Engineers explore ideas and culture in Chinese exchange

Engineers explore ideas and culture in Chinese exchange

Faculty and students join international summer exchange at China’s Peking University

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Congratulations to our MIE Graduates

Congratulations to our MIE Graduates

Our newest alumni: The class of 1T3 + PEY and 1T4

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Mechanical engineers connect at CSME/CFDSC 2014

Mechanical engineers connect at CSME/CFDSC 2014

Department hosts productive and successful joint conference for international researchers

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Momentum: Engineering the future

Momentum: Engineering the future

The alumni & industry magazine of the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

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Oil-spill sponges and a future manufacturing leader

Oil-spill sponges and a future manufacturing leader

MIE graduate student named top 30 under 30 by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers

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Engineers explore ideas and culture in Chinese exchange

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.

Faculty and graduate students explore sustainable materials at U Tokyo

The workshop, themed Materials for Sustainability, explored more than 20 graduate-level research areas tied to the processing of eco-friendly materials, as well as the recycling and recovery of materials from waste. Professor Tobin Filleter was among the faculty leads on the visit to U Tokyo, also attended by Professor Edmond Young and graduate students Roshanak Banan, Janice Song, Saeid Salavati, and Maryam Talimi.

Oil-spill sponges and a future manufacturing leader

PhD candidate Ali Rizvi named top 30 under 30 by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Rizvi has designed a cost-effective commercial sponge, similar to the one you’d find in your kitchen sink, which can be used in disastrous oil-spill cleanups.

C-MORE » The Technical Cooperation Program

Professor Emeritus Andrew Jardine’s Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE) hosted an all-day meeting with representatives of the defence departments of Canada, United Kingdom, USA and Australia.

HFASt Demonstrates Research at Distracted Driving Awareness

The Human Factors and Applied Statistics Lab, directed by Professor Birsen Donmez, participated in a distracted driving awareness event hosted by Young Drivers driving school.

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