Engineering

drawing of lungs infected with Novel CoronavirusHis design for a low-cost ventilator will improve health outcomes in Canada and around the world, says UWindsor engineering prof Jeff Dafoe.

Prof developing low-cost ventilator design

His design for a low-cost ventilator will improve health outcomes in Canada and around the world, says UWindsor engineering prof Jeff Dafoe.

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Arash Khabazipur sits before a computer screen displaying a simulationArash Khabazipur, a doctoral candidate in UWindsor’s Faculty of Engineering, is using a computer algorithm to research reducing soot by diluting fuel with gases such as nitrogen and hydrogen. He is one of 107 students at UWindsor who recently received internship grants for their research.

Doctoral student researching soot to find cleaner-burning fuel

Engineering student Arash Khabazipur is using a computer algorithm to research reducing soot.

wind turbinesThe UWindsor student chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers will be honoured at the organization’s world conference this fall.

Engineering students win world recognition

The UWindsor student chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers will be honoured at the organization’s world conference this fall.

Researchers in UWindsor’s Centre for Hybrid Automotive Research and Green Energy work on a state-of-the-art EV electric motor test system.Researchers in UWindsor’s Centre for Hybrid Automotive Research and Green Energy work on a state-of-the-art EV electric motor test system that will be used to conduct next-gen electric vehicle research.

Investment by industry and NSERC to spur UWindsor research into electric vehicles

Funding for an industry-academia collaboration will drive innovation in electric vehicle technology.

magazine coverLearn about projects by researchers and students to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the latest issue of the Windsor Engineering newsletter.

Newsletter provides info on engineering faculty and students

Learn about projects by researchers and students to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the latest issue of the Windsor Engineering newsletter.