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Queen’s Automotive Researchers Received NCE Funding

Two Queen’s researchers have received funding from Canada’s automotive research program. AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE) is a multi-disciplinary, auto-related research and development initiative, dedicated to a sustainable, globally-competitive Canadian automotive sector. Brad Diak (Mechanical and Materials Engineering) researches the complex organization of internal structures within light-weight engineering materials, which evolve during processing… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Student Wins Top Honour at National Automotive Competition

A Queen’s University student has won a national automotive research competition for his new technology that predicts shear fractures in advanced high strength steels. Andrew Sloan, a Master of Applied Science student, won this year’s AUTO21 TestDRIVE competition and received a $10,000 scholarship for his research on void damage rates in dual-phase steel grades. This… Keep Reading

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