Explore Grad Studies @ MIE by attending Graduate Research Day

Explore Grad Studies @ MIE by attending Graduate Research Day

Considering a graduate degree in engineering? Graduate Research Days at U of T Engineering are taking place February 5 to 7, 2015.

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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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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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Upcoming Events

George Brown | Basic Machining (Sundays: Nov. 23 & 30)

Nov. 23 - 30, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
George Brown, D106


AMIGAS: Role of Engineers in Policy

Nov. 24, 4 - 6 pm
BA 2165


Seminar: Human Factors Research in Minimally Invasive Surgery

Nov. 28, 3 PM
Mechanical Building, Room 102


MIE Varsity Athletes Lunch

Nov. 28, 1 - 2 pm
Galbraith Building, Room 202


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Top News

Six ways U of T researchers are engineering your health

When you’re running a medical facility designed to keep people out of the hospital, flawless scheduling is vital. Last year, when Women’s College Hospital was in the process of moving its outpatient operations to a new building in Toronto, the Centre for Healthcare Engineering (CHE), housed within the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE), helped them to re-think their schedule to see how they could improve their operations.

Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE)

Graduating MASc student Stephan Trusevych, Professor Roy Kwon and Professor Emeritus Andrew Jardine recently published a paper, “Optimizing Critical Spare Parts and Location Based on the Conditional Value-at-Risk Criterion,” in Engineering Economist (April-June 2014). The work is generating considerable interest, including a mention in the current issue of Industrial Engineer.

U of T engineering students launch Syncadian Inc. through Multidisciplinary Capstone course (MCP)

Syncadian Inc. is a startup company based at the MaRS Innovation Centre. Syncadian began as a multidisciplinary capstone project, led by the University of Toronto Institute for Multidisciplinary Design & Innovation (Professor Kamran Behdinan).

Two new Canada Research Chairs (CRC) for MIE

Congratulations to new MIE chair holders Professor Aimy Bazylak, CRC in Thermofluidics for Clean Energy and Professor Goldie Nejat, CRC in Robots for Society. Professor Nejat spoke at the event, thanking the government for its investment and describing the research it will support in her lab.

Canadian Foundation for Innovation: Leaders Opportunity Fund (CFI-LOF)

Professor David Sinton (PI) and co-PIs, Professor Murray Thomson and Professor Giovanni Grasselli (CivE), have received CFI-LOF funding for the project entitled, "From fracture to fluids to combustion: Infrastructure to understand the implications of hydraulic fracturing".

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