University of Guelph researchers create gold-based nanomaterials that can reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide.
On December 18, 2018, University of Guelph Assistant Professor of Engineering Mohamed Hassan received the IEEE RTSS Best Paper Award for his paper, “On the Off-chip Memory Latency of Real-Time Systems: Is DDR DRAM Really the Best Option?” In this paper, Dr. Hassan makes the case for an alternative type of off-chip memory to the ones most commonly used in real-time systems for health care devices, automobiles, and smart power grids.
Non-toxic, eco-friendly nanoparticles can improve health and personal care products.
Synthetic, man-made particles 1/5000th the width of a human hair (i.e., nanoparticles) are ending up down our drains and in our water sources. Nanoparticles are potentially more toxic than larger “chunks” of the same substance because they are more easily absorbed into our bodies, but the full impact that they have on our health is unknown. Nonetheless, non-toxic alternatives are needed.
We are happy to announce the winners of the Fall 2018 CEPS Photo Contest! First prize went to Nick Vanstone, a biological engineering Lab Technician, for his photo titled “Biomimicry in Engineering.” Second prize went to Engineering Prof. John Donald for his photo titled “Teddy Bear Wheelchair.” Thank you to all who participated.
Biomimicry in Engineering
Carbon dioxide and steam may be used to convert poplar wood into renewable energy source.
CEPS Photo Contest – Guidelines
The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) invites its students, faculty and research staff to submit photos* or digital images of their experiences as a member of CEPS.
Your photos may be featured on the CEPS website and other promotional materials.
One $500 prize will be awarded for 1st place in each of the following categories:
The University of Guelph hosted women in leadership, alumni, graduate and undergraduate students in a conference focusing on career transitions and development for women in Engineering programs. Workshops, career panels and keynotes focused on skills for young women to advance in engineering and leadership positions, with leaders from Walmart Canada, Pepsico Inc, Apotex and others mentoring young engineering women. Mary Wells, Dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences noted that "this first conference of its kind at Guelph was an overwhelming success, providing an importan
On August 28, 2018, The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) announced the recipients of the 2018 NGWA Awards of Excellence. Professor Beth Parker from the University of Guelph's School of Engineering was among the award winnners. She was awarded the M. King Hubbert Award—presented to a person who has made a major science or engineering contribution to the groundwater industry through research, technical papers, teaching, and practical applications. Congratulations, Prof. Parker!