More than $32m awarded to UBC-led research through NSERC 2022 Discovery research programs

June 23, 2022

The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, along with the Honourable Mona Fortier, President of the Treasury Board, announced an investment of more than $506 million through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s (NSERC) Discovery research programs—an investment in the world’s brightest minds to increase the impact of science, technology and innovation in Canada.

Researchers from across the country are receiving over $430 million of this funding to lead world-class research programs in a wide variety of natural sciences and engineering disciplines. Researchers are also receiving $73.8 million in one-time, one-year extensions with funds to existing Discovery research grants as part of an ongoing response by NSERC to support researchers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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A total of 160 projects led by UBC researchers were awarded more than $32 million through the 2022 NSERC Discovery research grants competition.

This includes:

  • 135 projects supported by Discovery Grants (with 46 of these receiving additional support from Discovery Launch Supplements and Northern Research Supplements);
  • one project awarded funding through the Subatomic Physics Discovery Grants program;
  • one project awarded funding through the Discovery Horizons Grant program;
  • one Ship Time Grant award; and
  • 22 projects awarded Research Tools and Instruments grants.

Two additional awards through the NSERC Discovery Institutes Support Grants program were made to the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences and the Banff International Research Station, with applications led by UBC researchers Ozgur Yilmaz (Mathematics) and Malabika Pramanik (Mathematics) respectively. 


The NSERC Discovery Grants program supports ongoing programs of research with long-term goals rather than a single short-term project or collection of projects. These grants recognize the creativity and innovation that are at the heart of all research advances. 

Discovery Launch Supplements provide timely resources to support early career researchers (ECRs) as they establish a Discovery Grant-funded research program.

The Northern Research Supplements (NRS) program has been established to augment and promote Canadian university-based northern research and training. The main purpose of the Northern Research Supplements program is to recognize the added costs unique to conducting research in the Canadian North.


135 UBC researchers were awarded a combined total of $28.1m over five years through the Discovery Grants program

  • 45 of these projects (marked with * below) were awarded an additional $12,500 each for one year through the Discovery Launch Supplements program, for a combined additional total of $0.6m
  • One project (marked with ** below) was awarded an additional $80,000 over five years through the Northern Research Supplements program


  1. Abdin, Yasmine (Materials Engineering)*
    An integrated approach toward digital design and structural integrity analysis of out-of-autoclave composites under fatigue loading
  2. Adaji, Ifeoma (Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics – UBCO)*
    Developing personalized persuasive technologies using an adaptive and data-driven approach
  3. Ainslie, Philip (Health and Social Development, Faculty of – UBCO)
    Mechanisms of Human Cerebral Blood Flow Regulation in Acute and Lifelong Hypoxia in Lowlanders and Indigenous Populations
  4. Al-Dabbagh, Ahmad (Engineering, School of – UBCO)*
    Resilient Control Systems for Industrial Process Automation
  5. Allen, Susan (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)
    Changes in coastal oceanography over decades and longer: Combining dynamics and downscaling
  6. Ascher, Uri (Computer Science)
    Computational methods involving differential equations in computer graphics, machine learning and inference problems
  7. Balmforth, Neil (Mathematics)
    Mathematical modelling of fluid flow
  8. Barbeito, Ignacio (Forest Resources Management)*
    Mixed forests management for enhancing adaptation to climate change
  9. Barker, Shaun (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)
    Controls on fluid flow and metal deposition in sediment-hosted hydrothermal ore deposits
  10. Barr, Alasdair (Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics)
    Understanding the role of dopamine antagonists on peripheral glucose regulation
  11. Benson-Amram, Sarah (Forest and Conservation Sciences)*
    How wildlife adapt to urban environments and the role of cognition in the success of urban wildlife
  12. Berbee, Mary (Botany)
    Fungus/plant evolution through deep geological time: Perspectives from analysis of fungal secreted enzymes and of living and fossil fungi on plant surfaces
  13. Bernatchez, Pascal (Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics)
    Natural and accelerated aging of the eNOS-caveolin-1 system
  14. Bhargava, Vijay (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Concluding 50 Years of Research in Wireless Communications: Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence and Optimization in Networks Beyond 5G and Thereafter
  15. Bi, Xiaotao (Chemical and Biological Engineering)
    Fluidized bed reactors for biomass conversion and greenhouse gas mitigation
  16. Bizzotto, Dan (Chemistry)
    Understanding and controlling complex modified electrochemical interfaces using novel measurements and model systems
  17. Bouchard-Côté, Alexandre (Statistics)
    Scalable approximation of complex probability distributions
  18. Bourbonnais, Mathieu (Earth & Environmental Sciences and Physical Geography – UBCO)*
    Remote sensing applications for understanding pyrodiversity-biodiversity relationships
  19. Britton, Thomas (Materials Engineering)
    Advances in Data Driven Quantitative Materials Characterisation
  20. Bryan, Jim (Mathematics)
    Counting curves with symmetry
  21. Bullock, Zachary (Civil Engineering)*
    Improving the Multihazard Resilience of Communities and Infrastructure in Canada
  22. Carpenter, Mark (Kinesiology, School of)
    Central and peripheral mechanisms controlling human postural control
  23. Clifford, Amanda (Materials Engineering)*
    Development of Redox-Active Nanocomposite Hydrogels for Continuous and Wearable Health Monitoring
  24. Clune, Jeffrey (Computer Science)
    AI-Generating Algorithms: AI that improves itself by automatically creating learning challenges
  25. Conati, Cristina (Computer Science)
    Toward Personalized Explainable AI
  26. Condon, Anne (Computer Science)
    Models and Algorithms for Molecular Programming
  27. Conibear, Elizabeth (Medical Genetics)
    The Role and Regulation of Endosomal GTP Exchange Factors
  28. Cooke, Ilsa (Chemistry)*
    Tracing the evolution of aromatic molecules from interstellar space to planetary systems
  29. Cool, Julie (Wood Science)
    Developing a continuous quality control method for the sawmilling process using sensory features and advanced data mining approaches
  30. Cornelis, Jean-Thomas (Land and Food Systems, Faculty of)
    Elucidating how nutrient-limiting soil conditions drive plant-induced weathering processes under a changing climate
  31. Cretu, Edmond (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Micro-acousto-electro-mechanical systems (MAEMS). A systemic approach for a pervasive ultrasound
  32. Di Matteo, Olivia (Electrical and Computer Engineering)*
    Software and algorithms for enabling noise-aware quantum computation on near-term devices
  33. Ding, Jiarui (Computer Science)*
    Uncovering the latent structure in single-cell multi-omics data to study human diseases
  34. Du, Shan (Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics – UBCO)*
    Next Generation Video Surveillance for Environmental Monitoring and Protection
  35. Emberson, Lauren (Psychology)*
    Development of the Large-Scale Neural Networks in Infancy
  36. Englezos, Peter (Chemical and Biological Engineering)
    Elucidating the impact of carbon nanoparticles and surfaces on gas hydrates and developing machine learning kinetic models
  37. Eskicioglu, Cigdem (Engineering, School of – UBCO)
    Valorization of hydrothermal liquefaction aqueous stream towards commercial viability of municipal sludge to biocrude oil conversion
  38. Evans, William (Computer Science)
    Uncertainty in Geometric Graphs
  39. Fedida, David (Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics)
    Structures of ion channel complexes
  40. Fernandez, Rachel (Microbiology and Immunology)
    Biogenesis and modification of the Bordetella cell envelope
  41. Fewster, Kayla (Education, Faculty of)*
    Relating the mechanical responses of the lumbar spine during sudden impacts to preceding mechanical exposures
  42. Folk, Joshua (Physics and Astronomy)
    Hybrid circuits as a thermodynamic measurement platform for 2D materials
  43. Foster, Leonard (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Michael Smith Laboratories)
    Measuring and understanding health stressors in honey bees
  44. Franz, Marcel (Physics and Astronomy)
    Exploring the twist paradigm in topological and interacting quantum matter
  45. Frommel, Andrea (Land and Food Systems, Faculty of)*
    Effects of aquatic acidification on development in early life stages of commercial fish
  46. Gargoum, Suliman (Engineering, School of – UBCO)*
    Towards Quantitative Integration of Reliability and Resiliency into Roadway Design: AI-Aided Road Vulnerability Assessment and Stochastic Uncertainty Modelling
  47. Gaynor, Kaitlyn (Zoology)*
    Landscapes of fear in the Anthropocene: Linking predation risk and human disturbance to animal behavior and ecological outcomes
  48. Graham, Sean (Botany)
    Genomic approachs to studying plant evolution, function and phylogeny
  49. Grecov, Dana (Mechanical Engineering)
    Novel applications of nanoparticle dispersions in lubrication and bio-lubrication
  50. Gyenge, Elod (Chemical and Biological Engineering)
    Advancements in Carbon Dioxide based Electrochemical Power Sources
  51. Hamlin, Jane (Psychology)
    Is mentalizing for social evaluation? Studies with human infants.
  52. Harley, Christopher (Zoology)
    Integrating ecological responses to environmental variation across levels of biological organization
  53. Hassan, Marwan (Geography)
    Sediments and sediment transport in mountain channels
  54. Hawley, Alyse (Engineering, School of – UBCO)*
    From wetlands to wastewater: leveraging natural biomes to determine key factors for engineering stable biological processes
  55. Hinshaw, Gary (Physics and Astronomy)
    Probing Cosmology with Diffuse Background Radiation Observations
  56. Hodges, Karen (Biology – UBCO)
    Species conservation in a fiery future
  57. Hodges, Nicola (Kinesiology, School of)
    Probing the relationship between doing and watching to promote motor performance and learning
  58. Hudson, Zachary (Chemistry)
    Optoelectronic Applications of Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence
  59. Isaac-Renton, Miriam (Forest and Conservation Sciences)*
    Tree population responses to climatic extremes
  60. Jacobson, Kevan (Pediatrics)
    Identifying novel mechanisms by which fermentable fibers modulate intestinal structure and function
  61. Jellinek, Andrew (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)
    Volcanic climate control and the climatic control of volcanism: Eruption dynamics, their sensitivity to global warming and cooling and their applications to problems in sustainable deep-sea mining
  62. Johnson, Pauline (Microbiology and Immunology)
    Molecular analysis of hyaluronan and CD44
  63. Kingstone, Alan (Psychology)
    Components of human attention
  64. Komisar, Vicki (Engineering, School of – UBCO)*
    Neuromechanics of postural responses to balance loss
  65. Kraeutner, Sarah (Psychology – UBCO)*
    Characterising neuroplasticity stimulated by covert practice and the nature of learning through covert practice
  66. Kravchenko, Sergey (Materials Engineering)*
    Computer Vision for Inspection of Internal Composite Structure Developed in High-Throughput Manufacturing Processes
  67. Kuo, Calvin (Biomedical Engineering, School of)*
    Developing a multisensory network of wearable skin-mounted inertial measurement units to measure impulsive loads to the head
  68. Laule, Cornelia (Radiology)
    Multi-nuclear magnetic resonance for characterizing human central nervous system tissue
  69. Lawrence, Ramon (Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics – UBCO)
    Embedded Databases for Agricultural and Environmental Applications
  70. Lecuyer, Mathias (Computer Science)*
    Towards practical, end-to-end differentially private machine learning
  71. Lemieux, Guy (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Vector Computing with Tensor Cores and Custom Accelerators in FPGA Overlays
  72. Li, Xiaoxiao (Electrical and Computer Engineering)*
    A Comprehensive Study Towards Lifelong Federated Learning Systems
  73. Liao, Renjie (Electrical and Computer Engineering)*
    Understanding and Improving Deep Learning for Structured Data
  74. Liu, Zheng (Engineering, School of – UBCO)
    Digital twin computing for predictive maintenance of industrial systems
  75. Lovegrove, Gordon (Engineering, School of – UBCO)
    Sustainable Transport Safety (SMARTer Growth Systems Planning): Tools to Proactively Move Toward Zero Deaths & Zero Emissions Transport
  76. Luo, Honglin (Pathology and Lab Medicine)
    Autophagy mechanism of coronaviral infection: Lessons from enteroviruses
  77. Maharaj, Anil (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of)*
    Development of an ex-vivo-in-silico framework for predicting maternal and breastfed-infant toxicokinetics
  78. Mayor, Thibault (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Michael Smith Laboratories)
    Investigation of Pathways that Regulate the Expression of Recombinant Proteins in Yeast
  79. Mesbah, Ali (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Multimodal Learning-Driven Software Analysis
  80. Milsom, William (Zoology)
    Control of Breathing in Vertebrates
  81. Mitchell, Matthew (Land and Food Systems, Faculty of)*
    Identifying multi-scale drivers of biodiversity and ecosystem services to build multifunctional working landscapes
  82. Moore, Robert (Geography)
    Environmental change, catchment hydrology and the stream environment
  83. Morin, Gregg (Medical Genetics)
    Functions of CDK12 and CDK13 in pre-mRNA Processing
  84. Murphy, Gail (Computer Science)
    Improving Software Quality through Effective Decision Support
  85. Murphy, Michael (Microbiology and Immunology)
    Bacterial iron acquisition
  86. Murphy, Timothy (Psychiatry)
    Tools for assessing shared sensory experience in interacting mice.
  87. Otto, Sarah (Zoology)
    Evolutionary models for a changing world
  88. Page, Brent (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of)*
    Exploiting protein stability changes to identify next generation chemical probes and target engagement technologies
  89. Park, Keunhyun (Forest Resources Management)*
    Developing automated visitor monitoring tools for better management of urban nature
  90. Park, Mi Jung (Computer Science)*
    Turning an enemy into an ally: Privacy In Machine Learning (Pri-ML)
  91. Park, Yongjin (Statistics)*
    Statistical learning and causal inference in high-dimensional genomics data across multiple information layers
  92. Pasquier, Thomas (Computer Science)*
    Next Generation Provenance-based Intrusion Detection System
  93. Pavlidis, Paul (Psychiatry, Michael Smith Laboratories)
    Neuroinformatics for genomics and anatomy
  94. Pawlowicz, Rich (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)
    Small-scale processes in the ocean
  95. Piret, James (School of Biomedical Engineering, Michael Smith Laboratories, Chemical and Biological Engineering)
    Bioprocess Engineering of Cells for Therapy
  96. Potter, Andrew (Physics and Astronomy)*
    Universality and topology in gapless systems and far from equilibrium
  97. Raymond, Lynn (Psychiatry)
    Investigating corticostriatal synaptic plasticity in motor learning
  98. Reid, Andrea (Oceans and Fisheries, Institute for the)*
    Indigenous fisheries conservation in a changing world
  99. Richer, Harvey (Physics and Astronomy)
    Near and Far: White Dwarfs, Brown Dwarfs and a New Standard Candle
  100. Rieseberg, Loren (Botany)
    Evolutionary Genomics of Plant Adaptation and Speciation
  101. Rodriguez Perez, Gema (Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics – UBCO)*
    Advancing Novel Approaches to Improve the Practices and Processes of Software Development in Online Collaborative Coding Platforms
  102. Rosin, Jessica (Oral Biological & Medical Sciences)*
    Characterizing the role CSF1R-expressing cells play in craniofacial development
  103. Roth, Andrew (Computer Science)*
    Computational Methods for Single Cell Biology
  104. Salcudean, Septimiu (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Transparency and semi-autonomy in teleoperation
  105. Sargent, Risa (Land and Food Systems, Faculty of)
    The impacts of species introductions on plant-pollinator network interactions
  106. Sayed, Tarek (Civil Engineering)
    Real-time Proactive Road Safety Management Techniques
  107. Schmidt, Mark (Computer Science)
    Hyper-fast hyper-parameter tuning for the next generation of machine learning
  108. Scholes, Rachel (Civil Engineering)*
    Stormwater infrastructure for treatment of emerging trace organic contaminants
  109. Shahriari, Dena (Orthopaedics)*
    Technological advances for the neuromodulation of the spinal cord
  110. Sheel, Andrew (Kinesiology, School of)
    Respiratory and neurovascular adaptation to physiological stress
  111. Shehata, Mohamed (Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics – UBCO)
    Advancing Object Detection and Tracking Frontiers in Intelligent Vision-Based Applications
  112. Shi, Xiaoping (Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics – UBCO)
    Nonparametric statistical methods based on graph theory
  113. Shwartz, Vered (Computer Science)*
    Commonsense Reasoning in Natural Language Processing
  114. Simard, Suzanne (Forest and Conservation Sciences)
    Novel forestry practices for mitigating global change: investigating effects of legacy trees on plant-soil microbial networks, carbon cycling and forest recovery
  115. Snyder, Jason (Psychology)
    Neuronal turnover and plasticity in the hippocampal dentate gyrus
  116. Soskuthy, Marton (Linguistics)
    How the shapes of words adapt to communicative pressures in spoken language
  117. Srivastava, Diane (Zoology)
    Ecological, geographic and phylogenetic dimensions of food webs and their response to global change
  118. Stoeber, Boris (Mechanical Engineering)
    Insights into poroelastic media flow
  119. Straus, Suzana (Chemistry)
    Novel Antimicrobial Host Defense Peptides: Design and Immunomodulatory Function
  120. Takahata, Kenichi (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Medical Microsystems and Enabling Technologies for Precision Medicine
  121. Tobber, Lisa (Applied Science, Faculty of)*
    Seismic design of novel precast walls for high-rise buildings
  122. Tortell, Philippe (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)**
    Patterns and processes of primary productivity and trace gas dynamics in subpolar and polar oceans
  123. Tyson, Rebecca (Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics – UBCO)
    Resilience of Cyclic Ecosystems in the Presence of R- and P-Tipping
  124. Virji-Babul, Naznin (Physical Therapy)
    Brain dynamics under resting state and naturalistic conditions from childhood to adolescence
  125. Wachs, Anthony (Mathematics)
    High fidelity micro- and meso-scale computations and data-driven physics-informed models of particle-laden flows
  126. Walus, Konrad (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Computer Aided Design of Atomic Electronics with Coupled Atomic Silicon Quantum Dots
  127. Wang, Z. Jane (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Deep Learning and Interpretability in Digital Image Forensics
  128. Wisnovsky, Simon (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of)*
    Development of Genetic Screening Methods for Functional Characterization of Cell-Surface Glycans
  129. Wolthers, Kirsten (Chemistry – UBCO)
    Enzymology of cofactor and amino acid metabolism in anaerobic bacteria
  130. Wong, Vincent (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    AI-based Joint Sensing, Communications, and Control for 6G Wireless Networks
  131. Wu, Lang (Statistics)
    Some new models and methods for complex longitudinal and survival data
  132. Yan, Julia (Operations and Logistics, Division of)*
    The value of flexibility in microtransit operations
  133. Zhang, Yuelin (Botany)
    Analyzing the molecular mechanisms of systemic acquired resistance
  134. Zidek, James (Statistics)
    Spatio-temporal modelling, network design, health effects, and dimensional analysis
  135. Zou, Zhengbo (Civil Engineering)*
    Optimizing Indoor Environment Quality through Quantifying Human Experience using Ubiquitous Sensing
The Subatomic Physics Discovery Grants program

One UBC-led project was awarded funding of $0.4m over three years through the Subatomic Physics (SAP) Discovery Grants program.

  1. Hasinoff, Michael (Physics and Astronomy)
    DarkLight at TRIUMF/ARIEL -- A Search for New Physics in e+e- Final States with an Invariant Mass between 10-20 MeV.
Discovery horizons grant program

Discovery Horizons grants support investigator-initiated individual and team projects that broadly integrate or transcend disciplines to advance knowledge in the natural sciences and engineering 

One UBC project was awarded funding of $0.5m over five years through the Discovery Horizons Grant program.

  1. Boley, Aaron (Physics and Astronomy)
    Orbital and surface risks from rocket bodies: Physical challenges, interdisciplinary solutions
SHIP TIME  Program

The Ship Time program allows those holding an NSERC Discovery Grant to apply for additional funds to access vessels in support of their research programs.

One UBC project was awarded one-year funding of $15k through the Ship Time Grants program

  1. Simon Donner (Geography)
    Are tropical mesophotic kelp communities endangered relics or climate change refuges? Fieldwork in the Galapagos Archipelago


The NSERC Research Tools and Instruments grants foster and enhance the discovery, innovation and training capability of university researchers in the natural sciences and engineering by supporting the purchase of research equipment.

Twenty-two projects led by UBC researchers were awarded a combined $2.7m through this competition.


  1. Abolmaesumi, Purang (Electrical and Computer Engineering, School of Biomedical Engineering)
    Ultrasound Imaging for Next Generation Non-destructive Inspection of Advanced Materials
  2. Arjmand, Mohammad (Engineering, School of - UBCO)
    Feeders and Laser Micrometer for Existing State-of-the-Art Twin-Screw Extruder
  3. Bizzotto, Dan (Chemistry - UBCV)
    Replacement of research grade potentiostat for advanced electrochemical research
  4. Burke, Sarah (Physics and Astronomy)
    Spatially resolved spectroscopy of Quantum Materials: Scanning probe Microscopy control system for high-resolution tunnelling spectroscopy
  5. Castellarin, Simone (Land and Food Systems, Faculty of )
    Urgent requirement of a leaf and soil gas analyzer for climate change research
  6. Damascelli, Andrea (Physics and Astronomy)
    In situ study of strain- and field-induced phases of quantum matter at the CLS-QMSC Beamline
  7. D'Arcy, Mitch (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)
    A portable spectroradiometer for calibrating the weathering state of sediments and landforms as a chronometer
  8. Eskicioglu, Cigdem (Engineering, School of - UBCO)
    A gas chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (GC-MS/MS) system for trace contaminant of emerging concern (TCEC) research
  9. Ford, Nancy (Oral Biological & Medical Sciences )
    X-Ray Detector Replacement for an In Vivo Micro-Computed Tomography Scanner
  10. Godin, Robert (Chemistry - UBCO)
    Advanced Photoluminescence Spectrometer to Establish Core Facilities in the Department of Chemistry and Support Its Pillars of Research
  11. Hallas, Alannah (Physics and Astronomy)
    Unveiling the structure and formation of quantum materials via x-ray diffraction with non-ambient temperature stages
  12. Li, Hongbin (Chemistry - UBCV)
    Emergency Replacement of a Piezoelectric Positioner for a High-Resolution Single Molecule Atomic Force Microscope
  13. MacLachlan, Mark (Chemistry - UBCV)
    Urgent Replacement of UV-vis/near-IR Spectrometer
  14. Maldonado, Maria (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)
    Critical Clean Water Technologies for Earth System Biogeochemical Research
  15. Milner, Valery (Physics and Astronomy )
    Ultrafast ion detector for the study of molecular chirality
  16. Nabi, Ivan (Cellular and Physiological Sciences)
    tauSTED: Fluorescent Lifetime Upgrade for Stimulated Emission Depletion Super-Resolution Microscope
  17. Perrin, David (Chemistry - UBCV)
    An Open Access Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometer for Sample Characterization
  18. Radic, Valentina (Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences)
    Improving glacier melt modelling through ground-based profiling of atmospheric boundary layer
  19. Samuels, Anne (Botany)
    High Vacuum Carbon and Metal Coater for Electron Microscopy Samples
  20. Sawatzky, George (Physics and Astronomy)
    An electronbeam evaporator for realtime and precise flux control for molecular beam epitaxy
  21. Shekhar, Sudip (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
    Infrastructure for silicon photonic test and development
  22. Zou, Ke (Physics and Astronomy)
    An integrated materials nanofabrication workstation to stack membranes for the Quantum Materials and Device Foundry

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