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Prof. Andreas Mandelis Lectures on UESTC Forum

published: 2012-03-16 21:49:41       hits: 

On the afternoon of March 14, Prof. Andreas Madelis, Fellow in the Academy of Sciences of the Royal Society of Canada, delivered a lecture on the UESTC Forum, talking about his long journey on the road of scientific research and about University of Toronto.


In his lecture, Prof. Mandelis covered different aspects of University of Toronto. Founded in 1827, he said, the university presently has 78,000 students and has already established itaelf as one of the strongest among the world’s top-class universities, ranking specially high for its strength in engineering and IT. As a research chair in Canada, Prof. Mandelis shared with the student audience his personal achievements in bioengineering, sustainable environmental development, communications technology and enabling technologies, with special emphasis on his contributions to bioengineering.

Andreas Mandelis now holds a full professorship in mechanical and industrial engineering at University of Toronto. He once won the Humboldt Prize and the IPPA Achievements Award for three times. He has had about 500 of his academic papers published in major international journals like Journal of Applied Physics.

This lecture was co-orgasnized by the Office for Students’ Affairs and School of Optoelectronic Information.