Engineering & Computer Science
As a graduate of the Faculty of Engineering & Computer Science, you are a valued member of a network of over 15,000 alumni throughout the world.
Staying connected to our alma mater brings many rewards, not least of which is the networking opportunity at our many events. You'd be surprised at the pace of positive developments at Concordia University, and your alumni chapter will keep you abreast of all the latest news.
Veronique Tokateloff, BEng 05
Véronique Tokateloff obtained her Masters of Applied Science in mechanical engineering at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, and completed her thesis work at the Canadian Space Agency in St. Hubert, Quebec. She is currently working in the space and automotive industries as a technical consultant and structural analyst at Maya Heat Transfer Technologies.
Ali Boroumandian, BCompSc 08
Ali holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with a minor in Information Systems from Concordia University. He is currently pursuing his Master's in Software Engineering at Concordia.
Ali has worked many years as an entrepreneur. He has work experience in sales, management, marketing, consulting, and in computer technology. He plans to assist the ECAC to promote job and networking related opportunities to alumni.
Claude Fachkha, MEng 10, PhD candidate
After earning his BEng in Computer and Communication Engineering from Notre Dame University in 2008, Claude Fachkha enrolled at Concordia and completed a Master’s of Engineering in Information Systems Security with high distinction two years later. After receiving a four-year scholarship, he’s continuing his studies at Concordia as a PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Khaled Murywed, BEng 08
Khaled works full-time in the telecommunications industry and he feels compelled to provide job search tools to new alumni by facilitating their introduction to the job market. He hopes to accomplish this by organizing events which will encourage networking and socializing, both efficient methods to find employment. Alumni are welcome to approach Khaled at any ECAC event if they are seeking career advice.
Arash Ashkan Alam, MASc 10
Arash received his BEng from Iran University of Science and Technology in Tehran. He subsequently earned his Masters in Industrial Engineering at Concordia, with a major in supply chain management. He currently works in the aerospace industry in project management. Arash is happy to share his job interview strategies with ECAC members.
The ECAC has partnerned with the Engineering Career Network to offer you exclusive placement and career management services.
Concordia Engineering and Computer Science alumni with more than two years of experience are entitled to many benefits and free services from the employment portal. Not only will you find job opportunities for professionals and executives in engineering and computer science, but you can also take advantage of career management tools and free and confidential services from HR experts.