Faculty of Engineering news
As confirmed by a representative of Immigration Quebec, we will have our Fall Permanent Residency information session on OCTOBER 26 (FRIDAY), 9:30 AM, William and Mary Brown Student Services Building, Room 5001. Only one session will be offered this year, with a maximum of 75 students. Please find attached the PR Session flyer and kindly circulate.
The Faculty of Engineering is pleased to invite you to join us at the Graduate Studies @ McGill Engineering Fair on October 10, 2007, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., on the McGill downtown campus. Along with guest speakers and discussion panels, there will be information booths on our programs, funding opportunities, career services and University and Engineering facilities tours. We look forward to seeing you there.
The Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies Office, in collaboration with federal and provincial funding agencies, will be holding information sessions and workshops for students. For a list of sessions/workshops please visit the Engineering website.
An information session on NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards is taking place on Tuesday, September 11, 2007, in Room 2/36 of the Strathcona Anatomy & Dentistry Building, 3640 University Street.
This forum will give you the opportunity to meet representatives from industry leading companies based in Quebec and the rest of Canada, as well as to attend exciting presentations and participate in various workshops.
Mr. Leslie L. Vadasz, Doctor of Science, honoris causa, and Professor Adel S. Sedra, Doctor of Science, honoris causa. Degrees will be issued at the May 29, 2007, convocation.
This book brings together for the first time in one publication a complete treatment of the phenomenology and theory of how molecular structure affects the flow properties of molten plastics and, conversely, how these properties can be used to obtain information about the molecular structure of a polymer. The book is intended to meet the needs of polymer scientists and plastics engineers. Although only published in mid-2006, the publisher has already rated it as a "best seller."
Massively parallel nanofluidic systems are lab-on-a-chip devices where the fluidic operations associated with solution-phase biochemical and biological analysis are performed in high density arrays of nanoliter containers.