at U of T Engineering


Our approach to research is defined by ambition, innovation, multidisciplinary collaboration and strong partnerships with industry, government, non-profit organizations and community groups.

U of T Engineering is home to 120 research chairs and more than 25 multidisciplinary, leading edge research hubs that represent our six Innovation Clusters.

These clusters represent advanced research efforts that address a vast range of social, economic, environmental and industrial challenges. Our breadth and depth of research excellence, combined with powerful partnerships and a strong culture of entrepreneurship, enable our researchers to develop advanced technology-based solutions that address the needs of an evolving global marketplace.

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U of T Engineering has the breadth and depth of research excellence as well as the capacity to effect global change across these key domains.


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Engineering Research Office

Office: 44 St. George Street
Tel: 416-946-3038

Research Office announcements

2024-2026 Joint EMHSeed & XSeed Grant Recipients Announced

June 6, 2024

The FASE Research Office is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2024-2026 Joint EMHSeed & XSeed Funding Program. Initiated in 2015, the Joint Seed Program is an interdivisional research […]

U of T Engineering researchers are part of research team that received $10 million in Genome Canada grant

September 6, 2023

An interdisciplinary team of engineering researchers, including U of T professors, has been awarded over $10 million in funding from the Genome Canada Climate-Smart Agriculture and Food systems (CSAFS) Interdisciplinary […]