Student Teams and Groups
Click on the links below for information about student teams and groups relevant to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science:
Chem-E-Car: An undergraduate student process/chemical engineering design team competing in the annual AIChE Chem-E-Car competition, and the first Chem-E-Car team in Atlantic Canada.
Eastern Edge Robotics: A multidisciplinary team with members from the Marine Institute and Memorial University. The members of Eastern Edge study in a variety of post secondary programs, including ROV technician; computer science; ocean mapping; mechanical engineering; electrical engineering; computer engineering; ocean and naval architectural engineering and more...
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Robogals MUN Chapter: An international non-profit student organization that aims to engage girls in STEM:
Memorial Baja: A group of Memorial University students working together to meet the various demands encountered in building an off-road racing vehicle. From marketing to advanced engineering design, students are challenged and ultimately brought together in a positive learning experience.
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Killick-1 CubeSat: A four-year project that is a collaboration between the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and C-CORE. A team of engineering students are working together to design, build and test a 2U CubeSat space satellite. The satellite will be used to measure thickness of sheet ice, and will be capable of data transmission to a ground station. The team will launch their cubesat into space sometime later this year.
Paradigm Hyperloop: An international team of students from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Northeastern University and the College of the North Atlantic who have come together to make the Hyperloop concept a reality. The team aims to prove the viability of air based levitation for use in high-speed applications by building a prototype Hyperloop pod capable of reaching 450 km/hr.
Engineers Without Borders MUN Chapter: A non-profit student group that aims to create systemic and sustainable change within ourselves, our home and our world. We are a student chapter of the national organization, EWB Canada.
Our team consists of roughly 40 people, which includes volunteers and the chapter executive. Our impact areas are community outreach, evolving engineering, policy and advocacy, and fellowships. Our approach to change is systemic, and we are committed to using problem-solving skills to address root causes for impact. We are always aiming to learn more and share our knowledge.
For more information about our work, fellowships, or how to join email us at email@example.com or connect with us by one of the methods below: