Congratulations to School of Engineering student Ali Mohandes.
Ali received the best student paper award and a $500 cash prize for his paper at the 2014 CSME International Congress held in Toronto, June 1 to 4, 2014.
“Robust MILP motion planning with LOS-based obstacle avoidance constraint” is authored by A. Mohandes along with M. Farrokhsiar and H. Najjaran.
Ali’s winning work falls under the topic of Robotics, Dynamics, and Autonomous Systems.
The biennial CSME International Congress is the flagship conference of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering. The purpose of the congress is to facilitate networking, as well as to disseminate research results and new technologies among universities, industry, government agencies, and R&D laboratories.
The 2014 conference was hosted by the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering) at the University of Toronto. CSME took place alongside the CFD Society of Canada’s 22nd Annual Conference.