Monthly Newsletter of McMaster University's Faculty of Engineering

SPOTLIGHT:



Research projects awarded $3.3M to address auto industry, nuclear safety challenges

Two pioneering research projects will bring together 17 McMaster researchers, a dozen industry partners and more than 80 students thanks to $3.3M in research funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council’s CREATE program.

The CREATE (Collaborative Research and Training Experience) program trains the next generation of researchers to tackle Canada’s most pressing scientific challenges.


OTHER NEWS:

New faculty announcements

Professor earns top Canadian chemical engineering award

McMaster water expert joins league of leaders as Great Lakes Guardian

Worth Mentioning

Construction Update on the new Gerald Hatch Center for Engineering Experiential Learning

McMaster’s Spectrum awards $105,000 in Student Startup competition

Alumni luncheon featuring tech leader Stephen Elop

 

EVENTS

May 18, 2016
Applause & Accolades

June 2, 2016
Outreach for Girls Conference

June 23, 2016
Alumni Dinner Reception in Chicago

Ishwar K. Puri

Dean's blog: Information ≠ Knowledge ≠ Understanding

The work in my lab looks at questions of why, what, how, where and when. As an example, in a recent technical paper, my research group communi­cated the serendipitous discovery of a metallic ink that we used to print an electrical circuit.

Walter G. Booth

Walter Booth built a legacy of entrepreneur­ship and innovation at McMaster

Walter Booth built a legacy of entrepreneurship and innovation at McMaster Philanthropist, engineer and entrepreneur Walter Booth often said McMaster University took a chance on him. The higher education stalwart credited McMaster’s first dean of engineering, John Hodgins, and professor, Jim Siddall, for mentoring him when he needed it most. It made him loyal to McMaster.

Alyssia Jovellanos

Comp Sci student wins prestigious Anita Borg award

Alyssia Jovellanos has a dream of creating a powerful pipeline of women in tech at McMaster University. The second year Computer Science student is already on her way.




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