Engineering Research Office
Imagine a wireless world without limits – that’s the focus of Dr. Trung Duong’s leading-edge research.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is home to excellent researchers residing in the departments of civil, electrical and computer, mechanical and mechatronics, ocean and naval architectural and process engineering.
Through strong partnerships with industry and government, the faculty continues excelling in research and innovation in the areas of energy, ocean technology, information and communication technology, environment and sustainable infrastructure and other emerging areas of importance.
Our researchers have advanced in various areas and continue contributing to the wellness of people, the Newfoundland and Labrador economy and Canada’s Blue Economy.
Collaborations with our partners have led to more opportunities to address challenging issues faced by national and international communities.
Industry Engagement Day
More than 120 delegates representing approx. 30 companies attended the second annual Industry Engagement Day on July 5, hosted by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
The one-day event at the Emera Innovation Exchange, Signal Hill campus, aimed to bring together industry representatives with university researchers to exchange ideas to help tackle challenges related to oceans, shipbuilding, Arctic shipping, energy, machine learning, artificial intelligence, robotics and drones.
Building upon last year’s engagement day, the event featured engaging talks from technical industry, provincial government and Memorial University representatives.
Sessions held throughout the day encouraged attendees to engage with each other and focus on problem-solving.