ENPH 253 Robot Summer 2020 @ home edition
The Project Lab is the core of innovation in Engineering Physics, and the main resource for our students to learn the
technical and leadership aspects of becoming professional engineers.
With their unique combination of engineering breadth and deep analytic training, our students are exceptionally well
suited to working on hard design problems. The Project Lab is where they apply their substantial knowledge of hardware,
software and physics skills to solve real-world technical and scientific challenges in a broad range of fields
including automation, machine learning, quantum systems, robotics, clean energy, medical devices, particle physics and
virtually any other domain that involves novel applications of engineering and physics.
Do you have a challenging, interesting, high-risk or high-tech idea that you would like to explore? Sponsoring a project
is a low-cost, low-risk way to advance your understanding of a domain or to develop a novel prototype. It is also an excellent
way to connect with the top engineering students at UBC, whether you are looking to recruit new talent or to stay up to
date with modern tools and techniques. For more details check out our “Sponsor a Project” page.
Our Corporate Supporters
Connor, Clark & Lunn
Our Individual Supporters
Special Thank You to:
Peter and Eva Riley
Engineering Physics Class of 1962
Engineering Physics Class of 1978