UT2-Mac Joint Graduate Student Workshop: “Engineering for a Brighter Future”

News & Features

Walter Curlook Laboratory SharePoint – now available!

–   The Department of Materials Science & Engineering is pleased to announce the launching of the new cloud-based Walter Curlook Laboratory SharePoint. This platform is available to UofT users and will support the laboratory activities, enable collaboration and provide a ... Read More


MSE graduate student is part of a team developing the world’s smallest wearable gel pack for menstrual pain relief.

– Charlie Katrycz, a Ph.D. student in Materials Science under the supervision of Prof. Glenn Hibbard and Prof. Ben Hatton, is using novel air-casting technology to create wearable gel packs for menstrual pain relief. As part of his PhD studies, Charlie ... Read More


First UT2-Mac Joint Graduate Student Workshop: “Engineering for a Brighter Future”

– From June 25 to 29, U of T Engineering hosted professors and graduate students from the University of Toyko for the first UT2-Mac Joint Graduate Student Workshop between the University of Tokyo, McMaster University, and the University of Toronto. The ... Read More


Professor Glenn Hibbard appointed Chair of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering

– Professor Glenn Hibbard has been appointed Chair of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering (MSE) for a three-years term, beginning July 1, 2019. Hibbard first joined the Department of Materials Science & Engineering in 2004. He was promoted to ... Read More

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Honours & Awards

Dr. Frank Wheeler inducted as fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering

– Dr. Frank Wheeler has been inducted as a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) on 21 June 2019. The ceremony took place in Quebec, in conjunction with the Academy’s 2019 Annual General Meeting and Symposium. CAE President, Dr. ... Read More


Phil De Luna, MSE PhD 1T9, honored with the Governor General’s Gold Medal

– The Governor General’s Gold Medal was first awarded in 1873 by the Earl of Dufferin. This award has since become one of the most prestigious that a student at a Canadian educational institution may receive. The Gold Medal is awarded ... Read More


Sayuri Guruge (MSE 1T9) is part of the team that won second place at the 2019 Clarke Prize Finale

– From left: Flavia Ng (CivE), Sayuri Guruge (MSE), Tayyeb Zarabi (MechE) and Jonathan Jeyarajah (MechE) (Photo credit: Liz Do) MSE fourth-year student, Sayuri Guruge, is part of the U of T Engineering students team that won second place at the ... Read More

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