CARRE is once again listed in the Ontario Aerospace Council’s (OAC) Capabilities Directory - July 2019
The 2019 Capabilities Directory promotes Ontario’s aerospace industry and all its aerospace companies to the global aerospace market. See our advertisement on page 86!

Congratulations to CARRE Associate Director Professor Jonathan Kelly on being named the new Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Collaborative Robotics - June 17, 2019
Professor Jonathan Kelly along with eight other UofT Engineering researchers were recently named as new or renewed Canada Research Chairs (CRCs) earlier this month. We congratulate Professor Kelly on this prestigious award. To read more about Professor Kelly’s research on collaborative robots and this award, click here.

Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) 2019-2020 Guide to Canada’s Aerospace Industry - June 2019
The AIAC Guide to Canada’s Aerospace Industry is Canada’s premier resource for aerospace industry statistics, companies, products and services. The Guide profiles AIAC member companies in addition to listing the diverse range of products and services these companies offer. Look for CARRE’s profile on page 150!

Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) Toronto Branch Annual Dinner Meeting - May 4, 2019
The CASI Toronto Branch will be hosting their Annual Dinner Meeting & Awards Night on Saturday May 4. This evening event will host CARRE Director Professor Hugh Liu, as a Guest Speaker presenting his talk on “Drone Research and Development at UTIAS (with Fire and Water Applications)”. Student awards will also be presented, recognizing the top graduating students in aerospace programs at Ryerson University, Seneca College, UofT, and York University. Congrats to all award recipients!

The Engineering Newsletter - Robotics - February 28, 2019
Along with many other notable UofT Robotics Programs and Initiatives, CARRE’s Emphasis in Aerial Robotics receives mention in this issue along with Professors Jonathan Kelly and Steven Waslanders’ work on the four-course specialization program offered through Coursera.

Professor Steven Waslander and CARRE Associate Director Professor Jonathan Kelly partner with Coursera - January 30, 2019
Professors Steven Waslander and Jonathan Kelly want to teach you how to program a self-driving car. These two experts have partnered with Coursera to offer a four-course online specialization in programming self-driving cars and are excited to share their knowledge to a broader audience.

CARRE’s Associate Director Professor Jonathan Kelly awarded the Dean’s Catalyst Professorship - November 20, 2018
Our Associate Director Jonathan Kelly is one of twenty-seven UofT Engineering assistant professors appointed to early-career professorships. Professor Kelly was awarded the Dean’s Catalyst Professorship receiving an annual grant of $75,000 per year over three years to enhance his research and teaching in robotics. Congratulations!

CARRE’s Associate Director Professor Angela Schoellig named Canada Research Chair - November 13, 2018
Our very own CARRE Associate Director Professor Angela Schoellig has been awarded the new Canada Research Chair in Machine Learning for Robotics and Control by The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, at the University of Toronto’s St. George Campus earlier this week. Professor Schoellig was among 21 University of Toronto researchers named in this prestigious award. The event profiled a video demonstration of some of the work that goes on in Professor Schoellig’s lab!

UTIAS researchers launch drone outreach program in Thunder Bay - October 10, 2018
This past spring, a team of researchers from the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) partnered with Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School (DFC), a high school in Thunder Bay, Ont. serving Indigenous students from communities in northern Ontario. The researchers delivered a series of online and in-class workshops aimed at teaching Grade 10 science students how to build a quadrotor drone. The initiative was spearheaded by Professor Craig Steeves and CARRE’s Associate Director Professor Jonathan Kelly (both UTIAS). The program was made possible by support from the Dean’s Strategic Fund from the Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE).

National robotics consortium wins $5.5M NSERC Strategic Partnership Grant - August 10, 2018
CARRE Associate Director Professor Angela Schoellig and Professor Steven Waslander are at the forefront of NSERC Canadian Robotics Network that aims to advance Canada’s role as a global leader in the field.

CARRE is listed in the Ontario Aerospace Council’s (OAC) 2018 Capabilities Directory - July 2018
The Capabilities Directory promotes Ontario’s aerospace industry and all its aerospace companies to the global aerospace market.

Go North Youth Event, BT Breakfast Television - June 5, 2018
Stella is Live at University of Toronto Go North Youth Event.

Science Rendezvous 2018 - May 12, 2018
CARRE participated in UofT's annual Science Rendezvous 2018 festival.

CARRE Associate Director Professor Angela Schoellig named to MIT Technology Review’s Innovators Under 35 - August 16, 2017
Professor Angela Schoellig demonstrates a drone that can land on water to take environmental samples. She has just been named one of MIT Technology Review’s Innovators Under 35 for 2017

Robohub - April 13, 2016
Performing rescue missions with drone networks: Interview with Samira Hayat.

U of T News - May 20, 2015
Drone experts: U of T to train 150 grad students to fight forest fires, monitor crops, pipelines and railways with drones.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada - May 20, 2015
Government of Canada supports university-industry collaborations to prepare science and engineering graduates for jobs.

U of T Engineering News - May 12, 2015
Three U of T engineers named Inventors of the Year.

Daily Commercial News - January 29, 2015
Drones could keep watchful eye on construction sites.

Breakfast Television - September 3, 2014
Jenn & Winston live at University of Toronto.

Robohub - October 15, 2013
25 women in robotics you need to know about (2013).