Our current students (in 2021):

  • Wafaa Baabou – Ph.D., Environmental Science, UQAM (2017-21). Wafaa is studying the environmental feasibility of existing building rehabilitation. Through using life cycle assessment, the study focus the impacts of embodied carbon and resource depletion from construction’s materials. The case study will be held on existing old schools of Quebec. She holds a M.A.Sc. in environmental engineering from ETS Montreal.
  • Michelle Duong – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2019-21)
  • Rachel Gerber – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2021-22)
  • Michael Gutland – M.A.Sc./Ph.D., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2016-21).  Michael is studying building physics in heritage buildings, specializing in hygrothermal simulation, building pathology assessment and the effects of climate change on building envelopes.
  • Renee Halle – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2019-21)
  • Elyse Hamp – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2019-21)
  • Melissa Lengies – M.Arch., Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2021-22)
  • Taylor Quibell – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2021-22)
  • Devon Rudyk – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2021-22). Devon will also participate in the NSERC CREATE UTILI program.
  • Ruth Tamas – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2020-22)

Our program alumni since 2016 – click on the each alumni’s name for a link to their thesis.

  • Reem Awad– M.Arch., Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2017-19). Thesis: The Palestinian Refugee Camps: From Crisis to Cultural Heritage. 
  • Justin Berquist – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2015-17). Thesis: A Quantitative Model-based Fault Detection & Diagnostics (FDD) System for Zone-level Inefficiencies. 
  • Etienne Berube – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2019-21)
  • Kathleen Chin – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2016-18). Thesis: The Potential of the Discarded: Creating Affordable Housing from a Vacant Modern Complex.
  • Kevin Complido – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2018-20). Thesis: Symbols, Sentinels and Reading Rooms: Cultivating Literacies of Place in Central Industrial, Saskatoon.
  • Erik Costamagna – Post-Doctoral Fellow, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton University (2018).
  • Alison Creba – M.A., School of Indigenous & Canadian Studies, Carleton (2017-18)
  • Joshua Dalphy – M.A.Sc., Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Carleton (2015-17). Thesis: Improved Method for Airborne Photogrammetry Using Small Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles in Recording Existing and Historic Structures.
  • Abhijit Dhanda – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2017-19). Thesis: The Geometric Documentation of Painted Surfaces. 
  • Raluca Dobrotescu – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2016-18). Thesis: Framework for Ensuring the Ongoing Maintenance of Existing Buildings APplied to a National Capital Commission Case Study.
  • Zeynep Ekim  – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton  (2015-17). Thesis: Ruinophilia: Preserving Cultural Narratives of a Lighthouse Through Controlled Ruination.
  • Kristian Falkjar – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2017-19). Thesis: An experimental study on the effects of casein protein in unreinforced lime mortar specimens.
  • Carly Farmer – M.Arch., Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2015-17). Thesis: Regenerating the Heart of Rural Ontario: New Life for Old Mills.
  • Alex Federman – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2015-17). Thesis: Documentation for the Conservation of Built Heritage: Analysis of Recording Methodologies.
  • Freed Gomes – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2019-21)
  • Jesslyn Granda – M.Arch., Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2016-18)
  • Robin Hoytema – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2019-21)
  • Larissa Ide – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2018-20). Thesis: Balancing Trade-Offs Between Deep Energy Retrofits and Heritage Conservation.
  • Jamie Marrs – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2018-20). Thesis: The History, Mechanics, and Strength of Stone Buttresses in Canada.
  • Luke McElcheran – M.Arch, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2019-21)
  • Natalie Miller – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2015-17)
  • Miquel Reina Ortiz – Ph.D., Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton (2016-21). Miquel is studying the documentation and analysis of the structure of heritage buildings, and the influence of local and international guidelines on architectural practice. He holds an Architecture degree from ETSA Barcelona.
  • Farzaneh Rezaei – M.Sc., Environmental Engineering, UQAM (2016-18)
  • Sujan Shrestha – Post-Doctoral Fellow, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton University (2016-18). Sujan is studying heritage conservation of the Kathmandu valley after the Gorkha Earthquake of 2015, using digital workflows. He holds a Ph.D. in Structural Engineering from Sapienza University in Rome (2015).
  • Natalie Smith – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2018-20)
  • Adrian Soble – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2018-20). Thesis: Holistic Indoor Environmental Quality & Energy Simulation: Generative Design Assessment Methodology for Heritage Building Retrofits.
  • Adam Weigert – M.A.Sc., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Carleton (2017-19)
  • Diego Zambrano – M.I.T., School of Information Technology, Carleton (2017-19). Thesis: Comparative Analysis aimed at optimization and visualization of BIM for VR applications.