Student Achievements

May 27, 2014 | Student Achievements

Capstone Project Advances Silicon Photonics Simulation

Designing and fabricating computer chips takes a lot of time and money. Chip designers alleviate as much of this expense as they can by using modeling tools to ensure the chips that reach the fabrication and testing phase have a high likelihood of success. Simulation enables designers to model device operations before sending their designs to fabrication. The capstone team of Phoung Tran, Trammy Nguyen and Stephen Liang developed a software tool to make the modeling of photonic circuits easier, a huge advantage in a young and vital industry.

May 27, 2014 | Student Achievements

Class of 2014

Congratulations to all the freshly minted ECE graduates! We wish you all the best in the wonderful career you have chosen.

May 27, 2014 | Student Achievements

Parisa Behnamfar wins the Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Prize

One aspect of being a teaching assistant that Parisa Behnamfar really enjoys is the active teaching and learning that happens during lab supervision hours. “Experimental setups usually bring up challenges, contradictions, discussions and eventually solutions. During the labs, I share my knowledge with passion which also enhance my confidence about the concepts that I am teaching."

April 10, 2014 | Student Achievements

And the winners are....

Subject:  capstone videos For their outstanding video, the first place prize of one thousand dollars went to: Isolated Fence Sections and Impact of GPR Mitigation Group 4: Ivan Gumulia, Keshav Khanna, Daniel Tiang, Sarah Walinga and Haider Ali Zaka. Instructor: Mike Wrinch Client: BC Hydro  

April 8, 2014 | Featured, Student Achievements

External partners provide substantial support to ECE's capstone projects

Subject:  capstones Philippe Kruchten tests one of the many prototypes on display at the Capstone Celebration The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department reached out to over 40 organizations and industry partners in September to help enrich the capstone experience of our senior students. 

March 27, 2014 | Student Achievements

You may never lose your keys again | Franklin Antonio Intern Scholarship winner advances indoor mapping

As an intern at Qualcomm, Bader Alahmad worked on Indoor Map Technology and Indoor Localization. During his internship, he developed an indoor map solution that can pinpoint the location of assets inside a building.

March 26, 2014 | Student Achievements

Ainara Garde receives Mitacs Elevate Fellowship

Ainara Garde has recently received a Mitacs Elevate Fellowship supporting her work with Guy Dumont at LionsGate Technologies.

March 19, 2014 | Student Achievements

Microsoft Graduate Women's Scholarship supports Angelica Ruszkowski's robotics research

Angelica Ruszkowski, a MASc student working with Dr. Tim Salcudean, recieved the Microsoft Graduate Women’s Scholarship to support her research in ECE’s Robotics and Control lab.

January 22, 2014 | Student Achievements

Two awards to ECEM at the Society for Technology in Anesthesia Annual Meeting

The Electrical and Computer Engineering in Medicince research group won awards for two of their projects at this year's Annual Meeting of the Society for Technology in Anesthesia (STA). STA Excellence in Technology Award - 1st Prize: A. Umedaly, N. West, K. vanHeusden, M. Görges, C.L. Petersen, G.A. Dumont, J.M. Ansermino, R.N. Merchant,  "Robust Closed-Loop Control of Anesthesia in Adults Undergoing Elective Surgery" 

January 17, 2014 | Student Achievements

Sarah Walinga awarded IEEE PES Scholarship

ECE’s Sarah Walinga was awarded $2000 from IEEE Power and Energy Society for her achievements in the power engineering field. She was presented the award by department head Dr. Andre Ivanov, and Dr. Marti also came up to personally congratulate her.

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