COVID-19 updates:

University of Waterloo Coronavirus Information website

See list of Faculty of Engineering Modified Services

The Giga-to-Nanoelectronics Centre has reopened for research activities, as of August 17 2020.  Researchers wishing to use the facilities are required to review the new and additional safety material listed in the link at the left side of this page.

News

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

KA Imaging is awarded a $1Million investment from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

With a $1-million investment, X-ray imaging manufacturer KA Imaging Inc. will accelerate commercialization of its innovative, patented portable dual energy subtraction X-ray detector Reveal™ to meet customer demand, including those treating COVID-19 patients. The company will create 10 skilled jobs in Waterloo Region.

Friday, June 19, 2020

Asif Khan is awarded Vanier Scholarship

A nanotechnology engineering doctoral student, Asif Khan is a recipient of a prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

KA Imaging demonstrates diagnostic tool to monitor COVID-19 patients

See the KA Imaging Inc. Interview with NTV Houston about how the Reveal dual
energy x-ray detector can help screen for and monitor pulmonary
infection in COVID-19 patients.

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

G2N PhD Research Student wins a 3rd place award at 2020 IEEE Student Poster Presentation

Abdollah Pil-Ali, a PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, supervised by Professor Karim Karim, has won third place at the 2020 IEEE Student Poster Presentation for the poster titled: Illumination Curve Extraction of A Coded-Aperture Phase Contrast X-Ray Imaging System Using A High-Resolution X-ray Detector.  

Congratulations Abdollah!

Monday, January 20, 2020

Research Capabilities Enhanced by $5.7M CFI-ORF Innovation Fund Award

The G2N facility has recently installed new processing and characterization tools as part of its expansion from a $5.7M CFI-ORF Innovation Fund Project. The funding supports the new Facility for Functionally Advanced Sensor Technology (FAST) within G2N to support the efforts of the lab in the development of organic and inorganic semiconductor devices.

 The recent additions include:

  1. 2020 (5)
    1. July (1)
    2. June (1)
    3. April (2)
    4. January (1)
  2. 2017 (1)
  3. 2016 (4)
  4. 2015 (1)
  5. 2013 (1)
  6. 2012 (1)