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Summer Skule: U of T Engineering lectures on demand

Fri July 26, 2024

The summer months means new opportunities for lifelong learning, starting with this curated line-up of our most popular alumni events. If you missed any of our events this past year, now's your chance to catch up online with U of T Engineering lectures on demand.

Register now for thought-provoking lectures, groundbreaking research and a panel event celebrating International Women's Day.  

Learn from some of our boldest thinkers, wherever you are in the world.

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Please note you will receive links to recordings of past events.

This years line-up includes:

Skule Lunch & Learn series

Collaboration: The key to groundbreaking product design  

Professor Alison Olechowski's discusses how her research reveals important implications for how in-program collaborative tools can positively impact design, management and innovation in mechanical engineering product design.

Advancing global health equity through synthetic sensing systems 

Professor Weckman discusses innovations that could help us overcome emerging healthcare challenges like drug-resistant pathogens and offering low-cost diagnostics - crucial for global health equity.

AI & talk therapy: The future of mental health support 

Professor Jonathan Rose presents research on Natural Language Processing and applications in mental health includes a widely used behaviour-change chatbot to aid smokers in their path to quitting.

Artificial tissues for personalized medicine 

Professor Alison McGuigan's groundbreaking work on artificial tissues offers transformative opportunities to revolutionize drug development, personalized therapies, and predictive disease detection.  

Non-invasive brain-computer interfaces: Revolutionizing pediatric rehab

Professor Tom Chau showcases his research into the world of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces and how they are opening doors of inclusion for children and youth with disabilities.  

Disruptors & Dilemmas series

AI advances in healthcare

Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionize health care and create more efficient, equitable and patient-centered systems. Listen to three experts weigh in on how AI is shaping the future of health care and how interdisciplinary collaboration is key to driving innovation. 

Fred Kan Lecture series

Audits and accountability in the age of artificial intelligence

To hold AI systems builders accountable, we can use an algorithm audit.In this talk, Deborah Raji discusses the ongoing challenges in executing algorithm audits and will highlight the technical, policy and institutional design interventions that are necessary for audits to be effective mechanisms for accountability.

Special International Women's Day panel event

Ask Me Anything: Your success, your way 

A moderated panel discussion featuring accomplished women U of T Engineering alumni discussing insights into their unique paths to success and sharing personal stories on navigating their careers and life.

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2024 Toronto Robotics Conference

Tue July 23, 2024 - Wed July 24, 2024
55 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5S0C9 Canada
Interested in learning more about cutting-edge AI-robotics research at U of T and beyond? Join the Robotics Institute at the 2024 Toronto Robotics Conference for two days of mobility and...

Civic Holiday

Mon August 5, 2024
The university will be closed.  Enjoy the holiday!

U of T alumni social at Four Fathers Brewing

Wed August 28, 2024 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Relax and unwind with fellow alumni over refreshments and good company! Wednesday, Aug 28, 2024 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Four Fathers Brewing - 125 Guelph Avenue, Cambridge, ON N3C 1A5 (map) Cost:...

Labour Day

Mon September 2, 2024
The university will be closed.