Faculty of Engineering news
Centre for Intelligent Machines professor Vincent Hayward, one of the fathers of haptics research, is featured in the March 10, 2007, edition of the Economist Technology Quarterly.
Leading-edge intelligent systems research projects, resulting from university-industry collaboration, will be on display Monday, January 8, at 11:00 a.m. at McGill University's Centre for Intelligent Machines (CIM). Location: McConnell Engineering Bldg, 4th floor.
The Global Environmental and Climate Change Centre (GEC3) and the McGill School of Environment are pleased to present Dr. Mark Jaccard, professor, School of Resource and Environmental Management, and director, Energy and Materials Research Group, Simon Fraser University.
His strong confidence in McGill's tradition in research excellence, combined with a longtime passion for undiscovered possibilities both in the world of aviation and aerospace, has made Lorne Trottier an extraordinary champion in advancing the Engineering and Science faculties by donating $12 million.
The session will provide information about graduate programs in engineering and funding opportunities to encourage high calibre undergraduate students to pursue postgraduate education. Wednesday, November 8, 2006; 5 pm-7 pm; Macdonald Engineering Building, 276 and lobby.
Co-CEO of Engineers Without Borders, Parker Mitchell, will be visiting McGill and giving a presentation at 5:30 p.m. in the Adams Auditorium. For his work with EWB, he was named one of Canada's Top 40 Under 40 in 2005, has won awards from the Canadian Bureau for International Education and has been featured by TIME Magazine as one of Canada's next generation of social leaders. Whether you are interested in overseas placements, human development, sustainable solutions, or you're just curious to know what EWB is all about, this is a presentation you do not want to miss. Hope to see you all there. EWB McGill Chapter (email@example.com).
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