By Sam Charles on January 6, 2021
A new residential solar energy system atop the VEDA student residences near UBC’s Okanagan campus is being analyzed, and may serve as a real-world lab for UBC researchers.
By Sam Charles on December 16, 2020
The School of Engineering’s newest student design club, Innovate, Design, Sustain (IDS), seeks to uncover innovative engineering and scientific solutions to create a more sustainable environment on campus and throughout the Okanagan.
By Sam Charles on December 4, 2020
It takes a special type of instructor to connect with their students, and Mehran Shirazi is such as instructor. Shirazi teaches APSC 173 Engineering Analysis II, APSC 177 Engineering Computation and Instrumentation (C++), and is just wrapping up APSC 179 Linear Algebra for Engineers.
By Sam Charles on December 3, 2020
Relegated to studying from his family’s home in rural Ontario hasn’t stopped second-year Manufacturing student Aidan Mundle from getting a hands-on learning experience.
School of Engineering awarded one of two Bauder Professorships in Experiential Learning & Leadership
By Sam Charles on November 17, 2020
Jonathan Verrett and Jannik Eikenaar, assistant professors of teaching in the UBC Faculty of Applied Science, have been named the augural recipients of the Marshall Bauder Chairs in Experiential Learning and Leadership.
By Sam Charles on November 12, 2020
New findings from UBC Okanagan indicate effectiveness of AIIR system as an additional layer of airborne infection control in dental offices.
By Sam Charles on November 6, 2020
With data traffic expected to continue to grow exponentially with increased smartphone and machine-type communication, researchers at UBC and KAUST are looking at ways to adapt current and future technology to address the impending crunch. Anas Chaaban, assistant professor at the School of Engineering on UBC’s Okanagan campus, is setting his sights on merging existing […]
By Sam Charles on October 29, 2020
Associate Professor Ian Foulds, the UBC Okanagan Principal’s Research Chair (Tier 1) in Indigenous Reconciliation in Engineering, is passionate about engaging and consulting with Indigenous communities in engineering contexts.
By Sam Charles on October 28, 2020
Shahera Islam is an international student from Dhaka, Bangladesh who is in her fifth year of the Electrical Engineering program.