The Queen’s Engineering Research Networking Day reunited faculty members and external organizations for the first time since the COVID pandemic began for a day of knowledge-sharing and networking.

Over 200 attendees, including 77 faculty, 72 graduate students and 26 external to Queen’s, gathered at Mitchell Hall for the day on October 12 to highlight research endeavours at Queen’s Engineering and spark opportunities to translate bright ideas into real-world applications.

After an opening of welcome regards from Vice Dean (Research) Amir Fam and Dean Kevin Deluzio, researchers from a number of departments in the Faculty of Engineering as well as industry and government presented on research innovation, partnerships, and societal impacts. See also: poster submissions.

Topics included:

  • Low-carbon energy
  • Engineering for climate change and resilience
  • Sustainability and environmental engineering
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Intelligent systems and robotics
  • Materials, resources, and manufacturing
  • Information and communications technology


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