The Troitsky Bridge Building Competition celebrated its 30-year anniversary during the 2014 edition of Engineering Week, February 24 - March 1. Concordia hosted student teams from across North America who used wood, popsicle sticks and other sundry items to build structures capable of withstanding many pound of force--applied, of course, by the legendary "Crusher" machine. Watch the video to see some of the excitement.
The Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science is dedicated to providing high-quality and comprehensive undergraduate and graduate curricula, to promoting high-caliber research, and to the development of the profession of engineering and computer science in an ethical and socially responsible manner. We strive to prepare graduates to solve real world problems with excellent professional skills leading to superior career opportunities.
The Faculty's vision is to be recognized globally for excellence in innovative, applied, and socially relevant research and for excellence in academic programs for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Download our Strategic Action Plan to find out more.
Accreditation initiatives are led by Dr. Ali Akgunduz, Associate Dean of Academic Programs.
Accreditation Assessment System (AAS)
The Attribute Assessment System (AAS) web application enables the recording of graduate attribute assessment as required by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. For the purposes of the AAS system, each term, every department assigns a set of courses that measure graduate attributes. These courses are said to participate in the AAS system. For each participating course, the department specifies which attributes are assessed in that course.
The Concordia Institute of Aerospace Design and Innovation aims to become Canada’s preeminent provider of aerospace education and research. For more on the institute, take a look at our activites in aerospace, and meet Dr. Robert Fews, Aerospace Special Advisor, and Director of CIADI.