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The complete collection of SIAT undergraduate, graduate, and research related stories.
Newest Undergraduate Stories
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Sniply, a venture created by SFU alumnus Michael Cheng as a marketing tool for link sharing, is being acquired in a multi-million-dollar deal by Tim Schumacher, founder of Adblock Plus.
With their app Medilog, the winners of the student category at the 2019 Vancouver User Experience Awards aim to connect caregivers and the elderly.
To address the financial hardships facing local restaurants while also supporting our healthcare heroes, four students from SFU and UBC have created Feeding Our Frontlines.
Newest Graduate Stories
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Naghmi is graduating with a PhD in Interactive Arts & Technology this June. Her research explores designers' search behaviour while navigating through a large number of design alternatives.
Yasamin is graduating with a PhD in Interactive Arts & Technology this June. Her dissertation focusses on human-computer interactions and connecting family through asynchronous audio stories.
Data science researcher and SIAT PhD candidate Stan Nowak provides data visualizations for this article on forecasting avalanches.
Newest Research & Exhibition Stories
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Professor Wolfgang Stuerzlinger and his colleagues have recently been named the recipients of an NSERC grant to research and develop better communication about COVID-19 trends through 3D visualization.
Aircraft maintenance crews could soon be checking their engines in a virtual world, given new research underway by SIAT's Wolfgang Stuerzlinger and collaborators at SFU and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC).
As a COVID-19 vaccine draws closer, SIAT researchers Diane Gromala, Chris Shaw and a team of graduate students are working to identify those who’ll need vaccinations first—individuals who the Centre for Disease Control identifies as most vulnerable and at-risk.