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Read in-depth stories of Carleton research projects and achievements.
The Faculty of Engineering and Design is research intensive, attracting millions of dollars in research funding annually. Our faculty members are internationally known for research expertise in many branches of engineering and design. Our researchers are innovating at a prolific rate as demonstrated by the number and quality of their published articles and conference presentations.
This naturally leads to our inclusion in several provincial and federal Centers of Excellence as well as research partnerships with government laboratories, industry leaders and other universities worldwide. For example, the Huawei-TELUS Innovation Centre for Enterprise Cloud Services that is housed in the new canal building, we were the only Canadian location for a Texas Instruments Elite Digital Signal Processing laboratory, and the only Canadian member of Alcatel’s Research Partner program.
Graduate students are an essential part of any research program. As a new or current graduate student, awards and financial support are available. The Faculty of Engineering and Design offers a full range of master’s and doctoral programs in engineering, as well as a research-oriented master’s degree in architecture. Some of the graduate programs that we offer jointly with the University of Ottawa are among the largest programs in their disciplines in Canada. Learn more about graduate studies at Carleton. Check out professional development opportunities for graduate students at Grad Navigate.
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Ingenious Newsletter – Summer 2017 Issue Now Available Online!
The Summer 2017 issue of the Faculty of Engineering and Design’s Ingenious magazine is now available online! Find out how Carleton’s engineering and information technology researchers are helping to lay the groundwork for the future of intelligent...
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Carleton’s Immersive Media Studio to Demonstrate Innovations in Architectural Rehabilitation
The Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) will be performing live demonstrations of various aspects of the studio’s innovative work as part of the Parliament Hill renovations. The demonstrations will take place over the course of three days throughout the summer. CIMS graduate students will provide the live demonstrations. The schedule includes...
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
From Tut’s Tomb to Ancient Temples – Global Heritage Conservation at Carleton
From the subterranean mystique of Tutankhamen’s tomb in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings and the sunbaked 1,000-year-old temples of Bagan, Myanmar, to the ancient homes on Bahrain’s Pearl Road and the earthquake-damaged earthen buildings in Katmandu, Carleton University’s Mario Santana Quinterois painstakingly working to document and preserve...