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At Queen’s University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, we blend curiosity with a cross-disciplinary approach to ask, “what if?”, forging ahead to find solutions for the 21st Century and beyond.

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Finding alternatives to gentian violet

Health Canada issued a warning in June calling for Canadians to avoid human exposure to the dye and medical antiseptic, gentian violet, because studies showed it increased cancer risk among laboratory animals. Gentian had a key role in engineering orientation at Queen’s, so the announcement left orientation week organizers scrambling to find a viable alternative.

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Dr. Jenny Zou is working to fix your web browser and personalize your online experience

Dr. Ying (Jenny) Zou, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen's, is working on new ways to personalize your online experiences.

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3D Markerless Testing at the Human Mobility Research Lab

Gerda, Sean, and Rob worked under the supervision of Queen's engineering Professor and Dean, Kevin Deluzio, this past summer to test the accuracy of some new 3D markerless motion capture technology. It's work that could help medical clinicians to more easily measure and understand how human bodies move.

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Queen’s civil engineers explore how to better detect methane contamination from natural gas extraction

Ph.D. candidate Cole Van De Ven and Associate Professor Dr. Kevin Mumford are investigating the governing process and potential effects of stray gas migration: natural gas that leaks into groundwater following oil and gas development. They are modelling the movement of methane and its dissolution in groundwater using a flow cell to better visualize the phenomena.

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125th Anniversary Queen's Engineering Faculty Awards

The 125th Anniversary Queen's Engineering Faculty Awards was held earlier this afternoon in Mitchell Hall. It was an intimate event, a really nice time to connect and reconnect with friends and colleagues, not to mention a great way to honour the contributions of the some of our outstanding faculty members, past and present.

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The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is committed to building an inclusive campus community with accessible services that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities.

Academic information on program requirements, course selection, regulations and registration is available in an accessible format on request.

Email: engineering.reception@queensu.ca
Phone: 613-533-2055
In person: Room 300, Beamish-Munro Hall