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McMaster University

Engineer Qiyin Fang and team to use donated house as living lab

Three students from Mexico’s Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey are visiting campus and learning under the mentorship of B.Tech. faculty members, Dan Centea and Ishwar Singh through the university’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).

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McMaster University

A summer of international mentorship for B.Tech.

Three students from Mexico’s Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey are visiting campus and learning under the mentorship of B.Tech. faculty members, Dan Centea and Ishwar Singh through the university’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).

McMaster University

'Building Thinkers' initiative to educate the whole engineer

“The Building Thinkers program is testament to McMaster Engineering’s commitment to enhancing the student experience and inspiring the next generation of engaged citizen scholars who will help create a prosperous and sustainable world,” said Ishwar K. Puri, McMaster’s Dean of Engineering.

McMaster University

MACgyver workshop challenges students to think on their feet

While the world is busy battling for Pokemons, several engineering students battled an evil genius on campus and saved the world from extinction.

Peter Jonasson

Lab tech helping to broadcast Olympic Games

McMaster Engineering staff member Peter Jonasson is running a different kind of marathon at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil.

Emily Cranston

Rising chemical engineering star wins award

Emily Cranston, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, recently earned the inaugural KINGFA Young Investigator Award from the American Chemical Society’s Division of Cellulose and Renewable Materials.

McMaster Enginering

Coming Soon: Makerspace @ Thode Library

This fall, McMaster’s Faculty of Engineering and University Library will be launching a makerspace in Thode Library, a new interdisciplinary experiential learning space where the McMaster community can gather to create, invent and learn.

McMaster Enginering

New Institute to help prepare communities for disasters

A new McMaster Institute promises to explore the ripple effects of far-ranging disasters, such as earthquakes, floods and hurricanes.

McMaster Enginering

Faculty of Engineering "Innovation from Excellence 2016" report

Innovation is embedded in the culture of McMaster Engineering. We are committed to solving the grand challenges facing our world and improving society through our student-centred, research-focused approach to education. Our guiding principle is simple: There is no substitute for excellence.

John A. Davies

Remembering Dr. John Davies

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing on July 25th, 2016 of John A. Davies, research professor emeritus of Engineering Physics.

McMaster Engineering

Dean's blog: Rethinking the Engineering PhD

We encourage doctoral students to take deep dives into very narrow questions, implicitly encouraging them to think small. The narrowness of their research topics focuses them laser like into silos that lie far from the interdisciplinary thinking that is required solve today’s wicked problems.

David Latulippe

McMaster forms industry partnership to find innovative wastewater solutions

Chemical engineers David Latulippe, Carlos Filipe and their research team have partnered with Aevitas, a Canada wide recycling and waste management company, to explore how to better detect and create more cost-effective and faster treatment solutions for biocides.

Jonathan Bramson

Federal government investing $12M towards Biomedical Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing centre

The Fraunhofer Project Centre for Biomedical Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing (BEAM) research facility, will be home to several of McMaster’s leading researchers.

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