Student Achievements

July 7, 2015 | Student Achievements

APPS4KIDS HACKATHON: Creating digital tools to improve children’s health

Medical care for children with chronic conditions, particularly for those with neurodevelopmental conditions, can be very complex. There are significant advantages to incorporating digital tools into the medical care of children and youth. At the Apps4Kids Hackathon, held at UBC, paediatricians, parents, designers and students collaborated for a week to create apps that will improve children’s health. 

June 18, 2015 | Student Achievements

Registration circa 1915

What courses would you have taken if you were registering 100 years ago? In 1915, UBC's Applied Science course schedules were quite a bit different than they are today. For a quick break from registration, take a look at the 1915 engineering course schedule. You can get a sense of the ways engineering has changed profoundly over the years just from the course descriptions. The drawing, shop and field-work courses are particularly indicative of how much the curriculum has changed.

June 11, 2015 | Student Achievements

System-on-Chip Lab wins a Best Student Paper Award at RFIC

Wireless communication technologies are changing rapidly. As the potential for wireless applications expands to smart buildings, video streaming and everything in between, there is increasing demand for wireless solutions that are power efficient and able to function at a broad range of frequencies.

June 11, 2015 | Student Achievements

H+Technology breaks through crowdfunding goal on first day

Holus 3D Holographic display over 400% funded in first few days of campaign 

May 26, 2015 | Student Achievements

Congratulations Class of 2015!

Thank you for all your hard work and innovative engineering over the last three years.

April 14, 2015 | Student Achievements

Sleeves Up Teaching wins Christoph Sielmann a Killam Graduate Assistant Teaching Award

Over the last two years, Christoph Sielmann has been one of the Teaching Assistants supporting ECE's capstones, a set of courses for 4th year undergraduates to work on projects proposed by industry. Teaching the capstone teams can be very challenging. The projects combine many aspects of electrical and computer engineering from analog electronics, FPGA implementations, networking software, or the opto-acoustic effect in biological tissues.

April 7, 2015 | Featured, Student Achievements

2015 Capstones

  AT the heart of the ECE capstones are real, open-ended, engineering problems brought to us by clients. The best way to get a sense of the scope and diversity of the projects our students have successfully tackled is to see a few examples.  

April 2, 2015 | Student Achievements, Three Across

Finding new ways to visualize the body: 3D surgical markings

Capstone Project: 3D Surgical Markings Using Intraoperative Navigation Client: Dr. Rob Stead, Research Physicist, Novadaq Technologies Inc. Student team: Prab Grewal, Sarah Holdijk, Rohit Singla, Kathy Xu Professor: Purang Abolmaesumi Surgeons use a number of different techniques to help them visualize the body like ultrasound imaging or x-rays.

April 2, 2015 | Student Achievements, Three Across

Better Diagnostic Tools for Restless Legs Syndrome

Capstone Project: Smartphone-Based Electromyography System for Screening Restless Leg Syndrome in Children Clients: Dr. Osman Ipsiroglu, Pediatrician and Clinical Associate Professor and Mr.

April 1, 2015 | Student Achievements

Extending the Reach of UBC's Laptop Orchestra

Capstone Project: Remote Image Manipulation   Client: Bob Pritchard and Keith Hamel, UBC Laptop Orchestra Student Team: Adam Berg, David Hu, Mike Jensen, Justin Siu Professor: Sid Fels Have you ever gone to an electronic music performance to watch a musician's transfixed, blue-lit face, hunched over a laptop, one or two knob twiddles the only

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