Reducing the number of people killed in road accidents is an important and challenging task. Many aspects that contribute to improving vehicle safety will help to achieve this goal. Significant efforts are being made by car manufacturers globally to improve the safety performance of new vehicles.
Join us as WatCAR's own Green and Intelligent Automotive (GAIA) Powertrain Researcher, Stefanie Bruinsma, shows how a woman can teach you the basics of vehicle maintenance and minor repairs. This is a great workshop for anyone with a vehicle, or plan on purchasing one in the future, to learn what you can do to maintain your transportation.
Please join us for the Quarter-finals of the Global Automotive & Mobility Innovation Challenge (GAMIC) presented by SAE International and the MI Innovation Alliance. GAMIC provides early‐stage start‐ups with an opportunity for competition‐prep coaching
General Motors (GM) is holding a recruitment event for students to attend. Drop by to learn about autonomous cars, infotainment, co-ops, new grad opportunities & more!
The Fall Kickoff takes place every autumn. This race provides teams an opportunity to inspire new students and jump-start their build season.
Hosted by Waterloo Engineering, the Waterloo High School Electric Vehicle (EV) Challenge encourages students to design and test their own electric car in an annual endurance competition.
In a complex, unpredictable and fast-changing world, savvy leaders don’t stand still. Hacking the Future brings together influential speakers from an impressively wide range of sectors for forward-thinking discussions and interactive conversation
The University of Waterloo and the Waterloo Centre for Automotive Research (WatCAR) are proud to once again host the AutoTech Symposium on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 on campus.