Applied research on soil animation attracts national attention (Expired)

A research team from our department that has developed a computer program to simulate how soil moves is attracting lots of national attention. The graduate students on the team are Andrew Geiger, Hui Gong (graduated), Fatemeh Bayeh, Stamatis Katsaganis, and Kael Dow, all of whom are supervised by Dr. Howard Hamilton.

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) currently features a video and article about "Simulating Soil for Heavy Machinery Training" featuring the research team and the corporate partner, Edmonton-based Serious Labs Inc. (http://www.nsercpartnerships.ca/Video-Video/Seltzer_Hamilton-Seltzer_Hamilton-eng.asp)

A related story on the same research as seen by the corporate partner is also featured by NSERC: http://www.nsercpartnerships.ca/Success-Reussites/SuccessStory-Reussite-eng.asp?ID=1010

For more details, see the story on the University of Regina webpage:

http://www.uregina.ca/external/communications/feature-stories/current/fs-12102014.html


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