by Peter Martin

Engineering Curriculum Manager | Quanser Inc.

I could be wrong, but I don’t think that anyone really ever enjoyed slide shows. I realize that the 60s were a different time, and the options for entertainment were somewhat more limited than they are now, but I’m still...

by Murtaza Bohra

Engineering Curriculum Developer | Quanser Consulting Inc.

It all started in my grade 12 physics classroom. The birthplace of my doubt. I was hanging on by a thin rope connecting my desire to innovate and my parents’ desire for me to become a neurosurgeon. I questioned the...

by Quanser

Employer of amazing people | Quanser

Take Our Kids to Work is an annual program in which Grade 9, students spend the day in the workplace of a parent, relative, friend or volunteer experiencing and learning about the world of work. Held on the first Wednesday of...

by Michel Levis

Application Engineer | Quanser Inc.

Quanser attended the Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC) 2017 this year and delivered a new workshop entitled Emerging Techniques in Control and Mechatronics Education: Preparing Students for the Age of IoT. This session presents some of the recent work...

by Simon Whitmell

Engineering Curriculum Specialist | Quanser

My son is one-and-a-half years old and he loves Thomas the tank engine. As a father this makes me happy because it means I have a reliable tool with which to derail (no pun intended) temper tantrums. However, it also...