Sports analytics is the application of data and quantitative methods to problems in sports, often with the aim of gaining a competitive advantage. The field draws experts from the disciplines of statistics, business, computer science and mathematics.
The community will become the classroom for one group of Simon Fraser University students this fall. As part of their involvement in an immersive course called Health Change Lab, they’ll be tasked with finding potential solutions for key community health issues, while learning from and being mentored by community stakeholders.
As Canadians are being invited to play a key role in the future of innovation for the country, a public dialogue at SFU’s Wosk Centre for Dialogue on September 8 will provide a unique opportunity to add your voice to the discussion. Creating a More Entrepreneurial and Socially Innovative Society is a free event: registration opens at 6pm, with the dialogue beginning at 6:30pm.
Towering expense for the Canadian health care system, high mortality rates, and loss of quality of life for surviving patients: these are among the devastating side effects of prolonged use of mechanical ventilators. Over 30 per cent of intensive care patients put on mechanical ventilation become dependent because the diaphragm quickly atrophies from lack of use.
SFU has received $8.35M from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), the Ontario Research Fund (ORFRI) and the BC Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF) to build a data storage hub at its Burnaby campus.
This is the first installment of Compute Canada’s research computing platform renewal, which will serve Canada's growing community of computing researchers. Upon completion, the University will house up to 25,000 CPU cores, nearly 1,000 GPU devices and 15 petabytes (or 15 million gigabytes) of storage disks.
Technology is helping to keep First Nations languages alive. A new app being launched this month will connect 17 Secwepemc communities in the Shuswap Nation through an interactive project that connects photos, illustrations, audio and text, along with lessons, in a collaborative story-telling project.
Born and raised in Pakistan, Muhammad Shahzain Riaz is a global student. He is studying mechatronics engineering on scholarship at the City University of Hong Kong, but spent this summer as a visiting research student at SFU’s School of Mechatronics Engineering. He is working full-time in the Stretchable Devices lab on a confidential project involving 3-D printed electronics and composites. His supervisor is professor Woo Soo Kim.
Are you ready to take your cloud-based startup to the next level? Create@Alibaba Cloud Startup Contest (CACSC), hosted by Alibaba Cloud, is seeking the best and boldest startups from around the world to be showcased in its home city of Hangzhou, China. CACSC is hosting regional startup contests in Silicon Valley, London, Paris, New Delhi, Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Dubai; as well as throughout China.