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May 29, 2012 | Featured, Student Achievements

Renaissance Man and Governor General's Medal Winner

It’s not easy to achieve the highest academic standing in the Applied Sciences program, but that’s just what Alexey Pazukha has done. Professor Dr. John Madden can testify to the graduating student’s tireless scholastic efforts. “In these times of great specialization, Alexey Pazukha is a rare example of a Renaissance intellect.” Contemporary German literature, evolution of transistors and quantum mechanics are some of his interests, but his expertise spans across them all. He doesn’t just dabble; he excels.

April 20, 2012 | Faculty Achievements, Featured

Dr. Stocco Wins UBC Killam Teaching Prize

UBC recognizes outstanding achievement in teaching with the UBC Killam Teaching Prize. The Prize is adjudicated within each Faculty and recognized university-wide. Faculty members are nominated by students, colleagues, and alumni in recognition of excellence in teaching. Congratulations Leo! You can witness Dr. Stocco's enthusiasm for teaching and commitment to his students in these videos. 

March 16, 2012 | Faculty Achievements, Featured

Dr. Pulfrey, known for “concise, crystal-clear derivations,” retires

When Professor David Pulfrey, P.Eng., came to UBC in 1968 as a postdoctoral teaching fellow, he planned to stay only a year. Forty-three years later, he’s retiring from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering after a distinguished career.

February 9, 2012 | Faculty Achievements, Featured

Dr. Karlen becomes Rising Star in Global Health with Camera Oximeter

Grand Challenges Canada announced today UBC’s Dr. Walter Karlen is a Rising Star in Global Health—an innovator dedicated to improving health in the developing world. As a Rising Star, he will be awarded a $100,000 grant to further develop his innovation, the Camera Oximeter. Get the full story.

January 31, 2012 | Faculty Achievements, Featured

DR-NEP: helping disaster responders make better decisions

Subject:  Disaster Response Network Enabled Platform The Disaster Response Network Enabled Platform can help to save lives around the world by modeling a community’s response to a nature disaster. The platform simulates multiple systems such as: the power network, the electrical network and telecommunications network. All of these systems depend very strongly on each other in normal life but this interdependence is even more evident during large disasters. For example, imagine that, after an earthquake, there is not enough energy from both the hospital and the water pumping station. A decision must be made about how to split the power.

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