- Robustness of water supply systems, with a focus on treatment
- Facilitating application of newer treatment technologies (e.g. UV disinfection and membranes), including integration into existing facilities
- Identification and removal of trace chemical contaminants (pharmaceuticals & endocrine disrupters)
- Known and emerging pathogens, and their removal/inactivation by treatment processes
NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Water Treatment [NSERC Profile]
[Waterloo Stories] March 14, 2013 "Protecting our drinking water for 20 years"
Biomechanics engineering (injury rehabilitation, assistive devices for elderly, athletes, disabled)
Mechatronic and robotic systems
Multibody system dynamics
Computational methods for analysis and design
Advanced vehicle systems
Canada Research Chair in Biomechatronic System Dynamics [Canada Research Chair Profile]
NSERC/Toyota/Maplesoft Industrial Research Chair in Mathematics-Based Modelling and Design [NSERC Profile]
[Waterloo Stories] February 20, 2019 "Engineering innovation for wheelchair curlers"
[Waterloo Stories] August 5, 2016 "Rio Olympics 2016: Engineering speed for the Canadian track cycling team"
[Waterloo Stories] June 17, 2015 "Waterloo’s $10M dream facility for smarter, greener cars"
Office of Research - Technology Transfer & Commercialization:
Biotechnologies (sensors, mobile health, biomedical instrumentation, DNA sequencing, pharmaceutical analysis, skin cancer screening, energy harvesting, environmental monitoring)
Wireless communication systems (RF technologies, antenna, and propagation modelling)
Emerging RF/Microwave/Millimeter Wave/THz systems, devices, and novel electromagnetic materials
Computational electromagnetics and photonics
NSERC Research In Motion Industrial Research Chair in Wireless Communications [NSERC Profile]
[Waterloo Record] July 3,2018, highlights the Anechoic chamber in the Centre for Intelligent Antenna and Radio Systems (CIARS)
[Waterloo News] June 28, 2018 "AI and radar technologies could help diabetics manage their disease"
[Engineering News] June 28, 2018 "Researchers developing a prick-free glucose monitor"
[RD Magazine] June 28, 2018 "AI and Radar Technologies Could Help Diabetics Manage Their Disease"
[Waterloo Stories] January 20, 2017 "Smart antennas could “make the world a better place”
[Waterloo News] June 22, 2016 "Developed in Waterloo, now orbiting in space"
[Waterloo Stories] September 13, 2013 "Waterloo opens world-class facility"
[CBB researcher story] December 7, 2012 "Improving Healthcare with Electromagnetic Waves"