This pas week, PhD candidate Yunpeng Guan presented his research seminar titled “velocity synchrosqueezing transform for fault diagnosis of planetary gearboxes under nonstationary conditions”. Unfortunately, supervisor Dr. Ming Liang could not be present. However, co-supervisor Dr. Dan Necsulescu was there. Nice work, Yunpeng!
Kicking off the first seminar of summer 2018, Shem Lau-Chapdelaine presented a small portion of his PhD work. The title of the talk was “Detonation model using Burger’s equation and a pulses reaction”. Unfortunately, thesis supervisor Dr. Matei Radulescu could not attend. Great talk, Shem!
I’m superproud of our team representing uOttawa at the shell ecomarathon!
For the last seminar of winter 2018, Jasmeet Singh Ladoiye presented his MASc work at our MCG seminar series. Jasmeet’s talk was titled “control of surgical robot using model predictive control with time delay”. Unfortunately neither thesis supervisor (Drs. Dan Necsulescu and Jurek Sasiadek) could be in attendance. Congratulations Jasmeet on your seminar and on getting closer to completing your MASc! Thanks to everyone that participated in this semester’s seminar series. See you next semester!
It’s always one of my favourite days of the school year…our annual graduate student poster day! The best part is taking pictures of the happy faces of our grad students. 🙂 (Click on the photos for larger versions).
Special thanks to Jackie La Roque for giving us a great talk! If you want to download her presentation, with speaking notes, you can do so from goo.gl/ZnwUX8.
Yesterday, Aliakbar Baldiwala presented his MASc Thesis work, titled “IOT for fleet management”. Supervisor Dr. Dan Necsulescu was in attendance. Thank you to Aliakbar and Dr. Necsulescu for an informative seminar!
Last Friday, MASc student Wentian Wang presented his thesis research work, performed under the joint supervision of Dr. Matei Radulescu and Dr. James MacDonald. Both supervisors were in attendance. The title of Wentian’s talk was “Models of fast flame propagation and transition to detonation”. Nice work, Wentian!
Last Friday, Maxime La Flèche presented his MASc thesis work, performed under the supervision of Dr. Matei Radulescu. The title of the talk was “Experimental study of the interaction of a shock wave with a cellular flame in a Hele-Shaw cell”. Interesting work – well done, Maxime!
Last Friday, another one of my students presented his MASc thesis seminar. Franck Tchuente presented his talk on “Recognition and classification of agressive movements using a smart watch”. The work was also co-supervised by Dr. Edward Lemaire at the Ottawa hospital rehabilitation institute. As always, I’m super-proud of my students. Great work, Franck!
Last Friday, another one of my own grad students presented his MASc thesis seminar. Xueyang Yao presented his research work on “Discrete 2D transforms in polar coordinates”. Well done, Xueyang! Great work on a very theoretical topic. 🙂
To kick off 2018, PhD student Huan Huang presented her thesis seminar, titled “Methods for bearing fault diagnosis under constant and time-varying speed conditions”. Huan is working on her PhD under the supervision of Dr. Ming Liang and myself. Dr. Liang could not join us but I was honored to have my photo taken with my student (thanks to Yang for taking the photo)!
Last Friday, Jack Xu presented his MASc thesis seminar titled “Metallization of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Composites using Cold Spray and GRIP Metal”. Co-supervisor Dr. Francois Robitaille was unfortunately not in attendance but luckily cosupervisor Dr. Bertrand Jodoin was available for the photo-opp. Congrats to both for an interesting piece of work!
Last Friday, MASc candidate Clayton Fox presented his thesis work titled “Reaction models for hydrocarbon mixtures using continuous thermodynamics”. Thesis supervisor Dr. Bill Hallett was in attendance for the seminar. Thanks to both for an interesting seminar!
Well, I’ve never had a time lapse of a lecture or seminar to share. Somehow seems to be missing the part where we were pitching TIRES cubes at the class…