Examining the inner workings of one of the most fascinating objects in the universe.
Dr. Mihai Nica shares his mathematical perspective on machine learning.
Experiments on how computers learn to see can improve self-driving cars and medical imaging.
U of G engineers use mathematical models to improve biofuel production, with large-scale impacts.
Examining working mechanisms of protein machineries in our body could inform future studies of disease.
An experimental approach helps researchers assess the accuracy of indoor location systems.
An iterative numerical approach to solving game theory problem expands its applications.
More than a childhood toy, LEGO leads to breakthrough in automated design of physical objects.
Studying immune system responses at the molecular level could lead to anti-cancer therapeutics.
Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 award winner develops materials to help save our planet.