Tuesday, July 7, 2020

A paper written by researchers in two Waterloo Engineering departments has captured the European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering (eg-ice) 2020 award for best paper based on improving the safety and productivity of masonry workers.

Carl Haas, chair of civil and environmental engineering, Eihab Abdul-Rahman, professor of systems design engineering, and Juhyeong Ryu and Tasha McFarland, both engineering graduate students co-supervised by Haas and Abdul-Rahman, won for their contribution entitled Automatic Clustering of Proper Working Posture.

The Waterloo Engineering paper award was announced during the 27th annual eg-ice international workshop held online this year at the beginning of July.

The focus of eg-ice is to promote research and applications of advanced informatics to all aspects of engineering.

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