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.

  1. June 8, 2017NE teams impress at the annual Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Awards for Capstone DesignVivaspire team with a cheque

    Nanotechnology Engineering’s Capstone Design teams demonstrated strong research, business and persuasive skills at this year’s Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Awards for Capstone Design. From among 44 entries, 4 NE teams made the list of 15 finalists for the pitch competition and 2 of them won $10,000 prizes for their projects.

  2. June 8, 2017NE student Jatin Patil takes full advantage of co-op opportunities

    Jatin Patil, a third-year University of Waterloo Nanotechnology Engineering student, has enjoyed some exciting co-op positions in research laboratories of prestigious schools.

    In a story published by University of Waterloo’s Co-operative Education & Career Action team, Jatin describes how he prepared for the challenges of his co-op postings and the rewards he has experienced as a result.

    Check it out and learn how co-op can enhance your studies, and vice versa.

  3. June 8, 2017NE startup Vivaspire wins $50,000 Venture Creation Fund prizeJohn Grousopoulos, Mostafa Saquib, and Chris Hajduk

    Congratulations to Vivaspire founders John Grousopoulos, Mostafa Saquib and Chris Hajduk, as well as their fellow NE Capstone Design project team member Pablo Enrique, for their award-winning concept: a lightweight oxygen therapy delivery device that uses nanotechnology to capture, store and deliver oxygen.

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  1. June 28, 2017WISE Public Lecture - Hélène Debéda

    Printed MEMS: sensors, actuators or energy harvesters processing with standard or modified screen-printing 

    Hélène Debéda

    Location: DC 1302

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