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Dr. Mae Seto Appointed to Irving Shipbuilding Research Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Dr. Mae Seto has been appointed to the Irving Shipbuilding Research Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems.
The work of the chair will concern advancements in the decision-making and problem-solving power of marine autonomous systems, with potential benefits for a range of industries, including research, marine transportation, search & rescue, energy, and defense.
In addition to its research aims, the chair will aim to build a foundation of sustainable Canadian talent in the field, by housing research projects for graduate students and introducing new undergraduate courses in marine engineering.
Read more about the announcement and Dr. Seto's work on DalNews.
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