“Today the physics of cancer are known; what remains is massive engineering.” Time magazine, April 2013 Wayne Brodland is an outlier in the world of cancer research. He is not a biologist or medical practitioner, he’s a civil engineer at the University of Waterloo, whose expertise is inventing and using computational models to understand how
“Nowhere else on the planet will you find the same advanced robotics technology under one roof. It will place Canada at the forefront of this strategically important emerging field. ” Prof. William Melek, Director of Mechatronics Engineering They call it Engineering 7, which, in typical University of Waterloo engineering style, is an elegant solution to
Canada has become a significant global player due to our clusters of ICT expertise. For example, the University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Engineering is the largest engineering school in Canada and the institution has one of the highest concentrations of electrical and computer engineering and computer science researchers in North America, with a concentrated focus on ICT.