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Mechanical, Automotive & Materials Engineering

Premier Kathleen Wynne shakes hands with UWindsor president Alan Wildeman.Premier Kathleen Wynne shakes hands with UWindsor president Alan Wildeman after speaking at a funding announcement at the University of Windsor - FiatChrysler Canada Automotive Research and Development Centre. The event also celebrated the 20-year partnership between UWindsor and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Canada.

Ontario provides millions to boost UWindsor-FCA automotive research

A provincial pledge of nearly $17 million will support research and development at Windsor’s Automotive Research and Development Centre.

A team of UWindsor mechanical and electrical engineering students competed in the Electric Vehicle Grand Prix, last month in Indianapolis.A team of UWindsor mechanical and electrical engineering students competed in the Electric Vehicle Grand Prix, last month in Indianapolis.

Engineering students celebrating grand prix appearance

A team of UWindsor mechanical and electrical engineering students competed in the Electric Vehicle Grand Prix, last month in Indianapolis.

staff of AUTO21The staff of AUTO21 marked its sunset Thursday (from left): director of operations Sandra Bortolotti, scientific director and CEO Peter Frise, former director of external relations Stephanie Campeau, executive assistant Jan Stewart, and manager finance and administration Mary Anne Henderson. Absent: Raed Kadri, Kristie Pearce and Tina Hague.

Automotive research network produced results for industry and for Canadians

A reception Thursday celebrated the 15-year run of the AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence.

Lancer Aerosports members pose with their completed model aircraftLancer Aerosports members Ankur Joshi, Nathan Minty, Robert Racz, Kassem Bazzi, Breanna Ramirez and Viken Minassian pose with their completed model aircraft following its first test flight. Missing from the photo are teammates Quentin Minaker and Shubham Vig.

Engineering students cleared for takeoff in international competition

Lancer Aerosports will put its model plane to the test in the SAE Aero Design competition, April 22 to 24 in Van Nuys, California.

Horst Friedrich, Bill Altenhof, Michael WorswickHorst Friedrich of the German Aerospace Center and engineering professors Bill Altenhof of Windsor and Michael Worswick of Waterloo celebrate an agreement to co-operate in research on lightweight vehicle technologies.

Agreement to promote international collaboration on lightweight technologies

Three research institutions will share work on lightweight technologies for vehicles, under an agreement formalized Monday.