Come learn about additive manufacturing (3D printing) at UWaterloo. Tour state-of-the-art labs and create your own 3D design.
The registration is limited to 25 early birds.
This event is only open for University of Waterloo Students and Post Docs
Need to start thinking about a Capstone Design project idea? Interested in solving the personal mobility problems of the future alongside General Motors?
Come watch the finalists of the 3MT faculty-based heats present their research in the 3MT university-wide final competition.
There will be lots to discover and explore at Civil, Environmental & Geological Engineering's Capstone Design Symposium. Dozens of projects will display everything from local transportation issues to the colonization of Mars.
For more information on all the research projects that will be presented, please see the 2019 Civil, Environmental & Geological Engineering Capstone Design Projects page and join us on March 18 to come and explore for yourself! Students will be present from 1:00 pm until 4:30 pm to show and discuss their research.
On Saturday March 16 from 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m., the University of Waterloo and Impact Alliance will be teaming up to host the Global Solutions Conference!
Public Safety Canada (PSC) will be on campus on March 13 to deliver the Safeguarding Science Workshop for faculty and staff who are involved in research using biological, chemical, radiological, or nuclear materials or technology.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Professor Martyn Clark, Associate Director at the Centre for Hydrology at the University of Saskatchewan and Editor-in-Chief of Water Resources Research, will present "The Evolution of Process-Based Hydrologic Models: Historical Challenges and the Collective Quest for Physical Realism."
Research students from the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering will be challenged to articulate the impact and breadth of their research in a 3 minute presentation, using 1 static PowerPoint slide during the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni are welcome to watch the Canadian Engineering Competition (CEC) 2019 competition events. Various competitions in design, consulting, presentation and debate will take place throughout E7 from Friday, March 1 until Sunday, March 3.
Join the Water Institute on March 1, in DWE 3518 to learn about AquaHacking 2019: a multi-stage competition that engages entrepreneurs, raising awareness of water issues and fostering their commitment to solving them.