Congratulations to Oishi Hawlader for receiving the Women in Engineering Best Paper Award and 250 dollars for a technical paper she published and presented in the 26th Annual Newfoundland Electrical and Computer Engineering Conference held on November 15 here in St. John’s.
Her research was conducted during her visit to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the RSI enrichment program. This research was conducted at the Bex Laboratory at Northeastern University in Boston. The title of her paper is “Sensory Effects of Dichoptic Saccadic Adaptation.”
Way to go, Oishi!