Congratulations to all the competitors for an amazing event. Well done! Chuan Du: “We got a taste of how much work it takes to do a seemingly straightforward task. We realized the importance of defining the scope of the problem you want to solve, and setting realistic goals. If you keep these in mind whenever […]
The Engineering Physics Robot Competition will be held on Thursday, August 9 beginning at 10:00 a.m. in the UBC LIFE Building Theatre – Room 2201. Arrive at 9:50 latest. The theme is Star Wars and this year’s competition promises to be one of the best! L to R: Frank Jia, Alberto Misail, and Cheng (Charles) Qian. […]
Congratulations to Engineering Physics student Jenny Yang and her partner, Computer Engineering student Navjashan Singh for their outstanding work at the Canadian Engineering Competition in Toronto! The team placed fourth in a very tight scoring for best programming.
Left to Right: Anthony Ydenberg (WEC2018 Chair), Navjashan Singh, Jenny Yang, Spencer Pollock (Director of Programming) Congratulations Jenny Yang and Navjashan Singh! “The Western Engineering Competition (WEC) is Canada’s largest undergraduate engineering competition and is an annual, three-day event which involves 12 – 14 universities from across western Canada. It was founded in 1985 with […]
L to R: Shahriar Noroozi Zadeh, Amir Refaee, Alex Kyriazis and William Choi for “Automated Pathology, Characterizing Traumatic Brain Injury” – MDDC Award for Excellence finalists. Congratulations to the two Engineering Physics student teams competing in the Medical Device Development Center (MDDC) Awards, receiving the Award for Excellence in Biomedical Engineering Student Design and Innovation […]
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