Ford Motor Company’s chief program engineer, Gil Portalatin, says the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Engineering is heading in the right direction by teaching students the importance of sustainability. Portalatin visits the campus today to give students, faculty and industry some insight into the company’s focus on fuel efficient vehicles including its industry-leading work on […]
October 2nd, 2013 · No Comments · Engineering, News Release, Research, Students
October 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Advisory, Alumni, Computing, Engineering, News Release, Research, infrastructure
The Faculty of Engineering is pleased to announce the official opening of the Stanley Pauley Centre which houses three major laboratories: the Intelligent Power Grid Laboratory, the Electric Vehicles Laboratory and the McMath High Voltage Laboratory.
Thanks to Mr. Stanley Pauley, who, through The Pauley Family Foundation, made a $4-million donation to the Faculty of Engineering […]
September 26th, 2013 · No Comments · Alumni, Engineering, News Release, Outreach, Peers, Staff, Students, homecoming
The theme of the Faculty of Engineering Homecoming Event on September 27, 2013, is “Celebrating the Women of Engineering.” As part of this event a prominent and permanent feature wall highlighting the accomplishments of women in engineering will be unveiled in the Atrium of the Engineering and Information Technology Complex at the Fort Garry campus.
August 30th, 2013 · No Comments · Computing, Engineering, Images, Media, News Release, Research, Science, Students, Video, computer science
They’re small in stature, but big on talent. Developed at the University of Manitoba, the Autonomous Agents Laboratory’s robotics competition team-the SnoBots-has won the kid-size division of the 2013 FIRA HuroCup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
FIRA is the oldest robotics competition in the world, and the HuroCup is one of the most challenging competitions in existence: […]
August 19th, 2013 · No Comments · Advisory, Astronomy, Education, Engineering, News Release, Outreach, Science, Students, physics
As commercial space travel inches closer to reality, Manitoba primary and high school students are learning and training for the next phase of space exploration. At the University of Manitoba, the Manitoba Space Camp 2013 is designed to bring space travel and space exploration “down to Earth.”
“During the next decade, space exploration will grow in […]
June 27th, 2013 · No Comments · Biology, Computing, Engineering, Environment and Geography, Health, Mobile, News Release, Outreach, Research, Students, computer science, environment
A team of engineers and students from the University of Manitoba are doing their part to help fight the onslaught of mosquitoes in Winnipeg. And you can help, too.
Bob McLeod, who teaches computer system modeling in the Faculty of Engineering, says a new app created for iPhone and Android can monitor the numbers of mosquitoes […]
June 17th, 2013 · No Comments · News Release, Students
For the second year in a row, two upcoming University of Manitoba first-year students have each been awarded Schulich Leader Scholarships, a four-year award totaling $60,000.
Jayden McKoy, who recently graduated from Miles Macdonell Collegiate, and Ella Thomson, a new graduate of Balmoral Hall School, are the lucky ones.
Every Canadian high school, secondary school and CEGEP […]