Barbara Liskov and Shafi Goldwasser (pictured above) are two of only three women to have won the prestigious Turing Award
Waterloo researchers develop a 3D-printed device to give Team Canada players better shot control.
Leaders tell Waterloo Innovation Summit to fund basic research to commercialize unexpected outcomes
Computer science student Amir-Hossein Karimi and physics student Robie Hennigar are honoured at convocation ceremonies
Waterloo faculty and alumni featured at Canada's largest technology festival.
Schulich Leaders are excited to grow their entrepreneurial skills at Canada’s most innovative university
Cheriton School of Computer Science Professor Christopher Batty has developed a way to animate the behaviour of viscous liquids with accuracy that has eluded computer-animation researchers.
From plywood sitars to electronic tap-shoes, reimagined instruments draw from students’ own cultures
120 guests attended the Beyond Impact: TrueNorth@UWaterloo event on campus to hear about everything from experiential education to entrepreneurship
Competition uses real-world data and allows students to showcase their skills.