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Administrative staff


Kathleen McAleese

Kathleen McAleese
Department Assistant

Kathy provides administrative support and general information to our undergraduate students, faculty members and the public. Her enthusiasm for helping students has spanned more than two decades across in two faculties and she is the “go-to person” for all aspects of a student’s academic life from day one to graduation.

Office: EV-6.761
Tel: 514-848-2424 ext. 4626
Email: designandcomputationarts@concordia.ca


Angela Enea
Department Assistant

Angela provides administrative support and general information to our graduate students, faculty members and the public. She is the “go-to person” for all aspects of a student’s academic life from day one to graduation.

Office: EV-6.759
Tel: 514-848-2424 ext. 4456
Email: mdes@concordia.ca


Michelina Sardella

Michelina Sardella
Department Coordinator

Michelina manages all departmental administrative matters, including budgets, office activities, committees and projects, and academic planning and scheduling.

Office: EV-6.761
Tel: 514-848-2424 ext. 4789
Email: michelina.sardella@concordia.ca


Technical staff


Elio Bidinost

Elio Bidinost
Sensor Lab Coordinator

Elio has managed the Sensor Lab in the Department of Design and Computation Arts at Concordia since 2007. He is proficient at the intersection of design and computation, including interaction and interface design, tangible media, physical computing and responsive environments.

Education
Graduate Diploma in Computer Science (In Progress)
BFA Computation Arts

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Sabine Rosenberg

Sabine Rosenberg
Computation Lab Coordinator

Education
M.Comp.Sc., Concordia University ('13)
B.Comp.Sc. Honours Computer Applications, Major Computation Arts ('09)

Sabine’s key role as Computation Lab Coordinator is to assist CART and DART students with programming-intensive projects. She has a background in theatre and multimedia along with a degree in Computer Science.

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