UTIASStartAwards2015Final

The UTIAS Start Entrepreneurship Program, funded by UTIAS Alumnus and Entrepreneur Francis Shen, awarded 14 UTIAS Start teams a total of $250,000.00 to further develop their ideas.

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UTIAS Grads Make Aviation History for the Second Time

UTIAS grads Dr. Todd Reichert and Cameron Robertson led a team of U of T engineering grads and students and made history when they won the prestigious Sikorsky Human Powered Helicopter Challenge.  Read the full story…

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New UTIAS Program in Sustainable Aviation

The Centre for Research in Sustainable Aviation (CRSA) was established to help equip future scientists and engineers with the skills to develop environmentally sustainable aircraft.  Find out more…

Inside U of T's MarsDome, an enclosed testing facility modified to simulate an extraterrestrial surface (photo by Roberta Baker and Deb Hazlewood)
Robots crawl, swim, and fly across the UTIAS MarsDome

Robotics experts in sensory perception, artificial intelligence, mechatronics, autonomous robots, and advanced control systems technology joined in the NCFRN trials at the UTIAS MarsDome  

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UTIAS Student Team Test Fires Rocket Engine

On August 13, 2013 undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Toronto Aeronautics Team Rocketry Division (UTAT Rocketry) performed a static test fire of their hybrid rocket engine.  Watch the test…

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Downsview Aerospace Hub

The Downsview aerospace hub would include universities, colleges, industries, and SMEs.  Matt Nicholls writes about the real rewards of such a cluster

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“UTIAS is a world class aerospace department … without doubt the top aerospace department in Canada.”   UTIAS External Review

The academic program in aerospace science and engineering at the University of Toronto includes undergraduate and graduate studies. Our undergraduate program is offered through the Engineering Science Program. At the graduate level we offer research-intensive programs leading to MASc and PhD degrees, and a professionally-oriented program leading to the MEng degree. The scope of our research includes aeronautical engineering (aircraft flight systems, propulsion, aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, and structural mechanics) and space systems engineering (spacecraft dynamics and control, space robotics and mechatronics, and microsatellite technology).

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UTIAS Led Team Places 5th in International UAV Competition in Maryland

Congratulations to the University of Toronto Aerospace Team, who placed 5th out of 39 teams in the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) student competition last week in southern Maryland. Students from universities all over the world were tasked with designing and operating an autonomous unmanned aircraft to provide aerial photography in a mock […]

Professor Alis Ekmekci Receives Early Researcher Award

Three U of T Engineering professors, including Professor Alis Ekmekci of UTIAS, have received Early Researcher Awards from the Government of Ontario. The ERAs provide as much as $140,000 for promising early-career scientists and engineers to build their teams. “These awards recognize the important contributions three of our promising young professors are already making in […]

Women in Canadian aerospace are making their mark!

31 amazing women, including UTIAS Professors Alis Ekmekci and Angela Schoellig, are included in the Women in Science and Engineering spotlight on Women in Canadian Aerospace. Read their stories, learn about their work & #AeroPassion.

Sustainable aviation: How 3D printing makes airplanes more environmentally friendly

When most people board a plane, they probably aren’t thinking about the complex invisible structures inside the materials that make up the body or wings of the aircraft. Fortunately for the rest of us, Craig Steeves and Glenn Hibbard are.  Find out how and why Professors Glenn Hibbard and Craig Steeves are creating lighter, stronger […]

Professor Hugh Liu receives $1.65 million from NSERC to CREATE 150 drone experts

Hugh Liu has received a $1.65 million NSERC CREATE grant to train 150 graduate students in the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for everything from fighting forest fires to exploring for natural resources.  Read the full story.