Meet with experts who have taken their academic experience and found opportunities to bring quantum to market. As part of this panel, they will discuss their personal pathway into commercialization including challenges and lessons learned.
In chemical engineering and nanotechnology engineering, you'll impact many industries, ranging from medical to pharmaceuticals, electronics to automotive, and a variety of consumer goods! On Thursday, December 9 at 7:00 PM ET, learn how students in these two programs are engineering the world all around us.
The Professorship in Environment 2021
"MAD Water: Mobile, Adaptive & Decentralized Infrastructure for the Climate Change Era"
In her talk, Dr. Amber Wutich will explore one of the greatest threats facing humans in the coming century - water insecurity.
In geological engineering and environmental engineering, the world is your classroom! On Tuesday, December 7 at 7:00 PM ET, learn how students in these two programs are engineering our earth for a better future.
What is it like to identify as LGBTQ+ in Engineering at Waterloo and beyond? Stop by this panel discussion hosted by EngiQueers, with panelists from the faculty, industry, and alumni of Waterloo Engineering, to learn more. There will be opportunities for members of the audience to ask questions. This panel discussion will not be recorded.
Waterloo Engineering students and alumni are invited to participate in an exclusive virtual Office Hour with Waterloo Engineering alumnus Harrison Lung (BASc '04, Computer Engineering), Partner of Portfolio Value Creation at Siris Capital Group.
UW Baja SAE is super excited to announce that we will be hosting a crossover event with Lucid Motors, a luxury Silicon Valley automaker, redefining the electric vehicle. This event will be a great way to learn more about the automotive industry, as well as gather advice on building a career at Lucid Motors!
Meet graduate student researchers from science,
engineering, and mathematics and hear how they discovered quantum information
science found their way into research, and how the skills they gained in
their undergraduate studies are helping them develop the next generation of
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign that runs from November 25 to December 10.
This year, we have a variety of activities and events that you can do or attend to learn more about gender-based violence and what you can do to address it on campus and beyond. Please join us to help make Engineering more inclusive for people of all genders.
ALUMNI SPEAKER SERIES
Re-Imagining Cities: Why your grandkids won’t drive and other ways engineers will save humanity
Join Research Talks, a panel discussion and Q&A examining the future of
Join us for an exclusive beer tasting with Waterloo Engineering alumnus Jim Murphy (BASc ’95, Chemical Engineering), chief executive officer of Elora Brewing Company. Jim will be hosting an epic alumni virtual craft beer tasting event – and you’re invited!
Event/initiative description: Join Nadine Ibrahim, the Turkstra Chair in Urban Engineering, and Kam Mofid (BASc '91 Electrical Engineering) at the November Turkstra Talks. Turkstra Talks is a distinguished speaker series that brings cities into our classrooms to revitalize our urban perspectives and motivate our connections to cities. Kam, a Senior Executive in Solar Energy and Distributed Generation will be talking about how solar energy and energy storage are changing our cities and the world.
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Proudly Presents:
Beth Parker, PhD, University of Guelph
Waterloo Engineering alumni and current students are invited to participate in an exclusive virtual Office Hour "Ace the Interview and Land Your Dream Job" sponsored by Ten Thousand Coffees.
Whether we like it or not, whether we realize it or not, applications of Artificial Intelligence have quickly become a ubiquitous part of everyday life. The Google Maps we all rely on, your daily newsfeed, and the conversations you have with Alexa or Siri are all driven by AI. Some worry that over-smart AI-driven computers will one day control us, or that AI-driven social media apps threaten personal welfare, science-based truth and democracy. Other observers maintain that AI will free people from mundane, repetitive tasks and rapidly facilitate rapid socioeconomic development.
Waterloo Engineering students and alumni are invited to participate in an exclusive virtual Office Hour with Waterloo Engineering alumnus Alfred Lam (BASc '03, Chemical Engineering), Partner at Chrysalix Venture Capital.
We’ve all been taught the 3Rs from a young age: reduce, reuse, recycle. But we tend to focus too much on that last R. While recycling is important, less than 10% of plastics in Canada are recycled, which means it does little to reduce how much of it we consume. We may even use more because we think what we’re using is being recycled.
Oscar Nespoli will provide a review of successful pilot programming where interdisciplinary teams of students were immersed in international practice settings, finding, framing and constructing problems during their coop terms, while being coached virtually by tutors on campus. Q & A session will follow a brief presentation on the main findings and possible future work.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Erin Mahoney,
Commissioner of Environmental Services for York Region and Douglas Wright
Engineer-in-Residence will present: York Region’s One Water Story…
recognizing the value of water in all its forms.
Please join us for Caretaking, the fourth of five conversations on the theme
of attention, with speakers Annmarie Adams, McGill University, and David
Theodore, McGill University. Their short presentations will be followed by a
discussion moderated by Fiona L. Kenney, PhD student, McGill School of