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Faculty Achievements

Symposium to set stage for international collaboration

Automotive engineers from around the world will come to UWindsor next month for the International Crashworthiness Symposium to discuss the design of lighter-weight vehicles and cutting-edge innovations to improve fuel efficiency and vehicle safety. The symposium also sets the stage for UWindsor to sign the Cooperation Agreement on Novel Lightweight Technologies for Improved Crash Safety, along with the University of Waterloo and the German Aerospace Centre.

Engineering programs earn top accreditation ratings

Four of five UWindsor Engineering programs evaluated recently by Engineers Canada received the highest accreditation ratings available.  This latest evaluation cycle, which took place in early July, was conducted through the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), a national organization of provincial and territorial associations regulating the practice of engineering.

UWindsor team designs award-winning cargo optimization tool for Air Canada

A system to help Air Canada maximize the use of its complicated cargo network has won an award for a UWindsor’s research team.

The project, “Modelling of the Air Cargo Network Flow Optimization,” led by engineering professor at the Supply Chain and Logistics Research Centre, Guoqing Zhang, took the first practice prize at the national conference of the Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS), June 16 in Montreal.