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April 2013

MIE Alumni + Industry Dinner

April 12, 2013

Invited industry members will join the 5th annual MIE alumni dinner. All MIE alumni are invited to come and learn more about the teaching and innovation taking place in MIE.

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13th Annual Engineering Science Alumni Dinner

April 15, 2013

Join your Eng Sci Skulemates and our gifted 1T3 students, featuring keynote speaker George Babu, Eng Sci 0T0.

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September 2018

Return & Learn: Alumni Machine Intelligence Bootcamp presented by the Division of Engineering Science @ Myhal Centre

September 22, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Society produces billions of gigabytes of data a day, from retail product barcodes to social media posts and data from GPS devices. Machine Intelligence is rapidly changing the way we do business and conduct our lives. To celebrate the launch of its new major in Machine Intelligence, the Division of Engineering Science invites alumni and friends back to campus for a one-day bootcamp. Come learn about how this new technology is advancing engineering and society, and opportunities to propel you or…

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October 2018

The Truth About Blockchain: Identity, Record Keeping, Smart Contracts & More Featuring Mehran Hydary

October 10, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St
Toronto, M5S 3G3
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$25

Join us this month as Mehran Hydary (ElecE 1T4+PEY) discusses popular use cases that Deloitte is working on with blockchain. Presenting an intuitive primer on what blockchain is, Mehran will share how Deloitte is currently implementing it in Canada and across the world. Examples include streamlining the trade finance process, and digitizing health records. Mehran Hydary is an Electrical Engineering graduate from the University of Toronto. He is currently the Blockchain Consulting Lead at Deloitte. Mehran has also worked at…

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BizSkule Career Series: Forging a New Path: Making Your Degree Work for You

October 23, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship, 55 St. George Street
Toronto, Canada
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Free

Discover how your U of T education can take you in directions you never expected. BizSkule and You’re Next Career Network are proud to present “Forge a New Path,” featuring an expert panel of Engineering alumni whose degrees opened the door to careers considered unconventional for an engineer. Learn from alumni who have found success in consulting, entrepreneurship, finance, law and medicine. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to make important connections, network with fellow U of T alumni, and to…

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November 2018

Computer Simulations: From Designing Integrated Circuits to Understanding the Human Heart

November 14, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St
Toronto, M5S 3G3
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$25

                    Join us this month as Prof. Piero Triverio discusses about his mathematical models to understand and design complex electrical systems. The methods developed by his group have been applied to integrated circuits, meta surface antennas and power cables. In the final part of the talk, Prof. Triverio and his collaborator, Dr. Laura Jimenez Juan, will speak about their joint effort to develop mathematical models for blood flow in the human…

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BizSkule presents: The Grass is Greener – Profiling the Canadian Cannabis Industry

November 21, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Bennett Jones, 3400 One First Canadian Place
Toronto, Ontario M5X 1A4 Canada
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$15 – $25

Canada has recently joined a select number of countries in legalizing cannabis, a product which has inspired debate, and a new market full of potential. The impact of this potential has far reaching implications for the future of Canadian society. What will legal cannabis mean for you, and how can it impact your life? This discussion will expand to showcase the role of cannabis in the future of science and medicine, recreation, the economy, and the new legal frontier Canada…

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December 2018

Why We Should Be Building More Resilient Infrastructure and How To Do It

December 5, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
5th Floor Atrium, Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneuship, 55 St. George Street
Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 Canada
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$25

Join us this month as Prof. Constantin Christopoulos presents an overview of the large-scale experimental and numerical research that has taken place over the past two decades at the University of Toronto to develop this new generation of resilient structural systems. We invite all alumni and guests to join us for this engaging presentation located in the new Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship.   Constantin Christopoulos is a Professor and Canada Research Chair in Seismic Resilience of Infrastructure…

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January 2019

What To Do With CO2? From Carbon Utilization to Conversion

January 9 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St
Toronto, M5S 3G3
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$25.00

***This event is now sold-out*** To be added to the waiting list for this event, please contact the alumni office at engineering.advancement@ecf.utoronto.ca Join us this month as Professor David Sinton (MechE 9T8, MechE PhD 0T3) discusses revolutionary methods in carbon management. With global CO2 emissions over 30 billion tons per year, managing carbon is a defining challenge of our time. Professor Sinton outlines the scale of the challenge and solutions under development at U of T. Canada is already a leader in the utilization…

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February 2019

The Robotics Revolution: Hype or Hope?

February 13 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St
Toronto, M5S 3G3
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$25.00

***This event is now sold-out*** To be added to the waiting list for this event, please contact the alumni office at steve.radbourn@utoronto.ca Join us this month as Professor Jonathan Kelly discusses the robotics revolution. The oft-heard expression "the robots are coming" is certainly true. But when? Is the recent media frenzy over drones and self-driving cars just hype? Or is there hope that robots will have meaningful impact in the near term? The overarching goal of my research is to deliver on the promise…

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