Monday, May 9, 2022

Sabrina Mokhtari awarded 2022 Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence

photo of Sabrina Mokhtari

Incoming master’s student Sabrina Mokhtari has received a 2022–23 Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence from the Vector Institute. These merit-based scholarships provide $17,500 for one year of full-time study and are awarded to exceptional students who have been admitted into an AI-related master’s program in an Ontario university. 

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

PhD graduate Ryan Goldade receives 2021 Alain Fournier Award

computer animation showing Ryan’s research on variable viscosity

Ryan Goldade has received the 2021 Alain Fournier Dissertation Award for his thesis titled “Efficient liquid animation: New discretizations for spatially adaptive liquid viscosity and reduced-model two-phase bubbles and inviscid liquids.”

Thursday, April 28, 2022

PhD student Enamul Haque member of research team using machine learning to help address stigma of substance abuse in developing nations

photo of Enamul Haque at computer monitor

In developing countries, people with substance-abuse issues sometimes face shame and can find it difficult to get help. Now, a research team is using machine learning and anonymized data to get a clearer picture of the underlying factors that influence tendencies to abuse drugs and alcohol.

The research provides a rare insight into a somewhat neglected subject because of social and cultural taboos. The research team hopes their work can eventually make it easier for people to get help.

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Recent PhD graduate Akshay Ramachandran awarded 2022 Mathematics Doctoral Prize

photo of Akshay Ramachandran

Akshay Ramachandran has received second place in the 2022 Mathematics Doctoral Prize for his thesis titled “Geodesic convex analysis of group scaling for the Paulsen problem and tensor normal model.” This prestigious institutional award is conferred annually to recognize the achievements of the top three graduated doctoral students in the Faculty of Mathematics.

Friday, April 8, 2022

Company founded by two Cheriton alums named among the 2022 C100 Fellows

image depicting financial technology

Float, a company that offers corporate credit card and accounting services and was co-founded by Cheriton School of Computer Science alums Griffin Keglevich and Ruslan Nikolaev, has been named among the 2022 C100 Fellows

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