Research Projects

Breast Cancer Early Detection Lab

Targets insight, accuracy and integrity method in breast cancer detection and placed the ground work to develop – intelligent, inexpensive and non-invasive diagnostic tool aiding tumour detection in order to improve the sensitivity of the clinical breast exam for better prognosis and higher survival rate.
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Intelligent Suspension System Lab

Tire Sensor Development and Energy Regenerative Mechanisms for Safety, Comfort and Efficiency – Farid Golnaraghi, School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering, Simon Fraser University
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Head Injury Prevention Lab

The impact diverting mechanism for helmet lab has been working for three years to reduce head injury and improve headgears’ design. Our research study resulted in inventing a new generation of safety enhancing add-on patch for helmets. Unlike other designs, Impact Diverting Mechanism (IDM) design does not require changing the structure of headgears, and it simply retrofits a very thin and featherlight layer, almost invisible, on helmets.
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Sensor Development and Diagnostics Lab

The long term goal of this research is to establish new and innovative approaches to advance the leading edge of technology for the MEMS gyros to meet navigation grade performance.
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Fuel Cell Diagnostics Team

Project: Development of the Next Generation of Heavy Duty (Bus) Fuel Cells with Integrated Diagnostics and Safety Systems.
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