Professor Mireille Broucke (ECE) uses flying robots like these drones as a testbed to develop control algorithms capable of handling dynamic, real-world situations. (Photo: Tyler Irving) December 4, 2017 | By Tyler Irving

Steering through uncertainty: U of T Engineering research creates control algorithms for self-driving robots

Mireille Broucke and her colleagues in the Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics design theoretical frameworks to help drones and autonomous vehicles navigate in changing conditions

Holiday Gift Guide products November 28, 2017 | By Engineering Strategic Communications

U of T Engineering Holiday Gift Guide 2017

Looking for holiday gift ideas? Here are 12 U of T Engineering-approved options for everyone on your list.

November 27, 2017 | By Emily Meyertholen

Why we partner

Winners of U of T Engineering’s 2017 Industry Partner Awards share their reasons for collaborating with the Faculty’s world-class researchers.

Professor Alberto Leon-Garcia (ECE), seen here with graduate students Atoosa Nasiri (left, ECE PhD candidate) and Rajsimman Ravichandiran (centre, ECE MASc candidate), heads the new NSERC Collaborative Research and Training Experience program in Network Softwarization. (Photo: Tyler Irving) November 27, 2017 | By Tyler Irving

Cloud-based data routing receives major investment from NSERC CREATE

New collaborative research project aims to replace networking infrastructure with flexible software solutions

U of T Engineering alumnus Tony Lacavera (CompE 9T7) addresses aspiring entrepreneurs as part of startup accelerator The Entrepreneurship Hatchery’s speaker series, Nov. 23, 2017. (Credit: Tristan Cannon-Sherlock). November 24, 2017 | By Marit Mitchell

‘We need to celebrate our successes’: Tony Lacavera tells The Hatchery how Canadian entrepreneurs can win

U of T Engineering alumnus, founder and investor shares his concern that Canadian prosperity and innovation are on a downward trajectory — and his advice on how entrepreneurs can turn things around

SensOR Medical Laboratories CEO Robert Brooks (MIE PhD 1T5) addresses a Health Innovation Hub, or H2i, event this week. (Photo: Chris Sorensen) November 24, 2017 | By Chris Sorenson

Move fast and break things? Not when you’re building a health-care startup

SensOR co-founder Robert Brooks offers advice at the launch of HealthEDGE Initiative from U of T’s Health Innovation Hub