Waterloo Engineering and Math are delighted to host an alumni reception in Seattle in October. At this pub and games night, you will enjoy great food and cocktails as well as fun games (billiards, ping pong & shuffleboard) while you personally connect with fellow University of Waterloo alumni from Math and Engineering. Connect with professor Lisa Aultman-Hall, Chair of the Department of Systems Design Engineering, at the event and hear the latest news from the University of Waterloo.

Cost is $15 per person. Each ticket includes two drinks, appetizers and games.

Lisa Aultman-Hall
Professor and Chair, Department of Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo

Lisa Aultman-Hall photo

Dr. Lisa Aultman-Hall is Professor and Chair of the Department of Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. Dr. Aultman-Hall focuses on transportation systems, especially methods to collect unique databases for modeling and analysis of long-distance travel, transportation sector emissions, network resiliency, streetscape design, and non-motorized transportation. Until recently, she served several leadership roles at the interdisciplinary University of Vermont Transportation Research Center. Dr. Aultman-Hall is active with the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies where recent roles include chairing the National Transportation Data Committee and the 2018 National Household Transportation Survey (NHTS) Conference. Dr. Aultman-Hall brings modeling of real-world spatial behavior to the modeling of charging demand for electric vehicles with the Joint Clean Climate Transport Research Partnership (JCCTRP) led by the University of Quebec at Montreal. Her expertise in automated vehicles focuses on how they will be used for passenger travel including long-distance trips and elements of equitable access.