Monthly Archives: September 2015

Even Non Engineers Can Learn Design Optimization!

For 10 years I studied worked in the Computational Aerodynamics Group at the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies. It's goal is researching into designing environmentally friendly aircraft. Specifically, I worked in the area of "aerodynamic shape optimization", where I used computer algorithms to design wings with the least amount of drag. While the group had undergraduate and graduate… Read more →

It's Hard Work!

I don't think that I have ever spent as much time on design posters for Hart House Orchestra as I have this season. The issue at heart is that our conductor Henry Janzen has very clear visions of what the works need to do, and I very much like the posters to match as closely to his vision as possible.… Read more →