Faculty Achievements

November 6, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

Most Downloaded Paper for Three Months

A paper written by Dr. Bobak Gholamkhass, Nima Mohseni Kiasari and Prof. Peyman Servati of the Flexible Electronics and Energy Lab (FEEL) has been the most downloaded paper in Organic Electronics for the past three months. This paper demonstrates the significant role of contact layers and device engineering in increasing the efficiency and stability of organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices.

November 1, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

Lionsgate Technologies Inc. Launches Phone Oximeter

Using standard medical sensors connected directly through the universal audio port of virtually any mobile device, the proprietary interface, called the Vital Signs DSP (Digital Signal Processor), provides precise monitoring of blood oxygen levels, blood pressure and body temperature which are displayed on the mobile device’s monitor.

October 2, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

Abolmaesumi and Fels Receive National Funding for Health Research

Purang Abolmaesumi and Sidney Fels are among seven UBC researchers awarded grants from the Collaborative Health Research program (CHRP), funded jointly by NSERC and the CIHR. Dr. Abolmaesumi’s research in biomedical technologies focuses on a 3D ultrasound imaging system for wrist fracture operations, which would allow more accurate surgery procedures and reduced radiation exposure for patients and surgical teams. For this project, Dr. Abolmaesumi was awarded $418,700.

September 12, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

From Darkest Absorber to Reflective Mirror

As one of the darkest materials on earth, a carbon nanotube forest can absorb the entire visible range of electromagnetic waves more efficiently than any other known black material. A research team at ECE, led by Kenichi Takahata and Alireza Nojeh, has transformed areas of this very dark forest into micro mirrors.

September 12, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

Konstantin Beznosov Appointed to Independent Panel on Internet Voting

The panel, convened by the Attorney General, will study the benefits and challenges of introducing online voting to provincial or local elections in British Columbia. The Chief electoral officer and Chair of the panel, Keith Archer suggested B.C. legislators "consider providing greater flexibility to the Chief Electoral Officer to introduce, on a pilot basis, a variety of new voting technologies" in his report on Recommendations for Legislative Change in November last year.

August 29, 2012 | Faculty Achievements, Graduate Student Achievements

Best Paper Award to Boostanimehr and Bhargava

PhD Candidate Hamidreza Boostanimehr and ECE Professor Vijay K. Bhargava are recipients of the Best Paper Award from the 2012 IEEE International Conference on Communications held in Beijing, China from August 15-17. Their paper, entitled, "Outage Analysis and Relay Allocation for Multi-stream OFDM Decode-and-Forward Rayleigh Fading Networks", examines the outage behaviour of cooperative systems. Their study enables the authors to analyze the outage performance more reliably. Congratulations! Read more: 

August 22, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

The Arab Spring - Implications & Opportunities for Canada - Prof Tyseer Aboulnasr

Professor Tyseer Aboulnasr recently addressed the Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs on “The Arab Spring - Implications & Opportunities for Canada."

July 5, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

Green Radio Communication Networks Released by Cambridge University Press

Green Radio Communication Networks, edited by Ekram Hossain, Vijay K. Bhargava and Gerhard P. Fettweis was recently published in the UK and Europe by Cambridge University Press.

July 3, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

Researchers Win Best Paper at IPCAI

The ECE research team of PhD students Mohammad Najafi and Narges Afsham, Dr. Purang Abolmaesumi and Dr. Robert Rohling  won the best paper award at the International Conference on Information Processing in Computer Assisted Intervention (IPCAI). 

June 26, 2012 | Faculty Achievements

$1.65M Grant Supports Electronic-Photonic Circuit Research

NSERC has awarded a $1.65 million Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) grant to support the “Silicon Electronic-Photonic Integrated Circuits” (Si-EPIC) program; a research program led by Lukas Chrostowski that will help prepare young engineers for careers in industry, government and academia.

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