Engineering

Michael Cappucci (BASc 2011) was one of three alumni named the Top Three Under 30 by Windsor’s Engineering Month Committee during a ceremony April 13 at the Fogolar Furlan Club.Michael Cappucci (BASc 2011) was one of three alumni named the Top Three Under 30 by Windsor’s Engineering Month Committee during a ceremony April 13 at the Fogolar Furlan Club.

UWindsor students and alumni honoured by engineering community

Several UWindsor engineering students and alumni were among those honoured last week during a local celebration of the profession.

Takayo Nagasawa, Colin NovakJournalist Takayo Nagasawa of Japan’s national public broadcaster NHK interviews engineering professor Colin Novak about the infamous Windsor Hum.

Hum generating buzz on the other side of the world

Engineering professor Colin Novak will be featured in a Japanese science show for his investigation into the source of the infamous Windsor Hum.

Dr. Colin Novak's research into the Windsor Hum will be featured on the Japanese public television show Cosmic Front Next. The crew will be filming on campus on April 16, 2018.Dr. Colin Novak's research into the Windsor Hum will be featured on the Japanese public television show Cosmic Front Next. The crew will be filming on campus on April 16, 2018.

UWindsor prof to be featured on Japanese science show

Colin Novak is big in Japan.

And if the associate professor of mechanical, materials and automotive engineering isn’t yet, he will be soon.

A camera crew from Japan’s national public broadcaster NHK will be at the University of Windsor on April 16 to report on Dr. Novak’s investigation into the source of the infamous Windsor Hum.

Novak’s Noise Vibration and Harshness-Sound Quality Group set up low-frequency noise monitoring stations across the city’s west end to record noise within the hum’s frequency range.

Duncan Lam discusses the EPICentre Makers Base with an open house visitor on March 8, 2018.Duncan Lam discusses the EPICentre Makers Base with an open house visitor on March 8, 2018.

EPICentre’s Makers' Base officially open for tinkering

UWindsor students, recent alumni, and staff are now welcome to get a free membership to the EPICentre Makers' Base.

Research Associate Duncan Lam is busily recruiting members for the new program and gleams with excitement now that the doors and the possibilities of a tinkering network are open for business. EPIC Makers' Base is located in the EPIC Industrial Hub (Centre for Engineering Innovation Room 1133) and is a place for people from all academic and technical backgrounds to undertake experiential learning through hands-on activities.

Brian Aldington and Matthew Saby of die set manufacturer Anchor Danly enjoy a tour by grad student John Magliaro of the structural engineering testing lab, Friday in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.Brian Aldington and Matthew Saby of die set manufacturer Anchor Danly enjoy a tour by grad student John Magliaro of the structural engineering testing lab, Friday in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.

Engineering school invites industry to explore research capacity

The UWindsor Faculty of Engineering showcased its research expertise for representatives of more than 40 industrial concerns Friday.