Professor Jacques Albert of the Department of Electronics in the Faculty of Engineering and Design won a Research Achievement Awards 2017 for the project:Optical Fiber-Optic Sensor System for Aerospace ApplicationsMarch 3, 2017
Congratulations to Sondos for the Best Student Paper Award (first place) for your paper “Dual-Purpose Tilted Fiber Bragg Grating for Simultaneous Inducement of Localised Hyperthermia and Temperature Profiling” presented at Photonics North 2016 in Quebec CityOctober 7, 2016
Carleton University’s Ravens Knights team has earned second place at the 2016 CanSat Competition, held in Burkett, Texas from June 10 to 12, 2016.July 13, 2016
Mackenzie Cook for receiving the University Medal - Master's level.
Alex Ross for receiving the Senate Medal - Master's level.
Andrew Kam for receiving the University Medal in Engineering.
The Department of Electronics sadly announces the passing of Professor Emeritus Miles Alexander Copeland. He died peacefully on April 27, 2016 at Kingston General Hospital and will be missed by his colleagues, and previous students at Carleton University. Miles was a much admired man with a brilliant and inquisitive mind, but also known for his generosity as a mentor to countless students. An IEEE Fellow, Professor Copeland was recently awarded the prestigious Pederson Award for his pioneering work in solid-state circuit design.May 11, 2016
Carleton University’s Miles Copeland, professor emeritus in the Faculty of Engineering and Design, has received the 2016 IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits.
“The research-intensive Faculty of Engineering and Design is extremely proud of Prof. Copeland’s achievements,” said Dean Rafik Goubran. “His outstanding contributions to solid-state circuits have significantly impacted technology and the engineering profession.”February 10, 2016
According to Health Canada, an estimated 3,000 Canadians die each year from lung cancer induced by radon exposure. A Carleton team is trying to change that.
Graduate engineering Student Alex Ross first heard of radon when he was looking for a focus for his fourth-year engineering project.
Radon is an invisible, odourless and tasteless radioactive gas found naturally in the earth. Ubiquitous in nature, radon is produced in uranium’s decay chain, and is able to move freely through soil and water.November 17, 2015
Congratulations to Q.J. Zhang.June 2, 2015