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Engineered Technologies Research

Engineered Technologies Research
Engineered Technologies Applied Research Lab performs real-time and non-invasive monitoring of growing crops on a prototype commercial-scale aquaponics system.

Led by Dr. Etienne Mfoumou, the Engineered Technologies Applied Research Lab offers unique, cross-disciplinary design solutions that connect engineering, biology, and innovative devices to a number of technology-based sectors. Their inclusive-design approach helps small and medium-size enterprises in Nova Scotia address their individual needs to advance products and services.

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Engineered Technologies Research Facilities

The Engineered Technology Lab is equipped with specialized equipment, such as the Acoustic Systems Trainer for SONAR used to test and develop underwater acoustic-based devices, a ZEPTO Plasma System for process development, cleaning and surface activation, and a portable and modular spectrometer used to develop more effective monitoring and prediction techniques for field application. The lab is also home to an ultrasonic measurement of applied residual stresses device and ultrasonic peening technology used for condition monitoring and repair of 3D printed parts and welded elements.

Research associate, Jordan Kamga, in the Design & Innovation Centre.
Research associate, Jordan Kamga, in the Design & Innovation Centre.

The Design & Innovation Centre provides a machine shop area where NSCC can work with industry and entrepreneurs to explore new ideas using a specialized suite of technology that includes advanced design software, reverse engineering, and different 3D printing technologies, including a Renishaw metal 3D printer.

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