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Catherine Beauchemin is predicting the future of flus

As a physicist, Catherine Beauchemin is used to relying on both experiments and theory (equations) together to study, understand, and predict the world.

Ojelanki Ngwenyama helps foster a culture of innovation

Ojelanki Ngwenyama’s research will help Canadian organizations identify, understand and overcome barriers that prevent them from adopting new and innovative information and communication technologies.

Deborah Fels is shaping inclusive design

Her research at Ryerson has led to the creation of Webmoti, a multimedia, multi-sensory system that lets autistic students attend class remotely while controlling the type and amount of sensory input they receive.

Hossein Rahnama is shaping the future of A.I.

Hossein Rahnama’s research into artificial intelligence and contextual computing led to the creation of Flybits, a Toronto-based company that hides the complexity of these developments, enabling enterprises to create and deliver highly personalized consumer experiences that drive digital engagement. 

Usha George sees a brighter tomorrow

Usha George knows that immigration is a global issue and Canada is a role model. The research she and her colleagues are doing within the Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement looks at all stages of the immigrant experience

Michael Kolios is transforming cancer treatment

As part of a diverse group of engineers and scientists partnering with St. Michael’s Hospital clinicians and researchers, Michael Kolios is using physics to create new methodologies that use ultrasound and optics to image and treat cancer.