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Pan-Canadian Network Involving UNB Researchers working to Model COVID-19 Data

UNB Research

Posted: September 17, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Partnerships



Earlier this year, Mathematics for Public Health (MfPH), a pan-Canadian network of multi-disciplinary researchers, announced that the network received $3 million in funding from the federal Emerging Infectious Disease Modelling Initiative. Established by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada developed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Initiative pledges $10 million over two years to support researchers who work with public agencies to model the public spread of...

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UNB researchers adding a new dimension to ocean exploration

UNB Research

Posted: September 9, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Innovation & Commercialization , Research , Partnerships



University of New Brunswick researchers are joining forces with industry-leading companies to help develop a way of seeing ocean floor maps like never before: in three dimensions. Hydrospark is a new project funded by Canada’s Ocean Supercluster that uses mixed reality technology and three-dimensional visualization to explore subsea data remotely and realistically. UNB researchers Dr. Scott Bateman, associate professor of Computer Science and director of the Human-Computer Interaction...

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Two UNB engineering faculty members receive American Concrete Institute Foundation awards

UNB Research

Posted: August 18, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Accolades , Research



This spring, two University of New Brunswick engineering faculty members were recognized by the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Foundation. Dr. Michael Thomas, professor of civil engineering, received the Robert E. Philleo Award, and Dr. Ashlee Hossack, adjunct professor at UNB and materials engineer at GEMTEC Consulting Engineers and Scientists Limited, received the Young Member award for Professional Achievement. Dr. Thomas, a Fellow of the American Concrete Institute, was awarded the...

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Creating healthier communities in health research

UNB Research

Posted: August 17, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Partnerships



University of New Brunswick researchers are organizing an institution-wide virtual Health Research Conference on August 19th, 2021. The event, co-chaired by Dr. Jon Sensinger, professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Dr. Shelley Doucet, professor of nursing and health sciences, will feature presentations from more than 25 UNB research teams, showcasing the diversity of health research inquiry across the university and encouraging awareness and collaboration. “As a field we...

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New UNB research program working to save the environment while saving on costs

UNB Research

Posted: August 11, 2021 11:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research



Making contaminated soil and water safe for human use is a complex and expensive process, but University of New Brunswick researcher Dr. Allison Enright is exploring a better way forward. Dr. Enright is an earth scientist and assistant professor in the faculty of science whose research is centered around the development of sensor-based environmental monitoring systems. The unseen complexity of our world: Dr. Enright is intrigued by the complexity of environmental and earth systems. She is...

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Unlocking the secrets of the universe -- with lasers

UNB Research

Posted: August 11, 2021 11:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research



Photo: European Space Agency. UNB researcher Dr. Brynle Barrett wants you to be able to know exactly where you are in the world – and answer some of the most fundamental questions of the universe while he does so. Dr. Barrett is an atomic physicist and assistant professor whose research explores cold-atom-based systems that could provide alternatives to GPS, among many other uses. While working in the private sector developing technology for next-generation inertial navigation systems,...

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UNB researchers explore augmented reality and high-speed data to support first responders

UNB Research

Posted: June 23, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Innovation & Commercialization , Accolades



A team of University of New Brunswick-affiliated researchers has recently won a 5G-focused event to develop and implement potential solutions to municipal issues using leading-edge network technology. The Fredericton Innovation Partnership/Rogers 5G BOOST Innovation Camp took place the week of May 31st, with the winning team announced following pitch presentations on Friday, June 4. Led by Dr. Scott Bateman, an expert in human-computer interaction who specializes in virtual and augmented...

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Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: Zoomers for All

UNB Research

Posted: June 7, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Partnerships



Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: Zoomers for All. In February, we announced the five UNB projects funded by the Healthy Seniors Pilot Project (HSPP). We've been working with the research teams to help tell their stories and share insight into their research. Today, we feature Dr. Danielle Bouchard, associate professor in the faculty of kinesiology at UNB, whose Zoomers for All project was awarded $622,044. Who are you? Dr. Danielle Bouchard I am an associate professor in the faculty of...

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Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: Band-Frail Program

UNB Research

Posted: May 31, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: COVID-19 , Research



Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: Band-Frail program In February, we announced the five UNB projects funded by the Healthy Seniors Pilot Project (HSPP). We've been working with the research teams to help tell their stories and share insight into their research. Today, we feature Dr. Martin Sénéchal, associate professor in the faculty of kinesiology at UNB, whose Band-Frail project was awarded $469,645. Who are you? Dr. Martin Sénéchal: I am an associate professor in the...

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Meet Bernadette Fernandes, our new advanced manufacturing partnerships lead

UNB Research

Posted: May 20, 2021 10:45:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Innovation & Commercialization , Research Services , Partnerships



Meet our new advanced manufacturing partnerships lead Bernadette Fernandes Bernadette Fernandes was born in Paris and studied in Portugal, Spain and Canada; as a result, she speaks five languages. Her work and travel have brought her across five continents, where she has developed successful public-private engagements and collaborations across all sectors, igniting and accelerating business and economic growth. Through this, she has built up an impressive and extensive network of trusted...

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Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: New Brunswick Brain Health Initiative

UNB Research

Posted: May 17, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research



Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: New Brunswick Brain Health Initiative In February, we announced the five UNB projects funded by the Healthy Seniors Pilot Project (HSPP). We've been working with the research teams to help tell their stories and share insight into their research. Today, we feature Dr. Chris McGibbon and Dr. Pamela Jarrett's work examining how remotely-delivered physical and cognitive excercise programs can reduce seniors' risk of dementia. Their New Brunswick Brain Health...

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UNB research using foot care tool to engage with NB seniors

UNB Research

Posted: May 10, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Partnerships , Research



Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: Mobile Health Seniors’ Network In February, we announced the five UNB projects funded by the Healthy Seniors Pilot Project (HSPP). We've been working with the research teams to help tell their stories and share insight into their research. Today, we feature Dr. Tracey Rickards, associate professor in the faculty of nursing at UNB, whose Mobile Seniors’ Wellness Network: Reaching Rural New Brunswickers research project received more than $1.5 million...

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Why does spring bring potholes? An engineering researcher fills us in.

UNB Research

Posted: May 6, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research



Potholes. They’re the one spring bloom we all love to hate. But how do they happen, and why are they so hard to prevent? Dr. Xiomara Sanchez, P.Eng, assistant professor in the department of civil engineering at UNB, clears the snow from this topic: What are potholes? Potholes are bowl-shaped depressions in the pavement surface. Roads are made of pavement, of course, but this paved surface is more than the asphalt you see on top. A conventional pavement is composed of four layers of...

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Meet the Chair: Dr. Kalikinkar Mandal, NB Power Cybersecurity Research Chair

UNB Research

Posted: April 30, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Accolades



Dr. Kalikinkar Mandal has recently been appointed as the NB Power Cybersecurity Research Chair, supported by $500,000 in funding from NB Power. During his five-year term, his research agenda will focus on minimizing cybersecurity risks and improving privacy in the emerging smart grid realm. Today’s electrical grid was built in the 1890s as a network of power transmission lines serving only to deliver electricity from the powerplant to a home or business. Since then, power grids have...

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Researchers share findings on COVID-19's impact on occupational disruption and chronic disease

UNB Research

Posted: April 9, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Publications , COVID-19 , Research



Around the world, researchers across different fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last year, we introduced you to 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects and their teams; now, with a full year of pandemic life behind us, we’re checking in to see what they’re working on and what they’ve accomplished. Want catch...

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UNB research team awarded IBM CAS 2020 Project of the Year

UNB Research

Posted: April 7, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Partnerships , Accolades , Innovation & Commercialization



University of New Brunswick students in the faculty of computer science and professor Dr. Kenneth Kent were awarded the 2020 Project of the Year Award by the IBM Center for Advanced Studies for Project 1035: OMR in Resource Constrained Environments (Embedded/ IoT/ Mobile OMR). The project is the second largest ever conducted by the Centre of Advanced Studies –Atlantic (CAS–Atlantic). The research team successfully enabled numerous existing, non-native applications to run on the...

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UNB researchers look to special sensors to reduce risk of bioterrorism

UNB Research

Posted: April 6, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19 , Publications



University of New Brunswick researchers Connor O’Brien, Kathleen Varty, and Dr. Anna Ignaszak, have published an article in Nature examining the use of specialized sensors to detect highly contagious diseases and biological weapons. With the current global pandemic highlighting the rapid spread and significant impact of disease, the researchers wanted to present a wide array of electrochemical methods and platforms for the detection of the globe's most impactful diseases. The...

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UNB researchers share teachers' COVID stories, insight.

UNB Research

Posted: April 1, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Public education reform: addressing equity issues Around the world, researchers across different fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last year, we introduced you to 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects and their teams; now, with a full year of pandemic life behind us, we’re checking in to see what they’re working on...

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NSERC Alliance Grant supports UNB industrial research partnership in scaffolding

UNB Research

Posted: March 30, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Innovation & Commercialization , Partnerships



Dr. Zhen Lei, a researcher at the University of New Brunswick, has been awarded $29,700 in funding for a collaborative research and development project to leverage digital technologies to improve construction project management. Dr. Lei is an assistant professor in the department of civil engineering, the OSCO Research Chair in Off-site Construction and scientific director of the Off-site Construction Research Centre (OCRC) at the University of New Brunswick. “This project allows us to...

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UNB researchers work to improve dementia care and support

UNB Research

Posted: March 29, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Partnerships



Photo (left to right): Dr. Shelley Doucet, Dr. Pamela Jarrett and Dr. Alison Luke. Last month, we announced the five UNB projects funded by the Healthy Seniors Pilot Project (HSPP); since then, we've been working with the research teams to help tell their stories and share insight into their research. Today, we feature Dr. Shelley Doucet, Dr. Pamela Jarrett and Dr. Alison Luke's work examining how primary care providers diagnose and support persons with dementia. The research project,...

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Healthy Seniors Pilot Project: Five UNB projects receive funding

UNB Research

Posted: March 29, 2021 6:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Partnerships , Research



In February, we announced the five UNB projects funded by the Healthy Seniors Pilot Project (HSPP). UNB researchers received nearly $6 million in provincial and federal funding for research to support healthy aging for seniors in their homes, communities and care facilities. We've been working with the research teams to help tell their stories and share insight into their research. Learn more about each of these funded projects: Dr. Tracey Rickards, faculty of nursing, received more than...

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COVID-19 researchers successfully create antigen production pipeline

UNB Research

Posted: March 26, 2021 8:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Partnerships , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines continue to work on addressing the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement.Last year, we introduced you to 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects and their teams; now, with a full year of pandemic life behind us, we’re checking in to see what they’re working on and what they’ve accomplished. Want catch...

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Where are they now? COVID-19 researchers update us on their progress

UNB Research

Posted: March 26, 2021 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Innovation & Commercialization , Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines continue to work on addressing the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement.Last year, we introduced you to 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects and their teams; now, with a full year of pandemic life behind us, we’re checking in to see what they’re working on and what they’ve accomplished. Dr. Anna...

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UNB research team recognized with best paper award from IBM

UNB Research

Posted: February 26, 2021 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research , Partnerships , Publications , Accolades



Britta Sennewald, a UNB graduate student in computer science, and Dr. Kenneth Kent, professor of computer science, were recognized with the Best Paper award at the 30th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (CASCON'20) for their work, Voting for Authorship Attribution Applied to Dark Web Data. The paper was also authored by Rainer Herpers and Marco Hülsmann, both at the University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg (BRSU). Ms. Sennewald previously...

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UNB graduate exploring biodiversity in the Arctic - NOW and for tomorrow

UNB Research

Posted: February 23, 2021 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research



UNB's research community is part of a larger, global community of researchers, innovators and leaders driving positive change. These connections with other specialists in their field are at the heart of knowledge sharing. UNB alumna Kelsey Koerner recently presented on her master's research at the Arctic Change 2020 conference; we asked her to introduce us to her and to her work, and about participating in conferences like this. Who are you? My name is Kelsey Koerner, and I am a...

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UNB researcher awarded editor’s choice recognition for quantum gravity article

UNB Research

Posted: February 19, 2021 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research , Publications , Accolades



Banner image: NASA image of the Crab Nebula, which was formed by a star going supernova, that combines data from five different telescopes. Read more about the nebula on NASA's site. Dr. Edward Wilson-Ewing is one of three authors of a paper titled, “Resolving the H0tension with diffusion,” published in General Relativity and Gravitation 53, 7, that recently received the issue’s Editor’s Choice designation from the journal. We asked him to tell us a bit about himself,...

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Spotting whales from orbit: new research project will help protect endangered whales using satellite imaging

UNB Research

Posted: February 12, 2021 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research , Partnerships



Image: UNB researchers captured this photo of two humpback whales in the Bay of Fundy during a research trip in 2020. The federal government is investing $5.3 million into smartWhales, a research initiative that will use satellite technology to protect the endangered North Atlantic right whale. The initiative includes five projects funded by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and has been organized with the additional collaboration of Transport Canada. One of the...

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UNB’s Dr. Rongxing Lu named Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

UNB Research

Posted: January 13, 2021 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Accolades , Research



The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has awarded the IEEE Fellow distinction to Dr. Rongxing Lu, associate professor of computer science at UNB. IEEE Fellow is the highest grade of membership and is recognized by the technical community as a prestigious honor and a significant achievement. The Fellow designation is conferred by the IEEE Board of Directors upon a person with an outstanding record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest. The total number...

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New leadership for the Canadian Rivers Institute: Dr. Michelle Gray appointed director in July.

Minal Abhange & UNB Research

Posted: December 17, 2020 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research



Earlier this year, Dr. Michelle Gray officially assumed the role of director of the Canadian Rivers Institute, a network of 31 scientists at 14 institutions across Canada and internationally housed here at UNB.For nearly two decades, CRI has been conducting significant research that supports our ability to make informed, evidenced-based decisions about the waterways that are so critical to our environment, health and way of life. Returning to the source Pursuing a dream career and inspiring...

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A whale of a tale: UNB researchers explore new ways of measuring whale health

UNB Research

Posted: December 2, 2020 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research



Image: UNB is here… in the Bay of Fundy: UNB researchers captured this photo of two humpback whales in the Bay of Fundy during a research trip in 2020. Graduate student Gina Lonati followed whales to UNB’s Saint John campus; now, she’s following them with drones to better understand the relationship between body temperature and health. “While attending a conference in Halifax in 2017, I became aware of just how desperate the North Atlantic right whale situation is...

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Investigating hateful ideologies and extremism in the Canadian Armed Forces

UNB Research

Posted: November 24, 2020 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research , Partnerships



University of New Brunswick researcher, Dr. David Hofmann, and Ontario Tech University researcher, Dr. Barbara Perry, have been granted $750,000 in April to investigate hateful ideologies and extremism within the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) over the next three years. From this understanding, they will provide recommendations and insight to CAF leadership to help address these concerning ideologies. “Anyone paying attention to the news lately knows that this is an issue that keeps...

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Involving the community in health research projects

UNB Research

Posted: November 20, 2020 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research



Dr. Danielle Bouchard is adamant that any research she does needs to be meaningful to her participants. “Knowledge transfer is significant to me,” she explains. “I love to see the results of research projects reach the community so people can have a better lifestyle because we have proven the benefits.” Dr. Bouchard and Dr. Martin Sénéchal are associate professors in the faculty of kinesiology at UNB and are co-directors of the CELLAB on the Fredericton...

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OCRC innovation director Brandon Searle featured on podcast

UNB Research

Posted: November 19, 2020 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Innovation & Commercialization , Research



Each episode of Philosophie Group’s Fail Faster podcast series features a different leader in innovation technologies from around the world. Recently, our own Off-site Construction Research Centre (OCRC) Innovation Director, Brandon Searle, was invited to join them as an invited guest. In episode 79, “Who Will Build What’s Next,” Mr. Searle discusses how the OCRC uses new technologies to lead innovation in the construction sector, some of their recent projects and the...

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Meet the Chair: Dr. Kurt Samways, Parks Canada Research Chair in Aquatic Restoration.

UNB Research

Posted: November 5, 2020 12:45:00 PM AST

Category: Research , Partnerships



Today, we officially announced Dr. Kurt Samways as the first-ever Parks Canada Research Chair. Focusing on aquatic restoration and Atlantic salmon recovery, Dr. Samways will be conducting research work in five national parks through 2024. You can read more about this story here.Originally from Regina, SK, Dr. Samways moved to Atlantic Canada after obtaining his bachelor of science and master of science (2008) from the University of Regina.He earned his PhD from UNB in 2017, specializing in...

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Congratulations to this year's SSHRC doctoral awards recipients!

UNB Research

Posted: November 2, 2020 7:00:00 AM AST

Category: Research , Accolades



Today, The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, announced this year’s SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship recipients. Among the 540 recipients across Canada are seven UNB PhD students: Auralia Brooke, awarded $80,000 for Youth Narratives of Isolation, Belonging and Resistance in New Brunswick Schools; Mary Germaine, awarded $80,000 for Crisis, Crisis: Climate, Ecopoetics, and Kierkegaardian Repetition; Olena Gryshchuk, awarded $80,000 for Police officers'...

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Global health researcher brings child health expertise and international experience to UNB

UNB Research

Posted: October 20, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research



Dr. Ziba Vaghri has journeyed the world researching and advocating for children’s health, development and rights. Now, Dr. Vaghri is bringing that passion and expertise to the University of New Brunswick. She was recently appointed as a Senior Research Associate in the department of psychology on UNB’s Saint John campus.“UNB offers a unique opportunity for this work. There is very fertile soil in New Brunswick for developing children’s rights research, particularly...

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UNB graduate wins award for journal article along his journey to clean the world's water

UNB Research

Posted: October 14, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Publications , Accolades , Research



UNB alumnus Ogbogu Kalu has been awarded a 2019 Acta Student Award valued at $2,000 for a paper authored as a graduate student at UNB. Mr. Kalu completed a bachelor of engineering at UNB in 2016, and his master of science in engineering in 2018. He currently works for Michelin in Bridgewater, N.S.Mr. Kalu’s paper, “A novel approach to the sol-gel synthesis of titanium dioxide-coated SBA-16 type silica mesoporous microspheres for water purification,” was published in Acta...

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Postdoc Appreciation Week: September 21-25 - CIC

UNB Research

Posted: September 25, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research


To cap off postdoc appreciation week, The Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity (CIC)’s director, Dr. Ali Ghorbani, shared three profiles with us of some of the outstanding and successful postdoc fellows he supervises at the CIC. Dr. Duc-Phong Le Dr. Duc-Phong Le is working as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity (CIC), University of New Brunswick, Canada. Prior to that, he was a Scientist II in the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), Agency of Science,...

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UNB's MAMCE partners to support community innovation.

UNB Research

Posted: September 24, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Innovation & Commercialization , Partnerships , Research



UNB’s Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence (MAMCE) has partnered with Economic Development Greater Saint John (EDGSJ), with funding from ACOA, to help companies explore the value of 3D metal printing-based additive manufacturing. Through the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Challenge, Atlantic Canadian companies will be able to access expertise and funds to prototype innovative products, techniques and designs. “Advanced Manufacturing is a growing area of excellence...

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Postdoc Appreciation Week: September 21-25

UNB Research

Posted: September 23, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research



While we’re convinced that every week is a good week to celebrate UNB’s postdoctoral fellows, this week is the one where we join our Canadian and global colleagues in drawing special attention to these scholars. In the early 2000s, the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at UNB moved to the Office of the Vice-President (Research), reflecting their important role in, and connection to, UNB’s research activities and impact. Postdoctoral fellows come from all over the world to...

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“Hey Google… What’s an ODIN-II Partial Mapper for Yosys?”

UNB Research

Posted: September 15, 2020 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , Accolades



University of New Brunswick researcher Dr. Kenneth Kent has been awarded funding from Google that will be used to help create new tools for designing special computer chips. Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are a special type of computer chip that can be reconfigured after manufacturing to create different functionality. The flexibility and reconfigurability of these chips makes them especially appealing for space-restricted applications, like mobile devices and data centres, and in...

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COVID-19 research: Dr. Lloyd Waugh

UNB Research

Posted: September 1, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Lloyd Waugh (Civil...

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COVID-19 research: NB-IRDT

UNB Research

Posted: August 27, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. New Brunswick Institute for...

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COVID-19 research: Dr. Rob Moir

UNB Research

Posted: August 25, 2020 9:00:00 AM ADT

Category: COVID-19 , Research



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Rob Moir (Business, Saint...

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COVID-19 research: Dr. Felipe Chibante

UNB Research

Posted: August 20, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Felipe Chibante (Chemical...

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COVID-19 research: Occupational disruption and adaptation

UNB Research

Posted: August 18, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Shelley Doucet (Nursing and...

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COVID-19 research: Public education reform

UNB Research

Posted: August 13, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: COVID-19 , Research



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Matt Rogers and Dr. Casey...

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COVID-19 research: Dr. Sandra Magalhaes

UNB Research

Posted: August 11, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Sandra Magalhaes (Sociology...

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COVID-19 research: Dr. Gobinda Saha

UNB Research

Posted: August 6, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: COVID-19 , Research



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. Last month, we announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Gobinda Saha (Mechanical...

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COVID-19 research: Clinical nursing education

UNB Research

Posted: August 4, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. We recently announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. David Busolo, Dr. Jason...

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COVID-19 research: remote breathing therapy

UNB Research

Posted: July 30, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: COVID-19 , Research



 Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. We recently announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Erik Scheme (Electrical...

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COVID-19 research: Dr. Hadi Eslami and Dr. Mercy Oyet

UNB Research

Posted: July 27, 2020 8:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



 Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. We recently announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Hadi Eslami and Dr....

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COVID-19 research: Antigen production

UNB Research

Posted: July 22, 2020 9:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Research , COVID-19



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. We recently announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. COVID research: Dr. Shawn...

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COVID-19 research: Dr. Anna Ignaszak

UNB Research

Posted: July 21, 2020 7:00:00 AM ADT

Category: COVID-19 , Research



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. We recently announced 13 new, funded COVID-19 research projects; here’s a little more about the expertise, the passion and the capacity behind one of them. Want to read the others? Find the full list of stories here. Dr. Anna Ignaszak, Chemistry...

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Research stories: COVID-19

UNB Research

Posted: July 16, 2020 11:30:00 AM ADT

Category: COVID-19 , Research



Around the world, researchers across all fields and disciplines are working to address the challenges, issues and implications of the 2019 novel coronavirus pandemic. Here at UNB, our own research community is part of that global movement. We recently announced more than $400,000 in grants for 13 projects jointly funded by the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. But what’s the story behind each...

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