News and Events

Queen's Undergraduate Internship Program information events upcoming

Posted on Sep 12, 2019

There is a series of QUIP information booth sessions coming up in the ILC atrium Sep 12, 16, and 18. An engineering internship is a great way to find your passion and to fortify your career.

VIDEO: Grad Studies with Neil Trivers, Structural and Multidisciplinary Systems Design Lab (SMSD)

Posted on Sep 11, 2019

Choosing graduate studies in engineering is a valuable journey. This is just one story.

We have a year, 2023!

Posted on Sep 07, 2019

A few photos from the Grease Pole earlier today.

Upcoming Website Changes

Posted on Aug 26, 2019

Changes are coming to the FEAS website! On Wednesday, August 28, we will be launching a newly unified web presence.

VIDEO: Welcome! International Student Guide to Orientation

Posted on Aug 24, 2019

There are all kinds of great orientation week activities happening this week and next. This is a quick guide and invitation especially for international students.

VIDEO: EngSoc Summer Series Part Three: Getting Involved

Posted on Aug 23, 2019

Here's part three of the EngSoc Summer Series. Delaney and Zaid, your EngSoc executive, introduce you to just a few of your options for getting involved.

VIDEO: Lifted, Queen’s Innovation Centre Summer Initiative 2019

Posted on Aug 22, 2019

Today is the big day! The Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre Summer Initiative Pitch Competition is underway until late this evening in Mitchell Hall. Many teams are competing, Lifted is just one. They have a great idea for a bra that's easy to use, comfortable to wear, and attractive. They're scheduled to present today at pm. Stop by and show your support.

VIDEO: Cromble, Queen’s Innovation Centre Summer Initiative 2019

Posted on Aug 22, 2019

Today is the big day! Doors open at Mitchell Hall at 2pm for the Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre Summer Initiative Pitch Competition. Many teams are competing, Cromble is just one. They have a great idea for a delicious snack made from the spent grain from beer making called BrewBites. They're scheduled to present today at 4pm. Stop by and show your support.

Input sought for permanent December 6 memorial in the ILC

Posted on Aug 19, 2019

The December 6th Memorial Service recognizes those lost during the École Polytechnique Massacre that occurred on December 6th, 1989 in Montreal. Dean Deluzio and the Engineering Society’s Memorial Design Committee is sending out the call for designs for a permanent design piece to be displayed in Beamish Munro Hall. Submissions due September 8.

A Tribute to Dr. Steven Keating (ArtSci ’10, BSc ’10)

Posted on Aug 16, 2019

Steven Keating was a Design Engineer at Apple who graduated from Queen’s in 2010 with dual degrees in Mechanical and Materials Engineering and Film and Media. He went on to earn his Master’s and PhD degrees at MIT where he was a member of the MIT Media Lab’s Mediated Matter team. He died from brain cancer on July 19 at the age of 31.

PHOTOS: MTO officials tour first research project on ROLLS

Posted on May 27, 2019

Civil Engineering Professor, Dr. Amir Fam, hosted a delegation from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) for a tour of the Rolling Load Simulator (ROLLS) facility and the first MTO-funded research project in the new facility on Friday.

PHOTOS: Magic Lantern projection slides

Posted on Mar 20, 2019

As early as the 1850s, the high-tech teaching aid for lecturers was a photo-projection standard called Magic Lantern. Developed when photography was still new technology, it used a concave mirror and a simple lens to project light (from candles in the beginning) through fragile, one-of-a-kind, 3½- by 4-inch glass slides.

CMC Microsystems: Thirty years of micro-nano innovation

Posted on Mar 11, 2019

Queen's was one of the first Canadian universities actively doing research and training students in integrated circuit design way back in the 1980s. Early potential was hobbled by the lack of facilities for making microchips. This is the story of how Queen's engineering professors collaborated with industry and faculty at other universities to solve that problem and to build CMC Microsystems. It was foundational work leading to the ongoing leadership role of Canadian research and industry in integrated circuit design and manufacture.

Ferrovial Agroman Assists Queen's Bridge Design

Posted on Feb 22, 2019

The Queen's Bridge Building Team thanks sponsor and industry partner, Ferrovial Agroman Canada.

Celebrating the life of Dr. Alfred Bader

Posted on Jan 08, 2019

Queen’s remembers Dr. Alfred Bader, an accomplished student, dedicated alumnus, and one of the university’s most generous benefactors.

VIDEO: Tour the high speed skeletal imaging lab

Posted on Oct 18, 2017

Queen's engineering professor Michael Rainbow and his lab group have been busy during the last year assembling the new High-Speed Skeletal Imaging Laboratory at Hotel Dieu Hospital in Kingston. Research carried out in there will allow engineers and medical professionals to move beyond static images of skeletal structures and peer into living bodies while they're in motion.

Queens grad student honoured for best paper

Posted on May 03, 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: Emmanuel Ogbe PhD candidate in Chemical Engineering

Posted on Feb 01, 2017

The stories of those who earn advanced degrees are many and varied. Here's just one: Emmanuel Ogbe is a PhD candidate in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Queen's. He specializes in design analysis of process systems with a background in petroleum.