Braden Warwick publication!

Congratulations to Braden Warwick on his publication of “Topology optimization of a pre-stiffened aircraft bulkhead” to Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization. Braden was co-supervised by Prof. Kim and Prof. Mechefske for his work. Great job and we look forward to your future research!

Braden’s paper can be found at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00158-019-02284-w

Congratulations to Graeme Sabiston!

Graeme recently graduated with his MASc and has been hired as a flight test engineer at a Silicon Valley aerospace startup. Congratulations on your wonderful achievement, we wish you the best of luck in California; you will be very missed in the lab!

Multiple SMSD Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to many of our students on earning various scholarships. We are all proud to see your hard work pay-off, keep up the excellent work!

Benjamin Blackford: NSERC Scholarship

Kevin Fritz: R.S. McLaughlin Award

Stephen Roper: OGS (Ontario Graduate Scholarship)

Luke Crispo: OGS

Emily Dowdell: OGS

Kevin Conklin: QEII Graduate Scholarship

Evan Munroe: Zurbrigg Memorial Scholarship

 

Successful Masters Thesis Defense

Congratulations to Jaryd Traer who has successfully defended his masters thesis on “High Fidelity Additive Manufacturing Process Modelling for Residual Stress and Deformation”.  Jaryd has contributed heavily to the SMSD group and will be missed. We wish you success in your future endeavours!

Welcome New SMSD Members!

Congratulations to Rubens Bohrer, Kevin Conklin, Luke Crispo, and Evan Munroe on joining the SMSD lab!

Rubens is pursuing his PhD in SMSD, he received his MASc at Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica and spent 5 years as a development engineer at Embraer S.A..

Kevin, Luke, and Evan all earned their BASc at Queen’s Applied Science in mechanical engineering, and have decided to continue their studies as MASc students in SMSD.

Stephen Roper Brass Wrench Award!

Congratulations Stephen on receiving the Brass Wrench Award for the second year in a row! “Brass Wrench” Teaching Assistant Award, selected by fourth year mechanical engineering students for outstanding contribution to MECH 465.