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Winners of 2022 Lassonde Research Photo Contest Announced

The winners of the Lassonde School of Engineering’s second annual Research Photo Contest have been announced. Hosted by the Research Office, with the support of the Planning, Academic Resources & Research (PARR) Committee, this contest aims to promote Lassonde research projects and successes both within and beyond the School.

To participate in the contest, all community members (including students and researchers) were invited to submit a photo demonstrating their research and capturing their work in a new light.

The 29 entries were received from students and researchers were judged on several components including overall quality, unique perspective and relevance to research. Winners received prizes ranging from $500 to $1,500 in value.

Thank you to everyone who entered the contest and congratulations to all winners. Check out the full list of winners below.

First Place & People’s Choice Award

Preparation For Observation Night

Randa Qashoa and Michael Stewart, Master’s students, Nanosatellite Research Lab, Earth and Space Science and Engineering.

“Observation nights involve large groups working under pressure throughout the night to capture images of satellites for our research,” said Qashoa. “Despite the challenges we faced this year, we learned a lot from the experience and look forward to more observation nights this coming year.”

Second Place

Dendrite Structures in Organic Electrochemical Transistors

Mohammad Nazeri, Master’s student, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Third Place (tied)

Before Take Off!

Sogand Talebi, Master’s student, Earth and Space Science and Engineering.

Third Place (tied)

Smiling printed electrode “don’t worry, be happy”

Milad Ghalamboran, PhD candidate, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.