Faculty of Engineering and Design

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Ingenious - Summer 2016

The Summer 2016 issue of our Ingenious newsletter is available now!

The Summer 2016 issue of our Ingenious newsletter is available now!... View more

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Accessible IDeAs

Carleton students awarded 1st & 3rd prize at 2016 IDeA Competition

Carleton students awarded 1st & 3rd prize at 2016 IDeA Competition... View more

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Leaders in Research

Banu Örmeci Wins Partners in Research Engineering Ambassador Award

Banu Örmeci Wins Partners in Research Engineering Ambassador Award... View more

Make Carleton your first choice for Engineering and Design

As one of the nation’s leading institutions in the study and research of engineering, architecture, industrial design, and information technology, Carleton’s comprehensive platform of programs provides students with an environment that is challenging, diverse and flexible.

The engineering and design professions are engines of economic growth and social change. Through the introduction of new products and technological innovations, our researchers and graduates continue to improve our standard of living. Carleton’s program offerings continue to grow and adapt to the changing needs of society so that our graduates have the knowledge and skills to shape the future.

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Virtual Ventures Launches Annual Summer Camp Program

What do video games, Lego and pop bottle rockets have in common? The ability to inspire young minds to explore the fascinating world of engineering and technology as part of an interactive and entertaining summer camp at Carleton University. In early July, Carleton’s research intensive Faculty of... More

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Misson Possible – Female Engineers in Aerospace

Joana Rocha spends a lot of time thinking about noise. Specifically, how to reduce noise inside and outside airplanes in flight. This is a safety issue, as well as a question of comfort for passengers and crews in a competitive global industry that expects traffic to double within two decades.... More

Thursday, July 14th, 2016 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Carleton Welcomes 2016 SHAD Program Participants

Carleton University is hosting 55 top high school students from across Canada this July as they take part in the SHAD program and work with faculty to analyze and explore innovative solutions for this year’s theme of improving food security for Canadians. When Canada was founded many people grew... More

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Ingenious Newsletter – Summer 2016 Issue Now Available

The Summer 2016 issue of the Faculty of Engineering and Design’s Ingenious newsletter is available now! Find out how Carleton graduates are emerging as leaders in a booming tech industry – from high-tech wearables to social media giants and premium electric vehicles.... More

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Engineering and Design at Carleton Receives $3.3M NSERC Boost

Twenty-six researchers and graduate students from Carleton’s research-intensive Faculty of Engineering and Design have been awarded $3.3 million in funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to conduct ground-breaking engineering research on projects... More

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Civil Engineering graduate Ted Katz (BEng/63) giving back to Carleton

Carleton graduate Ted Katz (BEng/63) knows first-hand the importance of supporting post-secondary education for those who may otherwise not have the opportunity. From the time was 15 years old, Ted dreamt of becoming a civil engineer. As a young man, he arrived in Canada in 1956 as a Hungarian... More

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 in Alumni Notes Feed for all posts filed under Alumni Notes, News Feed for all posts filed under News

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