Saturday, October 23, 2021
Impressive problem-solving skills Khaled Younes honed as an engineering student contributed to his exceptional showing in the classroom and research breakthroughs.
Officially graduating with a master’s in mechanical and mechatronics engineering on October 25, Younes is passionate about tackling and finding answers to difficult challenges in fluid mechanics.
Younes’s interest in his field of study was piqued as a Waterloo Engineering undergraduate student when he learned about turbulence in a 3B fluid mechanics course, the basis of which has helped him produce models that can predict real-life scenarios.
See Driven to tackling difficult problems for full story.