Overview of the Faculty

The Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering

Administrative Officers

Office of The Dean
Dean: Chris Yip, BASc, PhD, FEIC, FAAAS, PEng
Vice-Dean, Undergraduate: Thomas W. Coyle, BSc, BA, ScD
Vice-Dean, Graduate Studies: Julie Audet, BSc, MSc, PhD
Vice-Dean, Research: Ramin Farnood, BASc, MASc, PhD
Vice-Dean, First Year Engineering: TBA
Associate Dean, Cross-Disciplinary Programs: Bryan W. Karney, BASc, MEng, PhD, FAAAS, PEng
Director, Office of the Dean: Cathy Grilo 
Assistant Dean, Administration: Lisa Simpson-Camilleri, BA

Office of the Registrar
Faculty Registrar: Don MacMillan, BA, MEd
Associate Registrar, Director of Admissions: Helen Bright, BA (Hon), MISt
Associate Registrar, Student Services & Records: Khuong Doan, BSc
Associate Registrar, Information Systems: Dan Pettigrew, BASc
Assistant Registrar, Academic Scheduling & Senior Business Analyst: Chris Brown, BA
Assistant Registrar, Scholarships & Financial Aid: Pierina Filippone

Engineering Computing Facilities
Director: Phil Poulos, BSc, MSc

Engineering Career Centre
Director: Roger Francis, BA, MA
Director, Student Development & Career Programming: Estelle Oliva-Fisher, MEd
Assistant Director: Chioma Ekpo, MA (On secondment) 

Advancement Office
Director, Alumni Relations: Sonia De Buglio, BASc, MASc
 

An Overview

Founded in 1873, the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering community includes 5,235 undergraduate students, 2,498 graduate students, 266 professors, 345 staff and more than 50,000 alumni worldwide.

Our graduates have pursued careers in all engineering fields throughout Canada and the world. They contribute towards resource industries, manufacturing, transportation, communications, as well as law, finance and health care systems. Skule alumni are employed by governments, private enterprise and throughout our educational system. Many have become leaders in major corporations, businesses and develop new companies as technological entrepreneurs.

 

Programs Of Study

The Faculty offers a wide range of undergraduate and post-graduate studies in engineering. Students will qualify for the Bachelor of Applied Science degree (BASc) in any one of the following programs:

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering  
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Lassonde Mineral Engineering

Students enrolled in Engineering Science will qualify for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Science (BASc in Engineering Science) in one of the following majors:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Systems Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Energy Systems Engineering
  • Infrastructure Engineering (no longer available to new students)
  • Engineering Mathematics, Statistics & Finance
  • Engineering Physics
  • Machine Intelligence
  • Robotics Engineering

Curricula for all programs of study are set out in detail in the Curriculum and Programs section of this calendar.

 

Faculty Structure

Most of Engineering's undergraduate students' teaching is provided by 266 professors across the Faculty's five departments and two institutes: the departments of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Civil & Mineral Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies and Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering.

The Faculty is fortunate to be part of a great University that provides access to a vast range of resources. The departments of Computer Science, English, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy and Physics — all in the Faculty of Arts & Science — make important contributions to the Engineering curriculum. 

The Engineering Alumni Association, which all graduates belong to, supports the ongoing work of the Faculty, and, through representative membership on the Faculty Council, participates in governance. The buildings of the Faculty are located primarily at the south end of the University's St. George campus.

The Faculty's decanal offices are located in the Bahen Centre for Information Technology, University of Toronto, 44 St. George Street. Students seeking information about any aspect of study in the Faculty are encouraged to visit the Office of the Registrar, which is located in the Galbraith Building, room 157, 35 St. George Street.

 

Engineering Society

Every Engineering undergraduate is a member of the Engineering Society. Founded in 1885, the Society is the oldest formal Engineering organization in Canada. Together with its constituent "course clubs" (one for each program), the Society plans and operates many student activities and services. It is the focal point for the traditional Skule™ spirit that exists among Engineering students — the envy of other groups in the University. This sense of spirit and community continues throughout our graduates' professional careers. The Society operates the Engineering stores where students purchase most of their school supplies and instruments; additionally, it deals with matters of policy relating to student academic affairs and has representation on Faculty Council and its Standing Committees.

 

Engineering Computing Facility

The Engineering Computing Facility (ECF) provides a variety of computing services for teaching, learning and research within the Faculty, as well as offering support for departmental computers and computer communication throughout the Faculty. ECF has networks of distributed computing systems accessible from hundreds of terminals. Every undergraduate in the Faculty is entitled to an ECF account. The intention is to have the computing system used as often as the student requires it in his or her studies, just as one might use a library or other communal resource. Normally, students access their ECF accounts through terminals on campus.

There are two major components to ECF: general Linux and Windows environments. The general purpose Linux machines consist of 185 PCs that run Linux. All of these systems are interconnected with Ethernet and share files (using NFS). They are also connected to the campus backbone network, and thereby, to the Internet. This provides students with electronic mail and electronic file transfer capabilities, as well as access to remote sites such as supercomputer facilities. 

The ECF Windows environment is composed of 183 PCs for CAD and general applications that run Windows 10. The ECF Windows servers also support labs in Civil, Lassonde Mineral, Mechanical & Industrial, Chemical, Materials Science, Engineering Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering and Aerospace. ECF also maintains Linux and Windows multiprocessor machines as well as a bank of remote access Windows workstations giving students the ability to work remotely.

 

Coordinated Bachelor/Master's Program

Students who intend to continue their studies to a Master’s degree after completion of the BASc program may pursue the Coordinated Bachelor/Master’s Program in the fourth year of the undergraduate curriculum. Departmental approval is required.

After completion of the BASc degree, and upon acceptance by the School of Graduate Studies, a student can extend the topic of their coordinated program thesis to a Master’s thesis, which is normally under the supervision of the same thesis advisor. This program permits a significant reduction in the time it would typically take a student to complete their Master’s degree requirements.

A student who wishes to enrol in a coordinated program thesis should consult the departmental graduate coordinators about the academic requirements for the MASc or MEng degrees and obtain approval from their thesis topic from the BASc Thesis Coordinator. The Thesis Coordinator will require assurance that the BASc thesis project provides a suitable preparation for the proposed MASc thesis or MEng project and that satisfactory arrangements have been made for supervision of both the coordinated program thesis and the proposed Master’s program.

 

Graduate Study And Research

Beyond the undergraduate level, the Faculty has a strong commitment to graduate studies and research. Our graduate students work in an environment where innovation thrives and they play a vital role in ground-breaking research. 

The Faculty offers the following degrees at the graduate level: 

  • Master of Engineering (MEng): Professional degree in engineering with a number of emphasis options, including ELITE (Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Innovation & Technology in Engineering), Analytics, Robotics, Sustainable Energy, Advanced Manufacturing, Sustainable Aviation, Forensic Engineering, Identity, Privacy & Security, Aerial Robotics, Engineering & Globalization and Advanced Water Technologies. 
  • The Master of Engineering (MEng) in Biomedical Engineering focuses on the design and commercialization of biomedical devices.
  • Master of Engineering in Cities Engineering & Management (MEng C.E.M)
  • Master of Applied Science (MASc): Traditional, full-time, research-intensive master's degree.
  • Master of Health Science in Clinical Engineering (MHSc): Combines the fields of engineering, life sciences, medicine and clinical application.
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): Highest degree in engineering.

For further information visit gradstudies.engineering.utoronto.ca.

 

Special Students

An individual who wishes to enrol as a special student or non-degree (not proceeding to a degree) should consult the Engineering Undergraduate Admissions Office at 416-978-0120 regarding admission requirements and the procedure for application.

The deadlines for submitting applications are as follows:

  *Summer Session — April 1
  *Fall Session — August 1
  *Winter Session — December 1 

Fees must be paid by the deadline listed in the Calendar. Failure to pay by this date will result in the cancellation of registration.

 

Undergraduate Enrolment as of November 1, 2019

Program Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total
Full-Time Enrolment          
Chemical Engineering 120 110 104 166 500
Civil Engineering 92 90 103 166 451
Computer Engineering 128 193 179 365 865
Electrical Engineering 295 203 182 312 992
Engineering Science 295 203 182 312 992
Industrial Engineering 68 121 119 183 491
Lassonde Mineral Engineering 33 8 11 18 70
Materials Engineering 61 38 41 59 199
Mechanical Engineering 127 186 167 312 792
Track One (General Engineering) 233 NA NA NA 233
Total: Full-time 1225 1071 1038 1789 5123
           
Part-Time Enrolment          
Chemical Engineering 5 7 0 1 13
Civil Engineering 3 2 6 7 18
Computer Engineering 8 6 3 14 31
Electrical Engineering 1 8 2 10 21
Engineering Science 1 2 2 15 20
Industrial Engineering 5 6 3 6 20
Lassonde Mineral Engineering 4 1 1 1 7
Materials Engineering 0 3 1 5 9
Mechanical Engineering 5 4 8 6 23
Track One (General Engineering) 6 NA NA NA 6
Total: Part-time 38 39 26 65 168
           
Program Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total
International Foundation Program         42
Professional Experience Year Co-op         717
Total Undergraduates 1263 1110 1064 1854 5291

 

 

Academic Staff Of The Faculty

Aerospace Science and Engineering

Director
C. J. Damaren, BASc, MASc, PhD, FCASI, AFAIAA, PEng. J. Armand Bombardier Foundation Chair in Aerospace Flight

Professor And Associate Director
P. Lavoie, BSc (Queen’s), MSc (Queen’s), PhD (Newcastle), AFAIAA, PEng, Percy Edward Hart Professor in Aerospace Engineering

Associate Professor And Associate Director
C. A. Steeves, BA, BASc (UBC), PhD (Cantab), PEng

Associate Professor And Undergraduate Coordinator
P. R. Grant, BASc (Manitoba), MASc, PhD, PEng

Professors Emeriti
J. D. DeLaurier, BS (Illinois), MS (Stanford), PhD (Stanford)
J. B. French, BASc, MSc (Birmingham) PhD, FRSC, FCASI, FRSA, PEng, Member of Order of Canada
J. J. Gottlieb, BSc, MSc (Saskatchewan), PhD, FCASI, PEng
A. A. Haasz, BASc, MASc, PhD, FCASI, PEng
J. S. Hansen, BASc, MASc, PhD (Waterloo), PEng
P. C. Hughes, BASc, MASc, PhD, MBA (York, 1996), FCASI, FCAE, AFAIAA, PEng
G. W. Johnston, BASc, MASc, PhD, FCASI
L. D. Reid, BASc, MASc, PhD, FCASI, FAIAA, PEng
P. C. Stangeby, BSc, MSc, DIPL-SCI, DPhil (Oxon), FAPS, FRSC
P. A. Sullivan, BE (NSW), ME (NSW), DIC, PhD (London), FCASI, PEng
R. C. Tennyson, BASc, MASc, PhD, FCASI, PEng

Titled Professors
T. D. Barfoot, BASc, PhD, PEng, Tier II Canada Research Chair in Autonomous Space Robotics
P. B. Nair, B. Tech. (IIT Bombay), MTech (IIT Bombay), PhD (Southhampton) Tier II Canada Research Chair in Computational Modeling & Design Optimization Under Uncertainty
D. W. Zingg, BASc, MASc, PhD, FCASI, AFAIAA, FCAE, PEng, U of T Distinguished Professor of Computational Aerodynamics & Sustainable Aviation

Titled Associate Professor
P. B. Nair, BTech (IIT Bombay), MTech (IIT Bombay), PhD (Southhampton) Tier II Canada Research Chair in Computational Modeling & Design Optimization Under Uncertainty

Professors
G. M. T. D’Eleuterio, BASc, MASc, PhD
C. P. T. Groth, BASc (UBC), MASc, PhD
O. L. Gulder, BSc (METU), MSc (METU), PhD (Manchester), AFAIAA, FCAE
H. H. T. Liu, BEng (Shanghai), MEng (Beijing), PhD, AFAIAA, PEng

Associate Professors
A. Ekmekci, BS (Istanbul Tech), MS (Lehigh), PhD (Lehigh)
S. L. Waslander, BScE(Queen’s), MS (Stanford), PhD (Stanford)

Associate Professors, Teaching Stream
J. W. Davis, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng
M. R. Emami, BSc (Sharif), MSc (Sharif),PhD, PEng

Associate Professor & Director, Space Flight Laboratory
R. Zee, BASc (Waterloo), MASc, PhD

Assistant Professors
J. Kelly, BSc (Alberta), MSc (Alberta), MS (USC), PhD (USC)
A. P. Schoellig, MSc (Georgia Tech), Dipl. in Eng. (Stuttgart), PhD (ETH Zürich)
M. Yano, BS (Georgia Tech), SM (MIT), PhD (MIT)

Assistant Professor, Status Only
B. C. Haycock, BSc (Queen’s), MASc, PhD, PEng

Adjunct Professors
K. A. Carroll, BASc, MASc, PhD
F. Liu, BSc (Tsinghua), PhD (Sheffield)
C. Ower, BASc, MASc, PhD (Carleton)
C. Sallaberger, BASc (Waterloo), MSc (Berkley), PhD

 

Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering

Professor & Director of the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering (IBBME)
W. Chan, BSc (Illinois), PhD (Indiana)

Professor & Associate Director of Research, IBBME
J. Rocheleau, BSc (Windsor), PhD (Western)

Associate Professor & Associate Director, Graduate Studies, IBBME
J.E. Davies, BSc (Cardiff), BDS (Wales), PhD (London), DSc (London)

Associate Professor & Associate Director, Professional Program, IBBME
J. Andrysek, BSc (Guelph), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Utrech).

Professors Emerti
R. S. C. Cobbold, BSc (London), MSc (Saskatchewan), PhD (Saskatchewan), FRSC, ECE
A. M. Dolan, BSc (Saskatchewan), MSc (Missouri)
R. C. Frecker, BSc (MEM), MD (Dalhousie), PhD (Toronto), ECE
A. Goldenberg, BSc (Technion), MSc (Technion), PhD (Toronto, FIEEE, FASME, PEng, CEng, MechE & ECE
M. L. G. Joy, BSc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, ECE
H. Kunov, MSc (Denmark), PhD (Denmark), PEng, ECE
B. E. Maki, BASc (UBC), MSc (MIT), PhD (Strathclyde), PEng, Surgery, Centre for Studies in Aging, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
M. Milner, PhD (WITS), DSc (Queen's). PEng, CCE, MARS Institute
K. H. Norwich, MD, BSc, MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Physiology
R. Pilliar, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Leeds), PEng, Dentistry
K. P. H. Pritzker, BSc (Toronto), MD (Toronto), Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology, Pathology, Surgery, Mt. Sinai
P. Y. Wang, BSc (McGill), PhD (McGill)

University Professors
M. V. Sefton, BASc (Toronto), ScD (MIT), PEng, FCIC, FBSE., FRSC, Michael E. Charles Professor, Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research
M. S. Shoichet, BSc, (MIT), MSc, PhD (Massachusetts), Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research, Canada Research Chair in Tissue Engineering
P. Zandstra, BEng (McGill), PhD (UBC), Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research,Canada Research Chair in Stem Cell Bioengineering

Titled Professors
A. Mihailidis, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Strathclyde), PEng, Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Barbara G. Stymiest Reserach Chair in Rehabilitation Techology
A. P. McGuigan, MEng (Oxford), PhD (Toronto), Post-Doc (Harvard, Stanford)
M. Radisic, BEng (McMaster), PhD (MIT), PEng, Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Canada Research Chair in Functional Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering
J. Rocheleau, BSc (Windsor), PhD (Western), Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism, Toronto General Research Institute, Percy Edward Hart Professor of Biomedical Engineering
A. Wheeler, BS. (Furman), PhD (Stanford), Chemistry, Banting & Best Department of Medical Research, Canada Research Chair in Bioanalytical Chemistry, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research

Professors
B. L. Bardakjian, BSc (Alexandria), BEd (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (McMaster), PEng, ECE, Medicine
T. Chau, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Waterloo), PEng, Director, Bloorview Research Institute, ECE, Department of Rehabilitation Science, Neuroscience, Toronto Reahilitation Institute
J. E. Davies, BSc (Cardiff), BDS (Wales), PhD (London), DSc (London), Dentistry, MSE, Surgery
G. R. Fernie, BSc (Sussex), PhD (Strathclyde), MIMECHE, CEng, PEng, CCE, Surgery, MIE
M. D. Grynpas, MSc (Licence, Brussels), PhD (London), Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology
R.A. Kandel, MD, Materials Engineering, Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology
M. Popovic, BSc (Yugoslavia), MSc, PhD (Toronto), Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
J. P. Santerre, BSc (Dalhousie), MSc (UNB), PhD (McMaster), Dentistry, ChemE, MSE
C. A. Simmons, BSc (Guelph), SM (MIT), PhD (Toronto), PEng, MIE, Dentistry, Canada Research Chair in Mechanobiology
D. A. Steinman, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, MIE
C. M. Yip, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Minnesota), PEng, ChemE, Biochemistry, Donnelly Centre 

Associate Professors
J. Andrysek, BSc (Guelph), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Utrecht), PEng, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
J. Audet, BSc (Laval), MSc (Laval), PhD (British Columbia), PEng, ChemE, Donnelly Centre
J. C. Bouwmeester, BSc, PhD (Calgary)
R. Fernandez-Gonzalez, BSc (Madrid), PhD (Berkeley), Cell & Systems Biology
P. M. Gilbert, BS (Haverford), PhD (Pennsylvania), Donnelly Centre
O. Levi, BSc (Jerusalem), MSc (Hebrew), PhD (Jerusalem), ECE
H. L. Cheng, BSc (Calgary), MSc (Calgary), PhD (Toronto, ECE, Hospital for Sick Children
N. Matsuura, BSc Eng, MScEng (Queen's), PhD (Toronto), PEng
A. McGuigan, MEng (Oxford), PhD (Toronto), ChemE
E. D. Sone, BSc (Toronto), MS (Northwestern), PhD, (Northwestern), PEng, MSE, Dentistry
K. Truong , BASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), ECE
W. Wong, BSc, (Toronto) MSc, (Toronto) PhD (Toronto), ECE
P. Yoo, BASc (Toronto), MSc (USC), PhD (Case Western Reserve), ECE
L. You, BSc (Beijing), MSc (Beijing), PhD (New York), PEng, MIE
J. Zariffa, BEng (McGill), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

Assistant Professors
E. Biddiss, BASc, (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Rehabilitation Sciences, Bloorview Research Institute
L. Chou, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)  
M. Garton, PhD (Nottingham)
A. Kushki, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
K. Masani, BEd (Tokyo), MEd (Tokyo), PhD (Tokyo), Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

Cross-Appointed Academic Staff
C. Allen, BSc (Ottawa), PhD (McGill), Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
C. Amon, ScD (MIT), FAAAS, FASEE, FASME, FIEEE, PE (VA), NAE, Dean Emerita, U of T Engineering, Alumni Chair Professor of Bioengineering
R. Aviv, MBChB (Cape Town), MRCP (UK), FRCP (C), DABR, Associate Vice Chair, Research-Brain, Spine & Nerve, Medical Imaging; Neuroradiologist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
B. Benhabib, BSc (Bogazici), BSc (Technion), PhD (Toronto), MIE
S. Black, BSc (Toronto), MD (Toronto), Brill Chair in Neurology, Sunnybrook Research Institute
G. Borschel, BSc (Emory), MD (Johns Hopkins), Surgery, Hospital for Sick Children
J. Cafazzo, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, Centre for Global eHealth, University Health Network, Health Policy, Management & Evaluation
C. Caldarone, BA (Johns Hopkins), MD (Columbia), Division of Cardiovascular Surgery, Hospital for Sick Children
P. Carlen, MD (Toronto), FRCPC, Division of Neurology, Physiology, University Health Network
M. Chakravarty, BEng (Waterloo), MEng, PhD (McGill), Psychiatry, Rotman Research Institute (Baycrest)
A. M. Cheung, MD (Johns Hopkins), PhD (Harvard), Medicine, Engineering, Women’s Health
D. Cheyne, BSc (Waterloo), MA (Simon Fraser), PhD (Simon Fraser), Medical Imaging, SickKids Research Institute
C. Coolens, MSc, (Ghent), MSc (University College London), PhD (London), Radiation Oncology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre & University Health Network
D. Cvitkovitch, BSc (Manitoba), MSc (Manitoba), PhD (Manitoba), Dentistry
J. Drake, BS (Princeton), MBBCH (Dublin), MSc, FRCS, Surgery, Hospital for Sick Children
T. Dutta, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), MIE, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
W. Farhat, MD, FRCSC, FAAP, Surgery, Hospital for Sick Children
Y. Finer, BSc (Hebrew), DMD (Hebrew), PhD (Toronto), MSc (Toronto), Dentistry
V. Forte, MD (Toronto), Department of Otolaryngology, Hospital for Sick Children
B. Ganss, BSc (Wurzburg), MSc (Regensburg), PhD (Regensburg), Dentistry
H. Ginsberg, BASc (Toronto), MD (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), FRCSC, Neurosurgery
S. Goyal, BTech (IIT Bombay), MS (Washington), PhD (Princeton), Physics, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
T. Grantcharov, MD (Plodiv), PhD (Aarhus), Surgery
A. Guenther, MSc (Hanover), PhD (ETH Zurich), MIE
A. Gross, MD (Toronto), Orthopaedic Surgery
R.V. Harrison, BSc (England), PhD (England), DSc (UK), Otolaryngology, Physiology, SickKids Research Institute
B. Hatton, BSc Eng (Queen's), MEng (McMaster), PhD (Toronto), MSE
B. Hinz, BSc, MSc, PhD (Bonn), Dentistry, Surgery
K. Hynynen, BS (Kuopio), MSc (Kuopio), PhD (Aberdeen), Medical Biophysics, Canada Research Chair in Imaging Systems & Image Guided Therapy, Sunnybrook Research Institute
M. Islam, BSc (Rajshahi), MSc (Rajshahi), MS (Florida), PhD (Florida), Radiation Oncology, Princess Margaret Hospital
D. Jaffray, BSc (Alberta), PhD (Western), Radiation Oncology, Medical Biophysics, Princess Margaret Hospital
S. John, BA (Reed), MSc (McGill), PhD (Toronto), Rotman Research Institute, Neuroscience Program
A. Keating, BSc (Ottawa), MD (Ottawa), Hematology; Gloria & Seymour Epstein Chair in Cell Therapy & Transplantation, University Health Network
S. Kelley, BA (Seaton Hall), PhD (CIT), Pharmacy, Biomolecular Sciences
S. Keshavjee, BA (Toronto), MD (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), Surgery, University Health Network
E. Kumacheva, BS (Technical University), MSc (Leningrad), PhD (Moscow), Chemistry
A. Kushki, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
S. Lapinsky, MB, BCh (Witwatersrand), FCP (SA), MSc, FRCP (Witwatersrand), Medicine, ICU, Mount Sinai Hospital
R. Li, MD (Harbin), MHSc (Shanxi), MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Surgery, Laboratory Medicine, Medical Science, St. Michael’s Hospital
R. Mahadevan, BTech. (Indian Institute of Technology), PhD (Delaware), ChemE
A. Mandelis, BS, (Yale), MA (Princeton), MSE (Princeton), PhD (Princeton), MIE, ECE
A. P. McGuigan, MEng (Oxford), PhD (Toronto), Post-Doc (Harvard, Stanford)
P. Milgram, BSc, MSEE (Israel), PhD, MIE
J. Milstein, BS (Northern Illinois), PhD (Colorado), Chemical & Physical Sciences UTM
C. Morshead, BScH (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Surgery, Rehabilitation Science, Program in Neuroscience, Donnelly Centre
A. Nachman, BSc (McGill), MA (Princeton), PhD (Princeton), Mathematics, ECE
H.E. Naguib, BSc (Alexandria), MEng (Egypt), PhD (Toronto), MechE
S. Nunes de Vasconcelos, BS (Rio de Janeiro), PhD (Alabama), Toronto General Research Institute
J. Parker, BSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), MBioteach Department of Biology
N. Paul, MD (South Hampton), Thoracic Imaging, Cardiothoracic Radiology, UHN
S. Prescott, BSc (McGill), MSc (McGill), MD CM PhD (McGill), Physiology
E. Schemitsch, MD (Toronto), FRCSC, Surgery, St. Michael's Hospital
T. Schweizer, BA (Waterloo), MASc (Waterloo), PhD (Waterloo), Surgery, St. Michaels’s
M. Shamji, BS (Yale), MD (Queen's), PhD (Duke), FRCSC (Ottawa), ACSSFT (Calgary), Surgery, Toronto Western Hospital
K. Shojania, BSc (Manitoba), MD (Manitoba), Institute of Medical Sciences, Sunnybrook
J.G. Sled, BASc (UBC), MEng (McGill), PhD (McGill), Medical Biophysics, Hospital for Sick Children
A. Slutsky, BASc (Toronto), MD (McMaster), MASc (Toronto), FCAHS, FRSC, Medicine, St. Michael's Hospital, Chair-Clinical Trials Ontario
W. Song, BSc (Calgary), PhD (Western), Department Medical Physics, Department Radiation Oncology, Sunnybrook Research Institute
C. Steele, BA (Toronto), MHSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Speech-Language Pathology, Neuroscience
B. Strauss, PhD (Erasmus), MD (Toronto), Medicine, Sunnybrook
Y. Sun, MS (Minnesota), PhD (Minnesota), MIE, ECE, Canada Research Chair in Micro & Nano Engineering Systems
M. Thompson, BSc (Wales), PhD (McMaster), Chemistry
P. Trbovich, BA (Ottawa), MA (Carleton), PhD (Carleton), Toronto General Hospital
T. Valiante, BSc (Toronto), MD (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Department of Surgery, University Health Network, Wester Hospital Research Institute, TECHNA Research Institute
S. Viswanathan, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), University Health Network, Cell Therapy
T. Waddell, MD (Ottawa), MSc (Toronto, PhD, (Toronto), FRCSC, FACS, Surgery, Toronto General Research Institute
R. Weersink, BSc (Western), PhD (Toronto), MCCPM, Department of Radiation Oncology, Techna (UHN)
C. Whyne, BSc (Queen's), PhD (Berkeley), Surgery, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
G.A. Wright, BASc (Waterloo), MASc (Waterloo), PhD (Stanford), Medical Biophysics, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada Research Chair in Imaging for Cardiovascular Theraputics
A. Yachie, BASc (Keio), MASc (Keio), PhD (Keio), Systems Biology Institute (SBI), Japan
A. Yadollahi, BSc (Sharif), MSc (Sharif), PhD (Manitoba), Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
K. Yasufuku, MD (Chiba), PhD (Chiba), Surgery, Toronto General Hospital, Hospital for Sick Children
A. Yee, MD (Toronto), MSc (Toronto), Surgery, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
E. Young, BASc (British Columbia), MASc (British Columbia), PhD (Toronto), MIE
G. Zheng, BS (China), PhD (SUNY), Medical Biophysics, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum/Brazilian Ball Chair in Prostate Cancer Research, Ontario Cancer Institute
A. Zilman, BASc (Tel-Aviv), MSc (Weizmann Institute of Science), PhD (Weizmann Institute of Science), Physics
J. Rocheleau, BSc (Windsor), PhD (Western), Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism, Toronto General Research Institute
D. Kilkenny, BSc (Western), PhD (Western)
J.C. Bouwmeester, BSc, PhD (Calgary)
P. Zandstra, B.Eng. (McGill), PhD (UBC), ChemE, Donnelly Centre, Canada Research Chair in Stem Cell Bioengineering
W.C. Chan, BSc (Illinois-Urbana Champaign), PhD (Indiana University), MSE, ChemE, Canada Research Chair in Bionanotechnology, Donnelly Centre
C.A. Simmons, BSc (Guelph), SM (MIT), PhD (Toronto), PEng, MIE, Dentistry, Canada Research Chair in Mechanobiology

Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry

Professor & Chair of The Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry
D. G. Allen, BASc, MASc (Toronto), PhD (Waterloo), PEng

Professor, Associate Chair & Graduate Coordinator
R. Mahadevan, BTech (Indian Institute of Technology), PhD (Delaware)

Associate Professor, Associate Chair & Undergraduate Coordinator
T. P. Bender, BSc, PhD (Ottawa), MCIC, MACS

Associate Professor & Associate Chair, Research
M. Radisic, BEng, PhD (MIT), Post-doc Harvard-MIT

Professors Emeriti
S. T. Balke, BEng (RMC), PhD (McMaster), PEng
D. Barham, BScEng, DIC, ARSM, PhD (London)
D. G. B. Boocock, BSc, ARCS, CIC, PhD (London), DIC
W. H. Burgess, BChE, MFS, PhD (Cornell), PEng
C. E. Chaffey, BSc, PhD (McGill), PEng, CChem
M. E. Charles, BSc (London), MSc, PhD (Alberta), FCIC, FCAE, PEng
L. L. Diosady, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), FCIC, PEng, CEng
F. R. Foulkes, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), PEng
R. L. Hummel, BS (Purdue), PhD (Iowa), FCIC, PEng
R. E. Jervis, BA, MA, PhD (Toronto), FRSC, FCIC, FCNS, FCSCA, FIAFS, PEng
M. Kawaji, BASc (Toronto), MSc, PhD (Berkeley), FASME, PEng
R. Luus, BASc, MASc (Toronto), AM, PhD (Princeton), FCIC, PEng
D. Mackay, BSc, ARCST, PhD (Glasgow), FCIC, PEng
C.A. Mims, BS (Texas), PhD (Berkeley)
D.H. Napier, BSc, MSc, PhD (London), FInstE., CChem, CEng
J.C. Paradi, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), FCAE, PEng
M.J. Phillips, BASc (Toronto), MA (Bryn Mawr), PhD (Johns Hopkins), FCIC, PEng
M.R. Piggott, BSc, ARCS, DIC, PhD (London), PEng
S. Sandler, BASc, MASc (Toronto), FCIC, PEng
J.W. Smith, BASc, MASc (UBC), PhD, DIC (London), FCIC, CIH, PEng
O. Trass, BSE (Princeton), ScD (MIT), FCIC, PEng
R.T. Woodhams, BSc, MSc (UWO), PhD (Brooklyn), SPE

University Professors
M. V. Sefton, BASc (Toronto), ScD (MIT), FCIC, PEng, Michael E. Charles Chair in Chemical Engineering
M. S. Shoichet, BSc (MIT), MSc, PhD (Massachusetts)

Titled Professor
C.M. Yip, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Minnesota), PEng

Professors
Y-L. Cheng, SB, SM (MIT), PhD (Stanford), PEng

D. E. Cormack, BASc, MASc (Toronto), PhD (Caltech), PEng
E. A. Edwards, BEng, MEng (McGill), PhD (Stanford), PEng
G. J. Evans, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), PEng
D. W. Kirk, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), PEng
M. T. Kortschot, BASc, MASc (Toronto), PhD (Cambridge), PEng
R. C. Newman, BA, PhD (Cambridge), DSc (Manchester)
V. G. Papangelakis, Dipl. Eng. (Athens), MEng, PhD (McGill), PEng
D. W. Reeve, BASc (UBC), MASc, PhD (Toronto), DTech, HC, FCIC, FTAPPI, FIAWS, FCAE, PEng
B. A. Saville, BSc, PhD (Alberta), PEng
H. N. Tran, BSc (Shizuoka), MEng (Tokyo, Shizuoka), PhD (Toronto), Frank Dottori Professor of Pulp & Paper Engineering
N. Yan, PhD (Toronto)
E. R. Master, BSc (McGill), PhD (UBC)
E. J. Acosta, BS (del Zulia), MS, PhD (Oklahoma)
M. Radisic, BEng (McMaster), PhD (MIT)
T. P. Bender, BSc, PhD (Ottawa), MCIC, MACS
R. Mahadevan, BTech. (IIT, Madras), PhD (Delaware)

Associate Professors
A. Iakounine (Yakunin), MSc (Moscow State), PhD (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Y. Lawryshyn, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), MBA (Western), PEng
A. Savhenko, MS (Yerevan), PhD (Nantes)
A. P. McGuigan, MEng (Oxford), PhD (Toronto), Post-Doc (Harvard, Stanford)
A. Ramachandran, BChem Eng (University Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India), PhD (University of Notre Dame, Indiana USA)
Y-H. (Cathy) Chin, BSc (University of Oklahoma), MSc (University of Oklahoma), PhD (University of California, Berkeley)

Assistant Professors
G. Azimi, BASc (Sharif), MASc (Sharif), PhD (Toronto)
A. Chan, BS (Pennsylvania), MSc, PhD (University of California, Berkeley)
E. Passeport, MSc (Toulouse), PhD (AgroParisTech)
J. Farmer, PhD (York University)
N. DeMartini, PhD
E. Bobicki, PhD (Alberta)
A. Chan, PhD (Queen’s), PEng

Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
G. W. Norval, BASc, MASc, PhD

Cross-Appointed Academic Staff
C. Allen, BSc (Ottawa), PhD (McGill), Faculty of Pharmacy
J. Audet, BSc, BASc, MASc (Laval), PhD (UBC), IBBME
W. C. W. Chan, BSc (Illinois), PhD (Indiana), IBBME
C-W. Chow, MD (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
B. Cox, BA, PhD (Cambridge), Department of Materials Science & Engineering
J. E. Davies, BSc, PhD, DDS, IBBME (Professor)
M. Diamond, PhD (Toronto), Department of Geography
A. Edwards, BSc (McGill), PhD (McGill)
R. Fulthorpe, BSc (Carleton), MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto & Carleton), Department of Botany
M. D. Grynpas, PhD (London), Departments of Pathology, Medicine & Surgery
D. F. James, BSc, MA, MS, PhD (Toronto), Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
B. Kraatz, Dipl (Kent at Canterbury), PhD (Calgary)
M. Kumacheva, Department of Chemistry
M. Sain, Faculty of Forestry
J. P. Santerre, BSc (Dalhousie), MScE (UNB), PhD (McMaster), Faculty of Dentistry
D. Sefros, BS (Western Washington), PhD (California)
W.L. Stanford, BA (Duke), PhD (North Carolina), IBBME
M.J. Thomson, BEng (McGill), MSc, PhD (Berkeley, California), Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
S.J. Thorpe, BASc, MASc, PhD, Department of Materials Science & Engineering
F. Wania, Dipl Geook (Bayreuth, Germany), PhD, Division of Physical Sciences, UTSC
M. A. Winnik, BA (Yale), PhD (Columbia), Department of Chemistry
N. Yan, Faculty of Forestry
P. W. Zandstra, BSc (McGill), PhD (UBC), IBBME

Adjunct Professorial Staff
H. R. Beller, BA (Wesleyan), MS (Oregon State), PhD (Stanford)
J. Brook, BSc (UMichigan), MS, PhD (UMichigan)
D. W. Colcleugh, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto)
P. Dhurjati, BS (India Institute of Technology), PhD (Purdue)
S. Gong, BASc (Central South University of Technology, China), MASc (Chinese Academy of Science), PhD
H. D. Goodfellow, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), PEng
T. M. Grace, BS (Wisconsin), PhD (Minnesota)
M. Hossain, BSc (Bangladesh), PhD (Tokyo)
A. Jones, BASc, MASc (Toronto), PhD (Inst. Paper Chemistry)
E. Krause, MASc (Waterloo), PhD (Waterloo)
S. N. Liss, BSc (UWO), MSc, PhD (Saskatchewan)
D. W. Major, BSc, MSc, PhD (Waterloo)
V. Manner, BS (India), MS (Northwestern)
T. Mao, BASc (Beijing), MASc, PhD (Toronto)
S. Marcuson, BS (Columbia), MS (Columbia), EngScD (Columbia)
T. McAlary, BASc (Waterloo), MSc (Waterloo), PhD (Waterloo)
S. O’Dea
M. Organ, BSc (Guelph), MSc (Guelph), PhD (Guelph)
J. Orozco, BEng (Javeriana), M Marketing (Andes), Executive Program, Mergers & Acquisitions (Pennsylvania)
S. Rizvi, BS, MS (Panjab), MEng (Toronto), PhD (Ohio State)
S. Sayad, MD, PhD (Tehran)
R. Shenassa, BSc (Sharif), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
R. Sodhi, BSc (Reading, UK), MSc (Alberta), PhD (UBC)
T. R. Stuthridge, BSc, MSc, DPhil (Waikato)
P. Szabo, BEng, MEng
S. Tabe, BSc (Ottawa), MASc (Ottawa), PhD (Ottawa)
S. Treiber, BEng (McGill), MASc (Toronto), PhD (McGill)
P. Tremaine, BSc (Waterloo), PhD (Alberta)
G. Wolfaardt, BSc (Orange Free State), BEd (South Africa), BSc (Pretoria), MSc (Pretoria), PhD (Saskatchewan)

Associates of The Department
R. Gasparis, Shaw, Stone & Webster
M. Kaplan, PEng, L.M. Kaplan & Associates
T. McAlary, PEng, GeoSyntec Consultants Intl.
H. Miyamoto, PEng
D. H. Napier
M. Stojanovic, The Iams Company, P&G Pet Care
D. Mercer, PhD (Waterloo), PEng

Adjunct/Special Lecturers
G. Crooks, Stantec
R. Sinukoff, Stantec
J. Southwood, Golder & Associates

 

Civil & Mineral Engineering

Professor & Chair
B. E. Sleep, BASc (Waterloo), MEng (Waterloo), PhD (Waterloo), PEng, FEIC, FCSCE

Professor & Associate Chair (Undergraduate Studies)
E. C. Bentz, BASc(Waterloo), PhD
J. P. Harrison, BSc Eng (London), MSc (London), PhD (London), CEng, MICE, FGS, W. M. Keck Chair of Engineering Rock Mechanics (Lassonde Mineral Engineering)
W. M. Keck, Chair of Engineering Rock Mechanics (Lassonde Mineral Engineering) 

Professor & Associate Chair (Graduate Studies)
S. A. Andrews, BSc (Alberta), MSc (Alberta), PhD (Alberta)

Professor & Associate Chair, Research
H. L. MacLean, BASc (Nova Scotia), MASc (Carnegie Mellon), PhD (Carnegie Mellon), PEng, FCSCE

Professors Emeriti
B. J. Adams, BSc (CE) (Manitoba), MS (Northwestern), PhD (Northwestern), FCSCE, FEIC, FCAE, PEng
W. F. Bawden, BSc (Queen's), MSc (Illinois), PhD, PEng
P. C. Birkemoe, BScE (Purdue), MScE (Purdue), PhD (Illinois), PEng
P. H. Byer, SB (MIT), SM (MIT), PhD (MIT), PEng
J. H. Curran, BASc, MASc, PhD (California), PEng
F. A. De Lory, BEng (McGill), MASc, DIC, PhD (London), PEng
E. Hauer, BSc, MSc (Technion), PhD (California), PEng
G. W. Heinke, BASc, MASc, PhD (MCM), FCSCE, PEng
V. F. Hurdle, BS (California), MEng (California), PhD (California), PEng
B. Mohanty, BSc, MTech (IIT Kharghapur), MA, PhD, PEng
K. A. Selby, BASc, MBA, PhD (Illinois), PEng
R.M. Soberman, BSc (Dalhousie), SM (MIT), PhD (MIT), PEng
G.N. Steuart, BSc (Saskatchewan), MSc (California), PhD (California), PEng
J. Timusk, BASc, MASc, PhD (London), PEng
G.T. Will, BASc, MASc, PEng
C. E. Wrenshall, BE (Saskatchewan), PEng
P. M. Wright, BE (Saskatchewan), MSc (Saskatchewan), PhD (Colorado), FEIC, FCSCE
W. H. Vanderburg, BASc (Waterloo), MASc (Waterloo), PhD (Waterloo), PEng

University Professor
M. P. Collins, BE (Canterbury), PhD (NSW), FACI, FCSCE, PEng

Titled Professors
R. C. Andrews, BASc (Regina), MASc (Alberta), PhD (Alberta), PEng, NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Drinking Water Research
C. Christopoulos, BIng (Ecole Polytechnique), MASc (Ecole Polytechnique), PhD (California), PEng, Canada Research Chair in Seismic Resilience of Infrastructure
T. E. El-Diraby, BSc (Zagazig), MSc (Zagazig), PhD (Texas-Austin), PEng, Director, Centre for Information Systems in Infrastructure & Construction
J. Hadjigeorgiou, BASc (Ottawa), MEng (McGill), PhD (McGill), PEng, FCIM, ICDD, Pierre Lassonde Chair in Mining Engineering
R. Hofmann, BEng (Concordia), MASc (Western), PhD (McMaster), PEng NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Technologies for Drinking Water Treatment
R. D. Hooton, BASc, MASc, PhD (McMaster), FACI, FASTM, FA CerS PEng, NSERC/Cement Association of Canada Research Chair in Concrete Durability & Sustainability
B. W. Karney, BASc, MEng, PhD (British Columbia), PEng, Associate Dean, Cross-Disciplinary Programs
J. A. Packer, BE (Adelaide), MSc (Manchester), PhD (Nottingham), FICE, FA, Bahen-Tanenbaum Chair in Civil Engineering
D. K. Panesar, BEng (McMaster), MASc (Western Ontario), PhD (McMaster), PEng, Hart Professor in Civil Engineering
M. J. Roorda, BEng Soc (MCM), MASc, PhD, PEng, Canada Research Chair in Freight Transportation & Logistics 
F. J. Vecchio, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng Bahen-Tanenbaum Chair in Civil Engineering

Titled Associate Professors
M. Hatzopoulou, BSc (Lebanon), MSc (Lebanon), PhD (Toronto), Canada Research Chair in Transportation & Air Quality

Professors
E. J. Miller, BASc, MASc, PhD (MIT), Director, Cities Centre, University of Toronto
S. A. Sheikh, BSc Eng (Lahore), MASc, PhD, PEng
P. Gauvreau, BSc (Victoria), MSE (Princeton), DSc Tech (ETH Zurich), PEng
P. Young, BSc (London), MSc (Newcastle), Cert Ed (London), PhD (CNAA), CEng
J. Siegel, BS, MS, PhD
B. Abdulhai, BSc (Cairo), MSc (Cairo), PhD (California Irvine), PEng
B. Y. McCabe, BASc, FCSCE, PEng
G. Grasselli, MSc (UNIPR-Italy), MSc (EPFL-ETH Zurich), PhD (EPFL), PEng
A. S. Shalaby, BSc (Ain Shams), MASc, PhD, PEng (Civil Engineering)

Associate Professors
K. Esmaeili, BSc (Iran), MSc (Tehran), PhD (Laval), PEng
M. W. F. Grabinsky, BASc (British Columbia), MASc, PhD (Toronto), PEng
O. Kwon, BS, MS (Hanyang), MS, PhD (Illinois-UC)
O. Mercan, BS (Bogazici), MS, PhD (Lehigh), PEng
K. M. Nurul Habib, BSc (Bangladesh), MSc (Bangladesh), PhD, PEng
K. Peterson, BS (Minnesota), MS, PhD (Michigan Tech)
K. D. Pressnail, BASc, LLB, MASc, PhD
K. Xia, BSc (China), MSc (Caltech), PhD (Caltech), PEng

Assistant Professors
F. Azhari, MASc (UBC), MEng (California-Berkeley), PhD (UC Davis), PEng (cross-appointed to MIE)
J. Drake, BEng, MASc, PHD
M. Ghafghazi, MSc (Sharif), PhD (UC Davis), PEng
S. Goodfellow, BASc (UBC), MASc (Toronto); PhD (Toronto)
D. Posen, BSc (Princeton), MRes (Imperial), MSc (London School of Economics), PhD (Carnegie Mellon)
​S. Saxe, BASc (McGill), MSc (MIT), PhD (Cambridge), PEng
D. Taylor, BASc (Toronto), MS (MIT), PhD (MIT)
M. Touchie, BASc, PhD (cross-appointed to MIE)

Adjunct & Status-Only Professors
P. Cadario, BASc, MA, BA
A. Chong, BA, MA
J. Foster, BASc, MASc
M. Julien, BEng, BSc, MSc, PhD
F. Papa, BASc, MASc, MBa
M. Seica, DIPING, PhD
J.R. Bolton, BA, MA (Saskatchewan), PhD (Cambridge)
M. Pierce, BSc, MSc (Queen's Mining), PhD (Australia), PEng
A. H. Hay, BSc (Edinburgh), MBE
I. Sinclair, Eurlng, MEng & Man, PEng
S. Saiyed, PhD, PEng
P. Berube, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (UBC)
G. M.Calvi, MSc (Berkeley), PhD
M. Krol, PhD (Toronto), PEng
M. Metcalfe, PhD (Stanford)
G. R. Carey, PhD (Guelph), PEng
D. Hoornweg, PhD, PEng
S. Pantazopoulou, PhD,
R. Legge, PhD (Waterloo)

Titled Assistant Professor
E. Passeport, MSc (Paris), PhD (Paris) (cross-appointed to ChemE) Canada Research Chair in Environmental Engineering & Stable Isotapes

 

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Professor & Chair of the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
D. Kundur, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, FIEEE, PEng, FCAE

Professor & Associate Chair, Graduate Studies
S.V. Hum, BSc (Calgary), MSc (Calgary), PhD (Calgary), PEng, Eugene V. Polistuk Chair in Electromagnetic Design at the University of Toronto

Professor & Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies
R. S. Adve, BTech (Indian Institutes of Technology), PhD (Syracuse), PEng

Professor & Associate Chair, Research
J. Anderson, BSc (Manitoba), MASc (Toronto), PhD, PEng (Toronto), Jeffrey Skoll Chair in Software Engineering

University Professors
E.H. Sargent, BSc Eng (Queen’s), PhD (Toronto), PEng, FIEEE, University Professor, Canada Research Chair

UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS EMERITI
E. J. Davison, ARCT (Toronto), BASc (Toronto), MA (Toronto), PhD (Cambridge), ScD (Cambridge), FRSC, FCAE, FIEEE, PEng
C. A. T. Salama, BASc (UBC), MASc (UBC), PhD (UBC), FRSC, FCAE, FIEEE, PEng
W. M. Wonham, BEng (McGill), PhD (Cambridge), FIEEE, FRSC

PROFESSORS EMERITI
P. Anderson, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
F. Blake, BASc (Queen’s), MASc (Princeton), PhD (Princeton), FRSC, FCAE, FIEEE, PEng
R. Bonert, Dipl Ing (Karlsruhe), D Ing (Karlsruhe), PEng
R. S .C. Cobbold, BSc (London), MSc (Saskatchewan), PhD (Saskatchewan), FRSC, IBBME
S. Dmitrevsky, BASc, MASc, AM (Harvard), PhD (Harvard), PEng
B. A. Francis, BASc (Toronto), MEng (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), FIEEE
K. Iizuka, BE (Kyoto), ME (Kyoto), MS (Harvard), PhD (Harvard)
M. L. G. Joy, BSc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, IBBME
H. Kunov, MSc (Denmark), PhD (Denmark), PEng, IBBME
I. McCausland, BA, BSc (QU Belfast), MSc (QU Belfast), PhD (Cambridge)
S. Pasupathy, BE (Madras), MTech (Madras), MPhil (Yale), PhD (Yale), FEIC, FIEEE, PEng
A. Semlyen, Dipl Eng (Rumania), PhD (Rumania), FIEEE
K. C. Smith, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), FIEEE, PEng
P. W. E. Smith, BSc (McGill), MSc (McGill), PhD (McGill), FOSA, FIEEE, PPhys
Z. G. Vranesic, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
S. G. Zaky, BSc (Cairo), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
S. Zukotynski, Magister (Warsaw), PhD (Warsaw), PEng

TITLED PROFESSORS
J. S. Aitchison, BSc (Heriot-Watt), PhD, F Inst P, (Heriot-Watt), PEng, Nortel Institute Chair in Emerging Technology
V. Betz, BS (Manitoba), MS (UIUC), PhD, PEng, NSERC Intel Industrial Research Chair in Programmable Silicon
P. Chow, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto),  PEng, Dusan & Anne Miklas Chair in Engineering Design
G. V. Eleftheriades, Dipl EE (National Technical University of Athens), MS (Michigan), PhD (Michigan), PEng, FIEEE, Canada Research Chair, Velma M. Rogers Graham Chair in Engineering at the University of Toronto
N. Enright Jerger, BSc-Ce (Purdue), MSc (Wisconsin-Madison), PhD (Wisconsin-Madison), PEng, Canada Research Chair
B. Frey, BSc (Calgary), MSc (Manitoba), PhD, FIEEE, Canada Research Chair, Edward S. Rogers Sr. Chair in Engineering at the University of Toronto
A. Khisti, BASc, MSc (MIT), PhD (MIT), Canada Research Chair
B. Li, BE (Tsinghua), MS (UIUC), PhD (UIUC), PEng, Bell Canada Chair in Computer Engineering
B. Liang, BS (Polytechnic University), MS (Polytechnic University), PhD (Cornell), PEng, L. Lau Chair in Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto
J. Liebeherr, Dipl Inf (Erlangen-Nurnberg), PhD (Georgia), FIEEE, PEng, Nortel Institute Chair in Network Architecture & Services
K. N. Plataniotis, BEng (Patras), MSEE (Florida Tech), PhD (Florida Tech), PEng, FIEEE, Bell Canada Chair in Multimedia at the University of Toronto
E. S. Sousa, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (USC), PEng, FIEEE, Jeffrey Skoll Chair in Computer Networks & Innovation
O. Trescases, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), PEng, Canada Research Chair
S. P. Voinigescu, MSc (Polytechnical Univ. Of Bucharest), PhD (Toronto), Stanley Ho Professorship in Microelectronics
W. Yu, BASc (Waterloo), MS (Stanford), PhD (Stanford), PEng, FIEEE, Canada Research Chair

TITLED ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS
P. Triverio, BSc, MEng, PhD (Politechnico Di Torino), PEng, Canada Research Chair
D. Yuan, BE (Beihang), PhD (UIUC), PEng, Canada Research Chair

PROFESSORS
T. S. Abdelrahman, BSc (Kuwait), MSc, PhD (Michigan), PEng, Department of Computer Science
C. Amza, BS (Bucharest Politechnic), MS (Rice), PhD (Rice), PEng
B. L. Bardakjian, BSc (Alexandria), BEd, MASc, PhD (McMaster), PEng, IBBME
M. Broucke, BSEE (Texas), MSEE (Berkeley), PhD (Berkeley), PEng
S. D. Brown, BSc Eng (UNB), MASc, PhD, PEng
A. Chan Carusone, BASc, PhD, PEng
F. P. Dawson, BSc, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), FIEEE, PEng
S. Draper, BS EE, BA History (Stanford), MS, PhD (EECS, MIT), PEng
R. Genov, BS (Rochester Insitute of Technology), MSE (Johns Hopkins), PhD, (Johns Hopkins), PEng
P.G. Gulak, BASc (Windsor), MSc, PhD (Manitoba), PEng
D. Hatzinakos, Dipl Eng (Aristotelian), MASc (Ottawa), PhD (Northeastern), PEng
A.S. Helmy, BS (Cairo), MS (Glasgow), PhD (Glasgow), PEng
P. R. Herman, BEng (McMaster), MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), FOSA, PEng
M. R. Iravani, BSc (Tehran), MSc (Manitoba), PhD (Manitoba), FIEEE, PEng
H-A. Jacobsen, MASc (Karlsruhe), PhD (Humboldt), PEng
D. A. Johns, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, FIEEE, FCAE
N. P. Kherani, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, MSE
F. R. Kschischang, BASc (UBC), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), FIEEE, PEng
R. H. Kwong, SB (MIT), SM (MIT), PhD (MIT), PEng
P. Lehn, BSc (Manitoba), MSc (Manitoba), PhD (Toronto), PEng
A. Leon-Garcia, BSc, MS, PhD (USC), PEng, FIEEE, FCAE
D. Lie, BASc (Toronto), MS (Stanford), PhD (Stanford), PEng
H.-K. Lo, BA (Cambridge), MS (CalTech), PhD (CalTech), PEng, Department of Physics
M. Maggiore, MS (Genoa), PhD (Ohio State), PEng
S. Mann, BS (McMaster), MEng (McMaster), PhD (MIT), PEng
M. Mojahedi, BS (UNM), MS (UNM), PhD (UNM), PEng
A. Moshovos, BSc (Crete), MSc (Crete), PhD (Wisconsin-Madison), PEng
A. I. Nachman, BSc (McGill), MA (Princeton), PhD (Princeton), PEng, Department of Mathematics
F. N. Najm, BE (AUB), MS (UIUC), PhD (UIUC), FIEEE, PEng, FCAE
W. T. Ng, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
L. Pavel, Eng / ME (Technical University of Iasi), PhD (Queen’s), PEng
J. Poon, BASc (Toronto), MS (Caltech), PhD (Caltech), PEng
A. Prodic, B.S. (Univ. of Novi Sad), M.S. (Colorado), Ph.D. (Colorado), P.Eng.
L. Qian, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
J. S. Rose, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto), FIEEE, PEng, FCAE
C. D. Sarris, Dipl. ECE (National Technical University of Athens), MSc (Michigan), PhD (Michigan)
A. Sheikholeslami, BSc (Shiraz), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
M. Stumm, MS (Zurich), PhD (Zurich), PEng
S. Valaee, BSc (Tehran), MSc (Tehran), PhD (McGill), PEng
A. Veneris, Dipl. CS&e (Patras), MSc (USC), PhD (UIUC), PEng

Associate Professors
P. Aarabi, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Stanford), PEng
A. Goel, BTech (Indian Institutes of Technology), BSc (California), PhD (Oregon Graduate Institute), PEng
O. Levi, BSc (Jerusalem College of Technology), MSc, PhD, (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), IBBME
A. Liscidini, Master Degree, PhD, (Pavia)
L. Scardovi, MSc, PhD (Genoa)
J. Tate, BS (Louisiana Tech), MS (UIUC), PhD (UIUC)
J. Taylor, BS (Carnegie Mellon), SM, PhD (MIT)
K. T. Truong, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, IBBME
W. Wong, BSc (Toronto), MSc (Toronto),  PhD (Toronto), PEng
P. Yoo, BASc (Toronto), MSc (USC), PhD (Case Western Reserve), PEng, IBBME
J. Zhu, BS (Tsinghua), MS (UCI), PhD (UCI), PEng

Assistant Professors
A. Hooshyar, BSc (Ifshan University of Technology), MSc, (Tehran) PhD (Waterloo)  
M. Jeffrey, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (MIT)
N. Papernot, BS (École centrale de Lyon), MS, PhD (Penn State)

Professor, Teaching Stream
M. Stickel, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng

Associate Professors, Teaching Stream
K. Phang, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
B. Wang, BASc (Toronto), MEng (Toronto), PEng

Assistant Professors, Teaching Stream
H. Shokrollah-Timorabadi, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng

Cross-Appointed Academic Staff
L. Austin, BA & Sc (McMaster), MA (Toronto), LLM (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), Faculty of Law
M. Chechik, BS (Maryland), MS, PhD (Maryland), Dept. of Computer Science
E. De Lara, BSc (Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey), MSc (Rice), PhD (Rice), Dept. of Computer Science
M. Ghassemi, BS (NMSU), MSc (Oxford), PhD (MIT), Dept. of Computer Science
F. Long, BS (Tsinghua), PhD (MIT), Dept. of Computer Science
A. Mandelis, BS (Yale), MA (Princeton), MSE (Princeton), PhD (Princeton), FAPS, MIE
G. Pekhimenko, BSc (Moscow State), MSc (Toronto), PhD (Carnegie Mellon)
M. Popovic, Dipl Ing (Belgrade), MSc (Belgrade), MASc, PhD, IBBME, Toronto Rehabilitation Institue Chair in Spinal Cord Injury Research
H. E. Ruda, BSc (London), ARSM, PhD (MIT), MSE
Y. Sun, BS (Dalian), MS (Chinese Academy of Science), MS (Minnesota), PhD (Minnesota), MIE

Adjunct Professors
T. Caldwell, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
P. Cheben, MSc (Slovak Technical University), PhD (Madrid)
T. Ma, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
A. Makhzani, BSc (Tehran), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
I. Maljevic, BSc EE (Podgorica), MSc EE (Belgrade), PhD (Toronto)
T. Savor, BEng, (Ryerson), MASc, (Waterloo), PhD, (Waterloo), PEng

Adjunct Lecturers
W. A. Chisholm, BASc (Hon) (Toronto), MEng (Toronto), PhD (Waterloo)
C. Gibson, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto)
K. Pagiamtzis, BSc Hon (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)

Status-Only Professors
M. Al Janaideh, MASc (Concordia), PhD (Concordia)
M. Dong, BEng (Tsinghua), PhD (Cornell)
A. Eckford., BEng (Royal Military College), MASc, PhD
S. ShahbazPanahi, BSc, MSc, PhD (Sharif University of Technology, Iran)
A. Yazdani, BSc, (Sharif University of Technology, Tehran), MSc (Tehran), PhD (Toronto)
J. Zariffa, BEng (McGill), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)

 

Institute for Studies in Transdisciplinary Engineering Education & Practice

Associate Professor, Teaching Stream & Director of the Engineering Communication Program
Deborah Tihanyi, BA (York), MA (Alberta)

Associate Professors, Teaching Stream
Alan Chong, BA (SFU), MA (Queen’s)
Robert Irish, BA (Waterloo), MA (Dalhousie), PhD (Toronto)
Ken Tallman, BA (NYU), MA (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
Peter Eliot Weiss, BA (UBC), MFA (UBC), PhD (Toronto)

 

Engineering Science

Professor & Interim Chair
W. R. Cluett, BSc (Queen’s), PhD (Alberta), PEng, FCIC, FAAAS, Professor, ChemE

Professors & Associate Chairs
J. Foster, BASc, MASc (Waterloo), LEL, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Engineering Design 
D. Kilkenny, BSc (Western), PhD (Western), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, IBBME
A. Bazylak, BE (Saskatchewan), MASc (Victoria), PhD (Victoria), PEng, Associate Professor, MIE
L. Romkey, BSc Env (Guelph), MEd (OISE/UT), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Curriculum, Teaching & Learning 

Chair, Aerospace Engineering Major 
P. R. Grant, BASc (Manitoba), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, Associate Professor, Institute for Aerospace Studies 

Chair, Biomedical Systems Engineerin Major 
R. Fernandez-Gonzalez, BSc (Madrid), PhD (Berkeley), Assistant Professor, IBBME, Cell & Systems Biology

Chair, Electrical & Computer Engineering Major 
A. Chan Carusone, BASc (Toronto, Engineering Science, Electrical Major), PhD (Toronto), PEng, Professor, ECE

Chair, Energy Systems Engineering Major 
A. Bazylak, BE (Saskatchewan), MASc (Victoria), PhD (Victoria), PEng, Associate Professor, MIE

Chair, Infrastructure Engineering Major 
M. P. Collins, BE (Canterbury), PhD (NSW), DEng (NSW), FRSC, FACI, FCSCE, PEng, University Professor and Bahen-Tanenbaum Professor of Civil Engineering 
M. J. Roorda, BEng Soc (MCM), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering 
E. C. Bentz, BASc (Waterloo), PhD (Toronto), Associate Professor, CivE 

Chair, Machine Intelligence Major 
S. Draper, BS, BA (Stanford), MS, PhD (EECS, MIT), PEng, Associate Professor, ECE 

Chair, Engineering Mathematics, Statistics & Finance Major 
R. H. Kwon, BA (Chicago), MS (Illinois), MS (Michigan), PhD (UPENN), LEL, Associate Professor, MIE

Chair, Engineering Physics Major 
D. Bailey, BSc, PhD (McGill), Associate Professor, Department of Physics 

Chair, Robotics Engineering Major 
T. D. Barfoot, BASc, PhD, PEng, Tier II Canada Research Chair in Autonomous Space Robotics, Professor, Institute for Aerospace Studies

 

Materials Science and Engineering

Professor & Chair of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering
G. Hibbard, BSc, (Alberta), PhD (Toronto), PEng

Professor & Associate Chair (Graduate Studies)
U. Erb, DIPL Ing, Dr.rer.nat (SAARLAND)

Associate Professor & Associate Chair (Undergraduate Studies)
M. Barati, BSc (Isfahan), PhD (McMaster), PEng Gerald R. Hefferan Chair in Materials Processing

Professors Emeriti
S. A. Argyropoulos, Dipl Eng (Athens), MEng, PhD (MCG), FCAE, PEng
A. McLean, BSc, PhD (Glasgow), ARCST, FCIM, FIBF, FIREFE, CEng., PEng
T. H. North, BSc, MSc, PhD (Strathclyde), PEng
R. M. Pilliar, BASc, PhD (Leeds), PEng (Cross-appointed to Dentistry)
I. D. Sommerville, BSc, PhD (Strathclyde), ARCST
Z. Wang, BEng (Jiao-Tong), MSc, PhD (Polytechnic Institute of NYU)

Titled Professors
D. D. Perovic, BASc, MASc, PhD, FCAE, PEng, Celestica Chair in Materials for Microelectronics
H. E. Ruda, BSc (London), ARSM, PhD (MIT), FRSC, Stan L. Meek Chair in Advanced Nanotechnology

Professors
M. Barati, BSc, MSc (Isfahan), PhD (McMaster), PEng, Gerald R. Hefferan Chair in Materials Processing
U. Erb, DIPL Ing, Dr.rer.nat (Saarland)
G. Hibbard, BSc (Alberta), PhD, PEng
N. P. Kherani, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng
K. K. Lian, BASc, MASc, PhD
Z. H. Lu, BSc (China), MSc, PhD, CRC Chair in Organic Optoelectronics
H. Naguib, BSc (Alexandria), MEng (Academy of Science & Technology, Egypt), PhD, FCMSE, FIMMM, CRC Chair in Smart & Functional Materials PEng
S. J. Thorpe, BASc, MASc, PhD

Associate Professors
G. Azimi, BASc, MASc (Sharif), PhD, PEng
K. Chattopadhyay, BEng (Jadavpur), MEng, PhD (McGill), PEng
T. W. Coyle, BSc, BA (ALFRED), ScD (MIT)
B.D. Hatton, BScE (Queen's), MScE (McMaster), PhD
J. Howe, BASc, (Changsha Institute of Technology), MASc (Alfred University), PhD (Alfred University)
N. Matsuura, BSc, MSc (Queen's), PhD, Medical Imaging
E. D. Sone, BSc, MS, PhD (Northwestern)
C. V. Singh, BSc (Dayalbagh), MTech (IIS), PhD (Texas A & M), Associate Chair, Research

Assistant Professors
E. Bobicki, BASc, (UBC / UNBC), PhD, (Alberta), PEng (Alberta)
Y. Zou, BEng (Beihang) (Beijing Univ. of Aero & Astro), M.Eng. (McGill University), Dr.Sc. (ETH Zurich), Postdoc (MIT)

Cross-Appointed Academic Staff
T. P. Bender, BSc, PhD (Carleton), MCIC, MACS,ChemE
W. C. Chan, BSc (Illinois-UC), PhD (Indiana), IBBME
C. Goh, BS (Philippines), PhD (California), Chemistry
M. D. Grynpas, MSc (Licence, Brussels), PhD (London), Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
R. A. Kandel, MD, Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
O. Kesler, BSE (Penn), SM (MIT), ScD (MIT), MIE
D. W. Kirk, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng, ChemE
M. T. Kortschot, BASc., MASc, PhD (CANTAB), PEng, ChemE
C-G. Lee, BS (Seoul National University), MS (KAIST), PhD (Michigan), MIE
N. Matsuura, BSc, MSc (Queen's), PhD, Medical Imaging
J. Mostaghimi, BSc (Sharif), MSc, PhD (Minnesota), PEng, FASME, MIE
R. C. Newman, BA (Cambridge), PhD (Cambridge), DSc (Manchester), ChemE
W.T. Ng, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng, ECE
G. A. Ozin, BSc, DPhil, FRSC, FCIC, University Professor, Chemistry
V. G. Papangelakis, Dipl Eng (Athens), MEng, PhD (McGill), PEng, ChemE
E. H. Sargent, BSc Eng (Queen's), PhD, PEng, ECE
J. K. Spelt, BASc, MASc, ME (Caltech), PhD, PEng, MIE

Adjunct/Special Lecturers
J. D. Young, BA Sc, MASc (U of T), PEng

Adjunct & Status-Only Professors
K. Coley, BSc, PhD PEng
S. Das Gupta, BSc (Calcutta), MSc, Phd, DIC (London), Adjunct Associate Professor
V. I. Lakshmanan, PhD, MIMM., FCIM, Adjunct Professor
S. Marcuson, BS, MS, Eng Sc D
G. Palumbo, BASc, MASc, PhD, Adjunct Professor
C. Ravindran, BSc, BEng, MSc, PhD, Adjunct Professor
R. Sridhar, PhD, DIC, Adjunct Professor

Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
S. Ramsay, MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)

 

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Professor & Chair, Department Of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
M. Bussmann, BASc (WAT), MASc (WAT), PhD (Toronto), PEng, FCSM

Professor & Associate Chair (Graduate Studies)
M. J. Thomson, BEng (McGill), MSc (Berkeley), PhD (Berkeley)

Associate Professor & Associate Chair (Undergraduate Studies)
Matthew Mackay, BASc (Queen's), PhD (Toronto)

Professor &Associate Chair, Research
B. Donmez, BS (Bogazici), MS (Iowa), PhD (Iowa)

Professors Emeriti
W. D. Baines, BSc (Alberta), MS, PhD (Iowa), PEng
W. L. Cleghorn, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), FCSME, PEng
I. G. Currie, BSc (Strathclyde), MASc (UBC), PhD (Caltech), FCSME, PEng
R. G. Fenton, DIPL Ing (Bud.), PhD (NSW), PEng
A. A. Goldenberg, BSc, MSc (Technion), PhD (Toronto), CEng, FIEEE, FASME
F. C. Hooper, BASc, DIC, FEIC, PEng
D. F. James, BSc (QU), MS (Caltech), PhD (Caltech), MA (CANTAB), PEng
A. K. S. Jardine, BSc, MSc (Strathclyde), PhD (Birmingham), CEng, MI Mech E, MIEE, PEng
J. F. Keffer, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng
D. McCammond, BSc(QU Belfast), PhD (QU Belfast), FCSME, PEng
A. W. Neumann, BA, DR RER NAT (Mainz) Northrup Frye Scholar
J. C. Paradi, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng (SSHRC/NSERC Industrial Research Chair in the Management of Technological Change), ChemE
M. J. M. Posner, BASc, PhD, PEng
J. S. Rogers, BSc (Dalhousie), MS (Stanford), PhD (Stanford), PEng
J. W. Senders, AB (Harvard), PhD (Tilburg)
I. B. Turksen, BS (Pittsburg), MS (Pittsburg), PhD (Pittsburg), PEng
J. Van de Vegte, DIPL Ing (Delft), MASc, PhD, PEng
R. D. Venter, BSc (Rand.), MEng (MCM), PhD (MCM), PEng
C.A. Ward, BSc (Texas), PhD (Northwestern), PEng

Titled Professors
M. S. Fox, B.Sc., PhD (Carnegie-Mellon), FAAAI NSERC, Industrial Research Chair In Enterprise Integration
J. Mostaghimi, BSc (Sharif), MSc (Minnesota), PhD (Minnesota), PEng, FASME, Canada Research Chair in Advanced Coatings
H. E. Naguib, BSc (Alexandria), MEng (Academy of Science & Technology, Egypt), PhD (Toronto), PEng, Canada Research Chair of Smart & Functional Polymers
C. B. Park, BS (Seoul National University), MS (KAIST), PhD (MIT), PEng, FCSME, Canada Research Chair in Advanced Polymer Processing Technologies
C. A. Simmons, BSc Eng (Guelph), SM (MIT), PhD (Toronto), PEng, Canada Research Chair of Mechanobiology

Professors
C. Amon, Licenciatura (Simon Bolivor) MS (MIT), ScD (MIT), FAAAS, FASEE, FASME, FIEEE, PE(VA), NAE
N. Ashgriz, BS (Carnegie-Mellon), MS (Carnegie-Mellon), PhD (Carnegie-Mellon), PEng
A. Bazylak, BE(Saskatchewan), MASc (Victoria), PhD (Victoria), PEng 
C. Beck, PhD (Toronto)
K. Behdinan, BEng (KN TOOSI), MASc (SHARIF), PhD (UVIC), PEng
B. Benhabib, BSc (Bogazici), MSc (Technion), PhD (Toronto), PEng
R. Ben Mrad, PhD (Michigan)
M. Bussmann, BASc (WAT), MASc (WAT), PhD (Toronto), PEng, FCSM
M. W. Carter, BMath (WAT), MMath (WAT), PhD (WAT)
T. Chan, BSc (UBC), PhD (MIT)
S. Chandra, BTech (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur), MS (Vanderbilt), PhD (Cornell)
M. H. Chignell, BS (Canter), MS (Ohio), PhD (Canter)
G.A. Jamieson, BS (Illinois), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
O. Kesler, BSE (Penn), SM (MIT), ScD (MIT), Canada Research Chair of Fuel Cell Materials & Manufacturing
C. Lee, PhD (Michigan)
V. Makis, MSc, PhD (Prague)
A. Mandelis, BS (Yale), MA (Princeton), MSc (Princeton), PhD (Princeton), FAPS
S. McCahan, BS (Cornell), MS (RPI), PhD (RPI), PEng
S. A. Meguid, BME (Cairo), MSc (Cairo), PhD (Manchester), PEng, CEng, FIMechE, MASME, MAIAA
P. Milgram, BASc, MSEE (Technion), PhD, PEng
J. K. Mills, BSc (MAN), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
J. Mostaghimi, BSc (Sharif), MSc (Minnesota), PhD (Minnesota)
G. Nejat, BASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
M. Sain, PhD, Dr.hc, FRSC (UK), FCAE, PEng
L. H. Shu, BS (Nevada), SM (MIT), PhD (MIT)
A. N. Sinclair, BASc (Toronto), MSE (Michigan), PhD (Michigan), PEng
D. A. Sinton, BASc (Toronto), MEng (McGill), PhD (Toronto), FCSME, FASME
J. K. Spelt, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), ME (Caltech), PhD, PEng
D. A. Steinman, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
P. E. Sullivan, BSME (Clarkson), MSME (Clarkson), PhD (Queen's), PEng
Y. Sun, BS (Dalian), MS (Chinese Academy of Sciences), MS (Minnesota), PhD (Minnesota), PEng, FCSME, FEIC, FASME
M. J. Thomson, BEng (McGill), MSc (Berkeley), PhD (Berkeley), PEng
J. S. Wallace, BSME, BA (Lehigh), MSE, PhD (Michigan), FSAE, PEng

Associate Professors
D. M. Aleman, Baccalauriate, MSc, PhD (Florida), PEng
M. Consens, BEng (Uruguay), MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
B. Donmez, BS (Bogazici), MS (Iowa), PhD (Iowa)
T. Filleter, BSc Eng. (Queen's), PhD (McGill)
M. Gruninger, BSc (Alberta), MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
A. Guenther, MS (Hannover), PhD (ETH)
R. Kwon, PhD (Pennsylvania)
X. Liu, PhD, PEng (Toronto)
L. You, BSc (Peking), MSc (Peking), PhD (CUNY)
E. Young, BASc (Columbia), MASc (Columbia), PhD (Toronto)

Associate Professors, Teaching Stream
J. Bazylak, BSc (Saskatchewan), PEng
D. M. Frances, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), PEng
M. Mackay, BASc (Queen's), PhD (Toronto)

Assistant Professors
F. Azhari, PhD (University of California), BSc (Isfahan University of Technology ) and MASc (UBC) PEng
A. Bilton, BASc (Toront), MS (MIT), PhD (MIT)
M. Bodur, PhD (University of Wisconsin-Madison), BS & BA (Bogazici University)
E. Diller, BS (CWRU), MS (CWRU), PhD (CMU)
E. B. Khalil, BS (American University of Beirut), MS (Georgia Tech), PhD (Georgia Tech)
P. Lee, BSc (UBC), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
A. Olechowski, BSc (MIT), PhD (MIT)
S. Sanner, BS (Carnegie Mellon), MS (Stanford), PhD (Toronto)
Vahid Sarhangian, PhD (Toronto)
Marianne Touchie, PEng, BASc (Toronto) and PhD (Toronto)

Cross-Appointed Academic Staff
M. Popovic, MSc, MASc, PhD, IBBME

Adjunct And Status-Only Professors
S. Armstrong, BSc (Westminister), MA (Toronto)
N. Atalla, BEng, MEng (UT COMPIEGNE), PhD (Florida Atlantic)
J. Bookbinder, BA (San Diego), MBA (Toronto), MS, PhD (California)
E. Croft, BASc (UBC), MASc (Waterloo), PhD (Toronto)
I. Dincer, BSc (Selcuk), MSc (Yildiz Technical University), PhD (Istanbul Technical University)
D. De Kee, PhD (Tulane University), FBIS, FCIC
S. Kim, PhD (Seoul National University)
Esmailzadeh, E. PhD (London) BSc (London)
K. Farkas, MSc (Miskolc), PhD (Waterloo)
S. Ketabi, PhD (Adelaide, Australia), MSc (University of Isfahan), BSc (Tehran)
D. Fels, BSc (Guelph), MHSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
J. Hollands, BA (Waterloo), MA (Guelph), PhD (Toronto)
J. Li, PhD (Toronto), MASc (MacMaster), BSc (Taiwan)
F. Honarvar, BSc (Tehran), MASc (Waterloo), PhD (Toronto)
G. Liu, BASc (University of Science & Technology of China), MASc (Shenyang), PhD (Toronto)
F. Lu, PhD (Waterloo), MASc (Waterloo)
O. Romanko, PhD (McMaster), MASc (McMaster), MASc (Prague), BSc (Ukraine)
R. Maev, BSc and MSc (Moscow), PhD & DrSc (Russian Academy of Sciences)
M. Metcalfe, BASc (Toronto), MS (Stanford), PhD (Stanford)
K. Michaelian, PhD (Simon Fraser)
C. Moreau, BSc, MSc, PhD (Laval)
J. Moran, PhD (McMaster), MSc (Venezuela), BASc (Venezuela)
M. Nejad, PhD (Toronto)
M. Papini, BASc (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
S.E. Prasad, BSc, MSc, PhD (Andhra University)
F. Salustri, BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto)
A. Smiley, BSc (Western Ontario), MASc (Waterloo), PhD (Waterloo)
D. Tandra, MBA (Georgia), MEng (Toronto), BEng (Indonesia)
V. Verter, PhD (Turkey), MSc (Turkey), BSc (Turkey)
P. Lea, PhD (Toronto), MSc (California), BSc (New York)
R. Pop-lliev Remon, PhD (Toronto), MASc (Toronto), BEng (Skopje)
T. Purdie, PhD (London), BSc (McMaster)
D. Warnica, PhD (Waterloo), MSc(Minnesota), BASc (Waterloo)
Xie, H, PhD (London), MASc (Montreal), BA (Montreal), BA (China)

Faculty Teaching Awards

Faculty Teaching Award Recipient List

2018-2019       Professor Jason Anderson (Electrical & Computer)
2017-2018       Professor Manfredi Maggiore (Electrical & Computer)
2016-2017       Professor Craig Simmons (Mechanical & Industrial, IBBME)
2014-2015       Professor Jason Foster (Engineering Science)
2013-2014       Professor Greg Evans (Chemical)
2012-2013       Professor Evan Bentz (Civil Engineering)
2011-2012       Professor Jonathan Rose (Electrical & Computer)
2010-2011       Professor James S. Wallace (Mechanical & Industrial)
2009-2010       Professor Ali Sheikholesmani (Electrical & Computer)
2008-2009       Professor John Carter (Electrical & Computer)
2007-2008       Professor Tarek S. Abdelrahman (Electrical & Computer)
2006-2007       Professor Raviraj Adve (Electrical & Computer)
2005-2006       Professor Frank Kschischang (Electrical & Computer)
2004-2005       Professor C.R. Ethier (Mechanical & Industrial)
2003-2004       Professor K.D. Pressnail (Civil)
2003-2004       Professor Z.G. Vranesic (Electrical & Computer)
2002-2003       Professor D.C.S. Kuhn (Chemical)
2001-2002       Professor B.W. Karney (Civil)
2000-2001       Professor A.N. Sinclair (Mechanical & Industrial)
1999-2000       Professor S. McCahan (Mechanical & Industrial)
1998-1999       Professor P.G. Gulak ((Electrical & Computer)
1997-1998       Professor G.T. Will (Civil)
1996-1997       Professor S.J. Thorpe (Metallurgy & Materials Science)
1995-1996       Professor T.C. Kenney (Civil)
1994-1995       Professor Y.L. Cheng (Chemical)
1993-1994       Professor A.W. Neumann (Mechanical)
1992-1993       Professor J.M. Lee (Metallurgy & Materials Science)
1991-1992       Professor M.V. Sefton (Chemical)
1990-1991       Professor W.L. Cleghorn (Mechanical)
1989-1990       Professor P.J. Foley (Industrial)
1988-1989       Professor A.S. Sedra (Electrical)
1988-1989       Professor M.P. Collins (Civil)
1987-1988       Professor I. McCausland (Electrical)
1986-1987       Professor D. Basmadjian (Chemical)
1985-1986       Professor W.H. Vanderburg (Industrial)
1984-1985       Professor W.H. Burgess (Chemical)
1984-1985       Professor D.G.B. Boocock (Chemical)
1983-1984       Professor D.F. James (Mechanical)

Early Career Teaching Award

2018-2019       Professor Arthur Chan (Chemical)
2017-2018       Professor Vaughn Betz (ECE)
2016-2017       Professor Matthew Mackay (Mechanical & Industrial)
2014-2015       Professor Scott Ramsay (Materials)
2012-2013       Professor Timothy Chan (Mechanical & Industrial)
                        Professor Jason Anderson (Electrical & Computer)
2011-2012       Professor Micah Stickel (Electrical & Computer)
2010-2011       Professor Sean V. Hum (Electrical & Computer)
2009-2010       Professor Glenn Hibbard (Material Science & Engineering)
2008-2009       Professor Craig A. Simmons (Mechanical & Industrial)
2007-2008       Professor Hani Naguib (Mechanical & Industrial)
2006-2007       Professor Wei Yu (Electrical & Computer)
2005-2006       Professor Ali Sheikholeslami (Electrical & Computer)
2004-2005       Professor Evan Charles Bentz (Civil)
2003-2004       Professor D.P. Gauvreau (Civil)
2002-2003       Professor P. Aarabi (Electrical & Computer)
2001-2002       Professor R. Ben Mrad (Mechanical & Industrial)
2001-2002       Professor B. Abdulahi (Civil)
2000-2001       Professor C.M. Yip (IBBME)
1999-2000       Professor J.R. Long (Electrical & Computer)
1998-1999       Professor B. McCabe (Civil)

Early Career Teaching Award not issued for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Sustained Excellence In Teaching Award

2018-2019       Professor Frank Kschischang (Electrical & Computer)
2017-2018       Professor Graeme Norval (Chemical Engineering) 
2016-2017       Professor Will Cluett (Chemical Engineering)
2014-2015       Professor Jonathan Rose (Electrical & Computer)
2013-2014       Professor Glenn Gulak (Electrical & Computer)
2012-2013       Professor Tarek Abdelrahman (Electrical & Computer)   

 

Centres and Institutes

BioZone

Director: Professor Elizabeth Edwards 
Executive Director: Dr. Sean Caffrey
Website: www.biozone.utoronto.ca

BioZone is a centre for collaborative and interdisciplinary bioengineering research that brings together researchers, students and industry partners to develop and deploy technically, socially and economically viable biotechnologies. We work to find solutions to optimize the use of natural resources, reuse waste material, remediate contaminated water and land, sustain robust and healthy ecosystems, curtail disease and offer renewable fuels and products that foster the long-term sustainability of our planet.

Our mission is to advance and capitalize on the dramatic progress in genomics and computational biology, while focusing on urgent societal needs in energy, environment and health. BioZone researchers have particular expertise in environmental and industrial microbiology, enzymology, metabolic engineering, synthetic biology, computational biology, food engineering, process design and techno-economic assessment. 

BioZone's research facilities provide a collaborative space and cross-disciplinary approach that enables researchers to share knowledge, processes, and equipment as they tackle difficult technical problems. The facility occupies the west wing of the upper two floors of the Wallberg Building at the University of Toronto, providing over 1,800 square metres of collaborative laboratory and research workspace. The facility’s research labs house a wide array of analytical instruments for molecular biology, protein purification and identification, enzyme kinetics, substrate and metabolite analysis, microscopy and cell growth. The facilities also include a state-of-the-art fee-for-service mass spectrometry facility, equipment for protein characterization and 5 and 80L bioreactors for biomanufacturing.

In 2019 BioZone launched the NSERC CREATE for BioZone, an open science centre for industrial biotechnology in the circular economy. The CREATE for BioZone is a training program that promotes open science principles and provides postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and undergraduate students with training in data fluency, programing, entrepreneurship, knowledge translation, science communication and leadership.

 

Centre for Advanced Coating Technologies (CACT)

Director: Professor Javad Mostaghimi
Website: www.cact.utoronto.ca

The Centre for Advanced Coating Technologies (CACT) was established in 1998 as a collaborative effort by researchers from the departments of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science. The Centre now has over 35 researchers, including professors from both departments, research staff members, post-doctoral fellows, visiting scientists and graduate students.

CACT conducts fundamental and applied research — both computational and experimental — in the areas of thermal spray coating, plasma processing and plasma chemistry, advanced manufacturing, design of novel direct current (DC) plasma torches and radio frequency inductively coupled plasma (RF-ICP) torches.

CACT works closely with industry, universities and research institutions. Research partners have included Pratt & Whitney Canada, Oerlikon-Metco, Sherwin-Williams, GE Global R&D, BMW, Mercedes-Benz Canada Inc., Perkin Elmer International, Fluidigm, Magna and leading universities in Canada, United States, Japan, France, Italy and Germany.

 

Center for Advanced Diffusion-Wave & Photoacoustic Technologies (CADIPT)

Director: Professor Andreas Mandelis
Website: cadipt.mie.utoronto.ca

Diffusion waves: they go where no light has gone before!

At the core of the Center for Advanced Diffusion-Wave and Photoacoustic Technologies (CADIPT) are the unique diagnostic capabilities of diffusion waves and photoacoustics, which include a wide range of physical fields and phenomena: thermal, electronic, photonic and environmental, to name a few. Photoacoustics is a field that encompasses conversion of optical (laser) energy to thermal, elastic and acoustic/ultrasonic processes with wide applications in instrumentation, non-destructive/non-invasive diagnostics and sensor science and technologies.  

CADIPT activities offer opportunities in interdisciplinary research that encompass physics, mathematics, engineering, instrumental implementation and applications of novel laser-based analytical inspection and monitoring techniques, high-precision measurement methodologies, environmental sensor development, analytical, non-destructive and spectroscopic methodologies, signal processing and measurement science and imaging techniques for industrial, environmental, materials science and health sector applications.

For a full description of current CADIPT research, and research mission and objectives, please visit our website.

 

Centre for Advanced Nanotechnology

Director: Professor Harry E. Ruda
Website: sites.utoronto.ca/ecan/

Nanotechnology is the multidisciplinary field of design, fabrication and application of nanometer-scale materials, structures and devices. The field may involve the disciplines of materials science, electrical, computer and mechanical engineering, as well as chemistry, physics, mathematics and biotechnology. Specifically, in semiconductor applications, nanotechnology refers to the technology for the fabrication of electronic and photonic devices with sizes that range from a few nanometers to the sub-micron range; these fields are commonly termed “nanoelectronics” and “nanophotonics,” respectively. Additionally, the term nanotechnology is also currently used to refer to the rapidly developing area of nano-electro-mechanical systems (NEMS), which have only just begun to show their promise for the fields of sensing, biotechnology, integrated optoelectronic and fibre assemblies.

The Centre for Advanced Nanotechnology (CAN) is based on a multidisciplinary team of faculty and researchers from various departments including Applied Science & Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. CAN is Canada’s first centre for nanotechnology research, and it is closely tied to industry and other key nanotechnology research institutions throughout the world.

The main objectives of the Centre, which was established in 1997, include advances in research in both theoretical and experimental methods for a new generation of nanoelectronic and nanophotonic materials, structures and devices; the education and training of a new generation of highly-qualified personnel for industry and academia; collaboration with other members of the academic and industrial community and the establishment of specialized resources and expertise in this expanding field for the scientific community and government.

 

Centre for Global Engineering (CGEN)

Director: Professor Amy Bilton 
Website: cgen.utoronto.ca

As a leading global institution, the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering strives to provide its faculty and students with the tools, opportunities and partnerships to help address the world’s most intractable problems, including food insecurity, energy poverty and lack of access to safe drinking water. The Centre for Global Engineering (CGEN) is a unique, multidisciplinary unit that works to bring engineering knowledge and talent at the University of Toronto together to solve some of these pressing challenges.

CGEN empowers our students through undergraduate and graduate teaching and research programs. Our courses provide students with an understanding of how they can apply their skills to improve the quality of life of the world’s most vulnerable populations. Students can obtain real-world experiences addressing these issues through our collaborative capstone projects with NGOs and academic institutions worldwide. And our multi-disciplinary and innovative research initiatives work to bring together researchers and resources necessary to develop appropriate and sustainable solutions for reducing global poverty. 

 

Centre for Maintenance Optimization & Reliability Engineering (C-MORE)

Director: Professor Chi-Guhn Lee
Website: cmore.mie.utoronto.ca

The Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering's (C-MORE) research is driven by close interactions with industry — in particular, with MORE consortium members and researchers at universities worldwide.

Our focus is on real-world research in engineering asset management in the areas of condition-based maintenance, spares management, protective devices, maintenance and repair contracts, and failure-finding intervals. These strong industry connections not only benefit the companies we work with, but also our graduate students, who find work in maintenance divisions of industry leaders after graduation.

We apply our research with prototype software tools that obtain valuable information from data in corporate databases. Two of these tools are now commercially available through the Ontario-based C-MORE spin-off company OMDEC, and through industry leader and innovator in asset reliability solutions Ivara.

 

Centre for Management of Technology & Entrepreneurship (CMTE)

Director: Associate Professor Yuri Lawryshyn
Founder & Executive Director Emeritus: Professor Emeritus Joseph C. Paradi
Website:
 www.cmte.utoronto.ca

Established in 1991, the Centre has been focused on bringing leading edge problem solving and research innovation to the Canadian Financial Services Industry (FSI). The Centre is interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature. Today, more than ever, the pace of technological change is providing industry leaders unique opportunities to innovate and adopt new technologies. Through strategic partnerships with industry partners, the Centre is a focal point for the advancement of next-generation banking.

The Centre’s goal is to provide the industry with quality, value added research-based practical work, related to three overlapping research areas, namely financial modelling, data mining/analytics and machine learning, while at the same time, providing a unique, practical but challenging industry-related experience for our students. The CMTE’s focused research areas allow for the development of innovative solutions to many FSI related applications, including financial modelling, market risk, operational risk, portfolio optimization, customer analytics, FinTech, productivity enhancement, cyber security and bot applications.

The University of Toronto is at the forefront of technological innovation and is recognized as a world leader in artificial intelligence/machine learning. Through the Centre, industry partners gain access to the University’s world-class researchers. Furthermore, the Centre’s unique research management model ensures successful completion of projects both to the benefit of the students and the partners. Not only do students gain invaluable industry related experience, they develop important business skills. Accordingly, the Centre’s partners often gain significant benefits associated both from the research outcomes, as well as interactions with the students.

Since the Centre’s establishment, over 300 projects at all levels of complexity and intellectual challenge (BASc, MEng, MASc and PhD) have been completed. Graduates of the program are leading successful careers in finance, management, consulting, entrepreneurship and academia.

 

University of Toronto Robotics Institute

Director: Associate Professor Yu Sun
Website: robotics.utoronto.ca

The University of Toronto Robotics Institute is home to the largest and most diversified robotics research program in Canada. Centred around three key pillars — autonomous field robotics, healthcare robotics and advanced manufacturing — we unite, grow, and catalyze collaborations among the many exceptional robotics research clusters at the University and beyond.

The Robotics Institute serves as the headquarters for robotics collaboration, research and education at U of T. We collaborate with partner institutions and with industry to offer undergraduate and graduate students unparalleled opportunities to expand their robotics knowledge and gain hands-on experience through cross-disciplinary training and co-supervision opportunities. The Institute supports U of T Engineering’s undergraduate minor in robotics and mechatronics, an Engineering Science major in robotics and a graduate emphasis in robotics.

 

Institute for Studies in Transdisciplinary Engineering Education & Practice (ISTEP)

Director: Professor Greg Evans
Website: www.engineering.utoronto.ca/istep

ISTEP is U of T Engineering's newest extra-departmental unit and the first institute of its kind in Canada. Bringing together the strengths of several U of T Engineering programs in leadership, technical communication and entrepreneurship, ISTEP is an innovator and leader in pedagogical innovation and transdisciplinary engineering education.

ISTEP provides an academic home for the Engineering Communication Program (ECP), Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (Troost ILead), Collaborative Specialization in Engineering Education (EngEd), Certificate in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Small Business, Engineering Business Minor and some first-year instruction.  

 

Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE)

Director: Associate Professor Josh Taylor
Associate Director: Professor Tim Bender
Administrator: Mandeep Rayat

Website: energy.utoronto.ca

The University of Toronto Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE) is a catalyst that facilitates interactions and collaborations to advance the development of cleaner and more efficient energy in Canada. The motivation behind the Institute was to advance the tremendous amount of research already underway throughout the University in a wide variety of energy-related fields and to tackle the most challenging problems facing sustainable energy through a multidisciplinary approach.

The ISE is open to students, faculty, industry and government members involved in increasing energy efficiency and reducing the environmental impact of energy use and conversion, whether through new technologies, policy work, computational sustainability, materials science or other routes.

The Institute is a focal point for energy research, collaboration, news and events. An increasingly important role for the unit is the coordination and administration of funding initiatives and connecting researchers to Canadian energy companies.

 

Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering

Director: Professor Warren Chan 
Website:
 ibbme.utoronto.ca

Biomedical engineering aims to use engineering or physical science principles to solve biological and medical problems. The Institute is the largest biomedical engineering hub for education, research and community at the University of Toronto and in Canada. It is the only division that is managed by three different faculties  Applied Science & Engineering, Medicine and Dentistry. 

The diversity in education and research ecosystems equips our researchers with the ability to address pressing medical questions — ranging from fundamental mechanisms to clinical cases — and build new companies. The Institute’s core laboratories are principally located in the Rosebrugh Building, Lassonde Mining Building, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research and MaRS Building on the St. George campus. Additionally, the Institute has labs at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (KiTE). 

There are over 100 faculty (core and cross-appointed) who research molecular, cell and tissue and clinical engineering. The faculty members lead state-of-art research in a series of emerging areas such as nanotechnology, systems biology, regenerative medicine, bioelectronics and rehabilitation engineering. 

The Institute offers three graduate programs at the doctoral and masters level (PhD, MASc, and MHSc) in biomedical and clinical engineering. Additionally, a one-year course-based professional master of engineering (MEng) program also joined our offerings in 2016. Since an undergraduate degree in engineering is not a prerequisite for admission into the Institute's graduate programs, we have welcomed students with backgrounds in engineering, biology, medicine, chemistry, physics and psychology.

While the Institute does not have a full undergraduate program, several undergraduate student bodies are associated with the Institute. Students enrolled in the Division of Engineering Science can select the Biomedical Systems Engineering major. These students take courses in tissue engineering, imaging, control and other relevant topics in biomedical engineering. The second student body is the biomedical engineering minor’s program, where students from non-biomedical engineering departments can learn the basic principles of biomedical engineering.
Students who graduate from the Institute work in different industrial sectors (biotechnology, pharmaceutical, computer, marketing), government agencies and academia. A large number of our students are involved in building start-up companies. Overall, job opportunities for IBBME students are broad. 

 

Lassonde Institute of Mining

Director: Professor Lesley Warren
Website: www.lassondeinstitute.utoronto.ca

The Lassonde Institute of Mining is a world-leading interdisciplinary mining research institute at the University of Toronto.

It is a global leader in innovative research across the spectrum of mining activities, from exploration and extraction, to processing and metallurgy. It aims to attract and train future leaders in mining research and use its researchers’ expertise to benefit the mining industry.

Institute personnel develop leading-edge solutions for the mining industry with a focus on sustainability. Comprised of an exceptional community of students, researchers, and engineers, the institute addresses the most important scientific problems facing mining. The institute brings together mining, civil, materials, and chemical engineers, as well as geophysicists, geologists, geochemists, and environmental scientists, who conduct research that crosses traditional disciplinary boundaries.

By training and cultivating the people who will help find solutions to the greatest contemporary mining problems, and by contributing the ideas and pioneering the practical technologies that will make the difference, the Lassonde Institute of Mining fulfills its obligation as a world-leading centre.

The Institute was created with the financial assistance of the Canadian minerals industry, and in particular Dr. Pierre Lassonde, as well as with support from the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

 

Pulp & Paper Centre

Director: Professor Honghi Tran
Website: www.pulpandpaper.utoronto.ca

A strategic material produced from a renewable resource, paper is critical to our civilization. Paper has been of paramount importance in the transmission and storage of information necessary to science and literature. It has also enabled the creation of modern business and industry. Even in the modern world, paper, in partnership with electronic information systems, is essential. Wood pulp is raw material not only for paper but for thousands of structural, absorbent and packaging products that are so completely embedded in our lives that we often overlook them. Canada is one of the largest suppliers of pulp and newsprint and has a long tradition of scientific and technological leadership. These factors make our country a major force in the pulp and paper world. 

The Pulp & Paper Centre at the University of Toronto, which exists within the umbrella of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, was founded in 1987. Although the Centre has grown and changed with the challenges that face the industry, its mission since inception has been to stimulate research and support teaching in pulp and paper science and engineering and to encourage collaborative research with industry partners.

For the past 33 years, the Centre has hosted a continuous series of 12 university-industry research consortia that have traditionally focused on energy and chemical recovery, and have more recently broadened in focus to include biofuel combustion and biorefinery research projects which seek to convert forest biomass and mill waste into alternative sources of energy. This work has increased the competitiveness of the Canadian pulp and paper industry and its suppliers by improving energy and chemical recovery efficiency, improving operational safety, increasing equipment reliability and efficiency, increasing utilization of biofuels, reducing environmental impact, and lowering the carbon footprint. This long-lasting partnership has supported the research of many professors, researchers and students and, over the years, has engaged over 60 different companies. The present consortium on energy and chemical recovery involves 15 professors and over 25 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from four university departments, and 25 industry partners from seven countries. 

The Centre continues to enrich students’ educational experience through interesting and relevant research projects, seminar programs, professional development programs, annual research meetings, and international exchanges. The Pulp and Paper centre is also well integrated with the Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry's (TAPPI) student chapter, providing ample opportunity for networking within the industry worldwide.

Technical and engineering problems are illuminated and rigorous research methodologies are applied to investigate the underlying critical phenomena. This has made the University a significant source of expertise for the pulp and paper industry and their suppliers in Canada and the world and has created a unique learning environment for students. 

 

Southern Ontario Centre for Atmospheric Aerosol Research (SOCAAR)

Director: Professor Greg Evans
Website: www.socaar.utoronto.ca

The Southern Ontario Centre for Atmospheric Aerosol Research (SOCAAR) is an interdisciplinary research centre — hosted in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering — dedicated to the study of air quality with a focus on the effects of aerosol on human health, the environment and climate. SOCAAR promotes collaborative research through access to state-of-the-art facilities and partnerships with government and industry. Additionally, the Centre offers the opportunity for student involvement at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Recent research projects include exposure of urban populations to particulate matter, the toxicity of vehicle emissions, influence of particles on cloud formation and climate and the development of novel methods to analyze atmospheric pollutants.

SOCAAR represents the Canadian Aerosol Research Network (CARN), a collective that formally unites the expertise of leading Canadian aerosol researchers from the University of Toronto, Dalhousie University and University of British Columbia.

 

Toronto Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Centre & Testbed

Director: Professor Baher Abdulhai
Website: uttri.utoronto.ca/research/research-facilities/its-centre-and-testbed/

The University of Toronto houses the Toronto Intelligent Transportation Systems Centre & Testbed (ITS). ITS is a global phenomenon that combines a broad range of diverse technologies that are applied to transportation to save lives, money and time. 

ITS cuts across disciplines such as transportation engineering, telecommunications, computer science, economics, electronic and automobile manufacturing, to name a few.

ITS is not restricted to civil engineers or a single department or agency. Instead, the field includes a number of departments, agencies and jurisdictions and a rapidly expanding worldwide market. 

Access to this market is vital to transportation and related technology sectors. In addition to direct transport benefits, a healthy ITS industry also has a number of non-traffic-related societal benefits, which include the stimulation of new information technology-based industries and the creation of new markets and jobs. ITS is more than just intelligent solutions on the road. It is a strategic direction for national and international economies. 

To train the next generation of ITS professionals, the University of Toronto offers a comprehensive ITS research and development program, which includes the ITS Testbed. The Testbed is composed of a University-based R&D centre equipped with capabilities for designing traffic analysis and decision-support tools and real-time traffic control methods. 

The Testbed is designed to be a meeting ground for practitioners and researchers from the public, academic and private sectors to research new approaches to transportation systems management and to accelerate ITS deployment through advanced technology research.

 

Toronto Nanofabrication Centre (TNFC)

Director: Professor Wai Tung Ng
Website: tnfc.utoronto.ca

The Toronto Nanofabrication Centre (TNFC) is an open access interdisciplinary research prototyping and testing facility at the University of Toronto. The Centre offers global research leadership by providing access to state-of-the-art nanofabrication facilities, collaborative research networks, advanced educational opportunities and information exchange events for registered users and clients. 

TNFC facilities are not dedicated or restricted to any particular research group. Technical staff at TNFC maintain the facilities, instructs and assists users and provides nanofabrication services for domestic and international academic and industrial clients.

Key research areas supported by TNFC include lab-on-a-chip fabrication, microfluidics, MEMS/NEMS, photonic materials and devices, micro/nano-electronic devices, integrated optics, nano-plasmonics, photovoltaic devices, CMOS Processing, power semiconductor devices, nanomaterial synthesis and spintronic devices.

TNFC is an important hub for prototype development and fabrication on campus, managed by a lean team of one director, one administrative coordinator and five technical staff members, including two lab managers and two lab technicians. TNFC technical staff operates and maintains two specialized fabrication facilities, including the Pratt Microfabrication Facility and Wallberg Electron Beam Nanolithography Facility.

The Centre provides a unique, valuable service to researchers and students involved in micro/nanofabrication fields. As an open-access facility, TNFC regularly provides dedicated technical expertise, including process development consultation and equipment training sessions, so students and other researchers may fulfil their development objectives and enhance their education within the curriculum at U of T. 

With a user base of over 50 principal investigators and over 100 users (mostly graduate research students) across 30 departments within the University of Toronto and external institutions/organizations, TNFC continues to be an essential resource for both local and regional research communities.

 

Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (Troost ILead)

Director: Professor Emily Moore 
Website: ilead.engineering.utoronto.ca

The Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (Troost ILead) provides transformative learning opportunities so that students and professionals can develop the leadership skills necessary for success in their future endeavours. We empower the whole engineer to maximize their potential and contribution.

Troost ILead undertakes student programming, academic and industry-focused research, as well as outreach to engineering leadership educators and engineering-intensive enterprises.

The world demands engineers who are successful problem solvers who are empowered to tackle complex, global issues. Leadership education allows individuals and groups to contribute more effectively to engineering and social innovation.

Our vision: Engineers leading change to build a better world. 

 

University of Toronto Institute for Multi-Disciplinary Design and Innovation (UT-IMDI)

Director: Professor Kamran Behdinan
Website: imdi.mie.utoronto.ca

The new EDU:D is called the University of Toronto Institute for Multi-Disciplinary Design and Innovation (UT-IMDI). It was officially established in January 2012 with Dr. Kamran Behdinan as its founding director. The aim of UT-IMDI is to create, in partnership with industry, a unique project-based-learning (PBL) environment in partnership with industry.

UT-IMDI provides undergraduate and graduate students with real-life training opportunities by involving them in practical, industry-based projects. It is a vehicle to promote awareness of design and development challenges facing the industry with emphasis on its multi-disciplinary nature and evolving technology. 

Through the networking opportunities provided by the Institute, students develop links with industry, and, as a result, better position themselves for future careers. The design experience gained from the Institute is complementary to the experience gained through the capstone design courses.

 

University of Toronto Transportation Research Institute (UTTRI)

Director: Professor Eric Miller 
Website: uttri.utoronto.ca

UTTRI brings the considerable depth and breadth of University of Toronto research to bear on real-world urban transportation problems from perspectives of engineering, humanities and science. As a solution-oriented think-tank, it fills a critical gap between traditional academic basic research, professional consulting and public sector transportation planning and operations. 

Building upon our research expertise and working relationships with both the public and private sectors, UTTRI seeks solutions to pressing problems facing our cities, such as cost-effective suburban transit systems, politically acceptable road pricing systems for network performance, dynamic real-time control of road and transit systems for capacity maximization, improved urban logistics systems for goods movements, improved urban and street design for walk and cycling, and more.

How we design, build and operate our cities will directly determine our economic prosperity, environmental sustainability, health and social well-being. Major transportation challenges can be solved and major new opportunities can be exploited only through coordination and integration of multiple areas of research.

UTTRI's mandate is to provide the coordination and integration needed to support large-scale, high-impact research, provide the foundation for a comprehensive central hub for transportation-related research at the University of Toronto and to support research partnerships the University of Toronto establishes with other institutions around the world.