Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Collaboration between University of Waterloo researchers and Ontario businesses was officially celebrated August 9 in Engineering 3. Under FedDev Ontario’s Applied Research and Commercialization Initiative the University of Waterloo has received $750,000 to partner with businesses on a total of 16 research projects. Duane Cronin of mechanical and mechatronics engineering spoke about his research at the event attended by government and university officials. Cronin is working with Polefab Inc. to make traffic and lighting poles safer and more stable in accidents. The other engineering researchers who have received funding include Amir Khajepour, H.J. Kwon, Steven Waslander, Beth Weckman, John Wen and Norman Zhou, all of mechanical and mechatronics engineering; Eihab Abdel-Rahman and John McPhee, both of systems design engineering; Frank Gu of chemical engineering; and Dayan Ban of electrical and computer engineering. [project news release

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