DGRC Associate Director, Aimy Bazylak is one of seven U of T Engineering professors in the early stages of their research careers whose work has been honoured with funding from the Province of Ontario’s Early Researcher Awards (ERA) Program, which helps recently appointed Ontario researchers to build their teams and enables Ontario to attract and… Read more »
The University of Toronto is a core member of an international consortium creating the next milestone in New York City’s groundbreaking Applied Sciences NYC initiative. The initiative seeks to increase the City’s capacity for applied sciences and dramatically transform its economy. The Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) was announced today by New York… Read more »
Launched in 2007, the Canada’s Greenest Employers competition is organized by the editors of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project. This designation recognizes the employers that “lead the nation in creating a culture of environmental awareness in their organizations.” See the official release.
“Multi-scale modeling of two-phase transport in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells.” was authored by PhD student James Hinebaugh with Prof. Bazylak and Prof. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University). The chapter appears in “Polymer electrolyte membrane and direct methanol fuel cell technology: Fundamentals and performance of low temperature fuel cells (Volume 1)” Edited by C Hartnig, Chemetall… Read more »
CCS Overview course When: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Where: Carleton University, Room 2228, River Building Instructors: Steve Larter, CMC Scientific Director, Bernard Mayer, Assistant Scientific Director and four Theme Leads Fees: $75 CDN for HQP; $100 CDN all other registrants Details: Food & Accommodation covered for HQPs Registration information Organizational GHG Accounting When: Sat. &… Read more »
Centre Researcher Thomas de Haas, a Masters student under the supervision of CSE Associate Director David Sinton was profiled by Carbon Management Canada on his research employing micro-fluidics to develop small scale test systems to determine CO2 behaviour in resevoirs. Read the full profile here.
This timely course is intended to provide training for postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, researchers, scientists and engineers on the theory and methods of exergy analysis and its applications to the a large variety of systems through several lectures given by the leading experts in this field. Dates: April 30 – May 4, 2012 Location: University… Read more »