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Faculty of Engineering - Spring Open House March 7, 2014

The Faculty of Engineering welcomes high school students and their families for Spring Open House March 7, 2014.  There will be Open lab visits between 12 pm - 3 pm. Building tours will take place at 2:00 pm & 2:30 pm near Second Cup (First Floor Atrium).  There will be an information session from 3 - 4 pm in CEI Room 1102.

Studying in Windsor pays off for PhD student

ming to Windsor might have been the best move ever for a young Chinese engineering graduate student who’s trying to improve the performance of hybrid electric vehicles.

“It’s been really good for me,” said Xiaomin Lu, a PhD student who will soon return to Windsor after a productive six-week trip to India to conduct more research. “If I had stayed in China, I never would have had the opportunity to experience so much.”


Second-place showing in national case competition

If you find emergency room wait times getting shorter, the professional to thank may not be in medicine, but in engineering.

A group of industrial engineering students from the University of Windsor learned their optimization skills apply as much to the hospital as to the factory during a case competition at the Institute of Industrial Engineers national conference in Toronto, January 23 to 26.

Engineering Information Forum for High School Student and their Families

On Thursday January 9, 2014, the Faculty of Engineering is pleased to host our annual information forum for parents, family, and potential students who want to know more about studying Engineering at the University of Windsor. 

The event will take place at Chrysler Automotive Research and Development Centre at 3939 Rhodes Dr. in Windsor.  The event starts at 6 pm and ends at 8:30 pm.   Doors will open at 5:30 pm, students can register and fill out a ballot for a chance to win a $500 tuition certificate.

Trebuchet project puts student skills to the test

Kassem Bazzi, Matthew Vong, Tyler Doyle

From left, students Kassem Bazzi, Matthew Vong and Tyler Doyle prepare to launch their trebuchet on Friday.

Engineering students were busy launching rubber balls through the industrial courtyard at the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation on Friday. The students were taking part in an assignment for their course in dynamics, which required them to construct a trebuchet – similar to a catapult that uses counterweights to launch its projectile – out of nothing more than wood, string and pop cans.