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UBC ECE’s Professor Victor C.M. Leung has been awarded the Canadian Society of Information Theory’s 2017 Canadian Award for Telecommunications Research.
UBC Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Tim Salcudean, has received $639,322 in Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) funding.
Dr. Guy Dumont received his third NSERC Synergy Award for Innovation and graduate student Amir Abdi was awarded the NSERC Gilles Brassard Doctoral Prize for Interdisciplinary Research.
UBC Electrical & Computer Engineering faculty member Dr. Tor Aamodt has been selected to receive a Google Faculty Research Award to support his research on system-on-chip architecture modeling for mobile graphics.
UBC Senior Instructor and biomedical engineer Dr. Leo Stocco was recently interviewed in the Vancouver Sun about the future of robotic technology in medicine.
Tony Tang is a third-year Electrical Engineering undergraduate student at UBC. In this video, submitted as part of the NSERC Video Competition, he spotlights current departmental research on image guidance.
UBC software engineers Dr. Karthik Pattabiraman and Dr. Ali Mesbah want to introduce your mobile phone to your office building. Sound too futuristic? It might not be.UBC software engineers Dr. Karthik Pattabiraman and Dr. Ali Mesbah want to introduce your mobile phone to your office building.
Tearing your meniscus, the “shock absorber” of your knee, is one of the most common knee injuries, and incidence could rise with an aging population. Surgical treatment of a torn meniscus may involve partial or complete removal which is associated with increased incidence of osteoarthritis. DePuy Synthes Products, Inc. has formed a collaboration with Aspect […]
Understanding why a software program performs the way it does is a notoriously difficult task. Every year programmers spend hundreds of hours diagnosing performance issues that affect customers. The trouble is, existing tools that automatically “show” how different parts of the program perform are limited in the kind of insight they provide and are of […]