Engineering for Everyone

Engineering for Everyone

Learn how Queen’s Engineering is framing its EDI challenges and ensuring engineering is for everyone by improving the academic pathways to an engineering education.

Inaugural IBET Fellowship recipient Chris Williams

Inaugural IBET Momentum Fellowship recipient to study wearable tech that monitors health

Chris Williams is Queen’s recipient of the Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology Momentum Fellowship, an award developed in collaboration with six faculties of engineering in Canada. He will study in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Mining researcher Abbas Taheri is on a cross-disciplinary quest to help the planet

Mining researcher Abbas Taheri is on a cross-disciplinary quest to help the planet

New Faculty: Abbas Taheri, an expert in geomechanics, has spent over 20 years improving deep mining to make it cheaper, safer, and more environmentally friendly.

Claire Davies, Queen's Engineering Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Improving accessible communication technologies

Mechanical and Materials Engineering professor Claire Davies is working with Beata Batorowicz of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to create guidelines for the development of augmentative and alternative communication technologies.

From theme parks to healthcare, Matthew Pan is building robots that will interact with humans

From theme parks to healthcare, Matthew Pan is building robots that will interact with humans

Matthew Pan designed animatronics for guest-facing interactive experiences at Disney Parks and Resorts prior to joining the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering this term where he is at work developing “cobots” — collaborative robots.

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