“I had also been accepted to a program in Spain to do research,” she says, “but I chose Canada because it has some of the best universities in the world so I knew I’d get the best opportunity to learn because of Globalink!” She was impressed by the organization of the program and the hands-on approach that Mitacs takes to welcoming the students for their research terms every summer.
Her research with Professor Nariman Sepehri at the University of Manitoba is helping to develop computer models of hydraulic systems within aircraft engines and other heavy machinery. The overall goal of the research is to assist aircraft and machinery manufacturers to develop new designs for hydraulic systems that will optimize reliability, efficiency and performance over the course of their lifetimes, while potentially opening up new avenues for use of the technology.
Anna Carla has found her stride in efficiency research this summer, saying: “I have to do something like this for grad school—it is the perfect area for me to build my career. I am really enjoying every aspect of it!” She has plans to apply for her Masters degree in Canada, having fallen in love with the culture, the landscape and the people of Canada.
Mitacs thanks the Government of Canada and Research Manitoba for their support of the Globalink research internship in this story. Across Canada, the Globalink program also receives support from Alberta Innovates, the Government of British Columbia, the Government of New Brunswick, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Government of Nova Scotia, the Government of Ontario, the Government of Prince Edward Island, the Government of Quebec, and the Government of Saskatchewan.
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