Developing and supporting sound business decisions

Waterloo Engineering’s data analytics experts use data found in various forms and sources to determine best practices and policies that increase operational efficiency, improve customer service and save companies money.  

Recent data analytics projects include: developing policies to price goods using real-time data, creating dynamic patient scheduling policies, and determining job-shop production scheduling policies.

Faculty members have worked with the Ontario Ministry of Health, Cancer Care Ontario, Mayo Clinic, Grand River Hospital, Canadian Tire, Nestle, UPS, Dematic Ltd., in addition to many other industry partners.

  1. Sep. 11, 2020Professor has chair renewed to mine ‘data for good’

    A professor at Waterloo Engineering has had his Canada Research Chair renewed by the federal government.

  2. Apr. 9, 2020Students pitch in on project to help flatten the curve

    Several software engineering students at the University of Waterloo are volunteering with a student-run, data-gathering platform to track and monitor COVID-19 outbreaks in Canada.

    Flatten.ca, which has drawn national media coverage, involves students from Waterloo, the University of Toronto, McMaster University and the University of New Brunswick.

  3. Feb. 19, 2020Study links feeling good with taking care of yourself

    Researchers at Waterloo Engineering have used sophisticated text-mining technology to back up age-old advice on the importance of taking care of yourself.

    Their analysis of 700,000 online journal entries with an artificial intelligence (AI) computer model found a strong association between feeling good and getting enough sleep, eating well and exercising.

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