[paper, slides, code] Towards Dynamic Transparency: The App Trans (Transparency for Android Applications) Project Lisa M.Austin, David Lie, Peter Yi Ping Sun, Robin Spilette, Michelle Wong and Mariana D’Angelo Available at SSRN 3203601, June 2018. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto, 2015.
So I began signing up for numerous summer volunteer positions in various hospitals (Sick Kids, St.
Sinai) to further push the boundaries of my curiosity and get my hands dirty with lab work, of any kind (even grunt work).
I am a fourth year student in Engineering Science (Eletrical and Computer Engineering option) at the University of Toronto.
On this page you can find my resume, my contact infofmation and Linked In and my research interests. Gennady Pekhimenko and the Eco Systems Group on my thesis.
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, Highly Commended and Shortlisted for International Winner of Engineering & Mechanical Sciences category; work presented in Undergraduate Awards Global Summit, November 2014, at Google EMEA HQ in Dublin, Ireland. Wei Yu, has been accepted for publication in IEEE Signal Processing Letters.
The beauty of this is, being a “Jack of all trades” is something you are basically trained to do as an Eng Sci.
An Eng Sci studies electromagnetics, C programming, bioengineering, physics, linear algebra, quantum physics, aerospace engineering, and differential equations, taught by the cream of the crop of professors at the U of T …and that’s just the first year of the Eng Sci curriculum!
In my final year of high school, I realized I wanted to be a Biomedical Engineer, and I knew I wanted to stay in Canada for my studies.
The only challenge was in finding an undergraduate program that offered a Biomedical Engineering major, and back in 2004, these were few and far between.