Leo Stocco

Associate Professor Teaching
BASc and PhD (UBC)

Office: KAIS 3026
Phone: (604) 822-0166
Fax: (604) 822-5949
Email: leos@ece.ubc.ca

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Leo Stocco teaches Control System, Bio-Medical Instrumentation, and Project courses in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at UBC. He received his PhD degree from UBC in the field of robotics and control in 2000. He went on to lead the Robotics Group at Integrated Surgical Systems which builds a surgical robot for total hip and knee arthroplasty surgery. In 2005, he returned to UBC and later founded Orbitless Drives Inc., a start-up company that develops and licenses a patented epi-cyclic gearing technology that was developed by Leo.


Research Interests

Medical robotics, haptic interfaces, electro-mechanical optimization.

Research Areas


Teaching

  • ELEC 201 – Circuit Analysis I
  • ELEC 202 – Circuit Analysis II
  • ELEC 205 – Electronics Laboratory
  • ELEC 291 – Electrical Engineering Design Studio I
  • ELEC 292 – Biomedical Engineering Design Studio
  • ELEC 341 – Systems and Control
  • ELEC 371 – Biomedical Engineering Instrumentation
  • ELEC 391 – Electrical Engineering Design Studio II
  • ELEC 491 – Electrical Engineering Capstone Design Project
  • CPEN 491 – Computer Engineering Capstone Design Project
  • ELEC 492 – Electrical Energy Systems Capstone Design Project
  • CPEN 492 – Software Engineering Capstone Design Project
  • ELEC 493 – Nanotechnology and Microsystems Capstone Design Project
  • ELEC 494 – Biomedical Engineering Capstone Design Project
  • Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering I – ENGINEERING PRJ

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