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Graduate student Edem Dovlo (MIE PhD 1T7) Grads to Watch: Meet 14 global engineering leaders - This year’s 14 “Grads to Watch” embody the spirit of U of T Engineering. Selected by their home departments and institutes, they demonstrate the engineering values of creativity, innovation and global impact. Watch their next steps as alumni!
Claire Kennedy in the Bennett Jones office U of T Engineering’s Claire Kennedy elected chair of Governing Council - Alumna Claire Kennedy (ChemE 8T9) served for five years as a Lieutenant-Governor-in-Council appointed member of U of T’s Governing Council. She begins her term as chair in July 2017.
BizSkule panel at Spring 2017 BizSkule event in Toronto On the ice with artificial intelligence - Alumna Claire Kennedy (ChemE 8T9), founder of BizSkule, recaps the series' latest event on the future of artificial intelligence and business.
Professors Angela Schoellig and Tim Barfoot with a drone U of T Engineering collaborates with industry and government on visual navigation for drones - Professors Angela Schoellig and Tim Barfoot (both UTIAS) are part of a new collaboration with Drone Delivery Canada and Defence Research and Development Canada that will enable drones to navigate using digital cameras, as opposed to manual or GPS-based navigation.
Professor Amy Bilton in a lab with a grad student Three U of T engineers honoured by Engineers Canada - Professor Amy Bilton (MIE), alumnus Ted Maulucci (MechE 8T9) and alumnus Larry Seeley (ChemE 6T6, MASc 6T8, PhD 7T2) received awards that recognized their distinguished contributions to Canada.

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