Austin Liolli

Austin LiolliAustin Liolli, a second-year electrical and computer engineering student and member of UWindsor’s MicroNanoSystems Research Group, displays a 3D lab-on-a-chip developed at UWindsor. He will present his LOC research at the International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition on November 15 in Phoenix, Arizona, as one of the top five finalists in the prestigious Young Engineer Paper contest.

Engineering undergrad sole Canadian finalist in international competition

Austin Liolli’s innovative design improves the efficiency of a lab-on-a-chip that fits in the palm of your hand.

Circular thinking: math students to celebrate value of pi

What better way to celebrate the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter than to ή β π? That’s eta beta pi to you non-Greeks.

Students in the math and computer science societies invite the campus community to join them for a Pi Day party in honour of the mathematical constant, Wednesday, March 14. The event starts at 1:59 p.m. (get it? 3.14, 1:59 …) in room 3150, Erie Hall – appropriately enough, the Java lab.

There will be pie on offer, promise organizers.