Pictured top, left to right: Yagiz Aksoy, Angel Chang, Colin Copeland, Sami Khan. Pictured bottom, left to right: Hang Ma, Gordon McTaggart-Cowan, Kevin Oldknow

SFU applied science researchers receive the B.C. Knowledge Development Fund

September 20, 2022
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The B.C. Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF) has awarded a total of $1 million to seven research projects led by professors from the Schools of Computing Science and Sustainable Energy Engineering. The BCKDF was established to invest in and support the research infrastructure in B.C. by providing funding for public post-secondary institutions, research hospitals and affiliated non-profit agencies.

Recipients:

Yagiz Aksoy, School of Computing Science
Project title: Computational cinematography
BCKDF contribution: $200,00

Angel Chang, School of Computing Science
Project title: Interactive learning of language in 3D environments
BCKDF contribution: $100,00

Colin Copeland, School of Sustainable Energy Engineering
Project title: Thermo-Fluid Test Laborartory for Optimized, Additively Manufactured Designs
BCKDF contribution: $100,00

Sami Khan, School of Sustainable Energy Engineering
Project title: Innovative multifunctional materials for enhancing the performance and longevity of CO2 capture and conversion systems
BCKDF contribution: $200,00

Hang Ma, School of Computing Science
Project title: Coordination of robot motion and human-robot interaction for large-scale multi-robot systems
BCKDF contribution: $100,00

Gordon McTaggart-Cowan, School of Sustainable Energy Engineering
Project title: Sustainable Low Carbon Fuels Research lab
BCKDF contribution: $200,00

Kevin Oldknow, School of Sustainable Energy Engineering
Project title: Vehicle track interaction research laboratory
BCKDF contribution: $100,000

Read the full list of BCKDF recipients from SFU here >>
Read the official news release here >>