Katie, Matt, Adric, and Maxime all had the opportunity to present their research last weekend at the 16th annual Ontario Biomechanics Conference (OBC2019). This was my first time attending and I really enjoyed the student-focused spirit of this event.
Congratulations to Madeleine Driver on defending her MASc thesis!
Driver MG. Finite element analysis of cortical shell contributions to apparent stiffness and the effect of vascular apertures in rat vertebrae under uniaxial compression [Master’s Thesis]. Queen’s University: Kingston, ON; December 2018. http://hdl.handle.net/1974/25900
Congratulations to Katie Goggins for winning this year’s Dr. Fergal Nolan Radiation Safety Award at the 10th anniversary celebration for the Centre for Research in Occupational Safety and Health(CROSH).
Katie had the opportunity to present some of her PhD research at the combined conference of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists and Centre for Research in Occupational Safety and Health (ACE-CROSH 2018) that is being held here in Sudbury. She did an amazing job of explaining some very complex mathematical concepts (i.e., multiple correspondence analysis or MCA) in a very clear and understandable way!