Professor Ervin Sejdić
Elected to the 2022 cohort of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists in recognition of his leadership in the fields of biomedical devices and the application of artificial intelligence techniques, such as machine learning, to biomedical research
Alumnus Joshua San Miguel
Winner of the ISCA 2022 Best Paper Award (with Abhishek Bhattacharyya and Abhijith Somashekhar) from ACM Sigarch for “NvMR: Non-Volatile Memory Renaming for Intermittent Computing”
Professor Andreas Veneris
Winner of a Distinguished Paper Award from the IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency 2022 for co-authoring "LMPTs: Eliminating Storage Bottlenecks for Processing Blockchain Transactions"
Alumna Pirathayini Srikantha
Awarded the 2022 Engineering Medal for the Young Professional by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) for her achievements in power engineering and her excellence in the field and community
Professor Amr Helmy
Selected for a second term as one of six Distinguished Lecturers for the Photonics Society to represent the photonics field within IEEE. The selection considers the impact in his field of research and public speaking acumen and is based on his work on nanophotonics and hybrid plasmonics for CMOS classical and quantum connectivity, as well as the noise/loss resilience of practical quantum enhanced LIDAR systems
Professor Wei Yu and former ECE postdoctoral fellow Liang Liu
Winners of the 2021 IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award for "Massive Connectivity With Massive MIMO—Part I: Device Activity Detection and Channel Estimation"
Alumnus Kaiming Shen
Winner of the 2021 IEEE Signal Processing Society Young Author Best Paper Award (supervised by Professor Wei Yu) for "Fractional Programming for Communication Systems—Part I: Power Control and Beamforming"
ECE PhD candidate Shashwat Sharma
Winner of a Best Student Paper Award (supervised by Professor Piero Triverio) from the 2022 European Conference on Antennas and Propagation for “A Broadband Potential-Based Boundary Element Method for Modeling Electromagnetic Scattering from Dielectrics and Conductors”