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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Lab will help shape the future of industrial 3D printing

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The University of Waterloo is building one of the largest university-based facilities in the world to advance additive manufacturing (AM) and help companies adopt AM processes for innovative and customized products.

Backed by nearly $27 million in cash and in-kind support, the lab will enable Canadian companies to tap the enormous potential of AM, commonly known as industrial 3D printing, while also further developing the technology through research.

Friday, August 5, 2016

Rio Olympics 2016: Engineering speed for the Canadian track cycling team

Carin Yeghiazarian holding aluminum handlebar connector

A tight timeline was only fitting when engineers at the University of Waterloo took on a special project for the Canadian track cycling team headed to the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Lending their expertise in a world where winners and losers are typically decided by tiny fractions of a second, Professor John McPhee and research engineer Carin Yeghiazarian had just one week in June to produce a small but technically complex piece of hardware.

Monday, June 6, 2016

Undergrad's optical systems research published in Science

Nanotechnology engineering student Jaewon Oh was part of breakthrough research that could lead to advances in miniaturized optical systems.

During an eight-month co-op position with the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the third-year Waterloo Engineering student worked as part of the team that created the first high-end optical lens on the nanoscale level that has widespread applications in laser-based microscopy, imaging, and spectroscopy.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Next stage of Ka-Band phased array technology

A research partnership between C-COM Satellite Systems Inc., and the Centre for Intelligent Antenna and Radio Systems (CIARS) in 4×4 sub-array antenna module technology should have a significant impact on the global satellite antenna business. This transformative concept will significantly reduce the cost and complexity of phased array systems and expand the phased array market for flat panel mobile antennas.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Researchers honoured for advances in identifying cancer through imaging

Alexander Wong, systems design engineering professor

A systems design engineering professor and team of graduate students are the recipients of two Magna Cum Laude awards presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Imaging Network of Ontario held in Toronto at the end of March.

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