Thursday, May 26, 2011
Dr. Lee’s role will be multi-faceted, although key areas will include spearheading the development of Quanser’s global academic community, guidance for Quanser technology and solution development, as well as supporting the company’s partner and alliance programs.
Dr. Lee comes to Quanser from MapleSoft, a valued Quanser partner, where he was Vice President, Applications Engineering and Chief Evangelist.
“Tom is a passionate advocate for the improved quality of Engineering Education, which is what we are all about,” said Paul Gilbert, CEO of Quanser. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our team, along with a unique balance of technical, business and organizational abilities. We can’t wait to get started.”
Dr. Lee will assume his new position in June of 2011, working primarily from the company’s Waterloo office, but will spend time in Markham and traveling around the globe.
Monday, May 23, 2011
That's why we are pleased to let you know about the first annual Innovation Nation Conference taking place this July 18 and 19 at the Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario. With a strong focus on Canadian innovation in science, engineering, arts and entertainment, the conference will bring together industry experts, scientists, artists, engineers, academics and students. Produced and developed by the Centre for Surgical Invention and Innovation (CSii), the conference is a great opportunity to network with some of the brightest lights in Canada's innovation community today. It's also a chance for you to take a look into the future at the 2011 CSii Canadian Robotics & Innovation Competition, showcasing innovations from university and high school students from all across the country.
If you're interested in where inventions and innovation are going, check out this conference.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
As the IATSL and TRI researchers, or any of our engineers could tell you, "Engineering a better future" is not merely a slogan at Quanser. It's our focus. It's why we collaborate with the academic and research community.
Friday, May 6, 2011
If you are planning to attend this year's IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE) on May 8 -11 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, you will have an opportunity to learn about Quanser teaching tools that are helping educate the next generation of engineering professionals. These tools are giving undergraduate and graduate students valuable hands-on experience and exposure to the challenges of real-world engineering.
Stop by Quanser's exhibit at the conference to talk to our engineers about teaching controls and research collaboration. You can also see a live demo of our rotary SRV-02 based workstations, one of Quanser's cost-effective solutions that assist universities in producing graduates with industry-relevant skills.
We look forward to meeting you at the conference.