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APSC Rising Stars 2018: Madie Melcer, BASC?18 MECH AlumnaMadie-Melcer2018-05-29 Rising Stars Madie M  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/6/29 7:42) 
Photo by Clare Kiernan “I spent three years designing and building [Ada] with my team before taking the boat across Canada to launch her into the Atlantic Ocean for what was to be the first ever trans-Atlantic journey by an autonomous sailboat.” I?ve made my way through five years of mechanical engineering at UBC trying to do as much as possible. I joined UBC Sailbot at the beginning of my first year, helped launch our autonomous sailboat, Ada, across the Atlantic Ocean in August 2016, and then spent my last two years on the team as a mechanical lead. I?ve been a member of the Godiva Band for all five years playing flute and piccolo ? and I was in the UBC Concert Winds for my first five semesters. I?ve had three co-op jobs: working for Bosch in Germany; International Submarine Engineering in Port Coquitlam and finally at Blue Origin in the United States. I spent the first half of this past year applying to graduate schools, and was accepted to Stanford, Unive ...
Fall 2013?Day 2 of Photoshoot. Costume Preparation for A Midsummer Night?s Dream.  from UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies  (2018/6/27 5:23) 
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Congratulations May 2018 Grads!edited-1388-2major awardsedited-1338edited-1352edited-1359edited-1370  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/6/8 2:51) 
Please join us in congratulating our most recent graduating class, who crossed the stage on May 30, 2018! A special congratulations also goes out to all of our award winners, who have made outstanding academic and/or leadership achievements during the course of their program. See below for this year’s winners. Major Awards Letson Prizes Awarded to the Head of the graduating class for each Option. Awarded to: Benjamin Thorne (General Option) Christopher Bhatla (Biomedical Option) Zhaoshuo Li (Mechatronics Option) Erin Geiger (Thermofluids Option) Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering Gold Medal For overall outstanding achievement. Awarded to: David Luo APEG Achievement Award Given to one graduating student in each Department who shows great promise. Awarded to: Benjamin Thorne Capstone Design Awards Recognizes outstanding accomplishments in Engineering Design. Best MECH Capstone Team for Excellence in Design Exec ...
Mr. Tianyi Ko was awarded Jc-IFToMM Young Investigator Fund Best Paper Award  from Nakamura&Yamamoto Lab  (2018/6/6 11:48) 
Mr. Tianyi Ko was awarded Young Investigator Fund Best Paper Award in the 24-th Jc-IFToMM Symposium on Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, which was held at University of Tokyo on June 1. Tianyi Ko , Kazuya Murotani, Ko Yamamoto, Yoshihiko Nakamura, ?WHOLE-BODY MOTOR CONTROL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF THE HYDROSTATICALLY DRIVEN HUMANOID HYDRA (in Japanese),? in Proceedings of the 24th Jc-IFToMM Symposium, 2018. http://www.jc-iftomm.org/japanese/index.html
APSC Rising Stars 2018: Diana Nino, BASC?18, MECH Alumna2018-05-14 Rising Stars Diana Nino_ClareKier  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/5/30 0:47) 
Photo by Clare Kiernan ?Engineering will teach you about yourself and how to push through difficult challenges to find a solution.? I am a proud mechanical engineer graduate who has always been interested in creating change and helping others. Throughout my education, I have been involved with the Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Club (Club Mech) as the newsletter editor, vice-president and president (2017-2018), where I found amazing friendships and a passion for promoting unity within our student community. Helping to encourage awareness and support about gender minorities and biases has been a topic close to my heart that lead me to get involved with Women in Engineering (WiE) ? I love being able to motivate and support women in engineering by sharing my experiences, while learning many valuable professional and personal skills. I am an extremely passionate person, who is grateful to my peers, staff and faculty for making my time at UBC valuable and memorable. ...
MECH Alum Wins Oral Presentation Award at Injury Biomechanics SymposiumFront Page?M?Beth Schoenfeldm  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/5/29 0:18) 
M?Beth Schoenfeld , a second-year MASc student in UBC’s School of Biomedical Engineering, was awarded the Dr. Margaret H. Hines Award for best oral presentation at the 2018 Injury Biomechanics Symposium hosted by The Ohio State University. Now in its fourteenth year, the annual event aims “to stimulate and reward strong injury biomechanics research among students and recent graduates.” Schoenfeld, who is co-supervised by UBC mechanical engineering professor Peter Cripton, presented on a study where she and her team measured the vertebral and muscular responses of a live human subject as he was taken from an upright seated position into an upside-down free-fall. Accomplished using a custom inversion device built by Schoenfeld and her team, the study was an attempt to recreate the conditions of a rollover ? a crash where a vehicle tips onto its side or roof ? prior to a head-first impact. After the free-fall, the study participant was safely decelerated to rest an ...
VMocap: press release  from Nakamura&Yamamoto Lab  (2018/5/16 9:22) 
On May 15, we held a press conference to announce VMocap, a new video motion capture system. 5/15???????????????????VMocap???????????????? ?????? http://www.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp/news/pdf/news_20180515.pdf ???? ???? ??????????????????????????????????AI ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????????
TDPS 2018/2019 Season  from UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies  (2018/5/16 2:41) 
70 SCENES OF HALLOWEEN By Jeffrey M Jones Directed by Christopher Herold    In this quirky and inventive play, ordinary married couple Jeff and Joan seem set to spend Halloween on their couch in a state of mild antagonism and mutual boredom. But as time fragments and reassembles, dark forces emerge and the couple must contend with ghosts, beasts, and witches banging on their windows, wafting through their rooms, and wielding butcher knives.    October 11-14, 2018 // The Playhouse at Zellerbach Hall Studio Production TARTUFFE By Molière, translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur Directed by Domenique Lozano   A con man disguised as a pious spiritual leader wheedles his way into the home of a gullible wealthy man in the midst of a mid-life crisis?and promptly sets the household topsy turvy. If not for quick-witted Dorine, grounded Elmire, and patient Cléante, all might be lost! Lechery, egotism, young ...
May 14, 2018?NYU?s Research Platform for End-to-End 5G mmWave Communications, Dr. Marco MezavillaNYU  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/5/10 2:41) 
  IEEE Joint Aerospace & Electromagnetics Chapter Mon, 14 May 2018 – 16:00-17:00 MCLD 418 NYU?s Research Platform for End-To-End 5G mmWave Communications Dr. Marco Mezzavilla NYU Tandon School of Engineering   To register for this event, please click here   In this talk, Dr. Mezzavilla will provide a description of the most recent activities, awarded projects, and key finds related to mmWave communications. The focus will be on NYU’s end-to-end research platform, which comprises a channel sounder that integrates a phased-array with 12 steerable antenna elements, a mmWave channel emulator, and a customizable open source network simulator for 5G end-to-end mmWave cellular systems (whose tutorial recently appeared in IEEE COMST). This platform has been awarded a NIST grant to assess the feasibility of mmWave communications for emergency scenarios. Moreover, the same team, in collaboration with Rutgers University and Columbia University ...
May 10, 2018?Sustaining Urban Water Cycle, Dr. Wen-Tso LiuCHBE Seminar  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/5/10 2:31) 
Please join us for an invited talk featuring Dr. Wen-Tso Liu  this Thursday at 1:00 ? 1:50 pm in CHBE 102 on ? Sustaining Urban Water Cycle ?.   Dr. Liu will also be presenting a 30-min teaching lecture on Friday May 10 th at 11 am in CHBE 102.   All are welcome.            

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