Elizabeth A. Croft, Ph.D., P.Eng., FEC, FASME
Professor and Director, Collaborative Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Systems Laboratory,University of British Columbia
6250 Applied Science Lane
Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6T 1Z4
Prospective students are kindly requested to read my frequently asked questions (FAQ) which is likely to answer your queries about prospects for graduate studies.
Thanks for visiting my website. Students interested in my research work, visiting, or joining my lab are kindly requested to read my frequently asked questions (FAQ). Most questions are answered there. Also, please visit the CARIS lab site where more information about my research group can be found.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the overwheming level of interest by students in doing research in the CARIS lab I cannot read or respond to email expressions of interest or requests to review CVs, statements of purpose, requests for guidance, etc. If you have sent me email about graduate studies, please accept my apologies for not responding to your email - there is just too much! If you wish to be reviewed for graduate studies in the CARIS lab, and have reviewed my FAQ, the next step is to apply for graduate studies in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. I will review the submitted application files of students indicating interest in my research. Thank you for your understanding.