Sensorium is a research centre for creative inquiry and experimentation at the intersection of the media arts, performance and digital culture. It is also a VISTA partner organized research unit and has a number of VISTA members.
Matthew Tesfaldet, graduate student of Marcus Brubaker, joins Vector Institute Postgraduate Affiliate Program
Lassonde School of Engineering Teaching Assistant and master’s student Matthew Tesfaldet has been named a member of the inaugural cohort of the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence‘s Postgraduate Affiliate Program.
Techvibes article by Core Member Marcus Brubaker on the cross-discipline approach to push AI research
"Every time a researcher and practitioner considers their next project, I challenge them to ask themselves a simple question: Is this really the most impact you can have? If it’s not, then keep pushing the boundaries."
Last October, York University Professor Graham Wakefield, Canada Research Chair in Interactive Information Visualization, contributed to an art exhibit at South Korea’s Seoul Museum of Art.
VISTA Core Member Jianhong Wu awarded $2.6 million by Sanofi Pasteur and NSERC to combat infectious diseases with Math
Major new research initiative will develop mathematical techniques to identify populations most susceptible to infectious diseases and enable manufacturers to produce cost-effective vaccines that can be deployed quickly.
VISTA associate member Jimmy Huang named distinguished member by the Association for Computing Machinery
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has named York University Professor Jimmy Huang a 2017 Distinguished Member for his innovative accomplishments in a cutting-edge, technical field.
Professors at York University’s Lassonde School of Engineering, including VISTA Core Member Michael Brown and Marcus Brubaker, have been awarded Discovery Grants from the Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
Canada Research Chair discovers how the brain remembers visual targets relative to other visible landmarks. This work could help those with brain damage.
CBC article: 'Thinking-while-moving' exercises may help people with Alzheimer's, VISTA researchers find
Results from a 16-week study by York University researchers finds that exercises like playing certain iPad game might actually boost the cognitive functioning of people with dementia and other cognitive deficits.
York’s new president shares her insights on research amplification, highlighting VISTA as a success story
Dr. Rhonda Lenton, York University’s new President and Vice-Chancellor, reflects on the rising profile of research and innovation at the University.