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    • Assessment Methods for Advanced Masonry Work Systems 

      Ryu, JuHyeong (University of Waterloo, 2021-03-19)
      The physically strenuous and demanding nature of construction tasks exposes workers to injury risks, can reduce productivity, and contributes to undesirable early retirement. In spite of these risks, human performance in ...
    • Data, Debt & Daemons: Systemic Asymmetries on Spaceship Earth 

      Chu, Wesley (University of Waterloo, 2019-10-17)
      Day by day, the rate at which we create new data increases exponentially. Our capacity to learn cannot keep up. We are tiny members of a vast universal network, incapable of discerning cause and effect. Instead, we develop ...
    • Making CNC Machines Smarter 

      Kvitnevskiy, Ilarion (University of Waterloo, 2019-12-16)
      CNC machines are a commonly used manufacturing tool. Over the years, they have become increasingly sophisticated. While there is a lot of research into making the machines more sophisticated, there is little research into ...
    • Supporting Situation Awareness and Workspace Awareness in Co-located Collaborative Systems Involving Dynamic Data 

      Chang, Yu-Ling (University of Waterloo, 2016-08-31)
      Co-located technologies can provide digital functionality to support collaborative work for multiple users in the same physical space. For example, digital tabletop computers — large interactive tables that allow users to ...
    • Towards the Automation of Scalable Carbon Nanotube Sorting via Aqueous Two-Phase Extraction 

      Robitaille, Marcel (University of Waterloo, 2022-09-29)
      Carbon nanotubes are an exciting quantum material with numerous interesting and unique properties. Notable electric properties are their variable band-gap and metallic and semi- conducting variants. Carbon nanotubes are ...

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