Sunday, September 04, 2011
Civ/Min Engineering Office Keys
Welcome to the online Key registration system. Please click on REGISTER above to begin.
Monday, September 05, 2011
Civ/Min Engineering Fobs
Welcome to the online FOB registration system. Please click on REGISTER above to begin.
Thursday, August 09, 2012
Monday, May 04, 2015
Civil Engineering Graduate Course Audit Payment
Welcome to the Department of Civil Engineering online audit payment system. Please ensure that you have contacted the Department of Civil Engineering to coordinate your audit application prior to using this online system. If you are ready to make your payment, press the REGISTRATION button to proceed.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Class Leaders 2016
Saturday, May 28, 2016
Doors Open UTIAS
Get a glimpse into the future when you viisit the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) Canada's top Aerospace Institute.
Monday, June 06, 2016
Special Course: Chemistry of Cements and Concrete
Open to both graduate students at the University of Toronto and other Ontario Universities (for graduate credit), in addition to Graduate students from Universities outside Ontario as well as Cement and Concrete Industry Professionals for a fee (see details).
This unique and popular course has been run 5 times previously and consists of lectures covering chemistry, and physics of the following subjects:
- Cement Manufacture
- Phase Equilibrium & Reactions in Cement Kilns
- Supplementary Cementing Materials
- Hydration of Cements
- Chemical Admixture Effects on Hydration
- Microstructure of Cement and Hydrates
- Sulphate Reactions and Attack
- Alkali-Aggregate Reactions
- Chloride and Corrosion Reactions
- Chemistry Related to Freezing, Scaling
Wednesday, June 08, 2016
Two Short Courses on Public Transit
Thursday, June 09, 2016
7th Annual MIE Graduate Research Symposium
MIE Alumni are invited to the 7th annual Graduate Research Symposium on Thursday June 9, 2016.
Spring Convocation Reception MSE
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Young Alumni Reunion 2016
Thursday, June 16, 2016
Hong Kong Event: Leadership & Education: Maximizing Potential
A highly developed and urbanized world-class city, with a thriving economy and efficient infrastructure, Hong Kong has a reputation the world-over for recognizing that people are its primary, and greatest, resource.
Join us on Thursday, June 16th as Professor Doug Reeve, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto shares how students are gaining valuable leadership training, not just through lectures and theory but through practice, experimentation and reflection. As we help students excel as emerging leaders, our students will contribute more effectively and have a greater impact upon graduation.
BizSkule Calgary Event: Engineering Moneyball
Join us on June 16 for our latest Calgary BizSkule event: Engineering Moneyball in Hockey, Baseball and Beyond. Professor Tim Chan from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering presents an engaging seminar on evaluating how engineering methods can be applied to research in hockey, baseball, and several other sports. For example, in hockey, he and his students have developed a player classification system for both NHL and junior hockey players. This system can be used to estimate the contribution of different players to their team and to predict future performance. In baseball, he and a collaborator have developed a method to quantify the value of "flexible" players – those who can play multiple positions – which provides insight into which teams are more resilient to injury risk. Join fellow alumni to learn how the tools of operations research can be applied to sports analysis.
Gain insights from one of U of T’s most enterprising professors on the future of sports analytics, as well as a chance to network with fellow U of T grads over cocktails and canapés.
Monday, June 20, 2016
CMWR Conference 2016
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Class of 9T6 Reunion
Thursday, June 23, 2016
BizSkule California Event: Deep Genomics
Join us on June 23 for our latest California BizSkule event: Deep Genomics: Using Machine Learning to Enable Genomic Medicine with professor Brendan Frey.
Deep learning will transform medicine, but not in the way that many advocates think. Biological complexity, rare mutations and confounding factors work against us, so that even if we sequence 100,000 genomes, it won't be enough. Professor Frey will present the "genotype-phenotype gap" and how the value of closing this gap exceeds Google's $200B ad market. Using machine learning systems that properly incorporate biological knowledge, professor Frey will describe this approach, how it has improved our ability to “read the genome”, and could be an indispensable component in the future of medicine.
Gain insights from one of U of T’s leading professors on the future of machine learning and healthcare, as well as a chance to network with fellow U of T grads over cocktails and canapés.