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Innovating augmented and virtual reality
By Sam Charles on September 27, 2018
UBC Okanagan researchers are developing micro-lens arrays that are changing the scale of augmented and virtual reality equipment.
Posted in Graduate Students, Research, SOESpotlight | Tagged Holtzman, Mitacs, Recon, school of engineering, Yan | Leave a response
Alumni Profile – Muntasir Billah, PhD
By Sam Charles on September 26, 2018
Muntasir Billah is a graduate of the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus School of Engineering and an assistant professor at Lakehead University.
Posted in College of Graduate Studies, General, Graduate Students, News, student profile | Tagged Alam, alumni, Billah, Civil, Kabir, professor, school of engineering, Tesfamariam, Windsor | Leave a response
School of Engineering graduate student wins Young Scientist Award at Global Conference
By Sam Charles on September 23, 2018
PhD student Matiyas Bezabeh was awarded the Young Scientist Award at the 2018 World Conference on Timber Engineering held in Seoul Korea last month.
Posted in Graduate Students, News, Research | Tagged Bezabeh, school of engineering, structure, Tesfamariam, Wind, Wood | Leave a response
Multi-faceted research initiative addresses emerging challenges in the natural gas sector
By Sam Charles on September 17, 2018
A diverse group of researchers from UBC Okanagan’s School of Engineering is tackling some of the most pressing challenges in British Columbia’s natural gas sector.
Posted in Faculty, News, Research, SOESpotlight | Tagged LNG, Sadiq, school of engineering, Tannant | Leave a response
Building for tomorrow
By Sam Charles on September 12, 2018
The School of Engineering on the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia is pleased to unveil its strategic plan.
Posted in General, SOESpotlight | Tagged 2025, building for tomorrow, school of engineering, strategic plan | Leave a response
Making a difference in West Africa
By Sam Charles on September 7, 2018
While many students spent the spring and summer terms working to gain experience and some money, third-year mechanical engineering student Shola Fashanu was in Ghana working for a small start-up supported by Engineers Without Borders Canada.
Posted in News, Spotlight, Undergraduate Students | Tagged Engineers Without Borders Canada, Fashanu, Ghana, school of engineering | Leave a response