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Ten University of Waterloo researchers are receiving seed funding as part of a joint venture between Waterloo and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).
Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a blueprint for designing effective information systems that will help parents receive efficient updates about their school-aged children.
The system comes out of a study that examined the use of technologies such as GPS, fitness trackers and surveillance applications and the best ways these can be used to inform parents while respecting privacy.
A new material created at the University of Waterloo can switch back and forth between a hard solid or a soft gel at the same temperature, a breakthrough that offers an innovative solution to a long-standing challenge with synthetic materials by giving it both strength and shape adaptability.
The University of Waterloo and the University of Rochester jointly hosted a photonics symposium this week in honour of Nobel laureate Donna Strickland.
The Celebratory Waterloo-Rochester Photonics Symposium showcased her research in photonics with a keynote address by Professor Strickland.
Four key areas of photonics research were featured: High field science, chirped pulse amplification, biophotonics, and ultrafast lasers and quantum information.
In spring 2020, international robotics expert Katja Mombaur will join the University of Waterloo as a Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Human-Centred Robotics and Machine Learning.
She discusses her new role and renowned research in a video highlighting the CERC program and the eight chairs awarded across Canada.
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