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ISE announces its inaugural Industry Advisory Board

We are pleased to announce our inaugural Industry Advisory Board. Calvin Coulter – Director, Insitu New Technology, Suncor Energy Richard Donnelly – Global Director Water Power, Hatch Doug Hooper – Partner, Waterfall Group Peter Howard – Director, Commercialization and Project Management, Pond Biofuels Ivano Labricciosa – VP, Toronto Hydro Steven Martin – CEO, Pond Biofuels Nicolas Morgan –… Read more »

ISE at Hatch

On Wednesday, May 29th, Researchers from the Institute for Sustainable Energy visited the Hatch corporate offices in Mississauga for a luncheon honouring this year’s recipients of the Hatch Graduate Scholarship for Sustainable Energy Research. ISE would like to again thank Hatch for providing this generous scholarship to our students.  ISE researchers have also engaged in… Read more »

Recent News – ISE Director David Sinton in Calgary and Vancouver

On June 4th and 5th, as part of a speaker series organized by the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, ISE Director, Prof. David Sinton, delivered a talk to audiences in Calgary and Vancouver on his research in  small-scale fluid mechanics, and its application to Canadian energy operations and long-term carbon dioxide storage below the earth’s surface.

Canadian focus issue of the journal Lab-on-a-Chip

Profs. David Sinton, Aaron Wheeler, and David Juncker present the Canadian focus issue of the journal Lab-on-a-Chip – the largest country-themed issue in the history of the journal. Three energy papers are featured including oil analysis (Dr. Farshid Mostowfi’s group at Schlumberger DBR), energy storage with a microfluidic battery (Prof. Erik Kjeang’s group at SFU),… Read more »

About ISE

The Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE) at the University of Toronto is an inclusive, multidisciplinary centre designed to bring together researchers, students, and teachers from across the university, together with partners from industry and government, with the goal of increasing energy efficiency and reducing the environmental impact of energy use and conversion.