Professor Peter Grant (UTIAS) practices responding to an aerodynamic stall in a flight simulator at the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies. (Credit: Marit Mitchell). June 7, 2018 | By Marit Mitchell

Modelling mayday: New research from U of T Engineering helps pilots train for aerodynamic stall

Professor Peter Grant designs new methodology for developing models for the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to improve accuracy of emergency simulations

Students participating in U of T Engineering Go North activity June 5, 2018 | By Engineering Strategic Communications

U of T Engineering’s Go North event inspires STEM leaders of tomorrow

More than 1,100 Ontario students in Grades 3 to 8 visited U of T Engineering on June 5 for a chance to peek under the surface of today’s technologies — all while experiencing the excitement of university life.

Professor William Cluett (right) with a student at University of Toronto convocation. The President’s Teaching Award is U of T’s highest honour for teaching. June 1, 2018 | By Carolyn Farrell

Professor William Cluett receives the University of Toronto President’s Teaching Award

U of T’s highest honour recognizes sustained excellence in teaching, research on teaching and the integration of teaching and research

Professor Parham Aarabi (ECE) is the CEO and founder of ModiFace, a spin-off company that uses augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) to build advanced facial visualization software for the beauty and medical industries. ModiFace has been acquired by L'Oreal. (Credit: Johnny Guatto) May 31, 2018 | By Marit Mitchell

U of T Engineering AI researchers design ‘privacy filter’ for your photos that disables facial recognition systems

New algorithm protects users’ privacy by dynamically disrupting facial recognition tools designed to identify faces in photos

IBBME Professor Milos Popovic, left, speaks with an alumnus at a networking event. Popovic is the 2018 recipient of the March of Dimes Canada’s Jonas Salk Award, recognizing his sustained scientific contributions to improving the lives of people with physical disabilities. (Photo: Jonathan Sabeniano) May 31, 2018 | By Luke Ng

Milos Popovic receives March of Dimes Canada lifetime achievement award

Jonas Salk Award recognizes his sustained scientific contributions to improving the lives of people with physical disabilities

U of T Engineering’s Team FAM May 29, 2018 | By Jamie Hunter

U of T Engineering students selected to compete in Canadian Reduced Gravity Experiment Design Challenge

Team FAM (Fluids Affected by Magnetism) will fly their experiment in microgravity to examine the heat transfer in paramagnetic fluids under external magnetic fields.