Clayton Fox presented his thesis seminar

Last Friday, MASc candidate Clayton Fox presented his thesis work titled “Reaction models for hydrocarbon mixtures using continuous thermodynamics”. Thesis supervisor Dr. Bill Hallett was in attendance for the seminar. Thanks to both for an interesting seminar!


Time lapse of Friday’s seminar

Well, I’ve never had a time lapse of a lecture or seminar to share. Somehow seems to be missing the part where we were pitching TIRES cubes at the class…

Zuwen Sun presented his seminar

Last Friday, Zuwen Sun presented his MASc thesis seminar, titled “Effect of photoacoustic radar chirp parameters on profilometric information and signal to noise ratio”. Zuwen completed his MASc work under my supervision. Another big crowd was in attendance for the seminar. Well done, Zuwen!


Professional skills seminar series

Hi everyone,

As I mentioned during the seminars, I’ve got three “special seminars” booked in the upcoming weeks.

On the Fridays of October 6th, 13th and November 3rd, we will be offering ‘Communication & Influence‘ Workshops.

From 2.30pm to 4pm in CBY B205, these will be delivered by the energetic Trevor Wilkins. His practical and ever popular classes are well known to many grads and undergrads.   Scroll down to see real student Recommendation here.

The areas we will cover will greatly benefit your:

  • professional work as a commercial or academic engineer
  • ability to ‘sell yourself’ effectively in the job market
  • skill in influencing those around you in your personal life

October 6th

  • What drives anyone to Take Action or say Yes?
  • The only 5 Personal & Work Motivators
  • Where’s The Money?  What’s it worth to you?

October 13th:

  • Engaging Conversations that work for both parties
  • Learning about people from Engaging Conversations
  • Using what you learn from Engaging Conversations

November 3rd:

  • Joining the view from the ‘Buyer’s Side of the Table’
  • The Best & Worst Ways to sell Ideas, Products, Services or even Yourself
  • Life changing research and preparation for meeting anyone 

Remember, our seminars start on Friday at 2:30pm sharp!

Hope to see you there!