July 20, 2018 | By Jessica MacInnis

U of T Engineering blockchain project receives funding injection from Connaught Fund

Multidisciplinary team unites researchers to apply blockchain technology in fields from law to finance

Professor Moshovos and his team. Front row, left to right: Zissis Poulos, Dylan Malone Stuart, Professor Andreas Moshovos; back row, left to right: Sayeh Sharifymoghaddam, Kevin Siu, Mostafa Mahmoud, Patrick Judd, Alberto Delmas Lascorz, Milos Nikolic. (Credit: Tyler Irving) July 19, 2018 | By Tyler Irving

Building the computing engines that will power the machine learning revolution

New NSERC Strategic Partnership Network focuses on techniques to optimize hardware for artificial intelligence

Smart cities professor Mark Fox. July 9, 2018 | By Liz Do

It takes a village to build a smart city: Mark Fox on culture of collaboration at School of Cities

Professor Mark Fox says School of Cities will play a pivotal role in catalyzing collaboration across U of T Engineering and University

On the left of each quadrant is a real X-ray image of a patient’s chest and beside it, the syntheisized X-ray formulated by the DCGAN. Under the X-ray images are corresponding heatmaps, which is how the machine learning system sees the images (Image courtesy of: Hojjat Salehinejad/MIMLab). July 6, 2018 | By Jessica MacInnis

Training artificial intelligence with artificial X-rays

New U of T Engineering research could help AI identify rare conditions in medical images by augmenting existing datasets

Two Iron Dragons crews, boats #4 and #6, race in the University Division finals at a regatta on Toronto Island in June 2018. Boat #4 placed first, and boat #6 placed third. This summer the national champions are flying to Szeged, Hungary to compete at the dragon boating world championships. (Credit: Laura Pedersen) July 4, 2018 | By Marit Mitchell

Iron Dragons take on the world

U of T Engineering student dragon boating team wins nationals, heads to world championships in Hungary

June 27, 2018 | By Anjali Baichwal

Troost family boosts engineering leaders of tomorrow with new $3-million gift

Building on their generosity to U of T Engineering, Kathleen and William Troost have made an additional gift of $3 million to support leadership education at the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering