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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Josh Jaekel and Jalal AhamedJosh Jaekel and Jalal Ahamed have developed a personalized navigation system that has the potential to assist the visually impaired and those in low-visibility environments. The wearable smart device can track steps and map out surrounding obstacles in real-time.

Technology pioneered at UWindsor aims to assist visually impaired

UWindsor engineering researchers have developed a personalized navigation system that uses motion and acoustic wave sensors to detect nearby objects.

Austin LiolliAustin Liolli, a second-year electrical and computer engineering student and member of UWindsor’s MicroNanoSystems Research Group, displays a 3D lab-on-a-chip developed at UWindsor. He will present his LOC research at the International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition on November 15 in Phoenix, Arizona, as one of the top five finalists in the prestigious Young Engineer Paper contest.

Engineering undergrad sole Canadian finalist in international competition

Austin Liolli’s innovative design improves the efficiency of a lab-on-a-chip that fits in the palm of your hand.

Sujitha VejellaSujitha Vejella, an electrical and computer engineering graduate student, displays a microelectromechanical system (MEMS) based radar component she designed for medical diagnostic imaging. Vejella will present her research at the CMC Microsystems TEXPO Competition, October 17 in Montreal.

Engineering student designs portable, low-cost diagnostic imaging system

Engineering graduate student Sujitha Vejella is hoping her promising new research can prove to be a game changer in medical diagnostic imaging.

A team of UWindsor mechanical and electrical engineering students competed in the Electric Vehicle Grand Prix, last month in Indianapolis.A team of UWindsor mechanical and electrical engineering students competed in the Electric Vehicle Grand Prix, last month in Indianapolis.

Engineering students celebrating grand prix appearance

A team of UWindsor mechanical and electrical engineering students competed in the Electric Vehicle Grand Prix, last month in Indianapolis.

Donovan O’Donnell and Claudia Lutfallah prepare their automated plant watering system for judging.Donovan O’Donnell and Claudia Lutfallah, second-year electrical engineering students, prepare their automated plant watering system for judging in UWindsor Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ first Electrical Circuit Design Competition.

Circuit design competition gives students hands-on education

Electrical engineering students participated in the UWindsor Electrical Circuit Design Competition, April 7 in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.