Prof. Omer Gulder Elected as Fellow of The Combustion Institute

Inaugural Class of Fellows of The Combustion Institute Elected Feb 22, 2018 The Combustion Institute is pleased to announce the inaugural class of Fellows of The Combustion Institute. As dedicated members of the international combustion community, the 125 elected Fellows are recognized by their peers as distinguished for outstanding contributions to combustion, whether it be… Read more »

UTIAS student’s SpaceX internship involved working on Falcon Heavy’s engines

Askar Kazbekov, a UTIAS student who is working on a master’s degree with Professor Adam Steinberg spent nearly a year-and-half working for Hawthorne, Calif.-based SpaceX during two separate internships – one of which was organized through the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering’s professional experience year program. His most recent stint at the space company… Read more »

Start@UTIAS startup Kepler takes flight with satellite launch in China

Kepler Communications, founded by Mina Mitry (EngSci 1T2, AeroE MASc 1T4) and Jeffrey Osborne (AeroE PhD candidate), said its first nanosatellite was successfully deployed by a rocket that launched on Jan. 19 from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwestern China. Read the full story…

AutoDrive: Student team gears up on self-driving electric vehicle challenge

A new Chevrolet Bolt vehicle has just arrived at the University of Toronto’s Institute for Aerospace Studies. Now, a student team has until April to teach it to drive itself. U of T Engineering is one of just eight schools from across North America selected to participate in the AutoDrive Challenge™, a new intercollegiate autonomous… Read more »

Prof. Angela Schoellig named to MIT Technology Review’s Innovators Under 35

Professor Angela Schoellig (UTIAS) has been named one of the world’s top Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review magazine. “It’s an honour — to be named among this group of luminaries comes as a wonderful surprise,” says Schoellig of the recognition. “It’s also great for my students and postdoctoral researchers, because it’s really about… Read more »