Upcoming Features

Here are some of the feature articles we'll be presenting in the next issue of the IEEE Canadian Review.


  Triumph of a dream  translated from the German by Daryoush Shiri  
The Canadian research centre, TRIUMF, is now 50 years old, and seeks new challenges in dealing with Big Data

"The heart of the facility is a 520 MeV cyclotron. The accelerator, being still the largest of its kind in the world ... The most recent example of German-Canadian collaboration is the agreement to process a large amount of data (Big Data) using machine learning ..."


  Letter from Sweden  by Daryoush Shiri  
A University of Waterloo graduate shares his experience as a post-doctoral researcher at Chalmers University of Technology

"When I received my SIN card, it was accompanied by 'Welcome to Sweden' letters in Swedish, English and my mother tongue (Persian) ... Swedes read a lot, they travel a lot and they host multitudes of cultures in their land as immigrants."












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