CEMWorks Welcomes Randy Yee

Earlier this year, CEMWorks was excited to welcome Randy Yee as a Computational Scientist!  Before joining us at CEMWorks, Randy developed a wide range of experience as a mathematical researcher from real analysis to applied cryptography. Along the way, Randy gained a strong background in C++ coding and actively participates in mathematical outreach and volunteer …

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CEMWorks and Partners Create Solutions to Address Demand for Massive Bandwidth with InnoStar

CEMWorks and Partners have been exploring the use of 100+ GHz mmWave components and the challenges faced during its manufacturing. With the knowledge of CEMWorks experts and their partners, the project InnoStar will reinforce European leadership in mmWave technologies and lead to vast opportunities in the global 5G/6G infrastructure, automotive radar markets, and beyond. Read …

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Anton Menshov Among Mentors for Tech Manitoba’s Project-Based Mentorship Program

Throughout the 2020-2021 school year, our Vice President of Engineering, Anton Menshov, dedicated his time to the Project-Based Mentorship Program for the Pembina Trails School Division and coordinated by Tech Manitoba. Anton was one of 26 mentors to offer guidance and leadership to students as they worked on projects focused on AI/Machine Learning, App and Game Development, Hardening …

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CEMWorks Welcomes New Cloud Solutions Developer

CEMWorks is excited to welcome Jaskirat Singh Grewal, B.Sc. (Honours), as our newest team member. Jaskirat has a background in Computer Science, Mathematics and experience with complex mathematical and graphical problems, and will work with the Cloud Solutions team as a developer to scale our impact. Among Jaskirat’s many academic accomplishments is earning a place on …

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CEMWorks to be Represented at the Western Innovation Forum

Cielo Gerrie, CEMworks’ own Vice President of Business Development, will be a panelist at this year’s Western Innovation Forum (WIF). WIF brings together hundreds of participants to promote western Canadian capabilities in the aerospace, marine and defence industries.  WIF 2021 will feature an expanded B2B meeting program to connect contractors, western Canadian companies, post-secondary institutions …

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CEMWorks Welcomes Dr. Santosh Raman

We are excited to welcome Santosh Janaki Raman, Ph.D. to the CEMWorks team as our new computational scientist!  Santosh contributes his extensive expertise in thin-wire time-domain EFIE methods, circuit simulations, and many other areas of computational electromagnetics. Dr. Santosh Raman is an accomplished academic, having completed his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science. During …

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CEMWorks Welcomes Dr. David Abraham

We are excited to welcome Dr. David Abraham, Ph.D. to the CEMWorks team as our Finite Element Expert! David contributes his expertise in computational electromagnetics and Finite-Element modeling of electrically complex media in the time-domain. Dr. David Abraham is an accomplished academic, having completed his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at McGill University. During his academic career, …

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2020 Future Mobility Awards: We’re Nominated!

CEMWorks has been nominated in the Virtual Development category for the 2020 Future Mobility Awards by MobilityXlab and is the only Canadian company to have been selected as a finalist!  The Future Mobility Awards recognizes startups and scale-ups, bringing the best innovations to the industry. MobilityXlab is a collaboration hub founded in 2017 to create …

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CEMWorks Continues to Make Essential Breakthroughs as Part of the Connected Vehicle and Engineered Surfaces Challenge

Connected vehicles are on their way to Canadian cities, and they will transform how people commute and the relationship between the cars and the smart city. Frequency Selective Surfaces are a crucial building block for connected vehicles’ reliability and safety in smart cities. Since partnering with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada in 2018, CEMWorks has made …

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