Seven ChemE graduate students place in first-ever virtual U of T Engineering Research Conference

Between the second and third week of June 2020, U of T Engineering held its first-ever virtual research conference. The conference featured the latest in undergraduate and graduate research in six key areas: advanced manufacturing; data analytics and artificial intelligence; human health; robotics; sustainability; and water.

At the end of the conference, 21 awards were presented to participants for best short talks, best poster presentations and most engaging social media poster presentation. Among the award winners were seven ChemE graduate students across human health, water and sustainability:

 

HUMAN HEALTH

  • Ade Oluwafolakemi Oyewole (ChemE PhD candidate) — poster presentation first place

 

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Emma Harrison (ChemE MASc candidate) — poster presentation first place
  • Dazhi Ren (ChemE MASc candidate) — short talk first place
  • Legeng (Robin) Yu (ChemE PhD candidate) — poster presentation second place

 

WATER

  • Noel Daveare (ChemE MASc candidate) — poster presentation first place
  • Chenbo Xu (ChemE MASc candidate) — short talk first place
  • Mitchell Zak (ChemE PhD candidate) — poster presentation second place

 

Watch the five winning poster presentations as shared on Twitter:

 

 

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