University of Toronto - Engineering Science
Anne Jing is a 19-year-old Engineering Science student from the University of Toronto. She is passionate about research, engineering design and entrepreneurship in robotics, biomedical engineering, and machine intelligence. In addition, she has experience in wet chemistry and optical physics.
By constantly engaging in urgent global issues, she continues to develop low-cost and sustainable solutions. Her work in innovation began locally with science fair projects ranging from creating carbon quantum dots to assistive aids for patients with Parkinson's disease. Her internationally-recognized research and innovations have been showcased, published, and awarded top prizes at national and international science fairs.
Currently, she continues her work through various clubs and associations at the University of Toronto. From engineering design to business to education, Anne strives to bridge the gap between theory and application through her work.
Outside of academia, she is pursuing other passions in business management, sports, and leadership. She remains fascinated about STEM and is optimistic about her future endeavours.