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Engineering

John Thibert, Frank Guarasci, Connor Ajersch, Mathew DunneFour UWindsor engineering students placed third in the Canadian Engineering Competition for their design of a crop duster that travels on a zipline. From left to right: John Thibert, Frank Guarasci, Connor Ajersch, and Mathew Dunne.

Crop-dusting design earns recognition for engineering students

Four UWindsor engineering students placed third in the Canadian Engineering Competition for their design of a crop duster that travels on a zipline.

Mojtaba Kordestani, Ehsan Hallaji, Mehrdad Saif, Roozbeh Razavi-Far, Maryam Zanjani, and Hossein HassaniCelebrating the recognition of Windsor’s IEE chapter by the Systems, Man, and Cybernetics society are Mojtaba Kordestani, Ehsan Hallaji, Mehrdad Saif, Roozbeh Razavi-Far, Maryam Zanjani, and Hossein Hassani.

Engineering society honours local chapter

A University of Windsor chapter of electrical and computer engineers has been recognized for its innovative programs and leadership.

Rupp CarriveauRupp Carriveau is the co-creator and leader of the international Offshore Energy and Storage Society, which exchanges ideas and fosters collaborations that will propel the integration of renewable energy and storage technologies.

Professor helping birth the next generation of energy storage

A UWindsor professor has spearheaded the creation of an international cluster of researchers in offshore energy and storage.

Jalal AhamedProfessor Jalal Ahamed and his team in the Micro Nano Mechatronic Research Lab have designed a microchip with nine sensors that can simultaneously track orientation, acceleration, velocity, position, temperature and elevation of a moving object.

Microchip technology drawing on nature as inspiration

Engineering professor Jalal Ahamed is turning to nature to inspire his research.

Ofelia A. JianuProfessor Ofelia A. Jianu of the Alternative Fuels and Energy Laboratory believes Windsor is well positioned for sustainable production of hydrogen.

Professor touts hydrogen as fuel of the future

Professor Ofelia A. Jianu of the Alternative Fuels and Energy Laboratory believes Windsor is well positioned for sustainable production of hydrogen.