Nanotechnology Engineering at the University of Waterloo
Nanotechnology Engineering is a multi-disciplinary engineering field, which draws from and benefits areas such as materials science and engineering, chemistry, physics, biology, and medicine.
Waterloo's Nanotechnology Engineering programs are offered collaboratively through the Department of Chemical Engineering and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering, and the Chemistry Department in the Faculty of Science.
- Apr. 8, 2019
Nanotechnology innovation on display at Capstone Design Symposium
Engineering 7’s dynamic new meeting space provided the perfect setting for the Nanotechnology Engineering Capstone Design Symposium. The event, held on March 22, gave twenty-two teams of fourth-year nanotechnology engineering students the opportunity to present their Capstone Design projects to potential employers, industry representatives, faculty, family and friends.
- Jan. 16, 2019
A team of keen NE 100 students took advantage of some new course material and used their Computer-Aided Design (CAD) modelling skills to compete in a NASA-sponsored design competition.
- Dec. 22, 2018
Congratulations to NE alumnus Moin Ahmed (NE Class of ’16) whose team, Membio, won $25,000 in equity-free financing at the Velocity Fund Finals in November. Moin Ahmed, who went on to earn his Master’s of Chemical Engineering at UWaterloo, and Shane Kilpatrick, who recently earned his Master’s of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology at UWaterloo, formed Membio to develop their scalable biological manufacturing platform.
- Apr. 10 to 27, 2019
The final exam period for the Winter 2019 term is Wednesday, April 10 to Saturday, April 27, 2019.
- Apr. 30, 2019
Precise Chemical, Physical, and Electronic Nanoscale Contacts
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN), Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Systems Design Engineering present a Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Paul Weiss, UC Presidential Chair and a distinguished professor of chemistry & biochemistry, bioengineering, and materials science & engineering at UCLA.
Reception to follow.