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Phone: 519-888-4567 ext.32600
Microbial Solutions for Single Use Plastic
Join us for a science focused panel discussion on the topic of microbes and plastics featuring researchers and industry guests on November 25 at 3pm in DC 1302. Hear our exciting panel (David Levin, Hyung-Sool Lee, Komal Habib and Tej Gidda) give a brief (5-8min) outline of their work as related to the topic, followed by a moderator led discussion for the rest of the hour.
**This event is SOLD OUT! Thank you for your interest, registration is now closed.**
On November 23 and 24, 2019, the Waterloo Nanotechnology Conference will celebrate its 5th anniversary bringing together students, employers, researchers, and entrepreneurs around a common interest in nanotechnology. Join us, as we expand into a two-day conference to explore how nanotechnology is used in industry, its advances in innovative research, and its use to power new ventures.
ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL FAIR - NOVEMBER 19-21, 2019
To celebrate International Education Week, the Faculty of Engineering is hosting a series of events open to all faculty, staff and students. You are welcome to sign up for one or all events that appeal to you. The goal of this fair is to celebrate the diverse cultures, ethnicities and backgrounds that exist within the Faculty.
Candidate: Jason Deglint
Thesis Title: Automatic Classification of Algae using Multispectral Fluorescence Microscopy & Hierarchical Deep Learning
Supervisor(s): Alexander Wong
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) Speakers Series hosted by the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business.
The Conrad School is hosting a lunch hour Speakers' Series as part of the annual Global Entrepreneurship Week 2019 global awareness and celebration. Please join us to network and hear 20-minute presentations covering entrepreneurship topics. Lunch will be provided.
Teams have each chosen an important industry problem, and will now pitch their research to a panel of judges for a chance to win up to $30k in grant funding. The 5-minute pitches will demonstrate each competitor’s knowledge of their problem’s history, scope, and impact.
This full day conference for first and upper year engineer students will showcase a variety of guest speakers and workshops focused on helping participants navigate through both student life and career preparation. From planning out your next four years in undergrad to learning what to expect when you enter the workforce, this conference will help you gain the skills and knowledge needed to achieve your goals with confidence.
This event is 19+.