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Jalal Ahamed

Professors Jalal Ahamed, Mitra Mirhassani, Simon Rondeau-Gagné, and Yufeng TongProfessors Jalal Ahamed, Mitra Mirhassani, Simon Rondeau-Gagné, and Yufeng Tong have received $50,000 from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council to design a portable device to test for COVID-19, replacing the need for samples to be sent to a laboratory for analysis.

UWindsor research team designing new testing device for COVID-19

A team from the University of Windsor is designing a portable device to test for COVID-19.

Jalal AhamedProfessor Jalal Ahamed and his team in the Micro Nano Mechatronic Research Lab have designed a microchip with nine sensors that can simultaneously track orientation, acceleration, velocity, position, temperature and elevation of a moving object.

Microchip technology drawing on nature as inspiration

Engineering professor Jalal Ahamed is turning to nature to inspire his research.

Arezoo Emadi, Jenitha BalasingamProfessor Arezoo Emadi and grad student Jenitha Balasingam of the Electrical Micro and Nano Devices and Sensors Research Centre (e-Minds) adjust an ultrasonic imaging system for cancer detection.

Tiny technologies promise giant applications

A facility designed for nano-scale research by controlling air pollutant levels, pressurization, temperature, and humidity is slated to open in 2019.

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.