Accelerate

Effect of Shape Parameterization and Optimization Algorithms on Adjoint Based Aerodynamic Shape Optimization

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Toronto

Discipline: Aerospace studies

Partner: Bombardier Aerospace

Sector: Aerospace and defense

Intern: 
Nimeesha Kuntawala
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. David Zingg

 

Prediction of Vortex Breakdown over Wing Geometries Using Detached-Eddy Simulation

Program: Accelerate

University: Queen's University

Discipline: Engineering, mechanical

Partner: Bombardier Aerospace

Sector: Aerospace and defense

Intern: 
Hassan Raiesi
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Andrew Pollard, Dr. Ugo Piomelli

 

Community Council Growing Prosperity Project

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Victoria

Discipline: Geography, geology and Earth science

Partner: Community Social Planning Council

Sector: Construction and Infrastructure

Intern: 
Neil J. Nunn
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Jutta Gutberlet

 

Optimal Design of Interface Geometry of Pocelain-Fused-to-Metal (PFM) Dental Crown - an Experimental Study

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Alberta

Discipline: Engineering, mechanical

Partner: Universal Dental laboratories Ltd.

Sector: Medical devices

Intern: 
Mohammad Al-Amin Khan Chowdhuri
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Zihui Xia

In conventional crown structure, the crowns are bonded to the bottom layer with a cement layer. The major clinical failure mode is the subsurface radial crack at the interface between the crown and cement. This failure is caused largely by the tensile stress concentration/singularity in the dental ceramic at that interface. A sharp change in the structure geometry or/and mismatch in material properties at interfacial boundary is the source for such stress concentration/singularity.

Numerical investigations of Geophysical Data

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Alberta

Discipline: Mathematics

Partner: TerraNotes Ltd Geophysics

Sector: Oil and gas

Intern: 
Jian Deng
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Yau Shu Wong

 

Novel MRI Technical Developments for Noninvasive Measurements of Arterial Stiffness

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Manitoba

Discipline: Medicine

Partner: MedVoxel Systems Inc.

Sector: Medical devices

Intern: 
Xu Yang
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Hung-Yu Lin

 

A multi-center prospective, Randomized study To determine the effects of Exercise Managed Intervention Study (ARTEMIS)

Program: Accelerate

University: Western University

Discipline: Kinesiology

Partner: Sykes Assistance Services

Sector: Life sciences

Intern: 
Melanie Stuckey
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Robert Petrella

 

Surgical Scheduling and Capacity Planning

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Ottawa

Discipline: Business

Partner: Ottawa Hospital

Sector: Management

Intern: 
Davood Astaraky
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Jonathan Patrick

 

Manual Wheelchair Simulation with iDAPT’s CEAL Simulator

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Toronto

Discipline: Engineering, biomedical

Partner: A-Tech Instruments Ltd

Sector: Medical devices

Intern: 
Larry Crichlow
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Geoff Fernie

 

Study of effect of therapeutic ultrasound device on dentoalveolar structure in dogs

Program: Accelerate

University: University of Alberta

Discipline: Dentistry

Partner: SmileSonica Inc.

Sector: Medical devices

Intern: 
Saleh Al-Daghreer
Faculty Supervisor: 
Dr. Tarek El-Bialy

 

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