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Member of the Canadian Academy of Engineering

Deadline: October 31

Additional information

A Canadian Citizen or permanent resident for a minimum of three years shall be qualified as a candidate for Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Engineering if it is shown that he/she has made substantial contributions to engineering in Canada, another country or globally with a significant impact on society including in one or more of the following categories:

  • Significant contributions to the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology or engineering knowledge.
  • Significant contribution to the art and practice of engineering.
  • Significant contributions to the development of organizations which are based on engineering knowledge.

A candidate for membership shall be recognized by associates and others for professional integrity as well as for engineering accomplishments. Unique effectiveness and efficiency in leadership of organizations that have conducted pioneering or complex programs or that have made noteworthy contributions to industry, engineering education or public policy affecting engineering should be considered in addition to the primary qualifications outlined above. The contributions must surpass what would normally be considered a successful career in the field of the candidate.

UVic members include:

  • Dr. Jen Bornemann (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

  • Dr. Thomas Darcie (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

  • Dr. Ned Djilali (Mechanical Engineering)
  • Dr. Sadik Dost (Mechanical Engineering)

  • Dr. Aaron Gulliver (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

  • Dr. Wolfgang Hoefer (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

  • Dr. Christopher Kennedy (Civil Engineering)

  • Dr. Hausi Muller (Computer Science)

  • Dr. Afzal Suleman (Mechanical Engineering)

  • Dr. Tom Tiedje (Electrical and Computer Engineering)