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Exploring undergraduate research work
Exploring undergraduate research work
May 30, 2017

Jacob Carlos is among those graduating in the next few days. He'll be starting grad school in the fall. While he was an undergraduate here at Queen's he took advantage of a chance to do some research work. It's true, you can get a taste a research while you pursue your undergrad degree.

Opening doors to the future
Opening doors to the future
May 30, 2017

Madeline Howell is among those graduating in the next few days. She'll be off to begin graduate school at UC Berkley in the fall. While she was an undergraduate here at Queen's she took advantage of the chance to do some research work. It's true, you can get a taste a research while you pursue your undergrad degree.

VIDEO: Meet PhD Candidate Yousef Abolfazlzadeh
VIDEO: Meet PhD Candidate Yousef Abolfazlzadeh
May 29, 2017

Yousef is pursuing his PhD under the supervision of Queen's mining engineering professor, Stephen McKinnon. He is exploring new ways of assessing and predicting geo-mechanical stresses in rock masses in the mining industry. It's work that can help making mining safer and more cost-effective.

VIDEO: McLaughlin Hall Machine Shop in Action
VIDEO: McLaughlin Hall Machine Shop in Action
May 26, 2017

Students using the machine shop gain an excellent understanding of manufacturing and materials processing. This enables them to work on every aspect of a design project from conception to construction.

Kim earns FEAS Excellence in Research Award
Kim earns FEAS Excellence in Research Award
May 25, 2017

Il Yong Kim, an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, is this year’s recipient of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS) Excellence in Research Award.

VIDEO: Anne McIsaac: Master's candidate in civil engineering
VIDEO: Anne McIsaac: Master's candidate in civil engineering
May 19, 2017

In the latest in our profiles of graduate students in civil engineering we meet Anne McIsaac. Anne started out in grad school in pursuit of an MEng degree but moved into a Master's of Applied Science degree early on. She's researching fibre-reinforced polymers and plans to build a career rehabilitating existing structures.

VIDEO: Bahman Gharesifard earns First-Year Instructor Teaching Award
VIDEO: Bahman Gharesifard earns First-Year Instructor Teaching Award
May 17, 2017

Queen's Math and Engineering professor, Bahman Gharesifard, has earned the First-Year Instructor Teaching Award from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science for his work with APSC 174: Linear Algebra. Students voted for the recipients of this one.

Meet new civil engineering professor Katerina Genikomsou
Meet new civil engineering professor Katerina Genikomsou
May 17, 2017

New Queen’s civil engineering professor Katerina Genikomsou is an expert in the design and analysis of reinforced concrete structures. She’s working on building a team for research that could make concrete structures lighter, stronger, and more durable.

VIDEO: Dustin Brennan: Master's Candidate in Civil Engineering
VIDEO: Dustin Brennan: Master's Candidate in Civil Engineering
May 16, 2017

Dustin Brennan is a Master's candidate in the Department of Civil Engineering at Queen's. He's working on the installation of the new moving load simulator in Ellis Hall. Maybe his story about his chosen academic and career path will help you to navigate your own.

VIDEO: Advanced wheelchair pommel design
VIDEO: Advanced wheelchair pommel design
May 15, 2017

Fourth-year mechanical engineering students Curtis Lindsey and Heather Joannou designed and prototyped a device that makes wheelchairs more comfortable, versatile and durable for those who use them. They worked with industry partner, Kingston-based Advanced Mobility Systems, on an improved iteration of a wheelchair pommel. 

VIDEO: Meet mining engineering grad student Fazl Jahromi
VIDEO: Meet mining engineering grad student Fazl Jahromi
May 10, 2017

Queen's mining engineering graduate student Fazl Jahromi is exploring ways to make mine waste safer, less damaging to the environment, and less expensive to manage. It's all about arsenic immobilization and it's work that could one day save governments and companies billions.

VIDEO: Sensor-based system for tracking animal movements
VIDEO: Sensor-based system for tracking animal movements
May 10, 2017

Annie Hollis, Katie Fisher, Emily Santilli, and Athena Fung built a prototype sensor-based system for tracking animal movements for their capstone design project.

APSC100 team wins Mason Cup for auto sieve shaker design
APSC100 team wins Mason Cup for auto sieve shaker design
May 9, 2017

This is team 539C in APSC100: Ezequiel Angius, Omar Lozano, Michael Montagnese, Spencer Kelly, and Thomas Downs. They are winners of this year’s Mason Cup for their project, an automated sieve shaker for the Queen’s Space Engineering Team’s mars rover. It’s a device designed to separate Martian soil samples for analysis.Congratulations guys! Very nice work indeed.

VIDEO: A peek inside the McLaughlin Hall Machine Shop
VIDEO: A peek inside the McLaughlin Hall Machine Shop
May 8, 2017

Queen's mechanical engineering students Nick Cottee and Ian Donaldson provide a guided tour of some of the tools and facilities inside the McLaughlin Hall machine shop.

 

A step toward a permanent solution to the arsenic remediation puzzle
A step toward a permanent solution to the arsenic remediation puzzle
May 5, 2017

Queen's mining engineering professor Ahmad Ghahreman and his team of researchers are working on a system that could halve the cost of immobilizing arsenic in mine waste. It could save mine operators untold millions and fraction the costs to governments of contaminated site remediation.

McAuley earns Fisher Award
McAuley earns Fisher Award
May 5, 2017

Kim McAuley, professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies here at Queen’s, has earned the prestigious 2017 D.G. Fisher Award from the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering.

Queen's grad student honoured for best paper
Queen's grad student honoured for best paper
May 3, 2017

Chaimongkol Saengow, a post-doctoral researcher in The Department of Chemical Engineering, has earned the 2017 Award for Best Graduate Student Paper Published in The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering.

VIDEO: Liam Steers: Master's Candidate in Civil Engineering
VIDEO: Liam Steers: Master's Candidate in Civil Engineering
May 2, 2017

Liam Steers took a couple of years to work before returning to pursue an advanced degree. The work experience proved valuable and now his research into landslides - the static liquefaction of granular slopes - will, among other things, help engineers and planners decide where and how to build areas where landslide risk is high. Perhaps his story can help you navigate your choices about graduate school.

MSL researchers refine autonomous mine equipment in Sweden
MSL researchers refine autonomous mine equipment in Sweden
May 2, 2017

Queen's engineering professor and Mining Systems Laboratory director Josh Marshall has spent most of the last year leading a team of Queen’s graduate students on a series of research and development projects in Örebro, Sweden. It's interesting work on the frontier of autonomous mining.

New dean of Engineering and Applied Science announced
New dean of Engineering and Applied Science announced
May 1, 2017

Queen’s University announced today the appointment of Kevin Deluzio as dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science for a five-year term effective July 1, 2017.