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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. This lead to Anne in developing a novel method in creating carbon quantum dots, an assistive aid for patients with Parkinson's disease and many more. 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 in her work. 

Her internationally-recognized research and innovations have been showcased, published, and awarded top honours at the Canada-Wide Science and Engineering Fair, Bay Area Science and Engineering Fair, and Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (where she won first place in the biomedical engineering category). 

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. 

EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS

University of Toronto (Class of 2023)

  • Engineering Science 

Assumption College School (Class of 2019)

  • 5 AP courses

  • STEM, student council, Prefect, Relay for Life committee

  • four-time honour role

  • Schulich nominee 

  • Varsity badminton, volleyball, badminton

AWARDS HIGHLIGHTS

  • First Place Award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

  • Professional Engineers of Ontario - Oakville Chapter Engineering Award

  • James Hillier Foundation Scholarship

  • ArcelorMittal Dofasco Pinnacle Second Best in Fair

mEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

  • CHCH: 

    • Seventeen-year-old Brantford girl invents device to help Parkinson’s patients

  • Brantford Expositor: 

    • Student's grandfather inspires award-winning science project

    • Meet the latest Hillier scholarship recipients

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