125 Years of Mechanical Engineering

125 Years of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is 125! Please join us in celebrating 125 years of excellence and innovation at Mechanical Engineering at U of T

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Momentum: Engineering Goes Global

Momentum: Engineering Goes Global

MIE is here, there and everywhere. Learn how we are making a global impact through teaching, research and academic initiatives.

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Upcoming Events

MIE Faculty Mixer

Apr. 24, 4:00-6:00pm
O'Grady's on College- Upper Level

Victoria Day: University closed

May. 18
University of Toronto

Academic Registration | Microfluidic Professional Course

May. 25 - 27, 9 AM to 5 PM
5 King's College Rd, MC331

Industry Registration | Microfluidic Professional Course

May. 25 - 27, 9 AM to 5 PM
5 King's College Rd, MC331

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Top News

U of T Engineering Supermileage Team wins Shell Eco-marathon in Detroit

April 14, 2015 — The University of Toronto Supermileage team won this year’s Shell Eco-Marathon Americas in Detroit, Michigan, with an efficiency of 3,421 miles per gallon—the equivalent of 6.82 millilitres of gasoline per 10 kilometres. That’s less than five tablespoons of gas to drive from the foot of Yonge Street in Toronto to Barrie, Ontario.

Chul Park named University of Toronto Distinguished Professor

April 13, 2015 —Professor Chul Park (MIE) has been named a University of Toronto Distinguished Professor, an honour that recognizes individuals with outstanding career achievements and promise.

Timothy Chan named U of T Engineering’s newest Canada Research Chair

April 10, 2015 — Professor Timothy Chan (MIE) has been named the Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Novel Optimization and Analytics in Health.

Two MIE Researchers Recognized with CSME Awards

March 31, 2015 — Professors Kamran Behdinan and Sanjeev Chandra honoured by the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME).

Professor David Sinton Honoured by Engineering Institute of Canada

March 18, 2015 — Sinton is among three U of T engineers recognized by the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) for their outstanding engineering achievements in the areas of Internet architecture, traffic reduction and bioenergy technologies, respectively.

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