By Sam Charles on January 26, 2022
Not very often does a student get recommended for a research role by an industry collaborator, but that is exactly how fourth-year Electrical Engineering student Joel Johnson began his NSERC’s Undergraduate Student Research Award program research with Electrical Engineering Professor Kenneth Chau and VO2 Master.
By Sam Charles on July 28, 2021
The four teams that received funding from the inaugural Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Impact (IEI) Fund have been steadily making progress through the spring and summer.
By Sam Charles on April 23, 2021
Winning teams selected to receive funding to launch student-led start-ups to solve real-world problems as part of the School of Engineering’s Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Impact Fund.
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By Sam Charles on March 31, 2021
The 2019-20 SOE Staff & Faculty Awards, delayed as a result of the pandemic, were presented virtually at an all-School virtual meeting held March 31, 2021.
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By Sam Charles on May 11, 2020
52 projects involving 49 industry partners were submitted by student groups as part of ENGR 499 Capstone.
By Sam Charles on April 19, 2020
Luke Herman BASc ’20 (Electrical) is now in the direct-entry PhD program, as a Jacobs Fellow, at the University of California San Diego in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a focus in photonics.
By Sam Charles on June 26, 2019
Awards included Administrative and Technical Service Awards to Faculty Research and Teaching Awards.
By Sam Charles on July 23, 2018
What started as a project to enable researchers to virtually dive into their nanophotonics world has morphed into an exciting new venture.