Majed Alowaidi (MCRLab’s PhD candidate) receives the 2017 Best Demo Award at Sensors Applications Symposium
MDII and NSERC CREATE BEST would like to invite you to attend the first annual student poster event located at 55 Laurier – https://goo.gl/maps/9uS7favFk9D2- (room 12102) on Thursday September 14, 2017 at 2:00 pm. It is our great honor to have you as our guest as we appreciate you as a partner.
Please find here the list of posters.
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We look forward to your attendance.
Today we received the following email:
Dear Mr. Yang, Mr. Zhang, Mr. Dong, Dr. Alelaiwi, and Prof. El Saddik,
On behalf of the IEEE Sensors Council, I am pleased to congratulate you as a co-author of the paper Evaluating and Improving the Depth Accuracy of Kinect for Windows v2, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 15, No. 8, August 2015, for your paper being one of the 25 most downloaded Sensors Journal papers in the months of May and June 2017. It is exciting to note that included in this count are all Sensors Journal papers published since the Journal’s foundation, about 4500 papers in total, and that last year, 439,609 Sensors Journal papers were downloaded from IEEE Xplore. You can view the latest Top 50 papers at:
Thank you for your contribution to the IEEE Sensors Journal!
President, IEEE Sensors Council
You are invited to participate in a novel study examining the impact of
smartphones on the development and performance of varsity athletes in the
Ottawa area. This study is important because research shows that smartphones can
have positive and negative effects on performance and learning, but we do not yet
understand how smartphones influence varsity athletes who are under pressure to
meet both sport and academic demands.
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