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In memoriam: Professor Emeritus Kenneth C. Smith (1932-2023)

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ECE professor awarded Canada Excellence Research Chair to reimagine the Internet

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The next generation of STEM leaders: ECE student among U of T Engineering’s 2023 Schulich Leaders

IEEE has awarded two professors from ECE career-spanning awards for research in their respective fields: Professors Hoi-Kwong Lo (left) and J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves. IEEE is a professional association with hundreds of thousands of members around the globe.

Two ECE professors win esteemed IEEE awards for pioneering contributions to their field

ECE PhD candidate Yan Li (pictured), along with his supervisor Professor Willy Wong, built an online simulator showing the progression of glaucoma. The simulator is based on a data-driven model they developed that takes into consideration the physiological mechanism of the eye. (Photo: Matthew Tierney)

Online simulator could help glaucoma patients and doctors better understand disease progression

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“We are at an inflection point”: Professor J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves to launch research hub for intelligent information infrastructures

From left to right: U of T Engineering professors Alberto Leon-Garcia (ECE) and Tom Chau (BME). (Photos: Submitted)

Professors Alberto Leon-Garcia and Tom Chau named Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada

Professor Nicolas Papernot (ECE) has established new areas of research on accountability and auditing in machine learning. (Photo: Submitted)

Professor Nicolas Papernot elected to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

On the left Rui Kai (Ray) Miao stands in a lab holding a small square device. Beside him on the right is Dr. Mengyang Fan who is holding up a small chip-like device with tweezers.

New electrocatalyst improves both stability and efficiency in electrochemical conversion of captured carbon into valuable products

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Training AI on machine-generated text could lead to ‘model collapse,’ researchers warn

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MEng students use AI to improve imaging tool used during breast cancer surgery

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Improved stability could help perovskite solar cells compete with silicon