Come and view design projects developed by current undergraduate students at the Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department's fourth-year Design Exhibition on Wednesday, November 30 at 4pm. The exhibition gives students an opportunity to present their design work, as well as to answer questions about their fourth-year Capstone Design Project, a major component of the engineering curriculum. The event has evolved into a high point of the term’s activities and is an excellent opportunity for members of the community to view students’ work. The Design Exhibition will take place on the third floor of McLaughlin Hall (both classrooms and hallways) at Queen’s University. About 30 teams will participate in the exbibition.
Congratulations to our newest alumni who took part in the Fall, 2016 Convocation Ceremony on November 15. The ceremony took place in Grant Hall, with 38 students in total receiving degrees in Mechanical and Materials Engineering (six undergraduate students, 14 MEng, 14 MASc and four PhD students). The Principal and Vice-Chancellor Daniel Woolf invited Queen's faculty, staff, family and friends to honour the graduating class at the Fall, 2016 ceremony.
Pictured in the above right photo is Dr. Elizabeth Hassan (left), who received her PhD degree and was hooded by MME Department Head Dr. Kevin Deluzio. (Photo: Matt Mills).
PhD Candidate Tara Diesbourg with Dr. Dumas is currently studying how aging affects the spine and surrounding tissues.
Now Accepting TA applications for the Winter Term
On Tuesday, November 15th, Dr. Ugo Piomelli speaks on Big Data in Turbulence: Unravelling Disorder, One Vortex at a Time.
Don't miss the FEAS Visiting Distinguished Speaker Series event Friday, November 11th featuring Harrison Griffiths of -30- Forensic Engineering (formerly Giffin Koerth).
The department welcomes Dr. Grant Ingram from Durham University to the Distinguished Speakers Series on Friday, November 18 at 11:00 am
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