Watch: Your Future, Our Future

Watch: Your Future, Our Future

Watch the full lively discussion on how mechanical engineering research can be applied to industry, and more importantly, how this research will make a positive impact on society.

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Designing across cultures: MIE’s international capstone course

Designing across cultures: MIE’s international capstone course

MIE fourth-year international capstone course allows students to work collaboratively across continents and cultures on industry-sponsored engineering projects.

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Improving defibrillator accessibility to save more lives

Improving defibrillator accessibility to save more lives

Graduate student Christopher Sun and the Applied Optimization Lab are researching and optimizing the distribution of artificial electronic defibrillators (AEDs) in Toronto.

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Graduate Research Days 2016

Graduate Research Days 2016

Select MASc and PhD applicants will enjoy an expenses-paid trip to the University of Toronto, February 18 to 20, 2016!

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Momentum: Engineering Goes Global

Momentum: Engineering Goes Global

MIE is here, there and everywhere. Learn how we are making a global impact through teaching, research and academic initiatives.

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Events @ MIE

Events @ MIE

Check out our events page for upcoming seminars, info sessions, celebrations and networking events in our department.

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Top News

Engineering students to host Canada’s largest startup career expo at MaRS

January 28, 2016 — “The exhibiting startups will span a wide range of industries including finance, healthcare, robotics, software, Internet of Things and the list goes on,” said Daksh Sikri (Year 3 IndE), managing director, startup of You’re Next Career Network and a U of T engineering undergrad.

Three industry professionals leading U of T Engineering courses

January 28, 2016 — Kim Iwasa-Madge, P.Eng (IndE 8T1), who teaches MIE542H Human Factors Integration, sees teaching as a natural extension of her own practice. “In my job, I was often involved in supervising and mentoring young engineers,” she says. “I found that very fulfilling.”

Parking app takes home top prize at Hatchery Accelerator competition

January 28, 2016 — MIE students take first and second place at U of T Engineering's Hatchery Accelerator competition.

Winds of change: U of T engineers design windmills for Nicaragua

January 26, 2016 — U of T engineers have partnered with residents of Pedro Arauz, Nicaragua to design and construct a water-pumping windmill, providing critical irrigation during the area’s long dry season. The project was led by Professor Amy Bilton and was part of MIE 491: Capstone Design, a fourth-year course in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering.

Craig Simmons named U of T Distinguished Professor of Mechanobiology

January 26, 2016 — Professor Craig Simmons (MIE, IBBME) has been named the University of Toronto Distinguished Professor of Mechanobiology, an honour that recognizes his exceptional career accomplishments and promise.

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