Research

Shelair SinjariShelair Sinjari’s video explaining her work testing dampers to mitigate cable vibration won the UWindsor Twitter-based Graduate Showcase.

Explanation of vibration dampers takes prize in grad research competition

Shelair Sinjari’s video explaining her work testing dampers to mitigate cable vibration won the UWindsor Twitter-based Graduate Showcase.

Julia BorsattoDoctoral candidate Julia Borsatto has taken Aphasia Friendly Canada’s training online, including a survey component that will assist her research on awareness of the neurological disorder. Photo by Nicole Willows.

Free online course offers training on aphasia

A UWindsor project offering free online training makes it easier for people everywhere to be more welcoming to those with aphasia.
John AlbaneseForensic anthropologist John Albanese, a professor in the Department of Integrative Biology, has received a federal grant to travel to Brazil in the fall to resume research and teaching at the Federal University of São Paulo.

Anthropology professor to help train forensic scientists in Brazil

Canada is sending John Albanese to Brazil to help forensic scientists there identify the remains of people murdered during the country’s dictatorship.
timing devices: watch, smartphone, silicon chipEngineering professor Jalal Ahamed is leading a $320,000 research project that could revolutionize the way devices keep track of time.

Researcher gets ticking with silicon chips

Engineering professor Jalal Ahamed is leading a research project that could revolutionize the way devices keep track of time.