MIE fourth-year international capstone course allows students to work collaboratively across continents and cultures on industry-sponsored engineering projects.
Graduate student Christopher Sun and the Applied Optimization Lab are researching and optimizing the distribution of artificial electronic defibrillators (AEDs) in Toronto.
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.
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.”
January 28, 2016 — MIE students take first and second place at U of T Engineering's Hatchery Accelerator competition.
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.
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.