The Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MIE) hosted its fourth annual research symposium on June 10 at U of T’s Bahen Centre. Organized by a committee of the Association of
Professor David Sinton is a mechanical engineer. So at first glance it seems odd his lab is full of algae. Sinton’s research has always focused on small-scale plumbing, or fluidics — the movement
High expectations. That’s what Mengqi Wang (ECE 1T3) has for the University of Toronto Supermileage Team in 2014. Wang is co-president of the team, which competed for the first time ever in the
Imagine driving almost 900 kilometres on one litre of gas. A U of T Engineering student team is hoping to do just that at the annual Shell Eco-Marathon Challenge in Houston, Texas in early April.
Late in the evenings, after most students have trickled out of the Bahen Centre, U of T’s Supermileage team is just getting started. “I got the tires!” announced Michael Stranges (MechE
PhD candidates Mathew Carias (IBBME), Rhea Liem (AeroE), Matthew Ooms (MechE MASc 1T2), Nika Shakiba (IBBME) and Kim Tsoi (IBBME) are this year’s five engineering recipients of the prestigious