Queen's engineering resarch facilities help bring Ontario energy plan to fruition
Posted on Apr 25, 2016
Representatives from Ontario Power Generation, industry professionals and engineering researchers gathered at Queen's on April 20 to test proposed improvements to the Ranney Falls Generation Station at Campbellford, Ontario.
Queen’s engineering professor Michael Rainbow aims for best results for students
Posted on Apr 21, 2016
Education researchers say the success numbers for the flipped classroom approach to teaching are astounding. Now Queen’s engineering professor Michael Rainbow has adapted it to the delivery of his undergraduate kinematics course. It’s a great example of Queen’s instructors working on the leading edge of the science and art of teaching.
Digging deeper into the MINE471 capstone project
Posted on Apr 15, 2016
MINE471 students spent part of the winter designing and building a proof-of-concept mining excavator aimed at improving safety, efficiency and reliability.
How one Queen’s student chose a path to grad school
Posted on Apr 08, 2016
When Apple Math student Siobhan Powell arrived at Queen’s she hoped to head directly into industry after graduation. She tested a few different paths before concluding that graduate studies with an emphasis on renewable energy was the right course for her.
ECE professor organizes celebrations of Iranian culture
Posted on Mar 31, 2016
Queen’s ECE professor Alireza Bakhshai immigrated from Iran in 2004. He has since worked hard to bring Iranian expatriates and their friends together in the Queen’s community for the celebration of Persian culture. You can taste the flavours at the upcoming potluck celebration of Iranian New Year, April 4.
Tearoom co-founder and Queen's Engineer to give Saturday talk
Posted on Mar 30, 2016
Learn from a Dragon! Michele Romanow, Sc’07, MBA’08, is receiving the One-To-Watch Award on April 2nd and she will be offering an exclusive lecture to the Queen’s and Kingston community.Find out how you can attend.
Imagine driving a vehicle that can see and skip over oncoming obstacles
Posted on Mar 18, 2016
A group of fourth-year Queen's engineering students have developed a proof-of-concept prototype for a car that can see and skip over bumps in the roadway ahead.
Developing insect protein into a viable food source
Posted on Mar 16, 2016
A group of Queen's engineers is about to launch and new product that revolutionize the way we eat meat.
Resources to support research into new diagnostic and clinical tools
Posted on Mar 15, 2016
Queen’s engineering professors Laura Wells and Michael Rainbow are among six Queen’s researchers awarded substantial funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation Fund.
Among winners of ECE Capstone Design Competition
Posted on Feb 29, 2016
Queen's ECE students Mackenzie Wooten, Ben Lande and Jake McEwan built a Li-Ion battery-pack management system for their Capstone design project and installed it on the Queen’s Fuel Cell Team golf cart. ELEC 390 students voted it best project in the ELEC 490 design competition. Congrats guys! Nice work!
ECE ELEC 490 team develops system to quickly match patients with doctors
Posted on Feb 26, 2016
A group of fourth-year Queen’s engineering students has developed a software and hardware suite that could help hospital emergency departments more quickly and efficiently match patients to doctors. It’s an idea that could reduce and gather data on wait times for treatment.
Cash prizes and prestigious awards up for grabs
Posted on Feb 23, 2016
Cash prizes and inestimable prestige are up for grabs in this year's student paper competition. Entry deadline is March 15 and finalist presentations and awards are March 22.
How Queen’s engineering students train to solve technology’s toughest problems
Posted on Feb 22, 2016
Researchers say some 60 percent of the human brain is involved with sight. It’s no surprise then that machine vision proves one of the most difficult challenges for roboticists. How do you enable a machine to see, understand and make decisions about its environment? Here’s how Queen’s engineering students are preparing to tackle that problem.
How students learn to market themselves and their skills
Posted on Feb 18, 2016
First-year studies will soon be drawing to a close for the inaugural cohort of ECEi students. The program is designed to infuse engineering skills with foundational concepts in entrepreneurship and innovation. We checked in with students and instructors during the ECEi Discipline Night, Feb 1.
A competition for new artwork for the foyer of BMH
Posted on Jan 29, 2016
FEAS students can win $500 and the chance to collaborate with a professional artist on a new piece for the foyer of Beamish-Munro Hall. Find out how....
BASICS, new web app helps instructors focus on learning outcomes
Posted on Jan 22, 2016
FEAS staffer Jake Kaupp and colleague Natalie Simper are honoured this week by Queen’s for their work on BASICS, a web application to help instructors become even better teachers.
A world-class program on the cutting edge
Posted on Jan 22, 2016
Are you considering chemical engineering at Queen's? Watch and listen as students and faculty describe the program.
New test equipment in the Coastal Lab to help understand biofilm in pipe systems
Posted on Jan 20, 2016
A new test facility at the Coastal Engineering Laboratory at Queen's will help researchers understand more about how biofilm forms on the walls of water distribution pipes. It's work that may save municipalities millions in maintenance costs.
Learning the safe and effective use of explosives for mining
Posted on Dec 10, 2015
The Complete Engineer explores Alan Bauer Explosives Laboratory, part of the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining at Queen’s University. It’s a world class facility north of campus where mining engineering students learn to measure and control blasting.