Showcasing MUSE student research and a keynote presentation by
Dr. Jean-François Lozier, Curator, Canadian Museum of History
Refreshments provided, all are welcome.
Mr. Youngsok BANG, a doctoral student at McGill University in the area of Information Systems will be presenting his thesis entitled:
IMPACTS OF MOBILE CHANNEL ON E-COMMERCE
June 5, 2015
Bronfman Building Room 310
All are cordially invited to attend the presentation.
Student Committee Chair: Professor Kunsoo Han
The McGill Institute for the Study of International Development will be offering our highly successful executive education certificate program, Corporate Social Responsibility: Creating Value Through Collaborative Sustainable Development Program, from June 8-12.
For more information visit hksna2015.com
Day passes available!
Students Pengfei Song, Weize Zhang and Alexandre Sobolevski, under the supervision of Professor Xinyu Liu, won the Best Paper Award in the Microfluidics Symposium at the 2014 ASME IMECE conference. The team developed a microfluidic device for on-chip culture, chemical perfusion and phenotype identification of the nematode worm C. elegans, a promising development for worm-based, high-throughput chemical testing. The device can house single worms in microfluidic chambers, the chemical environment of which can be adjusted according to experimental needs.
On May 14th 2015, E-Innovation, a team all composed of McGill Chemistry staff and students, was awarded the second place of the 2015 McGill Dobson Cup Start-UP Competition for entrepreneurs in the Innovation Driven Track. The co-founders of E-Innovation are Prof. Janine Mauzeroll, Laurence Danis, Dr. Tomer Noyhouzer, Dr. Michael E. Snowden and Dr. Ushula M. Tefashe. The team would like to thank once again their mentors Marc St-Arnaud, Gregory Kalinin and Pr.
Authors: Şahinyazan, F. G., Kara, B. Y., Taner, M. R.
Publication: European Journal of Operational Research
CBC and CJAD have interviewed Dr. Linda Polka on the study of how babies prefer the sound of other babies. This study was conducted by Ph.D. student Matthew Masapollo, Linda Polka and UQAM colleague Lucie Menard.
Authors: Klag, M., Jansen, K. J and Lee, M. D.
Publication: The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science