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Canada's Largest Engineering School

Ranked among the top 50 engineering schools worldwide, Waterloo Engineering is committed to leading engineering education and research.

We are the largest engineering school in Canada, with more than 9,500 students enrolled in 2016. In 2016/17, external research funding from Canadian and international partners exceeded $64 million, a strong indication of our extensive industry partnerships and the excellence of our engineering research programs.

  1. Jan. 9, 2018Engineering student and professor win best paper honours

    Systems Design Engineering doctoral student Devinder Kumar and professor Alexander Wong won the Best Paper Award at the 31st Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) Transparent and interpretable Machine Learning in Safety Critical Environments Workshop held at the end of 2017.

  2. Jan. 2, 2018Engineering professor named to the Order of Canada

    A longtime professor at Waterloo Engineering has added an appointment to the Order of Canada to his distinguished list of awards and accomplishments.

    Keith Hipel, a systems design engineering professor who also earned three degrees at Waterloo as a student, was recently cited for one of the country’s highest civilian honours by Governor General Julie Payette.

  3. Dec. 19, 2017Researchers using AI to learn from expert bricklayers

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is giving researchers at Waterloo Engineering new insights to help reduce wear-and-tear injuries and boost the productivity of skilled construction workers.

    Studies using motion sensors and AI software have revealed expert bricklayers use previously unidentified techniques to limit the loads on their joints, knowledge that can now be passed on to apprentices in training programs.

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  1. Jan. 16, 2018UWaterloo Intellectual Property Workshop Series

    Series Information:

    • Tuesday January 16 - 12:30-2:30 pm – IP 101 and Commercialization 

    • Tuesday February 13 - 12:30-2:00 pm – IP Case Study

  2. Jan. 17, 2018CBB Biomedical Discussion Group: "Microscale tissue-on-chip technologies: watching biology in high-definition"

    Dr. Christopher Moraes, Canada Research Chair in Advanced Cellular Microenvironments; Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering; Associate member, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering; Goodman Cancer Research Center, McGill University

  3. Jan. 18, 2018CBB Biomedical Discussion Group: "Non-invasive fall detection using 3D Deep Convolutional Autoencoder"

    Dr. Sheroz Khan, Post-doctoral researcher at the Intelligent Assistive Technology and Systems Lab, University of Toronto

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