At the 31st Canadian Conference of Electrical and Computer Engineering in Quebec City earlier this month, two professors from the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science received prestigious awards at the annual awards banquet.
The Engineering Probability and Statistics Competition (EPSC) puts participants through a rigorous three-stage mathematics competition, putting their knowledge and creativity to the test. For the 2017-2018 contest, 22 competitors went through a preliminary round; from there, a smaller group passed on to the semi-final round. In the end, only eight competitors moved on to the final round, which lasted three hours to simulate a regular final-exam scenario.
The market for IoT devices and applications for improved patient care and general health and wellness is growing faster than ever before, thanks in large part to the needs of an aging population.
Dr. El Saddik and MDI2’s team have a broad focus on medical device usage in healthcare delivery and knowledge creation. That applies to any device, material or application used in medical rehabilitation, treatment, prevention or diagnosis.