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Recent News

Power for the people: Designing a solar array for a remote mountain community

U of T Engineering student team travelled to Cerro Azul, Costa Rica as part of a fourth-year capstone project

ECE faculty and staff honoured for excellence by the Faculty of Engineering

Faculty and staff have been honoured for their outstanding contributions to the Faculty with teaching, research and administrative staff awards

COVID-19: ECE team programs single-board computers to remotely monitor patients and protect health care workers

Professor Willy Wong (ECE/IBBME) and his team have developed a method that can help hospitals monitor patient vital signs from a distance.

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