Section 71.90 Centre for Engineering in Society

Centre for Engineering in Society



GOVIND GOPAKUMAR, PhD Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Associate Professor

Associate Chair

TANJA TAJMEL, PhD Humboldt University of Berlin; Associate Professor

Associate Professor

KETRA SCHMITT, PhD Carnegie Mellon University; Associate Professor

Associate Professor Emerita

CATHARINE MARSDEN, PhD McGill University; PEng

Assistant Professor

BRANDIFF CARON, PhD Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Assistant Professor

Senior Lecturer Emerita

NANCY ACEMIAN, PhD Concordia University


FARRAH FAYYAZ, PhD Purdue University; Lecturer
STUART JAMES MACMILLAN, PhD Concordia University; Lecturer


Sir George Williams Campus


For the complete list of faculty members, please consult the Department website.


The Centre for Engineering in Society (CES) has been created with two major objectives. The primary objective of the CES is to blend the teaching of engineering and technology with skills needed for students to become professionals who are responsible, articulate and ethical. The CES brings complementary skills and knowledge to engineering and information technology training by offering suitable courses.

An additional objective of the CES is to coordinate and manage those graduate and undergraduate courses in engineering, engineering mathematics, and computer science that are common to multiple departments within the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.

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