QUIP student Rylan Richter at Albert Street residence

QUIP internship on Queen’s campus provides student insight to large-scale university processes

Rylan Richter is a fourth-year Mechanical Engineering student who for the past 13 months worked at Graham Construction as a student project coordinator. The full-time job was a Queen’s University Internship Program experience.

Alexander Tait

A researcher of photonics, Alexander Tait found an environment of collaboration in Canada

Alexander Tait is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He researches cryogenic photonics, exploring what happens when photonic processors are cooled to temperatures near absolute zero.

Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering student reflects on first-year experience

Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering student reflects on first-year experience

Sophie Villemure is about to enter her second year in the Mechatronics & Robotics Engineering program. “We call ourselves the trons,” she says, with a smile. “One of our professors always called us the trons and it stuck.”

Victor Udo-Okoro

Victor Udo-Okoro wants to make the nuclear industry safer

"One of my research papers won the best PhD submission at the 2022 Canadian Nuclear Society conference. I am super grateful to my supervisor for the opportunity to present my work."

Ryan Grant

Ryan Grant explores and bolsters the speed of supercomputing

Ryan Grant’s work is focused on improving such supercomputers so that they can work faster and produce more accurate results.

MRE student Stuart Logan

Kingston native reflects on first-year Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering program

Stuart Logan was among the inaugural cohort of students enrolled in the Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering program last year. He looks back on his first year and offers advice to incoming students in the MRE program.

Campus News & Events

A researcher of photonics, Bhavin Shastri aims to redesign computing as we know it
September 29, 2022

Bhavin Shastri researches photonics, the study of light, photons and how photons interact with matter. Specifically, he is part of a worldwide network of researchers working to develop computing that is powered by photons, which in a way means they are entirely recreating computing as we understand it...

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2022
September 27, 2022

Queen's Engineering and Canada's National Day for Truth and Reconcilation, September 30, 2022...

Two engineering researchers among Queen’s contingent to receive $700k in research infrastructure funding
September 22, 2022

Kevin De France (Chemical Engineering) and Alexander Tait (Electrical and Computer Engineering) are among five Queen’s researchers to receive research infrastructure funding from the John R. Evans Leaders Fund...

Faculty champions student wellness with complementary access to science-based meditation and mindfulness app
September 16, 2022

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is providing each student with access to Headspace, a mindfulness app that aims to support mental health, reduce stress and anxiety, and encourage more restful sleep...

Harvard engineering dean to speak at Department of Chemical Engineering seminar series
September 14, 2022

Francis J. Doyle III, the dean at Harvard University’s faculty of engineering, will be on campus this Thursday, September 15 as a guest of the Department of Chemical Engineering for its David W. Bacon Distinguished Seminar Series...

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