Phyllis Shin-Yu Wu

MASc Student

Biography

Phyllis is working on her MASc. in Civil Engineering with Prof. Grasselli at the University of Toronto. She was born in Toronto and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. She received her B.S.E. in Civil Engineering at National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan in 2020, and was certificated in the completion of Wood Construction Curriculum. She worked as a research assistant on bone-inspired structure simulation, and was a teaching assistant for the Wooden Structure Design course in NTU. Phyllis is personally interested in environmental conservation and sustainability. She has made a short film relevant to this topic with stop-motion animation (video link, presented in Mandarin). Her current research focuses on rock mechanics and she is interested in applying machine learning methods to research.

September 2021
September 2021

Poster

Poster presented at GeoConvention 2021 virtual conference titled "Wind - Hydrogen, a coupled energy alternative to diesel for Nunavut and other northern communities"
July 2021
July 2021

Award

Received the Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (QEII-GSST)

September 2020
September 2020

Joined

Joined as a MASc Student

Publications

Fong, M., Jalilpour, S., Wallace, C., Wu, P. S.-Y., & Zeinabady, D. (2021). Wind - Hydrogen, a coupled energy alternative to diesel for Nunavut and other northern communities.
Fong, M., Jalilpour, S., Wallace, C., Wu, P. S.-Y., & Zeinabady, D. (2021). Investigating the Feasibility of Hydrogen to Reduce Diesel Reliance in Remote Communities.
Fong, M., Jalilpour, S., Wallace, C., Wu, P. S.-Y., & Zeinabady, D. (2021). Analysis of the Policy Options to Adopt Hydrogen for Electricity Generation in Nunavut Remote Communities. Presented at the University of Calgary CREATE ReDeveLoP Annual Innovation Program, Virtual.