Saturday, April 27, 2019

Our 'Age-related changes impact on BCI' paper is the featured article in IEEE TNSRE!

Screenshot of IEEE website showing featured journal article

Delighted that our paper is the featured article of IEEE TNSRE's current issue!

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Winners of RESNA Student Scientific Paper Competition!

Ahmed Malik and Jing Wei are winners of the RESNA Student Scientific Paper Competition! Ahmed's paper on "Detection of Ballistocardiogram-based Heartrate for Different Activities Captured Using a Prototype Portable Seat Cushion" won first place and Jing's "Exploring the Role of Wrist Temperature in Sleep Monitoring: Findings from Case Studies" was a runner-up.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

We are winners at the 3MT competition!

Photo of Ahmed and Surya at the 3MT competition

ITWIL's Ahmed Malik and Surya Neti won second and third place respectively at this year’s 3 Minute Thesis competition in Systems Design Engineering!

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Karan Shastri recipient of AGE-WELL ACCESS award

ITWIL's Karan Shastri is the recipient of the AGE-WELL ACCESS award. He used the funds to attend the  conference in Seattle, WA.

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

TRI Research Day a success!

Photo of the attendees from the ITWIL lab

On the coldest day of the year (so far!), 14 ITWIL members made the trip to the annual Research Day for the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (TRI).

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Mahzar Eisapour recipient of best student paper award at HFES2018

Mahzar Eisapour is the winner of the Best Student Paper award at HFES2018 for her paper "Virtual Reality Exergames for People Living with De

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Dr. Boger panel member for Science North

Dr. Boger was honoured to be a panel member of Science North's "Artificial Intelligence: Not just for robots anymore" Science Cafe.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

MCI@Work presented at the 19th IUW conference

ITWIL was proud to attend and present our research ( hosted by the Human Factors Interest Group at the University of Toronto. IUW brings together human factors researchers from three well-established academic institutions (UofT, UWaterloo, UBuffalo) and beyond to