L - R: Tianna Hudak, Mojan Jamalzadeh. Cailin Ringstrom (behind bench).
The annual Engineering Physics Robot Competition, the final exam for ENPH 253, will be held this year in the UBC LIFE Building (the old SUB), Room 2201.
The competition begins at 10 a.m. Spectators should arrive at 9:30. Come and cheer on our students!
Congratulations Engineering Physics students L to R Julia Rosenrauch, Emma Gray and Carol Ng for their first place finish in the first all-female Western Canada hackathon - an official 24 hour Major League Hacking event!
On the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Eng Phys Project Lab, and the reunion of the Eng Phys class of ’78, we are proud to announce the creation of the Boye Ahlborn Endowment for the Engineering Physics Project Laboratory, seeded and created by a generous initial donation from Scott Phillips (ENPH’89), Founder and […]
Congratulations to all the competitors for an amazing event. Well done! Team Admiral Trackbar: “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 […]
Congratulations Engineering Physics students Simon Bambey (Team Captain), Jordan Jones (Payload Team Lead), Arthur Chen, Maryam Baksh, Nishad Jamaldeen (Payload Team Members), Yuqing Du, and Carly Jones (Avionics Team Members) for the outstanding performance of Cypress at the Spaceport America Cup in New Mexico! Pictured are Body Inspection Team L – R: Eric Bast, Nick […]
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