UWindsor Engineering Research Centres

Dr. Edwin Tam in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.

At the University of Windsor, our dynamic team of engineers employs innovative, progressive solutions to solve the most pressing industrial challenges. Tap into our world-class facilities, expert researchers and enthusiastic graduate students to turn your business challenges into opportunities.

The University of Windsor is home to some of the most innovative engineering research happening in Canada. Whether it is vehicle light-weighting, alternative fuels, hybrid engines, V2V communication, renewable energy technology, new materials, reconfigurable manufacturing, casting technology or sensor development, the University of Windsor has a wide variety of engineering expertise. Much of this research is happening in the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation, a 300,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility featuring more than 80 research labs and an industrial courtyard for collaborative work with commercial partners. This R&D hub creates a direct connection between education, research and industrial innovation.

The University of Windsor actively encourages faculty and their teams to engage industrial partners and provides the collaborating teams with the facilities, infrastructure and resources to improve their capability and capacity to compete in a global market place. Windsor-Essex boasts a highly educated and skilled workforce and provides quick and easy access to the Canada-United States border. Our team is committed to building bridges between industry, research and education that will accelerate the transformation of ideas to products and competitive advantages.