I am happy to announce that three new students – Patrick Houlding, Jeremie Fraeys de Veubeke, and Fatemeh Safari – have joined the Bridging the Digital Divide research team. Each will be working with the broader research team to investigate optimization routines for wireless mobile mesh technologies.Continue reading “Welcome Patrick, Jeremie, and Fatemeh”
I would like to welcome (back) Marshall Asch to the Bridging The Canadian Divide team. Marshall recently completed his Bachelor of Computing in computer science at the University of Guelph.Continue reading “Welcome Marshall Asch”
I am happy to announce that Xuan Luo, MASc student at the University of British Columbia, is the newest Mitacs Accelerate intern for the Wireless Mobile Mesh Network research program.Continue reading “Welcome Xuan Luo”
On Friday, November 2nd, the Wireless Mobile Mesh Technology to Address Canada’s Digital Divide research team gathered in Maple Ridge, British Columbia to celebrate the announcement of a $2.13M five-year research grant with Mitacs. The announcement was live-cast on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
We are honoured to share the following statement from The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, about the $2.13M research project investigating Wireless Mobile Mesh Networks for Improved Connectivity In The Circumpolar North.
A multi-year research project to develop wireless mobile mesh technology to address Canada’s digital divide was announced on Friday, November 2, 2018.