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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Drawing Boundaries Around Internships - NYTimes.com

A student, Payal Gandhi, right, learning on the job. The University of Waterloo builds paid work experience into its study courses. University of Waterloo Brent Rathgeber, a member of Parliament for Edmonton-St. Albert, supports Mr. Ferguson’s campaign to close the federal regulatory ...

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Russian entrepreneurs fight off Soviet culture in tech - Tech Chronicles

University of Waterloo - “Theoretically I would agree with that,” says Roman Karachinsky, CEO of media app News360. “But I haven’t seen any effects.” Karachinsky also says that recently it’s become fashionable for people who made a fortune in natural resources to start a venture capital firm. And that’s ...

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Social+Capital Founder And Former Facebook VP Chamath Palihapitiya To Join Us For Disrupt Europe | T...

University of Waterloo - Chamath Palihapitiya, a former Facebook executive and founder of investment firm The Social+Capital Partnership, thinks so. Which is why he is devoting a significant portion of his fund to backing startups that are tackling big problems in health care, education and financial services. ...

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How Custom Silicon Could Jump-Start the Wearables Revolution | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

This fall, when I met Thalmic CEO Stephen Lake at VeloCity, the University of Waterloo incubator where Thalmic started, he told me informal surveys of customers placing pre-orders show around 40 percent are focused on gaming and the rest are all over the map. One developer who will be ...

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Athos: Computers should be in your workout wear, not just your pockets | Crave - CNET

But co-founders Dhananja Jayalath and Christopher Wiebe -- both electrical engineers who went to the University of Waterloo in Canada -- are banking on this being an affordable alternative to the personal trainer, who is ultimately a data collector as well. Personal trainers are "not ...

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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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