School of Engineering PhD candidate receives prestigious Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship Award
By Sam Charles on September 22, 2020
PhD candidate Levi Bieber develops advanced high-power converter topologies and controls to enable the integration of large-scale renewable energy sources into the AC power grid.
By Sam Charles on January 8, 2020
Having a PhD is the beginning of my new academic journey. It taught me how to be organized, and how to structure scientific research in order to ensure that it leads to significant contributions to the body of knowledge. It’s never-ending work.
By Sam Charles on August 30, 2019
The School of Engineering is pleased to announce that Dr. Rudolf Seethaler has been appointed MEng Coordinator. In this newly created role, Dr. Seethaler will work closely with the School’s associate director of graduate studies, Richard Klukas, (and the graduate studies committee) to provide support and direction for the MEng program. His responsibilities will include […]
By Sam Charles on August 27, 2018
Ashraf Ahsan uses Raman spectroscopy to study the influence on the crystallinity and scattering of carbon thin films that have been synthesized using different deposition techniques by varying the Raman laser’s wavelengths or frequencies.
By Sam Charles on August 18, 2018
Uchenna Emmanuel J. Anayaoha works on a computational based-method for optimizing concrete compressive strength using data analytics.
By Sam Charles on July 16, 2018
Kalie Smith researchers the impact of freeze-thaw cycles on homogeneous earth dams used in the oil and gas industry in northern BC and Alberta.
By Sam Charles on June 27, 2018
Connor Badowich researches Wireless Power Transfer (WPT), which involves using inductive coils to transfer power (on the order of Watts) across a gap of 20-40cm.