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. Jan. 16, 2019First-year SolidWorks training inspires competition

    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.

  2. Dec. 22, 2018NE grad’s Membio wins $25k at Velocity Fund Finals

    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.

  3. Dec. 21, 2018NE alumna becomes assistant professor at MIT

    Farnaz Niroui, (NE Class of 2010) has accepted a position as assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Working from her office in the new MIT.nano facilities, she will focus part of her research on developing new nanotechnology-related tools and techniques. Farnaz begins her new job in January 2019.

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  1. Jan. 21, 2019Chemistry Seminar Series: Giovanni Fanchini

    Nanostructured flash memory devices based on radical polymers and carbon-based nanomaterials

    Giovanni Fanchini
    Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy and Department of Chemistry
    Western University, London, Ontario

    Monday,  January 21, 2019
    2:30 p.m.
    C2-361 (Reading Room)

  2. Feb. 5, 2019Institute for Polymer Research Distinguished Lecturer: Mitchell WinnikClose up of polymer structure.

    Biomedical Applications of Metal-chelating Polymers and Lanthanide Nanoparticles

    Mitchell A. Winnik
    University Professor
    Department of Chemistry
    University of Toronto

  3. Feb. 18, 2019Family Day 2019

    Family Day is Monday, February 18, 2019. All classes are cancelled and university offices closed.

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