Professor Piero Triverio (ECE) at centre, and collaborators Drs. Stephen Fremes (right), Laura Jiménez-Juan (left) of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Professor Gianluigi Rozza of SISSA are developing a study that could provide surgeons with better information about coronary artery disease (Credit: Jessica MacInnis). February 8, 2018 | By Jessica MacInnis

Mysteries of the heart: U of T Engineering professor developing solutions for coronary artery disease with mathematical models

Research team led by Piero Triverio (ECE) is looking at ways to solve some of medicine’s most challenging heart problems through computational mathematics

Multi-talented engineering student and artist Andrew Forde was inspired by Glenn Gould’s 1967 CBC radio broadcast The Idea of North to compose a contemporary piece that reflects Canadian diversity. (Credit: Markus Staley). February 6, 2018 | By Kendra Hunter

Andrew Forde aims to connect Canadians with a new Idea of North

U of T Engineering student to perform his latest musical creation at Koerner Hall Feb. 9, 2018

Amol Rao (MIE MEng candidate) is the founder of Somnitude, a startup company that helps people get better sleep with its blue-wavelength-filtering glasses. Rao partnered with Freestyle Canada to ship 30 of his company's glasses to Olympic athletes ahead of the 2018 winter games. (Credit: Liz Do). February 6, 2018 | By Liz Do

This engineering startup is giving Canada’s Olympic skiers a fresh edge

Somnitude’s high-tech glasses help elite athletes optimize their circadian rhythms to get essential sleep and beat jet lag ahead of Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea

Professors Rita Kandel and Robert Pilliar (IBBME), at right, are working on a promising new treatment that could see diseased joints replaced with new tissue-engineered joints developed at U of T Engineering. (Credit: Jennifer Robinson) February 2, 2018 | By Jennifer Robinson

New joints for arthritis sufferers among U of T Engineering research projects receiving Connaught Innovation Award support

The five funded projects address pressing challenges in fields from machine learning to micro-surgery

Sara Maltese (Year 4 CivE) is the conference chair for the sixth annual WISE National Conference, hosted at U of T Engineering. (Photo credit: Armand Suwanda) February 1, 2018 | By Amanda Hacio

Transcending boundaries: U of T Engineering hosts WISE National Conference 2018

Sixth annual STEM event features inspiring speakers, a career fair, a case competition, debates and more

Passive lecture theatres are a thing of the past: the CEIE’s auditorium is designed instead around audience engagement and interaction. (Image courtesy Montgomery Sisam Architects & Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios) January 31, 2018 | By Engineering Strategic Communications

Tour the stunning student spaces in the CEIE: Floors 1 to 4

The first five floors of U of T Engineering’s newest building will include makerspaces, a world-class auditorium and much more