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
Oct. 22, 6 to 8 PM
Michael E. Charles Council Chambers, 35 St. George Street, GB202
Oct. 24, 3 PM
Mechanical Building, Room 102
Oct. 24, 12:00-1:00
Oct. 25 - Nov. 1, 9 AM to 4 PM
Eleven remarkable U of T Engineering alumni, including Donald W. Dowds (MechE 5T3), John H. Weber (MechE 7T9), George E. Wildish (MechE 5T3), and Thomas D. Woods (IndE 7T5), were recognized at the 25th annual Arbor Awards. Created by U of T in 1989, the awards are presented annually to alumni and friends whose loyalty, dedication and generosity has added substantially to the quality of the University of Toronto experience.
3-D printing is transforming manufacturing, and not just objects made of plastic or metal. CBC's Metro Morning host Matt Galloway spoke with Professor Axel Guenther.
ORMS Tomorrow (the INFORMS student magazine) profiles the University of Toronto Operations Research Group (UTORG) in the Summer/Fall 2014 issue.
Turuna Seecharan has been working on "The Eco-Drive Training Project," in conjunction with AUTO21 and supervised by Professors Andrew Jardine and Birsen Donmez. She has just been announced as one of six finalists at this year’s AUTO21 TestDRIVE Competition to be held on December 2, in Toronto at the annual meeting of the Ontario Council of Manufacturing Executives.
PhD candidate Lian Leng (MIE MASc 1T0, PhD 1T5) and Arianna McAllister (IBBME) were named the Canadian winners of the 2014 James Dyson Award for their invention, the PrintAlive Bioprinter. The machine – created in collaboration with Professor Axel Guenther (MIE/IBBME), alumnus Boyang Zhang (ChemE PhD 1T4) and Dr. Marc Jeschke, head of Sunnybrook Hospital’s Ross Tilley Burn Centre – prints large, continuous layers of tissue that recreate natural skin.