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Photo-by-Marit-Mitchell New catalyst offers efficient storage of alternative energies - By Marit Mitchell  We can’t control when the wind blows and when the sun shines, so finding efficient ways to store energy from alternative sources remains an urgent research problem. Now, a group of researchers led by Professor Ted Sargent at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering may have a solution inspired... Read more »
CPI2-320x240 Workshop on Building a Community of Practice in Smart Grid Cyber Security - Call for Participation  In collaboration with the DRDC and BCIT, the ECE Department at the University of Toronto is organizing a Workshop on Building a Community of Practice in Smart Grid Cyber Security on May 26-27, 2016 in Galbraith Building (35 St. George Street) Room 202. The objectives of the workshop are: 1) To open up a dialogue amongst experts... Read more »
Thomson3 Air Canada joins Biojet Supply Chain Initiative - Air Canada has announced that it will participate in the Canadian Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI), with the objective of adding 400,000 litres of sustainable aviation biofuel in a shared fuel system at a yet to be determined Canadian airport. ISE Faculty member, and Director of the CREATE program in Clean Combustion Engines, Murray Thomson is the University of... Read more »
CPI Centre for Power and Information showcase - The ECE Department and Centre for Power and Information (CPI) at the University of Toronto are hosting a CPI Research Showcase on April 18, 2016 in the Sanford Fleming Building (10 King’s College Road), Room 1105. The Showcase plans to be an interesting, stress-free and fun-filled day, with talks, demos and posters. Refreshments and lunch will be served. The... Read more »
DSC_0348 ISE Research Symposium – March 29th - Thank you to all that joined us for our 3rd annual ISE research symposium, and a special thank you to our speakers: Nick Stark (H.H. Angus & Associates), Oleg Popovsky (Constant Power), John Paul Morgan (Morgan Solar), and Terry Gerritsen (Hatch). The event was covered by Tyler Irving in the U of T Engineering News:... Read more »