Jennifer Susan

Jennifer Susan

Engineering innovations help ease the pain of Canadian winter -- WATERLOO, ON, Dec. 10, 2013

University of Waterloo - Developed by Raqib Omer, a Waterloo Engineering graduate, Smart Scale uses exclusive hardware wirelessly paired with GPS-enabled smart phones to track the location of a maintenance vehicle and amount of salt dispensed, and logs the information on a cloud-based system in real time. Since ...

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Researchers Demonstrate Applications of Super-slick Coatings, SLIPS on Cotton & Polyester Fabrics -...

The co-lead author of the Nanotechnology publication was Noah MacCallum, a student at the University of Waterloo and a co-op member of Aizenberg's lab; coauthors included former postdoctoral fellow Tak-Sing Wong and research associate Philseok Kim. The latest work was supported by the ...

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Four University of Waterloo Engineering Professors Named Canada Research Chairs

University of Waterloo - Instrumental in the development of a new Biomedical Engineering degree at the University of Waterloo, Professor Alexander Wong in Department of Systems Design Engineering holds the new Canada Research Chair in Medical Imaging Systems. He will develop medical imaging systems that will ...

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Christie Design Awards Recognizes Creativity of Stratford Campus Students - Yahoo Finance

"We are excited to share the creative talents of our students with our long standing partner, Christie," said Ginny Dybenko, executive director, University of Waterloo Stratford Campus. "The focal point of our campus atrium is a 3-storey Christie® MicroTiles® wall that regularly inspires ...

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Tobacco use in India seen killing 1.5 million a year | Family & Health | World Bulletin

"Compared with many countries around the world, India has been proactive in introducing tobacco control legislation since 2003," said Geoffrey Fong, a professor of psychology at Canada's University of Waterloo and a co-author of the report. As a result, India, with a population of 1.2 ...

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Thalmic Labs goes open source with its MYO Armband

University of Waterloo - Thalmic Labs CEO Stephen Lake. Thalmic Labs is opening up its MYO Armband to developers eager to hack the device according to whatever uses they can dream up, via its newly announced Thalmic Labs Developer Program. The device, developed in the University of Waterloo’s VeloCity Garage in ...

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Ontario Institute for Cancer Research | OICR researcher honoured by World Health Organization for to...

University of Waterloo - TORONTO, June 4, 2013 /CNW/ - Dr. Tom Hudson, President and Scientific Director of the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR), congratulates Dr. Geoffrey Fong who received a World Health Organization (WHO) World No Tobacco Day Award in a ceremony in Washington DC on May 31, 2013. ...

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Press Release - Christie CTO Paul Salvini Keynote Speaker at New High Performance Displays Conferenc...

University of Waterloo - CYPRESS, CA, September 22, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Christie, a world leader in visual display technology, is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Salvini, its Chief Technology Officer, will be a keynote speaker and a panelist at the High Performance Displays Conference taking place in ...

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Thalmic labs announces wearable gesture control device | Relação Pública

Thalmic Labs was founded in 2012 by three University of Waterloo Mechatronics Engineering graduates (Aaron Grant, Matthew Bailey, and Stephen Lake) and has since grown to 10 employees. As announced in January, the company is a part of Y Combinators winter 2013 cohort and has raised ...

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Behind the scenes: Thalmic Labs shows how gesture control device MYO got made

University of Waterloo - Lake and his colleague Matthew Bailey studied mechatronics engineering at the University of Waterloo, a field that combines electronics, mechanical design, software engineering and systems integration. MYO was the culmination of their studies. Greenberg has been in charge of fielding ...

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