May 24, 2018 | By Liz Do

Inspired by art, engineering researchers use sound and visuals to simulate blood-flow patterns of brain aneurysms

“Imagine I’m a patient with what I feel is a ticking time bomb in my head…I want to provide more information for the clinician”


Professor Jennifer Drake (CivMin), an expert in stormwater systems, is pictured in the GRIT Lab green roof at U of T. Drake is receiving the 2018 Young Engineer Medal from the Ontario Professional Engineer Awards. (Credit: Tyler Irving) May 24, 2018 | By Carolyn Farrell

U of T Engineering professor and alumni receive Ontario Professional Engineers Awards

Awards recognize exceptional early career achievements, outstanding leadership and service to the profession


Professor Patricia Sheridan is one of several core faculty who will be part of the newly created Institute for Studies in Transdisciplinary Engineering Education and Practice (ISTEP). (Photo: Roberta Baker) May 23, 2018 | By Tyler Irving

Preparing future engineers: U of T Engineering to launch new transdisciplinary institute

ISTEP, unique in Canada, will advance research and teaching at the intersection of engineering and education


Professor Steven Waslander (UTIAS) joined the University of Toronto on May 1, 2018. He is a leading expert in control systems for aerial and terrestrial robotics. (Courtesy: Steven Waslander) May 22, 2018 | By Marit Mitchell

Robotics by land and air: A Q&A with Steven Waslander

Internationally renowned expert in robotics and AI joins the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies


Quantum computing will bring a whole new set of security concerns to the internet — but U of T Engineering advancements in Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) are providing solutions to these emerging challenges. (Creative Commons) May 22, 2018 | By Jessica MacInnis

Going the distance with future-proof quantum cryptography

Professor Glenn Gulak and team show that error-correction decoding is no longer a computational bottleneck in long-distance Quantum Key Distribution


Dr. Cao-Thang Dinh, left, and Dr. Md Golam Kibria (both ECE) demonstrate their new catalyst. In a paper published today in Science, their team demonstrated most efficient and stable process for converting climate-warming carbon dioxide into the building blocks for plastics, all powered using renewable electricity May 17, 2018 | By Marit Mitchell

New catalyst upgrades greenhouse gas into renewable hydrocarbons

Research team out of U of T Engineering designs most efficient and stable process for converting climate-warming carbon dioxide into a key chemical building block for plastics – all powered using renewable electricity