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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.            
Amir Maleki Zamenjani wins the 2017/2018 Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/5/9 5:42) 
MECH Ph.D. candidate Amir Maleki Zamenjani received the Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award for the 2017/2018 school year at the end of April. He is one of sixteen graduate students at UBC to be selected, and one of three recipients in the Faculty of Applied Science. This award is given to graduate teaching assistants who act as role models, work collegially with students, faculty, and colleagues, and demonstrate a broad knowledge of the field and an ability to help students actively learn. Amir also completed the Certificate Program in Advanced Teaching & Learning through the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology Congratulations, Amir! View of a photo of Amir here .
Call for Applications: Tri-Agency CGS Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplements?Deadline: May 11, 2018  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/25 0:47) 
CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC CGS Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplements ? Spring 2018 Competition The Canada Graduate Scholarships – Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement (CGS-MSFSS) Program supports high-calibre Canadian graduate students in building global linkages and international networks through the pursuit of exceptional research experiences at research institutions abroad. By accessing international scientific research and training, CGS-MSFSS recipients will contribute to strengthening the potential for collaboration between Canadian and foreign institutions. Applicant eligibility : Open to Canadian citizens or permanent residents who hold a Tri-Agency Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS) at the Master’s or doctoral level or a Vanier CGS. Please note that international students who hold a Vanier CGS are not eligible for this award. Award value : Up to CAD $6,000 for two to six months Applicant deadline : 4:00pm on Friday, 11 May 2018 For details about this ...
Dr. J.N. Reddy, Mechanical Engineering Distinguished Colloquium?April 26, 2018Dr. J.N. Reddy Book Fr  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/24 1:41) 
Please join us for a technical seminar with with Dr. J.N. Reddy. Event Details: Speaker: Dr. J.N. Reddy, Distinguished Professor, Advanced Computational Mechanics Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University Topic Area: Nonlocal And Non-Classical Mechanics Theories And Computational Approaches Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018 Time: 3:45 pm Location: Chemcial and Biological Building Room 102 Biography: Dr. Reddy, the Oscar S Wyatt Endowed Chair Professor, Distinguished Professor, and Regents Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University, is a ISI highly-cited researcher, author of 21 textbooks and over 600 journal papers, and a leader in the applied and computational mechanics field for more than 40 years. His pioneering works on the development of shear deformation theories (that bear his name in the literature as the Reddy third-order plate theory and the Reddy layerwise theory) have had a major impact and ...
May 1, 2018? Systems Biology for Target and Drug Discovery, Dr. Hsueh-Fen Juan  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/24 1:04) 
Speaker: Dr. Hsueh-Fen Juan, Professor, Department of Life Science, Graduate Institute of Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics, National Taiwan University, Editor Board of Scientific Reports (Nature Research) Vice Chairman, Taiwan Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Society Date/Time: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 from 11:00am to 12:00pm Location: CEME 1203 Title: Systems Biology for Target and Drug Discovery   Abstract: Precision medicine is a medical model with the idea that molecular information improves the precision with which patients are categorized and treated. Systems biology, one of the applications of precision medicine, aims to analyze the molecular expression level of an individual patient and further for targeted therapy. In this talk, I will represent how to find out drug targets and drugs in lung and breast cancers as well as neuroblastoma using systems biology approach. Here, we integrated not only proteome but also various gene expression datasets ...
MECH 2 SpaceX Landing Pad Competition: April 18, 2018MECH 2 Competition April 2018  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/20 3:03) 
The spring MECH 2 Competition took place on Wednesday, April 18, with 20 teams of second-year mechanical engineering students competing in a SpaceX design challenge. Teams designed remote-controlled landing pads that could be used to transport a rocket booster back to shore. The competition took place in a 60-foot pool, with teams competing head to head. Their efforts were recorded by several media outlets, including Xinhuanet , and Breakfast Television (segment starts at the 2:25 mark).
Walter Merida Interviewed About the Future of Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Cars  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/18 3:20) 
Walter Merida, MECH professor, Director of the Clean Energy Research Centre (CERC) and Interim Associate Dean of Research and Industrial Partnerships was interviewed by the Globe and Mail about the future of hydrogen fuel-cell cars. Read the full article here .
Design&Innovation Day 2018: Congratulations to Our Fourth Year Students on Their Capstone ProjectsIM  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/16 8:04) 
On April 5, the Faculty of Applied Science hosted its annual Design and Innovation Day where fourth-year students from all departments could showcase their capstone design projects. MECH students displayed their projects in the Engineering Design Centre, and were judged on their projects by industry members, faculty, and their peers. At the end of the day, MECH recognized the many industry partners who supported the capstone design projects, and awarded several internal awards decided by the 4th year students, including “greenest project,” “scariest project,” among others. Congratulations to all of our fourth year students for their hard work! Photos of some of the projects are included below.  
MECH 2 Competition: April 18, 2018Front Page?MECH 2 Competition v2  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/11 7:58) 
Join us for the final MECH 2 Competition of the 2017/2018 school year! In teams of 6-7, second year MECH students are creating remote-controlled ships to perform certain functions of the autonomous landing platforms used by SpaceX. Their vessels will have to move quickly, maneuver around obstacles, keep position (to receive rocket booster), and maintain stability in waves, while transporting rocket booster models. Competition schedule: April 18, 2018 9:30 – 11 am – Poster presentations ( EDC 102) 11 am – 2 pm – Competition ( KAIS 1180) Student teams only have about 2 weeks to complete their designs. Want to see how their designs do? Come watch the 20 teams compete!



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