Niagara Research is in the midst of several fascinating applied research projects. To educate staff, students, and the public about the College’s current endeavours, Niagara Research will be hosting multiple presentation events, each focusing on a specific specialization.
On Sept. 24 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. (Welland) in AH255. The series will feature current projects in Advanced Manufacturing.
Students and recent grads will be showcasing their progress on various projects, such as the prototyping and construction of a custom harvester for spinach crops, and the prototyping and construction of a pothole patching machine. Speakers for this session include senior research associate Mike Holderney and research assistant Jonathan Pinchbeck.
Future events will cover alternative specializations and topics of interest. Events during the fall semester include:
Oct. 29, 2012 – Food and Beverage Innovation – NOTL Campus – W212
This event features speakers Becky Scott, Scott Dupuis, Mike Ninhuys andOksana Sytchou.
Nov. 26, 2012 – Precision Agriculture & Environmental Technologies – NOTL Campus – W212
This event features speakers Sarah Lepp and Steve Niles.
The Speaker Series events are open to both Niagara College and the external community.
Register by sending an email to email@example.com with the name and date of the session in the subject line.
Students may register in advance through their co-curricular record.