Engineering

Tina Suntres and Lana DrouillardUWindsor innovation administration co-ordinator Tina Suntres and Lana Drouillard, director of marketing and communications for the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation were among those representing the city during media previews of the North American International Auto Show.

Auto show exhibits put UWindsor on world stage

Researchers from the University of Windsor were among the exhibitors at the North American International Auto Show.

Members of the UWindsor Hyperloop teamMembers of the UWindsor Hyperloop team celebrate their success in the early rounds of the worldwide competition seeking innovation in high-speed transportation.

Student team advances in Hyperloop competition

The UWindsor Hyperloop team is one of 52 worldwide to advance in a competition that encourages innovations in high-speed transportation.

Phil McKay, Brandy Giannetta Phil McKay (BASc 2007, MASc 2011) and Brandy Giannetta (BA 1998, MA 1999) champion wind energy growth nationwide in their roles with the Canadian Wind Energy Association.

Grads outstanding in field of wind energy

UWindsor grads Phil McKay and Brandy Giannetta champion Canada’s wind energy industry.

Arezoo Emadi, Jenitha BalasingamProfessor Arezoo Emadi and grad student Jenitha Balasingam of the Electrical Micro and Nano Devices and Sensors Research Centre (e-Minds) adjust an ultrasonic imaging system for cancer detection.

Tiny technologies promise giant applications

A facility designed for nano-scale research by controlling air pollutant levels, pressurization, temperature, and humidity is slated to open in 2019.

Staecey-Merveille NgabireCivil engineering student Staecey-Merveille Ngabire will discuss her experiences fleeing conflict in Burundi in a talk Saturday in New York City.

Engineering student to deliver TED-Ed talk

Civil engineering student Staecey-Merveille Ngabire will discuss her experiences fleeing conflict in Burundi in a talk Saturday in New York City.