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Dean's office

The Office of the Dean is responsible for setting academic priorities within the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science and managing the Faculty in accordance with Collective Agreements and other University policies.


About the dean

Amir Asif Amir Asif

Amir Asif holds a PhD and a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. His research specifically focuses on distributed detection in sensor networks, robust detection and imaging with special emphasis on bioimaging and cancer visualization by time reversal, signal processing on graphs and analytics for Big Data, and transcoding framework for high-definition video transcoding for multimedia communications.

Before becoming Concordia's Dean of Engineering and Computer Science, he served as chair of York University’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science for seven years, building it from a classic computer science department into a large multidisciplinary unit -- the core of the current-day Lassonde School of Engineering.

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Associate deans and special advisor

Dean Asif is supported in his work by four Associate Deans, and the Aerospace Special Advisor.


Faculty Council
The Faculty Council is the legislative body within the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science that has responsibility for good governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty.
Faculty Council
Industrial Advisory Council
The Industrial Advisory Council is committed fostering excellence in academic programs and research, to ensure their relevance, and to enhance the development of the Faculty’s relationships with industry as well as public and parapublic institutions related to engineering and computer science.
Industrial Advisory Council
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