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Mechanical, Automotive & Materials Engineering

Researchers in UWindsor’s Centre for Hybrid Automotive Research and Green Energy work on a state-of-the-art EV electric motor test system.Researchers in UWindsor’s Centre for Hybrid Automotive Research and Green Energy work on a state-of-the-art EV electric motor test system that will be used to conduct next-gen electric vehicle research.

Investment by industry and NSERC to spur UWindsor research into electric vehicles

Funding for an industry-academia collaboration will drive innovation in electric vehicle technology.

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.

Waguih ElMaraghyUWindsor engineering professor Waguih ElMaraghy has joined the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.

Engineering prof joins accreditation board

UWindsor engineering professor Waguih ElMaraghy has joined the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.

University of Windsor mechanical engineering students pose with the rocket they entered in The Spaceport America Cup. The team placed fifth in the 30,000 commercial off the shelf motor, solid propulsion category.University of Windsor mechanical engineering students pose with the rocket they entered in The Spaceport America Cup. The team placed fifth in the 30,000 commercial off the shelf motor, solid propulsion category.

Rocketry students reach new heights in international competition

A team of mechanical engineering students placed fifth in the world's largest intercollegiate rocket engineering competition.

The Spaceport America Cup attracted 121 teams worldwide to compete June 18 to 22, 2019 in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

University of Windsor Rocketry Team member Katarina Berg says the competition has multiple categories based on motor type and either a target altitude of 10,000 or 30,000 feet.

Atilla Saadat holds an avionics bayAerospace student Atilla Saadat holds an avionics bay, which will log the altitude of a rocket he is building with a team of UWindsor students.

Aerospace engineering student aiming high

Atilla Saadat, a UWindsor student studying aerospace engineering, is one of four province-wide to receive an Ontario Aerospace Council scholarship.