Vincent Cheung (ECE), a PhD candidate, continued his winning streak this month in adding a global title to his local, regional and national entrepreneurial awards. Cheung was named Global Graduate
Visiting a casino is a positive experience for most people — an outing in which the food and entertainment can be as much fun as the betting. But for some, gambling becomes an addiction that can
If young Harry and friends had not cruised around Hogwarts unseen, hidden by an “invisibility cloak,” much of the hype surrounding metamaterials might itself never have seen the light of day.
University Professor Emeritus Ted Davison, of The Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was inducted into the USA’s National Academy of Engineering (NAE) as a
A group of Canadian companies announced their intention today to form a consortium to help advance electric mobility in Canada. Code-named “Project EVE,” the consortium represents an effort
The Virtual Music Instrument, a specialized software program Eric Wan (ECE 1T0) played a role in helping to develop, is among several projects the computer engineering graduate has been involved