The MUN Concrete Toboggan got 3d place “most improved” team in the annual Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race (GNCTR ) 2024 in Clarenville, NL.
Among 177 students from 13 membership societies across the Atlantic Provinces, Memorial University’s Engineering Faculty students got 2nd place and qualify for nationals - Stefan Rohm (Term 5) and Ruth Pepple (Term 3).
Federal government funding of $8 million over eight years will support his research into what the wireless world could look like in years to come.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is pleased to acknowledge that Petroleum Experts Ltd. (Petex) has donated licences of their software suite to Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Caroline Koenig received the President’s Award for Outstanding Teaching (Lecturers and Instructional Staff) during the President’s Awards ceremony, held on Dec. 8.
Dr. Stephen Butt was officially named a University Research Professor during the President’s Awards ceremony, held on Dec. 8.
Check out this 'Engineering Exchange' with ocean and naval architectural engineering professor Dr. Doug Smith.
Memorial’s inaugural Canada Excellence Research Chair strengthens communications technologies research capacity
Imagine a wireless world without limits – that’s the focus of Dr. Trung Duong’s leading-edge research.