Faculty and students join international summer exchange at China’s Peking University
MIE graduate student named top 30 under 30 by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers
Professor Emeritus Andrew Jardine's Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE) has just received a six-month NSERC Engage grant for a project entitled "An Optimal Maintenance Plan for Deteriorating Water Pipes." C-MORE’s partner in the research is Riva Modeling.
Of the 10 most highly cited papers, number 3 came from Professor Paul Milgram's Ergonomics in Teleoperation and Control (ETC) laboratory: #3: "Perceptual issues in augmented reality" David Drascic, Paul Milgram (1996), 237 citations.
"Right now the keyboard act you can download on your smartphone is a virtual keyboard," CEO Will Walmsley (MASc IndE 1T2) said in an interview with CBC’s The Lang & O’Leary Exchange.
Minuum [William Walmsley (MASc MIE 1T2)] is one of 11 startups – two from Engineering – that recently completed U of T’s elite accelerator program, Creative Destruction Lab, based at the Rotman School of Management.
Six MIE students are participating in this year's Global Educational Exchange (Globex) at Peking University (PKU) in China. The program, running from July 7 - 26, encourages student exchanges and research collaboration between PKU and 21 engineering schools from around the world.