The University of Toronto Aerospace Team (UTAT) is the school's largest design team. Our main projects include UAS (drones), Space Systems (small satellites) and Rocketry. They are a team dedicated to making our projects accessible and open, and are looking to provide students opportunities to develop their skills and further their careers in aerospace.
UofT's Seismic Design Team applies structural engineering principles to design balsa-wood models of earthquake resistant buildings. Each year, they compete in the EERI seismic design competition and pursue research projects to improve their tower’s performance. Join them to learn civil, structural and seismic engineering concepts through a fun and challenging hands-on design project!
ISET aims to build sustainable Martian systems that would make it more feasible for Humans to settle on the Red Planet or simply harvest its resources for use on Earth. After all, WE might be the ones traveling there one day!
UT BIOME is an engineering design team dedicated to developing innovative biomedical devices that enhance the lives of individuals and communities in need. They work on high-impact projects focused on the research, design, prototyping, and testing phases of biomedical product development!
UTFR is a design team that designs, builds, and races a small formula-style race car, competing in the Formula Student/FSAE design series. Members learn and apply their skills in a hands-on interactive environment, operating as a fully-fledged race team with the practices and expertise of the automotive industry.
The University of Toronto Chemical Vehicle Club (UTCV) is a multidisciplinary club that designs small electric vehicles that consist of a battery and a chemical timer. They compete annually at the AIChE Chem-E-Car student conference. They strive to provide meaningful and creative experiences for undergraduate students interested in applied chemistry and mechatronics.
Founded in 1997, Blue Sky Solar Racing aims to design and build better solar racing cars and compete in the World Solar Challenge. Now a team of over 50 students, Blue Sky continues to help push the limits of sustainable vehicle design, while providing valuable learning opportunities in the process.
The University of Toronto Concrete Toboggan Team designs and fabricates a toboggan that features a shell, steering and braking system, and a fully concrete running surface. Every year they have the opportunity to compete in the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race, attracting over 20 different universities across North America. The competition is judged not only on the outcome of the races, but also on design, technical application, and spirit.
Future-Living Lab is a student-run innovation lab with a passion for exploring the future of sustainable building design and pushing design innovations. They focus on conceptual building design while merging our collective interests in sustainability, building science, architecture, and engineering. Their aim is to provide students with hands-on experience through various building projects.
At Spark Design Club, we create interactive displays for the enjoyment of students, faculty, and campus visitors. Their goal is to bring "fun" back and spark joy through the interaction of players and machines. Join them to learn how to design, solder, wire, program, and assemble their next creative display!