Simarjeet Singh thind

EIT Student


T: 1.905.232.7300

I am a Senior Technical Student at METSCO and am majoring in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. My goal during my co-op term is to learn as much as I can about the world of engineering consulting.

Since joining in May of 2019, I am learning new skills in fields of electrical power asset management, distributed system plans, power system engineering and design, and more. I greatly value the opportunity to contribute to major projects that have a profound impact on our energy sector and learn from industry professionals and clients.

At METSCO, the projects that had a profound impact on my education were in the area of advanced asset management and reliability engineering. I enjoy projects that allow me to learn new skills, utilize my academic and extracurricular experiences, and innovate to provide the best experience for our clients.

To provide helpful insight to our clients regarding their electrical power assets and help them draw innovative and efficient solutions for system operations and design, leading to future success, trust, and partnerships.

I am very passionate about robotics competitions. Having won the VEX Worlds Nothing But Net finals, the teamwork applied, engineering skills gained, and chance to represent your country on the world stage was an amazing experience. Ever since, I have strived to compete in hackathons and competitions focused on developing technologies in the medical field and for the visually impaired; I am constantly applying my academic background to do PCB design, image recognition, and more!

I am also very much a movie and TV series fanatic – I am obsessed with the DC Universe TV series (The Flash, Arrow, etc.) and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I also enjoy PC gaming in my free time – my favourite games are Skyrim, Witcher 3, and Rocket League. Lastly, I enjoy creating and sharing memes online.



  • Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.), Electrical Engineering (Year III) – Ryerson University
  • Minor in Computer Science – Ryerson University