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Lassonde Undergraduate Summer Research Conference 2024

In-Person Event

Date: Thursday, August 15, 2024
Location: Bergeron Centre

ABOUT

Over 70 undergraduate students from the Lassonde School of Engineering and beyond will be presenting their research projects during this conference. The students are presenting their research on a wide range of projects such as

  • Finding bugs in Java code
  • AI-enabled condenser design
  • Ethical computer vision using tools such as model introspection and manipulation
  • Removing Fluoxetine from wastewaters
  • and many more interesting topics…

The research projects were funded through the following programs:

  • Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada: Undergraduate Student Research Award (NSERC USRA)
  • Lassonde Undergraduate Research Award (LURA)
  • Mary & Hubert Lynch Undergraduate Research Internship
  • Dr. James Wu Research Internships for Undergraduate Engineering Students

Check out the 2023 winners below!

Note: 2024 winners will be updated after the conference

Best Poster Presentation

1st Place

Prachurya Deepta Adhikary
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Markov Chain Monte Carlo Method for Generating Naturalistic Shapes

2nd Place

Ammar Mohamed Mohieldin Ahmed Abouelmaati
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Optimal Spectrum Partitioning and Power Allocation in Semi-Integrated Sensing and Communications System

3rd Place

Haydar Isa Senturk
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Design and Optimization of Micro-Coils for Efficient Power Transfer to Brain-Implanted Medical Devices

Best Oral Presentation

1st Place

Alice Fours
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Vascularization in Tissue Engineering: Engineering Functional Blood Vessels in 3D-Printed Biomaterials for Enhanced Transplantation Outcomes

2nd Place

Sharon Musa
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Audio-Video Scene Recognition

3rd Place

Tyler Chung
Department of Earth & Space Science & Engineering
Development of a Remote 2-D Imaging Fabry-Pérot Spectrometer for Climate Change Sensing and Monitoring

Student Choice Awards

Best Poster Presentation

Kumar Vaibhav Jha
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Graph Based Multi-Object Tracking for Traffic Intersection Analytics

Best Oral Presentation

Stefan de Lasa
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Using Semantics and Geometry to Scale Monocular Depth Estimation Models

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