paid your membership, you can request to join the ECIS Society Members group on facebook. If Facebook isn't your bag, you can join the discord (After you react in the discord, PLEASE change your nickname to your actual name by right-clicking on yourself on the members list on the right hand side so we can verify you and give you access to the members channels) Check out the video we did for UUSU freshers live for anymore info :)

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