Zuomin Dong (Chair), Professor, PhD, PEng, State Univ. of New York at Buffalo. Contact: 250-721-8900, EOW 551; firstname.lastname@example.org
Integrated multiphysics modeling, simulation and global optimization, next generation hybrid electric vehicles and fuel cell systems; optimal 5-axis CNC tool path generation, smart grid, green ship, and intelligent systems. Home Page
Yang Shi (director of the undergraduate program), Professor, PhD, (Alberta), PEng. Contact: 250-853-3178, EOW 519, email@example.com
Systems and control, networked and distributed control systems, MPC and distributed MPC, mechatronics, navigation and control of autonomous vehicles, optimization and control of energy systems. Home Page
Henning Struchtrup, Professor, PhD, PEng, Technical University, Berlin. Contact: 250-721-8916, EOW 511; firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, microscale transport, aerosol coagulation. Home Page
Afzal Suleman, Professor, PhD, PEng, University of British Columbia. Contact: 250-721-6039, EOW 509; email@example.com
Multidisciplinary design optimization, computational and experimental mechanics with application to aerospace structures and systems.
Caterina Valeo, Professor, PhD, PEng, McMaster University. Contact: 250-721-8623, EOW 543; firstname.lastname@example.org
Disturbance modelling in forested regions, sustainable urban development of water resources, climate change impacts and analysis using artificial neural networks, pollutant dispersion modelling in rivers and nearshore regions. Home Page
Curran A. Crawford, Associate Professor, PhD, EIT, Cambridge University. Contact: 250-721-7960, EOW 537; email@example.com
Multidisciplinary design optimization; wind turbine analysis and design; variable fidelity aerodynamic and structural modeling; sustainable energy systems. Home Page
Nikolai Dechev, Associate Professor, PhD, PEng, University of Toronto. Contact: 250-721-8933, EOW 517; firstname.lastname@example.org
Biomedical systems design, MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems), mechatronics, robotics and automation. Laboratory Page.
Phalguni Mukhopadhyaya, Associate Professor, PhD, PEng, University of Sheffield, UK. Contact: 250-472-4546, EOW 339; email@example.com
Energy efficient buildings, high performance thermal insulations, hygrothermal properties of construction materials, moisture management in building envelopes, wood-frame constructions, novel and/or bio-based construction materials, technologies for retrofitting building envelope and structures.
Ben Nadler, Associate Professor, PhD, PEng, University of California - Berkeley. Contact: 250-721-6050, EOW 507; firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuum mechanics, computational mechanics, mechanics of shells and thin films, material evolution, mechanics of high-strength fabric materials, biomechanics, multi-scale modeling, Cosserat media.
Peter Oshkai (director of the graduate program), Associate Professor, PhD, Lehigh University. Contact: 250-721-8922, EOW 529; email@example.com
Unsteady flows, flow-acoustic coupling, fluid-structure interactions. Home Page
Stephanie Willerth, Associate Professor, PhD, PEng, Washington University in St. Louis. Contact: 250-721-7303, EOW 513; firstname.lastname@example.org, lab site
Biomedical engineering; tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, biomaterials scaffolds for controlling stem cell differentiation.
Jooeun Ahn, Assistant Professor, PhD, MIT. Contact: 250-721-8696, EOW 533; email@example.com
Dynamics of Human Movement, Human Motor Control, Nonlinear Dynamics, Biomechanics, Robotic Assistance to Human Movement.
Mohsen Akbari, Assistant Professor, PhD. Simon Fraser University. Contact: TBA, EOW TBA; firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications of Micro- and Nanotechnologies for Biomedical Engineering (Bio-MEMS) and Energy, Tissue Engineering, Organs-on-Chip, Microfluidics and Sustainable Energy.
Rustom B. Bhiladvala, Assistant Professor, PhD, Yale University. Contact: 250-721-8616, EOW 521; email@example.com
Nanoscale materials, mechanics and transport. Fluid and biomedical sensor development. Energy and sustainable development.
Tom Gleeson, Assistant Professor, PhD, PEng, Queen's University. Contact: 250-853-3934, EOW 341; tgleesonATuvic.ca
Groundwater footprints and sustainability; mega-scale groundwater systems; groundwater recharge and discharge; fluid flow around geologic structures; hydrology; water resources
Andrew Hung, PhD, Carnegie Mellon
Hubert W. King, Professor, PhD, PEng, University of Birmingham
Zhong-Sheng (Simon) Liu, PhD, Jilin
Yasunori Okono, PhD, Waseda
Barbara Sawicki, PhD, Jagiellonian
David S. Scott, BSc, MSc (Queen’s), PhD (Northw), PEng
Yury Stepanenko, DipEng (Moscow Inst of Machine Tool Eng), Candidate of Science (Moscow Eng Res Inst), DSc (Academy of Science, USSR)
Geoffrey W. Vickers, DipEng (Birm), MSc, PhD (Manc), PEng, CEng
Susan Fiddler, BMus (Victoria), Mechanical Engineering Cooperative Education Coordinator
Calvin Tripp, BASc (Waterloo), Mechanical Engineering Cooperative Education Coordinator
Carlos Correia, Lic., (Porto), PhD (Paris)