Congratulations to Dr. Kim, Magna Powertrain, and SMSD for their recently expanded research collaboration in ultra-high strength steels. The new venture will explore “Automotive Weight Reduction through Nonlinear Finite Element Modeling, Fatigue Analysis, and Optimization of Hot Stamped Ultra-High Strength Steels”. Look forward to exciting publications in the future.
We are excited to announce that SMSD will expand our partnership with Pratt & Whitney Canada into Multi-disciplinary Topology Optimization for Metal Additive Manufacturing under Uncertainty. We look forward to a profound collaboration over the coming years.
Congratulations to Jon Wong who has successfully defended his masters thesis, “Design Optimization of Aircraft Landing Gear Assembly Under Dynamic Loading“. We have thoroughly enjoyed working with Jon over the past 2 years and wish him the best of luck with his future endeavors.
Congratulations to Jon Wong, Luke Ryan, and Dr. Kim for their publication in Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization. Look for “Design optimization of aircraft landing gear assembly under dynamic loading” in the latest issue.
We have had an exciting fall, welcoming 5 new members to SMSD! Wennian Yu will be joining the group a a Post Doctoral research fellow, Zuo Zhou is joining SMSD to pursue his PhD, and incoming Masters students Kevin Fritz, Patrick Kendall, and Bill Poldon will begin their graduate careers. Welcome to everyone and we look forward to researching with you.
Congratulations to Yingchun Bai for accepting an Assistant Professorship (Tenure Track) at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT). We wish Yingchun the best of luck in his new exciting career!
Congratulations to Dr. Kim, who received the Silver Wrench Award for the 2016-2017 academic year. This award recognizes the professor who displays the most interest and enthusiasm towards Mechanical Engineering as chosen by the graduating year.
Congratulations to Dr. Il Yong Kim for his outstanding collaborative research work over the past year. The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has recognized him with a 2016 Research Excellence Award.
Congratulations to Stephen Roper for being awarded the 2017 Brass Wrench. Voted on by the graduating class, this award is given to the T.A. in the department of Mechanical Engineering who displayed the greatest contribution towards their work. Keep up the great work Stephen, we look forward to another win next year.
The structural and multidisciplinary systems design lab is undergoing a big expansion this spring with 4 MASc student additions to the group. We welcome Garrett Vierhout, Neil Trivers, Michael Nucci, and Ben Blackford. Best of luck over the next 2 years.