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
Hosted by Professor Axel Guenther (MIE/IBBME), the workshop consisted of invited talks by world-leading researchers such as University Professor Michael Sefton, interspersed with intensive laboratory demonstrations where participants were able to get up-close and personal with some of the latest techniques in this vast and growing field.
Among the seven recently funded projects are the "Skin printer for low-cost and on-site wound dressings and skin regeneration (Cambodia)", led by Professor Axel Guenther, working with Dr. Marc Jeschke, Director of Sunnybrook’s Ross Tilley Burn Centre and developed by MIE PhD student Lian Leng.
UnERD is a one-day research symposium where undergraduate engineering students present the research they have done over the summer. Several MIE students, and students supervised by MIE faculty members, participated in the podium presentations and poster session, and Professor Craig Simmons gave UnERD's closing keynote.
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.