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Congratulations to our 2020 Graduates and Award Winners

Date: November 26, 2020
Congratulations to the class of 2020! We’re excited for you to celebrate your university achievements, and to embark on your next chapter and the bright future ahead.We celebrated our Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Master of Engineering graduates on November 23, 2020 as part of the virtual Mechanical Engineering Virtual Graduation Reception and Awards Ceremony. […]


Using Machine Learning to Improve Vessel Fuel Efficiency

Date: November 24, 2020
Under the guidance of visiting professor Fredrik Ahlgren, two students from the Master of Engineering and Master of Engineering Leadership in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering worked on a project for BC Ferries to develop a machine learning model that can predict vessel fuel consumption.


MEL Student Project: Improving Naval Vessel Operations Through Data Visualization

Date: October 26, 2020
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering student Gaby Marino completed a student project where she investigated the potential for data visualization software to streamline operations on naval vessels. She talked to us in August 2020 about her work.


NAME Professor teaches course on machine learning techniques at international marine conference

Date: August 31, 2020
On August 15th and 16th Dr. Rajeev Jaiman offered a successful short course, “Physics-Based Data-Driven Modeling and Machine Learning: Application to Marine/Offshore Engineering” at OMAE, the international conference on ocean, offshore and arctic engineering.  Dr. Jaiman’s two-day course focused on advanced data-driven and physics-based machine learning techniques and applications to fundamental unsteady flow and fluid-structure […]


NAME MEL Alumnus Story – Pavan Rao

Date: August 16, 2020
After training as a marine engineer, Pavan went on to spend six years working on board oil tankers and bulk carriers. Now, after completing the MEL in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, he’s returned to his passion for ship-building and is working as a production engineer contractor for Seaspan.