Student teams submit business plans for a technological development in the Proteus Innovation Competition.
The Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada announced $3.2 million in funding for 17 researchers in the Faculty of Engineering.
An injection of nearly $2 million in federal funds will aid University of Windsor researchers.
The Luigi Zanettin Memorial Scholarship honours a Windsor engineering grad who died weeks after receiving his Master of Applied Science degree.
A second-year class in engineering dynamics will convert potential energy to kinetic energy to power their model vehicles in competition Friday.
Bill Altenhof hopes that serving as a councillor in the Town of Tecumseh will allow him to benefit its residents.
The UWindsor engineering professor won a byelection Friday to replace the late Michael Rohrer in the town’s Ward 2. His 676 total votes put him well ahead in a field of six candidates, with almost half of the 1,359 votes cast.
“Ultimately, it’s about giving back to the community which has been so good to me and my family,” says Dr. Altenhof, who was born and raised in the village of St. Clair Beach, which amalgamated with Tecumseh in 1999.
Three research institutions will share work on lightweight technologies for vehicles, under an agreement formalized Monday.
Engineering professor Bill Altenhof is an organizer of the International Crashworthiness Symposium, to be held on the UWindsor campus April 11.
A project designing vehicles driven by potential energy tested engineering students’ practical application of the principles of dynamics.